COVID-19 Information & Resources

This page will be serve as a place for all updates on COVID-19 and how it will affect the Roseville Community Schools community, including district updates, links to online learning, resources for families, etc.  Information is constantly changing, so check here for updates.

 

Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan

 

COVID-19 PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

 

UPDATE LETTERS FROM THE DISTRICT:

Superintendent Blaszkowski Update Letter (5/1/2020)

Superintendent Blaszkowski Update Letter (4/24/2020)

Superintendent Blaszkowski Update Letter (4/17/2020)

Superintendent Blaszkowski Update Letter (4/9/2020)

Emergency Child Care Letter (3/24/2020)

Emergency Food Distribution Letter (3/20/2020)

Superintendent Blaszkowski Update Letter (3/12/2020, 3/13/2020 & 3/16/2020)

 

LAPTOP AND IPAD DISTRIBUTION:

Any families/students who haven't received their 1:1 learning device yet, laptop and iPad device pickup is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at the Administration Building from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

You can download and fill out the signing pages at home for quicker service, or they will be available at the building. The paperwork can be found here: Connecting for Success Booklet

 

STUDENT LEARNING RESOURCES

Our page of resources for parents and students to access while the schools are closed, including online learning links, printable packets, and other resources.

 

MENTAL HEALTH & FAMILY OUTREACH RESOURCES

Mental Health Support for Students (Letter from Superintendent Blaszkowski 05-07-20)

With the closure of public schools in Michigan, the Roseville Community School District wants to ensure that all students still have access to mental health and family resource services during this stressful time in our community.  

 

FOOD DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION:

Each Tuesday and Thursday, the district will be distributing food at Eastland Middle School and through bus drop off locations for those who cannot get to the pickup site.  Each family is allowed five breakfasts and lunches per child, ages 0-18, and special needs children to the age of 26. Please be patient, we have had to go back to the pickup site to get more meals on occasion.  Click here for locations and times

 

ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEES LETTER

 

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC) CORONAVIRUS INFO