Ah, summer’s in the air and our students are enjoying time off from school with their families. While our #RCSDChampions are spending the summer recuperating from another school year on their educational journey, the Roseville City School District keeps hustlin’ and bustlin’!
Each summer, RCSD offers a free summer meal program to ensure all children 18 and under receive a nutritious meal they can count on. The program, sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture, runs June 10 through July 26 at six schools to ensure that children throughout Roseville have access to a safe, supervised environment in which to enjoy their meal. The best part is there is no registration required! For times and locations, keep an eye on https://www.rcsdk8.org/nutrition-services
Many families move into our community in the summer months, growing RCSD enrollment numbers and prompting the District to pool our resources to provide for the needs of our students. This means you’ll be seeing and hearing some construction west of Fiddyment this summer as we expedite the building of our 20th school, Riego Creek Elementary. More families mean more students which means the need for more facilities! We are thankful to be a strong district that is able to provide for our RCSD family. Stay tuned for updates!
Not only do we welcome new families into our community each year, but this summer the District is welcoming two new principals and four new assistant principals, along with many new teachers, aides and support staff. Each of these staff members pledges to uphold our District culture of The 4 C’s, demonstrating character, competence, commitment and care for our students.
As always, summer moves too fast, but we look forward to seeing how much your students have grown, learned and developed while they’ve been on break. And we can’t wait to show you how hard we’ve been working all summer long! Remember to mark your calendars for the first day of school on August 8, 2019. We’ll meet you at the front gates!