Raccoon News

March 10, 2022

Roosevelt Information

A few reminders so you can stay in the know:

~ Conferences will be coming soon! These are scheduled for the evenings of March 15, 17 & 21. If you have not yet signed up for your child's conference, please do so ASAP using this link. If you are interested in having a virtual conference, please communicate with your child's teacher about that, and they will send a calendar invite. Your child's conference report will be coming home in advance of your child's conference, so please read it before you attend the conference. It will be in an envelope, so be looking for that in your child's backpack.

~ No School tomorrow, March 11, as teachers use this day to prepare for conferences. Also, there is no school for students on March 24 and 25.

~ Construction Project Update: As you read in last week's newsletter, pre-work for our big construction project has begun. You have likely noticed the storage container on the north side of the playground, and today there's a project happening in the Media Center space, so the media center is blocked off today (see picture below). It should all be back and ready for classes on Monday. Like I mentioned last week, more storage containers and an office trailer will be moving onsite in the next few months, with the bulk of the project beginning on Friday, June 3, the very last day with students. Volunteers to help us box everything up will be needed as we inch closer to the end of the school year, so please know we'll be asking for help in the future! In the end, the much-needed building updates will be worth the work and the inconvenience. These are great opportunities for all of us to practice our patience and to be flexible, traits that we work to develop in all students!

Have a great day,


Ann Haggerty

Roosevelt Principal


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