Situated in the heart of the historic New Deal town
of Roosevelt in western Monmouth County, Roosevelt Public School is a Pre-K-6 district currently serving 81 students. Our small class sizes enable us to nurture and challenge the unique potential of every child as life-long learners and leaders.
• Low teacher-student ratio
• Full-day Kindergarten
• Before and After-School Program
• Creative Arts and Music Programs across all
grade levels, with Instrumental Music in grades 4-6 and free extra-curricular Studio Art classes in grades 1– 6
• Challenging Inquiry-based Science and Mathematics Curriculum
• Enrichment Programs, including Science
In order to be considered for admission for the 2017-2018 school year, interested parents/guardians must send a letter of intent to their current home district. The first-round letter of intent deadline is December 1, 2016.
Roosevelt Elementary Public School has been approved as part of the Interdistrict Choice Program and is now accepting applications from students outside the district to attend free of charge for the 2017-2018 school year.
For more information on the School Choice Program, please click on the following link for the Department of Education School Choice Web Page at http://www.nj.gov/education/choice/
Please follow the link for the Application Procedures / Timelines / Forms and read through Steps to Follow in Filing an Application for the School Choice Program before submitting any documentation. All needed forms are available for download on this website.
If you are inquiring about School Choice Program for any district other than Roosevelt Public, please call NJ Department of Education at: 609-633-1997
The New Jersey Interdistrict School Choice program provides the opportunity for non-resident students to attend Roosevelt Public Schools at no cost to their parents/guardians. This program also includes transportation options for School Choice students. The Roosevelt Public School Choice program covers grades Kindergarten through six.
Please note: The N.J. Department of Education specifies a Tier 1 application process for students who are currently enrolled in their home public school district, and Tier 2 application process for students who have not attended their resident district for one year immediately prior to enrollment in the desired Choice district, are attending a non-public school, or if applying for kindergarten, do not have a sibling currently attending the Choice district.