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Food Drive Thank You Posted On: Thursday, November 21, 2019. Recently the Roosevelt School Student Council had a Food Drive and we are thankful for all donations. Please click here for a letter of thanks we received from the Woman's Club of Lyndhurst.


Empowering the Possible. Fore more than 100 years, Roosevelt School District No. 66 has been educating and nurturing families in South Phoenix. Our desire to inspire and educate children has led to innovative curriculums, advanced technologies and smaller class sizes.


After School Tutoring; Alumni-Roosevelt Graduates; APPLICATION FOR THE 2018-2019 SUPERINTENDENT’S STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL; Attendance Policy; BadgE


Roosevelt Elementary School. The Roosevelt School community has as its mission, the establishment of a comprehensive foundation which enables all students to achieve their maximum potential as responsible individuals and lifelong learners.


INCLEMENT WEATHER ALERT. Where to find information: WICC 600 AM, WEBE 108 FM, STAR 99.9 FM and WCUM 1450 am (Spanish) Parents will be notified via automated phone calls and District Website


News Congratulations to this years 2019 Science Fair Winners Join Us for the Second Annual ROBOT DAY at the JMSA on November 26th, 2019


Roosevelt School | Elementary Schools ... View School Accountability Plan for more details about our school. About. School Council; School Profile; School Report Card; Academics. Academic Excellence; Adult Education; Career Pathways; College Pathway Opportunities; Course Catalog; Curriculum; Dual Language; MA Seal of Biliteracy Program ...


It is my pleasure to welcome you to Roosevelt Elementary. In my new role as Principal at Roosevelt School, I am committed to working together with the New Brunswick community to continue to make a positive difference in the lives of our children.


Roosevelt Elementary is one of nine elementary schools in the Stevens Point Area Public School District. Roosevelt is a neighborhood school, located in the village of Plover.


School Board Approves New Tenants for Vacant Facilities. The facilities became vacant after the Board of Trustees voted to merge and move programs and consolidate schools as part of a community engagement program after a loss of 2,000 students in six years as families move out of the Bay Area due to the high cost of living and three charter schools that operate within the RCSD attendance zone.