Roseville – District 623

School District 623 –
Roseville
School Website http://www.isd623.org
School Contact Dr. Aldo Sicoli
aldo.sicoli@isd623.org
651-628-6452

The ABCs of Roseville Area Schools

One of the most important decisions a family makes is deciding where to send their children to school.  Some families select a school based on family tradition, personal beliefs, or nearness to their home or work.  For others, the decision involves visiting schools, talking to other families, and evaluating school programs.

With the many educational alternatives available today, I encourage you and your family to take the opportunity to thoroughly explore the learning options offered by Roseville Area Schools. You will find strong educational programs; a talented, caring staff; and a shared vision of excellence.

Roseville Area Schools can help families make their school choice as simple as A, B, C…

Achievement – In Roseville Area Schools, student achievement is at the heart of every decision we make.  To help students maximize their potential and achieve at the highest levels possible, we provide options and opportunities to meet the learning needs and styles of our diverse student population.

Balance – Roseville Area Schools offers a balanced learning experience that allows students to develop intellectually, socially, and emotionally.  Activities, athletics, fine arts, student leadership, academics, and social interactions provide each student with the opportunity to flourish.

Community – Roseville Area Schools is an integral member of the community. We stress community values in the education of our students and in the operation of our schools.  We are blessed with caring staff, along with committed parents and active community members. Together, we make sure each student has an advocate to help guide him or her in making wise choices. In addition, decades of generous and reliable financial support from the community enables Roseville Area Schools to meet the educational needs of our students and their families.

These ABCs are key to our schools’ success and show that Roseville Area Schools has the building blocks in place to fit the educational needs of almost any family.

You are always welcome to stop in and visit Roseville Area Schools. I’m confident you will be impressed with the great programming, caring staff, and, above all, the wonderful students.  See you at school!

Sincerely,

Dr. Aldo Sicoli
Superintendent

Title Name Phone
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Aldo Sicoli 651-628-6452
Guidance Services Mr. Steve Bloom 651-635-1660
Special Education Services Ms. Chris Sonenblum 651-635-1600
Athletic Director Ms. Jenny Loeck 651-635-1670
General Information Dr. John Thein 651-635-1600
Magnet Program Mr. Joe Wemette 651-635-1622
Gifted and Talented
Director
Ms. Mary Carlson Pap 651-604-3749
Computer Education
Director
Ms. Marsha Filipiak 651-604-3733
Curriculum Mr Joe Wemette 651-635-1622
High School Guidance Mr. Steve Bloom 651-635-1660
High School Special Ed. Ms. Chris Sonenblum 651-635-1660
High School Fine Arts Ms. Ann Postlewaite 651-635-1683
High School Athletics Ms. Jenny Loeck 651-635-1670
High School Information Ms. Connie Nicholson 651-635-1660
High School
Gifted/Talented
Ms. Mary Carlson Pap 651-604-3749
High School Computer Ed. Ms. Tina Clasen 651-635-1660

 

Facilities:
Elementary Schools No.Buildings:7 No. Students:3,222
Middle Schools No.Buildings:1 No. Students:945
High Schools No.Buildings:1 No. Students:2,229
Open Enrollment Yes –
All levels when space available
Student Staff
Ratio:
Elementary Schools 20
Middle Schools 24
High Schools 26
Expenditures Per
Pupil:
Elementary Schools 10,000
Middle Schools 10,000
High Schools 10,000
Transportation:
Bus Available: Yes
Hot Lunch:
Hot Lunch Available: Yes
Grading Policies
Elementary Schools Letter Grading
Middle Schools Letter Grading
High Schools Letter Grading
Percentage of
Schools Accredited
Elementary Schools 100%
Middle Schools 100%
High Schools 100%
Percentage Staff
Degrees:
Bachelors: 100%
Masters: 56%
PhD’s: 2%
Certified Staff
Elementary
Elem Art: Yes
Elem Phys. Ed: Yes
Elem Music: Yes
Elem Media: Yes
Number of
Non-Athletic Extracurricular Activities: 
51
Classes Offered:
Middle School:
Band: Yes
Choir: Yes
Orchestra: Yes
French: Yes
Spanish: Yes
German: Yes
Adv.
Computers:
Yes
High School:
Band: Yes
Choir: Yes
Orchestra: Yes
French: Yes
Spanish: Yes
German: Yes
Adv. Computers Yes
Adv.
Calculus:
Yes
Ratio Students to
Computers:
Elementary Schools 3:1
Middle Schools 3:1
High Schools 3:1
Learning
Alternatives
1:1
Percentage of
Seniors who went to:
Community College 2 Year 20%
Vocational or Tech 2 Year 20%
College or
University
4 Year 60%
* Combined
ACT Statistics:
Average ACT Scores 22.6
Percentage of
Students taking ACT
69%
SAT Statistics:
Average Math Score 621
Average Verbal Score 629
Percentage of
Students taking SAT
9
National Merit
Scholars:
Commended 9
Finalist 12
Programs for
Gifted and Talented:
Yes
Special Education Programs: Yes
Athletics:
Baseball Boys Basketball Boys/Girls
Football Boys Ice Hockey Boys/Girls
Downhill Skiing Boys/Girls CC Skiing Boys/Girls
Tennis Boys/Girls Golf Boys/Girls
Softball Girls Sync Swimming N/A
Dance Girls Swimming Boys/Girls
Wrestling Boys Volleyball Girls
Track Boys/Girls CC Running Boys/Girls
Gymnastics Girls Soccer Boys/Girls
Broomball N/A
Dance Team Girls
Badminton N/A
Other:
Intramural
Programs:
Baseball Yes Soccer N/A
Basketball Yes Softball N/A
Lacrosse Yes Touch Football N/A
Other: Volleyball, Fencing, Bowling
Special Programs
worth mentioning:
Fairview Alternative High School