Roseville City School District

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1040 Main Street
Roseville, CA 95678-2067
Ph: (916) 771-1790 Fx: (916) 782-4090
Principal: Marc Welty
Administrative Secretary: Debbie Provins
Secretary: Chris Bigon 
 

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Welcome Kaseberg Hawks!

Updated December 11, 2017

 
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Now through December 13th: Toy Drive - Chips for Kids
                                                       (see flyer below)
 
  
Friday, December 15th:  Zumba! MPR from 8:15am - 8:35am
                           (See Flyer Below for 2018 dates!)
 
 
 
Friday, December 15th:  ELAC Meeting at 9:00am
 
 
 
Friday, December 22nd: Early Dismissal ~ all students released at 1:40pm
 
 
WINTER BREAK:  
No School Monday, December 25th through Friday, January 5th
Staff Development Day on Monday, January 8th.
Students return from Winter Break on Tuesday, January 9th
 
 
 
 
 
Zumba at Kaseberg: 
Held in our MPR from 8:15am - 8:35am on two Fridays a Month: September 8th & 22nd, October 6th & 20th, November 3rd & 17th and December 1st & 15th - WATCH FOR 2018 DATES SOON!
 
 
2018 GATE Identification: The 2018-2019 school year GATE identification test will be administered at the District Office for students currently in 2nd – 7th  grade.  The students will take the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test, OLSAT, that tests abstract thinking and reasoning ability.  Students must attend one of the testing dates on the OLSAT Parent Permission Form in order to complete the testing by the district. The Parent Permission Forms will be made available on November 13, 2017 on our district website @ www.rcsdk8.org under the “Parent” tab. All forms must be returned to the District Office by January 5, 2018 if you would like your student tested. There are no exceptions as materials are ordered based on the number of returned forms.  Make sure you check the district website under the “Parents” tab for more information regarding GATE services and testing.

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Music Program:  Every student Kindergarten through 5th grade will receive a half-hour of  music education each week from a credentialed music teacher.  The program will include instruction in the elements of music, such as rhythm, melody, harmony etc. following the California Music Content Standards. Additionally each site will have a before or after school performance ensemble group for upper grade students, beginning later in the year. This could be a choir or an instrumental group. 
 
 
2017-2018 School Calendar - see below 
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                                           Every week...   

    Wednesdays are College Wear Wednesdays and Walk to School Wednesdays!

    Fridays are Spirit Wear Days (wear RED or Kaseberg Spirit Wear-including your Angry Bird Shirt

 

 


 

 

   REMEMBER: Every Monday is a minimum day for the entire school:  8:40-1:40

    Thank you for arranging  for prompt pick up as teachers are mandated to go

    directly into PLC meetings.   

 

 School Hours:

In order to maintain the mandated instructional minutes, recess times have been shortened for the next school year.  Thank you for noting the new dismissal time.

SCHOOL HOURS for 1st-5th Grades: 8:40-2:50 (Tuesday-Friday), 8:40-1:40 (PLC Mondays)

SCHOOL HOURS  Kindergarten Classes: 8:40-1:39 (Tuesday-Friday), 8:40-1:40 (PLC Mondays)

PLEASE NOTE: November Conference Week has a very different minimum day schedule.  

Kinder ends at 12:27pm.  1st-5th end at 12:37pm.

Please note that all Mondays are Minimum Days due to district mandated PLC meetings.  Grades 1st-5th will attend 8:40-1:40 and ALL kindergartners.

We appreciate you making appropriate arrangements for your children to be promptly picked up on Mondays.

Link to Safe Routes from your home to Kaseberg

Click Here if you would like to view your teacher’s website or..,

                Please look in the box in the upper right-hand corner and click on: Staff

                Then click on your teacher’s name

 

Kaseberg Elementary School serves approximately 320 students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Our staff, community and students work together to encourage enthusiasm for learning, high achievement, integrity and self-esteem. The curriculum is academically challenging and includes a strong emphasis on respect, cooperation and responsibility.