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  • RSD No. 66 Saddened by the Passing of Rep. Ed Pastor

    Roosevelt School District No. 66 is deeply saddened by the passing of Rep. Ed Pastor. His memory and legacy will live on in our district through the Ed & Verma Pastor Elementary School named in his and his wife’s honor. A school he deeply cared about and had a profound impact on at RSD No. 66. Our deepest condolences are with his family at this time.

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  • Chicanos Por La Causa Free Holiday Event!

    Chicanos Por La Causa invites all RSD No. 66 students and their families to a free holiday event, Saturday, Dec. 1. Get more details and view the event flyer here

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  • Congratulations to the October RSD No. 66 Employees of The Month!

    Roosevelt School District No. 66 brought back the employee of the month program in October with the first set of employees, one classified and one certified employee, being recognized. Jessica ZImmerman and Christina Garcia were the RSD No. 66 Employees of the month! Read More about the exceptional work they are doing for the district by clicking here!

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  • 2018 District Additional Assistance Override -- Passed, Thank You!

    Thank you to all of the voters for passing the 2018 District Additional Assistance Override. This will help us purchase new school buses, implement facility renovations, provide advanced technology and innovative curriculum to our district. THANK YOU!!!

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  • Percy L. Julian Middle School Students Share A Love For Reading

    Cicely Cobb, the seventh and eighth grade English Language Arts instructor at P. L. Julian Middle School spotted two of her advanced students with their noses in some of their favorite books recently. Their books of choice would be advanced for most people, but are at an especially high level for being middle school students, according to Cobb. She found seventh-grader Brianna Holland reading Zora Neale Hurston's “Their Eyes Were Watching God” and said that Holland's responses to assigned reading questions rival those that she has received from her college students. Meanwhile, another of her advanced seventh grade students, Ashley Arias, had her nose in her new favorite book “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas.

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  • 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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