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Roseville Area Schools Athletic Fields Jenny Loeck RAHS Activities Director Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields Parkview 9-12 Boys’ Soccer Practice (no games) City of Roseville / Youth Baseball Heavy Community Soccer Use Parkview Physical Education

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roseville area schools athletic fields

Roseville Area SchoolsAthletic Fields

Jenny Loeck

RAHS Activities Director

current 7 12 roseville athletic fields
Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields
  • Parkview
    • 9-12 Boys’ Soccer Practice (no games)
    • City of Roseville / Youth Baseball
    • Heavy Community Soccer Use
    • Parkview Physical Education
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Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields
  • RAMS
    • Physical Education
    • 8th grade Softball & Baseball
      • Practice & Games
    • 7th & 8th grade Track practice
    • 7th & 8th grade Soccer
      • Practice & Games
    • 7th & 8th grade Football
      • Practice & Games
      • *Lost a RAMS Baseball Field in the sale of land to St. Judes
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Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields
  • RAMS – High School Usage
    • 9-12 Girls’ Soccer Practice
    • 9th, B, & JV Home Boys’ & Girls’ Soccer Games
    • JV & Varsity Boys’ & Girls’ Lacrosse Practice
    • JV Home Boys’ & Girls’ Lacrosse Games
    • 9th & 10th Football Games
    • Lower-level Lacrosse (community)
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Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields
  • Heavy Community Soccer Use
    • Adult Soccer
    • NSSA & City of Roseville
      • Youth Soccer Practice & Games
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Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields
  • Fairview
    • 9th grade Baseball practice & games
    • City of Roseville / Youth Baseball
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Current 7-12 Roseville Athletic Fields
  • RAHS
    • JV & Varsity Baseball Practice & Games
    • 9-12 Boys’ & Girls’ Track Practice & Meets
    • 7th & 8th grade Track Meets
    • Varsity-only Boys’ & Girls’ Soccer Games
    • JV & Varsity Football Games
    • One 9th grade and one 10th grade FB game
    • Varsity-only Boys’ & Girls’ Lacrosse Games
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City of Roseville

Parkview

RAMS

Fairview

RAHS

Brimhall / Evergreen Park

Lake Owasso Baseball Fields

Roseville Schools

Central Park Softball Fields

Dale St. / Legion Baseball Field

Shared Agreements

- Roseville Gymnastics Center

- Brimhall & Central Park Elementary Gymnasiums

Community Demand (Serving: Arden Hills, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, Maplewood, Roseville, & Shoreview)
limited stadium use
Limited Stadium Use
  • RAHS Stadium
    • Stadium Turf – Significant Limited Use due to extensive wear & tear of field
      • Currently No Lower-Level Play, RAHS Physical Education, or Youth / Community Use Allowed
      • NO summer use
    • Track – Needs to be rebuilt & resurfaced (cracks beyond repair)
      • No longer a premier track in the area / SEC
stadium need vs actual use
Needs

22+ Football Games

9th-12th plus one 7th & 8th

32+ Soccer Games

All Varsity plus distribution of lower level games

20+ Lacrosse Games

All Varsity plus distribution of lower level games

Daily Physical Education

Community Use

Evenings, Weekends, Summer

Actual Use

10 Football Games

14 Soccer Games

10 Lacrosse Games

0 Physical Education

1 Youth Football Day

0 Youth Soccer

0 Community Use

0 Summer Use

Stadium Need Vs. Actual Use
potential rahs stadium project
Potential RAHS Stadium Project
  • Artificial Turf
    • Physical Education, Soccer, Football, Lacrosse, Track, Softball, Baseball, & others
  • Resurface 8 lane track
  • Recondition stadium fencing
  • Press Box upgrades
  • Sound System upgrades
  • Bleacher upgrades
  • Possible upgrades to current storage, tickets, and concessions buildings
why turf
Why Turf?
  • Artificial Turf Stadium
    • PE Class (daily use during the fall & spring)
    • Every lower-level (7-12) team will be allowed at least one game on the stadium field. (soccer, football, & lacrosse)
    • HS teams now limited will have increased access to stadium field
    • Baseball, Softball & Lacrosse will have access for training when fields are out of play (weather)
    • Community Access / Rental through Roseville Schools Community Ed Department
roseville area high school
Roseville Area High School
  • Currently is situated on 40 acres
  • Minimum acreage for new HS = 100 acres
  • Stadium Field should serve / represent a minimum of 3 full athletic fields
area schools w artificial turf
Suburban East Schools

Mounds View

Park of Cottage Grove

Woodbury

East Ridge

Spring Lake Park

St. Paul Central

St. Paul Humboldt

St. Paul Highland Park

Robbinsdale Armstrong

Robbinsdale Cooper

Edina

Eden Prairie

Hopkins

Minnetonka

Macalester College

University of St. Thomas

Augsburg

Hamline

Irondale

*(incomplete list)

Area Schools* w/Artificial Turf
why now
Why Now?
  • Community Need
    • Partnership with Community Organizations
    • Keep Facilities / Stadium Competitive & First Class (Pride in our Schools)
  • Best Pricing Available / Construction
  • Environmentally safe
  • Our Stadium Field should be for ALL students (not only athletes)
financial considerations
Cost Savings

Labor

Water

Fertilizer

Seed

Fuel

Maintenance

Field sits unused for recovery purposes – no return on the investment

Revenue

Lease Agreements / Hourly Rental

Community Groups

Youth Athletic Associations

City of Roseville

Area Schools

Area Colleges / Universities

Financial Considerations
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Continued Partnership into the future
    • Work together as the needs of the community change and grow
    • Wonderful Community
    • Shared Vision for this partnership
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Premier School District

We offer “Quality Teaching & Learning for All”

1.) Activities =

Achievement

Decades of research prove that students who participate in high school activities tend to have:

higher grade-point averages

better attendance records

lower dropout rates

fewer discipline problems than non-participating students.

National studies repeatedly report that high school activities:

build character

increase self-confidence

relieve tension

support classroom learning by generating school pride, a sense of community, and by nurturing a feeling of belonging that makes students want to achieve.

-(www.mshsl.org) 1.22.09

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