Roosevelt Elementary School
Roosevelt Elementary School
Phone: (360) 452.8973 or 452.8974
Fax: (360) 452.4011
- Roosevelt Elementary School Website
- Continuous School Improvement Plans
- Roosevelt Enrollment, January 2013 - 407.54
- Port Angeles School District Demographics Information
For more information on Roosevelt Elementary School, click here to view Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Washington State Report Card information.
In alliance with all Port Angeles Schools, Roosevelt Elementary students will reach high standards and graduate prepared with knowledge, skills, and abilities to choose a successful future.
In alliance with Port Angeles School District, Roosevelt Elementary creates and sustains learning communities that prepare each student to live, work, and learn successfully in a changing world.
Reflections on the 2012-13 School Year
Roosevelt Elementary School has a great foundation on which to build our educational plan and school community: our students, parents, staff and Port Angeles community partners. We have a community that tirelessly lends its support through special events, donations, and volunteerism to make it possible for our teachers and staff to continually provide a quality education for our children.
This past year, our students’ Measurement of Student Progress (MSP) scores demonstrated the following achievements:
Reading: Third grade: 78.5% at standard (19.1% increase); fourth grade: 82.5% at standard (4 year + trend); fifth grade: 76.4% at standard (3 year + trend), no gender gap; sixth grade: 80.8% at standard (4 year + trend), no significant gender gap, critical thinking strand at 87.5%.
Math: Third grade: 60% at standard (3 year + trend); sixth grade: 76.7% at standard (4 year + trend), no gender gap; increase in all strand areas.
Writing: 66.7% at standard (5.4% increase), above the state, 75.5% conventions, 73.6% Content, Organization, Style (17.3% increase).
Science: 80% at standard (+ 4 year trend, plus up10.6%); scores above the state.
Plans for the 2013-2014 School Year
Our goal is to create a learning community where every student is receiving excellent instruction every day. We will partner with each other, parents, and community members to help each child be a successful learner.
Reading: Every child will receive 90 minutes of literacy instruction each day. We will use a RTI model to provide differentiated small group reading. Every classroom will help students understand and use comprehension strategies and test taking strategies so that students can show what they know on assessments. Teachers will work together to continue to build their understanding of Common Core.
Math: We are beginning our second year using enVisions. We will continue to strive for 60-90 minutes of daily math. Students will learn problem solving and math fact strategies so that they can successfully show their best math thinking.
Writing: Student will have writing instruction 4/5 days a week with teachers integrating writing across all content areas. Authors will be brought in to model the writing process and love of writing.
Science: Teachers will follow the district FOSS science kit schedule focusing on the scientific process. School wide, hands on science learning opportunities will be provided to all students through community partnerships.
Assessment will be used to guide instruction. Goals have been set for this year to meet the annual measurable objectives for the MSP. Our assessment results increased in 2013 in every area except fifth grade math. Formative assessments will be used throughout the year to monitor student progress and differentiate instruction.
Annually, the School District provides opportunities for professional development to enhance capacities to close student achievement gaps defined by demographic attributes. The School District will also continue regularly scheduled collaborative time so teachers can support each other in understanding student achievement data and its connection to instructional strategies, curriculum and assessment.Additionally, Roosevelt certified staff will participate in a Pathways of Common Core book study; paraeducators will take part in a book study; the Positive Behavior Intervention Support implementation team will take part in a two-day training with Dr. Greg Benner; guest teachers will provide teacher release time for DRA/ARI/WAKids assessment; and certificated staff will participate in peer observations of other teachers for increased curriculum understanding and building of instructional skills.
A Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) fall 2013 survey indicated positive support for Roosevelt Elementary, especially in the following:
Staff/CEE Survey: 82%, Supportive Learning Environment; 79%, Clear and Shared Focus
Parent/CEE Survey: 89%, Effective Leadership; 88%, High Standards & Expectations; 88%, Supportive Learning Environment
Student/CEE Survey: 92%, High Standards/Expectations; 78%, Clear and Shared Focus
Roosevelt students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of enrichment activities including: Math Olympiad offered for fifth/sixth grades, after-school Writing Club, art opportunities with Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, sixth grade outdoor education offered at NatureBridge, Young Writers Conference for 1st-6th grade students March 2014 at Peninsula College sponsored by PTA and possibly PAEF grants, Science Day with NatureBridge, cross-age/grade reading buddies, Poetry Slam-6th grade, Tears of Joy Puppet Theater,, fourth grade Battle of the Books through the North Olympic Library System.
How You Can Help
Roosevelt is committed to the goal of providing quality education for every child. To this end, we will continue to partner with parents, our PTA, the Port Angeles Education Foundation, YMCA and Boys and Girls Club. We will look to increase our number of parent volunteers and those from Independent Bible Church and First Presbyterian Church.
Everyone gains if Roosevelt staff and our community work together to promote high achievement by our children. Parents play an extremely important role as children’s first teachers. Support for their children and for the school is critical to children’s success every step along the way. Our goal is a school-home partnership that will help all students to succeed. Finally, we wish to extend invitations to all of our educational and community partners, but most importantly to our parents, to share your thoughts, ideas, and what ifs. Together we will help all of our students be successful.
Use and Condition of Building
Roosevelt Elementary School, built in 1978, housed Roosevelt Middle School students until June 2007. The facility now supports kindergarten through grade six classrooms, as well as outdoor fields and two large gyms for district and community recreation. The physical evaluation of this education facility is rated 53% based on a January 7, 2008 study and survey by BLRB Architects. Facility Use and Conditions Report available at the Port Angeles School District office.
For more information on Port Angeles School District’s Report Card go to: reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us.
Fourth Grade Assessment 2010-2013