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  •  Roosevelt celebrates Black History Month

    Roosevelt celebrates Black History Month

    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.

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  •  RSD board members named to national fellowship

    RSD board members named to national fellowship

    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.

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  • HR works to promote staff growth and development

    HR works to promote staff growth and development

    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!

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  •  Schools host families, new and current

    Schools host families, new and current

    The Roosevelt School District invited the community to rediscover Roosevelt with an open house event on each campus. Families were able to learn about our 18 schools and enroll for the upcoming school year.

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  •  Thunderbirds welcome Coyotes, Be Kind People Project

    Thunderbirds welcome Coyotes, Be Kind People Project

    T.G. Barr students welcomed the Arizona Coyotes to campus. Alexis M, daughter of the team’s owner, spoke about the organization and the NHL before Howler and the hockey development team taught the Thunderbirds some basic skills before putting together a scrimmage. The Be Kind People Project also visited Barr to donate a Buddy Bench. When students see a peer sitting on the bench, they’re encouraged to sit with them and be a friend

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  •  Falcons take their next steps toward higher ed

    Falcons take their next steps toward higher ed

    Bernard Black had a Commitment ceremony for our College Promise students. These students received a college scholarship from the Rosztoczy Foundation. The scholarship covers 100% of their college tuition including books and housing. During the ceremony, students from the first College Promise back in 2012 spoke about their experiences and the impact that the scholarship has made in their lives and their families. Students signed a commitment to come to school and be dedicated to their academics.

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  •  Colts read along with Mayor, Final Four committee

    Colts read along with Mayor, Final Four committee

    We were so excited to welcome the Final Four committee and Mayor Kate Gallego to John F. Kennedy Academy of Inquiry yesterday. The Mayor read "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" to our third-grade students before they got the chance to pick out their own books and take part in other activities.

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  •  Monarchs, Eagles lead the celebration of MLK Day

    Monarchs, Eagles lead the celebration of MLK Day

    We were excited to continue our annual tradition of kicking off our celebration of MLK Day at Percy L. Julian and Martin Luther King Jr. schools.

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  •  Pride teacher residents showcase their skills

    Pride teacher residents showcase their skills

    The Governor’s Office of Faith and Family and folks from the Center for Service and Volunteerism at NAU visited Ed and Verma Pastor school to do a site visit and learn more about the Arizona Teacher Residency program and the residents.

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  •  Eagles soar with musical peers

    Eagles soar with musical peers

    Thirteen Valley View band students were chosen to be part of this year’s Greater Phoenix Honor Band Festival. The Honor Band was made up of 100 students from schools across the central Phoenix area. It was another great opportunity for students to showcase their musical talent and leadership outside Valley View.

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