The purpose of Roosevelt Academy is to challenge, guide, and prepare students for future success in and out of the work place through an integrated, hands-on curriculum tailored to individual needs.
Roosevelt Academy is an educational choice specifically designed to teach and train students in grades 6-12 with learning disabilities to adapt and excel in society. Students learn and develop skills necessary to identify and make career choices and real-world decisions. It is our goal to prepare our students to become successful, contributing, tax-paying citizens by graduation.
- October 25th: Pioneer Days at Lake Wales
- October 27th-31st: Red Ribbon Week
- November 3rd-7th: Food Drive for Lake Wales Care Center
- November 4th: Report Cards
- November 7th: Nine Week Celebration and Fall Fest
- November 19th: Early Release
- November 24th-28th: Thanksgiving Break
Building Careers: Lake Wales School Helps Students Find Job Success
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The Ledger Media Group
2014-2015 School Supplies
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Click HERE for lunch menus
In an effort to reduce the circulation of counterfeit U.S. monies, the school district will no longer accept any $50 or $100 bills at any school-sponsored events. We apologize for any inconvenience, but ask that you support this initiative. Please plan accordingly when you attend our events. Thank you.
The MyPolkSchools Parent Portal
Parents can now access their student’s information from any computer with an internet connection. The MyPolkSchools Parent Portal allows parents to check current grades, obtain immunization status, learn if their child had any recorded discipline or attendance issues throughout the day, check their child’s current lunch account balance, and even see what their child purchased in the lunchroom – all before their child comes home from school.
Bring Your Own Device
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ConnectEd is the automated calling system that is used county-wide to keep parents updated with important events pertaining to their children and their school. In order for it to be effective we must always have your current phone number, so please notify the office at 678-4252 with any updates. Thank you for your cooperation.
Bullying Prevention and Procedure Plan
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Click HERE to read the AHERA