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District Updates

  • St. Mary's Food Bag Program

    The Roosevelt School District will be distributing St. Mary’s Food Bank Bags of Groceries beginning on Thursday, June 4 at the District Office located at 6000 S. 7th Street in Phoenix, on the corner of 7th Street and Southern Avenue. Food bags will be distributed as a drive-thru on the south side of the District Office between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. every Thursday through July 30. These food bags are being given in addition to the Grab-and-Go meals offered at the schools. No form of identification required to receive food bag.


    Summer Grab-and-Go Meal Distribution Update

    The district will continue distributing meals during the summer at each location through June 30,2020!  The schools will continue serving  three grab-and-go meals at the current school site locations from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. The food will now be distributed out of the school cafeteria buildings in an effort to keep all food, staff and community out of the heat. C.O. Greenfield, Amy Houston and John F. Kennedy Schools will continue serving drive up meal service from Greenfield’s parking lot from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. For more information on the food distribution program, click here.


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    Survey Regarding School Closure, Reopening and Returning to School in August

    Please participate and share your feedback with us by completing this brief anonymous survey before the deadline of June 5, 2020. Remember, we are all in this together and together we will succeed! The school year has recently ended and we are already planning and navigating how to welcome students and staff back to our schools for the 2020-21 academic year with appropriate considerations. Our district leadership has created a Return to School Task Force comprised of teachers, site leaders, parents and RSD staff from throughout the district. The Task Force is diligently working on developing a “return to school plan” that includes guidelines, protocols and most importantly standards and safety procedures for classrooms, learning resources, transportation, meal distribution, communication protocols and continued sanitization of all district facilities. Please know that the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff continues to be a priority and decisions will be made based on public health and elected officials’ guidelines, in addition to the data gathered from our families and staff. In an effort to learn from our communities recent experiences and gain awareness to better support a successful reopening, the Roosevelt School District No. 66 would appreciate your feedback as we plan for the upcoming school year. In order to help us make the best informed decisions, please take a few minutes to complete the brief anonymous survey.


     

    Congratulations to our Promoted 8th Grade Students

    Although we never envisioned our 8th Grade Promotion Ceremonies in this way, our Roosevelt School District amazing students stepped up in ways we never imagined they would have to at such a young age. They transitioned quickly to work remotely using their Apple iPad devices for the past two months, they connected with their teachers and friends virtually and overcame tremendous obstacles to make it to this point. We are very proud of each and every one of our 8th grade promotes – soon to be high school students! 


     

    End of School Year Message by Superintendent, Dr. Quintin Boyce

    As our 2019-2020 school year comes to a close please enjoy this video message from superintendent, Dr. Quintin Boyce. Be sure to watch until the end to see all of the photos of our amazing students and staff! Thank you for all you have done to make this school year a success and for continuing to support our students staff and community during this unprecedented time. We wish you a healthy, safe and enjoyable summer!


       

    Roosevelt, Osborne School District, City of Phoenix Team Up to Provide Virtual Learning

    The Roosevelt School District in partnership with the Osborn School District and City of Phoenix have collaborated to bring virtual learning opportunities to the homes of all K-8 students via PHXTV Classroom! Nineteen of our amazing Roosevelt teachers have been selected to represent the district during this program! Each day, Monday-Friday, from May 18 - June 5 our teachers will be live on Phoenix Channel 11 with two hours of instruction from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.! The 20-minute sessions on topics including: Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension in Spanish, Science, Math, and Feel Good Friday with art, music and PE! Special features will also include Social-Emotional Learning and Read-Alouds! We encourage you to share this news with your family, friends and all those who have K-8 students!

    Visit this link to stream the lessons live and this link to review  the schedule for the PHXTV Classroom!

Top Happenings

  • Roosevelt School District Leadership Develops Return to School Task Force

    The school year just came to a close and we are already planning how to welcome students and staff back to our schools for the 2020-21 academic year with appropriate considerations. Our district leadership has created a Return to School Task Force comprised of teachers, site leaders, parents and RSD staff from throughout the district. The Task Force is diligently working on developing a “return to school plan” that includes guidelines, protocols and most importantly standards and safety procedures for classrooms, learning resources, transportation, meal distribution, communication protocols and continued sanitization of all district facilities. Please know that the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff continues to be a priority and decisions will be made based on public health and elected officials’ guidelines, in addition to the data gathered from our families and staff. In an effort to gain awareness to better support a successful reopening, we created two surveys, one for staff and one for families and community. The survey is on our website and our social media pages and will remain open until June. 5. We will use the feedback to better inform our decisions as we plan the reopening of school next year.

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  • Roosevelt School District Awarded $20,000 Grant from the Arizona Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Community Response Fund

    Thanks to our Innovation and Learning Division, the Roosevelt School District was awarded a grant for $20,000 from the Arizona Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Community Response Fund. The district will use these funds to help close the gap of the digital divide in the Roosevelt Community. The fund was established in partnership with a growing list of local corporations and foundations, to support nonprofit organizations across the state as they respond to the impact of COVID-19 within the community.

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  • Roosevelt School District Hosts Summer Virtual Academy Professional Development for Teachers

    It's an exciting time for Roosevelt School District teachers! Our first-ever completely online Summer Virtual Academy Professional Development is off to a great start! With more than 300 participants during the two-week sessions, teachers are being provided with opportunities to improve their practices in a multiple discipline areas. In the first week of the Academy, teachers learned best practices in reading and math instruction, as well as how to support students’ social-emotional health. The second week of the Academy included courses on using technology in meaningful ways, as well as how to ensure all students are successful through differentiated instruction. Teacher feedback during this academy has been amazing. The demand for the courses has been so great, that the Teaching and Learning Department is planning to repeat the courses in July to meet all teacher needs.

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