Mrs. Lantrip painting for the TK and Kindergarten Stencil project.
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Opportunities

Here are just a few ways you can get involved to help our Roosevelt Rough Riders on the road to success!
 
  • Parent Teacher Organization
  • School Site Council
  • English Language Advisory Committee
  • District English Learner Advisory Committee
  • Volunteer in the classroom or in the front office - Volunteer Information(English) and (Espanol)
  • Parent Coffee Club – Every Thursday at 8:30 a.m.

Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

The purpose of the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) is to support Roosevelt by promoting volunteerism and raising funds to enhance campus facilities and provide resources not feasible under the school budget allowance. Our goal is to foster positive liaisons among parents, community members, students, teachers, and administrators. Please visit our calendar to find meeting dates and times. 
 
PTO Members:
  • Brenda Carpenter
  • Tami Lantrip
  • Scott Gregerson
  • Theresa Beck
  • Annette Hernandez
  • Patricia Madrigal
  • Etna Medina
  • Beatrice Castro
 

School Site Council (SSC)

The school site council (SSC) is a group of teachers, parents and classified employees that works with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets. They attend and participate in meetings as required.  School site council members review the school wide plan and provide input for revision.  They also complete the Local Monitor and Review and debrief.  The members of the school site council are elected by their peers.

SSC Members:
  • Raquel Sanchez
  • Maria Vega
  • Claudia Alvarez
  • Ana Neri
  • Martha Cortez
  • Paola Ponce
  • Anthony Felix
  • Tami Rodriguez
  • David Calendar
  • Annette Hernandez
  • Jill Branco
 

Meeting Dates: 

All meetings are at 1:30 p.m.

Sept. 20th, Nov. 15th, Jan. 24th, Feb. 21st, Apr. 11th

 

Current SSC Meeting Agendas

Current SSC Minutes & Ancillaries

 
English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC)
 

The English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) is a group of English Learner parents and community members who advise and assist schools in making important decisions related to services for English Learners. The California Education Code requires an ELAC be formed at schools with more than 20 identified English Learners. Any student's parent or community member can serve on the ELAC. The ELAC executive board is made up of five ELAC members who can only be elected by parents of English Learners. At least three members of the executive board must be parents of English Learners themselves. The chairperson must be a parent of an English Learner in attendance at the school.

ELAC Members:
  • Raquel Sanchez
  • Claudia Alvarez
  • Ana Neri
  • Anthony Felix
  • Annette Hernandez
  • Paola Ponce
 

Meeting Dates: 

All meetings are at 1:30 p.m.

Sept. 20th, Nov. 15th, Jan. 24th, Feb. 21st, Apr. 11th

 

Current ELAC Meeting Agendas

Current ELAC Minutes & Ancillaries

 

District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)

The DELAC, or subcommittee on English learner education, shall advise the district's local governing board (e.g., in person, by letters/reports, or through an administrator) on programs and services for English learners.  The DELAC shall be responsible for advising the district's local governing board on the following tasks:

a. Development or revision of a district master plan of education programs and services for English learners, taking into consideration the Single School Plan for Student Achievement

b. Conducting a district-wide needs assessment on a school-by-school basis

c. Establishment of district programs, goals, and objectives for programs and services for English learners (e.g., parental exception waivers and funding)

d. Development of a plan to ensure compliance with any applicable teacher and instructional aide requirements

e. Administration of the annual language census (e.g., procedures and forms)

f. Review and comment on the district's reclassification procedures

g. Review and comment on the written notifications required to be sent to parents and guardians.

 

Coffee Club

Coffee Club meets every Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in room 603.  This is a time where parents get together and talk about events at our school, raise awareness and concerns that they might have, or simply get together and brainstorm different projects within the community. Topics range from PTO involvement and news, field trips, community outreach, and most recently our Roosevelt morning clean up project. Join us every Thursday morning to stay in the know!
 
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