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    RSD Celebrates Winter Sports Champions

    Congratulations to the champions from our District eSports and Track Championships!

    Our eSports athletes competed in two different events: Super Smash Bros. and Rocket League. Our top-finishing students in Super Smash Bros. were from C.O. Greenfield Academy of Design and Innovation, Sunland STEAM Academy, Bernard Black Entrepreneurial Academy, and Ed and Verma Pastor Elementary School. Congratulations to our 2024 Rocket League Championship teams: Southwest Elementary School, Valley View Leadership Academy, and Irene Lopez Academy of the Arts.

    What an amazing day it was for our first-ever District Track Championship Meet! All our athletes ran amazing races all day. Congratulations to our four top-finishing teams Irene Lopez Academy of the Arts, Sunland STEAM Academy, Maxine O. Bush Elementary School, and Bernard Black Entrepreneurial Academy.

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  • District staff, leaders represent in D.C.

    District staff, leaders represent in D.C.

    Superintendent Dr. Dani Portillo, along with 100 Black and Latino superintendents from across the nation, met with congressional staffers at the U.S. Capitol to raise the alarms on the importance of increasing funding for Title 1 schools, and topics such as mental health, low enrollment, and staff shortages. 

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  •  Roosevelt Celebrates Social Workers

    Roosevelt Celebrates Social Workers

    Our Social Workers design and implement school-based programs to promote a positive school climate among all students. They work with the entire student body to identify students in need of more intensive interventions and connect students to additional services where needed. Thank you, School Social Workers for the impact and work they are doing for your school and community!

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  •  School Participatory Budgeting

    School Participatory Budgeting

    Vote days happened around the district throughout the month of March as one of the final steps in the School Participatory Budgeting process in Roosevelt. Nine campuses took part in the second year of SPB through the district’s partnership with The Center for the Future of Arizona, where student steering committees captured ideas from the student body, researched and designed project proposals, and then coordinated campaigns for the projects that culminated in school-wide vote days.

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  • District Spending

    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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    Title IX

    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. As required by Title IX, Roosevelt School District No. 66 does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education programs or activities that we operate, including in admission and employment. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or to the U.S. Department of Education, Assistant Secretary, or both.


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