• Greetings!

    Roosevelt Elementary has a history of creating academically and socially successful students by meeting their diverse learning needs. Our dedicated staff, caring students, and supportive families work together to provide high-quality instruction, social/emotional/behavioral supports, and opportunities for students to pursue strengths and interests.

    We welcome students with learning differences into our general education classes and provide special education services through our Collaborative Learning Center model. Our Power Hour general education intervention program provides small group support in Reading and Math at all grade levels. Additionally, by using a divided opening schedule (AKA Early Birds/Late Birds) in Kindergarten through 2nd grade, our teachers are able to work with students in small ability-based groups to target their instruction successfully. 4th and 5th grade departmentalization allows teachers to become content experts in either English-Language Arts and Social Studies or Math and Science.

    We are fortunate to have an incredibly supportive parent community who donates time, energy, and resources to enrich our programs and overall classroom experiences. We recognize the importance of arts education and provide opportunities for participation in ceramics, chorus, instrumental music, musical performance, and more.

    If you have questions about what makes our school great, just ask. I'm the one with the crazy socks. Thank you for doing your part to make Roosevelt Elementary a great place to learn together...and GO ROUGH RIDERS!


    Matt Osmond, Principal


Picture of Principal Matt Osmond in front of kindergarten class reading