Roosevelt Education Center

  • Welcome to the Roosevelt Education Center! REC serves as the home for three different Federal Level IV programs for students with special needs.

    Here at REC we focus fulfilling the District mission of creating a safe and caring climate and culture in which we prepare, engage, educate, empower and inspire all learners in partnership with their surrounding community to be successful in today's and tomorrow's society. By establishing strong relationships and providing engaging instruction in a consistent environment, students learn strategies to support their success academically and socially.

    Address: 3015 3rd St N, Saint Cloud, MN 56303
    Phone: 320-370-6890; Fax: 320-370-6939

    Email: Roosevelt@isd742.org
    School Hours: Office: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Student Day:

    • K-12 9:15-3:45
    • Journey 8:30-3:00

    Roosevelt Elementary Education Program (K-5)

    Roosevelt Elementary is separate, public, day school that serves St. Cloud School District students in grades K-5 whose emotional and behavioral health needs require intensive emotional behavioral supports in a small, highly structured learning environment. Roosevelt elementary serves students who struggle with self-regulation and social skills, and who may also have difficulty with academics and mental health. Our teachers and staff provide core academics along with instruction in social emotional learning and mental health skills in a supportive and caring environment.

    Roosevelt High School Program (City Life) (9-12)

    Roosevelt High School is a separate, public, day school that serves St. Cloud School District students in grades 9-12 whose emotional and behavioral health needs intensive emotional behavioral supports in a small, highly structured learning environment. Roosevelt High School serves students who struggle with self-regulation and social skills, and who may also have difficulty with academics, mental health, or attendance. Our teachers and staff provide core academics along with instruction in social emotional learning, mental health skills and transition in supportive caring environment.

    Journey Program (grade 9 through age 21)

    Students in the Journey Program range from grades 9- age 21 and receive special education services primarily under Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Developmental/Cognitive Disability(DCD) criteria. Students at Journey require individualized curriculum, a high staffto student ratio, and an intensive and customized Federal Setting IV learning environment. Students in the Journey Program have been referred from an ISD 742 secondary school or transition program due to their unique and significant needs in the areas of self-regulation, social/emotional, and behavior. This setting allows for highly individualized and flexible programming so that students’ behavioral and sensory needs are met while building functional skills and increasing their independence. View the Brochure.

    The programs at Roosevelt Education Center are not available to open enrollment.

    If you have any questions about Roosevelt Education Center programs please contact:

    Kate Butkowski
    Director of Alternative Programs
    320-370-6890