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Bridgeport, CT 06604
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Reading and practicing math skills during the summer vacation are essential to your child's continued success and transition into the following school year. Click on the appropriate links below to access summer materials tailored to your child's grade level.

For all grade levels: Letter from the Principal Regarding the Governor's Reading Challenge

For all grade levels: Summer Reading Journal 
 

 Kindergarten       Reading List     Math Packet 
  Grade 1     Reading List  Math Packet
  Grade 2       Reading List     Math Packet 
  Grade 3     Reading List  Math Packet
 Grade 4     Reading List  Math Packet
 Grade 5     Reading List  Math Packet
 Grade 6     Reading List  Math Packet
 Grade 7     Reading List  Math Packet
 Grade 8     Reading List  Math Packet

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With over 600 students enrolled in grades pre-K through 8, Roosevelt is a full service school with a nurse practitioner, a dentist, social workers, and psychologists that are available to assist all students along with teachers and the education staff. Our students reflect the rich, diverse community that we serve. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality education for all students through a rigorous arts-integrated academic program, a comprehensive support system, and a philosophy that centers on the child as an artist and an individual. 



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Students with high participation in the arts outperform peers with low arts participation on measures of academic and civic outcomes. High arts participation is positively connected with "school grades, test scores, honors society membership, high school graduation, college enrollment and achievement, volunteering, and engagement in school or local politics," as well as with higher rates of participation in extracurricular activities in high school and college. This relationship is particularly robust for students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds (Caterall, 2012).


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The mission of Roosevelt School is to develop lifelong learners who value the integral role the arts play in their daily academic and personal lives.

 
 
  

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