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District Updates

  • School begins remotely for all K-8 students, Monday Aug. 3, 2020!

    Message from the Superintendent Regarding Returning to School

    July 31, 2020

    Hello Roosevelt Community,

    To begin, I would like to thank our entire Roosevelt community for your continued patience and support as our district prepares to begin the 2020-2021 academic year. Our district staff has been diligently planning to begin our school year virtually on Aug. 3, 2020, and we are eager to continue offering the highest level of innovative learning to our amazing Roosevelt students.

    As many of you may know, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order last Thursday detailing new parameters for the start of the 2020-2021 school year. While our team is still working through the plans relating to these guidelines, I would like to provide you with a brief update on how Roosevelt is positioned to welcome our students and staff back for the upcoming school year.

    Read more -- Return to School Page 


    District Hosts Virtual Family & Community Information Session Regarding Returning to School for 2020-2021 -- June 30, 2020

    The Roosevelt School District hosted two Virtual Family and Community Information sessions on June 30, 2020 regarding returning to school. During these virtual sessions, our Roosevelt Superintendent, Dr. Quintin Boyce, provided an update regarding Roosevelt’s return to school plan. View the videos of the recorded sessions below. 

    English Virtual Session - June 30, 2020


    Spanish Virtual Session - June 30, 2020

    Grab-and-Go Meal Distribution Update

    IMPORTANT UPDATE: The Roosevelt School District No. 66 has revised our meal times and locations. Breakfast and Lunch will be served in a Grab-and-Go style to all enrolled Roosevelt School district students only. Meals will be distributed Monday-Friday from each schools' cafeterias from 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Roosevelt School Busses will also be making mobile meal deliveries in neighborhoods around our schools for students and families to pick up. See a complete list of mobile route times and locations below. 

     For more information on the food distribution program, click here.

Top Happenings

  • More than 1,000 RSD Students Connect Virtually for Summer School Program

    More than 1,000 Students and RSD faculty connected virtually during the month of June for our Virtual Summer School Program. Parents were given the option of receiving a device for use at home or a printed packet for their students to complete their summer school work. Our district schools were divided into four cluster groups, with two program leads, two teachers per grade level (one Math, one ELA), two reading interventionist and one EL interventionist to support each of our students’ learning throughout the summer months. Thank you to all who helped to make this year’s summer school program a success for our district!

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  • Solar Panel Energy Reduction Project Underway in Roosevelt

    The Solar Panel energy reduction project is well underway in Roosevelt. Construction began on phase one of the solar panel installation at Percy L. Julian, John R. Davis, Maxine O. Bush, Martin Luther King Jr., T.G. Barr and Southwest Schools. To prepare for construction on each site, a comprehensive plan is being developed with principals and Urban Energy Solutions (UES). When the project is complete, all 21 district sites will be powered by solar energy and provided shade structures to escape the direct sunlight.

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  • Roosevelt Students Participate in Valley Metro Engineers of the Future—"Operation Brain Power Boost” Program

    More than 100 Roosevelt students had the opportunity to participate in an Engineers of the Future—"Operation Brain Power Boost” Program. The 8-week long virtual experience provides STEM learning opportunities to our students. Each student is able to use science, technology, engineering, and math to create and build projects such as mini cars and bridges. The courses are taught virtually online by engineers who are working with Valley Metro on the light rail.

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