District News

  • RSD No.66 Honors the Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. , Longest Serving Roosevelt Employees

    Today the Roosevelt School District No.66 and the staff of Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary held a tree planting ceremony honoring the life and legacy of Dr. King and our long-standing RSD No.66 employees who have been with the district for more than 30 years! Read more about the events and see pictures by clicking on the link aboove.

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  • Join our Roosevelt family at a Tree Planting Ceremony This Friday Honoring the RSD Community and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at MLK Elementary School

    Join our Roosevelt family as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the role each of our employees play in keeping his Dream alive for our students and community. Along with our new district leader, Dr. Quintin Boyce, we will be planting two trees: one in honor of our employees who have served our community and the other tree in honor of the futures we fight for — on behalf of each and every student.

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  • Future Freshmen High School Night on Wednesday, January 16 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. at the Wellness Center

    RSD No.66 is hosting Future Freshmen High School Night on Wednesday, January 16 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. at the Wellness Center located at 1030 East Baseline Rd. Read more about the event by clicking the link above.

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  • Message from Governing Board President, Lawrence Robinson -- Jan. 11, 2019

    Jan. 11, 2019 Letter from the Roosevelt School District No. 66 Governing Board President: Dear Roosevelt Community, As we enter into this new year, we are excited to embrace new opportunities. The students and families of South Phoenix have always been resilient in adapting to change and in overcoming challenges in order to move forward to achieve academic success and create an even stronger Roosevelt School District. In the midst of change we will always remain focused on the single most important thing: our kids. In the coming weeks, we will welcome a new interim Chief Administrative Officer to lead our district. In collaboration with new leadership we will be working together with teachers, staff and the community to develop an innovative strategic plan to increase our academic performance, our enrollment and the overall morale at the district. We are striving to create a Roosevelt where we welcome the community back into their schools where everyone has a right and a voice. Sincerest regards, Lawrence Robinson Governing Board President Roosevelt School District No. 66

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  • Roosevelt School District No.66 Partners with Hazel Health, Brings "Virtual Visits" to School Campus

    Roosevelt School District No.66 recently partnered with Hazel Health to bring free, accessible healthcare to students at C.J. Jorgensen. The healthcare service provider uses technology to allow each student to have a “virtual visit” with a licensed doctor and healthcare professional to provide medical care, advice and prescribe medication, when necessary. Read more about the program by clicking the link above.

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Announcements

  • 21st Century After-School Programs

    The 21st Century After-School Programs for the 2018-2019 school year will begin on Monday, Sept. 24, 2018.


    The enrichment programs include, Academic and youth development programs offered to all students in K – 8th grades at each participating school sites. This year, the following schools will offer 21st Century After-School Programs: T.G. Barr, Bernard Black, Maxine O. Bush, Cloves Campbell, Ignacio Conchos, John R. Davis, C.O. Greenfield, C.J. Jorgensen, Percy L. Julian, V.H. Lassen, Southwest, Valley View. For more information, please contact your school site office staff.

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  • Student ID Badge Policy


    Starting this month, we are now providing all students with District Student Identification Badges. Students will need to wear their student ID badges at all times once they receive them. 


    Download full letter from Superintendent or visit Student ID Badge Policy page for more information.

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