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Sacramento Region Community Foundation 

RCS is the recipient of a grant from the Peter P. Bollinger Family Fund of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation.

Bill Graham Memorial Foundation

RCS has also received a grant from the Bill Graham Memorial Foundation.

Toyota Tapestry - Grants for Science Teachers

RCS was awarded a science grant by Toyota Tapestry

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At Roseville Community School, education is an active process. Actual hands-on experiences are an integral part of the day. The academic program is designed to challenge each student at his or her own level. The teacher pays close attention to the social-emotional development of the students, as we believe it is vital to a child's academic growth. The children will be involved in peer problem-solving, interpersonal communications, negotiation, and the recognition of different points of view as a part of their everyday program.

Developmental goals and the curriculum are inseparable. Together, they form a developmental approach to education that enables a more individualized format. We place a high value on the knowledge children bring to school. Their existing skills and interests are used as a starting point to explore broader learning goals. The curriculum follows the guidelines presented in the California State Frameworks.



Our defined curriculum areas include, but are not limited to, the following: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Geography, Performing & Visual Arts, and Physical Education.


Curriculum details for the Younger/Middle Program

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