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RAHS Black History Month Show 2021

Posted on February 26, 2021

The program was created by members of the RAHS Black Student Union. Click here to watch the 17 minute program on YouTube. 

School Board Selects Dr. Jennifer Loeck as Next Superintendent

Posted on February 25, 2021

After an inclusive process that involved input from staff, families, students and members of the community, the school board of Roseville Area Schools has selected Dr. Jennifer Loeck to be the district's next superintendent.

RAMS Town Hall Meeting

Posted on February 18, 2021

RAMS Families:

We are excited to welcome our students back to school on March 15th. We will be hosting a virtual Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, February 23rd from 6:00 to 7:00pm to inform you about what the return to school will look like. RAMS administrators will give information on how Blended Learning will work including safety procedures, expectations, and logistics. Please watch your email for the Zoom link the afternoon of Tues, Feb 23. We look forward to seeing you Tuesday at 6pm.

Thank you

John Cook

Principal, Roseville Area Middle School

RAMS Blended Learning Cohort Information

Posted on February 16, 2021

Thank you for your patience as we continue to plan for students returning to the building.  Students who chose in-person learning at Roseville Area Middle School starting the week of March 15 are split into 2 cohorts.  Students with the last name starting with A-L will attend on Mondays and Tuesdays.  Students with the last name starting with M-Z will attend on Wednesdays and Thursdays. On Fridays, all students will receive asynchronous instruction.

If you have questions in regards to your cohort, please contact your grade level counselor:

7th grade – Julie Gabos, JULIE.GABOS@isd623.org

8th grade – Todd Richter, TODD.RICHTER@isd623.org

Thank you for your support,

RAMS Administrative Team

John Cook, Principal

Joseph Bue, Grade 8 Associate Principal

Rebecca Sutten, Grade 7 Associate Principal

RAMS's Future City Team

Posted on February 8, 2021

This year’s Future City team has been hard at work. The Future City team builds a scale model of a city that could exist at least 100 years in the future. They have to think about all aspects of how a city functions and multiple areas of engineering. Then, they build a physical model of that city. This year’s team really rose to the challenge and built different segments of the model individually. Below is a video the team made about their city as a part of the competition. They are only allowed to have three people on video, but the several students collaborated to make this project come together.

Secondary Grades to Transition to Blended Learning in Third Trimester

Posted on January 29, 2021

As COVID-19 rates in our community have dropped significantly, we have been able to begin returning to in-person learning for our elementary students this week. After consultation with the state’s regional support team, we are pleased that we can transition students in our secondary grades to blended learning in Trimester 3.

RAMS Transition to Blended Learning Trimester 3

Posted on January 29, 2021

RAMS Families:

As Covid rates trend downward, we are excited to be making plans to welcome students to the building in a Blended Learning Model. In efforts to plan, we are asking that you let us know IF your family decision about having your child return to the building or remain in distance learning has changed from this fall.

RAMS PTA Scholastic Book Fair

Posted on January 13, 2021

We are hosting a virtual scholastic bookfair 1/11/2021-1/24/2021.

- Visit https://www.scholastic.com/bf/rams

- All book-only orders of at least $25 get free shipping

- RAMS receives 25% of all proceeds in scholastic dollars

Feel free to share the link with anyone you know or on social media!

A Message from Superintendent Sicoli on the Attack on the U.S. Capitol

Posted on January 8, 2021

Superintendent Sicoli sent a statement to staff and families about this week's insurgent attack on the U.S. Capitol during a joint session of Congress. The message, available below, includes resources for talking with young people about the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, racism, and ending white supremacy.

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