School Performance Report

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About Our School

Patrick Murphy, Superintendent

Sean Shaughnessy, PrincipalRoosevelt Elementary

Roosevelt Elementary School has served the residents of northeast Olympia since 1908. The current building was built in 1989, which serves students in grades Kindergarten through fifth grades. A diverse ethnic and socioeconomic mix of students and families enriches our school. Currently, Roosevelt is one of 5 schools in the Olympia School District that receives federal Title I funding to enhance and enrich our social and academic programs.

Roosevelt Elementary School is physically organized into three instructional pods with a total of 17 classrooms. Each pod shares a central common area. Our school facility has a gym, multipurpose
room, music room, and library. Additionally, our school is home to two district programs. The Learning to Engage and Play (LEAP) classroom helps students in grades K-2 to develop social/ emotional skills and the Academic Learning Program (ALPS) is a 4th and 5th grade multi-age classroom designed to challenge and accelerate students who excel in the elementary school setting.

We are proud of the programs we have in place to develop the academic, social and emotional capabilities, and also the success we have had in meeting the needs of this diverse student population.

2016-17 School Facts

Based on the October 2016 enrollment report, there were 417 students enrolled at Roosevelt Elementary.



 Student Demographics         

 Hispanic/Latino of any race(s)   
     Male students
 American Indian/Alaskan Native
0.5%    Female students
 Asian 2.4%  

 Black/African American

71.7%   Free & Reduced Price Meals
Two or More Races
Special Education

Teacher Information

  • Number of classroom teachers: 28
  • Average years of teacher experience: 15.5
  • Teachers with at least a Master's Degree: 57.1%
  • 100% of teachers are highly qualified (teachers qualify by holding a bachelor's degree and passing a state test).



2016-17 District Operating Budget 




 Building Administration
 $7,227,850  6.23%
 Maintenance & Operations    $7,297,943  6.29%
 District Support
 $7,489,580  6.46%
 $3,801,174  3.28%
 Utilities & Insurance  $3,869,588  3.34%
 Food Service
 $2,949,181  2.54%
 Other  $453,018   0.40%
 Added to Reserve  $555,930  0.48%
 Total Expenditures  $115,944,979  100.00%




 $28,120,265  24.25%
 Federal    $6,135,162  5.29%
 Other Sources                          
 $969,697  0.84%
 Total Revenue  $115,944,979  100.00%

Washington Comprehensive Assessment Program

Students in grades 3-5 are required to take an annual state assessment. The scores represent the percent of students meeting standard on the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) or Measurement of Student Progress (MSP)/Science.

 2015-16 3rd Grade SBA​​


 2016-17 3rd Grade SBA

 Our School  
 Our District 
 WA State 
   Our School 
 Our District 
 WA State 
 64.9  60.3  54.3
   65.1  65.3  53.0
 68.5  65.5  58.9
   71.2  69.7  58.0

 2015-16 4th Grade SBA


 2016-17 4th Grade SBA

 Our School  
 Our District 
 WA State 
   Our School 
 Our District 
 WA State 
 66.2  66.7  57.0
   74.4  65.7  56.0
 63.2  67.7  55.4
   72.0  65.3  55.0

 2015-16 5th Grade SBA


 2016-17 5th Grade SBA

 Our School  
 Our District 
 WA State 
   Our School 
 Our District 
 WA State 
 62.0  68.0  60.1
   73.5  68.6  59.0
 Math  60.8  61.7  49.2
   58.8  60.6  49.0
 82.3  76.4  65.3    79.4  76.9  64.0


Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)

Students in grades 2-5 take an annual district assessment. The scores shown are an average score for each grade. The scores measure growth from grade to grade. 

 2015-16 Reading


 2016-17 Reading

 Our School  
 Our District 
 National Norm 
   Our School 
 Our District 
 National Norm 
 Grade 2 
 192  189
   197  194  189
 Grade 3
 203  199
 205  199
 Grade 4
 213  206    216  212  206
 Grade 5
 218  212    223  219  212

 2015-16 Math


 2016-17 Math

 Our School  
 Our District 
 National Norm 
   Our School 
 Our District 
 National Norm 
 Grade 2 
 193 192
   197  195 192
 Grade 3
 208 203
   208  208 203
 Grade 4
 213  218  214    221  218  214
 Grade 5
 224  226  221    228  227  221


Roosevelt Elementary School Mission Statement

ALL students learning and growing in a caring and supportive environment.

All Students Learning: In order to ensure "all students learn," the Roosevelt staff is committed to implementing Professional Learning Communities where teachers are regularly working to diagnose student learning through continuous data review. Intervention and Enrichment plans will be implemented to ensure ALL students learn.

Caring and Supportive Environment: In order to create a "Caring and Supportive Environment," the Roosevelt Staff is committed to fully implementing Positive Behavior Supports in the school. Social Emotional Instruction wil occur in every classroom throughout the school year.

Olympia School District Vision

We envision a supportive environment that promotes trust, growth and achievement of the highest standards. We build our capacity for success through leading-edge programs and operations based on continuous improvement. We have 100 percent commitment to quality and excellence in all things.


National Assessment of Educational Progress

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. Assessments are conducted periodically in mathematicsreadingsciencewritingthe artscivicseconomicsgeography,U.S. history, and in Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL).

In 2017, NAEP began administering 
digitally based assessments (DBA) for mathematics, reading, and writing, with additional subjects to be added in 2018 and 2019.

For Washington State NAEP results please visit this link.


For More Information

If you would like more details about student achievement and demographics, visit the OSPI website and select reports by district or school.

If you would like other information about Roosevelt Elementary School, please call (360) 596-6700.