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    Return to School District Updates

    The Roosevelt School District No. 66 is committed to maintaining a transparent, open line of communication between the district and our community during these unprecedented times. As a district our priority is keeping our families safe and healthy. We have continued to look at the available data, CDC, state, county and local guidelines as it relates to our decisions around returning to school in person. Please see below for the latest updates from our superintendent. For more information about Roosevelt's policies, please download and review the 2021-2022 Return to School Safety Protocol Manual and watch the safety protocol videos.

  • An Update from the Superintendent's Office

    Dec. 12, 2022

    Hello Roosevelt Community,

    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. Charts available in English and Spanish may be downloaded to help explain each one in detail and illustrate their differences.

    Here are a few tips to help ensure you stay healthy and safe:

    • Get your vaccines against COVID and Flu.
    • Stay home when sick and cover your cough or sneeze and get tested for COVID if you have any symptoms or are exposed.
    • If your child tests positive for COVID, please stay home for a minimum of five days and return to school wearing a mask on days six through ten.
    • Get plenty of rest and make healthy food and beverage choices to boost your immune system.

    Please feel free to reach out to your school nurse or health service technician for clarification if you have any questions about when to send your child to school. We are here to serve and help in any way. 

    If you need help finding a testing site for COVID, please reach out to your school nurse or FACE coordinator on your school campus or visit maricopa.gov/5588/COVID-19-Testing.

    Be Well and Be Bold,

    Roosevelt Leadership Team

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    The conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are continually evolving, and Roosevelt’s Return to School plans will be constantly evaluated and adjusted based on the most current information available. Our plans continue to adapt to the continuing trends of the COVID-19 virus, especially in Maricopa County, and are based on evidence and expertise. Any changes made will be promptly shared with our families, staff and community. The Roosevelt School District No. 66 would like to provide RSD families and community answers to the most frequent and pressing questions regarding returning to school for the 2021-2022 school year.

  • Will families have the choice to send their student to school or elect to have virtual classes for their student?

  • Will the technology needed be provided to families to access these classes and resources?

  • How will the classrooms be designed to promote safety?

  • How will an outbreak of COVID be handled? What measures are being taken to prevent exposure at the schools?

  • How will head start be handled? How can I enroll my students?

  • What if my student is a Home Bound Student?

  • Are there enough essential cleaning supplies?

  • What is being done to sanitize and clean classrooms and schools?

  • Will food be available for students during closures?

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