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Family Resource Directory

Name
Description
Contact
Phone
Africa House helps our African immigrant families
(503) 740-3741
Child care for students with infants
(503) 916-5260 x65266
This program helps parents learn how to navigate the school system more effectively, how to talk to their youth about difficult subjects, how to better support their youth in high school and in preparation for college. Workshops 2 times each month in the evening. Sofia Dominguez will be leading the Colegio de Padres at Roosevelt for all students enrolled in Early Escalera and Escalera. This program helps parents learn how to navigate the school system more effectively, how to talk to their youth
(971) 229-9349
Free and confidential individual and family therapy for all students and their families in English and Spanish
(971) 266-1512
Weekly on Fridays from 3:30-5:00pm. Food distribution will happen outside the school's gym by the bus roundabout on N Burr Ave.
360 214 4652
The I Am Academy will provide leadership and mentoring to 40 students this year. Please contact Mr. Leary or Dorene Williams (dorene.williams@tiaacorp.org) for more information.
The Multnomah County health clinic at Roosevelt provides medical services for our students and the community. They are open Monday-Friday 8:30AM -5:00 PM.
(503) 988-3909
Bimonthly workshops provide parents with the skills and resources they need to support and advocate for their student's educational journey.
(971) 229-9349
After-school/mentoring program. Early Escalera is for 9th and 10th graders and is a great way to develop goals and friendships at school. It is oriented around cultural identity, academic support, community building, and field trips. Students will meet with a mentor twice a month, and the after school group will meet once a week starting in October. For more information please contact Nicole Almanza at nicolealmanza@latnet.org or 503-805-3545. You can also locate her in room 113, across the Stud
(503) 805-3545
The Escalera program is open for enrollment for the 2020-2021 academic year, for 11th and 12th grade students who are interested in receiving assistance in academic goals and information about college and career. In addition, students receive individual case management with the Youth Engagement Specialist 2 times a month and offer an after school program to have support in academics, college and career, leadership development, and culture and identity. The after-school program will begin on Octo
(503) 995-8196
Mental Health Consultant
Your school nurse, Nicky Zimmerman, is here to help students with any medical issues. She evaluates illness symptoms or injuries, and gives guidance on whether you need to go home, need to see your doctor, or can go back to class. She also helps students with any chronic medical conditions (including allergies, asthma, diabetes, seizures, etc.) make a school health management plan so we are prepared for any symptoms or problems that occur. She is also a resource for immunizations, hearing and vi
ParentVue is a free app that allows you to see grades, attendance, and schedules for all your PPS students, all in one place.
(503) 916-5260 x82438
Parents, if you ever have questions about prom, dances, Rider Gear, community events, or school fundraising (non-athletic), our Activities Director (and leadership teacher) Noel Tamez is the person who can help you.
Step Up is an academic success program that supports students and families at RHS and elsewhere. Step Up mentors and tutors students and works closely with families to increase high school success. Step Up also has past students currently working as staff at RHS! This all starts in the summer, where incoming freshmen attend a week long empowerment/leadership camp. From there, we identify their goals and dreams, and coach them on creating a life worth living.
SUN runs all after school clubs and activities. We offer educational support, enrichment and recreational activities, skill development, and community involvement programs. We also oversee our schools food pantry and clothing closet.
(503) 916-5260 x82330
I am a school social worker with Teen Parent Services. Our program serves any and all pregnant and/or parenting students (moms and dads) district-wide. I work with individuals and groups of students to provide information related to prenatal care, childbirth preparation, parenting support, social-emotional needs and resources to strengthen their roles as both students and parents towards the goal of high school graduation. Our program also partners with Albina Early Headstart, co-located in Port
The McKinney-Vento (formerly Title X) Homeless Program serves all Roosevelt students who do not have a fixed, regular & adequate living situation or are living doubled-up. Families who would like to apply for Title X benefits should speak to their student's counselor or Julie Wicklander, our registrar.
Federally funded pre-college program for low-income & first generation students
(971) 338-9292
Download the Trivory app to stay in the know with everything going on at Roosevelt. Stay up to date with important news and information, discover upcoming school events and activities, and quickly find teacher contact info. Download for free from the app store for iPhone and Android, or access Trivory on the web at https://trivory.com/roosevelt