Roseville City School District Community Update Fall 2022
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This fall, we're thankful for our #RCSDChampions!

RCSD Helpful Web Links

  • View the 2022-2023 school year calendar here.
  • Visit the RCSD website here.
  • 2022-2023 student registration here 
  • Breakfast and lunch menus are here.

Important Dates to Remember

  • October 31 - November 1: No school; Teacher workday
  • November 11: No school; Veterans Day
  • November 21-25: No school; Fall break
Facilities Update
Our maintenance and facilities teams have been hard at work across the district working to make improvements and beautify school grounds! This month we’re spotlighting some improvements at our middle schools.

Here’s a before and after look at a flooring refresh at Buljan Middle School:
And here are a couple of snapshots of new HVAC units being installed at Eich Middle School!
WATCH: Progress on Westbrook Elementary
Check out this video for the latest developments on Westbrook Elementary, which will serve the fast-growing area of West Roseville. 

Located at 4510 Solaire Drive in Roseville, the school will serve up to 800 students at full enrollment and is scheduled to open to students in August 2023!
Welcome New Principals
We welcomed seven new principals to the District this year! When you see your new principal on campus, please give them a warm RCSD “hello.”
RCSD is Hiring!
Help us bring great people to RCSD! If you or someone you know might be interested in a position with the District, we are hiring for full-time, part-time, and substitute positions at many school sites. 

To view openings, click here
Superintendent's Corner

I’ve always loved watching our school district operate similar to a little city within a city. Each and every one of us--staff, admin, students, educators, volunteers, and families-- plays an important role in our district. Like cogs in a clock, we all work best when we’re working together and given the tools to do the job. So it’s important to me that everyone receives the support and resources they deserve so they can do and feel their best.
For our staff and educators, Roseville City School District (RCSD) is committed to providing quality professional development (PD) to nurture those needs. This ensures that our educators are well prepared to meet the instructional needs of all students in our district. PD is offered in various ways throughout the year. You may already know about the four non-student days that allow us to gather for PD, but did you know that we also have grade level and department cycle days? We make it a priority to offer after-school learning opportunities too. 
Our PD is driven largely by the Professional Development Advisory Committee (PDAC), a team of teachers and administrators, who help to recommend focus areas of our Professional Development Plan. This allows us to continue supporting the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of all RCSD students. Thank you for your invaluable insight and recommendations, PDAC!
As of this school year, RCSD is a city within a city of 11,560 students - and counting. That is 11,560 different sets of needs, skills, challenges, and opportunities. This is why we double down on the investment in our staff. They are unique, devoted, skilled, and competent in serving our students with true compassion and care. At RCSD, your students are in good hands and we relish that honor. Thank you, families and students, for being part of the city within a city that puts children at the center of it all.


Derk Garcia

Find & Follow! 
Each school has dedicated social media pages where they post updates, school events, and messages from the principal. You can find each school at RCSD "School Name" for example "RCSD Brown." 
You can also follow the District on Facebook here, Instagram here, and Twitter here.

We often use the hashtag #RCSDChampions so follow us that way too!

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1050 Main St., Roseville, CA 95678


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