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ECSE and Elementary Families: Please Register for Either Blended Learning or the Roseville Area Schools Distance Learning Academy by Friday

At the September 22 school board meeting, the district will present a tentative plan for a staged transition from distance learning to blended learning. This plan assumes favorable conditions  such as a decrease or sustained low-levels of positive COVID-19 cases in Ramsey County, and an absence of other unforeseen negative circumstances. If conditions are favorable, we could begin transitioning students in ECSE, pre-K, kindergarten and first grade as soon as October 12, second and third grade as soon as October 26, and fourth through sixth grade on November 9. Under this plan, students in secondary grades would transition on the first day of the second trimester, December 7. 
We are asking families with students in Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) and kindergarten through grade six to inform us this week—through this survey tool—if they want their students to transition to blended learning at their currently enrolled elementary school, or if they prefer to enter the Distance Learning Academy and continue learning from home. Families with students in ECSE and kindergarten through grade six need to complete this registration by Friday, September 18. Dates for registering students in grades seven through 12 for a learning option will be announced soon.
En español: Les solicitamos a las familias con estudiantes de Educación Especial para la Primera Infancia (ECSE, por sus siglas en inglés) y kindergarten hasta sexto grado que nos informen—mediante esta encuesta—si desean la transición de sus estudiantes a la educación mixta en la escuela primaria en la que están inscriptos actualmente o si prefieren el ingreso a la Escuela de Educación a Distancia y que continúen con el aprendizaje desde el hogar. Complete antes del viernes 18 de septiembre, por favor.
We know that in order to make this decision, you will need more information about what school will look like in the blended scenario, and in the Distance Learning Academy. The registration survey contains a great deal of information about the two models, as do the following documents:
Please review the information, and complete our registration survey at:

No-Cost Meals for All Students Ages 18 and Under

Five days' worth of breakfast, lunch and snacks can be picked up at the following sites at no cost to families (through December 31). Children do not have to be present. Just pull up, let us know how many children ages 18 and under are in your household, and let us know if you need milk.
It's that easy!
  • Monday – Friday, 10 – 11 a.m. - Roseville Area High School AND Roseville Area Middle School
  • Tuesdays, 4 – 6 p.m. - Edgerton 
  • Wednesdays, 10 – 11 a.m. - Little Canada 
  • Thursdays, 4 – 6 p.m. - Brimhall 
  • Fridays, 10 – 11 a.m. - Parkview Center
Home Delivery (Beginning September 8)
We encourage all families to use our pick up sites. If you are unable to pick up, please complete the Home Meal Delivery Survey to request home-delivered meals for your students during distance learning. Meals will be delivered once a week.
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