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 Calendar

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    image of our black & gold calendar

  • Roosevelt 2020-21 Daily Schedule

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    Qtr 4 Schedule

    hybrid weekly schedule

     

     distance learning weekly schedule

     

     

     


    Spanish bell schedule

Roosevelt News

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  • RHS Graduation

    Class of 2021 Graduation, Tuesday June 8th.  1:00 pm at Providence Park

  • Cap & Gown Pick Up / Decision Day

    Senior Events


    Senior Events

  • Senior Information - April 28

    It was so wonderful to see many of you all yesterday for our senior meeting where we went over celebrations, supports, and graduation. We want every one of our seniors to cross the finish line, so from 11-1pm every Wednesday we will have staff to support you in passing your classes. Please fill out this form if your student is interested in attending. 
     
    We will also have celebrations from 12-2pm every Wednesday at the turn-around. Please see this slide deck we shared with seniors yesterday for events in May and information on graduation (for Span: click here). There will be more information to come as we start preparing, so stay tuned and go Riders!
  • Graduation and Senior Celebrations and Supports

    We know there have been a lot of questions about graduation, and I FINALLY have some updates.  I'm so sorry that this information has taken so long to put together. We really wanted to make sure our seniors had the opportunity for a graduation ceremony after the most disrupted year of schooling in many many years.  

    Here's some good news -  We are currently planning an outdoor ceremony to allow families to come together with the senior class and celebrate this amazing accomplishment. We will be hosting high school graduation ceremonies at Providence Park this year, allowing us to gather outside, maintain social distancing, and have a true graduation ceremony. We are still finalizing many of the details, and will be following all state and local guidelines in terms of capacity, seating, and social distancing.

    Here's the constant reminder of our reality - As COVID keeps reminding us, things may change between now and graduation. We want to remind all families to wear your mask, wash your hands, and watch your distance so our communities stay as healthy as possible. If health metrics change because of increases in COVID cases, we may have to go back to the graduation model we used last year (drive thru to get diplomas at the school).  I am hopeful that we will be able to have a ceremony outside at Providence Park!

    Here's the bad news - we still don't have a date for graduation.  It will be between Sunday, June 6 and Wednesday, June 9th.  We know there is an AP exam on June 9th in the morning, so we are trying to stay away from that date.  I'm hoping to know the date and time in the next week.  

    Here are a few things to know:

    • Senior STUDENT Meeting.  We will be sharing information about celebrations and supports for seniors throughout the month of May.
      • Wednesday, April 28th
      • 12:30pm on Google Meets -  RIDERSENIORS
    • Senior PARENT Meeting.  We will be sharing information about celebrations and supports for seniors throughout May and answering questions you might have
      • Wednesday, April 28th 
      • 5:30pm on Google Meets in English and Spanish

    Each Wednesday in May we will have a few hours for seniors to drive through the turn-around and get different things for their senior year.  Our leadership class is working on themes for the different days, and we will make sure seniors are walking away with something to remember this unforgettable year.  Thanks to our Leadership students, the Roosevelt Supporter Club, and our counselors for making this all happen!  Here are the dates and times for the different activities - mark your calendar!  Here is a flier with more information in English and Spanish

    We were hoping to have a senior awards night with families, outside on the field.  We still cannot have gatherings that large, so we are going to be putting some of our senior awards into the graduation ceremony.  More to come on that!

  • Spanish version of hybrid video

    Here is the link to the Spanish version of our hybrid video, for parents:

    Informacion sobre clases hybridas

  • More information about hybrid vs. distance learning

    As you are thinking about what is best for your family 4th quarter (continuing with our morning distance learning only, or adding two afternoons a week of in-person hybrid support), here is a link to a video that explains more about what hybrid support will look like, as well as slides in English and slides in Spanish.

    Please make sure to fill out the survey that was emailed to your family, for each Roosevelt student. If you cannot find the survey (it came from research@pps.net), feel free to email us at: rooseveltinfo@pps.net and we will email a fresh link to you.

    We will have family meetings next week, to answer more questions if you have any:

    Friday, April 2nd @noon

    Saturday, April 3rd @11:00am

    Thursday, April 8th @4:30

    Meetings will happen in English and Spanish. 

  • Reminder: Look for your Hybrid Survey from PPS

    Good morning Riders,

    PPS sent you a link to the High School Learning Choice Form yesterday.  Use the survey in the email to let us know if your student will be returning to Hybrid support or continuing in CDL (comprehensive distance learning).

    If you don't see the district email, please follow these steps:

    1. Look for an email with the subject line:  4th quarter In-person hybrid learning preference
    2. Check all of your inboxes and junk boxes for an email from research@pps.net
    3. Check the inbox of other caregivers whose email is on file.  The survey was sent to only one parent/guardian per student.

    If you didn't receive it, please send an email to research@pps.net.  

    Enjoy your spring break.  We will be back to answer any questions you have on March 29th.

    Go Riders!

  • 2020 Yearbook Information

    2020 yearbook ordering

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    or navigate to Students>Yearbooks

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  • RHS Student Health Center CLOSED Winter Break

    Health Center Closed 12/18 - 12/31Clinic Closed 12/18 - 12/31

  • Broken Chromebook????

    Broken Chromebooks to BESC

  • Lifetouch pictures are in!

    We have received Lifetouch picture packets back for every student that took a picture on picture days in August.  The pictures are available with supply & textbook pick up for students, starting today.  In each student's packet is a code a parent can use to order pictures, if they have not ordered them already. Instructions for ordering are also in the packet.
     
    If, for some reason, the packet does not contain the code or instructions, parents can call Customer Service for Lifetouch at1-866-955-8342, and reference these:  our picture day ID (EVTQZQN2F) and the day they took their pictures: (they'll need to know if they came on 8/24, 08/25, or 8/26). With those, a customer service rep should be able to help them get the Portrait ID and access code or help them order over the phone. 
  • Student Health Centers Open: REVISED PHONE NUMBERS

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    This fall, while schools are engaged in distance learning, Roosevelt Student Health Center is open 8:45 am-4:45 pm Monday-Thursday for phone, video and in-person visits, and 8:45 am-4:45 pm Friday for phone and video appointments only. Call 503-988-3909 to make an appointment. 
     
    NOTE: phone numbers were incorrect on our translated fliers. The fliers attached now reflect corrected numbers. 
     
    Any Multnomah County K-12 youth can visit the center and there are no out of pocket costs. We also can connect students and their families with community resources for food or help with medical insurance. Student Health Centers at David Dougals & Parkrose high schools are also open. For more information visit https://multco.us/health/student-health-centers. Stay connected via Facebook and Instagram.
  • Roosevelt's Social Work Team

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    We are here to support students with significant barriers to success at school. Our ultimate goal is to make sure you have all the support you need to be successful in school!
    This may include connecting to emergency services (food, housing, school supplies, etc), support groups, or being a liaison between school and families, and community resource referral needs.
    If you would like support with any of these please fill out the social worker referral form Social Work Referral Form or contact our social work team directly.
     
    Kristin Buchanan
    9th & 12th grades
    kbuchanan@pps.net
    kristin buchanan  
     
     
    Yaneira Romero
    10th & 12th grades
    yromero@pps.net
     yaniera
     
    Brenda Ramos
    11th & 12th grades
    bramos@pps.net
    (971) 413-9845 
    brenda  
  • Need Help?

    Need help getting started navigating our new online learning? Don't know how to reach your counselor? Can't access your PPS email or Canvas? Need to activate your ParentVUE account? 
     
    Click here for our online learning resources (Español)
  • How Teachers are Taking Attendance

    Students are marked present if, within 24 hours of class, they do at least ONE of the following:
    • Attend the class' video meet: this can be the class' live meet or a small group meeting with with the teacher or a one-on-one conference or tutorial with the teacher
    • Communicate with their teacher: via chat, text, email, or communication app
    • Call: a phone call between the student and the teacher, paraeducator, or EA counts (with younger students, the phone call can be from the parent instead of the student)
    • Submit an assignment: submitting completed coursework via email or to a learning management system
    • Turn in work: turning in complete coursework on a given day counts.
     
  • Learn to Access StudentVUE

    Click here for a great YouTube video made by one of our own Roosevelt students, showing you how to access StudentVUE and what to do if you forget your password!
     
     
    Here is a link to the Student Portal. Have your student bookmark this:  https://portal.pps.net 
     
    All else is failing? Email us at rooseveltinfo@pps.net
     
  • UPDATED: Student Password & Parent Canvas Information

    Student passwords have NOT changed this summer, as they have in previous years. 
     
    If you cannot remember your password, please go to https://portal.pps.net, enter your username and then click "Forgot Password." You will need to answer the security questions you set up last year. Then you will be able to choose a new password for yourself. 
     
    Here is a flyer walking returning students through the process: (English) (Spanish
     
    New students, here is a flyer explaining how to figure out what your username, PPS email address and temporary password are: (English) (Spanish)
     
    Parent Access to Canvas
    Here is a link to parent information about Canvas. Students will receive a "pairing code" from their teachers. They will give this code to their parents. More information will be coming out to help parents with this, soon.
     

Family Emails

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Noticias de Roosevelt

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  • Noticias Familia Rider

    Mensaje de la Directora
    Hola Riders,
    Este mes es el Mes de la Herencia de los Asiáticos Americanos del Pacífico (AAPI). Cuando pienso en nuestra comunidad AAPI, es difícil poner a un grupo tan diverso de personas en una categoría, y quiero reconocer que incluso poner nuestra comunidad AAPI en un solo grupo silencia las ricas experiencias y culturas de algunos miembros Asiáticos e Isleños del Pacífico de nuestra comunidad. Con el drástico aumento de los delitos de odio hacia nuestra comunidad AAPI en todo el país, sigo comprometida en apoyar a nuestros estudiantes y familias de AAPI y continúo trabajando con nuestro personal y estudiantes para crear un entorno escolar más seguro para nuestros compañeros de clase de AAPI.
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  • Noticias Familia Rider

    Mensaje de la Directora

    La semana pasada, nos enteramos que un jurado encontró a Dereck Chauvin culpable del asesinato de George Floyd. Este veredicto es diferente al ....

    Para continuar leyendo por favor haga clic aquí: Noticias

     
     
  • Noticias Familia Rider

    Mensaje de la Directora
    Hola Riders:
    ¡No puedo creer que finalmente tengamos la oportunidad de ver a algunos estudiantes en persona en el día de hoy!
    Para continuar leyendo por favor haga clic aqui
  • Noticias Familia Rider

    Mensaje de la Directora

    ¡Esta semana es una semana muy ocupada! El SAT es mañana, los deportes de primavera están en marcha y nuestros maestros pasan de miércoles a viernes preparándose para dar la bienvenida a los estudiantes de regreso a la escuela en persona.

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District News

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  • Read the CBRC’s Budget Review Shared at the May 11 Board of Education Meeting

    Note: The following was presented May 11 by the Community Budget Review Committee. We are thankful for the hard work and commitment shared by these volunteers.

    Background and Purpose of the Community Budget Review Committee (CBRC)

    The Community Budget Review Committee (CBRC) reviews, evaluates and makes recommendations to the Portland Public School Board of Education (Board) regarding the Superintendent's Proposed Budget and any other budgetary issues the CBRC or the Board identify. The CBRC also monitors and advises the Board on the allocation and expenditure of Local Option Levy funds, which will be completed under separate cover.

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  • 2021-22 Budget Focus Groups on May 18 and May 20

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    Dear PPS Community,

    Portland Public Schools is in the process of developing and finalizing our 2021-22 budget for approval by the Board of Education, and we want to hear from you. Please join us for the 2021-22 Budget Focus Groups. Both opportunities are available to PPS students. 

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  • Reminder: COVID-19 Vaccinations Available for Students 16+

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    Dear PPS High School Families,

    This is a reminder that COVID-19 vaccinations are available again this Wednesday, May 12 at the Oregon Convention Center for students 16 and older and their family members. 

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  • A Note from the Superintendent: Appreciating our Teachers and School Administrators

    Dear Colleagues, 

    As Teacher and School Administrator Appreciation Week comes to a close here at Portland Public Schools, I want to share an additional personal note of gratitude to all our hard-working and dedicated professional educators and school leaders. While your commitment to our students is always evident, this past year with all of its challenges was truly unlike any other in our careers. The impact of this pandemic, economic crisis, and racial uprising, has required incredible flexibility, adaptation, and perseverance on your part. 

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