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Roosevelt High School

College Ready – Career Focused – Committed to a Just World

6941 N. Central StPortland , OR 97203Ph (503) 916-5260Fx (503) 916-2704

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  • Roosevelt A/B Calendar

    Roosevelt A/B Schedule

  • Roosevelt Bell Schedule

    Roosevelt Bell Schedule

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  • Charlotte's Web the Musical

    Oct 26 - Nov 4
  • Sidewalk Change

    Work has begun on the sidewalk in front of Roosevelt and leading straight to the main building, so some areas are closed.  Please us the new, diagonal sidewalk, leading from the corner of Ida and Central:

     sidewalk closure
  • Important Senior Dates (Lista de fechas importantes)

    Parents of seniors: please see this list of important dates and important information about this year's FAFSA, which opens October 1.
    Padres de estudiantes de último año: por favor vea esta lista de fechas importantes e información importante sobre FAFSA para este año la cual abre el 1 de octubre
  • Clases de Ingles

    Clases de Ingles
  • ESL Classes through SUN

    free ESL classes at RHS
  • See the latest weekly memo on our Principal's Message tab.

  • Free & Reduced Lunch Change Affects Roosevelt Students

    2017-18 Meal Program Changes at 12 Portland Public Schools

    NEW - Families with students attending the schools listed below will need to submit a meal application before school begins August 30 to determine if they are eligible to receive free or reduced price school lunch.  School lunch will no longer be automatically free to all students enrolled in the school.  Families are encouraged to apply online at www.pps.net/Page/2464. Paper applications are available at your school office, cafeteria and online. All students will continue to receive lunch at no charge until October 11. If a meal application is not submitted or if a family is not eligible to receive free or reduced lunch, meal charges will begin October 12.


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    If your family is ineligible for meal benefits you can provide a meal from home, or pay for school meals with cash, check or debit/credit card online at www.schoolcafe.com. NOTE: There is a 5% convenience fee per online transaction.

    Please note that the changes do not apply to breakfast, which will remain free to all students. We are committed to working with families to ensure those who qualify will continue to receive free or reduced lunches. If you need assistance in applying, please contact your school or PPS Nutrition Services at 503-916-3399 or nutritionservices@pps.net.

    For meal prices, menus and other information, please go to www.pps.net/Domain/59.

    Thank you.

  • Rider Gear

    Rider Gear is being sold by leadership students every day during lunch and every Thursday at flex, in the East Wing box office. Sold all day, every school day, in RHS Main Office by RHS office staff. You can also purchase online using PPS School Pay and pick items up within one week at RHS Main office.
    gear pricing  
  • Weekly Memos Have Moved! ¡Las Noticias Semanales se han movido!

    Looking for Principal Hristic's Weekly Memo to families? See the Principal's Message tab.

    ¿Busca las Noticias Semanales del Director Hristic para las familias? Vaya a la pestaña “Mensaje del Director.”

  • Nutrition Services is Hiring

    Do you want to help inspire culinary curiosity and nourish the health of the community through school meals? Portland Public Schools Nutrition Services is recruiting for Roving Food Service Assistants to provide students delicious, high quality, nutrient rich, and safe meals. Our kitchens and cafeterias provide a vibrant and inviting atmosphere for enjoying and sharing meal time. We want you to be a part of our team! Training provided. To learn more about this exciting opportunity, call Anya Friday or Charles Hardin at 503-916-3399 or apply at https://careers.pps.net – Roving Food Service Asst. - 15742 

    Gitta Grether-Sweeney, Sr. Director, Nutrition Services
    x63397   gsweeney@pps.net


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  • Weekly Memo - October 16


    Monday, October 16, 2017

    College Ready ‐ Career Focused ‐ Committed to a Just World


    Good morning Riders,

    I hope you had a restful weekend.  Here are a few announcements for the week:

  • Weekly Memo - October 9


    Monday, October 9, 2017

    College Ready ‐ Career Focused ‐ Committed to a Just World


    Good morning Riders,

    I hope you had a restful weekend.  Here are a few announcements for the week:

  • Weekly Memo - October 2


    Monday, October 2, 2017

    College Ready Career Focused Committed to a Just World


    Good morning Riders,

    Many thanks to all of you who helped us make Homecoming such a success this year.  

  • Weekly Memo - September 25


    Monday, September 25, 2017

    College Ready ‐ Career Focused ‐ Committed to a Just World


    Good morning Riders,

    I hope you had a restful weekend.  We have a big week ahead of us.  Tuesday is our Back to School Night.

  • Weekly Memo - September 18


    Monday, September 18, 2017

    College Ready ‐ Career Focused ‐ Committed to a Just World

    Good morning Rider Families,

    I hope you had a restful weekend.  We had a wonderful Welcome Back assembly last week.  We were joined by Damian Lillard from the Blazers 

  • Weekly Memo - September 12

    Monday, September 11, 2017

    College Ready ‐ Career Focused ‐ Committed to a Just World

    Good Morning Rider Families,

    Here are a few announcements for the days ahead:

    DACA – Many thanks to Sylvia, Moe and several other staff who organized a Know Your Rights event last week.  As many of you know, 

  • Weekly Memo - September 5

    Good Morning Rider Families,

    I hope you had a restful weekend and a good start to the new school year.  We had the best start of the year that I can remember in my 15+ years as a teacher and principal.  Our students seemed excited to be back, the new building is (nearly complete), and our teachers and staff welcomed back students with open arms.  Our counselors deserve a lot of credit for making sure that our student schedules were ready for students.  There were no long lines of students with ‘holes’ in their schedules, waiting for counselors to fix their schedules.  Our office staff also did a phenomenal job of helping with registration, student photos, and countless other tasks that were sprung upon them.  I also want to thank our paras and EAs for helping our students (and families) transition back into school mode, and I want to give a shout out for our Campus Security Agents for being visible, approachable, and supportive.  Last but not least, kudos go out to our teachers for starting this school year with thoughtful and engaging activities, for beginning to build thriving learning communities, and for reminding our students why Roosevelt feels like home.  Here is to a great year ahead! 

    Calendar This Week:

    Monday: Labor Day (no school)

    Tuesday: B Day (EARLY DISMISSAL)

    Wednesday: A Day

    Thursday: B Day

    Friday: A Day

    Early Dismissal – You probably know by now that we have early dismissal on Tuesday.  Here is the schedule:
  • Wecome to the 2017-18 school year at Roosevelt!

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    Dear Roosevelt Families,

    It is my pleasure to welcome all new and returning students and families to the 2017-2018 school year!


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