All students rising to 9th grade are invited to attend the 1-week Summer Bridge program that is being offered at the South Eugene High School campus. Summer Bridge is a Eugene School District 4J program offered at each of the 4J high school campuses to help ensure a smooth and successful transition for incoming freshmen.  For more information, click on the image of the bridge!

Come Together: A Showcase of Roosevelt

Friday, April 27th
6:00-8:30 pm

Join us Friday, April 27th from 6:00-8:30 pm, as we celebrate our school community and all that makes Roosevelt a wonderful place.

Admission is free, while
food, activity & raffle tickets are $.50 each.

Avoid the lines at the event and pre-purchase your tickets with the attached pre-order form.

Explore the list of food and activities below so you can estimate how many tickets you’ll want to purchase.

We look forward to seeing you April 27.

Pre-ticket Orders

Each ticket is 50¢

Cake Walk (3 tickets)
Face painting (2 tickets)
Photo Booth (4 tickets/session)
Dunk Tank (4 tickets/3 balls)
Bingo (2 tickets)
Staffle Raffle (for current Roosevelt Students
(1 ticket/chance))
Ping-Pong (free)

Each ticket is 50¢

- Meals include lemonade and greens

Pizza Meal (8 tickets)
Quiche Meal (10 tickets)
Pizza Slice (4 tickets)
Quiche Slice (6 tickets)
Lemonade (1 ticket)
Crêpes (6-10 tickets)
Soft-Serve Ice Cream (4 tickets)
Desserts (1-6 tickets)
Soft-Serve Ice Cream (4 tickets)
Snacks (1-4 tickets)




  • April 17 (T) – South Eugene High School: Incoming 9th Grade Student & Parent Information Night
  • April 18 (W) – Community Forum on School Schedules 5:30–6:30 p.m. (4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe)
  • April 18 (W) – Natives Program Wednesday event 6:30 PM (Bailey Hill School)–see more info in this week’s eNEWS
  • April 19 (Th) – Track meet vs. Monroe 4:30 PM


  • April 25 (W) – Natives Program Wednesday event 6:30 PM (Bailey Hill School)
  • April 26 (Th) – Track meet vs. Spencer Butte 4:30 PM
  • April 27 (F) – Yearbook orders due
  • April 27 (F) – Showcase Roosevelt 6:00-8:30 PM
  • May 1 (T) – Parent Education Night 6-8:00 PM (Library) Nurturing Independence Without Losing Influence: How to Team with Your Teen


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April 16, 2018

Check out the information in this week’s eNEWS to find out about upcoming activities including the SEHS Incoming 9th Grade Student Info Night, the 4J Natives Program, the May 1st Parent Education Night, summer camps, and a Community Forum on School Schedule changes. Volunteers are still needed for Showcase and the Book Fair. Please sign up if you can help out! If you no longer wish to receive the eNEWS, please click on Unsubscribe in the footer at the bottom



The Roosevelt Middle School staff strives to provide for student growth in academic and social skills, as well as opportunities to develop empathy, citizenship, and a sense of responsibility. These "North Stars", as they are referred to by teaching staff, will focus collaborative work together on facilitating the best possible character development for our students. The Roosevelt Middle School North Stars are...

To Foster Academic And Social Skills for Success
To Develop Empathy, Citizenship, a Sense of Responsibility and Visions for the Future.
To Work to Narrow Social Disparities, Open Doors to Diversity and To Explore Who They Are
To Develop Enthusiasm About Learning That’s Relevant and Authentic

Please assist the Roosevelt Middle School community to develop the best people (both academically and socially) possible while approaching a post-secondary future. We look forward to working alongside you.

Chris Mitchell
RMS Principal