We are excited to announce that the Governing Board selected Dr. Danelia Portillo to be the next Superintendent of the Roosevelt School District. Dr. Portillo has served as the Executive Director of Teaching and Learning for over three years, where her division helped elevate Roosevelt schools' letter grades to B’s and C’s from D’s and F’s through the implementation of new and viable curriculum in all areas.
Dr. Portillo will begin her superintendency on Monday, Feb. 6. In the meantime, Mrs. Shenell Alexander and Mrs. Megan Gestson will continue to serve as Co-Interim Superintendents. We look forward to continuing to thrive as a district under Dr. Portillo's leadership.
Dec. 12, 2022
As we approach the winter months, we are seeing a rise of COVID, Flu and RSV cases in our community and schools. It can be very difficult to tell these illnesses apart due to the similarities in symptoms. We are urging you to keep your child home when they are sick and get them tested as soon as possible to rule out COVID. On the following pages are charts to help explain each one in detail and illustrate their differences.
Roosevelt School District is proud to honor and recognize board members Nancy Piña-Gray and Michelle Campuzano for their contributions to the district as their terms come to a close at the end of 2022. Michelle and Nancy have laid the foundation to make Roosevelt a destination people want to be a part of. They showed staff, parents and the community what a board member can do and set a standard for board members to come.
Native American Heritage Month is celebrated each November and is inclusive of the many different tribes and cultures in the Americas. Roosevelt School District proudly honors and recognizes the contributions and influence of Native Americans to the history, culture and achievements of the United States.
Kindergarten students at Irene Lopez, Maxine O. Bush and Sunland schools will have a new component to their PE classes thanks to a balance bike donation from All Kids Bike and the HDR Foundation. Each school received 24 student bikes and helmets as well as a bike for each teacher on Nov. 10.
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 2021 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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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. As required by Title IX, Roosevelt School District No. 66 does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education programs or activities that we operate, including in admission and employment. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or to the U.S. Department of Education, Assistant Secretary, or both.