Mission

Mission: To provide a positive school environment in which students feel valued and supported to pursue learning opportunities for college and career.

Vision

Vision: Roosevelt is a learning community that fosters a culture of high quality educational practice to challenge all students to achieve at their greatest potential.

Latest News

New Student Preview Video

CLICK HERE to find out more information about what Roosevelt Academy has to offer!

Technology Turn-in Information

Thursday June 3rd 6:30AM to 6:00PM

Friday June 4th      6:30AM to 6:00PM

We will be collecting in front of the school.  On “E” Street

ALL devices must be turned in.

 

 

Please click here for updated information on Testing.

We are currently planning our Title I events for the 2021 2022 school year.  If you would like to assist with the Title I plan, compact or other items related to Title I  contact Tamara Woodford at 678-4252. 

View the New Outdoor Dining Area!

Click here to learn more about an exciting new location on the Roosevelt Campus!

Herff Jones Meeting Rescheduled

The meeting for seniors with Herff Jones has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 11th at 8:45 am

Title One Parent Meeting – Testing Update

Please click the link below to view the video.

Testing Update Video

Attention Roosevelt Academy Parents/Guardians of all eSchool Students:

A letter has been mailed to you that requires your response by January 9, 2021.  Please sign and return the letter if your student will continue with eSchool for 2nd semester or if your student is returning to campus learning, contact Mrs. Eubanks by email at carey.eubanks@polk-fl.net or phone at 863-678-4252

Title One Annual Parent Meeting

Click Link Below for Presentation

English

Spanish

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 E-School Student Notice

Students who are participating in eschool have an opportunity to change from eschool to campus learning for Quarter 2. The family of an eschool learner must notify the school office (863-678-4252) by Oct. 16 if wanting their student to return to campus for learning for Quarter 2. Once the office is notified, the exact date for the student to return will be provided. 

Important Notice!

 If your child has been told to quarantine, your child may not return to school until after he/she has completed the quarantine period as specified by the Florida Department of Health. A student who has been told to quarantine but has since received a negative test must still complete the quarantine period before returning to school.

 If your child has been tested for coronavirus, please do not send your child to school until you receive a negative test result. Please notify the school about the situation so that arrangements can be made for your child to participate in online learning.

 If a member of your household has tested positive, please do not send your child to school and call the Florida Department of Health at 863-519-7911 for further direction.

E-Learning Lunch Information

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2020 – 2021 Bell Schedule

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School Shirts 2020-2021

If you would like to purchase shirts please call the school office for information and instructions.

Sizes and Prices Click Here

 Face Coverings for 2020 – 2021 School Year

Students in Grades K-12 and staff must wear face coverings at times required by district.

Face coverings must cover both the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the face.

Students and staff may wear face shields in addition to face coverings.

Face coverings must comply with general dress code and uniform requirements.

It is recommended that students in pre-K also wear face coverings.

Students who have medical or other issues that prevent them from wearing face coverings will be exempt.

Students and staff will provide their own face coverings. They will be provided one if needed.

 

 Roosevelt Media Newsletter & Online Resources

Roosevelt Newsletter 2020

ONLINE RESOURCES

INTERNET OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS

Check out the Internet Options button on Polk County School Board’s website.

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 Instructions for Students for Online Classrooms

https://sites.google.com/a/mypolkschools.net/parent-resources/online-classrooms

 Important Information

COVID 19 PLAN

PCPSInstructionalContinuityPlan20032

 

 

 

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

 

 


 

 

New Outdoor Dining Area!

Throughout the school year the culinary, agriculture and construction academies have been collaboratively working on a project here at Roosevelt Academy. We are so happy to unveil the outdoor dining courtyard! Mrs. Updike, Mr. Cruz and Mr. Sharpless along with all of their hardworking students have completely redesigned this patio area. Complete with fresh landscaping, a custom built pergola, herb boxes and of course the school’s beautiful peach tree, this area will soon be used for outdoor dining. It is a wonderful combination of beauty and functionality that the staff and students at Roosevelt Academy will enjoy for years to come! Thank you to everyone who help support this project and put in time and effort to see it come to life.

Join Us For the SAC Virtual Meeting

SAC Virtual Meeting – 10/22 at 9:00 AM

Please contact the main for office for more information and details on how to participate virtually

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!

Congratulations to our Staff of the Year!

2020-2021

 

Teacher of the Year: Michelle Ogburn

 

School Related Employee of the Year: Sara Edmonds

Bus Delays

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