Thursday, August 28, 2014

The following link provides access to The Roosevelt Elementary School Google Site, which contains the most updated information:

We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.


First Day of School

Thursday, August 28th

Gates Open daily at 7:10 AM

Dismissal at 2:00 PM

AM Kinder Starts @ 8:00 AM

PM Kinder Starts @ 9:55 AM

1st-3rd Grade Starts @ 7:50 AM

4th-5th and SDC Starts @ 7:30 AM

Back to School Night

Kindergarten  Tuesday, August 26th, at 5:30 PM

1st Grade Monday, September 8th, at 5:30 PM

2nd Grade  Tuesday, September 9th, at 5:30 PM

3rd Grade   Wednesday, September 10th, at 5:30 PM

4th Grade   Thursday, September 11th, at 5:30 PM

5th Grade   Friday, September 12th, at 5:30 PM

NOTE: All events will begin in the multi-purpose room prior to visiting classrooms.

2014-2015 Schedule

Every Tuesday will be an early release for grades 1-5. All students will dismiss at 12:30 PM.

Every Tuesday, ALL kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten students will attend the morning session.

School Begins

AM Kinder: 8:00 AM

PM Kinder: 9:55 AM

1st-3rd Grade: 7:50 AM

4th-5th Grade: 7:30 AM

Dismissal will be at 2:00 PM except on Tuesdays.


We are dedicated to providing a safe and rich learning environment for all students. Our school community, which consists of parents, students, and educators working collaboratively to meet the needs of each child. We are committed to preparing every student to be a contributing member of our global society.


Every member of the Roosevelt Team is dedicated to several essential beliefs. We do not make excuses. We accept the responsibility for all students' learning. We do not blame others. We do not blame poverty, ethnicity, language barriers, students or parents when our students are not learning. Instead, we look in the mirror and hold ourselves accountable.

Our professional learning community researches best practices and engages in action research to ensure that our instructional practices are continually improving. We meet as grade levels and across grade levels to share resources and ideas to improve student achievement.


The following principles guide our decision-making at Roosevelt:

  • Given enough time and effective instruction, all children can learn.
  • We have the efficacy to teach all children.
  • Achieving mastery requires multiple opportunities for practice throughout the year.
  • All children should have ALL YEAR to master the standards.
  • Effective instruction includes explicit instruction in problem solving strategies.
  • The teacher's role should be that of a "coach," providing small chunks of learning with practice and immediate feedback.
  • Student engagement is increased with fast paced lessons that include "whole brain teaching," and checking for understanding every few minutes.