Vencil Brown Elementary School opened to Kindergarten through 6th grade students in the Fall of 1996. It now serves students in grades Transitional Kindergarten to grade 5, serving over 425 Roseville students. The school is named after Mr. Vencil Brown, a long time teacher and community activist in Roseville. Brown is one of seventeen schools in the Roseville City School District.
Our canned food drive will begin next Tuesday, November 12th and run through Friday, November 22nd which is the last day before break. Please consider donating nonperishable foods (boxes, bags or cans) to this worthwhile event. Student Council representatives will be coming around on Fridays to count and collect the food from each classroom. All food collected will benefit families in Roseville.
We are excited to announce that we have been awarded the Silver Level PBIS award by the California PBIS Coalition (CPC). The CPC is a network of State Education Leaders, County Offices, School Districts, and Schools. California PBIS Coalition honors Platinum, Gold and Silver level PBIS schools for dedication toward improving culture and climate on school campuses.
We want to give a HUGE shout out to Chet Cook for building the wonderful Bear Hug Tower! The kids are anxious to fill it up!
What is a Bear Hug?
Throughout the year students are given tickets called Bear Hugs by their teachers, meal duty supervisors, and other staff members. Students earn these tickets by exhibiting positive behaviors at school. When the Bear Hug Tower is full, the students earn an extra recess!
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.