Top Happenings

  • Roosevelt School District celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

    Our schools started and will continue to celebrate Hispanic heritage month through October 15. Students have created murals on their campuses, played mariachi music, dressed in traditional costumes and so much more! We are proud to honor and recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans to our community.

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  • Values in Action Awards

    During the Assistant Principal | Dean of Students meeting on Sept. 15, we awarded two of the leaders with our Values in Action Award. 

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  • Roosevelt, MCDPH partner for annual wellness expo

    On Saturday, Sept. 17, Roosevelt partnered with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health and others to host the 13th Annual Preparedness and Wellness Expo. The event at Percy L. Julian School had vaccines for adults like flu, Shingles, Tetanus, Hep. A & B, as well as COVID vaccines for children and adults, in addition to other services like cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes checks and mammograms – all free of charge.

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  • District breaks ground on new Greenfield campus

    Roosevelt School District celebrated the groundbreaking at C.O. Greenfield Academy of Design and Innovation on Friday, Sept. 16. Many stakeholders were in attendance including Board President Michelle Campuzano, and district representatives, community leaders, students, and parents.

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  • Teachers come together for professional development at Wellness Center

    On Sept. 21, our district hosted an event at the Verna McClain Wellness Center led by HMH and global educator and author, Michael DiSpezio.

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  • Literacy coaches advance district’s goals

    The P-3 Reading Coaches have been busy training staff to ensure our Roosevelt students are receiving the best possible education.

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  • Valley View students, teachers engage peers, parents

    Valley View seventh and eighth graders taught second graders about states of matter. Students had the opportunity to explore solids, liquids, and gases at the same time through a hands-on experience.

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  • Pastor teachers get classroom boost

    In partnership with Extra Yard for Teachers, the Arizona K12 center delivered gift cards to the Arizona Teacher Residency supervising teachers at Ed and Verma Pastor School. Thanks to Extra Yard for Teachers for providing the gift cards and to these supervising teachers for the incredible work they are doing teaching students and preparing new Arizona teachers!

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  • Lassen students earn food handler cards

    V.H. Lassen Junior High students, with the help and support from parents and Mr. Franciosa, successfully completed the requirements and exams to officially obtain their food handlers cards. With the cards, these students can now begin the work to establish a culinary club, start integrating cooking into the curriculum and bring healthy options to our families and community.

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  • Families Read Together Under the Stars

    On Wednesday Sept. 28, Bernard Black families came to campus with blankets, flashlights and snacks for an evening of Reading Under the Stars. Teachers, families and students sat and read books of their choosing to each other.

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  • District Office Meeting Highlights Interconnectivity

    Recently, we hosted our first district office meeting of the year and during an icebreaker activity, we demonstrated how interconnected we all are to each other. This further supports the role of the district office in connecting and supporting our schools and community while also continuing to realize how teams must prioritize collaboration to improve system operations. The icebreaker was followed by a review of our strategic plan and discussion on how every job connects to our top five priorities.

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  • Pastor Middle School Student Houses: Building Excellence Through Belonging

    The middle school students at Ed and Verma Pastor school are building excellence through belonging this school year. The sixth, seventh and eighth graders are working together in a house system to build camaraderie, promote teamwork and stay engaged in learning - similar to the houses in the popular Harry Potter series.

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