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    'So you want to talk about race?' Book club event, March 2nd!

    We are excited to announce that the RHS PTSA is holding a book club discussion on "So You Want to Talk About Race," written by local author Ijeoma Oluo. This important conversation about race and equity will be facilitated by RHS teachers who have read the book as part of a race and equity curriculum for staff. The book club discussion will be followed by our regular PTSA meeting. Read the book and come join us on March 2nd.

    Next Meeting: March 2nd at 7pm - open to public

    PTSA monthly meetings are open to everyone. The RHS PTSA Board meets at 7 p.m. on the first MONDAY of each month in the RHS Library.

    2019-20 Board:

    President Elida Moran
    Vice President Gail Joseph

    Treasurer Sonja Tarrago

    Legistlative Chair Natalya Yudkovsky 

    VP of Class Funds Rachel McCracken
    VP of Communications Debbie Chaleunphonh
    Secretary Meta Godsell

     Become a PTSA Member!

    The time to join the Roosevelt High School PTSA is now! The PTSA raises money to support many programs to help our students. It also provides staff appreciation and is part of a regional and state wide PTSA organization. Just $35 per person.

    Sign Up Online today!

    Weekly School Email Newsletter

    E-News Sign up! Stay up to date on what's happening at RHS - Sign up to receive the weekly eNews from Roosevelt PTSA. TIP: You might want to use a home email, as some corporate email servers may block bulk emails.

     Our First-Day Packet Files and Forms Are Now Online

    We're taking the first-day package digital! You can find all of the first day forms and information on our new PTSA site. To see this year's files:
    1. Go to
    2. Scroll down and find the file you wish to view
    3. Click the button
    4. Your file will appear in a new window
    5. You can click the arrow in the upper-right hand corner to download a local copy

    PACKS for TEENS:

    Packs for Teens is a new program that provides Roosevelt students in need of evening and weekend food support with a backpack filled with easy-to-prepare food. If receiving a bag of food weekly would help your family please stop by the Roosevelt Teen Health center and ask for Samara. There are no requirements necessary to pick up a pack. Extra packs are available for your siblings as well toiletries.

    You can help support the Packs for Teens program by donating shelf stable foods or by dropping off a financial contribution in Roosevelt's main office. Please make checks payable to Roosevelt HS PTSA and note "Packs for Teens donation." For more information contact Erin Bailey at  or 206-252-5778. Thank you for your support.


    Join the 2019-2020 Roosevelt PTSA Board


    Join the 2019-2020 Roosevelt PTSA Board


    Join the 2019-2020 Roosevelt PTSA Board



    PTSA Does What?

    To support kids in our school, we Advocate, Collaborate, Communicate and Educate:

    COMMUNICATE: We share important and timely information through our website and electronic newsletter.

    EDUCATE: Our regular meetings are designed to help you find out more about what’s going on in our school. Principal Kristina Rodgers attends every meeting, our student leaders keep us up to date on their activities and we invite speakers to share more information with us about topics of interest to all of us.

    COLLABORATE: We provide direct support to teachers and other staff through our highly successful mini-grant program; support class-year fundraising to offset senior year costs, provide volunteers for the RHS’s annual fund drive), and much more.

    ADVOCATE: We are members of the largest and oldest child advocacy organization in the country: the PTA; we advocate in the school, as well as at the district, state and national level to support all kids.

    Here's what you can do right now:

    Roosevelt PTSA needs you! The PTSA is your link to Roosevelt and the school district and we need your help to keep it thriving.


    We have many different ways in which you can volunteer. Contact Seema Abbasi at to learn more about opportunities.

    We look forward to working in partnership with you in supporting our students and our community!