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We Believe

All students can learn, and all students will succeed.

Students prepare for Halloween

We Believe

Every child must be challenged at their individual level of learning.

A safe and respectful environment is everyone’s right and responsibility.

RHS auto students watch an auto tech work on a vehicle

We Believe

Families, schools and the community are partners in every child’s education.

RHS track members

We Believe

Everyone benefits when individual unique strengths, talents and abilities are valued.

Everyone belongs and is expected to contribute to the learning community.

Strategy for Student Success

Student Learning: Roseburg Public Schools
is dedicated to academic and personal
success for every student

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Learn more about our strategic plan

2020-2021 Reopening

View our plans for the 2020-2021 school year.

Student Investment Account

Our district SIA plan addresses the need of supporting student mental and behavioral needs through social-emotional learning and supports embedded in core instruction. It also addresses the need to increase students’ sense of belonging and safety and the need for increased instructional time by the reduction of classroom disruptions.

Student Achievement

Check out Roseburg School District's Teaching & Learning Department. We will be adding more information to these pages in the near future that will give families and community members a deeper understanding of our teaching and learning process.

We Are Here to Help

Resources for mental health and well-being.

Grab 'n' Go Meals

Grab 'n' Go meals will be available starting Aug. 31 for Roseburg Public Schools students at designated school sites and via bus delivery routes.

Online Registration

Learn about our new online registration process for new and re-enrolling students.

What's Happening

By the Numbers

13

Schools in the district

6,172

Students

11

Career Technical and Education programs

715

District employees

# 1

Largest school district in Douglas County

$90M

Operating Budget for 2019-2020