From the Principal's Corner 4-18-19

Monday the 22nd is Earth Day and the Boise School District will be participating in Black Out Day.
On Monday we will be going low tech and low energy.  We are going to attempt to work with most of our lights off (with readable safety considerations).  Students will be eating lunch outside, participating in a campus clean-up, and working a little in our outdoor classroom.
Teachers are going to plan low tech lessons.  We are hoping to bring awareness to the importance of taking care of our earth. 
In an effort to relieve some pick-up/drop off congestion, ACHD will be installing more no parking signs to the east of our school on Maple St.  After observation by our district transportation supervisor and ACHD, they determined that this was a necessary safety measure.  No parking zones only need to be observed before and after school during peak traffic times. The signs will be installed within the next few weeks.  
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Spring Fling Tickets on Sale

April 27th 5:30 pm

at the BSU Stueckle Sky Center

Spring Fling tickets are on sale now!

Click here to purchase tickets

$45 before April 27

$50 at the door

Parents' Night Out

6-9 PM

$20/ Child

Proceeds go to the Roosevelt Outdoor Classroom.  

Please feed your children dinner prior to dropping off.

We require at least 30 sign ups for this event to proceed.

Click Here to Register


Spring Fling April 27th

  5:30 PM

BSU Stuckle Sky Center 

Roosevelt @ Cafe Zupas Fundraiser April 30th

  5-9 PM

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Parents Night Out May 3rd

6-9 pm

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Raider's Pride Day May 5th

 Show up in Spirit Wear or School Colors

Cultural Festival @ Whitney Elementary May 17th

Click Here to Learn More & For RSVP Form

Grades 4-6 Spring Program May 9th 

2:00 PM Performance for Parents


Grades 4-6 Spring Program May 10th 

2:00 PM Performance for Parents

**Please note: There will not be a morning performance.
Please come Thursday if at all possible and please only attend one performance because of space limitations. This year you will actually be able to purchase a DVD of the program to take home!

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Your Roosevelt PTA

The mission of The Roosevelt Elementary PTA is to enhance the educational experience of our students by fostering a positive relationship between our school, home, and community. Through fundraising and volunteer efforts, the PTA provides resources to students and staff that complement those provided by the Boise School District.