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 – […]
Congratulations to Alaina Boyd for winning 1st place at the Jefferson Parish Social Studies Fair on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at Ehret High School. Alaina Boyd is a 6th grade student at Roosevelt Middle School, and her Social Studies teacher is Mr. Rodney Sortina. Alaina’s project, “Sennacherib: How Did His Reign End?” will now be […]
The winners of the 2017 Roosevelt Social Studies Fair are as follows: In 6th grade: Anija Batiste for “Amerigo Vespucci” Jayce Fabares for “Osiris and Isis” Alaina Boyd for “Sennacherib” Kori Moses for “The Amazons” In 7th grade: Alejandra Romero for “The American Revolution” Guimel Andino for “The War of 1812” Armin Hasanovic […]
On January 4, 2017, sixth graders in Ms. Anderson and Ms. Smith’s morning classes participated in the “What is a Scientist?” Outreach Program. Two scientists who were attending the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Conference in New Orleans came to Roosevelt Middle School to host an interactive discussion about what they do as scientists. […]
On Friday, September 30, 2016, over 100 Roosevelt Band Students were invited to participate in the Jazz in Schools Program. Local musicians came to Roosevelt Middle School to teach and perform for the students. It was an amazing experience for our Rough Riders.
Mrs. Cupit’s 7th grade Life Science classes had a wonderful lesson filled with lots of learning and delicious organelles to eat. Students donated different kinds of candy that symbolized the different organelles in a cell. They organized the candy on a plate to form the parts of a cell. After students accurately identified the functions […]
Click here to view our video from the JPPSS November eNewsletter. In the fall of 2014, an unexpected partnership formed between Kenner’s Roosevelt Middle School and Pierson Middle-High School, in Sag Harbor, New York. Katy Graves, the new superintendent of Sag Harbor Schools, reached out to Katy Clayton, a first year teacher at Roosevelt, who also happened […]