Roosevelt Wildcat Weekly
November 18, 2022
Roosevelt ID Cards and Lanyards
All students are required to wear their Roosevelt ID cards everyday to school. Please remind your student to have their ID card on as they enter the campus. If your student has lost their ID card, a new one can be purchased in the main office before or after school. Cost for a new ID and Lanyard is $6.00.
Computer Science Programming Club
Mr. LaPorte will be supervising an after school programming club at Roosevelt that will be taught by MVHS Computer Science teacher, Jeffrey Yee, and MVHS CS students. The club will start in January and meet once a week. Students will learn how to program in Java and will create a 2D graphics animated program. The club will allow students to apply their math skills and use their imagination to create a fun and engaging animated project.
Students will stay after school from 3:45 until 5:45 P.M., in Mr. Guerzon's classroom C-5. Club will meet on eight consecutive Thursdays and students should be expected to make all 8 club meetings. There will only be up to 15 7th and 8th graders that will be part of the club. And students must be earning a "C" or better in their Math and Science classes. Parent permission is required. Register your students with QR Code or signing sheet that will Mr. LaPorte will provide. Contact Mr. LaPorte for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org
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FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE
Have your ID ready, and welcome to our Campus!
Blast After-School Tutoring
Every week until June!
Caseloads: MS. Licona - 6th Grade and 8A | Mr. Way - 7th Grade & 8B
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Welcome Back Wildcat Families!
Our food pantry is available for students who need to take some food home. You can visit the Parent Center and ask for Ms. Gabby.
You can register for the RMS parent's workshops! See the options in the following flyer, or use the QR code. Choose the parent workshop of your preference: click here
Find and connect support financial assistance, food pantries, healthcare, and other free or reduced-cost support: https://www.findhelp.org/.
You can email your Roosevelt Family and Community Liaison, Ms. Gabby Thompson, at email@example.com or call extension 63013 for any needs your family may have.
Family and Community Liaison
Phone: (760) 726-8003
Welcome to the Vista Institute For Parents (VIP)
The Vista Institute for Parents (VIP) is a collaborative effort to create a system of support to engage and empower families as partners in education.
- Facilitating access to academic supports
- Prioritizing care and connection
- Building technology literacy
- Helping families effectively navigate the education system
This website is designed to provide up-to-date resources and videos, a platform to communicate with our support team and get connected to others, to learn new skills and tips for your family, and have fun with us as we all continue to grow and learn together to support our amazing Vista Unified students. This is an ever-evolving program, so if you identify something you would like to share or learn, please reach out to us today! Here's to being partners in education!
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RMS Wildcat Pride
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Roosevelt Middle School
Location: 850 Sagewood Drive, Oceanside, CA, USA
Phone: (760) 726-8003