12/13/2021

Below is a quick glance at what you will find in this week’s eNews.

Schedule of Events
COVID testing and kit pick-up and drop-off, early release every Friday, no school days, A and B school calendar, math education night

Roosevelt School News
A message from the Principal and Assistant Principal, direct drive, HAP success, cold hallways, lost and found, Tdap vaccine for 7th graders, LSU and APISU advisors needed, yearbook purchase, winter weather information, teacher/staff appreciation for December, math education nights, becoming an Observer in Canvas, COVID: managing our resources, COVID testing and kit pick-up and drop-off

Extra Curricular Activities
Help create Black Student Magazine, Lane Arts apprenticeship program, Ophelia’s Place activities

Community Resources
Students ride free with LTD, no school day camps, family Sundays with UO Women’s basketball, Hult newsletter, free tutoring with SEHS Rotary Interact, free tutoring with NAACP, free Spanish tutor, the NATIVES program

Mental Health Support
Multiple links for support, 15th Night resource guide

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Schedule of Events
This Week
DECEMBER 13th (M): B DAY
DECEMBER 14th (T): A DAY
* Receive COVID Testing Kit
DECEMBER 15th (W): B DAY
* COVID Sample Drop Off
DECEMBER 16th (TH): A DAY
DECEMBER 17th (F): B DAY
* 2:35 PM, Early Release from School

REMINDER: Winter Break will take place from December 20th-January 3rd. Students begin school again on Tuesday, January 4th.

A Look Into January
JANUARY 3rd (M): NO SCHOOL
* No School
JANUARY 4th (T): A DAY
* Receive COVID Testing Kit
JANUARY 5th (W): B DAY
* COVID Sample Drop Off
JANUARY 6th (TH): A DAY
JANUARY 7th (F): B DAY
* 2:35 PM, Early Release from School

**A and B School Calendar for 2021-2022

Roosevelt School News
Message From The Principal and Assistant Principal
Greetings, families:

Here we are, the last week before winter break! We wish you and your family joy and happiness as 2022 approaches.

And, as we close out the calendar year, three months with students has provided an incredible perspective on our return to school. You may have been hearing recently about an uptick in student behaviors across our district and state which, in some cases, have led to school closures and additional measures to help ease transitions to in-person schooling.

As professionals, we believe it is completely understandable that students are exhibiting different levels of social, emotional and academic behaviors– this is normal and to be expected. Our role as caring adults is to continue to create and sustain positive, relationship-driven spaces and to support our students to build on their existing and emerging strengths.

In practice this looks like focusing on supportive student-adult and peer-to-peer relationships, providing clear expectations and restorative consequences for disruptive behaviors and continuing to work with individual students within our team model to provide different levels of support. Happily, in our end-of-term survey, 413 students shared with us very encouraging information:

* Well over 2/3 of students agree or strongly agree they enjoy coming to school.
* Just under 2/3 of students agree or strongly agree adults and students treat each other with dignity and compassion.
* Over 80% of students agree or strongly agree individuals at RMS accept others from different backgrounds.
* Just under 80% of students agree expectations for student behavior are clear.
* Over 75% of students strongly agree or agree students are friendly to each other.
* About the same number say they feel they are a part of their school community.
* Close to 70% of students say they have at least one adult they could talk to at school if they needed help.

We believe the best way to support students is to continue to focus on school-wide expectations, celebrate achievements together, and provide clear parameters to encourage students to return fully to school.

Unfortunately, as you learned last week in our email to parents, some behaviors on social media have escalated significantly in local high schools, bringing fear and uncertainty to our region. Though nothing has been reported at RMS, we take this opportunity to remind our families: Hate has no place in our school and we stand with our BIPOC students and staff. If you or your students witness targeted posts on social media, we ask you to contact us immediately and encourage your student to say something when they see something. Online actions, including those that are racist and homophobic, or threaten the well-being and safety of any student have incredibly negative impacts on our students’ experience and we want to be aware and responsive.

As always, thanks for your continued support and communication… we hope you have a wonderful winter break!

Our best,
Courtney and Mike

Clubs and Activities Starting Up This Week!
This week, we will continue our school-wide focus on care and connection, and bring in a fun program aspect to a school experience largely shaped this year by COVID protocols. Students will get to experience clubs on Wednesday, December 15 during House, a model we will continue to evolve and grow this year that could also involve academic support and extensions. More to come as we try out a different approach than RMS has had in past years!

In House this week and next, we’ll discuss expectations for Club Day… please ask your student about their Club Day experiences and let us know what they think!

December Teacher/Staff Appreciation Cookie Exchange
On Thursday, December 16th, we would like to shower our teachers and staff with our favorite cookies. Both homemade and store bought cookies are welcome as we will be encouraging our teachers and staff to fill take home containers with a mix and match of different cookies to enjoy over the break. If you would like to sign up to bring 2 dozen cookies to share, use the sign up genius link below.

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Cookie Exchange

Direct Drive Kicked Off at RMS
Two weeks ago, we kicked off a direct drive campaign in conjunction with HAP. We hope you will consider a generous donation to Roosevelt this year.  We will not ask you to participate in any other whole-scale school fundraiser; our direct drive is the only avenue through which we will ask for your support.

For your reference, our tax ID number is 93-6000566. Your tax-deductible donation can be made before December 31, 2021 in several ways:

* Online: https://www.schoolpay.com/link/Roosevelt-2021-22-GIVE-Donation
* US Mail: Send a check to Roosevelt Middle School at 500 E. 24th Ave., 97405.
* Via EEF: Send a check to EEF/Roosevelt to Eugene Education Foundation, PO Box 1015, 97440.

Your contribution ensures an outstanding experience for every student at Roosevelt. Thanks for your continued support!

Our Hallways Are Cold!
By design, of course! Please make sure your students are bundled up when they arrive at school. This may seem like a silly reminder since your students are middle schoolers after all… … and, we have our garage doors open in the dining hall to increase airflow which in turn circulates throughout our downstairs hallways. With wintery weather on the way, we want to make sure your students stay warm and dry during lunch.

Second RMS Math Family Education Night
On Thursday, December 9, RMS held the second in a series of math education nights designed to share with our community changes to math instruction and curriculum planned at RMS, the district and the state. We were joined by Dr. Rebekah Elliott from Oregon State’s College of Education. Dr. Elliott shared some significant statistics about math education nationwide and discussed math modeling, highlighting the national shift to data science as an important math pathway.

If you missed the event, our video recording can be found clicking here. Our presentation slides are linked here and Dr. Elliott’s slides are here.

Please join us on February 3 at 6:30 PM for our next event focusing on math anxiety– what it is, how it operates and how we aim to shift math attitudes among students.

**Check out our flyer for topics and dates of our other Math Nights!

HAP Updates–Thank You, RMS Community!
We are so happy to announce that we raised over $3500 for HAP this year! This rivals our achievement last year and ensures that many families in our school community will receive additional support for winter break. Huge thanks for your generosity and awareness– we could not have reached this level without many families participating– over 50 in total.

It’s not too late! If you still want to make your HAP donation, please go online to https://www.schoolpay.com/link/HAP-2021.

Check Out the Lost and Found!
The Lost & Found will be cleared out on Tuesday, December 14. Please ask your students to check the Lost & Found in C Hall for any of their missing items this week. We have lots of hoodies, jackets, lunchboxes, water bottles, etc. looking for their owners. Thank you!

HAP Fun Run a Success
Sixty intrepid runners and walkers braved the elements Saturday morning, December 11, to run for HAP. We are incredibly grateful to our organizers, PAR President Jamie Harms and our parent volunteers who provided donuts, apple cider and hot chocolate and to Laura Fuhriman, RMS Volunteer Coordinator. Our Student Government made signs and buttons for the event– thanks, everyone! We hope to make this an annual event for HAP in the years to come.

Looking for LSU and APISU Advisors
RMS is seeking active and engaged volunteers who can step in to support a Latinx Student Union (LSU) and an Asian and Pacific Islander Student Union (APISU). Currently, we run both a Black Student Union (BSU) and a Native American Student Union (NASU) with advisors from the NAACP and the 4j Natives program, respectively.

Participation in our student unions is focused on strengthening identity through examining traditions and cultural values, developing leadership skills, fostering community building, being responsive to social justice issues, and providing support for the overall well-being and academic and social success of our students.
We would like for our students who identify with the Latinx and Asian and Pacific Islander communities to be able to meet in affinity… please contact the front office for additional information. Thanks for your ideas and support!

Purchase Your 2021-2022 Yearbook Now
Now is the time to order your student’s yearbook. Quantities are limited, so consider purchasing a 2021-2022 yearbook ASAP! The cost is $30 ($15 for students who qualify for the federal free and reduced lunch program).

If you would like to pay with credit card (there is no processing fee) please visit the following the web link to purchase your yearbook:   https://www.schoolpay.com/link/Roosevelt-2021-22-Yearbook . If your student qualifies for the federal free and reduced lunch program, go to this link: https://www.schoolpay.com/link/Roosevelt-2021-22-Yearbook-freereduced.

If you prefer to pay with cash or check, please send your payment to the office. Make checks payable to Roosevelt Middle School with “Yearbook and student name” written in the memo space.

Please check with Karen Kingzett, kingzett@4j.lane.edu, BEFORE completing your order to make sure you did not already purchase a yearbook at the beginning of the year. Some parents are inadvertently paying twice for a yearbook.

Winter Weather: Snow Day Information
When winter weather arrives, schools may be closed or delayed or buses may use snow routes. These decisions are made by the school district early in the morning and are the same for every 4J school.

Snow day notifications: Our school district communicates any decision to change school or bus schedules as quickly as possible in several ways, all well before 6:30 a.m.

How to find out if there is a change: 
* Text message from the district (if you are not currently receiving occasional text messages with important information from 4J, learn how)
* Check the district website, www.4j.lane.edu
* Follow 4J on social media: Facebook, Twitter @4Jweather & @4Jschools
* Tune in to local radio and television news stations

No news = No change. If schools and buses are on their regular schedule, there will NOT be an announcement.

For more information, please see www.4j.lane.edu/weather.

Clima de invierno: Información de días de nieve
Cuando hay mal tiempo en el invierno, las escuelas pueden cerrar o comenzar tarde y los autobuses pueden utilizar las rutas de nieve. Estas decisiones se toman en la mañana antes del inicio de las clases, y aplican a todas las escuelas de Eugene 4J.

Notificaciones de día de nieve: Nuestro distrito escolar comunicará cualquier cambio de horario de jornada escolar o rutas de autobuses lo más pronto posible de varias maneras, siempre antes de las 6:30 a.m.

Cómo saber si ha habido un cambio:
* El distrito envía un mensaje de texto (si usted actualmente no recibe mensajes de texto ocasionales con información importante de 4J, aprenda cómo)
* Revise la página principal en línea del distrito: www.4j.lane.edu
* Siga las redes sociales de 4J: Facebook, Twitter @4Jweather y @4Jschools
* Sintonice las estaciones de noticias de radio y televisión locales
* Llame al 541-790-7738 para información en español

Ninguna notificación = Ningún cambio. Si no hay ningún cambio de horario o de rutas de autobuses, NO habrá ningún anuncio.

Podrá encontrar más información en inglés en el sitio web www.4j.lane.edu/weather/#spanish.

Please Remember Your Facemask!
Please help us out.  An unintended impact on school systems is the amount of PPE we need to have available for students daily. We find ourselves repeatedly ordering large quantities of face masks. Please remind your student to bring their face mask to school daily.  If students bring their own masks plus one or two back-ups, we can use our resources for other school needs.

Tdap Booster for 7th Grade Students
Oregon law requires 7th grade students have their Tdap booster.

Students must have current school records of all required vaccinations or valid exemptions to continue attending school on and after Exclusion Day, a date set by the State of Oregon that is in February of each school year.

Where to get immunizations: Vaccines are available at many health care providers’ offices, many pharmacies, Lane County Public Health (541-682-4041), and the school-based health centers at North Eugene (541-790-4445) and Churchill (541-790-5227). Call for information or to schedule an appointment

Nonmedical exemptions: If a parent seeks a nonmedical exemption from one or more required immunizations, the parent must provide a completed Vaccine Education Certificate, available from a health care practitioner or from the online vaccine education module at www.healthoregon.org/vaccineexemption, along with the completed Certificate of Immunization Status. The Vaccine Education Certificate must be valid for all of the vaccines for which a nonmedical immunization exemption is being sought. A separate certificate is required for each child.

**Click here for Information about exemptions.

Observing Your Student in Canvas
Would you like to be able to see what your student is doing at school in Canvas? Become an Observer on Canvas. As an Observer you will be able to check grades, monitor assignments and due dates, as well as communicate directly with your student’s teachers.

**To be set up as an observer, use this link to request a pairing code. Then click here for step by step instructions on setting up an Observer account. The same instructions can also be found by watching this video in English or Spanish.

COVID-19 News
COVID-19 Health and Safety
Available on our website is the newest information about Covid-19 health and safety. Along with increased signage, spacing to the best of our ability in classrooms, sanitation stations throughout the building, and our mask mandate, we have moved to three lunches to reduce the number of students eating at any given time. In our dining hall, we’ll open our three garage doors and the majority of tables will be outside in the courtyard or on the patio.
Sign up for COVID-19 Testing
In addition please follow this link to find information for opting your student into free

COVID-19
COVID-19 Health and Safety
Available on our website is the newest information about Covid-19 health and safety. Along with increased signage, spacing to the best of our ability in classrooms, sanitation stations throughout the building, and our mask mandate, we have moved to three lunches to reduce the number of students eating at any given time. In our dining hall, we’ll open our three garage doors and the majority of tables will be outside in the courtyard or on the patio.

Sign up for COVID-19 Testing
In addition please follow this link to find information for opting your student into free COVID-19 testing. If you would like your student to participate, please read the information and scan the QR code to register. Please also complete this waiver and email it to Laura Fuhriman at fuhriman_l@4j.lane.edu. Doing so will allow us to provide your student with the necessary materials for testing. We’ll have more updates once we compile student registrations.

Already Signed Up?
If you signed up for voluntary COVID testing your student’s test kit will be distributed directly to them on Tuesday during House.  When you receive the kit, collect your samples Tuesday evening or before school Wednesday morning and return your sample to the front office on Wednesday, by 11:00 AM. Families will be notified by the UO via email of results.

NOTE: Don’t forget to turn in your test kit on Wednesday, December 8th!
If you have questions, please email Laura at fuhriman_l@4j.lane.edu.

Extra Curricular Activities
Help Create Black Student Magazine
Join Black middle and high school students from across Oregon in creating the next edition of Black Student Magazine!

This fall you have an opportunity gather weekly on Wednesdays via Zoom to celebrate Black culture and make new friends statewide while improving your writing and multimedia skills.

Participating students receive mentoring and writing support from University of Oregon journalism undergraduates who are also students of color. Learn photography, writing, layout, design and leadership skills. No prior journalism experience is required.

COME JOIN… IT’S FREE!
Where: Zoom, https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8928501934
When: Wednesdays After School, October through December 2021
* 3:30 PM, Special Guests
* 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Mentoring

**Click here for more information or click here to register.

Winter 2022 Term Design Arts Apprenticeship Program
IMPORTANT DATES FOR WINTER 2022 TERM:
* Applications Due: December 17th
* Kickoff Event: January 5th
* 10-Week Apprenticeship: January 10th – March 18th
* Final Showcase: April 1st

Applications are now open for the Winter 2022 term of Lane Arts Council’s Design Arts Apprenticeship Program! The application is available in English or Spanish.

The Design Arts Apprenticeship program offers Lane County middle and high school students apprenticeship opportunities with professionals working in graphic, digital, and physical design.

Student apprentices will learn new skills and uncover potential career paths through engaging, direct, and hands-on learning.

Students can choose between virtual or in-person participation this term.
* In-person sessions will follow OHA guidelines for safety.
* The fully virtual version of the program allows Lane County students from any location to easily participate!
* In-person groups will meet in the Eugene/Springfield area or Cottage Grove, based on what option best fits the student’s need.

The apprenticeship program:
* Pairs 3-4 students with an artist mentor, for a total of 25 after-school hours over a 10 week period for intensive, direct learning.
* Supports students in creating a hands-on project that can be presented or demonstrated at the end of the term.
* Introduces business aspects of a creative career.
* Provides students professional training opportunities through workshops and community talks with international designers.

Please share this opportunity with students who may be interested and encourage them to apply! Reach out to artsed@lanearts.org with any questions.

**Click here to check out the flyer.

Ophelia’s Place Winter Activities
What is Ophelia’s Place?

Ophelia’s Place is committed to helping girls make healthy life choices through prevention, support, and education.

OP provides a range of services and support to meet girls and families where they are, when and how they need it. Services are available in person or virtually, and individually or as a group. Offerings include after and out-of-school workshops and activities; school girl empowerment groups; presentations to students; and strength-based therapy.
Girls cannot overcome challenges alone. (No one can.) Because of that, we offer guidance for parents, teachers and peers, including boys. That’s where our trainings for parents, teachers, and in-school programs come in. We also provide professional development training to youth-serving organizations.

**Check out this flyer (in both Spanish and English) of upcoming activities. And to register click here.

Community Resources

Students Ride Free on LTD
All students in kindergarten through 12th grade can ride Lane Transit District (LTD) buses for free. Students may ride anywhere, anytime in the Eugene–Springfield metro area. Students may ride free until December 30 by telling the driver they are a 4J student. After December 30, in order to continue riding for free, students will need a student transit pass they can get from school.

Middle school students need parent/guardian permission to get a pass. If you would like Roosevelt to create a pass for your student, please enter their information here or if you prefer to fill out a paper copy, please click here.

Learn more: https://www.4j.lane.edu/safety/free-student-transit-pass/; and http://www.ltd.org/student-pass.

Los estudiantes viajan gratis en LTD
El Distrito de Transporte del Condado de Lane (LTD por sus siglas en inglés) ahora ofrece transporte gratuito en autobús a todos los estudiantes de kindergarten a 12° grado. Los estudiantes pueden viajar en cualquier lugar, en cualquier momento en el área metropolitana de Eugene – Springfield. Los estudiantes pueden viajar gratis hasta el 30 de diciembre si le dicen al conductor que son estudiantes de 4J. Entonces necesitarán un pase que obtengan de la escuela.

Los estudiantes de secundaria necesitan el permiso de los padres / tutores para obtener un pase. Si desea que Roosevelt cree un pase para su estudiante, ingrese su información aquí o si prefiere completar una copia impresa, haga clic aquí.

Para más información en inglés visite: https://www.4j.lane.edu/safety/free-student-transit-pass/; y http://www.ltd.org/student-pass.

Upcoming Workshops at SparkLab
At Connected Lane County we know that parents and guardians may have scheduling and logistical challenges when navigating no-school days. We have you covered! We are offering interactive workshops for in-service days where youth will explore all types of fun Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) activities at our downtown Eugene space, SparkLab.

This is a fee-based service, but all of the funds that come in are directed back into our program. Income generated from these workshops will be reinvested into our programming to help us serve those who need us most.

Upcoming Workshops 
* December 20th – 21st: Digital Storytelling: Crafting a 3 – 4 minute digital story
* January 3rd: Marshmallow Games: Competing in teams with marshmallow catapults and towers
* January 17th: T-Shirt Hacking: Transforming t-shirts into works of art or a new garment
* January 21st: Robots in a Maze: Building and programing LEGO Mindstorms
* February 3rd – 4th: Create Your Own Board Game: Design, build, and play your very own board game

We offer 5 fee waivers for each workshop for students who may not be able to cover the cost. Contact Brice Mercer at bmercer@lesd.k12.or.us or call (541) 393-7414 to request a fee waiver.

We hope to see many of your students at a SparkLab workshop soon! Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

**Check out the flyer.

No School Day Camps at Sheldon Community Center

Family Sundays with UO Women’s Basketball
The UO Women’s Basketball team is making it even easier to attend their games. At every Sunday home game this season, they will offer four tickets for just $15. What a deal! There’s only two more Sunday home games, so don’t miss out!

Next Sunday home games:
* January 2, 2022 at 12:00 PM, against the Colorado Buffaloes
* January 30, 2022 at 12:00 PM against the University of Southern California
**Click here to check out the flyer.

Hult Center Education and Engagement
Explore educational programs with the Hult or take it a step further and volunteer!

10X10 Series
This year, the Hult Center launched the 10×10 series, a music performance series showcasing emerging artists. A primary goal of this series is to bring more diverse voices to the Hult Center stages while increasing access for our community. The Hult Center believes it is vital we provide an avenue for these emerging artists to perform and be seen by new audiences, and that every community member has the opportunity to experience art regardless of demographic and/or socioeconomic status. Tickets are $10.

Arts Ambassador Program
This Fall, the Hult Center launched the Arts Ambassador Program, a volunteer program that assists with all performances and events at the Center. Currently, there are a 125 active volunteers ranging in age from 16-87. The program is going strong and Ambassadors have already volunteered a combined total of close to 500 hours!

National Geographic Live – Greenwood: A Century of Resilience – with Alicia Odewale
Performance on Monday, Mar 28, 2022 at 7:30 PM
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, archaeologist Alicia Odewale is uncovering stories of resilience in the hundred years since the attack on Black Wall Street in the city’s vibrant Greenwood district. Considered one of the worst episodes of racial violence committed against Black people in American history, the Tulsa Race Massacre left a devastating toll on generations of survivors and their descendants and impacted the very footprint of the district itself.

In conjunction with this presentation, the Eugene Public Library has compiled a reading list for Adults, Young Adults and Children on the Tulsa Race Massacre and its Legacy.
**Click here to find out more!

 

ree Spanish Tutoring
Need a little extra help with Spanish class? An enterprising South Eugene student is ready to help! She can also be reached on social media handles– Insta, FaceBook, and Twitter: @hyggetutoring. Finally, you can email her about free tutoring services: Hyggetutoring@gmail.com.

NAACP Free Tutoring Program
Need educational support? NAACP is offering free tutoring for all BIPOC youth and peers in grades K-12.
What: NAACP Free Tutoring
When: Saturdays, 11/20, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18
Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Who: ALL BIPOC youth and peers in grades K-12
Where: Science Factory, 2700 Leo Harris Dr.
Cost: FREE
Contact: EricR@naacplanecounty.org, 541-484-1119

**Click here to check out the flyer

Free Tutoring with SEHS Rotary Interact
In the current pandemic, many children have lost access to reliable resources to help their learning. Rotary Interact of South Eugene High School has a solution: online tutoring. Sign up your elementary or middle school student to receive help from high school students on a variety of subjects, at no cost! For more information contact Walker Sheidow (wsheidow@gmail.com) or Debbie Snow (debbiesnow12@gmail.com).

To get started make an appointment by filling out this form on their website. A member of Rotary Interact will contact you to discuss your student’s needs and connect you with a high school student tutor.

All tutoring sessions will take place through video chat.

Check out the flyer in either English or Spanish.

 

The NATIVES Program Information
The NATIVES Program is a federal grant designed to meet the academic, & cultural needs of America Indian/Alaska Native students, to create a sense of community and belonging, and assist educators with the resources and support to address SB 13 (now known as Tribal History/Shared History) standards with all students. It is a way to bring tribes, bands, guardians, and other community partners together in support of our kids.

**Click here for more information.

Mental Health Support
Mental Health Support Links
If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health right now, please check out these links for support. You are LOVED, we miss you, and can’t wait until we are all back together again!

HOOTS (Helping Out Our Teens in Schools) is offering mental health support by phone for students, families, and staff of 4J high schools during school closures. The phone line is accessible from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday and is staffed by crisis counselors who normally work HOOTS clinic or work on CAHOOTS. Video support is available from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on weekdays and is accessed by emailing hoots@whitebirdclinic.org with your name and preferred time. HOOTS is able to provide short term counseling and mental health support, resource referrals and OHP sign up. Students, families and staff of 4J please call (541)246-2342.

YouthLine A chat-line for students. Teens are available to help daily from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM Pacific Time via call, text, chat or email (adults are available by phone at all other times). YouthLine is a free, confidential teen-to-teen crisis and help line. No problem is too big or too small for the Youthline!

Trevor Project A national 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth via call, text, and chat: 866-488-7386
The Trevor Project

YouthEra has virtual “drop-ins” from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Discord Streaming live (moderated chat) with two state-certified youth peer support specialists, on Twitch Monday-Friday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

All of the phone services are free and confidential. See also Youthline as part of Lines for Life.

Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime, about any type of crisis. A live, trained Crisis Text Line Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.

Safe Oregon, the 24/7 statewide school safety tip line, is here for you; for all students and the whole community. Anonymously or confidentially report student safety concerns (suicidal ideation/thoughts, cyberbullying, child abuse, drug/alcohol abuse, etc.) and we will pass this information to school personnel and law enforcement (when necessary).

15th Night Resource Guide for Youth by Youth
The 15th Night Youth Action Council (YAC) is so excited to share their Resource Guide For Youth By Youth. It includes all kinds of resources for young people in our community; from emergency shelter, to job application assistance, reconnection to school, or where to find a meal on Fridays at 4pm, this resource guide covers it all. Read more.

Earn Free Money for Roosevelt!
You can help Roosevelt earn money for our school by registering your credit card with eScrip. Earn money for Roosevelt every time you shop at Market of Choice, Sizzle Pie (& other local restaurants). Register your credit/debit cards, designating Roosevelt Middle School—Recipient ID #6723045.
Click on the link above to get started.

Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Roosevelt. You can search by our name or by our non-profit number GB554.
Click on the link above.

Download the Box Top for Education App in Google Play or the App Store, sign up (or sign in) and take a picture of your receipt within 14 days of purchase. It will automatically credit the school for each product.
For more information, click on the link above.