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District Plans Hazardous Tree Removal At Fir Grove

March 14, 2019 – In order to ensure the safety of students, staff and community members, Roseburg Public Schools plans to thin several trees on the Fir Grove Elementary campus that have become a hazard.

About six of the fir trees on campus have begun to show signs of wasting, and several more were damaged in last month’s snowstorm. The district has taped off the areas around the trees to block access. The sidewalk that is used as an approach to the school from Harvard Avenue is not in the area of concern so it will continue to be accessible. The play areas under the trees will be closed until the hazards are removed.

Professional tree service operators will be employed in the near future to remove the wasting trees and to prune hazard branches and weak tops on other trees as needed.

“Our goal is to make the little stand of trees we call Fir Grove safer and healthier, so that children can continue to enjoy the little forest as generations before them have, for a long time into the future,” Superintendent Lee Paterson said.


Classified Employee Appreciation Week

Classified Employee Appreciation Week Resolution


RHS Principal Shares Measure 98 Success Stories With Lawmakers

RHS Principal Shares Measure 98 Success Stories With Lawmakers


Green Elementary Students Celebrate 100th Day Of School

February 20th was the 100th day of school! One hundred days of learning how to count to 100!  One hundred days of learning to read! One hundred days of being with your friends at recess!  One hundred glorious days in a Roseburg Public Schools Kindergarten class! What better way to celebrate than coming to school as a 100-year-old kindergartener?!

Green Elementary School kindergarten students did just that. They came to school as a centenarian for the day. In Kate Mattox’s and Tracy Martin’s classes, the kindergarten children were so bold as to parade to the office where Principal Amy Jo Rodriguez, along with some teachers and the office staff, greeted the students with high-fives and praise. The 5-year-olds dressed the part, some sporting gray hair and glasses to canes and hair rollers.

The day is dedicated to the number 100. Counting to 100 by 1’s, 5’s, and maybe even 10’s.  Celebrating 100 days of school because school is 100 percent on the list of every 5-year-old’s most fun things to do on their way to 100 years old!

100 Days of School at Green Elementary


Superintendent Search

The Roseburg School District Board of Directors is seeking an educational leader with an outstanding record of achievement to serve as Superintendent beginning July 1, 2019.

NextUp Leadership and OSBA are facilitating this search process and have provided the forms included below to assist applicants with this process.  Instructions for submission may be found on page two of the application form.  Please utilize these forms and submit them to the search consultant, Greg McKenzie at gregmckenzie@att.net.  Questions regarding the submission process should be directed to Mr. McKenzie at (503) 752-2438.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Position Overview

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Notice of Vacancy

Application Form

Mentor Questionnaire

Board Policy CBA


2019 Graduation Rate Report

Jan. 24, 2019 – Oregon Department of Education data released today reveals that Roseburg High School continues to lower its drop-out rate, progress that Roseburg Public Schools attributes to programs that track and support every student on their path toward graduation.

2019 Graduation Rate Report


Mrs. Lazur writes, illustrates and self publishes a childrens book.

Emily Lazur

Congratulations to Hucrest teacher Emily Lazur, who authored a beautiful children's book that she is sharing with the world! We are lucky to have such creative and inspirational people teaching our students!



Green Elementary "BlueZone 2018" Video




If you see or hear about bullying, violence, drugs, or harm to your school or a student, report a tip using SafeOregon.

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Parent Right to Review Student Records-Public Notice



The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that Roseburg Public Schools, with certain exceptions, obtain your written consent prior to the disclosure of personally identifiable information from your child’s education records.

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Completed Results of Water Testing for Lead Districtwide

Roseburg Public Schools has completed testing water fixtures throughout the district. Find information and summary of those results, as well as complete results by school, by clicking on the link below.

Completed Results of Water Testing for Lead Districtwide

Request for Nonresident Student Admission Interdistrict Transfer

Families requesting their child's attendance in a school outside the Roseburg Public Schools attendance boundaries are required to complete a Request for Nonresident Student Admission Interdistrict Transfer with Mutual Consent of Both Affected Districts form at the district that they are requesting to attend. As per school board Policy JECB: Request for Transfer of Resident Students and Admission of Non-resident Students. Families wishing their child to attend Roseburg Public Schools may visit the administration page for more information.

Student Accident Insurance

Health Special Risk, Inc.In accordance with Board Policy JHA, insurance coverage (either private or school) is mandatory for those students engaged in athletics. The cost of school insurance is the responsibility of the family. Student Insurance Enrollment.

Emergency Closure Notice


The arrival of fall reminds us that in a few months inclement weather or dangerous road conditions might cause us to need to use our One-Call Now telephone system for contacting parents.  With One Call Now we can contact parents personally and relatively quickly when school must be delayed or closed because of weather conditions (or for any other important announcement).  Parents who wish to receive One Call Now messages will want to alert their student’s school of any changes to their home or cell phone numbers.

Information about school delays or closures will still be available through local television and radio media, as well as on our district website (www.roseburg.k12.or.us) under the quick link titled Emergency Info. Decisions about school delays or cancellations because of inclement weather are made by 5:30 a.m. each morning when weather or road conditions are an issue.  However, signing up to be a part of the One Call Now telephone system is the best way to ensure you receive information every time we need to get an important message to you immediately.  Please don’t hesitate to contact your school’s principal or Roseburg Public Schools at (541)440-4014 if you have any questions.

Also, if Roseburg Public Schools must be delayed on a Wednesday, the regular weekly early release schedule will remain in place and students will be released at the regular early release time.