Roosevelt High Students Get Involved! Advanced Placement Courses Some high school programs are listed below:
Chemistry, English, World History, Studio Art
Alternative Learning Academy
Extended Day After/School Program
Man-Up Manhood Program
Resolutions – Girls Empowerment
DO YOU HAVE A GREAT APP IDEA? Students are being asked to describe an App that they think would best benefit our district based on any issues that they see in the district. The winner of the competition will win a $50 gift card and the student and their school will be featured on the district website. The form for the App Design Competition can be found at the district website (www.rooseveltufsd.org) at the top of the left hand menu under announcement.
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.
Mr. Christian Dottin
Mr. Christian Dottin is a Physical Education and Health Teacher that has been working at Roosevelt High School for the past 3 years. Mr. Dottin is a well respected teacher and is always willing and able to assist the High School Community when called upon. He springs into action without hesitation in order to maintain the safety of the students and integrity of the building. He currently coaches Cross Country Track and assists with taking pictures for the yearbook. His favorite quote is: "A goal without a plan is a wish" by Herman Edwards, the former NY Jets Coach.