The construction has begun for the new Rosewood Elementary School library. The library is expected to open Fall 2020.

  • Welcome to Rosewood Elementary School virtual library, where students are able to access a number educational resources to support their academic success.

  • Celebrate  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day January 20, 2020


    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a civil rights activist in the 1950s and 1960s. He led non-violent protests to fight for the rights of African Americans.  He hoped that America and the world could become a  society where race would not impact a person's civil rights.


    "The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character — that is the goal of true education." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr


    Click the links below to learn more about Dr. Martin Luther King

    Dr. Martin Luther King Biograpyhy

    Dr. Martin Luther King Biography



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  • The mission of Rosewood Elementary School library is to provide access to a diverse collection of books and resources in an inclusive environment for students to engage in reading and learning for academic growth and pleasure. 


    LJubica Arceneaux, Librarian



    Andrea Godby, Library Assistant



  • Online Catalogs

    Students in grades 3rd - 5th can access their Destiny Discover account by entering their username and password.  You can access the Richland Library using the library card number and a designated pin number.  If you need assistance logging into a Richland Library account please call 799.9084.


     Richland Library

  • Rosewood Celebrates Computer Science Week (December 9th-13th)


    Fifth grade students at Rosewood celebrated Computer Science Week by learning basic coding with IT ology personnel to create a paper, rock, scissor game using Microbits.


    Students in 1st grade and 2nd grade were introduce to coding playing Kodable. 


    Students in 3rd and 4th grade were computer coders and robots as they coded their way through a maze.


    Students can continue to learn how to code by going to