Important Information

  • School Hours

    • 8:30 am-2:50 pm
    • Morning supervision available starting at 7:45 am
    • Afternoon supervision available until 3:20 pm
     

    Contact Numbers

    Front Office: (850) 488-0923
    Fax Number: (850) 487-2416
    Extended Day: (850) 487-2397
     

    Attendance

    If your child will be absent from school due to illness please contact the front office as soon as possible.  Please also remember to get school excuses any time you take your child to any type of medical appointment.  Please email ROESAttendance@leonschools.net or fill out this form:
     
     
     

    Transportation Changes

    Email transportation changes to ROESTransportationChanges@leonschools.net 

     *Emails must be received by 2:15pm

     

    PikMyKid

    PikMyKId will be active starting November 3rd, the beginning of the second nine weeks.

    Please download the app and register.  For information visit:

    https://www.pikmykid.com/features/for-parents/

     

    Digital Academy Help Request:

    For Help with Digital Academy, please fill out the Help Request Form by clicking the image below.

     

    ROES DA Tech Help

    Or email ROESDAHelp@leonschools.net 

     

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Announcements

  • Literacy Week January 25-29

    Celebrate Literacy Week is a yearly initiative from the FLDOE to encourage children to read, as well as for parents to read to their children. This year’s Celebrate Literacy Week will take place January 25-29, 2021. We have several activities planned at school for this week, including the following Dress Up Days.

     

    DRESS UP DAYS

    Monday – We’re “Red-y” to Read! (Wear red clothing)
    Tuesday – Hats Off to Books (Wear a hat)

    Wednesday – Reading Makes Your Dreams Come True (Wear school-appropriate pajamas)
    Thursday – Books Brighten Our Lives (Wear bright colored clothing)
    Friday – Book Character Dress Up (no parade)

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  • PikMyKid Now Active!

    PMK

     

    NEW dismissal procedures -- PikMyKid app

    In our ongoing efforts to enhance your child’s safety and simplify dismissal… We have implemented PikMyKid. Using this new way of dismissal allows the parent to "annouce" their arrival in the afternoon. The student will see the announcement and head to parent pick up from their classroom. 

    Parent Video

    Parent App User Guide-English

    As always if you have any questions, contact me directly at mcfarlandk2@leonschools.net.

     

    Announce

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  • LCS Homework Hub

    Please check out the information on this website regarding a Homework Hub organized by the LCS Public Library:  http://cms.leoncountyfl.gov/Library/Library-Services/Children-Services/Homework-Hub.

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  • ROES Outdoor Classroom

    A HUGE Thank you to:

    Boy Scout Camren Claude

    for our New Outdoor Classroom.  Our teachers and students are so excited to have a special place to learn!

    Outdoor Classroom Picture Outdoor Classroom Picture 2

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  • 2020-2021 School Supply List

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Roberts WRES Morning News via Livestream

Around the District

  • James S. Rickards Sunshine State Scholar - Video

    Dylan Epstein-Gross from James S. Rickards High School was quietly paying attention during his online science class when he saw a group of people appear on his computer screen. Click to find out what happened.

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  • R Frank Nims Opens Pre-Law Magnet

    R. Frank Nims Middle School just became one of the few middle schools in the state of Florida to offer a Pre-Law Magnet program, and is the first of its kind in North Florida

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  • Leon County School Board Meeting Replay

    Miss the Leon County School Board Meeting? Catch the replay on our YouTube channel by clicking the image to the left. (Original broadcast date: January 12, 2021)

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  • Local Student Film Award Winners 🎬

    The Northeast Leon Society for Arts and Culture (NELSAC) recently announced the winners of their Student Online Short Film Contest. All of the winners were Leon County School students. Kraft Nissan kindly provides funds for film contest cash prizes and Tiburoso Films provides the Director of Best Contest Film a Β½ Day, on-location film shoot. Congrats to all of the winners! For more information about NELSAC, visit www.nelsac.org.

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Say No to Bullying

  • October is Bullying Prevention Month. Please review the following resources to familiarize yourself with what Leon County Schools is doing to prevent bullying, and talk to your child about saying no to bullying.  Reports can be made anonymously.

    LCS Bullying Policy

    LCS Bullying Reporting Form

     

    Roberts Bullying Investigations Contact: 

    Arecia Shelton-Martin, Ph. D.

     

  • FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.

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