Mr. Moses’ ELA classes took a page out of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and made their own chains of burden. In A Christmas Carol, Jacob Marley explains to Ebenezer Scrooge that he wears chains forged out of the burdens he has placed upon himself through life. Students in Moses’ class took strips of paper and wrote […]
The JPPSS Talent Visual Art Program students showcased their artwork on Saturday, November 11th in the Jefferson Parish K-12 Exhibition: “Art Around The World” at the Audubon Zoo. It was an amazing event for the students and their families. Visual Art Students representing Roosevelt Middle School were: 6th Graders: Terrius McKee and Shelia Granados; 7th […]
After-School Tutoring will begin on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, and will last for approximately 13 weeks. The purpose of tutoring is to close the knowledge gap for each scholar at Roosevelt and to ensure that they are proficient in the core curriculum subjects. Tutoring will take place from 2:30pm – 4:00pm and the schedule will […]
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:
For the 2017-2018 school year, students are asked to pay a $12.00 school fee for their ID, agenda, and lab supplies. Students should bring their $12.00 school fee to their homeroom teacher. Homeroom teachers will collect the fee, and a receipt will be issued to the student from the office. We thank you in advance […]
Click to see Mrs. Cupit’s 7th graders enjoying their frog dissection lesson.
During the month of April and the 1st week of May, we will be administering the LEAP State Assessments. We ask that all cell phones are left at home during this time. If you must bring your cell phone, please understand that phones will be turned off and collected. Students please arrive on time to […]
On March 23rd, Tulane University students brought Shakespeare to Roosevelt. They performed scenes from various Shakespearean plays, and brought history to life. They did an outstanding job making Shakespeare fun and easier for our students to understand. We are very thankful to have had the Tulane students enlighten and entertain us.
The winners of the 2017 Roosevelt Science Fair are as follows: In 6th Grade: 1st place – Jaislen Nolasco 2nd place – Miguel Lopez 3rd place – Jayden Brown In 7th Grade: 1st place – Guimel Andino 2nd place – Alejandro Romero 3rd place – Armin Hasanovic In 8th Grade: 1st place – […]