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  • 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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    Rough Riders,

    We miss you! It seems strange not see your faces each day. I just wanted to send you all a message of encouragement and to let you know that I am thinking of you during our time apart.

    • Stay Positive - Nothing lasts forever and this too, shall pass.
    • Be Proactive - If you do not have to go, stay at home and wash your hands often.
    • Savor the Small Moments - Laugh out loud as often as possible.
    • Strengthen Your Connections - Focus on your family and loved ones.
    • Dress Up - Just because you are at home, doesn’t mean you can’t look and feel great!
    • Get Up and Move - Exercise is the best medicine to lift your spirits!
    • Every Dark Cloud has a Silver Lining -Take this opportunity to thicken that lining and take charge of your mental health so that you become even stronger.

    Thinking of You,

    Principal Dancy

    enna.dancy@slps.org

    314-534-8965

    Virtual Office Hours 

    8am - 5:pm; Monday thru Friday 


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

  • Class of 2020 Update

    Congratulations! The last day of student attendance for Saint Louis Public School District (SLPS) seniors is Monday, May 11, 2020. SLPS will provide Continuous Learning educational and services to students and families during the closing days of school.

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    GRADES AND FINAL ASSIGNMENTS
    All grades for seniors are due by end of day May 15, 2020. Please contact your teacher or counselor if you need support completing final assignments.


    GRADUATION
    Plans are underway for a traditional graduation event for all SLPS Class of 2020 graduates! While we cannot offer details at this time, we heard your requests and are working with the city health department to determine the best plan for an event that is safe and memorable. We are planning for a late July or early August event. We will share more details as soon as they become available.


    PROM
    All school proms are cancelled and will not be rescheduled. Refunds will be issued for prom tickets. (Please refer to the information on Senior Dues and Activities Refunds.)


    SENIOR CURBSIDE CLEARANCE
    Due to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines, SLPS is initiating a Curbside Senior Clearance (CSC) at all high schools on May 19-22, 2020.
    The purpose of CSC is to allow you to return school-issued textbooks, uniforms and technology and pickup personal belongings curbside—all without leaving your vehicle. If you are without transportation, you can walk-up to return items. Please be mindful of social distancing and wear protective gear.
    In preparation for CSC, counselors will begin calling seniors during the week of May 11 to review clearance information and schedule appointments. Counselors will also confirm any potential refunds for senior dues or activities. In addition, you will also receive information on the following:
    • Final grades
    • Textbooks, uniforms or technology issued that must be returned
    • Date and time for Curbside Senior Clearance
    • Any school fines

    Please contact Principal Dancy at enna.dancy@slps.org or your counselors at Rachel.irvin@slps.org or Rodney.prather@slps.org 

    You can also schedule an appointment using Microsoft Teams or via email. Alternate dates for CSC will be the week of June 1-5, 2020, by appointment only. (Please check your school’s website for more information on Curbside Senior Clearance.)
    During Curbside Senior Clearance, an SLPS safety officer will be present to ensure social distancing guidelines are followed. In addition, we ask that students and parents adhere to the following:
    • Use the drive-through drop off/pick up process while on campus.
    • Students/parents must wear masks (or scarves) covering their noses and mouths.
    • Students/parents are to ask to remain in their vehicles except when dropping off books and picking up personal items.
    • Students may not enter the school building at any time during this process.
    During Curbside Senior Clearance, seniors must return ALL uniforms, textbooks and District-issued technology (unless enrolling in SLPS virtual summer school). At this time, you will also have the opportunity to:
    • Receive your cap and gown.
    • Receive all personal items gathered from your school-assigned lockers.
    • Return items, pay fines (cash or money order) and/or
    • Receive refunds (Applies to students with accounts in good standing. Valid ID required.)


    TRANSCRIPTS AND DIPLOMAS
    Official transcripts of your academic record are available at no cost if your account with the District is in good standing (all equipment returned and fines paid). By now, you should have received a Graduate Survey (also available at www.slps.org/GradExitSurvey) asking you to indicate where your transcripts should be sent. For your convenience, transcripts will be mailed to those verified addresses on or after May 22, 2020.
    Students with accounts in good standing (all equipment returned and fines paid) will either receive diplomas during the Curbside Senior Clearance or in the mail following the graduation ceremony this summer.


    SUMMER COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS SUPPORT
    The SLPS Online College and Career Readiness (CCR) Center will operate from June 1 to August 6 to assist you with transcripts, FAFSA, award letters, college applications, online college visits and college questions. Assistance with trades or employment is also available. The center will be available online from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Monday through Thursday. You can email slpsccrcenter@slps.org or call 314.345.4580 for assistance.

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COVID-19 Resources

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

    Family technology needs survey - www.slps.org/tech 

    Academic resources - www.slps.org/keeponlearning and www.slps.org extendedresources

    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 

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