This month Peoria Public Schools introduces Saturday University, a new learning opportunity for third and sixth grade students to sharpen and strengthen math and reading skills. Beginning October 21 and meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on 20 Saturday mornings through April 14, Saturday University will be open to 100 students. The program will be held at Glen Oak Community Learning Center and bus transportation will be provided. Bradley University students and Caterpillar Inc. volunteers will work with students, as well as certified teachers and teacher aides. The program will include field trip opportunities, prizes and other incentives. Click on this story for the links to register and for the full list of program dates.
Join us Friday, October 27, 2017, from 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Throughout the Peoria Public Schools, students observed Youth Violence Prevention Week with activities and discussions on healthy relationships and conflict resolution. Roosevelt students showed their solidarity by wearing their purple and orange school colors and ended the week by joining hands and forming a giant peace symbol in the gym.
Principal Cynthia Clark and the Roosevelt Magnet School staff was recognized at the March 20 Peoria Public Schools Board of Education meeting for having the second most-improved attendance rates for February 2017. Clark spoke about the incentive programs she and Roosevelt teachers have created to encourage students to keep absences low including Assistant Principal Denise Smith's home-baked snickerdoodles.
Choir students from Roosevelt Magnet School competed in the Illinois Grade School Music Association (IGSMA) District contest this past Friday. Mrs. Beverly Stenoish and Ms. Morgan Hansmeier prepared three separate choral groups for this annual event. They were all accompanied by Mrs. Dawn Clark. The newly reformed 5th grade magnet students brought home first place medals and ratings in their two groups, a 5th/6th grade choir and an all 5th grade swing choir (singing and dancing combined). The 7/8th grade choir brought home a second place ranking. Roosevelt Magnet is the only district grade school to compete in this event. It is a great deal of hard work, and a great accomplishment. The directors would like to thank our parents, administration, and our district for all of their support.
Join us as we celebrate the Peoria Public Schools’ Budding Artists at Parent University, Thursday, March 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Peoria Public Library Main Branch. The host schools for the March Parent University will be Peoria High School, home of the Preparatory School for the Arts (PSA) and Roosevelt Magnet School.
Rico Porter's Lasagna will be one of the recipes competing in the March 11 Future Chefs competition at Lincoln K-8.
The vision of Roosevelt Magnet School is to prepare our students today for the world tomorrow through academics, character, and the Arts. During the 2015-2016 school year Roosevelt Magnet School will continue its focus and dedication to the Arts. Roosevelt will maintain ten full-time Arts teachers during the 2015-2016 school year. Additionally, Roosevelt will increase the Arts staff with an additional part-time Arts teacher to meet the needs of our students. Students who attend Roosevelt Magnet School are provided the opportunity to participate in a variety of Arts throughout the school day. Please view our brochure to read additional information about the Arts offerings at Roosevelt Magnet School.
The mission of Roosevelt Magnet School, as an innovative fine arts academy, is to ensure that each student develops to his or her academic, artistic and personal potential by integrating the arts and technology within a safe, nurturing environment, which embraces diversity in partnership with families and the community.
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Policy Committee Meeting