Roosevelt Middle School's vision is to produce life-long learners through rigorous academic curriculum, collaboration, and engagement to facilitate career and college readiness.
The Louisiana Online Tools Training site is now available for students to practice and prepare for the upcoming 2018 Standardized Tests in April. Click here to access the tools: https://wbte.drcedirect.com/LA/portals/la
Ms. McClendon’s 8th grade Honors class read Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. At the end of the reading they completed a multi-tier project which included reciting monologues, rapping a scene, a puppet show, acting out a scene, and many more options. Three students chose to recite 10 lines from the play: Alejandra Romero, Shanaya Wells, and […]
The Roosevelt Science Fair took place January 22-25, 2018. 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Honor Students participated in the event. The winners of the Science fair are as follows: In 6th grade: Kevin Mejia for “Buoyant Bottle Submarine” & Adrian Fernandez for “Turn Milk Into Plastic” In 7th grade: Alaina Boyd […]
Congratulations to all of our Honor Roll Students! Students with all A’s on their report card are: Students with all A’s & B’s on their report card are: Honor Roll Breakfast – 1/23/18
Roosevelt’s Marching Band will be in the following Mardi Gras Parades: Excalibur – Feb. 2nd Freret – Feb. 3rd King Arthur – Feb. 4th Centurions – Feb. 9th Iris – Feb. 10th Thoth – Feb. 11th We hope you will come out to support our Band, Dance Team, Flag Team, Cheerleaders, and Majorettes. 16-17 Band […]