Congratulations to our new Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Caero!
Roosevelt was excited to announce that Mrs. Caero is our 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year! She is hardworking and dedicated to her students' success! We are proud to honor her as she represents our Roosevelt team!
Trunk or Treat "Spooktacular" 2015
Family Read Nights 2016
Roosevelt School celebrated Literacy during our TK-2 Read Night. Students practiced foundational reading skills, practiced high frequency and sight words, designed their own story books, and completed other activities to support our ELA curriculum while participating with family members. Many students earned prizes and books throughout the evening, and members of our Student Council helped at the event as volunteers at stations. Students had a special guest appearance from "Alice in Wonderland" to listen during storybook time on our MPR stage. We are so excited to help bridge the literacy connections between school and home! Thank you parents for your support in
Welcome Rough Riders!
Maximizing every student’s academic performance and personal responsibility is the mission of Theodore Roosevelt School. Teachers work collaboratively to meet the needs of all students by providing high quality instruction and ongoing assessments to ensure that students are learning.
Parents and families play a key role our community. Our PTA along with school site committees and/or advisory councils, and parent classes provide adults with many opportunities to familiarize themselves with not only our school site, but with our school district as a whole.
At Roosevelt, our students demonstrate that they are good citizens by following our school's model of "CHARGE," where our students are in CHARGE of their learning, and of the choices they make each and every day. Our students' academic success is our top priority. We support learning through the implementation of Common Core, the Write from the Beginning and Beyond writing program, ST Math, and other technologies that provide access to additional learning support. They demonstrate that they are critical thinking scholars and collaborative learners, and they serve as leaders in our school community.
Education is a never-ending journey and the Theodore Roosevelt School community continues to move forward, looking beyond the next curve, in order to find continued success.
Mrs. Susan Marilley
College and Career Day 2016
Thank you to our PHS Class of 2016 Seniors who visited our campus as guest speakers for College and Career Day. They shared their experiences with Roosevelt students and their future plans for college success! This was a great opportunity for our students to hear about the different programs and college options that are available for them in the future! Congratulations on your successes!
CHARGE Card Rewards
As a way to encourage our Guidelines for Success and CHAMPS at Roosevelt, we have implemented the "CHARGE" card program, where students are able to receive cards throughout the day for demonstrating positive behaviors both inside the classroom and during recesses. Students are eligible for the weekly drawing every Friday, where they have a chance to choose from the treasure box of prizes in the MPR. Our students are geared up and excited to show that they are following our school expectations on a daily basis while being ENTHUSIASTIC learners!
GATE Super Saturday
On Saturday, January 23rd Roosevelt hosted the first Super Saturday for students in the GATE program. 120 students from Roosevelt, Wirtz, Lincoln, and Los Cerritos attended and took part in "Crime Scene" activities where they were the investigators. There will be three more Super Saturdays coming up during the year, and will be hosted at the other school sites.
Our Annual Roosevelt "Trunk or Treat Spooktacular" will be hosted on Thursday, October 27th. Students will be invited to dress in appropriate costumes, and will have the opportunity to submit a carved pumpkin into our contest for "Most Original," "Scariest," and "Funniest." Teachers and members from Student Council will be passing out candy, and snacks/drinks will be sold. We hope to see you there!
Accelerated Reader Progress
We Tell Stories visits Roosevelt!
During this year, members from "We Tell Stories" have visited to present and engage the arts with our students through interactive storytelling. Our students participated with the actors to help create wonderful presentations for all of their fellow Roosevelt classmates!
Edmodo is an educational website that takes the ideas of a social network and refines them and makes it appropriate for a classroom. Using Edmodo, students and teachers can reach out to one another and connect by sharing ideas, problems, and helpful tips.
Roosevelt Elementary's 2nd-5th graders use a game-based software to boost their Math comprehension and proficiency. ST MATH is visual and interactive. ST MATH is fully aligned to the new Common Core Math Standards and is intended to develop deep understanding of Math concepts in a hands on manner. Our students are able to continue learning outside of the school by accessing ST MATH from home.
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