The Roseville City School District community of students, staff, parents, and guardians is growing! Your child spends so much of their time with us, learning, creating and growing every day. This requires enough resources to sustain their curiosity, desire to learn and provide the facilities needed to support all our students. Here is a snapshot of our District by the numbers:
These are the individual children we get to watch grow into remarkable young members of our community. Our growth in West Roseville has been astonishing. Fiddyment Farm now has 606 students, Junction has 751 and Chilton has 861. Orchard Ranch, our newest school, has grown from 479 students at the grand opening in 2017 to 721 today!
These rooms are worlds we create, engineer, protect and evolve in order to prepare our students for the outside world. Inside these rooms, students innovate, discover and transform into the best versions of themselves.
19 Schools and Counting
We are a community of 19 TK-8 grade schools, each with its own character, programs, and uniqueness. We have named our newest elementary school Riego Creek, located towards our western boundary, and it’s anticipated to begin construction within the next four years. Roseville actually has four school districts. Three of them serve TK-8 grade students (RCSD, Eureka and Dry Creek) and the high school district, Roseville Joint Union High School District, serves all of Roseville’s 9-12 grade students.
1,022,540 Square Feet
This is the amount of space we have developed into safe and caring learning environments throughout the District. We have added 8,100 square feet in the last year to support our exciting growth and sustain our ever-changing student population.
1,356,472 Lunches Served 2017-2018
Our Child Nutrition Department provides a variety of whole grain products, fruits and vegetables and low fat/low sugar options that our students can choose from to fuel their body and mind. Our kitchens make meals for a neighboring school district, which brings our lunch meal count to over one million served! In addition, we served nearly 275,00 breakfasts!
This is the ongoing, generous annual support we receive from Roseville City School District Foundation to enhance, expand and enrich the education of each child in the District through our districtwide elementary music program. Research shows music education helps students grow and learn in all other subjects.
Nine Professional Development Days
These are the opportunities for our educators to engage in their commitment to continued learning. From presentations by educational experts in literature and science to grade level and subject matter collaboration, our staff is dedicated to becoming the strongest resources of education for our students.
Roseville’s quality of life, high performing schools, and family-friendly environment are what contribute to our growing and flourishing District. As we continue growing, it is our promise to you that our students will always be put first. It is an exciting endeavor to grow our facilities, classrooms, and staff to accommodate the students who fill our halls with laughter, a desire to learn and the energy that inspires us to be our best each year. We are thankful to partner with our community and thank you for being our partners in education.