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  • Morning Announcements--Thursday, June 4

    Good morning, Roosevelt Bears! It's thrilling Thursday, and that means Spirit Day! ! Are you wearing your bear shirt or school colors? Here are your morning announcements featuring our special guest, Mr. Theodore Rooesvelt Bear with bear facts! 

     

    Don't Ride this Slide!

     Summer Slide Adds Up

    Yesterday, we learned about a slide NOT to ride this summer--the "."  Summer slide means learning loss--your child actually going BACKWARDS in reading, math, and vocabulary during the summer.  By 5th grade, summer slide can put your child 1-3 grade levels behind. That's a huge achievement gap.  

    The good news? You can stop the summer slide. It makes a HUGE difference for your child's success. Here are 3 fun ways to do it: 

     

     

    1. Keep kids reading, especially the fun stuff like graphic novels or mysteries.
    2. Make memories, encouraging your kids to make videos, take pictures, and write about their summer adventures. 
    3. Use tech to teach, like the dozens of links on our Roosevelt library webpage. 

     

    Throwback Principal's Challenge 

    Who could this little Roosevelt Bear be? Play today, and check back tomorrow to see if you're a winner! 

    Yesterday, you got to see a childhood picture of Mrs. Joan Kirk, one of our amazing teachers.  Congratulations to Annabelle in 5th-grade for getting the right answer! 

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    More Roosevelt Learning and Support

    • Our last day of school is June 17.
    • Don't miss our  e-newsletter every Monday evening for tips and updates! Email to join the list for an automatic text or email copy. 
    • Visit our  and the YSD website anytime for links to more learning.
    • You can still check out a laptop at one of these locations
    • Meal distribution continues each Wednesday from 10:30-11:30 am at these 8 locations. 
    • Kindergarten registration continues! Pick up/turn in registration packets at the YSD Student and Family Center () from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.  Email Roosevelt's registrar, Maria Araujo, with any questions. 

    Sending you love and well wishes from your Roosevelt family.  Check our website everyday for updates.  

    STAY HOME and STAY HEALTHY.

    Mrs. Smith

    Principal

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  • Morning Announcements--Wednesday, June 3

    Good morning, Roosevelt Bears! It's wonderful Wednesday! Here are your  featuring Mrs. Harper on her bike in a special location: 

     

     

    Don't Ride this Slide!

    summer slide  

    Have you heard of the “”?成人小视频app It’s not the fun kind of slide you’ll find at a water park or playground. This slide is different. It’s a slide that no parents wants their child to ride.  With only 2 weeks of school left, now's the time to learn about stopping the summer slide.

    • The summer slide happens if your child's math and reading skills DECREASE during the summer. It's caused if children stop learning and growing during the summer.  Decades of research shows that this "summer slide" is especially bad for younger students, and then it can add up summer after summer until your child is actually years behind.  Studies found that children on the "summer slide" lost 20% of their school-year gains in reading and 27% of their school-year gains in math during summer break. Wow! 
    • The good news? It doesn't take much to stop the summer slide! Come back tomorrow for steps you can take to stop the summer slide. 

     

    Throwback Principal's Challenge 

    Who could this little Roosevelt Bear be? Play today, and check back tomorrow to see if you're a winner! 

    Yesterday, you got to see a childhood picture of Mrs. Georgia Morris, one of our amazing paras.  Congratulations to Alexandra (2nd), Bianca (4th), and Mia H. (5th). You guys are on a roll!  

     

    More Roosevelt Learning and Support

    • Don't miss our  e-newsletter every Monday evening for tips and updates! Email to join the list for an automatic text or email copy. 
    • Visit our  and the YSD website anytime for links to more learning.
    • You can still check out a laptop at one of these locations
    • Meal distribution continues each Wednesday from 10:30-11:30 am at these updated 8 locations. Here's a list of and a way to .  
    • Kindergarten registration continues! Pick up/turn in registration packets at the YSD Student and Family Center () from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.  Email Roosevelt's registrar, Maria Araujo, with any questions. 

    Sending you love and well wishes from your Roosevelt family.  Check our website everyday for updates.  

    STAY HOME and STAY HEALTHY.

    Mrs. Smith

    Principal

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YSD Stories

  • Roosevelt Rocks, We are BEARS!

    Posted by Rachel Garza on 5/3/2020

    While it is true that schools are closed, Learning is not! Roosevelt administrators, teachers, and support staff have been actively communicating daily with students and their respective families. Through various points of contact and two-way communication such as phone calls, voicemails, mailed letters, and post cards home, Remind app notifications, emails, Google meets, Roosevelt Webpage, Roosevelt Booster Club Facebook page, preparing/distributing learning packets, and meals; Roosevelt staff has had an estimated 6,000+ interactions with families regarding their child's education and social emotional well-being. At Roosevelt we follow BEAR expectations. That means that Roosevelt Bears will: Be safe, Expect success, Act responsibly, Respect all. Since 1903, Roosevelt has been a great place to learn and grow- we truly withhold a strong legacy and great future despite unprecedented times. It is times like this, as a staff, we persevere, support, and maintain our mantra: "We are BEARS!" #RooseveltRocks #RooseveltStrong #YSDpride

    Roosevelt Staff: We are BEARS!

    Roosevelt Staff Check our website everyday for updates

    Stay home and stay healthy

    Roosevelt Rocks! We are BEARS!

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  • Free Books to Read at Home for Roosevelt 1st-Graders

    Posted by Laura Harper on 4/22/2020

    成人小视频appFamilies of Roosevelt 1st-graders drove through the Roosevelt bus lane on Tuesday to pick up sets of free, brand-new books. These books build families' home libraries and help our 1st-graders keep their reading skills strong during school and library closures. The Roosevelt 1st-grade team was able to provide these books free of charge through the support of an Ellison Education Grant from the Ellison Foundation. The grant funded a set of monthly breakfast and literacy events called Breakfast Bites and Books.  Each month this school year, 1st-grade families had been gathering in their classrooms to enjoy catered breakfasts and fun activities, and  then received free books for home libraries.  With the Roosevelt building closed, the Ellison Foundation allowed the grant to continue to fund the purchase of books for home libraries.  Roosevelt is grateful for the generous contribution of the Ellison Foundation, an organization in Bellevue, WA, that supports educational initiatives that create lifelong achievement and address the needs of our community’s families. 

    Free Books to Read at Home for Roosevelt 1st-Graders  Free Books to Read at Home for Roosevelt 1st-Graders  Free Books to Read at Home for Roosevelt 1st-Graders

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  • Roosevelt Elementary School Recognized for Closing the Gaps!

    Posted by Kirsten Fitterer on 4/22/2020

    Washington State Recognized School  The Yakima School District is proud to report that Roosevelt Elementary School has been recognized by the Washington State Board of Education for closing gaps in targeted areas.

    "Roosevelt Elementary in Yakima, Washington is inspiring. With these awards we recognize the outstanding efforts of our schools and their positive impact on students,” said Washington State Board of Education Chair, Peter Maier. “The State Board, OSPI, and the Educational Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee are excited to celebrate the diverse educational communities that support Washington’s ever-changing K-12 student population.  Thank you to our state's schools and educators for your dedication to students!”

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  • Video announcements

    Posted by Nancy Smith on 3/16/2020
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  • The Salvation Army

    Posted by Lisa Sargent on 8/30/2019

    The Salvation Army greeted Kids at Roosevelt Elementary with encouraging signs as they walked into school on their first day.  We wish all students a fantastic year!Roosevelt School

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District Announcements

  • Drive-In Graduation Events Canceled (5/26/20)

    May 26, 2020, Yakima, WA - At this time, the Yakima School District regrets that we have canceled drive-in graduation events for Eisenhower, Davis, and Stanton.  成人小视频appIn recent communications with the Yakima Health District and guidelines set forth by the governor, we have determined that any celebration, other than virtual, is highly unlikely. The District, in conjunction with high school leadership at Eisenhower, Davis, Stanton and Yakima Online, will not facilitate or support a drive-in or virtual watch party, due to the growing concern of the number of infections in Yakima County and our lingering Phase 1 reopening status.

    成人小视频appWhile the district is still hopeful that a June 13 procession down Yakima Avenue to honor our graduates could happen, there are growing doubts, due to the status of Yakima County as a COVID-19 hotspot. This processional is something that we know our graduating seniors deserve but it may not be possible. We hope to provide updated information on the possibility of the June 13 processional on June 1.

    Class of 2020 Seniors – please check your specific high school’s website for more graduation details. qdhaoyi.cn

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  • Student Registration

    Interested in K-8 or high school enrollment information? For a current status update on registering your student for school next year, please go here

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  • June 17 is the last day of school for YSD students

    According to guidance from OSPI, unless districts can show that student learning was NOT impacted by the emergency closures (either loss of instructional days, loss of instructional hours per day, or both) districts are required to add five (5) days at the end of the school year. For the Yakima School District, that means June 17th will be the final day of distance learning for the 2019-20 school year. Support will be available to students via distance learning through June 17.

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  • COVID-19 - Moving Student Learning Forward Survey (take the survey weekly)

    Our community and education leaders are doing their best to navigate the ever-changing landscape of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Your perceptions will provide feedback to inform conversations and support improvement efforts. Data will be collected on an ongoing basis to track changes in people's perceptions. You are invited to complete the survey once per week. This is a free survey developed and administered by The Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) for the public good. All individual survey responses are confidential and anonymous.

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  • School closure extended to the end of the 2019-20 school year

    成人小视频appPlease check your email or go online for an important message from Superintendent Greene regarding the extended closure of the Yakima School District

    Update: The last day of school for YSD is June 17, 2020.

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  • Be Counted! 2020 Census

    Census 2020 The census is a way for our community to seek the necessary financial support from the government that it needs.  Our schools depend on the census count for accurate program funding. In mid-March, you will receive an invitation to participate in the census from the Census Bureau. Be sure to count everyone in your household - even infants.  Responding to the census is the law, however, it is against the law for the Census Bureau to inquire about personal information such as immigration status.  It is illegal for the Census Bureau to pass on your contact information to other government entities. They use your contact info, such as your name and address, to know if you have already been counted. Once you have responded, you will no longer receive notices from the Census Bureau and a census worker will not come to your home.  If you have any questions, we have put together videos and information for you online at qdhaoyi.cn/2020census 

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Character Word of the Month

  • Character - It's Who You Are!

    成人小视频appCharacter Education Word for June:

    Integrity:成人小视频app A personal choice to hold oneself to consistent moral and ethical standards.

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