At Diamond Creek, we have a collaborative approach where teachers across grade levels work together to produce optimum learning techniques and environments that support student growth and academic success. Our collaborative approach has proven successful through our high assessment scores and student achievement. We believe in continuous improvement as we are a team of learners, continuously reflecting and improving our teaching practice to best meet the needs of our students through 21st-century learning experiences.
The Roseville City School District is initiating the process of naming a new elementary school located in the West Park community in the West Roseville Specific Plan/WB-60 Elementary School.
The Roseville City School District (RCSD) is asking stakeholders to participate in an annual Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Parent Survey. The purpose of this survey is to gather information about the educational environment within RCSD that contributes to maximizing learning for every one of our students. The primary emphasis of this survey resides on the conditions of learning, pupil achievement outcomes, student engagement, and pupil safety.
Our students at Diamond Creek have been focused on Habit #4: Be Mindful of Others. We are thinking about what our body language and tone of voice are communicating to others. Our next Village Rally is February 20th!
Our 2nd through 5th grade students are taking their iReady diagnostic. This diagnostic helps us measure student growth throughout the school year.