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Dort Elementary School
16225 Dort

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5750

Fountain Elementary School

16850 Wellington

Roseville, MI  48066

(586) 445-5765

Huron Park Elementary School
18530 Marquette

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5780

Kaiser Elementary School
16700 Wildwood

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5785


Kment  Elementary School
20033 Washington

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5756


Patton Elementary School
18851 McKinnon

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5795

Steenland Elementary School
16335 Chestnut

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5745

Eastland Middle School
18700 Frank

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5700

Roseville Middle School
16250 Martin

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5600

Roseville High School
17855 Common

Roseville, MI 48066

(586) 445-5540

Roseville Schools Work to Increase Reading Levels

In an effort to boost reading achievement, Michigan lawmakers passed Public Act 306 in October 2016. To help more students be proficient by the end of 3rd grade, the law requires extra support for K-3 students who are not reading at grade level. The law also states that a child may be retained in 3rd grade if they are one or more grade levels behind in reading at the end of 3rd grade.


Starting in the 2019-20 school year, third-graders will not advance unless their state reading score is less than a grade level behind, they show proficiency through an alternative assessment or they demonstrate mastery through work samples.


The Roseville Community School district has been very responsive to the new third grade reading legislation. Roseville will continue to use both screening and diagnostic assessments three times a year, as well as collaboration between Early Literacy Specialists and the teacher to determine if a student may need additional assistance in reading.


Once determined, the district will notify parents of the implementation of an individualized reading improvement plan and activities that they may do at home to support their child’s efforts. Reading Interventions will be used throughout the school year in order to sustain improvement for our students. Our goal is to work in partnership with parents and family to increase reading levels and build future success for all students.


Read more about the new 3rd Grade Reading Law and what you can do to support your child.

Career and Technical Education students have the opportunity to acquire skills that prepare them for successful career entry. These skills are transferable as well as job specific.


Roseville Community Schools is dedicated to the success of all our students. Career and Technical Education teachers are actively working with other teachers and administrators to align standards and develop strategies that will support interaction in the core area of math, English, science and social studies.


Roseville Community Schools is committed to providing your child with an exceptional learning experience. Our dedicated qualified and caring staff are focused on providing high levels of student achievement. Our newly renovated school buildings provide an innovative learning environment.

Did You Know..


Our building and district calendars have been updated with data that parents asked for.


The recent Parent Communications survey found that 88% of parents use the district website for event information, but that you would like more information about the event. We heard you. Event times, locations and even cost information has been added.


You can view district events on the main page of the website. Individual building calendars are viewable on your school building page. Sports calendars and district events are on the calendars page, along with all the building calendars.


If you click or touch an event, an additional window will pop up with more information. If you click "more details"  you will be able to access an event flier with even more information.


Thank you for taking the time to let us know how we can help you.


February 5

Board of Education Meeting


February 9

Late start all schools


February 15

Half day


February 16-19

Mid-Winter Break


February 23

Late start middle & high school


February 24

Roseville Scholarship Foundation

Dinner Dance

Bond Information

Roseville Community Schools will be going for a bond in May of 2018.  This bond will primarily be to upgrade the district's aging technology, purchase new school buses, and upgrade the athletic field at RHS.  We are in the planning stages currently, compiling information that needs to be submitted to Lansing by December. Read more about the bond proposal.

Roseville Community Schools

18975 Church Street
Roseville, MI  48066


Student working with CTE Teacher.
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Student working with CTE Teacher.
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