Week of June 6 – June 9

This is it! The last weekly update for the 2015/2016 school year!

Monday, June 6
Minimum Day schedule begins – All Kinders on Early Bird Schedule, Grades 1 & 2 dismissed at 1:00 and Grades 3 – 8 dismissed at 1:20Keep Calm - Summer

2nd grade BBQ at Red Morton at 9:00am -12:30pm

8th Grade graduation practice at MIT at 9:45am

Tuesday, June 7
4th Grade Mission PBL Presentations

1st grade picnic at Red Morton

8th Grade graduation practice at MIT at 9:45am

Kindergarten “Farewell Festival” at 10:00am

8th Grade “Hall Walk” after Graduation rehearsal (approx 11:00am) (We will be attempting to broadcast this via Facebook Live on Roosevelt’s Facebook page. Be sure to check our page at

8th Grade Graduation at MIT Auditorium at 6:00pm (graduating students need to arrive by 5:15. Auditorium doors open at 5:30)

Graduation Party at Roosevelt at 8:00pm

Wednesday, June 8
5th grade “Westward Ho!” PBL presentations

8th Grade Pool Party at PCC

Thursday, June 9
8th Grade Graduation Breakfast at 8:30am

Last Day of School! – Super Minimum Day – all grades released at 12:00 noon


SJ Earthquakes vs. LA Galaxy Soccer Game Tickets…
If you purchased tickets for the June 25 soccer game, please come to the office to pick them up on June 7, 8 & 9.  The PTA would like to thank you for your support and we’ll see you at the game! Contact Guy Taylor or call/text 650-380-3886.

The 2016 Summer Youth Pass is now on sale. The pass costs only $40 and is good for unlimited travel for kids 18 years and younger from June 1 through Aug. 31.  More information is online at including the ability to purchase the pass through the new SamTrans online store!

BoxTops & Labels for Education…
Last call for any BoxTops or Labels for Education/Campbell Soup labels! Please turn in any that you have to your child’s classroom or the school office.  BoxTops and Labels for Education will be accepted until June 9.

“Like” us on Facebook…
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Have a great summer!


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Outdoor Movie Night Tonight (6/3)!

inside-out-heroDon’t Forget! Bring your your blankets and chairs for a fun family school event- ROOSEVELT’S OUTDOOR MOVIE NIGHT presenting Inside Out!! The festivities begin tonight (Friday) at  6:00pm with the Tacos La Barca food truck if you don’t want to cook in the heat. Popcorn, candy and slushies will be for sale in the cafeteria. All proceeds to benefit Roosevelt school.

Movie will begin at sunset: approximately 8:15pm
Admission : FREE!

We can’t wait to see our Roosevelt Families there! Bring friends and enjoy a great evening under the stars for our last Family Fun Night of the school year!

6th grade parents are helping out with this event. Thank you to our parent volunteers!

Please note: At the end of the movie, we ask that you help to keep our school’s campus clean and pick up any litter. Thank you!

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Roosevelt’s Librarian Paulette Elliott Wins Excellence Award!


Congratulations to Paulette Elliott, Winner of the 2016 Judy Moomaugh Award of Excellence For Exemplary Service by a Library Paraprofessional! Ms. Elliott was chosen from an extensive list of nominees throughout Santa Clara County and San Mateo County. On May 3, the award committee visited our campus and school library for final judging. She was one of only 4 finalists chosen in both San Mateo County and Santa Clara County.

This annual award is given by the Santa Clara County Office of Education and the San Mateo County Office of Education in memory of Judy Moomaugh, a librarian and dedicated supporter of libraries, who believed that a library paraprofessional could create and sustain a thriving school library environment that the entire learning community could be proud of. Judy encouraged all library paraprofessionals to read, do book talks, do story time, decorate, promote, and build a relevant and engaging collection. This award is presented to a library paraprofessional who goes above and beyond in the effort to support an outstanding school library program.

In addition to all of the work that she does at Roosevelt’s library, Paulette also has been helping to set up the Accelerated Reader program district wide.

Congratulations Paulette!


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