Roosevelt School Closure FAQs
In these times, our number one goal is the physical and mental well-being of families and students. Please reach out if you need assistance. That being said, we have received several questions about the Roosevelt School Closure and what it means for the Roosevelt Families and Community. Please note that as SLUSD responds to the COVID-19 health concerns the answers to these questions may change – check back frequently.
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Emergency distance learning plans are posted on our school website. You can access them by teacher. Specialists, Resources teachers, Speech, OT and other services have their own folders as well. In addition, teachers will be reaching out through email, ParentSquare and phone. It is our goal to have sychronous (specific time) class and small group meetings to see your students at least twice a week (if not more). In addition, many teachers have created office hours for students/families to check-in and ask questions. The learning plans also contain asynchronous (watch anytime) learning. This could include videos or websites to visit.
Over 3,000 Chromebooks have been distributed to families in the past couple of weeks. If you need one, look on our Roosevelt Website. You can also exchange a Chromebook or ask technical questions. Student (PERM ID) numbers are found in AERIES.
Free meal service for all children 18 and under will continue. Service days are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 am -12 pm at the following locations:
San Leandro High School – 2200 Bancroft Avenue
John Muir Middle School – 1444 Williams Street
Monroe Elementary School – 3750 Monterey Boulevard
Multiple days worth of meals will be available on each of these days.
Not at this time. Once the Shelter In Place order is lifted by the Alameda County Health Department, we will contact families on the procedures for picking up personal items.