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  • Locations for free grab-and-go meals - www.slps.org/meals

    Social and emotional support hotlinefor students/parents: 314-345-6900 and studentservices@slps.org

    Additional social and economic resources for families: www.slps.org/resources 

     

  • MR. MURPHY EXPLAINS THE BENEFITS OF USING

    MICROSOFT "TEAMS" WITH HIS STUDENTS

    TEAM TECH STILL

  • ROOSEVELT STUDENTS TALK ABOUT STUDENT LOANS

    AND OTHER TOPICS

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    "MICROSOFT TEAM"

    STUDIO

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    STUDENTS IN STUDIO

Welcome to Roosevelt

  • ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL
     
     
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    3230 Hartford Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63118
    Office 314-776-6040
    Fax 314-776-0152 or 314-244-1858
    Principal: Enna Dancy
    Hours: 8:05am - 3:02pm
    Grades: 9-12
     
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Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to Roosevelt High School Principal's Corner

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    Dear Rough Riders,

    I am pleased to welcome you to the 2020-21 school year! I extend a special welcome to all of the new families joining RHS this year and welcome back all of our returning families!

    Students - I am honored to be your principal. Our goal at RHS is to work together to provide you with a rich learning environment. My vision is to ALWAYS put YOU first! My hope is that you will love our school and be active participants in our positive, safe and caring learning environment. 

    Parents - With starting our year in virtual learning, it is more important now than ever, that we become an unbreakable community of committed partners in the education for your children. It will take our Village to ensure that your children have everything they need to be successful.  At RHS we value teamwork and collaboration! Education is a joint venture and WE greatly appreciate the support you provide for your children at home to help them meet their learning goals.

    RHS Team Members - Although this year looks different than any other year, WE are dedicated to providing our students with a memorable, interactive, engaging virtual learning experience. WE are committed to caring for each other, ourselves and our families. And WE are united in our efforts to navigate this uncharted terrain.

    Rough Riders this will be the best school year ever. Please stay safe and enjoy the rest of your summer.

    See you ‘virtually’ very soon!

    Principal Dancy

    enna.dancy@slps.org


Mission and Vision

  • Our Vision

    Roosevelt High School has a culture of care, support and high expectations that builds achievement from potential.

    Our Daily Mission

    • Inspire, nurture, encourage and empower those within our reach
    • Recognize and celebrate our potential, talents and gifts
    • Facilitate holistic instruction and provide resources to fulfill the needs of those who need support
    • Cherish and celebrate our diversity
    • Create and maintain clear and high expectations for ourselves and others
    • Build trusting relationships

    Our Core Beliefs

    • Relationships - Developing caring and supportive relationships leads to higher levels achievement 
    • Expectations - Maintaining high expectations leads to higher levels of achievement 
    • Instruction - Effective instruction leads to higher levels achievement 
    • Effort - Increasing effort leads to higher levels of levels achievement
    • Data - Sharing and using data to inform our decisions leads to higher levels achievement 

    Rough Riders

     


     

Announcements

  • Rest in Peace Ms. Ruth Butler

    1966-2020

    It is with heavy hearts to share with our Roughrider family the passing of Ms. Ruth Butler. An educator with SLPS for over 15 years as well as a Special Ed Teacher here the last five years at Roosevelt, Ms. Butler touched the lives of many students with her hard work and passion for education. Known for singing in the hallways and her cheery disposition, Ms. Butler's passion for her students and her work where very evident. She was a colleague that was very willing to help those in need. She will be missed by all.

    d If students or staff are in need of counseling to help process this loss, please reach out to the Crisis Intervention Team at 314-345-6900 or Studentservices@slps.org. For Social and Economic Resources for Families- Social & Emotional Support Resources. Teachers are encouraged to also reach out to Dr. Debbie Jones-Fowler, our on-site Crisis Support Coordinator.

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  • Roughrider Families,

    We will have an adjustment in our Virtual Learning Schedule on Friday, September 25th. Students will have a half day of Virtual Learning with their teachers due to district Professional Development. The schedule is as follows:

    September 25th – B-Day Adjusted Schedule

    o   5th Period -  8:15am - 9:00am

    o   6th Period -  9:00am - 9:45am

    o   7th Period -  9:45am - 10:30am

    o   8th Period - 10:30am - 11:15am

    We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, September 28th.  

     

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  • Extended Registration

    Greetings Rough Rider Families,

    We extended our registration and technology distribution. Please visist the school Monday-Friday from 9:am to 2:pm for registration and technology. You can also schedule an appointment with Ms. Pines at 314-776-6040 or at lisa.pines@slps.org. We look forward to seeing you soon. 

    Principal Dancy 

    enna.dancy@slps.org 

     

     

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  • Schedule

    Students are expected to log onto Microsoft Teams each day to attend classes. 

    If you have questions, please contact Principal Dancy at enna.dancy@slps.org or Mr. Perkins (Family Community Specialist) at antony.perkins@slps.org

     

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    We have a new building entrance. Please use Door 5 on Comptom Ave. next to the parking lot when visition the school. Make sure to call a head and schedule an appointment at 314-776-6040 or email Ms. Pines at lisa.pines@slps.org. 

    New Entrance

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