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


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


Monday, October 8

National Honor Society Induction 5:30 p.m. in Auditorium

Meet Classroom Teachers 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.


GKASdental poster 2019 English & Spanish

Community Service Project

A big “Thank You” to our construction class and Mr. Sharpless for making and donating a picnic table to Spook Hill Elementary.

Science is Happening at Roosevelt

Ms. Mullis’s class completed a Density lab using different concentrations of salt water and food coloring.

Attention Middle School Students

The Tampa Bay Lightning Community Outreach Program will be visiting Roosevelt Academy on October 4 to teach middle school students street hockey. Each middle school student who attends the event will receive a hockey stick and street hockey ball. Students who are enrolled in PE currently have already received permission slips and many of them have turned them in to the coaches. All other middle school students will have the opportunity to pick up a permission slip in the lunchroom starting Tuesday, September 18 through the 21st. The due date to return them will Wednesday, September 26th so that everyone can get scheduled. This is going to be an awesome time and you don’t want to miss out!


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





Congratulations to our Staff of the Year!


Teacher of the Year: Stephanie Hendrick

School Related Employee of the Year: Darlene Palmer

Bus Delays

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

Upcoming Events

Early School Dismissal
Oct 3 all-day

Additional Information: Schools throughout Polk County will dismiss students 2.5 hours early.r

FTE Week
Oct 8 – Oct 12 all-day

Additional Information: School Calendarsr

Open House @ Roosevelt Academy
Oct 8 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Open House/National Honor Society Induction/Title One Meeting
Oct 8 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
End of 1st 9-Week Grading Period
Oct 12 all-day

Additional Information: School Calendarsr