Roseville City School District

Superintendent’s Message
September, 2019


One hundred and fifty. 150. Sesquicentennial. No matter how you say it, it’s what we are celebrating during the 2019-2020 school year!

For 150 years, Roseville City School District has been inspiring and educating the youngest minds in Roseville. RCSD began modestly in 1869 with 44 students. In the last 150 years, we have grown to an impressive 11,500+ students. From the Gilded Age to the Information Age, our commitment and focus has always been child-centered. Throughout the year, we will be celebrating where we were and where we’re going. We invite you, the members of the community, to join us in this yearlong recognition as we honor the heritage and achievements of our alumni, staff, and students. Please share your ideas, photos, and stories with us at and remember to tag your photos and posts online with #RCSD150 to help spread celebratory cheer.

As Roseville continues to become a destination for young families, our enrollment continues to climb. Welcoming these new families and students means the construction of new schools like Riego Creek Elementary in Phase II of the Fiddyment Ranch neighborhood. While the District coordinates all the moving parts associated with our growth and new school openings, it’s essential that we keep parents and guardians informed. With growth and new schools, comes the need to adjust the attendance boundaries of Orchard Ranch Elementary School and Fiddyment Farm Elementary School for the 2020-2021 school year. We invite impacted families to our Boundary Information Nights to learn more.

Join us Monday, September 16 at 6 PM at Orchard Ranch or Monday, September 23 at 6 PM at Fiddyment Farm to learn more about the attendance boundary changes and Riego Creek Elementary School. We’ll also make the information available on our website: I look forward to seeing you soon!


Derk Garcia