Community service is an essential part of a Roosevelt Elementary School education. Click on the titles below to see the many ways our students help in our community.
Our school takes part in the penny wars project in order to raise funds to prepare gift baskets for needy families within our community. We challenge students to collect pennies and bring them to class in order to compete amongst their peers. The class with the highest penny count wins a movie and popcorn! We are also encouraging students to bomb or sabotage other classrooms by adding nickels, dimes, quarters, and even dollars into their jars! Check back soon for the dates of our next penny war.
Coins for Caring
Our school has a coin drive for over two weeks to raise funds for the Lighthouse Rescue Mission. The funds provide assistance to mothers and their children residing on-site. New coin drive dates coming soon!
Habitat for Humanity
In May 2015, our Roosevelt coffee club worked with Habitat for Humanity to work on some construction and other housing projects adjacent to our school site. The event was sponsored by Lowes as they were promoting “National Women Build Week.” This one day activity was very successful, and our Roosevelt parents made a positive impact on our community at large.