In partnership with Northwell Health the Roosevelt Union Free School District is offering on-site vaccinations for all students, staff and community residents on Monday, August 30, 2021 from 2:00pm until 8:00pm at Roosevelt High School. Please visit the district website to access the link to register for an appointment. FDA approved Pfizer vaccinations well be provided. For more information contact Ms. Rochelle Gooding, at 516-345-7055.
Dr. Emily Moore is a Long Island-based educator and activist. In the 1970s, she founded the Alliance Junior Tennis Development Program which introduced the sport to thousands of local kids. Through her efforts, many of her children went on to compete in tournaments across the country as well as obtain tennis scholarships for college. A lot of these students may not have discovered the joys of the game were it not for Moore’s programming.
There are no words to express how excited I am to welcome our students, staff, and faculty back into the halls of our beloved schools. It has been far too quiet without students' joyous laughter and excitement ready to soak up the information they learn inside their classrooms. I look forward to seeing the smiling faces of our students as they enter their respective schools prepared and willing to rise to new heights of academic success.
As the Roosevelt School District gears up for an incredible academic year, some new faces can also be expected, including Roosevelt High School's incoming principal, Matthew Swinson. Mr. Swinson assumed his role as the high school's principal on August 31, 2021. Mr. Swinson brings years of experience and...
As the 2021-2022 school year quickly approaches, I am writing this letter to inform the community of the health and safety measures the Roosevelt Union Free School District will be implementing to keep our students and staff safe while also building upon the academic success of the previous year. The health and safety of our students and staff is our utmost priority and informs every decision we make. With this in mind, and in accordance with the most recent CDC guidance, the Roosevelt School District is requiring that all students and district personnel wear masks while indoors and outdoors on school grounds.