Roseville Community Schools is an educational institution with high expectations for academics, lifelong learning and the use of technology. Our learning community provides a safe and positive environment that promotes diversity and respect for all members of society.
We expect every Roseville Community Schools student to leave with the knowledge, self confidence and work ethic to meet the challenges of the future.
Changes To The 2014-2015 Schedule
It has been necessary to revise some dates in the 2014/2015 school calendar in order to accommodate the new schedule for state wide testing. Listed below are the changes that have been made in student attendance days since the calendar was distributed earlier this year.
- Monday, February 9, 2015
- Late start for all schools
- Full day of school for all students K-12
- Friday, March 13, 2015
- No school for elementary and middle school students; end of second trimester K-8
- Friday, March 20, 2015
- No school in the afternoon for elementary students K-5; parent conferences.
- Full day of school for middle school students 6-8
No school for high school students 9-12; end of second trimester for 9-12
Building calendars can be found on the school website pages.
Kindergarten Information And Registration Night March 5th
Kindergarten Information and Registration Night will be March 5th from 6:30-8:00 PM at all Roseville elementary schools. Registration is open to all Roseville and Macomb County residents. To enroll, please bring an original birth certificate, shot record, three proofs of residency and photo ID of parent or legal guardian.
Please click here for information explaining the recent legislation changes regarding entry ages for kindergarten students.
Roseville High School Introduces Microsoft IT Academy
Roseville Community Schools is proud to announce the integration of a Microsoft IT Academy at Roseville High School, allowing students the opportunity to earn Microsoft certifications in many of their business courses. The Microsoft IT Academy connects students, teachers, employers and local communities through the development of leading edge technology skills. The program was designed to bridge the gap between education and the real-world by empowering students with the IT skills they’ll need for college and for a career in today’s technology centered job market.
Roseville High School has offered Microsoft courses in Excel, Access, Word, Publisher and Powerpoint for many years, but this will be the first time that students will be able to test for Microsoft Certifications at the completion of these courses. Roseville High School teacher Jeff Verkeyn teaches the Microsoft Offices Specialist classes, and says that these certifications are important to help students develop a technological edge in the work world. "Just saying you know how to use a program is one thing, but to say that you have a Microsoft Certification puts you one step ahead," said Verkeyn.
The program also assists educators by providing the professional development resources they need to be successful in the classroom. Our teachers will have unlimited access to more than 400 courses aligning with the program, digital access to over 600 technology books, as well as demos, videos and customizable lessons plans. This program is free of charge to the district, and will be integrated into the high school beginning in the third trimester.
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