I went to Roosevelt in the 60's. The education there was the foundation for the rest of my life, including one bachelor's and two masters degrees. We had a homeroom for a half a day, and then rotated for 30 minutes each for classes like music, library, art, gym, etc. What a school it was, and I bet it still is. Heck, I got my first kiss in the fifth grade, in the cloak room, it was called. I still remember Jamie fondly. Billy Hamilton, Miss Habor's class of 1966
Probably one of the worse schools i've ever known for any kids to attend. Due to the principle down to the teachers. This is the second year that my kids has attended and if i had my way they will not be here longer then they have to
This school is fantastic. My son goes to Roosevelt and we have only ever had wonderful experiences. The teachers are down to earth and the work to challenge the students. Literacy is extremely important to them and my son has developed a love for reading that is unlike most 1st grade students in other schools. Mrs. Radka has encouraged my son to love reading and she has helped him develop a thirst for learning. I would highly recommend this school to anybody!