welcome to Theodore Roosevelt 

Roosevelt Report CardAt Theodore Roosevelt, we promote a learning environment that is centered on students, directed by teachers and supported by home and community to promote responsibility and to prepare for the future. Located on the east side of the city, Roosevelt serves approximately 365 students each year. Our school offers a full-day pre-kindergarten program for 4 year olds as well as kindergarten through grade 5. Our school also serves the community through a school-based health care clinic. 
We are proud to be a neighborhood school in a community with a strong commitment to education and collaboration. Just take a look at a number of items we have accomplished by clicking on the report card to the right.  Each and everyday Roosevelt's staff members work to build strong relationships with our students and parents. Our focus continues to be what is best for our students.

If you have any questions, or thoughts to share, please do not ever hesitate to contact us directly. Our door is always open. Thank you for your continued support of Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School.

David Chilson, Principal
Kristy Sloma, Assistant Principal
607-762-8280

Recent News

Online Community Forum about Reopening Plans
Updated on 07/24/2020
The Binghamton City School District will be hosting an online webinar for community members next Tuesday, July 28 at 6 p.m. The purpose of this webinar will be to share elements of the district’s reopening plan. 
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NYSPHSAA To Delay Fall Sports Start Date & Cancel Fall Championships
Updated on 07/16/2020
The Officers of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA), voted to delay the official start date of the Fall 2020 sports season, cancel the Fall 2020 Regional and State Championships and prepare to implement a condensed season schedule in January 2021 if high school sports remain prohibited throughout 2020 due to COVID-19.  
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Thoughtexchange Results about Reopening School
Updated on 07/09/2020
As we approach the 2020-2021 school year, we are looking to define what school will look like for all this fall. We want nothing more than to return, but this desire is only surpassed by the need for this to happen with the safety, health and welfare of our faculty, staff and students as the top priority.  
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