The first day of distance learning for the Roseville City School District is Monday, August 10th, 2020. We are looking forward to meeting our students, engaging them in meaningful learning, and creating a culture of care and support that will carry us through the school year.
All families will receive the following communications in the next two weeks:
Today, Governor Newsom mandated distance learning must take place for any county on the COVID-19 Monitoring List. As you recall, Placer County was added to this monitoring list on July 9th, 2020. Therefore, the Roseville City School District will put all of our efforts into starting the school year in a distance learning model.
Click here to watch the recording of the Roseville City School District Special Board Meeting for July 16th, 2020.
I wanted to share some recent local developments and how they may impact our plans for reopening schools next month.
Dear Roseville City School District Families,
At the June 29th Board meeting, the Roseville City School District Board of Education adopted a plan to reopen schools on August 6th, 2020. In response to the state and county guidance and feedback from the Roseville City School District families, the district will provide three RCSD school programs for the 2020-2021 school year.
The district will be offering the following three school programs:
I hope this communication finds you and your family well. I’d like to provide an update of the outcomes from our June 22, 2020, RCSD Board of Education meeting.
Plans for three separate educational programs for the 2020-2021 school year were presented to our board for consideration. Although operating three different programs in the same year will be a stretch, we want all families, students, and staff to feel safe and supported.