Roseville City School District


District staff has updated the RCSD Facilities Utilization Master Plan as of October 2017.  This master plan was created in order to establish basic planning and general project criteria for the long-term facilities needs of the District and is intended to guide the design and construction of District facilities in a way that best reflects the needs and aspirations of the community. This plan will be reviewed annually and updated, as necessary, to reflect the changing needs of the district, its employees and its students.

In February 2018, construction began on a new upper-grade wing at Stoneridge Elementary School, which will include dedicated space for one of the site’s signature programs, Project Lead The Way–a popular hands-on program for students that includes areas such as robotics and engineering.

The $2 million building is slated for completion in late spring and will be ready for students at the beginning of the 2018-19 school year.

RCSD Facilities Utilization Master Plan - November 2018