The Arizona Department of Education letter grades were released at the beginning of the month. We are proud to celebrate Cloves C. Campbell Sr. Elementary School, which earned an "A" rating, making it an excellent school. For the second year in a row, every eligible Roosevelt school earned a "C" rating or higher. We are thriving!
Meleika Wadley, our Director of Student Wellness, Tiffany Hughes, our Project AWARE Supervisor, and Megan Gestson, Executive Director of Leadership and Learning, attended the Family Engagement in Education Institute at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Community advocacy group All In Education teamed up with the district to host a community forum about parent engagement at Cesar Chavez Leadership Academy. Ahead of the forum, families were able to attend a resource fair with other community partners.
More than 30 residency leaders from across the country came to see our program in action. We were so excited to be able to showcase our shared work with residents in our school sites! The visitors had “look fors” and “listen fors” focused on things like student voice & choice; student talk vs. teacher talk; engagement; student learning activities; standards & objectives on the board that are meaningful/relevant, resident interactions with students and teachers.
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 2022 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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