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Summer School 2019 Information
A mailing regarding your summer school registration was sent via U.S. Mail on Monday, May 20th. Please watch for that, as it contains a lot of information, and forms, required for summer school. We are excited to welcome so many kids to our summer school program. Below is some information, also included in the mailing, that will help you plan for the summer school session. If you are unable to attend or have questions, please contact Mrs. Bladl at (715) 852-4701, by Wednesday, June 5th.

PLEASE NOTE: If you registered for summer library, or other programs such as swimming, basketball, cheerleading, etc, you will recieve a seperate mailing. If you have questions about these class, times, etc, please the ECASD main building at 715.852.3000. 

Roosevelt Summer School Class Teacher, Rooms, and Times: 
Class Building Time Room
Roosevelt Summer School

*Please note this is for the summer school portion at Roosevelt only. If you registered for a library program or an athletic camp, you will receive a separate mailing providing program specifics.
8 - 8:45 AM  Breakfast
8:30 -11:45 AM Class
11:45-12:15 PM Lunch
*Breakfast and lunch are free for all students UNDER 18.  
Kindergarten: Room 181-Ms. Frederick

Grade 1: Room 183 – Mrs. Fortner-Bush

Grade 2: Room 187 – Mrs. Berg

Grade 3: Room 179 - Ms. Jeannie Miller

Grade 4: Room 177 – Mr. Drescher

Grade 5: Room 185 – Mrs. Krueger
*Please Note: Your child will attend the grade level that he/she will be in for the coming (2019-20) school year. For example, if your child just finished 1st grade, he/she will attend the 2nd grade summer school program.

Important Date Information: 
  1. Classes run Monday through Thursday from June 17th through June 27th.
  2. Our school library will be open June 17th  – June 27th  from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm for check in/out, and also on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm from June 18th to August 13th.
  3. The library will be closed the week of July 4th
District Busing after Summer Program to Boys & Girls Club or YMCA (Gr 3-5 only):
  • If you requested District busing to the Boys & Girls Club or YMCA, you will have a SEPARATE ORANGE piece of paper included in your mailing. You must be a member of the club and be registered to attend their summer program. If you are unable to ride the bus on any given day, you must call (715) 852-3030 to report your absence.  The school WILL NOT do this for you. Transportation home after the program is not provided.
A few important notes about our summer session:
  1. All students will enter, and exit, through Door 5, located off our playground. DO NOT attempt to enter through Door 1, as no one will be there to open the door.
  2. All students are welcome to join us for breakfast from 8:00 am to 8:45 am, and lunch, from 11:45-12:15 pm. Breakfast students will need to enter through Door 5 also.
  3. Breakfast and lunch are free for all children under the age of 18.
  4. Our summer school office will be staffed by Mrs. Polus, and will be in Room 164, which is Mrs. Wilkom’s normal office (The Speech Room). To report an absence, you may still call the regular school number at 715.852.4700.
  5. Families are responsible for transporting their students to summer school. If you are picking up your child, or he/she is walking/biking home, they will be released out Door 5 on our playground.
  6. Parents, please confirm and/or send a note with your child that details his/her plans AFTER class is over. Since summer is so different form the normal school day, it can be very confusing for students. Making sure they are aware, and that they have a note with them will help with their worries and help us get your kiddo to the right spot!
  7. Those who registered with the River City Adventures Program, through Eau Claire Parks and Recreation, will be released to program staff after lunch. This program is held at Roosevelt, and there is no transportation after the program is over. You MUST be pre-registered to participate in this program. Please contact Eau Claire Parks and Recreation with questions at 715.839.5032.
  8. Busing from summer school to the Boys & Girls Club is provided if you registered with them and will be attending their afternoon programming (Grades 3 – 5). Students will be served a free lunch at school before they are bused to the Boys and Girls Club. Transportation after the Boys and Girls Club program is NOT provided. Please contact the Boys and Girls Club with questions regarding this at 715-855-0081.
 Summer School Forms
Below are links to forms that should be completed and sent back to school with your students on the first day of summer school. Please do not send these to your current classroom teacher.

Emergency Form
Student Information Form