Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District

School bulletin: Crestmont kids part of big Aerojet announcement

Crestmont kids part of big announcement Crestmont Elementary School fifth graders were part of a major announcement Dec. 8, during their field trip to the Discovery Museum Science ...

Roseville eighth graders donate 100 items to local family in need

In less than two weeks, a group of eighth graders purchased and wrapped about 100 Christmas presents for a local family in need — including two bikes decorated with bows. The st ...

School bulletin: Vote and help a Roseville school earn eBooks

Vote and help school earn eBooks Local mom and author Genny Heikka’s stories could mean an entire library of free eBooks for Diamond Creek Elementary School in Roseville. Tw ...

School bulletin: Buljan teacher honored by Rotary

Buljan teacher honored by rotary Duane Calkins was named Roseville City School District Teacher of the Year by the Rotary Club of Roseville Oct. 11 for making a difference in the ...

School bulletin: Dry Creek seeks attendance program sponsors

Kids can compete to light Christmas tree Young Californians can compete for a chance to participate in the U.S. Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony in Washington D.C. this year. The re ...

Veteran Dry Creek administrator heads to Loomis

A longtime administrator with the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District is moving on to other pastures. Gordon Medd, a 19-year veteran with the district, will become the supe ...

Districts prepare for ‘worst-case' scenarios

Over the past three years, school districts in California have been forced to cut expenditures by about 20 percent. “That’s $1 out of every $5. That’s huge,” said Mark Gey ...

Tech policies reflect changing times

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is the last in a three-part series focused on changing technology in the classroom. The first two articles can be found at www.rosevillept.com.--------- ...

Dry Creek modernizes classrooms

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is the second in a three-part weekly series focused on changing technology in the classroom. The first article, “Granite Bay students: Future Appl ...