Roosevelt Weekly Announcements

Roosevelt Weekly Agenda January 27th - 31st, 2020 

PTO Meeting on Monday at 6 pm in the Media Center.

Before School Interest Groups will meet on Tuesday morning at 7:05 am. Thank you Rotary Club!

PTO Family Night on Friday. Please watch for more information to be coming home or check out the Roosevelt PTO Facebook page.

Looking ahead:
February 4 Before School Interest Groups 7:05 am
                    PTO Fundraiser at Culver’s 4:30-7 pm
February 6 Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:15-7 pm
February 10 Yearbook orders due
February 11 Before School Interest Groups 7:05 am
                 Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:15-7 pm
February 12 Early Dismissal 12:30 pm
February 14 Valentine Classroom Parties 1:55 pm
February 17 No school for students
February 18 Before School Interest Groups 7:05 am
February 20 3rd Grade OPD speaker 10 am “No Time for Crime”
                      1st Grade Miravida Living visit 1 pm
February 21 5th Grade Lunch and Learn 11:05 am
February 24 PTO Meeting 6 pm
February 25 Before School Interest Groups 7:05 am


Ill Students:  Your child cannot be at school if they have a fever or diarrhea or vomiting.  Once the symptoms are completely gone for 48 hours without medicine, they can return to school.  Please always call school at 920-424-0411, ext. 0 to report any absence. Thank you for your help and understanding in this important matter. 

Dress for the Weather:  With the weather getting cold outside, please make sure your child(ren) is dressed appropriately for school. We are outside 10 minutes before school starts and 30 minutes for lunch recess. All students need boots and snowpants to play on the equipment or on the field. Please make sure hats and gloves are also sent with them. As part of our Roosevelt Way “Being Responsible” please encourage your child to pick up their belongings so nothing is left on the playground or is lost. Please label all your child’s clothing especially since we see many black snow pants!  

School Breakfast :  Roosevelt will be serving breakfast in the gym before school starts.        Breakfast starts at 7:15 am and serves until 7:35 am.  If your child will be dining with us in the morning, please arrive BEFORE 7:30 am so they have enough time to eat their breakfast before the school bell rings at 7:40. If your student will NOT be eating breakfast, please drop them off on the playground at 7:30 am. Breakfast is done being served at 7:40 am. 


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