Congratulations to our 2023-2024 Cheer, Basketball and Spelling Bee winners!
Valley View Leadership Academy won first place in the Overall and Show Cheer divisions and second place in the Performance and Pom and Dance divisions. Cloves C. Campbell, Sr. Elementary School took first place in the Performance and Pom and Dance divisions and second place in the Overall division. Southwest School won second place in the Show division and third overall. Cesar Chavez Leadership Academy earned third place in the Performance and Show divisions, while V.H. Lassen won third in the Pom and Dance division.
Cesar Chavez Leadership Academy captured the girl's basketball championship and Irene Lopez Academy of the Arts took home boy's basketball gold.
In the district spelling bee, C.O. Greenfield Academy of Design and Innovation 5th grade student Tristan was our top speller. Audrey, an 8th grader at John R. Davis Elementary School, finished in second. Third place went to 8th grader Carlos from Sunland STEAM Academy.
This February, we honor the rich history and extraordinary contributions of the Black community. Join us in celebrating Black Excellence within our district - from remarkable students to inspiring educators! Let's embrace diversity, amplify Black voices, and empower the future together.
We are delighted to announce, Dr. Megan Frankiewicz and Dr. Ashley Hodge, esteemed school board members, have been accepted into the National Fellowship for School Board Leaders for 2024, after careful consideration and a significant number of applications. They will be joining over 250 alumni, including dedicated school board directors, they will contribute to the important mission of systems and fostering an environment where all students can thrive in our nation’s public schools. We would like to congratulate them both to embark on this new journey.
Recently, interested RSD paraprofessionals were provided with an opportunity to explore Arizona State University’s Teaching Fellows Program. This fantastic experience caters to paraprofessionals who aspire to become teachers while continuing their impactful work in the classroom!
Roosevelt School District No. 66 is committed to providing our many stakeholders and citizens with a complete accounting of how our tax resources are spent, as well as providing insight into the financial operations of our school district. The full Fiscal Year 2022 report is available for download in its orignal format and an alternative text-only format. In addition to the information below, please visit our Financial Transparency page for more information.
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