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ROOSE ELEMENTARY: Home of the Rockets!!

Roose Elementary School
25310 Masch
Warren, Michigan 48091
Phone: 586.510.2700
Fax: 586.510.2709
School Hours:  8:25 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.

Roose Elementary is a Michigan Emerald School

Dr. Shannon McBrady, Principal
Mrs. Annette Pearcy, Secretary
Mrs. Ronnie Gatchell, Clerk

January 2015

Dear Roose Families:

Happy New Year!  I can't believe half of the school year is complete.  I hope you all had a nice break with your children.  I love coming back to school in January and beginning 2nd semester.  It's a fresh start!

We start back right away with mid-year assessments so that we can monitor your student's progress.  Our DIBELS testing is on January 9, 12, 15 or 16th.  To check reading level through Fountas and Pinnell, your child could be tested from January 6th through the 23rd.  In addition, our NWEA testing is at the end of January.  It's an exciting time of the year for educators because we get to discuss our data.  This helps us better plan to meet the needs of your student.

Acceptance - to help someone feel welcome in your community - is our January character education trait.  We will discuss the concept of acceptance throughout the month and in a lot of detail on January 9th during Rocketeers!

At the end of January, come check our RAISE (Roose Academic Improvement Society of Excellence) Board.  It's for students in grades 3-5 that make improvement in any graded subject area from quarter 1 to quarter 2.

As always, please see me with any questions.

Sincerely,

Shannon McBrady, EdD
Principal

Character Education Trait of the Month

The Character Education Trait of the Month for January 2015 is Acceptance.  Definition: To help someone feel welcome in your community.

Our Vision

Roose Elementary School staff will help students reach their fullest potential as responsible members of a diverse society.

Our Mission

  •  Prepare students to be college and career ready through quality instruction.
  • Differentiate to meet the needs of all learning styles and abilities.
  • Hold high expectations for all members of the community.
  • Provide opportunities for cultural awareness.
  • Promote respectful, responsible, and safe behaviors.

Roose Annual Education Report

Please click on the folder below to view complete report.