Welcome to Roosevelt Elementary School

A Word From Our Principal

Principal - Deanna Pelasky
Theodore Roosevelt School is home to 450 TK- 6 students.  Our staff, students, and community work together to create a safe school environment that gives all students the opportunity to be successful. Our school mission demonstrates our desire for all students to succeed as they move through their education. Vision Statement
Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School is a positive, accepting environment that nurtures the individuality of all students as they discover their full potential. Students will become college and career ready through communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
Throughout the school year you can expect to see Roosevelt students working on Common Core tasks, participating in STEAM throughout the day, being kind to each other, as well as being respectful, responsible, and safe. They will also have opportunities to participate in tutoring, PAL, special activities with their teachers, general and instrumental music and “star buck” parties. As we progress through the 2018-2019 school year, the school community can expect great outcomes from our Roosevelt students.
Of special note:  We are excited about our upcoming construction for a “new” Roosevelt.  January 7, 2019, we will start school at 1010 S. Harbor Blvd.  Our staff, students and families are excited for this new adventure and look forward to the reconstruction with a completion date of June 2020. The bus routes and schedule can be found in the link above.
Deanna Pelasky Roosevelt School Principal dpelasky@anaheimelementary.org

Roosevelt News

2019-2020 Instructional Materials Notice of Public Hearing

It is recommended the Board of Education declare a public hearing for the purpose of hearing comments from the public regarding whether pupils in the school will have during the 2019-20 school year sufficient textbooks and/or instructional materials consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum frameworks adopted by the California Department of Education {Education Code Sections 60119} and 60422 and is therefore, eligible to receive funding from the Pupil Textbook and Instructional Materials Incentive program (Education Code §60252).

After hearing comments from the public, the Board President will give notice that a vote on this item is scheduled for the August 14, 2019, Regular Board meeting.


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2018-19 Notice of Public Hearing LCAP Plan and Proposed Budget

It is recommended the Board of Education declare a public hearing for the purpose of reviewing the proposed LCAP Plan and Proposed Budget for the 2019-20 school year within the Anaheim Elementary School District, in accordance with the provisions of Education Code Section §52062.

This public hearing is to allow for public comment and recommendations regarding the specific actions and expenditures proposed to be included in the Local Accountability Plan and the 2019-20 Budget at which time the Board will hear any relevant public comment.

The LCAP Plan and Proposed Budget are on file and available for public review at the Anaheim Elementary School District, Office of Educational Services.

After hearing comments from the public, the Board President will give notice that a vote on this item is scheduled for the June 26, 2019, Regular Board meeting.

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2019 Summer Camps

Sessions

  • Session 1 – July 8 – 12
  • Session 2 – July 15 – 19
  • Session 3 – July 22 – 26

Codologie©

Learn to code, build circuits, work with computer hardware and software, and create cool projects

  • Fee: $245 per session
  • AGE: 9 to 13 years
  • Pre-Requisites: None

Buildologie©

Learn to program robots you build, use sensors and motors to create cool projects

  • Fee: $195 per session
  • AGE: 7 to 13 years
  • Pre-Requisites: None
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