Roosevelt Elementary Newsletter

JUNE 2021

June Monthly Calendar

June 2 Parent STEAM Zoom Night


June 7 5th Grade Camp!


June 8 Last Day of Extended Learning for both AM and PM Sessions

June 8 5th Grade Promotion at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.


June 10 1/2 Day Only Cohort B will attend today

June 10 Last Day for Cohort B IN PERSON INSTRUCTION

June 10 COHORT A STUDENTS ATTEND ZOOM SPECIALS AT NORMALLY SCHEDULE TIMES

June 10 NO CLOUD CARE OR KIDS KLUB

June 10 PTO Lodge Night 5-10 p.m.


June 11 1/2 Day Only Cohort A will attend today

June 11 Last Day of School for Cohort A IN PERSON INSTRUCTION

June 11 COHORT B STUDENTS ATTEND ZOOM SPECIALS AT NORMALLY SCHEDULE TIMES

June 11 NO CLOUD CARE OR KIDS KLUB


June 15 PTO Hungry Howies Night 5-9 p.m.

June 20 Happy Father's Day!

June 21 Board of Education Meeting 7-8:30 p.m.


**Save the date**

August 30th Fist Day of 2021/2022 School Year!

**Reminder**

2020/2021 Roosevelt Elementary Yearbook will be available in the Fall! See you in August!

Congratulations 5th Graders!

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Roosevelt 2021/2022 School Year News

Roosevelt Elementary has accepted all qualified Grade K students through STEAM (deadline has already passed).

However, Lakers Online registration for in district and out of district will open from May 17-July 15th.

For additional information check out the wbsd enrollment page found on our website https://www.wbsd.org/parents/enrollment

Day of Design and STEAM Family Night News from Mrs. Roth

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WBSD LEGO Legends FLL Robotics Team Celebrate Successful Season

WBSD LEGO Legends FLL Robotics Team Celebrate Successful SeasoThe WBSD LEGO Legends FLL Robotics Team recently ended their season by competing at the Kettering University Remote FLL Qualifier.


Scotch Team members: 5th graders: Hunter DeGrand, Graham Kubiak, Brady May

Roosevelt Team members: 4th graders: Colton Latchaw, Oliver Kohn, Christian Zimnicki

Coaches: Rene Kubiak and Cathi Kohn


The boys built & programmed the EV3 Robot and scored a considerable amount of points in the robot game. Their Innovative Project Design included a custom Tree Run Course and Zipline for Wheelchair Users. They represented WBSD and proudly followed the Core Values set by FIRST LEGO League. They withstood the longest FLL Season in History... through the pandemic & the various curveballs thrown their way.


Following physical distancing, COVID protocols & utilizing creative ways of meeting, this team plowed through the season & made it to a qualifying event. We couldn't be more proud of this group of boys! Way to go LEGO Legends!

Click Here to Find Out about FREE Summer Learning

FREE SUMMER PROGRAMS offered through WBSD ***TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED***

More Information from Mr. West

Roosevelt Families,

More Information About Free Summer School

WBSD recently shared the link to sign up for free summer school. See the end of this communication for access to the links. We've received some really good questions regarding the summer school curriculum, how to actually sign up, and whether or not it is actually free. Below are some details that may help with your decision-making process.

The Location

K-4 Summer School with be hosted at Doherty Elementary and Gretchko Elementary

5-7th Grade Summer school will be hosted at West Bloomfield High School 8 - 11 a.m.

The Schedule

  • Summer will be from 9 AM to 12 PM, five days a week. There are two sessions (listed below). You can sign up for one or both. Note: 5th grade time is 8-11am.

  • Session 1 is June 21-July 16 No School on July 5

  • Session 2 is July 16-August 13

  • Summer school is free from 9 AM to 12 PM. If you want your child to take advantage of before/after school care, then there is a cost associated with that.

Curriculum

  • The summer school curriculum will be exciting, new, and fresh for all of our students. It is not merely a review of concepts covered throughout this year.

  • Each 4-week session is theme-based. The first four weeks is based on the theme, Laker Maker, which focuses on creating, designing, innovating, and inventing. The kids will have unique and interesting challenges related to design and innovation throughout the 4 weeks. The next four weeks is based on the theme, Laker Detective, which focuses on problem-solving and using clues to solve mysteries. Both sessions will include guest speakers and other fun experiences related to the themes, and they will also include Lego Robotics.

As the children explore the themes, they will also engage in learning opportunities that are connected to our core curriculum. For example, children will have access to personalized learning opportunities in small groups with an instructor that meets them where they are at and helps them make personal growth in math and literacy skills. Children will also have opportunities to engage in Bridges Math Workplace Games, which are a huge hit with our kids. Meanwhile, there will be extension units of study in reading that are brand new, fresh, and exciting. Finally, our kids will have access to some really great writing experiences, including Claim-Evidence-Reasoning, writing about Science, and creative writing.

Who Should Sign Up?

This free summer school opportunity is for anybody and everybody. It is not designed to be remedial. Rather, it is designed to provide rich and authentic learning experiences for all, while also meeting kids where they are at in their literacy and math journey.

If you are even a little bit interested, I would encourage you to sign up for at least one of the 4-week sessions. Personally, I am excited to sign my son up for the second four-week session. It fits our summer schedule, it sounds really cool, and it gives him additional opportunities to connect with others in a structured environment.

The Registration Process (Summer School is Free, Unless You Want Before/After School Care)

When you click on the links to register (which are available below), there are a few things to keep in mind. First and foremost, please note that the 9 AM-12 PM summer school is free. The only thing that costs money is if you choose to pay for before/after school care.

  1. The system will ask you to set up an account before you can sign up. It does not cost any money to set up an account. There are a few steps involved, but it is not too tricky.

  2. Once you set up the account and begin the registration process, you will see content that says "Fee Details." Under this, there is a late stay and early bird fee. You only have to pay if you want your child to arrive early (before 9 AM) and/or stay later (after 12 PM). Don't let the fee text scare you off. Keep going through the process until it asks you if you want to pay for early bird or late stay. When you get to this point, simply choose to NOT click these options.

  3. You will need your child's student id number to sign up. This can be found in PowerSchool. If you need help accessing this, you can email lisa.jennings@wbsd.org

  4. If you try to go through the process and you just can't figure it out, please feel free to reach out if you need guidance getting registered. Our office staff can help.

Links to Registration

The registration links for summer school are live. If you are interested in your child attending, I would encourage you to sign up as quickly as possible to ensure your child's spot. There are two links below--one for the in-person summer school and one for the virtual summer school.

K-4th Grade In Person

5-7th Grade In Person

K-4th Virtual

5-7th Grade Virtual

You can register for one session OR both.

Session 1 is June 21-July 16 No School on July 5

Session 2 is July 16-August 13

As always, please feel free to connect with us if you have any questions.


Thank you,

Mr. West

**WBSD Summer Learning Plan Overview **

More detailed information Found Here Via PowerPoint

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KIDS KLUB and TWEEN TIME INFORMATION

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Camp Invention

Grades K-6
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Summer Learning:


Summer Learning:

All registration links are "live" please have parents click here.


Note:
Session 1: June 21 - July 16 - No School July 5

Session 2: July 19-August 13

They can register for one Session or BOTH.


Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Thank you,
Andrea


Andrea Frank


Coordinator of Enrichment and Recreation

West Bloomfield School District

Community Education Department

(248) 865-6467

Summer Camp:

Summer Camp:

7/12 - 8/20

More info and register here.


Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Thank you,
Andrea

SPRING/SUMMER 2021 CATALOG

YOUTH & ADULT - VIRTUAL SPRING BREAK OFFERINGS

ENRICHMENT, RECREATION & SUMMER CAMP
CLICK HERE

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WBSD Food Service Link

Please find information from the Food Service Department here.

Food Service

No cost meals are available for curbside pick up to all children in the community. Each child will receive:

  • 7 breakfast and lunch meals.
  • Please pre-order meals on the West Bloomfield School District Food Service page or at the linked order form.

Pick up sites:

  • West Bloomfield HS main entrance (4925 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield)
    • Pick-up day: Wednesday or by special arrangement
    • Times: 11:30am-12:30pm or 3:30pm-4:30pm or by special arrangement
  • Roosevelt Elementary main entrance (2065 Cass Lake Road, Keego Harbor)
    • Pick-up day: Wednesday
    • Time: 1100am-1:00pm

Please contact Nutrition Services for special arrangements or questions at anne.stevens@wbsd.org or (248) 865.6733.