Get a head start on the summer and check out the summer reading program at the South Plainfield Public Library! https://www.spboe.org/o/sphs/page/summer-reading
6 days ago, Christopher Cassio
"Roosevelt School’s Day of Service was in full effect this year as our students were busy, busy, busy! The Day of Service for our students consisted of cleaning up our parks (Pony Tail and Memorial Park), Rock Painting as part of the front of school beautification project, delivering lunches to the nurses at St. Peter’s Children’s Hospital, decorating and delivering freshly potted flowers to our Roosevelt School community neighbors, and beautifying our school grounds by pulling weeds, planting flowers and decorated rocks and laying fresh mulch to make it pop! As if this weren’t enough, our biggest event took place in the afternoon: The Color Run! This FUN fundraiser raised over $3200 dollars! This along with our earlier fundraisers, brings our grand total of fundraising for the Day of Service to be $5,863 dollars! This will be split in half ($2931.50 each) to our two fundraiser recipients: The Ronald McDonald House and South Plainfield Social Services! Our students definitely learned that Doing Good really does make you FEEL GREAT!!!" - Mr. Fierra
21 days ago, Christopher Cassio
Day of Service
Day of Service
Day of Service
Day of Service
Day of Service
Day of Service
Day of Service
Day of Service
On May 11th, 2024 students from Franklin, Roosevelt, Grant, and South Plainfield Middle School participated in the CJMEA Honors Chorus Festival. The choral students of our district shined and had a wonderful experience rehearsing and performing under two very esteemed conductors. It was a day full of growth for all involved and we are excited to have them bring back their knowledge to our choral ensembles in the district. Thank you to Ms. Vex, Ms. Blair, Ms. Maddolin, and Mrs. Haughwout for your time with the students involved in this program. Congratulations to the following students: Franklin School - Gianna Kerr, Avalyn Perez, Sophia Morales, Elizabeth Veliz. Roosevelt School- Abigail Madsen, Aaliya Talwadker, Sreeja Banerjee, Mia Grazia, Navyasree Nallamada, Jeel Patel, Dhanvi Shah. Grant School- Jake Butrico, Mikayla Scala, Sofia Vega, Faith Kurilew, Gabrielle Dickerson, Faith Gati, Faith Pereira, Joshua Osuebi, Eliana Van Winkle, Kayleann Ruiz, David Lapinksi, Jayden Brown, Shaan Ganapathy, Madelyn Loomis. South Plainfield Middle School- Angelina Ronzo (not in attendance), Addison Kurzawa, Juliana Rusoniello, Elaina Competello, Santiago Matias, Nathanial Busch (not in attendance), Carter Paterson, Annie Flannery, Jayla May, Sophia Gray, Molly Van Wyk, Abigayle Weber (not in attendance).
21 days ago, Christopher Cassio
CJMEA
CJMEA
CJMEA
CJMEA
CJMEA
The Day of Service is this Friday! Check out this commercial Roosevelt School put together highlighting all the amazing things we are doing for the event! https://youtu.be/_vOebHZU4Tk?si=feDHlpeH64swxSNC
about 1 month ago, Christopher Cassio
Congratulations to Mrs. Haughwout and Roosevelt school students Navyasree Nadamalla, Aaliyah Talwadker, Anaya Singh, and Sreeja Banerjee on their fantastic CJMEA Elementary Honors Orchestra performance. The concert was amazing! Great Job!
about 1 month ago, Christopher Cassio
Orchestra
Orchestra
Orchestra
Orchestra
Orchestra
"Friday, May 3rd, marked an important date at Roosevelt School: Lunch Lady Appreciation Day! Roosevelt students sang songs, recited poetry, wrote letters, made cards, drew pictures, and finally presented our two amazing lunch ladies with Lunch Lady aprons signed by all of our students. Ms. Antoinetta and Ms. Dana play a very important role in our school and in the lives of our students. We couldn’t go a day without them!" - Mr. Fierra
about 1 month ago, Christopher Cassio
Lunch Lady Day
Roosevelt students were front and center increasing our cultural awareness during our much-hyped Diversity Day. They certainly lived up to the hype and did not disappoint as you will see by watching the video. https://youtu.be/w_6TI_ISOYQ?si=zGj875_11yjJuTLH
2 months ago, Christopher Cassio
March is a busy month here at Roosevelt School! We opened the month with the Harlem Wizards, and the following Monday (March 4th) we hosted one of our most special events of the year: Roosevelt’s Read Across America Day! It was awesome! Rather than you read about it here, why not just see for yourself! - Mr. Fierra https://youtu.be/AIkl4CFTRjY?si=AeDOGS24cWoYXGG-
3 months ago, Christopher Cassio
On February 29, 2024, the Roosevelt Elementary School Student Council hosted a living wax museum in honor of Black History Month. The council members, led by advisors Ms. Hyun and Ms. Gwiazda, researched important figures in African American history and retold their stories to their classmates throughout the day. You can watch a video recap of the event here: https://youtu.be/Znk7ao_cULk
3 months ago, Christopher Cassio
Congratulations to today's Tiger Bucks winners at Roosevelt School! Great job everyone!
4 months ago, Christopher Cassio
Tiger Bucks
The “Play was the Thing” at Roosevelt School during our 3rd Annual Theater Week celebration. Over 150 students participated in this year’s show, which was a huge hit for student audiences (the show ran as an assembly during the day), as well as for parents and families (the show ran in the evening to a capacity crowd)! Talent!
4 months ago, Christopher Cassio
Play
Play
Play
Play
Love was in the air on February 14th at Roosevelt School! Our Roosevelt students celebrated Valentine’s Day with delicious ice cream sundaes and plenty of fun games courtesy of our Roosevelt PTO and fantastic class moms!
4 months ago, Christopher Cassio
RVD
RVD
RVD
RVD
RVD
The Winter Concert at Roosevelt School packed the house this year! The students did an amazing job and participated in full force with record numbers of students coming out for Chorus, Orchestra, and Band! Also Roosevelt’s own, Mrs. Celentano (AKA the Chorus Whisperer), reunites with members of the high school elite chorus who all had one thing in common: Not only did they all attend Roosevelt but they all had Mrs. Celentano in third grade!
4 months ago, Roosevelt School
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Roosevelt’s Tiger Buck winners rejoice in the winner’s circle! While students in Ms. Soden’s and Ms. Ulloa’s classes got ready for their version of the Macy’s Day Parade, complete with their balloon floats!
4 months ago, Christopher Cassio
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Plenty of excitement happening at Roosevelt School! See information on our Kids Heart Challenge, Designer Bag Bingo Night, and The Harlem Wizards!
4 months ago, Christopher Cassio
Kids Heart Challenge
Kids Heart Challenge
Bingo
Harlem Wizards
Harlem Wizards
The South Plainfield School District has been closely monitoring the weather forecast for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 13, 2024. According to the latest predictions, rain is expected to start this evening, transitioning into snow between 5am-6am. Heavy snowfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour are expected until 11 a.m., leading to a total accumulation of 5-8 inches. Unfortunately, this coincides with our morning commute, posing hazardous driving conditions. As a result, the South Plainfield School District will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, February 13, 2024 to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff. Please be advised, all sporting events and practices are being rescheduled, and coaches will be reaching out to individual team members with further updates. As always, we thank you for the strong partnership between the South Plainfield community and the South Plainfield School District. Stay safe and warm.
4 months ago, South Plainfield School District
We have been closely monitoring the weather forecast throughout the day and while what will happen is still unknown at this time, the recent forecast is calling for a range of 3-5 inches of accumulated snow for South Plainfield and the surrounding areas tomorrow.   As of this evening the snow is predicted to begin at 5:00 a.m. and continue throughout the school day, making for a hazardous afternoon commute.   As a result of the accumulated snow predictions along with a concern with staffing within our transportation department the South Plainfield School District will be closed tomorrow, Friday, January 19, 2024. All district activities, including sporting events and practices, are cancelled for the day.     Be safe.
5 months ago, South Plainfield School District
In anticipation of predicted icy road conditions tomorrow morning, Wednesday, January 17, 2024, the South Plainfield School District will operate on a delayed opening schedule to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff. The delayed opening will allow time for salting of Borough roads and prepare the schools for the students’ arrival. South Plainfield High School: start time 9:15 a.m. South Plainfield Middle School: start time 9:35 a.m. Grant School: start time 9:00 a.m. All Elementary Schools: start time 10:05 a.m. Preschool: start time 10:30 a.m. Additionally, transportation services will operate on a delayed schedule, and student breakfast and lunch will be served on an amended schedule. For any updates regarding after-school activities, athletic games, or practices, please check the district website throughout the school day. Please be advised that before care is canceled for tomorrow morning, January 17, 2024. We understand that the morning commute may pose challenges for our South Plainfield families. While we encourage you to drop off your children on time, we recognize that some delays may occur - take your time, your children will not be marked late. For our high school students driving to school, please prioritize safety- take your time, your well-being is our top priority. Be safe.
5 months ago, South Plainfield School District
Aftercare is still on as scheduled for today, January 16, 2024. The previous message only applies to after school sports and activities.
5 months ago, Christopher Cassio
Due to the predicted impending weather, all after school activities, including sports, will be cancelled this afternoon. Thank you and be safe.
5 months ago, Christopher Cassio