Lincoln Roosevelt School

Preparing the children of today for tomorrow...

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    Secretary: Ms. Cindy Perez  
     
    Assistant Principal: Dr. Christopher Zegar
     
    Secretary: Mrs. Sue Schnabel  
     
    School Counselor/ Anti-Bullying Specialist: Ms. Stefanie DelRusso
     
    School Counselor: Ms. Tara Urban
     
    District Anti-Bullying Coordinator: Dr. Charles Seipp
     
     
    Office: 973-584-4331 
    Fax: 973-584-4257
     
    Absence Verification: 973-584-2805
     
    Regular Day:                         Delayed Opening:                         Early Dismissal:                                                                                                                                                                            
                                                 Doors Open:  8:20 am                                  Doors Open:  10:20 am                                             Doors Open:  8:20am
                                                 Start Time:  8:40 am                                     Start Time:  10:40 am                                                Start Time:  8:40 am
                                                 Dismissal:  2:58 pm                                       Dismissal:  2:58 pm                                                   Dismissal:  1:17pm
      
     
     

School Updates

  • Back to School Packets Now Available

Welcome


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  • 2022-2023 School Supplies                 pencils

    Click HERE for a list of school supplies suggested for the 2022-2023 school year.


     

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Principal's Message

  • Dear Parents/Guardians:

    Dr. Zegar and I would like to welcome you to Lincoln Roosevelt School for the 2022-2023 school year.  Our staff eagerly anticipates meeting your child on the first day of school – Monday, August 29th, 2022. 

    Starting off a school year is always an exciting time for both students and staff.  It is a new beginning for everyone involved and an opportunity to grow as individuals.  At L/R, our team tries to instill in our students the following virtues:

    1) Never be afraid to challenge yourself and reach to achieve your dreams.

    2) Treat others the way you would like to be treated.

    3) Make smart decisions and admire those of great character.

    4) Work hard and remain dedicated, and success will follow.

    Instilling these qualities is only possible by forging a strong bond between home and school.  Our teachers and administrators look forward to working with you in order to make your child’s academic experience a positive one.  Keeping that notion in mind, communication between students, parents and teachers is a critical element in your child’s success at school.  L/R teachers will communicate your child’s progress to you and seek your support throughout the year.  You are also encouraged to reach out and initiate communication with your child’s teacher if you ever have a concern about your child.  We are positive that, together, we can make a difference. 

    In order to ease your child’s transition to their next school year, the doors of L/R will be open for a self-guided tour on Tuesday, August 23rd, from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.  Children MUST be accompanied by an adult.  Please bring a copy of your child’s schedule so they can “walk-through” their daily routine.  Maps will be provided in the main lobby to aid in navigating the building.

    Also, please mark your calendar for our Back-to-School night scheduled for Wednesday, September 14th , at 7:00 pm.  This event is for parents only.

    On behalf of the entire Lincoln/Roosevelt staff, enjoy the rest of the summer.  We look forward to a great school year.

     

    Sincerely,

    Chris Argenziano                       Dr. Christopher Zegar

    Principal                                    Asst. Principal

District News

  • Roxbury Woman’s Club Donates Trees to Roxbury Schools

    Thanks to a generous donation of seedlings from the Roxbury Woman’s Club, the grounds around Roxbury Schools will blossom and bloom for years to come. In recognition of Earth Day, Diane Olivo, the Environmental Chair of the Woman’s Club organized for the district to receive 50 seedlings of Dogwoods and Bayberry trees. The seedlings were delivered Friday morning.

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  • Roxbury Distinguished Alumni Award Nominations are Now Being Accepted

    Alumni, faculty, staff, students, or friends of Roxbury Schools may submit nominations for the eighth annual Distinguished Alumni Award. All interested in submitting a nomination may complete and return the nomination form by no later than May 1, 2022 for the upcoming selection year. Online submissions are preferred and can be located at http://www.roxbury.org/distinguishedalumni.

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  • Roxbury Schools Holds Pajama Day to Raise Funds for CHOP

    Roxbury Schools held its second annual Pajama Day Friday, December 3rd to raise funds for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). This district-wide Pajama Day fundraiser raised $5,451 for CHOP.

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  • Lincoln/Roosevelt PTO to Host ‘Meet the Candidates Night’

    Roxbury Township residents will have the opportunity to vote for three seats for a three-year term on the Roxbury Board of Education on the Tuesday, November 2nd ballot. In preparation for this election, the Lincoln/Roosevelt PTO is to host and moderate an upcoming ‘Meet the Candidates Night’ in a debate format.

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  • LRS Receives $5,000 Donation from New Burlington Store

    Burlington Stores, the national off-price retailer, through its partnership with the national non-profit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, has generously donated $5,000 towards school supplies to Roxbury Township’s Lincoln/Roosevelt School in celebration of its new store now open at The Shops at Ledgewood Commons in Roxbury Township.

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