Our schools are facing challenges that are greater than any time before
- - Managing distance learning
- - Reopening our schools
- - Keeping our children safe
- - Meeting impending budget challenges
- - Preserving Athletics
- - Preserving the Arts
- - Moving to district-based representation
Students & Families First
Safely Reopen our Schools
What people are saying about Pete
Pete is smart and hardworking. Your district would do well to elect him as your new Trustee! Leslie Reynolds, Former School District Trustee
Pete’s experience and dedication would be a tremendous asset to the Roseville Joint Union High School District. Phil Reynolds, Grandparent
As a community member I've seen how Pete engages with people, listens, learns and takes action to get results. From addressing budget issues to ensuring safe communities, Pete's leadership results in smart, sustainable policies. Steve Landau, Parent, Former Community College Trustee
Pete represented District 1 in San Jose. It was one of the least engaged council districts when he was elected, and one the most engaged by the time he was termed out of office. Through Pete’s efforts, his residents had the largest participation in nearly all city input processes, especially the budget. Chuck Reed, Former Mayor
Pete gets it and is what we need in our public officials. Whether it be fiscal responsibility, safety for our children in school and at home, Pete has your families best interest in mind. Mark Esquibel, Chairman, Reform Party
Hello, my name is Pete Constant
Our schools are facing some of the most difficult times in their history. From the global pandemic, to daunting fiscal challenges, the school board makes critical decisions that impact our students, families, teachers, and staff for decades.
I helped lead the nation's tenth largest city through the depths of the Great Recession. I know how to roll up my sleeves and make the hard choices we need to make - not only to survive, but to thrive - because our children's future depends on it
Our schools need strong, proven leadership to ensure our children receive the best education and are prepared for college.
Roseville Joint Union High School District
The Roseville Joint Union High School District serves the educational needs of more than 10,000 students.
Geographically, the district includes the city of Roseville, the Granite Bay community, and a part of Antelope. It includes portions of both Placer and Sacramento counties.
The district currently operates five comprehensive high schools, a continuation school, adult school, and an independent study school.
Our high schools are responsible for educating students from three local "partner" K-8 school districts: Dry Creek, Eureka, and Roseville City school districts.