Welcome to Roosevelt School District No. 66

  • Empowering the Possible

    Fore more than 100 years, Roosevelt School District No. 66 has been educating and nurturing families in South Phoenix. Our desire to inspire and educate children has led to innovative curriculums, advanced technologies and smaller class sizes.

    We are now enrolling for Head Start and Pre-K through 8th grade. Enroll today!

Top Happenings

  • The Department of Teaching and Learning Hosts Teacher Professional Development

    Super Saturday, held on Oct. 19, was a great day of learning for Roosevelt teachers. Informational sessions for teachers included: Reading, EL Strategies, Science, Behavior Supports, as well as Suicide Prevention. In the midst of learning, teachers and presenters took time to socialize over lunch and get to know each other better. It was an amazing time and our teachers were excited and have asked for more opportunities to learn together. The Teaching and Learning team have two more Super Saturdays planned in the upcoming months.

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  • Roosevelt Technology Learning Leaders Hold Meeting

    To further support our Apple iPad initiative, the Roosevelt Technology Learning Leaders met on Oct. 16 to establish roles and responsibilities for the technology learning leaders at each campus. They also developed a monitoring system for the upkeep of the iPad devices used in each classroom district-wide. This past month, the team also began developing topics to support all teachers. The primary focus is on making learning fair and equitable for each and every student. The Apple Integration Committee is also planning a summer Apple Academy. More to come at a later date.

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  • T.G Barr Holds Inaugural Anti-Bullying Epic Prevention Extravaganza and Conference

    T. G. Barr held their inaugural Epic Prevention Extravaganza and Conference in October, coinciding with National Bullying Prevention Month. All students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade participate in the day which focused around anti-bullying, building self-confidence and creating a welcoming, inclusive school environment.

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