Roosevelt students are challenged and engaged in an award-winning Project Based Learning curriculum that helps them develop skills for living in a knowledge-based, highly technological society. Our supportive community of teachers, staff, and parents ensures that students are successful in all aspects of their learning. Roosevelt School’s growing accomplishments are evident in the students' comprehension and understanding of topics, the innovative projects that students lead and produce each year, and its award-winning reading program and curriculum.
One of her biggest motivations is making sure the students in her class are ready for kindergarten – not just in academics but getting them ready socially and emotionally as well.
The parents of students in Redwood City School District (RCSD) are an enthusiastic bunch. They’re thrilled with the way their little loved ones learn – specifically, they credit the teachers, the schools’ respective cultures and value communication from teachers, staff and administration.
Through differentiation, each child can excel and grow using a more personalized plan based on assessments throughout the school year. Teachers can tailor content, environment, and process to provide a curriculum that works well for a student’s specific needs and learning style.
The commitment of Redwood City School District (RCSD) kindergarten and 1st grade teachers at Roosevelt School to the academic success of their students recently earned them the attention of the San Mateo County Reading Association (SMCRA). The association presented Roosevelt School with its 2017 SMCRA Celebrate Literacy Award honoring Roosevelt School and its teachers for their significant contributions to reading instruction and literacy through the school’s Reading and Goal Setting Parent Workshops and Conferences.
Teachers and staff of three Redwood City School District (RCSD) schools have been recognized by the California PBIS Coalition for an outstanding approach to social, emotional, and behavioral support. Selected for honors in 2021 were Orion Alternative School, Roosevelt School, and Roy Cloud School.
kindergarten student to teacher ratio
different languages are spoken at home by our students and their families in our district including Arabic, Mandarin, Polish, Russian, Samoan, Spanish, and Vietnamese
healthy and nutritious breakfasts and lunches served every school day in our district
square feet of space are maintained by RCSD custodians and groundskeepers throughout our district