Thank you for your patience and collaboration as we transition for our classroom-based instruction to a continuous learning model. Our teachers and staff are working diligently to make the learning experiences engaging and meaningful for your children from April 14 – May 29, 2020.
California Education Code allows a school district to dispose of obsolete materials by 1) Donation to governing boards, libraries, public entities, non-profit charitable organizations or children/adults for the purpose of increasing literacy and/or 2) Sale to any organization that agrees to use the materials solely for educational purposes. The education code encourages districts to notify the public of the disposition.
Thank you for your trust and patience as we work together to navigate this ever-changing situation in our nation.
In order to provide the best continuous learning education if the schools are closed longer than April 14th, we will be checking out mobile device(s) to any TK-8th grade students who do not have access to a device at home for online learning opportunities, or if a family has multiple students having to share a single device.
Mental Health and Wellness
In this time of uncertainty and change, we continue to be mindful of all our students, their families, and our staff. Please remember that we have added Caresolace.com as a unique service that will allow everyone a way to reach out for mental health and wellness support. CareSolace is a care navigation and coordination system that makes it simple and easy for anyone in the RCSD community to get the right help in seconds.
These are unprecedented times. As a District, we are working through issues I’ve never experienced in my 24-year career in public education. I want to provide you with a few updates based on the information we have right now. The Roseville City School District Office and all schools will be closed from March 18 – April 13, 2020, in compliance with guidance from Placer County Health and the State of California. All essential employees (district management, principals, and teachers) are working remotely and available to assist you with questions or concerns via email.
Based on guidance from Placer County Public Health, Placer County Office of Education, and in consultation with our School Board Members, we are closing all RCSD schools effective Monday, March 16th due to increased risk of community spread of COVID-19. Additionally, all schools in Placer County will be closed during this time period.