The Roosevelt School District is looking to seek advice from our students through a survey and is planning after-school and summer programs to support student health and wellness. As a result, the District is looking to learn about student interests and needs. The District would also like to learn if students are interested in a career in health or wellness.
Students, please answer honestly, and respectfully. This is an opportunity for students to let your teachers and administrators know what you want, what you value, and what matters to you. This information will be used to plan after-school, summer, and weekend programs that meet your needs!
Thursday, October, 20, 2022 at 2:50 pm at the Athletic Field.
The Roosevelt High School celebrates Black History month with beautiful displays showcased throughout the building! Kimberla Wallace, a teacher at the Roosevelt High School, decorated the whole building depicting different facets of Black History Month.
The Roosevelt High School varsity wrestling team won the team championship at the Glen Cove McCullough Wresting Tournament. Brian Garcia was named Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament today. Congratulations to head coach Ben Syers and all of the Roosevelt High School grapplers today in a very competitive tournament.
The Roosevelt Boys Varsity Soccer team upset W.C. Mempham with a 7-6 penalty kick shootout win!
The Roosevelt High School hosted a Hispanic Heritage Night as the grand finale to the district's celebrations. The event included a night of Hispanic music, art, poetry, dance, presentations, and more!
On October 21, 2021, Roosevelt High School students participated in Nassau County Department of Human Services, Office of Youth Services' annual 4C's Day of Empowerment for young men ages 14-18. These young men embarked on a day of empowerment and mentoring entitled Kingship: Claiming his Crown. A panel of presenters discussed the following areas: career, character, college, courage, identity, potential, power, purpose, self-care, self-esteem, and self-worth.
Roosevelt High Students Get Involved!
Advanced Placement Courses Art, Biology, Calculus, English Literature, Spanish, US History and more!