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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 www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool)

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 guytaylor123@yahoo.com or call/text 650-380-3886.

SamTrans…
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 www.samtrans.com/syp 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…
Be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed. www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

Have a great summer!

 



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Week of May 30 – June 3

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:

Please Note: The countdown is on and there are only 8 school days left of this school year! Events are constantly added to the list of Important Dates, so make sure you check each week. The most updated information can always be found on the parent blog, so check it often!calendaricon

Monday, May 30
Memorial Day – No School

Tuesday, May 31
Crazy Hair Day!

Last week of Snack Shack – all items 50% off!

Talent Show at PCC at 6:00pm

Wednesday, June 1
Twin Day!

All Kinders begin Early Bird Schedule until June 9

Field Day (Need parent helpers – contact the school office)

SJ Earthquakes v LA Galaxy ticket orders due!

Thursday, June 2
Pajama Day!

Uniform drop off at 8:00am

Kinder field trip. Raising a reader blue bag field trip to Schaberg library

TK field trip Palo Alto junior museum

Friday, June 3
Free Dress Friday

Kinder field trip to Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

8th Grade Graduation practice at MIT

2nd Grade (Room 24) PBL Presentation – “The Buzz about Bees”

3rd Grade PBL Presentations – “Stayin’ Alive”

Outdoor Movie Night! (More information below. 6th grade families asked to volunteer)

Important Dates…
June 6 – Minimum Day schedule begins
June 6 – 2nd grade BBQ at Red Morton at 9:00am -12:30pm
June 6 – 8th Grade graduation practice at MIT at 9:45
June 7 – 4th Grade Mission PBL Presentations
June 7 – 1st grade picnic at Red Morton
June 7 – 8th Grade graduation practice at MIT at 9:45
June 7 – Kindergarten “Farewell Festival” at 10:00am
June 7 – 8th Grade “Hall Walk” after Graduation rehearsal (approx 10:30am)
June 7 – 8th Grade Graduation at MIT Auditorium at 6:00pm
June 7 – 8th Grade After Party/Dance at 8:00pm
June 8 –  5th grade “Westward Ho!” PBL presentations
June 8 – 8th Grade Pool Party at PCC
June 9 – 8th Grade Graduation Breakfast
June 9 – Last Day of School! – Super Minimum Day – all grades released at 12:00 noon

SJ Earthquakes v LA Galaxy Tickets…
Roosevelt Elementary and the San Jose Earthquakes have paired up once again to get you an outstanding deal on one of THE biggest rivalries of the year — SJ Earthquakes vs. LA Galaxy!

The California Clasico at Stanford Stadium is THE California professional soccer showdown of the year. Bring your family and friends and join other Roosevelt families at what is always a sellout crowd at Stanford Stadium on June 25th at 7:00pm. Enjoy a nice summer night of professional Soccer with a fireworks show following the game.

Tickets are $25 each and a portion of that goes back to the school to help fund enrichment programs at Roosevelt. What better way to support your school then taking the family out for an awesome night of professional soccer? Sales start NOW so get your order forms in early as order forms are due on Wednesday, June 1. Turn your order forms in to your child’s classroom or the office. Extra order forms are also available in the office. Tickets will be available for pickup in the school office beginning on June 3.

Outdoor Movie Night!…
Bring your blankets and chairs for a fun family school event- ROOSEVELT”S OUTDOOR MOVIE NIGHT presenting Inside Out!! The festivities begin on Friday, June 3 at 6:00pm. There will be a taco truck on site and water, slushies, popcorn and candy will be for sale in the cafeteria. All proceeds benefit Roosevelt school.

Movie will begin at sunset: approximately 8:30pm.inside-out-hero
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!

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!

Please note: 6th grade families are asked to volunteer for this event. 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!

SamTrans…
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 www.samtrans.com/syp 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…
Be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed. www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

Have a great week!



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Week of May 23 – May 27

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:

Please Note: The countdown is on and there are only 13 school days left of this school year! Events are constantly added to the list of Important Dates, so make sure you check each week. The most updated information can always be found on the parent blog, so check it often!calendaricon

Monday, May 23
6th grade students leave for their week in Yosemite – Have a great week!

5th grade field trip to Tech Museum

Spring Instrumental Music Concert at Sequoia High School (Carrington Hall) at 6:30pm

Kent Award Ceremony in Foster City. Roosevelt receiving the J. Russell Kent Award for our Reading Fair

Tuesday, May 24
Last Parent Coffee of the year at 8:00am in Room 1. Come to Room 1 and enjoy a cup of coffee with other parents and Principal Girardi!  Hear first hand about district and school news, talk about any issues or concerns you may have or just come for the coffee.

Heavenly Hats fundraiser sales after school! Heavenly Hats is an organization that donates brand new head wear to cancer patients and hospitals all around the United States. Roosevelt students will be able to buy tickets to wear a had or hoodie in class during Spirit Week in June. Student Council will be selling stickers for $1, after school in front of Rm 7, on Tuesday 17th, and 24th. Sticker sales are open to all grade levels and all money raised will go to the Heavenly Hats Foundation.

Restaurant fundraiser at Chuck E Cheese (2541 El Camino) from 3:00pm – 9:00pm. Chuck E Cheese will donate 15% of sales back to Roosevelt. Invite friends and family and help raise more money for Roosevelt!

Wednesday, May 25
4th grade field trip to San Juan Bautista

Friday, May 27
iSing performance at 4:00pm

6th graders return from Yosemite

Important Dates…
May 30 – Memorial Day – No School
May 31 – Crazy Hair Day
May 31 – Last week of Snack Shack – all items 50% off!
May 31 – Talent Show at PCC at 6:00pm
June 1 – SJ Earthquakes v LA Galaxy ticket orders due!
June 1 – Twin Day
June 1 – Field Day (Need parent helpers)
June 2 – Pajama Day
June 2 – Uniform drop off at 8:00am
June 2 – Kinder field trip. Raising a reader blue bag field trip to Schaberg library
June 2 – TK field trip Palo Alto junior museum
June 3 – All Kinders on Early Bird schedule for the rest of the school year
June 3 – Kinder field trip to Happy Hallow
June 3 – 2nd Grade (Room 24) PBL Presentation – “The Buzz about Bees”
June 3 – 3rd Grade PBL Presentations – “Stayin’ Alive”
June 3 – Outdoor Movie Night! (6th grade families asked to volunteer)
June 6 – Minimum Day schedule begins
June 6 – 2nd grade BBQ at Red Morton at 9:00am -12:30pm
June 6 – 8th Grade graduation practice at MIT at 9:45
June 7 – 4th Grade Mission PBL Presentations
June 7 – 1st grade picnic at Red Morton
June 7 – 8th Grade graduation practice at MIT at 9:45
June 7 – Kindergarten “Farewell Festival” at 10:00am
June 7 – 8th Grade “Hall Walk” after Graduation rehearsal (approx 10:30am)
June 7 – 8th Grade Graduation at MIT Auditorium at 6:00pm
June 7 – 8th Grade After Party/Dance at 8:00pm
June 8 –  5th grade “Westward Ho!” PBL presentations
June 8 – 8th Grade Pool Party at PCC
June 9 – 8th Grade Graduation Breakfast
June 9 – Last Day of School! – Super Minimum Day – all grades released at 12:00 noon

SJ Earthquakes v LA Galaxy Tickets…
Roosevelt Elementary and the San Jose Earthquakes have paired up once again to get you an outstanding deal on one of THE biggest rivalries of the year — SJ Earthquakes vs. LA Galaxy!

The California Clasico at Stanford Stadium is THE California professional soccer showdown of the year. Bring your family and friends and join other Roosevelt families at what is always a sellout crowd at Stanford Stadium on June 25th at 7:00pm. Enjoy a nice summer night of professional Soccer with a fireworks show following the game.

Tickets are $25 each and a portion of that goes back to the school to help fund enrichment programs at Roosevelt. What better way to support your school then taking the family out for an awesome night of professional soccer? Sales start NOW so get your order forms in early as order forms are due on Wednesday, June 1. Turn your order forms in to your child’s classroom or the office. Extra order forms are also available in the office. Tickets will be available for pickup in the school office beginning on June 3.

Outdoor Movie Night!…
Bring your blankets and chairs for a fun family school event- ROOSEVELT”S OUTDOOR MOVIE NIGHT presenting Inside Out!! The festivities begin on Friday, June 3 at 6:00pm. There will be a taco truck on site and water, slushies, popcorn and candy will be for sale in the cafeteria. All proceeds benefit Roosevelt school.

Movie will begin at sunset: approximately 8:30pm.inside-out-hero
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!

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!

Please note: 6th grade families are asked to volunteer for this event. 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!

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…
Be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed. www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

Have a great week!



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Week of May 9 – May 13

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:

Please Note: The countdown is on and there are only 5 weeks left of this school year! Events are constantly added to the list of Important Dates, so make sure you check each week. The most updated information can always be found on the parent blog, so check this page often!

SBAC Testing: SBAC testing continues for students in grades 3-8 until May 13. This is the state testing that students participate in each year. Make sure your student gets plenty of rest each night, a good breakfast, and BE ON TIME each morning!

calendariconTuesday, May 10
5th grade (Room 13) Heal Farm Field Trip

1st grade field trip t0 SF Zoo at 8:00am (PBL Unit: Feathers, Fur & Scales – “How do plants and animals survive in their habitat?)

2nd grade field trip to Coyote Point at 8:30am (PBL Unit: The Buzz About Bees – “How are plants dependent on pollinators?)

Heavenly Hats fundraiser begins! Heavenly Hats is an organization that donates brand new head wear to cancer patients and hospitals all around the United States. Roosevelt students will be able to buy tickets to wear a had or hoodie in class during Spirit Week in June. Student Council will be selling stickers for $1, after school in front of Rm 7, on Tuesday May 10th, 17th, and 24th. Sticker sales are open to all grade levels and all money raised will go to the Heavenly Hats Foundation.

8th grade Graduation Planning Meeting at 6:00pm

Wednesday, May 11
Student of the Month Assemblies

RSVP for AR Banquet Due. Invitations went home on Thursday for students who qualified for the Banquet by meeting all 3 AR goals for the year. Contact the school office to RSVP at 650-369-5597.

Thursday, May 12
Rooms 6A and 6B Special Olympics Field trip to Gunn High School at 8:30am

Friday, May 13
DARE graduation at 8:30am

RCEF Benefit at Canada College (more information below)

Important Dates…
May 17 – 6th grade computer museum field trip 9:00-2:00
May 17 – Heavenly Hats fundraiser tickets sold after school in front of Room 7

May 17 – AR Banquet for students who made all three AR reading goals at 6:00pm
May 17 – 20 – Book Fair in Library (Kinder parents asked to volunteer)
May 18 – Kaiser “Best Me” Assembly for grades 1 – 3 at 8:45am
May 19 – Art Show – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
May 19 – Open House 6:00pm – 7:00pm
May 20 – 7 th grade makers fair field trip
May 23 – 6th grade students leave for their week in Yosemite
May 23 – Spring Instrumental Music Concert at Sequoia High School (Carrington Hall) at 6:30pm
May 23 – Kent Award Ceremony in Foster City
May 24 – Heavenly Hats fundraiser tickets sold after school in front of Room 7
May 25 – 4th grade field trip to San Juan Bautista
May 30 – Memorial Day – No School
May 31 – Crazy Hair Day
May 31 – Talent Show at PCC
June 1 – Twin Day
June 2 – Pajama Day
June 2 – Kinder field trip. Raising a reader blue bag field trip to Schaberg library
June 2 – TK field trip   Palo alto junior museum
June 3 – Outdoor Movie Night! (6th grade families asked to volunteer)
June 7 – 8th Grade “Hall Walk” after Graduation rehearsal (approx 10:30am)
June 7 – 8th Grade Graduation at MIT Auditorium at 6:00pm
June 7 – 8th Grade Graduation Dance
June 8 – 8th Grade Pool Party at PCC
June 8 – Field Day (Need parent helpers)
June 9 – 8th Grade Graduation Breakfast
June 9 – Last Day of School! – Super Minimum Day – all grades released at 12:00 noon

Art Show Help Needed…
The end of the school year is approaching and our Art teacher, Marlene Perez, has planning for the May 19 Art Show on her mind.  She will be needing volunteers on May 18 & 19  to prep, label, and install the art and then more volunteers on May 20 to take it all down. If you can staple, she needs your help! No other skills required!

2nd Grade parents are being asked to help with this event. Please contact Marlene at marlenevperez@comcast.net

RCEF Benefit…
Mark your calendars for the RCEF’s Benefit for a Brighter Future event on May 13 at Canada College!

Benefit for a Brighter Future is the Redwood City Education Foundation’s premiere fundraising event, generating up to 30% of our annual income. We are fortunate each year to welcome an ever-growing number of Redwood City’s top educators, community members, and business leaders for an evening of inspiration, fun, and opportunity. Tickets are available now at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rcef-benefit-for-a-brighter-future-2016-tickets-22935883846

“Like” us on Facebook…
Be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed. www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

Have a great week!

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Week of May 2 – May 6

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:

Please Note: The countdown is on and there are only 6 weeks left of this school year! Events are constantly added to the list of Important Dates, so make sure you check each week. The most updated information can always be found on the parent blog, so check this page often!

SBAC Testing: SBAC testing continues for students in grades 3-8 until mid May. This is the state testing that students participate in each year. Make sure your student gets plenty of rest each night, a good breakfast, and BE ON TIME each morning!

calendariconMonday, May 2
AVID Meeting for Middle School students at 1:30pm

Tuesday, May 3
Judy Moomaugh Award committee visit – Our wonderful librarian, Paulette Elliott has been nominated for the Judy Moomaugh Excellence Award! On Tuesday, the award committee will be visiting our campus and school library.  She is one of 4 finalists chosen in both San Mateo County and Santa Clara County. The winner will be announced at the end of the month. Good luck Paulette!

Free chess lessons are offered in the YMCA room during lunch time recess every Tuesday for grades 1 – 8  (Sponsored by Roosevelt PTA – thanks to parent donations to the Roosevelt Enrichment Fund)

Wednesday, May 4
Last day to turn in $5 donation for Teacher Appreciation Luncheon

4th grade Field Trip to Red Morton for Make Time for Fitness

Thursday, May 5
6th grade (2nd period Social Studies) PBL Presentation – How do the elements of civilization determine the success of a dynasty?

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Luncheon at 11:30-1:30

Friday, May 6
Last day to turn in RSVP and money for the Mother/Son Event

6th grade (3rd period Social Studies) PBL Presentation – How do the elements of civilization determine the success of a dynasty?

Folk Dance Night in cafeteria (Ising) at 5:30

Saturday, May 7
Mother/Son Event

Important Dates…
May 10 – 5th grade (Room 13) Heal Farm Field Trip
May 10 – 1st grade field trip t0 SF Zoo at 8:00am (PBL Unit: Feathers, Fur & Scales – “How do plants and animals survive in their habitat?)
May 10 – 2nd grade field trip to Coyote Point at 8:30am (PBL Unit: The Buzz About Bees – “How are plants dependent on pollinators?)
May 10 – Heavenly hats fundraiser $1.00
May 10 – 8th grade Graduation Planning Meeting at 6:00pm
May 10 – Heavenly hats fundraiser $1.00.
May 11 – Student of the Month Assemblies
May 12 – Rooms 6A and 6B Special Olympics Field trip to Gunn High School at 8:30am
May 13 – Dare graduation at 8:30am
May 13 – RCEF Benefit at Canada College (more information below)
May 17 – 6th grade computer museum field trip 9:00-2:00
May 17 – AR Banquet for students who made all three AR reading goals
May 17 – 20 – Book Fair in Library (Kinder parents asked to volunteer)
May 18 – Kaiser “Best Me” Assembly for grades 1 – 3 at 8:45am
May 19 – Art Show – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
May 19 – Open House 6:00pm – 7:00pm
May 20 – 7 th grade makers fair field trip
May 23 – 6th grade students leave for their week in Yosemite
May 23 – Spring Instrumental Music Concert at Sequoia High School (Carrington Hall) at 6:30pm
May 23 – Kent Award Ceremony in Foster City
May 25 – 4th grade field trip to San Juan Bautista
May 30 – Memorial Day – No School
May 31 – Crazy Hair Day
May 31 – Talent Show at PCC
June 1 – Field Day. (Need parent helpers)
June 1 – Twin Day
June 2 – Pajama Day
June 2 – Kinder field trip. Raising a reader blue bag field trip to Schaberg library
June 2 – TK field trip   Palo alto junior museum

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – it’s time to buy your tickets! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will be watching the movie “The Good Dinosaur”. Tickets are $5 per person. Look for the red flyer that came home. (More flyers are available in the office)

The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt student will be permitted.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome!

The committee would appreciate donations of cookies, brownies and small sweet treats and bottled waters for the boys event.  Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out or help with waters or treats at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

RCEF Benefit…
Mark your calendars for the RCEF’s Benefit for a Brighter Future event on May 13 at Canada College!

Benefit for a Brighter Future is the Redwood City Education Foundation’s premiere fundraising event, generating up to 30% of our annual income. We are fortunate each year to welcome an ever-growing number of Redwood City’s top educators, community members, and business leaders for an evening of inspiration, fun, and opportunity. If you would like to sponsor, help with the event, or just learn more, please contact us at: info@rcef.org or phone 650-269-0430. Early Bird tickets are available now at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rcef-benefit-for-a-brighter-future-2016-tickets-22935883846

Art Show Help Needed…
The end of the school year is approaching and our Art teacher, Marlene Perez, has planning for the May 19 Art Show on her mind.  She will be needing volunteers on May 18 & 19  to prep, label, and install the art and then more volunteers on May 20 to take it all down. If you can staple, she needs your help! No other skills required!

2nd Grade parents are being asked to help with this event. Please contact Marlene at marlenevperez@comcast.net

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Luncheon…
It’s that time again when we say a big “Thank You!” to the teachers and staff of Roosevelt School! The luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday, May 5 in the Staff Room. The PTA is asking for a donation of $5 per family to help pay for the caterer. Please check for flyers coming home with more information.

“Like” us on Facebook…
Be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed. www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

Have a great week!

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Week of April 25 – April 29

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:

Please note: SBAC testing begins on April 25 for students in grades 3-8 until mid May. This is the state testing that students participate in each year. Make sure your student gets plenty of rest each night, a good breakfast, and BE ON TIME each morning!

calendariconMonday, April 25
Rooms 6A & 6B field trip to Hiller Aviation Museum

PTA Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14. Officers are needed for next year’s PTA board! All current officers are termed out at the end of this school year. Without an active PTA, Roosevelt cannot collect the money needed to offer Art, field trips, teacher supplies, etc. Please come to the meeting on Monday night for more information about PTA.
5th graders will be performing at the beginning of the meeting.

Tuesday, April 26
Virtual Penguin Field Trip – 3rd grade (Room 6)

Free chess lessons are offered in the YMCA room during lunch time recess every Tuesday for grades 1 – 8  (Sponsored by Roosevelt PTA – thanks to parent donations to the Roosevelt Enrichment Fund)

Friday, April 29
A – Z Salad Bar in the Cafeteria at Lunch

End of 3rd AR goal period

Bubble parties for students without a discipline referral. Grades TK-2 at 10:00am Grades 3-8 at  2:00pm

Important Dates…
May 2 – AVID Meeting for Middle School students at 1:30pm
May 4 – 4th grade Field Trip to Red Morton for Make Time for Fitness
May 5 – 6th grade (2nd period Social Studies) PBL Presentation – How do the elements of civilization determine the success of a dynasty?
May 5 – Teacher/Staff Appreciation Luncheon at 11:30-1:30
May 6 – 6th grade (3rd period Social Studies) PBL Presentation – How do the elements of civilization determine the success of a dynasty?
May 6 – Folk Dance Night in cafeteria (Ising) at 5:30
May 7 – Mother/Son Event (Please Note: the date on the yellow parent calendar is incorrectly listed as May 2)
May 10 – 5th grade (Room 13) Heal Farm Field Trip
May 10 – 1st grade field trip t0 SF Zoo at 8:00am
May 10 – 2nd grade field trip to Coyote Point at 8:30am
May 10 – 8th grade Graduation Planning Meeting at 6:00pm
May 11 – Student of the Month Assemblies
May 12 – Rooms 6A and 6B Special Olympics Field trip to Gunn High School at 8:30am
May 13 – RCEF Benefit at Canada College (more information below)
May 17 – AR Banquet for students who made all three AR reading goals (date to be confirmed)
May 19 – Art Show – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
May 19 – Open House 6:00pm – 7:00pm
May 23 – 6th grade students leave for their week in Yosemite
May 23 – Spring Instrumental Music Concert at Sequoia High School (Carrington Hall) at 6:30pm
May 24 – Last PTA Meeting of the year
May 30 – Memorial Day – No School
May 31 – Talent Show at PCC

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – it’s time to buy your tickets! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will be watching the movie “The Good Dinosaur”. Tickets are $5 per person. Look for the red flyer that came home. (More flyers are available in the office)

The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt student will be permitted.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome!

The committee would appreciate donations of cookies, brownies and small sweet treats and bottled waters for the boys event.  Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out or help with waters or treats at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

RCEF Benefit…
Mark your calendars for the RCEF’s Benefit for a Brighter Future event on May 13 at Canada College!

Benefit for a Brighter Future is the Redwood City Education Foundation’s premiere fundraising event, generating up to 30% of our annual income. We are fortunate each year to welcome an ever-growing number of Redwood City’s top educators, community members, and business leaders for an evening of inspiration, fun, and opportunity. If you would like to sponsor, help with the event, or just learn more, please contact us at: info@rcef.org or phone 650-269-0430. Early Bird tickets are available now at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rcef-benefit-for-a-brighter-future-2016-tickets-22935883846

Art Show Help Needed…
The end of the school year is approaching and our Art teacher, Marlene Perez, has planning for the May 19 Art Show on her mind.  She will be needing volunteers on May 18 & 19  to prep, label, and install the art and then more volunteers on May 20 to take it all down. If you can staple, she needs your help! No other skills required! Please contact Marlene at marlenevperez@comcast.net

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Luncheon…
It’s that time again when we say a big “Thank You!” to the teachers and staff of Roosevelt School! The luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday, May 5 in the Staff Room. The PTA is asking for a donation of $5 per family to help pay for the caterer. Please check for flyers coming home with more information.

“Like” us on Facebook…
Be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed. www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

Have a great week!

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Week of April 18 – April 22

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, April 18
Reclassification ceremony 7:30pm at MIT Auditorium for ELL (English Language Learner) students that passed the CELDT (California English Language Development Test) and are now considered English Language proficient. Congratulations to the 60 Roosevelt students that will be reclassifying on Monday!

Tuesday, April 19
7th grade field trip to the historical buildings at 9:00

Cursive class begins after school at 2:30pm for 3rd- 6th graders (more information below)

Wednesday, April 20
Animal Adaptation virtual field trip room 6

Friday, April 22
Parent Coffee at 8:00am in Room 1! Come and enjoy a cup of coffee with the principal! Parents are invited to come and meet with Principal Girardi over a cup of coffee and snacks. Hear first hand about district and school news, talk about any issues or concerns you may have or just come for the coffee. This is a very casual meeting so if you can only drop in for a few minutes, you’re still welcome to attend. If you have a younger child, you are welcome to bring him/her. Tell a friend!

TK field trip Common Ground Gardeners

Ising Open House – for 1st grade girls & 2nd and 3rd grade girls currently in Ising and parents

Important Dates…
April 25 – SBAC testing begins for students in grades 3-8
April 28 – End of 3rd AR goal period
May 7 – Mother/Son Event (Please Note: the date on the yellow parent calendar is incorrectly listed as May 2)
May 13 – RCEF Benefit at Canada College (more information below)
May 17 – AR Banquet for students who made all three AR reading goals (date to be confirmed)
May 19 – Art Show – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
May 19 – Open House 6:00pm – 7:00pm
May 23 – 6th grade students leave for their week in Yosemite
May 23 – Spring Instrumental Music Concert at Sequoia High School (Carrington Hall) at 6:30pm
May 30 – Memorial Day – No School

Cursive Writing Class…
Did you know that California eliminated cursive writing in the standards about 4 years ago? Unfortunately, that means that our students can’t read or write anything in cursive – or even write their own signature! Roosevelt’s PTA asked for an after school class to be taught to students in grades 3-6 and Ms. Girardi delivered! A former Roosevelt teacher will be on site after school on Tuesdays & Thursdays in Room 11 to offer 6 sessions of cursive writing instruction. The cost is $40 per student to pay for the teacher. Please see the flyer that came home in last Thursday’s folder for more information and to sign up!

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – it’s time to buy your tickets! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will be watching the movie “The Good Dinosaur”. Tickets are $5 per person. Look for the red flyer that came home in last Thursday’s folders.

The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt student will be permitted.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome!

We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup. The committee would also appreciate cookies, brownies and small sweet treat donations and bottled waters for the boys event.  Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out or help with waters or treats at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

RCEF Benefit…
Mark your calendars for the RCEF’s Benefit for a Brighter Future event on May 13 at Canada College!

Benefit for a Brighter Future is the Redwood City Education Foundation’s premiere fundraising event, generating up to 30% of our annual income. We are fortunate each year to welcome an ever-growing number of Redwood City’s top educators, community members, and business leaders for an evening of inspiration, fun, and opportunity. If you would like to sponsor, help with the event, or just learn more, please contact us at: info@rcef.org or phone 650-269-0430. Early Bird tickets are available now at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rcef-benefit-for-a-brighter-future-2016-tickets-22935883846

Art Show Help Needed…
The end of the school year is approaching and our Art teacher, Marlene Perez, has planning for the May 19 Art Show on her mind.  She will be needing volunteers on May 18 & 19  to prep, label, and install the art and then more volunteers on May 20 to take it all down. If you can staple, she needs your help! No other skills required! Please contact Marlene at marlenevperez@comcast.net

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of April 11 – April 15

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, April 11
Classes resume. Welcome back!

Site Council Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14. On this month’s agenda: safety, staffing and Measure W spending. All are welcome to attend.

Tuesday, April 12
Fire Drill at 10:15

Author Lauren Tarshi, author of the “I Survived” series of books visits grades 4-7 at 10:30

GATE testing

8th Grade Graduation planning meeting at 7:00pm

Wednesday, April 13
4th grade (Rooms 4 & 5) Virtual Field Trip – Animal Adaptation at 9:20am

Thursday, April 14
5th grade Student of the Month Assembly at 10:00

Friday, April 15
8th grade Field Trip – Exploratorium

1st grade Wildcare Nature Van at 9:20

Important Dates…
April 18 – Reclassification ceremony at MIT at 7:30pm
April 19 – 7th grade field trip to the historical buildings at 9:00
April 19 – Cursive class begins after school at 2:30pm
April 20 – Animal Adaptation virtual field trip room 6
April 22  – Parent Coffee at 8:00am in Room 1
April 22 – TK field trip Common Ground Gardeners
April 22 – Ising Open House – first grade girls attend and 2/3 Ising girls
May 7 – Mother/Son Event (Please Note: the date on the yellow parent calendar is incorrectly listed as May 2)

Yard Duty Position Available…
Roosevelt currently has a yard duty position open. The hours are approximately 11:00am – 1:15pm. This is a paid position. If you are interested, please contact Gwen in the school office at 369-5597 or gthomas@rcsdk8.net. You will have to fill out an application with the district and get fingerprinted.

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – Save the Date! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt student will be permitted. Tickets will go on sale at a later date, each ticket will be $5 per person.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome! Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Reminders for Friday, April 1

Free Dress…reminder
Friday, April 1 is a Free Dress Friday for all students!

Dismissal…
Don’t forget that this is a Super Minimum Day! – All grades dismissed at 12:00 noon

AIM High Applications Due…
AIM High  is a summer “bridge” program for students in grades 5-8.  Please contact the school office if you need additional information. Applications must be turned into the office by Friday morning.

Outdoor Education…
5th graders will be returning on Friday afternoon from their week in Jones Gulch for Outdoor Education. Welcome back 5th graders!

Spring Break…
Our Spring Break is next week (April 4 – April 8). The school office will be closed. Classes will resume on Monday, April 11.

Have a great Spring Break!

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Week of March 28 – April 1

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, March 28
5th Grade students leave for their week of Outdoor Education!

Student of the Month Assemblies

PTA Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14.  The PTA will be discussing the status of current fundraisers and direct donations fundraising. All are welcome to attend and Spanish translation is available. Free childcare is offered in the YMCA room.

Tuesday, March 29
Order forms due for “I Survived” books (see below) The author is visiting grades 4-7, but students in all grades my order the books.

Friday, April 1
Free Dress Friday!

Super Minimum Day! – All grades dismissed at 12:00 noon

Important Dates…
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume
April 12 – Author Lauren Tarshi visits grades 4-7 ** (see information below)
April 15 – 8th grade Field Trip – Exploratorium

Author Lauren Tarshi Visit…
The author of the I Survived series of books will be visiting Roosevelt on April 12. Each book in my series tells a terrifying and thrilling story from history, through the eyes of a boy who lived to tell the tale. For every $200 spent, The Reading Bug will donate $12 in BigBucks to go towards the purchase of more books for our school’s library.

Parents may order signed copies of her books with the following order form: ISurvivedOrders

Yard Duty Position Available…
Roosevelt currently has a yard duty position open. The hours are approximately 11:00am – 1:15pm. This is a paid position. If you are interested, please contact Gwen in the school office at 369-5597 or gthomas@rcsdk8.net. You will have to fill out an application with the district and get fingerprinted.

Writing Camp…
There are still a few scholarships available for the Roosevelt Summer Creative Writing Camp—June 13-17, 2016 from 9 am to 3 pm at Roosevelt School.  Age group is for entering 4th – 8th graders.  Campers will write fiction and poetry on the topic of “pets” and will design and publish their own books.  The full workshop tuition is covered except for a $25 registration fee. Please visit the Roosevelt School Office for more information and an application.  Online registration is also available for non-scholarship students at www.peninsulayoungwriters.org.

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – Save the Date! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt will be permitted. Tickets will go on sale at a later date, each ticket will be $5 per person.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome! Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of March 21 – March 25

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, March 21
Site Council Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14.  On the agenda for this month’s meeting: school and district updates, staffing, and school safety.  All are encouraged to attend and Spanish translation is available.

Tuesday, March 22
Parents are invited to come and meet with Principal Girardi over a cup of coffee and breakfast snacks at 8:00am in Room 1 (the room across the hall from the school office). Hear first hand about district and school news, talk about any issues or concerns you may have or just come for the coffee. This is also a great opportunity to meet other Roosevelt parents! This is a very casual meeting so if you can only drop in for a few minutes, you’re still welcome to attend. If you have a younger child, you are welcome to bring him/her. Tell a friend!

Family Science & Literacy Night – Gadgets in Motion! Come and join us for the fun! 6:00pm – 7:30pm in the Cafeteria. Students from all grades and their families are welcome to attend.

Wednesday, March 23
Spring Picture Day! Students may wear Free Dress for pictures. Parents will receive an order form with a proof of the picture in the coming weeks.

5th Grade (Room 11) Science PBL Presentation: “How are substances formed when you Mix It Up?” in Room 11 at 8:30am

Thursday, March 24
Last Day to turn in Raffle tickets and money for the Spring Raffle! Good luck to all those that have entered! (More information below)

7th Grade Science PBL Presentation: Which body system should win the award for Best Body System in a Supporting Role? Come and find out what our 7th graders have discovered about the body systems! Presentations begin at 8:00am in Room 9.

Restaurant Fundraiser at The Old Spaghetti Factory! The Old Spaghetti Factory at 2107 Broadway Street in Redwood City will donate 15% of net sales back to Roosevelt on Thursday, March 24. Please remember to bring the white flyer that came home on Thursday. Extra flyers will be available in the school office until 3:30pm on Thursday. We hope to see you there!

Friday, March 25
No School

Important Dates…
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
March 28 – Student of the Month Assemblies
March 28 – PTA Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14
April 1 – Free Dress Friday!
April 1 – Super Minimum Day! – All grades dismissed at 12:00
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume
April 12 – Author Lauren Tarshi visits grades 4-7
April 15 – 8th grade Field Trip – Exploratorium

Yard Duty Position Available…
Roosevelt currently has a yard duty position open. The hours are approximately 11:00am – 1:15pm. This is a paid position. If you are interested, please contact Gwen in the school office at 369-5597 or gthomas@rcsdk8.net. You will have to fill out an application with the district and get fingerprinted.

Writing Camp…
There are still a few scholarships available for the Roosevelt Summer Creative Writing Camp—June 13-17, 2016 from 9 am to 3 pm at Roosevelt School.  Age group is for entering 4th – 8th graders.  Campers will write fiction and poetry on the topic of “pets” and will design and publish their own books.  The full workshop tuition is covered except for a $25 registration fee. Please visit the Roosevelt School Office for more information and an application.  Online registration is also available for non-scholarship students at www.peninsulayoungwriters.org.

Spring Raffle…
The REF Spring Raffle has begun! Flyers and tickets went home in last Thursday’s folder. For just $1 for each ticket, you have a chance to win some AMAZING prizes!  1st prize is 4 Disneyland Park Hopper passes! Other prizes include an XBOX One, 13″ Chromebook, restaurant gift cards, RedBox gift cards and more! This is your chance to win a great prize and help our school! You can get more raffle tickets from the office and the tickets can be sold to friends, family, co-workers, etc.  The drawing will be held on Thursday, March 24, so get your tickets turned in!

All proceeds benefit the students of Roosevelt school.

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – Save the Date! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt will be permitted. Tickets will go on sale at a later date, each ticket will be $5 per person.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome! Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of March 14 – March 18

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:

calendariconReminder! Sunday was the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. Make sure all of your clocks were moved FORWARD one hour!

Monday, March 14 – Friday, March 18
Parent/Teacher Conferences Begin – Minimum Day Schedule – all Kinders on Early Bird Schedule, Grades 1 & 2 released at 1:00pm, Grades 3 – 8 released at 1:20pm

4th Grade Field Trip to the 49ers Museum at Levi Stadium

Thursday, March 17
Happy St Patrick’s Day! Wear green! (Students wearing something green may have free dress)

1st grade PBL Presentation – Me on the Map — How do we make a map of the school?

Talent Show Auditions! Grades K – 4 at 1:20-2:20 and Grades 5 – 8 at 2:20 – 3:00 in the Cafeteria

Important Dates…
March 23 – Spring Picture Day
March 24 – Spring Raffle Drawing!
March 25 – No School
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
April 1 – Free Dress Friday!
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume

Parents Needed…
The PTA is looking for officers for next year – Secretary, President, Treasurer, etc. All positions will be termed out this year by the current board.  (Positions may be shared by more than one person.) Please contact Principal Girardi if you are interested in any position by calling the office at 369-5597 or pgirardi@rcsdk8.net

Spring Raffle…
The REF Spring Raffle has begun! Flyers and tickets went home in last Thursday’s folder. For just $1 for each ticket, you have a chance to win some AMAZING prizes!  1st prize is 4 Disneyland Park Hopper passes! Other prizes include an XBOX One, 13″ Chromebook, restaurant gift cards, RedBox gift cards and more! This is your chance to win a great prize and help our school! You can get more raffle tickets from the office and the tickets can be sold to friends, family, co-workers, etc.  The drawing will be held on Thursday, March 24, so get your tickets turned in!

All proceeds benefit the students of Roosevelt school.

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – Save the Date! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt will be permitted. Tickets will go on sale at a later date, each ticket will be $5 per person.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome! Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of March 7 – March 11

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, March 7
Kent Award Committee site visit. Roosevelt has once again been nominated for the J. Russell Kent Award! This time it’s for our Annual Reading Fair. Someone from the Kent Award committee will be visiting Roosevelt to talk to some students, teachers and Tracy DaCosta about our Reading Fair.

Thursday, March 10
Spring Raffle begins! (more information below)

Friday, March 11
3rd Grade Ohlone Museum

TK Math Literacy Lab Workshop in the Library

Important Dates…
March 17 – Happy St Patrick’s Day! Wear green! (Students wearing something green may have free dress)
March 17 – 1st grade PBL Presentation – Me on the Map — How do we make a map of the school?
March 14 – March 18 – Parent Teacher Conferences – Minimum Day Schedule
March 23 – Spring Picture Day
March 25 – No School
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
April 1 – Free Dress Friday!
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume

Parents Needed…
The PTA is looking for officers for next year – Secretary, President, Treasurer, etc. All positions will be termed out this year by the current board.  (Positions may be shared by more than one person.) Please contact Principal Girardi if you are interested in any position by calling the office at 369-5597 or pgirardi@rcsdk8.net

Spring Raffle…
The REF Spring Raffle begins this Thursday! Watch your Thursday folders for more information. For just $1 for each ticket, you have a chance to win some AMAZING prizes!  1st prize is 4 Disneyland Park Hopper passes! Other prizes include an XBOX One, 13″ Chromebook, restaurant gift cards, RedBox gift cards and more! This is your chance to win a great prize and help our school! You can get more raffle tickets from the office and the tickets can be sold to friends, family, co-workers, etc.  The drawing will be held on Thursday, March 24, so get your tickets turned in!

All proceeds benefit the students of Roosevelt school.

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – Save the Date! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt will be permitted. Tickets will go on sale at a later date, each ticket will be $5 per person.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome! Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of February 29 – March 4

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, February 29
Student of the Month Assemblies

Tuesday, March 1
RSVP due for the Princess Ball. Tickets are $5 per person. (More information about the Princess Ball below)

Wednesday, March 2
Read Across America! Volunteers from Target will be reading to our 2nd graders.

Thursday, March 3
AIM High visits 5th grade. AIM High is a summer “bridge” program for students in grades 5-8.  Please contact the school office if you are interested in this wonderful program for your child this summer. Last week, Aim High’s co-founder and executive director, Alec Lee, was honored by President Obama as a Champion of Change.

Friday, March 4
Free Dress Friday!

Author visit for grades 1-3 AaronReynolds

Saturday, March 5
Princess Ball! Doors open at 6:30pm and Dancing begins at 7:00pm (more information below)

Important Dates…
March 7 – Kent Award Committee site visit
March 11 – 3rd Grade Ohlone Museum
March 11 – TK Math Literacy Lab Workshop in the Library
March 17 – Happy St Patrick’s Day! Wear green!
March 17 – 1st grade PBL Presentation – Me on the Map — How do we make a map of the school?
March 14 – March 18 – Parent Teacher Conferences – Minimum Day Schedule
March 23 – Spring Picture Day
March 25 – No School
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
April 1 – Free Dress Friday!
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume

Princess Ball…
The Princess Ball is coming this Saturday, March 5th. The final day to RSVP is Tuesday 3/1! Tickets will not be sold at the door and no admission will be allowed without a ticket. Don’t miss out on this spectacular evening! Third grade is hosting the event this year, but volunteers from all grades are welcome. Volunteer sign-ups are posted outside of the office and rooms 4, 5 & 6. New this year, a chocolate fountain! Consider donating any amount to help offset the cost. Donations can be made in the office. For more information please contact Nicole Lynch at lynch5600@aol.com or Karen Berg Smith at kazberg66@yahoo.com.

Parents Needed…
The PTA is looking for officers for next year – Secretary, President, Treasurer, etc. All positions will be termed out this year by the current board.  (Positions may be shared by more than one person.) Please contact Principal Girardi if you are interested in any position by calling the office at 369-5597 or pgirardi@rcsdk8.net

Boys Event…
Parents of boys – Save the Date! The Roosevelt Boys Event will be held on Saturday, May 7. The Roosevelt Boys event is for Roosevelt Boys & their special person only, no child that is not a boy or Roosevelt will be permitted. Tickets will go on sale at a later date, each ticket will be $5 per person.

5th grade parents are being asked to volunteer, but all volunteers are welcome! Please contact Amber Moeckel if you can help out at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

This is a “Red Carpet” movie event so bring your blankets and enjoy some treats and enjoy the movie! We will need help with the photo booth, which already has an attendant but we’d like someone to help with props. We need help serving Sweet treats and with the  popcorn machine. Volunteers are also needed with setup & cleanup.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of February 22 – February 26

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, February 22
Black History Assembly – Grades 1-8

PTA Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14.  The PTA will be discussing the status of current fundraisers and direct donations fundraising and looking at the PTA’s budget for this year. All are welcome to attend and Spanish translation is available. Free childcare is offered in the YMCA room. Our 2nd Graders will be presenting at the beginning of the meeting.

Tuesday, February 23
4th Grade Field Trip to the Tech Museum

Come and join us for the Family Science & Literacy Night – Super Powers! This event begins at 6:00pm in the Cafeteria

Wednesday, February 24
8th Grade PBL Presentation – Chemistry “How do chemicals impact our lives?” Room 19 at 8:15am

Thursday, February 25
Intent to Return slips due! Please fill out the slip that cam home to let the office know if your child will be returning to Roosevelt for the 2016/2017 school year. There are wait lists for several grades for next year. The office needs to let the District Office know how many spots will be available.

Restaurant Fundraiser at The Habit in Sequoia Station (1111 El Camino Real) from 2:00pm-9:00pm. Present your flyer when you order and The Habit will donate 20% of your receipt back to Roosevelt! More flyers are available in the school office.

SPARK Match Night at 5:00pm

Friday, February 26
8th Grade “College Bound!” Field Trip to UC Santa Cruz

Author Visit for grades 3-5 — Margarita Engle

Important Dates…
February 29 – Student of the Month Assemblies
March 1 – RSVP due for the Princess Ball
March 3 – AIM High visits 5th grade
March 4 – Free Dress Friday!
March 4 – Author visit for grades 1-3 AaronReynolds
March 5 – Princess Ball!
March 7 – Kent Award Committee site visit
March 11 – 3rd Grade Ohlone Museum
March 11 – TK Math Literacy Lab Workshop in the Library
March 17 – Happy St Patrick’s Day! Wear green!
March 14 – March 18 – Parent Teacher Conferences – Minimum Day Schedule
March 23 – Spring Picture Day
March 25 – No School
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
April 1 – Free Dress Friday!
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume

Princess Ball…
The Princess Ball is coming on Saturday, March 5th. Final day to RSVP is Tuesday 3/1, tickets will not be sold at the door and no admission without a ticket. Don’t miss out on this spectacular evening. Third grade is hosting the event this year, but volunteers from all grades are welcome. Volunteer sign-ups are posted outside of the office and rooms 4, 5 & 6. New this year, a chocolate fountain! Consider donating any amount to help offset the cost. Donations can be made in the office. For more information please contact Nicole Lynch at lynch5600@aol.com or Karen Berg Smith at kazberg66@yahoo.com.

Chuck E Cheese Restaurant Fundraiser…
Thank you to the families that supported the restaurant fundraiser at Chuck E Cheese. We raised $313.81!

Parent Volunteers Needed…
We’re still looking for parents to work with the different grade levels and chair events because many of our current event chairs will be graduating out of Roosevelt with their student this year or next. Events are assigned to grade levels for the work, but we need people that are willing to direct the volunteers.

The PTA is looking for officers for next year – Secretary, President, Treasurer, etc. All positions will be termed out this year by the current board.  (Positions may be shared by more than one person.) Please contact Principal Girardi if you are interested in any position by calling the office at 369-5597 or pgirardi@rcsdk8.net

And finally, we need help with our school’s blog and Facebook account. You can decide your level of help – taking pictures in classrooms to be posted on the blog and Facebook page or writing a weekly update once per month.

Anyone interested in any of the above opportunities should contact the school office.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of February 15 – February 19

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, February 15
President’s Day – No School

Tuesday, February 16
3rd Grade Field Trip to San Mateo County History Museum

Friday, February 19
Student of the Month Bubble Gum Party for students who haven’t received any referral/purple forms

Important Dates…
February 22 – Black History Assembly
February 22 – PTA Meeting in Room 14 at 6:00pm
February 23 – 4th Grade Field Trip to the Tech Museum
February 23 – Family Science Night – Super Powers! – 6:00pm in the Cafeteria
February 25 – Intent to return slips due
February 25 – Parent Coffee with Principal Girardi
February 25 – Restaurant Fundraiser
February 26 – 8th Grade Field Trip to UC Santa Cruz
February 26 – Author Visit for grades 3-5 — Margarita Engle
February 29 – Student of the Month Assemblies
March 5 – Princess Ball!
March 14 – March 18 – Parent Teacher Conferences – Minimum Day Schedule
March 23 – Spring Picture Day
March 25 – No School
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume

Princess Ball…
The Princess Ball is coming on Saturday, March 5th. Look for invites to come home, Thursday 2/18. Third grade is hosting the event this year, but volunteers from all grades are welcome. Volunteer sign-ups and food needs will be posted outside of the office and rooms 4, 5 & 6 on 2/18. For more information please contact Nicole Lynch at lynch5600@aol.com.

Parent Volunteers Needed…
We’re still looking for parents to work with the different grade levels and chair events because many of our current event chairs will be graduating out of Roosevelt with their student this year or next. Events are assigned to grade levels for the work, but we need people that are willing to direct the volunteers.

The PTA is looking for officers for next year – Secretary, President, Treasurer, etc. All positions will be termed out this year by the current board.  (Positions may be shared by more than one person.) Please contact Principal Girardi if you are interested in any position by calling the office at 369-5597 or pgirardi@rcsdk8.net

And finally, we need help with our school’s blog and Facebook account. You can decide your level of help – taking pictures in classrooms to be posted on the blog and Facebook page or writing a weekly update once per month.

Anyone interested in any of the above opportunities should contact the school office.

Parents of 4th Graders…
Are you planning a trip to one of our nation’s national parks? Make sure to go to www.everykidinapark.gov to get a free pass for your 4th grader before you travel.

School Funding Survey…
The new school funding formula (LCFF) by the state requires input from community members for allocating money to programs in the district to better serve students. Please take a few minutes before February 23 to give your input by taking a survery at www.rcsdk8.net/page/5488

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of February 8 – February 12

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, February 8
Site Council Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14

Tuesday, February 9
Candy Gram sales after school by Student Council. All proceeds go towards the purchase of clean water for Flint, Michigan. Candy grams are $1 each.

8th Grade Parent Meeting to plan Graduation Activities in Rm 14 at 6:00pm

Wednesday, February 10
Roosevelt Presents at School Board Meeting (more information below)

Thursday, February 11
AR Goal period #2 Ends! (to check your child’s progress, go to https://hosted122.renlearn.com/278977/HomeConnect/ and have your child enter their AR username and password)

Order forms and money due for Spring Candy Fundraiser!

6th grade PBL presentation – Egyptian Museum at 8:15 in the Cafeteria

Kinder field trip to Hiller Aviation Museum at 8:45am (all Kinders on Early Bird Schedule)

8th grade College Bound! field trip to Stanford University

Friday, February 12
President’s Weekend – No School

Important Dates…
February 15 – President’s Weekend – No School
February 16 – 3rd Grade Field Trip to San Mateo County History Museum
February 22 – Black History Assembly
February 22 – PTA Meeting in Room 14 at 6:00pm
February 23 – 4th Grade Field Trip to the Tech Museum
February 23 – Family Science Night – Super Powers! – 6:00pm in the Cafeteria
February 25 – Parent Coffee with Principal Girardi
February 25 – Restaurant Fundraiser
February 26 – 8th Grade Field Trip to UC Santa Cruz
February 26 – Author Visit for grades 3-5 — Margarita Engle
February 29 – Student of the Month Assemblies
March 5 – Princess Ball!
March 14 – March 18 – Parent Teacher Conferences – Minimum Day Schedule
March 23 – Spring Picture Day
March 25 – No School
March 28 – 5th Graders leave for Outdoor Education Week
April 4 – April 8 – Spring Break — No School
April 11 – Classes Resume

Roosevelt Board Report…
Each school is scheduled to make a presentation to the School Board once every 2 years. On February 10 at 7:00pm, it’s Roosevelt’s turn to present to the School Board. Parents and students are welcome to attend to hear about what Ms. Girardi has planned for Roosevelt and to show your support for our school and teachers. The presentation should last about 30 minutes.

Too Busy to Clip those BoxTops?…
Well, consider this: Last year Roosevelt earned $917.40 from BoxTops. This year we’ve already earned $766.70! Please remember to keep collecting BoxTops all year. You can wait for a BoxTops contest, or turn them in to your child’s teacher or the office at any time during the year.

Parent Volunteers Needed…
We’re still looking for parents to work with the different grade levels and chair events because many of our current event chairs will be graduating out of Roosevelt with their student this year or next. Events are assigned to grade levels for the work, but we need people that are willing to direct the volunteers.

The PTA is looking for officers for next year – Secretary, President, Treasurer, etc. All positions will be termed out this year by the current board.  (Positions may be shared by more than one person.) Please contact Principal Girardi if you are interested in any position by calling the office at 369-5597 or pgirardi@rcsdk8.net

And finally, we need help with our school’s blog and Facebook account. You can decide your level of help – taking pictures in classrooms to be posted on the blog and Facebook page or writing a weekly update once per month.

Anyone interested in any of the above opportunities should contact the school office.

School Funding Survey…
The new school funding formula (LCFF) by the state requires input from community members for allocating money to programs in the district to better serve students. Please take a few minutes before February 23 to give your input by taking a survery at www.rcsdk8.net/page/5488

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of January 25 – January 29

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, January 25
Reading Fair projects due! Drop them off in the School Office from 7:30-8:00am or 2:00-4:30pm in the Cafeteria. All project boards MUST be checked in to receive a competition number. Please double check the Reading Fair Project Checklist to make sure that your child’s board has all of the required information. Points are deducted for any missing information. Remember: your child’s name must be on the BACK of the board. Good luck to all of the entries!

Kinder & 1st Grade Water Conservation presentation

PTA Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14.  The PTA will be discussing the status of current fundraisers and direct donations fundraising and looking at the PTA’s budget for this year. All are welcome to attend and Spanish translation is available. Free childcare is offered in the YMCA room.

Tuesday, January 26
Reading Fair judging begins at 8:30am in the Cafeteria. Our judges will be arriving on campus after 8:00am.

Reading Fair Reception! Come and see all of the entries at 6:00pm in the Cafeteria. Awards will be announced and prizes given at 6:30pm.

Wednesday, January 27
Restaurant fundraiser at Chuck E Cheese (2541 El Camino) from 3:00pm – 9:00pm. Chuck E Cheese will donate 15% of sales back to Roosevelt. Invite friends and family and help raise more money for Roosevelt!

Friday, January 29
8th Grade field trip to Alcatraz

Important Dates…
February 4 – Lockdown Drill
February 5 – 100th Day of School activities for K-2
February 5 – DARE program in 5th grade
February 8 – Site Council Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14
February 9 – Family Science Night – Super Powers! – 6:00pm in the Cafeteria
February 10 – Roosevelt Presents at School Board Meeting (more information below)
February 11 – 8:45 Kinder field trip to Hiller Aviation Museum
February 11 – 8th grade College Bound! field trip to Stanford University
February 12 & 15 – President’s Weekend – No School

Parent Volunteers Needed…
We’re looking for parents to work with the different grade levels and chair events because many of our current event chairs will be graduating out of Roosevelt with their student this year or next. Events are assigned to grade levels for the work, but we need people that are willing to direct the volunteers.

The PTA is looking for parents to organize restaurant fundraisers which involves contacting restaurant managers, arranging a date and sending out flyers.

And finally, we need help with our school’s blog and Facebook account. You can decide your level of help – taking pictures in classrooms to be posted on the blog and Facebook page or writing a weekly update once per month.

Anyone interested in any of the above opportunities should attend the January 25th PTA meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14 or contact the school office.

Roosevelt Board Report…
Each school is scheduled to make a presentation to the School Board once every 2 years. On February 10 at 7:00pm, it’s Roosevelt’s turn to present to the School Board. Parents and students are welcome to attend to hear about what Ms. Girardi has planned for Roosevelt and to show your support for our school and teachers. The presentation should last about 30 minutes.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of January 18 – January 22

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, January 18
Martin Luther King Day – No School

Friday, January 22
Canceled – Family Movie Night

Important Dates…
January 25 – Reading Fair entries due
January 25 – PTA Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14
January 26 – Reading Fair Night at 6:00pm
January 27 – Restaurant Fundraiser at Chuck E Cheese’s
February 8 – Site Council Meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14
February 12 & 15 – President’s Weekend – No School

Reading Fair Kits…
If you and your child are interested in this year’s Reading Fair, you can still pick up a starter kit! The starter kit includes 1 tri-fold presentation board, 1 set of markers, glue, construction paper and Reading Fair instructions. Please have your student come to the office to pick up an application. All participating students must return a signed application to receive a starter kit.

All grade levels may participate! Students in the younger grades may work on this project with their families.

Reading Fair entries are due on Monday, January 25. Judging will be held on the morning of January 26. Ribbons and prizes for the winning entries will be given at the Reading Fair Reception on Tuesday, January 26 at 5:30pm in the Cafeteria.

Mother/Son Event…
The planning is well under way for this year’s Mother/Son Event. They are looking for a large popcorn machine for the event. If anyone has one or knows where they can get one, please contact Amber Moeckel at amberdawn519@yahoo.com

Parent Volunteers Needed…
We’re looking for parents to work with the different grade levels and chair events because many of our current event chairs will be graduating out of Roosevelt with their student this year or next. Events are assigned to grade levels for the work, but we need people that are willing to direct the volunteers.

The PTA is also looking for parents to organize restaurant fundraisers which involves contacting restaurant managers, arranging a date and sending out flyers.

And finally, we need help with our school’s blog and Facebook account. You can decide your level of help – taking pictures in classrooms to be posted on the blog and Facebook page or writing a weekly update once per month.

Anyone interested in any of the above opportunities should attend the January 25th PTA meeting at 6:00pm in Room 14 or contact the school office.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!

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Week of January 4 – January 8

Welcome back and Happy New Year!

Mark your calendars for the following events at Roosevelt:calendaricon

Monday, January 4
Teacher Training Day – No School

Applications due for Parent Advisory Council. We need two parents to represent Roosevelt! (more information below)

Tuesday, January 5
Classes Resume

Friday, January 8
First Friday of the Month – Free Dress

Important Dates…
January 11 – Water Conservation Drawing awards at City Hall
January 12 – Outdoor Education Meeting for 5th grade parents

Superintendent’s Advisory Council of Parents…
If you’ve wanted to get involved somehow, but haven’t known how, here’s your chance! This is a REALLY easy commitment of attending just 5 evening meetings this year. So far the district hasn’t received any applications from Roosevelt parents.

Superintendent Dr. John Baker is forming a Superintendent’s Advisory Council of Parents to provide him with information about important issues facing the district.  The group will be comprised of up to 2 parents from each school in the district, and will meet from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month from January-May, 2016. Applications are due by December 18. If you’re interested, go to http://bit.ly/21nzNLw

Spirit Wear…
All sizes of sweat pants and hoodies are in stock. Spirit wear may be purchased in the school office. Please be aware that the office is quite busy at the start of each school day and at dismissal, so please be patient with our office staff.

Street Signs…
Another big thank you to our 100%er families for donating their $150 to Roosevelt’s PTA!

Nine families won the chance to rename a hallway at school and the signs are now hanging. The Main Hallway is now Indiana Avenue and to get to the Cafeteria, you need to take Scooby Lane! Is your child’s classroom now on Skywalker Blvd or Windy Way? The next time you’re on campus, take a look!

A big congratulations to our winners and another thank you to our generous families! Your support has enabled the PTA to pay for our Art teacher Mrs. Perez, field trips (up to $20 per student), and SMART boards in the 3 – 8 classrooms. Our PTA would like to be able to fund so much more this year, so please support our PTA’s fundraising efforts!

Future Chef Competition!…
Students through 5th grade are invited to enter the Future Chef competition for the 2015/2016 school year. This year students can submit their recipes for their favorite healthy breakfast. Recipes will be collected through January 15, 2016. The contest will be held at Hawes Elementary School on February 25, 2016 from 3:00-5:00 pm. A finalist from each school will be selected to participate in the contest.

Judging will be based on the following criteria: Originality, Kid friendly, Ease of preparation, Healthy attributes, Plate presentation and Taste. All participants will receive a certificate, medal, embroidered chef coat, and chef hat. The winner of the event will then be entered into our National competition. Entry forms are available in the school office.

“Like” us on Facebook…
We’ve been posting a lot more content on our school’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” the Roosevelt page to get school and district updates and pictures from the classrooms in your news feed.www.facebook.com/RooseveltElementarySchool

If you’ve liked our page but are not seeing any updates in your timeline, you need to start liking or commenting on occasional posts to have them show in your timeline regularly. You can also click on the “Liked” box and in the pull down menu select “Get Notifications”.

Have a great week!