Preparing for the Upcoming School Year / Preparándose para el Próximo Año Escolar

Dear Roosevelt students and families,  Last week our district released a framework for schools to structure online learning (click here for the press release).  Here at Roosevelt we are excited to begin the year with our revamped Distance Learning 2.0. We learned valuable lessons from this past Spring and are in the midst of planning…

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Winners of the 4th Annual 6th Grade Rough Rider Short Story Competition

Congratulations to the winners of the 4th Annual 6th Grade Rough Rider Short Story Competition. Every year, our 6th graders write personal narratives about significant moments in their lives. This year, the 4 top writers represent 4 different elementary schools, highlighting one of the great aspects of Roosevelt; our neighborhood diversity. This year’s winners are…

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A Message from our Superintendent

Dear San Diego Unified families, First and foremost, I hope you and your loved ones are healthy as we move through the COVID-19 crisis to find our new (temporary) normal. I am writing to share our plans for the remainder of the academic year. From the moment the crisis forced schools to close, we’ve been…

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Fall ASE 2019 Summary

Thanks to all those who requested ASE classes this year. Class assignments have all been made, and classes will begin on Monday, September 16 (Photography students, remember to bring that signed Code of Conduct on Tuesday!). We’re happy to say that this year’s longest enrollment period ever resulted in 256 applications from 236 unique individuals,…

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Announcement from Dr. C

Dearest Roosevelt International Middle School Community,  Serving as your principal has been a special honor and a significant highlight of my twenty year career in the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD). It has been a pleasure partnering with our teachers, staff, parents/guardians and Rough Riders that have made my time at Roosevelt very rewarding.…

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Roosevelt in the News: San Diego Unified Students Kick Off American Heart Association’s New Dance Challenge

Last month, San Diego Unified School District students, American Dance Movement founders Nigel Lythgoe, and Producer Adam Shankman, pop artist Lion Babe, the American Heart Association, and district officials took part in the nation’s first American Heart Association Kids Heart Dance Challenge at Roosevelt Middle School. The morning was filled with performances, choreography and dance…

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