✔ Your student is NEW to RCSD and is starting in
✔ Your student is NOT currently enrolled at RCSD.
✔ Your student has attended RCSD in the past, but is NOT currently enrolled.
✔ Your student has NEVER attended a school at RCSD.
✔ Your student is currently enrolled in the Roseville City
School District (RCSD).
✔ You registered online last school year.
✔ Or, you have a letter from your school with your child’s temporary access codes.
It is the desire of the Board of Education to provide the best possible educational program to meet the needs of all students attending our schools. We all have a responsibility to see that those needs are met through quality instruction for students of all abilities. The basic educational program has been, and will continue to be, stressed in the formation of the district’s policies, programs, and projects. It is the responsibility of the administrators, teachers, and classified staff to make those policies a reality.
As I write this article with two weeks left in the school year, we are living in a time that will look much different from when you’re reading it. What will school look like next year, based on future guidelines from the State of California? Are we moving closer to transitioning into Phase 3? What does our District budget look like in the year ahead? Have our children gone stir crazy-(er)? Our District doesn’t pretend to have all the answers, but here’s what we do know:
Welcome to the Roseville City School District Educational Services Department. We are committed to ensuring students have access to engaging and rigorous instruction and curriculum.
Our department oversees instructional programs and support services for students. Our team is committed to providing high-level professional development for staff.
Please visit the resource links for our Roseville City School District instructional leaders and Roseville community.
If you ever have any questions please reach out.
It is the intention of the Special Education Department to support the district’s mission and goals for all students generally, and on behalf of those students who are individuals with exceptional needs, specifically. We believe that individuals with exceptional needs should be educated to the maximum extent possible in accordance with their individual capabilities and in a manner that enables them to strive to their fullest potential.
The Food Service Department of the Roseville City School District serves students in both the Roseville City and Dry Creek School Districts. The goal of the department is to offer a wide variety of tasty, nutritious meals to students at a reasonable price. This is done in a clean, safe environment by caring, well-trained staff.
Welcome to the Roseville City School District Personnel Services Department. Our mission is to provide the best educational environment for our students by attracting the most qualified candidates for all positions in the district, making them feel welcome and providing them with the support possible to help them succeed.
Welcome to the Roseville School District Purchasing Services Department!
Our mission is to effectively meet the educational needs of our students and community by providing District-wide support to our schools and employees. Procurement policies and procedures are established so that California law and best practices are followed in order to:
The Local Control and Accountability Plan is a critical part of California’s Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Our district-level plan will continue to be updated annually. We will continue to engage our stakeholder groups as we improve and continue to develop strong foundational actions to ensure success for all children. Below is a copy of the draft LCAP for the 2019-2020 school year.