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Roseville Community Schools are 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.

 

Experienced Professionals

Roseville Schools staff members are all well-trained professionals who excel in their field. Members serve as advisers as well as coaches to ensure your child's educational success.

 

Opportunities for Students

Roseville offers many opportunities for students to make a positive impact on their school. Extra-curricular activities are one of those opportunities. Students can participant in an activity they enjoy, where they can interact with others, and work to develop their talents and passions.

 

Technology

Technology allows students to become more creative and connected. Our network infrastructure has been updated allowing our students to develop their digital citizenship skills.

 

Buildings

We take pride in providing a safe and secure environment for every student. All schools have been renovated to provide secured entrances and increased safety.

Important Information

First day of school September 3, 2019

Kindergarten Registration

Roseville Community schools offers a full-day kindergarten program in all of our elementary schools.  To be eligible to an attend kindergarten, a child must be five-years-old by September 1, 2019. If the student receives Special Education services please call 586-445-5675 before enrolling. Elementary buildings will be open on August 19, 2019. You can enroll during the hours of 9:00-11:00 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m. Summer enrollment is available at the Administration Building between the hours of 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The building is closed for lunch from 11:30 to 12:30.

 

 Required for Enrollment

  • Certified Birth Certificate
  • Completed Immunization Record (DTP, POLIO, MMR, HEP-B, MENINGOCOCCAL and VARICELLA)
  • Proof of Residency -- three of the following:  closing documents, rental/lease agreement, property tax statement, current electrical bill, gas bill or phone bill, driver's license or state ID, voter registration or affidavit in residency
  • Physical Form (Kindergarten only - can be submitted later, but before the 1st day of school)
  • Vision Screening (Kindergarten only - can be submitted later, but before the 1st day of school)
  • Unofficial transcript (high school students only)
  • Most Recent Report Card (high school students only)
  • Withdrawal Form (for high school students entering after school year begins)

 

Elementary School Registration Grades 1 - 5

New students entering grades 1 - 5 can register at their home school. Elementary buildings will be open on August 19, 2019. You can enroll during the hours of 9:00-11:00 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m. Summer enrollment is available at the Administration Building between the hours of 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The building is closed for lunch from 11:30 to 12:30.  If the student receives Special Education services please call 586-445-5675 before enrolling. They, too, must provide:

 

  • Certified Birth Certificate
  • Completed Immunization Record (DTP, POLIO, MMR, HEP-B, MENINGOCOCCAL and VARICELLA)
  • Proof of Residency -- three of the following:  closing documents, rental/lease agreement, property tax statement, current electrical bill, gas bill or phone bill, driver's license or state ID, voter registration or affidavit in residency

Middle School Registration Grades 6 - 8

New students entering grades 6-8 can register at their home school during the summer on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. If the student receives Special Education services please call 586-445-5675 before enrolling. Parents must provide:

 

 

  • Certified Birth Certificate
  • Completed Immunization Record (DTP, POLIO, MMR, HEP-B, MENINGOCOCCAL and VARICELLA)
  • Proof of Residency -- three of the following:  closing documents, rental/lease agreement, property tax statement, current electrical bill, gas bill or phone bill, driver's license or state ID, voter registration or affidavit in residency
  • Current Report Card

 

High School Registration Grades 9 - 12

New students entering grades 9-12 can register at the Roseville High School. Please call (586) 445-5553 first.  If the student receives Special Education services please call 586-445-5675 before enrolling. Parents must provide:

 

  • Certified Birth Certificate
  • Completed Immunization Record (DTP, POLIO, MMR, HEP-B, MENINGOCOCCAL and VARICELLA)
  • Proof of Residency -- three of the following:  closing documents, rental/lease agreement, property tax statement, current electrical bill, gas bill or phone bill, driver's license or state ID, voter registration or affidavit in residency
  • Unofficial transcript
  • Most Recent Report Card
  • Withdrawal Form (for high school students entering after school year begins)

 

More Information

Spring M-STEP State Assessment

Available now on the M-STEP (www.michigan.gov/mstep) and MME (www.michigan.gov/mme) web pages under the What’s New and Parent/Student Information sections:

Parent letter from State Superintendent Brian Whiston including opt out information.

Note: Remember, while we support parents in making educational choices for their children, there is no allowable opt out provided in state or federal law. Students who are not assessed will count against their schools’ participation rate, which will influence how the district’s success is reported in Michigan’s Accountability Scorecard.

Michigan’s State Assessment System: What it is, What it Means – And What it Offers

This popular one-page handout has been updated.

• State Assessment in Michigan What It Is, What It Means, What It Offers Presentation This presentation has been updated and offers parents, staff, local board members, and the community an easy-to-understand presentation on state assessments in Michigan.

Student Testing: What Parents Can Do to Help Students Prepare

This NEW resource helps put state assessment into perspective and provides practical tips on how families can ease students’ anxieties and foster success. (Spanish and Arabic translations coming soon.)

M-STEP: What can students expect? Video

This video provides an overview of what students can expect, including types of questions included in the M-STEP assessment administered in grades 3-8 and 11.

Also available on the MI-Access web page (www.michigan.gov/mi-access):

Parent Guide to MI-Access for parents of students taking Michigan’s alternate assessment.

In-depth Assessment Information

2016-2017 Guide to State Assessments– In depth information on state assessments.

Career Cruising

The career cruising website is designed to help you look for college information and scholarship availability. Choose create EDP from the log in on the left side of the page. From here, you can set up a personal account to save any information that you input.

Did You Know...
We have a new Athletics web page, www.rcs.misd.net/athletics? Find high school and middle school sports information including schedules with locations and pick-up times.

 

School building newsletters can be found on the school's web page.

Curriculum Resources

 

Educational Tools

 

College Explorer Tool
See where Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) interim assessment scores can take your students with our unique College Explorer tool. This tool links to MAP scores for students in grades 5-9 to colleges and universities based on the median ACT scores of students who were admitted and enrolled in those institutions.

 

Oldest Kids In Class Do Better, Even Through College

Starting kindergarten later could boost kids' grades and improve their odds of attending a top college. Being the youngest kid in class can hurt their academic performance.

Affordable Internet Options

 

Affordable Internet Options

AT&T, is now offering high-speed Internet service to low-income Americans for just $5 per month. If you meet the eligibility standards and you live in an area served by AT&T, you can now get high-speed Internet service for a mere $5 per month.

 

The plan is called Access from AT&T. Read more about AT&T's Access program.

 

Comcast's Internet Essentials program is designed to address three major barriers to broadband adoption – digital literacy, access to computer equipment, and affordable Internet service. Since their program’s launch in 2011 with its $9.95 a month cost, Internet Essentials has expended to reaching nearly 5 million people through their national and local nonprofit community partners. The company has welcomed more than 9 million visitors to the Internet Essentials English and Spanish websites, and its Online Learning Center; and sold more than 65,000 subsidized computers at less than $150 each to make computer access more affordable. Read more about Internet Essentials.

 

Free WiFi

The Roseville Public Library now offers free wireless “WiFi” access to the Internet for properly equipped laptops and hand-held computers during normal library business hours.

 

When you use wireless Internet in the library, you must adhere to the Computer Resources Use Policy. Please take the time to read their wireless policy.

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Shoparoo Donates to School

Hey Parents! Did you know that you can earn money and school supplies for your school just by doing your normal, every day shopping? It's easy! Just download the Shoparoo app for your phone, shop for any product at any store, take a picture of your receipts, and then Shoparoo donates to the school of your choosing! Fountain Elementary already earned $1,000 in Crayola supplies this year! Download the app to your phone, or visitShoparoo.com for more info!

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