Roosevelt Wildcat Weekly
September 16, 2022
Central American Independence Day Celebrations: September 15th
September 15th is a national day of celebration in much of Central America. The annual celebrations mark the end of Spanish rule, when Central American people won new freedoms without bloodshed. The day honors the Declaration of Independence signed by a group of countries that included what are now Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador. They were also referred to as the United Provinces of Central America or the Kingdom of Guatemala.
These countries, plus Panama and Belize, make up modern Central America, which is Latin America’s geographic bridge between Mexico and South America.
For an entire month, starting each September, Central American countries celebrate with unique traditions, from parades to performances, dancing in the streets, and speeches from public officials.
An important RMS Library message
ASB card and clubs
Don’t forget to buy an ASB card for your student; the card gets them tickets to our three dances this year. They are only $11, which means a savings of $4! Get one before they are gone. October 14th is the last day to purchase! You may buy it on the RMS Webstore or ask for Martha in the main office.
If your student wants to start a club, they must complete a Club Application. Applications can be picked up in G-10 with Ms. Lewis. Club Rush is at the end of this month!
Your School Photos are Ready!
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VIEW AND ORDER PHOTOS HERE
PHOTOS NOT APPEARING IN YOUR GALLERY?
FIND YOUR STUDENT USING EVENT CODE: FE54922DID YOU KNOW?
- You can personalize your photos with a variety of backgrounds and text
- Photos are shipped directly to your home
- High-res digital downloads are available
- If you have more than one child, you can order together and pay once
SAVE THE DATE!
Festival of the Arts October 22nd
Blast After-School Tutoring Started Tuesday, September 6th
PTA Fundraiser Wednesday, September 21st
AM program at RMS
Free Public Transportation for Youth
Once you download the PRONTO application, visit the offices and bring your student with an Aeries ID or proof of school, or school ID. Submit your completed registration PRONTO and visit the VISTA office at 100 Olive Ave. Vista CA., 92082, or the Oceanside office at 205 South Tremont, Oceanside CA.
To get free public transportation for your student
Pedestrian Safety Month
To keep all of our students and community members safe, we need your help. Please have your student use the crosswalks when crossing the street. This will eliminate parents having to slam on their brakes and our Wildcats getting injured.
Income Verification Forms = RESOURCES FOR VUSD!!!!
Please take a moment to complete an Alternative Income Verification form, following the instructions provided in the Superintendent's Notification of Alternative Income Verification memo. This provides critical information to provide our student meals and other support programs across the district.
RMS IS LOOKING FOR YOUR HELP
ASES 2022-23 Application
VUSD Community Update
Hello Wildcat families!
I am very excited to announce that we will begin workshops for parents this month. See the options in the following link or use the QR code on the workshop flyer. Choose the parent workshop of your preference here:
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.
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.
I am so excited to see you again and meet our Wildcat family's new families! You and your students are ALWAYS at our school and the Parent Center.
It is crucial that your contacts are correct so that you can stay informed. We are also continuing to post information on our website, on our Facebook Group "Roosevelt Wildcats Parent Group," and through Remind calls, emails, and text messages. Check out the informative video that our counselor Cory Way created to help you troubleshoot and understand why your email might not be connected correctly.
VUSD Parents: Notification for Remind
Vista Unified School District is committed to engaging families as partners in education. We continue to refine our communication systems to provide up to date information about teaching and learning, collaboration, family engagement, and college and career pathways. One important improvement of our plan is to implement a more efficient and seamless communication platform called Remind. The information below provides a preview of this important new feature of our communication plan.....[READ MORE]
We are accepting referrals for our yearly Grief Counseling Group facilitated by Elizabeth Hospice. The group will be in January. Please CLICK HERE to submit a referral if you know of a student who has lost someone close to them. It is super fast and you don’t need to add much detail.
We will be coming into your student's classes in September to give our “Intro to School Counseling Supports” For 6th and 8th grade we’ll be presenting in ELA and for 7th grade we’ll be presenting in Math. Thank you! CLICK HERE to see what and when we’ll be presenting the rest of the year.
We have stopped accepting Essentials Change Requests. If your student submitted a request by the Sept. 1st deadline, we are still working on them and will notify students as soon as they are processed.
We are currently working on balancing our class sizes. This means some students may have a couple of periods in their schedule change. Students will be notified if their schedules are changing.
Caseloads: MS. Licona - 6th Grade and 8A | Mr. Way - 7th Grade & 8B
Go To: bit.do/rmscheckin to make an appointment with either of our AWESOME School Counselors :)
Follow us on Instagram @rooseveltcounseling for updates.
Use the PSST tool (THIS LINK) to report something anonymously.
SUPPORT AND CONTRIBUTE JUST $10 IN AN ENVELOPE AND DROP IT IN THE PTA DROP BOX AT THE MAIN OFFICE!
Become a member today! As a member, you are able to vote at Association meetings held twice a year, receive benefits by being a PTA member, and most importantly, support Roosevelt Students. You can also make direct donations to support grade-level grants, which provide funds for 6th grade Greek Day, 7th-grade Safari Park field trip, and 8th grade Heritage Day as well as other projects and programs. Please help support our programs and students! You can join by visiting this site: https://jointotem.com/ca/oceanside/roosevelt-middle-pta
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: /RooseveltMiddleSchoolPTA Instagram: @rmspta
Fridays are Spirit Days!
To Buy Spirit Wear
PBIS Schoolwide Expectations
During our annual Pride Talks, we reviewed our schoolwide expectations for being successful, respectful, safe, and of service. Students also reviewed our personal electronic devices policy and our dress code. Please see the link below for the presentation.
- Pride Talks (Link)
We look forward to working in partnership with you as we work to provide a positive and safe campus for all students.
Please send a refillable water bottle with your student every day. Roosevelt has refill stations available for your student to use. Dehydration is preventable.
The Health Office would like to remind all parents/guardians that PCR/Antigen Covid Test results are accepted as proof of testing for Covid19. Please contact email@example.com with questions or concerns.
The Health Office would like to remind SEVENTH GRADE parents/guardians that the T-dap vaccine is required for all students entering the 7th grade. ALL students are required to have 2 Varicella vaccines. Please contact the Health Office with any questions or concerns.
School Nurse Contact Information:Amy McGruire: Cell:760-936-3825 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact me with any questions or concerns. Please also refer to Health and Safety Webpage for information: https://www.vistausd.org/healthandsafety
Partnering to Combat COVID-19 in Our Schools
Vista Unified will continue to follow the guidance from the SDCOE COVID-19 Decision Trees for K-12 Schools.
Individuals who test positive must isolate at home and may be released from isolation on day six, provided that symptoms are improving, they are fever-free for the past 24 hours without fever-reducing medication, and they have a negative test result from a rapid antigen test taken on or after day five.
If the individual is asymptomatic, day zero of isolation is the day the individual was tested. Day one is the first full day following the day the individual was tested.
If the individual is symptomatic, day zero of isolation is the day of symptom onset, regardless of when the individual tested positive. Day one is the first full day following the day that symptoms started.
Employees eligible for shortened isolation must continue to wear a highly protective mask at all times in the workplace around others, except when eating or drinking, for 10 days after the date of the positive test.
Students ending isolation early are strongly recommended to wear a highly protective mask when around others, except when eating or drinking, for 10 days after the date of the positive test.
Click here to see the new bell schedule starting September 6, 2022
RMS Wildcat Pride
Our PRIDE represents life ready skills we want our students to embody. Please help us reinforce these traits in our Wildcats!
Wear RMS Spirit Wear or school colors on Fridays! Go Wildcats!
PAWS of the Month: Respect
As we begin the school year, respect is essential in building positive, healthy school culture and environment at Roosevelt.