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October 18
RHS Homecoming

October 20
Board of Education Meeting
7:00 PM @ Administration Building

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students Since 1924, Roseville Community Schools has been committed to developing lifelong learners prepared to meet the challenges of the future. With highly qualified teachers and dedicated support staff, we are providing comprehensive educational services to over 5000 students from preschool through grade 12. The district focus on improving student achievement, expanding community involvement and promoting school safety makes Roseville Community schools the right choice for your children and their future. If you are not already a member of our RCS family, we invite you to visit our schools and learn about the exciting things happening here. Building principals will be happy to schedule a tour of their excellent, updated facilities. We look forward to working with you to ensure that your children have the best educational experience possible.

Community Reaches Out For Early Year Donations

students with backpacksRoseville Community Schools were the beneficiaries of many early year donations for students and families. We are so grateful to all of the generous contributions provided to us by so many community members and local organizations, helping to get our school year off to a great start.

  • At Kment Elementary School, 5th grade teacher Lisa DeFelice was chosen by the Agents of Hope Organization as the winner of their 2014 Back-To-School campaign.  Agents of Hope partnered with IT Operations Company Secure-24 to donate breakfast and school supplies to every 5th grade student in the school.

  • Representatives from AT&T presented Patton Elementary School with 50 backpacks filled with school supplies.    State Representative Harold Haugh and City of Roseville Mayor John Chirkun were on hand to help pass out the backpacks to students.  

  • At Huron Park Elementary, the Macomb Women for Kids Organization teamed up with Staples to donate backpacks full of school supplies to every student in the school. 

  • National Insurance Services donated over 2,800 jars of peanut butter to the district, which will be passed out to needy Roseville families throughout the year, as well as through our partnership with Gleaners Mobile Food Pantry. 

  • Fountain Elementary School students were the beneficiaries of a school supply donation drive held by the Macomb Mall. 

  • Kaiser Elementary received donations from a school supply drive held by the Frazho and Gratiot Kroger. 

  • The Utica Rd. Family Video donated various school supplies to Steenland Elementary School.


Roseville HIgh School Panther Prowl Now Available On-Line

It's a digital age, and the RHS Panther Prowl is changing! In addition to the printed copies that go out to the students, the Panther Prowl is now available online for all to view! The Panther Prowl online will also be expanding very soon to be updated on a weekly basis, similar to with you'd see on the Free Press or Macomb Daily websites! Click here to view this year's first issue here.

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School Of Choice

School of Choice applications will be accepted beginning November 17 through December 5, 2014. Applications are available at the Administration Building located at 18975 Church Street. For more information please call (586) 445-5510.