Superintendent

Roseville City School District
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Superintendent’s Message
November, 2018

As we “fall” into a new school year routine and a new season, I am feeling extra thankful to lead a school district full of eager and ready-to-be challenged students and staff. What more could I ask for?

Our families, staff and school board members create a community of schools, making each day a valuable opportunity for our more than 11,000 students to shine. This fall, while I give thanks to the familiar faces I get to work alongside every day, I am pleased to welcome two new school board members who will join our hard-working and dedicated team of RCSD Champions.

The Roseville City School District Board of Education ensures our district policies, goals and programs are maximized for each and every one of our students. It is their dedication to this mission that helps to form the foundation of what we are all thankful for: an inclusive, safe and caring educational environment for our community’s children.

Together with Board President Alisa Fong, Clerk Julie Constant and board member Gary Miller, we welcome two new board members: Rob Baquera and Valerie Gross. They each ran unopposed in and will be sworn into office on December 13, 2018, at 6 pm at 1050 Main Street, Roseville. CA. The public is invited to attend.

Rob joins the board after serving as a Roseville City School District Foundation board member. Rob supports a strong emphasis on leadership development throughout our district which fosters a common goal of success.

Valerie served three years as the Stoneridge PTC president, developing the leadership and experience to be a successful school board member. Valerie supports educational philosophies that put our children first, preparing them to be 21st-century citizens with programs such as STEAM and Eich’s IB.

Our school board consists of five tireless individuals with who devote themselves to making our District’s students a top priority. Thanks to their efforts, we can continue a longstanding tradition of developing and delivering unique educational programs to every child.

When it comes to your child’s education, what are you most thankful for? Drop me a line, I’d love to know. dgarcia@rcsdk8.org

Your partner in education,

Derk Garcia
Superintendent
Roseville City School District

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Superintendent’s Message
October, 2018

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:

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Superintendent’s Message
September, 2018

Roseville has been a growing community since its incorporation in 1909. Did you know that 100 years ago, the city’s population hovered around 4,000 residents? With the city’s daytime population now around 135, 000, our school district is serving more than 11,000 TK-8th grade students in 19 schools. That’s the highest enrollment we’ve experienced to date!

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Superintendent’s Message
August, 2018

The Board of Education and I would like to welcome you to the Roseville City School District and the 2018-19 school year.  More than 11,000 TK – 8th-grade children arrive every day ready to learn in one of our nineteen safe and caring schools.  Teachers and classified staff work diligently to provide meaningful learning opportunities for every child, while engaged parents are active in their school communities.  All indicators are pointing in positive directions for Roseville City.