Mission

Roosevelt Academy of Leadership & Applied Technology strives to provide a varied and challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for student success.

Vision

Roosevelt Academy of Leadership & Applied Technology promotes a safe, orderly, and supportive environment that offers pathways to both college and career opportunities for all students. We will continue to emphasize connections between students and their career opportunities.

Latest News

SAC Meeting

Friday, December 6, 2019

Media Center, 9 a.m.

 

Winter Sale

Friday, December 6, 2019

Hope to see you there!

 

Check out our Media Page!

Book Club is up and running!

Check out the preview videos of the books.

Thanks to our Business Partners!

Pinky Gravley & Sons, Books A Million

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saving Sam Activity

Point Sheet Information

Point Sheets. 19.20

Important Dress Code Facts

Dress Code

 

T-Shirt Prices

2019-2020

Small-XL will be $10.00

2XL will be $11.00

3 XL will be $12.00

   Yearbooks Still on Sale

 

$25.00

Books will include Graduation, Senior Day and all activities at the end of the year. Don’t miss out on having forever memories documented in print. Please pay front office or Ms. Brammer.

Title I Information

We are currently working on our 2019-2020  Title I school compact and plan.  If you would like to participate in this process please contact Mrs. Woodford at 678-4252 for more information.

 

 Parent 2017-2018 Survey Results

1381 2018 Parent Feedback

1381 2018 Parent Feedback Excel Worksheet

Enrollment Changes

Roosevelt Academy of Leadership & Applied Technology is no longer restricted to the enrollment of only ESE students. The school currently enrolls both ESE and non-ESE students that desire a smaller learning type environment.

Roosevelt Academy of Leadership & Applied Technology

  1. Provides small classes and individual attention
  2. Implements a school-wide behavior management system that provides a safe/structured learning environment.
  3. Uses positive student recognitions for academic and emotional growth.
  4. Offers career themes to engage students in potential careers

 

 


 

 

Senior Dates & Activities

 

Friday, April 26 – Prom, 7 – 10 pm, Lake Ashton Club House – $40.00 per person

Friday, May 17 – Seniors Last Day of School (Senior Breakfast, Bok Tower Visit, Graduation Practice)

Friday, May 24 – Graduation at Roosevelt Auditorium. Seniors need to arrive by 6:15

ID Requirements

Student ID Replacement Reminder!

According to the Polk County Code of Conduct: Student identification badges are initially provided to secondary students to ensure safety and security of students and staff. Students must wear the ID card at all times around the neck area when on school grounds. A replacement ID costs $5.00 each time a student must have another one printed. This amount is added as an obligation if the student can not pay the $5.00 on any particular day needed to meet this requirement. Thank you for your help!

Daily Announcements

Congratulations to our Staff of the Year!

2018-2019

Teacher of the Year: Stephanie Hendrick

School Related Employee of the Year: Darlene Palmer

Bus Delays

Check Here for Bus Delays

We thank you for taking an active interest in the lives of our children!

Upcoming Events

Dec
20
Fri
End of 2nd 9-Week Grading Period and 1st Semester
Dec 20 all-day

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Last School Day Before Winter Holidays
Dec 20 all-day

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Jan
3
Fri
Teacher Workday, Student/Paraeducator Holiday
Jan 3 all-day

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Jan
6
Mon
Paraeducators and Students Return After Winter Holidays
Jan 6 all-day
Jan
9
Thu
Grades Due
Jan 9 all-day

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