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
Orientation Video for 2020-2021
2020 – 2021 Bell Schedule
E-School Device Correction
Thursday Morning 9:00 to 11:00AM pick up will be in front of the School.
Orientation for 9th -11th NEW TO ROOSEVELT students who will be on campus (not eschool) will be held on Thursday, August 20th. Due to safety guidelines, only one person may accompany your student. Face coverings must be worn while on campus. Please adhere to the following time schedule.
Families with last names A – L 11:15 -11:45
Families with last names M – Z 12:00 – 12:30
You may park in the bus area located on Lincoln Avenue. We will meet briefly in the gym where schedules, bus information and school shirts will be available. Please contact Tamara Woodford if you have any questions or concerns at 678-4252.
6th Grade Campus Students Orientation
Orientation for 6th grade students who will be on campus (not eschool) will be held on Thursday, August 20th. Due to safety guidelines, only one person may accompany your student. Face coverings must be worn while on campus. Please adhere to the following time schedule.
Families with last names A – H 9:00 am – 9:30am
Families with last names I – P 9:45am – 10:15am
Families with last names Q – Z 10:30am – 11:00 am
You may park in the bus area located on Lincoln Avenue. We will meet briefly in the Gym where schedules, bus information and school shirts will be available. Please contact Tamara Woodford if you have any questions or concerns at 678-4252.
E-School Device Pick up
Thursday 8/20/20 at 9:00AM to 11:00AM
Thursday Evening at 5:00PM to 6:00PM
Friday 8/21/20 at 9:00AM to 11:00AM
Location Bus Loop
Have ID and Student Information Ready
Special Situation, Call Office
School Shirts 2020-2021
If you would like to purchase shirts please call the school office for information and instructions.
School Supply List 2020-2021 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.
New Start Date for 2020/2021 School Year is Aug. 24th, 2020 for Students. Click here for additional information. Parents must complete Learning Survey before July 27th, 2020.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS FOR THE 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR- Complete Survey before July 27th, 2020
For the 2020/2021 school year, there are three options from which to choose for student learning.
Option#1 Campus Learning – this option restores the traditional school day on the school campus for students and staff.
Option#2 Campus eSchool – this option allows students to remain enrolled at their school and take classes virtually through their school until they are ready to return to their school campus.
Option #3 Polk Virtual School – this option allows student to enroll in a virtual school, especially for families that do not foresee their student returning to the school campus.
Please visit https://polkschoolsfl.com/reopening/ on the Polk County Public School website for more information about the options and to complete the Online Intent Form. The Online Intent Form indicating your choice of learning must be completed by July 27, 2020.
Title I Information
If you would like to assist with Title I planning for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Tamara Woodford at Tamara.email@example.com. We are currently working on the school compact / FPEP and would love parent input. Thanks!
Roosevelt Media Newsletter & Online Resources
INTERNET OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS
Check out the Internet Options button on Polk County School Board’s website.
Instructions for Students for Online Classrooms
COVID 19 PLAN
Eagle Status Trip
Eagle’s Landing Makeover
Thanks so much to all who were involved! It is an amazing transformation. Check out the videos to see the change.
Middle School Dance
Construction Academy Field Trip
These students work hard every week and they are rewarded on Early Release Days by enjoying some time together to share what has been going on in their jobs and lives.
Friday, February 14 – Student Holiday/Teacher Workday
Monday, February 17 – President’s Day – Student/Teacher Holiday
January Media News
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
Important Dress Code Facts
Small-XL will be $10.00
2XL will be $11.00
3 XL will be $12.00
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.
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
- Provides small classes and individual attention
- Implements a school-wide behavior management system that provides a safe/structured learning environment.
- Uses positive student recognitions for academic and emotional growth.
- Offers career themes to engage students in potential careers