The Roosevelt Union Free School District mourns the loss of one of Roosevelt's Brightest: beloved teacher, friend and coworker Mrs. Judith Sinclair. -- April is Celebrate Diversity Month, an opportunity for each of us to appreciate the perspectives, cultures, and lifestyles that we encounter every day. Diversity is an essential part of tolerance.

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Sunset of one of Roosevelt's Brightest: Mrs Judith Sinclair

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RUFSD Presidential Literacy

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    Ann Theodore Foundation Scholarship - New York

    The Ann Theodore Foundation Scholarship- New York opens the door to post-secondary education opportunities for youth and adults. This program is designed to help residents from North Babylon and Roosevelt, New York attend and graduate from post-secondary institutions including two-year schools, trade schools, and four-year colleges.


    The program serves low-income high school seniors and adults who have a desire and a plan to achieve a college degree and for whom financial support along with mentoring and guidance will enable them to move ahead with their dreams of attaining a college degree.


    If accepted into the program, students receive scholarships of up to $25,000 annually, for up to four years, plus individual mentoring and funding for enrichment opportunities.

    Create an account to Apply Here!!!

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Assembly Woman Taylor Raynor and RUFSD Smart Scholars

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Project Real Art at the Roosevelt Public Library

Roosevelt students win 2 awards from National League of American Pen Women (NALPW) Page

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    Roosevelt students win 2 awards from National League of American Pen Women (NALPW) 

    The All Cities Branch has selected two poems from Roosevelt High School as part of their ENL Poetry Contest and Adrienne Neuweiller Scholarship Award.

    Marcela Rosales was awarded the Equal Merit Prize for her poem, "The Absence".

    Gerlin Pena was awarded the Adrienne Neuweiller Scholarship Award for his poem, "A Poem About My Mother Country".

    Students' work will be featured in the Summer or Fall, 2019 edition of Pen Women Magazine.

Former Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz at the High School.

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    On Tuesday, former Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz held a book signing on his memoir, “Victor Cruz: Out of the Blue,” while also imparting some sage wisdom to students and holding a signature salsa dance off.  Credit: Newsday

Roosevelt's Kevon Hall named Thorp Award winner

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    Kevon Hall of Roosevelt, 2018 Thorp Award recipient,

    Senior RB/linebacker rushed for 2,207 yards and 22 TDs, threw for another score and also was a force on defense.

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    The question posed didn’t linger in the air long before Joe Vito pounced on. The Roosevelt football coach was asked what the Rough Riders’ season might have looked like if not for the performance of senior Kevon Hall. “Maybe we win two games — maybe not any,” Vito said. “He was the heart, the soul, the guts of our team. He was on the field for every play except kickoffs and we needed him there for all of it.”

    Hall, Roosevelt’s featured running back and linebacker, capped a brilliant season by being named the 77th recipient of the Thorp Award at the Nassau County High School Football Coaches Association banquet on Wednesday night at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. Newsday presents the Thorp annually to Nassau’s most outstanding player. 

Roosevelt Receives Pre-K Grant

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    June Hicks, a pre-K teacher, reads a book to some of the Roosevelt district's youngest learners at Ulysses Byas Elementary School on Thursday. Photo Credit: Daniel Goodrich

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    Pre-K teacher June Hicks works with two of her students at Ulysses Byas Elementary School in Roosevelt on Thursday. Photo Credit: Daniel Goodrich

    The Roosevelt school district will expand its prekindergarten program to more 4-year-olds and offer it to a limited number of 3-year-olds for the first time, thanks to a $968,150 state grant.

    Superintendent Marnie Hazelton said. "Early childhood education is the root connected to the tree, and as we look toward a 100 percent graduation rate in the high school, we know the foundation starts in that early grade."

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Roosevelt students help Canon celebrate holiday tree lighting

Technology Highlights

We would like to highlight Mrs. Massenburg from Washington Rose Elementary School for her use of technology to increase student engagement and learning. Additionally, the culture of her class is one of inquiry, community and support. Keep up the great work Ms. Massenburg.

Soccer Greatness

  • At the Nassau County Soccer Coaches' Meeting Jenny Hernandez was voted to the All County Team for the best girls soccer players in Nassau County. She also was named " AB 7 Conference Player of the Year". In addition, Jennifer Mendez received All-Conference honors and Yisel Fernandez was our Academic Award Winner!

    Jennifer Mendez had 5 goals and 13 assists this season in support of Jenny to garner All-Conference status. Jenny Hernandez had 60 goals in her 4 years as a varsity player with 48 of them over the last 2 years. In addition, she had 22 assists throughout her time here. Finally, she finished in the top 5 of scoring for all of Nassau County over the last 2 years. Yisel Fernandez won the Academic Award with an overall average of 96.
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Student and Educator of the Week

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    Bryan Molina is an amazing second grade student at Ulysses Byas Elementary School. He has been a student at Ulysses Byas since kindergarten. As a student Bryan is hardworking and conscientious. He enjoys participating in classroom activities. Bryan’s favorite subjects are English Language Arts and Writing. Bryan also enjoys playing soccer, and he is also a member of the Roosevelt Kings soccer team. He also enjoys playing Chess and he is a member of the Roosevelt Chessnuts. In his spare time he enjoys drawing and reading. In the future Bryan aspires to become a Police Officer because he would like to help protect his community. Keep up the excellent work Bryan, and good luck in all your endeavors!

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