Roseville City School District

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 250 Trestle Road, Roseville, CA 95678
 (916) 771-1710 
 Principal - Pam Kissick

 Administrative Secretary:  Deanna Scacco

 Secretary:  Sharon Aguilera

Welcome to Vencil Brown Elementary School’s

Home Page, Home of the “Grizzlies"


Vencil Brown Elementary School opened to Kindergarten through 6th grade students in the Fall of 1996. It now serves students in grades Transitional Kindergarten to grade 5, serving over 425 Roseville students.  The school is named after Mr. Vencil Brown, a long time teacher and community activist in Roseville. Brown is one of seventeen schools in the Roseville City School District.

Staff members at Brown pride themselves on providing a child-centered environment in which the unique skills, talents, and needs of each student are recognized. The curriculum is academically challenging and includes a strong emphasis on community building and development of personal responsibility. Collaboration between school and home is ongoing. 

It is our commitment here at Brown to establish and maintain effective communication between home and school.  To this end, we will continue to make available our student handbook, weekly folders, class newsletters and will respond to e-mails and telephone calls in a timely manner.  Please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or me if you have any questions or concerns regarding school.  With your active involvement and participation, we ensure that our students will experience both academic excellence and social growth.


Pam Kissick




California Business for Education Excellence Honor Roll


Schools making up the California Business for Education Excellence Foundation’s Honor Roll consistently raise academic achievement and make significant progress toward closing achievement gaps for all students. These schools are recognized not only for their achievements, but so that other schools can learn their successful strategies or “best practices.”

“Star Schools” are those with significant populations of socioeconomically disadvantaged students that have shown a significant increase in grade-level proficiency and achievement gap reduction over four years. “Scholar Schools” are schools that are showing significant academic achievement levels, but do not have a significant socio-economically disadvantaged student population.