Read this week’s eNEWS for a notice of upcoming events, a thank you, information on the online auction, a Walk & Roll Challenge, cultural festival notice, request for volunteers, teacher & staff appreciation, parent education night, information on a Jr. High-Tones camp, South Eugene basketball and soccer information, Rose Children’s Theatre camp and Oak Hill School summer programs, un foro comunitario sobre la seguridad pública and feria de salud y bienstar para mujeres.
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May 22nd (W) – Walk & Roll Challenge
May 27th (M) – NO SCHOOL Memorial Day
May 28th (T) – Spring Band Concert (6:00 PM)
May 29th (W) – Spring Orchestra Concert (6:00 PM)
May 30th (Th) – Cultural Festival (6:30 PM)
June 6th (M) – 8th Grade Permission Slips due
June 13th (M) – 8th Grade Pool Party (2-3:30)
June 17th (M) – 8th Grade Promotion (6:00 PM) & Dance (7:30 PM)
June 18th (T) – Last Day of School for 6th & 7th (No school for 8th graders)
Thank you to all the families who have Roosevelt attached to their Fred Meyer rewards card. As a result, the Kroger company donated $57.43 to Roosevelt.
Thank you to the volunteers who help during our Activity Night: Rebecca Humble, Heidi Zola, Kathy Meldrum, Trevor Means, Anna Shipway, Melody Spears, Victoria Robinson, Mary Leigthon, Jeff Goolsby, Gina Thompson, Julia Sunkomat, Matt Riel and Deanna Engel.
Online Auction to Support Roosevelt
We have some wonderful items left over from Showcase Roosevelt. They are now available on our online auction, which will run until this Friday, May 17th. All proceeds from the auction go toward Roosevelt staffing and activities.
Click on the following link to view and bid on items:
Additionally, if you would prefer to give a direct donation rather than bidding on items, you can donate through the following link. Any size donation is appreciated!
Walk & Roll Challenge
Roosevelt is participating in the Walk+Roll Challenge on Wednesday, May 22nd and we need your help! Our goal is to encourage as many students as possible to increase their physical activity by using active transportation modes like walking, biking, scooting, skating, busing, and carpooling. This year we have great incentives and prizes to encourage our students to get active!
Although we encourage students to walk, bike, carpool, bus, and skate all year long, students caught walking and rolling to school on Wednesday, May 22nd will get free incentives and be entered into a prize raffle (including hydroflask, portable hammock, summer One-Pass).
Walking and rolling to and from school is an excellent way to add physical activity into a daily routine. Kids need at least sixty minutes of physical activity every day to keep them healthy – and many kids in Oregon just don’t get enough. Positive experiences gained through walking and bicycling to school will pave the way for being physically active throughout life.
Thanks again for helping encourage healthy habits in our school community. We couldn’t do it without you. Want to help with this year’s Walk+Roll to School Challenge? Please contact Jennifer Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural Festival on Thursday, May 30th 6:30-7:30
Be sure to attend the Cultural Festival Open House on Thursday, May 30, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Our sixth grade students, with assistance from the Cultural Connections Team, have been working diligently to research and assemble their projects. You are invited to view the project poster boards that tell about student histories and backgrounds. The projects will be displayed in the hallways and are a source of pride and accomplishment for our sixth grade students. Parents, students, friends and relatives are invited to attend. Please plan to attend this celebration of our students’ cultural and community diversity!
We need volunteers for the 6th Grade Cultural Festival. Please follow the directions below to become an official volunteer and click on the link to sign up to volunteer for the festival:
6th Grade Cultural Festival Sign up**
**All volunteers must have a current background check at Roosevelt and pass the online training BEFORE volunteering at the school. To submit a background check please go to RMS Background Check.
Once your background check is completed you will receive an email for a mandatory Volunteer Orientation from the School District (SafeSchools). This must be completed as soon as possible and BEFORE you volunteer. Please email a copy of the Certificate of Completion to Laura Fuhriman – email@example.com, or bring a copy to the RMS office.
Teacher Appreciation Week
Greetings Roosevelt families! Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up and we want to celebrate our marvelous teachers and staff. THIS Friday, May 17th Parents At Roosevelt is hosting a lunch for teachers and we need your help. PAR will provide the main course, but would love for families to contribute veggies and fruit, drinks, and dessert.
Please check out the sign-up at https://signup.com/go/eGPoQof to find a spot that works for you and pass the word on to other families.
Our teachers and staff do so much to make Roosevelt the amazing school that it is, so let’s do our part to say thank you. Items can be dropped at school on Thursday, May 9th and Friday, May 10th by 11:00. All serving items should be labeled for ease of return and any dishes with common allergens should be labeled as well. Questions? Email Alexis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Education Night Thursday, May 23rd:
Parenting & Social Media
Parenting and Social Media:
How to nurture a positive relationship between you and your child and their screens
Please join your South Eugene School Community for an important night of learning and discussion about the impact of gaming, posting, streaming and scrolling, facilitated by marriage and family therapist Paul Bolle.
Bring your concerns, your ideas and your voice, to see what we can do to guide our kids to make healthy choices and help them be safe and confident both online and off!
Thursday, May 23rd, at 6:00 PM in the beautiful school library at Roosevelt Middle School. Come and share and/or listen: parents need support too!
Junior Hi-Tones Camp THIS Saturday!
On Saturday, May 18th, North Eugene High School’s a cappella group, the Hi-Tones, is offering their second-annual Junior Hi-Tones Camp for 5th-8th grade students in the Eugene/Springfield Metro Area from 9am-12pm. Junior Hi-Tones Camp is a great opportunity for 5th-8th graders to spend a fun morning learning a pop song with choreography and vocal percussion. We’ll learn the song together, play games, have some snacks, and get to know each other. Campers are invited to perform the song with the Hi-Tones at their Trimester 3 Concert on Wednesday, May 29th, at 7pm in the NEHS Auditorium. Cost to participate is $10 and all proceeds go to the NEHS Choral Department.
Registration information is available at the following link: www.bit.ly/hitonescamp
South Eugene Basketball Information for Incoming 9th Grade Girls
Hello Basketball Families,
We are reaching out today to share information about the upcoming June basketball season. As the search for a head coach continues, we are moving forward with a modified schedule to ensure the girls have the opportunity to develop skills, gain experience and come together as a program. We are planning an informational meeting on Tuesday May 14th in the SEHS main gym at 6:00pm. The meeting with provide an opportunity for you to ask questions, register, complete waivers and make any payments necessary. (Families who qualify may receive financial support by emailing email@example.com.)
Click on the link below to find a list of opportunities with team levels indicated:
Summer Sign ups
Please review your options. Our first step will be to gather information about interest. Staff and the athletic department will form teams based on numbers of participants and will be guided by the team level structure from the end of the winter season. We are working to solicit coaches and can finalize that process once the registration process is completed. Reminder; summer activities do not represent team placement during the season. Summer is a time for athletes to keep their hands on the ball, gain experience and have fun.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please feel free to sign up using the link (Summer Sign ups) and email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Our head coach search continues and if we have hired a new coach prior to the summer season we will work collaboratively to integrate them into our current plans and possibly augment them if time and resources allow.
South Eugene Soccer Orientation Meeting & Camp Information
For Parents of 8th graders who may be interested in joining the South Eugene soccer team in the fall:
South Eugene soccer has a number of social media platforms we encourage you to join or follow. Search for South Eugene Soccer Club on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and like us, follow us, and please feel free to join in by contributing any pictures, videos or stories you have.
We also have two major upcoming events. They are:
Orientation Meeting — Wednesday May 22 at 6:00 pm
The meeting will be in the South Eugene High School cafeteria. Dave Peterson and Dean Blachly, our new coaches, will talk about the summer training program, schedules, expectations, and other things. You’ll also have a chance to meet some of our Board.
South Eugene Soccer Camp — June 24-27
This our big fundraiser of the year. Please encourage your friends and family to sign up! https://seathletics.com/main/campsclinics/
Rose Children’s Theatre Camps
Rose Children’s Theatre is offering a variety of exciting and unique summer camps for all ages from June 24th through August 23rd. Is your child interested in acting, singing, and dancing? Whether they are returning to the stage or looking for an introduction to the world of theatre, RCT has something for all young actors. With camps aimed at developing skills and experiences for middle and high school aged actors, a good time is guaranteed!
Detailed camp and registration information is available online at bit.ly/RCTcamps. Scholarships and sibling discounts are available for every camp. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Oak Hill School’s Summer Programs
Oak Hill School offers 4 unique summer programs:
Super Summer has challenging classes and activities for TAG/gifted student who have completed K-7th grades (2018-2019 school year).
Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) is a residential academic experience, for TAG/gifted students who have completed grades 6-11, located at the University of Oregon.
International Youth Enrichment Program (IYEP) is a residential academic experience specifically designed for international students who have completed grades 6-11, also located at the University of Oregon.
Summer on the Hill is a learning and recreational opportunities for all youth who have completed grades k-12.
For more information about these programs go to:
Foro Comunitario Sobre la Seguridad Pública
Martes, 21 de Mayo, 2019
Escuela Prairie Mountain (5305 Royal Ave.)
Oportunidad para hacer preguntas sobre recursos de seguridad publica.
Disfrute de comida, actividades para niños, y puestos de organizaciones
Cuidad de niños disponible
Feria de Salud y Bienstar Para Mujeres
¡Acompáñenos para una Feria de Salud y Bienestar para mujeres
Miercoloes, 22 de Mayo
El Camino del Río/River Road Elementary
(120 W. Hilliard St.)
Cuidado de uno mismo, recursos de salud y talleres. Cuidado de niños y transportación disponible con notificación.
Vea el boletín para más detalles.