Roseville City School District

Superintendent’s Message
September 2021


Fast fact: Did you know that Roseville’s population has grown more than 23% since
2010? That means Roseville City School District is growing too! With 11,300 students
across 20 school sites (and one Virtual Academy), our District continues to expand,
welcoming new students, families and staff. This school year, we have welcomed 65
new teachers, three new principals, an executive director of communications, directors
of educational services, a program specialist and additional counselors at each middle
school. What this means for our students is expanded programs and supports along with
smaller class sizes.

What this means for our community is jobs added to our local economy. We are
currently hiring bus drivers, instructional aides and substitute teachers, both classified
and certificated. Some of these roles are the perfect fit for candidates looking for
flexibility in their schedule, particularly for parents who want their work hours to fall within
their child’s school schedule. If this sounds like you or someone you know, send them to for a full list of our 30+ available positions. We love watching our
RCSD Champions family grow!

Growth, in all forms, makes us proud at RCSD, which is why we can’t wait to watch our
students’ growth this year! Outside of the traditional classroom curriculum lies
enrichment that can be found in our programs such as Project Lead The Way (PLTW),
Career Technical Education (CTE), World Language and the Elementary Music Program.
PLTW introduces students to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
concepts and allows them to grow with confidence and interest in these areas. The
program allows them to be problem solvers and employ critical thinking.

CTE courses are offered at each of the four RCSD Middle School sites. These courses
teach our students to think critically with applied math and science, develop
problem-solving skills and hone the technical proficiency required of college students
and employees in a competitive, global economy. World Language and the
Elementary Music Program expose students to culture, linguistics and a rich
engagement in music that enhances their education in other areas.

We hope that this school year finds you and your students poised for growth
academically, socially and physically. We look forward to watching them soar!


Derk Garcia, Superintendent