Community Resource Center

The Community Resource Center (CRC) is dedicated the development of healthy children and strong family units by providing parents with education, referral services and ongoing support. The mission of the CRC is to function as a catalyst for coordination of resources and services in the community and to ensure the educational, physical, social, and emotional needs are met of all the Roosevelt Middle School families. The CRC works to help individuals identify and overcome barriers that impede the fulfillment of their goals, to promote the development of strong families, to assist teachers in supporting students, and to break the cycles of at-risk behaviors.

We are located in Room 147 and we are open from 3:30 P.M., Tuesdays and Thursdays. We hope to be open Monday through Friday as the school year moves forward! With your help we can achieve so much more. If you would like to volunteer your time in our Resource Center or helping with events, please let us know! Our goal is to bring families, school and communities together to provide our students the best learning experience and best quality of life as possible.

Services and Supports provided through CRC-RMS are available to all children, youth, parents and families who live in the community. The center's activities and programs are for ALL children and families. All families are served regardless of social, ethnic, and/or socioeconomic status. The center is staffed with English and Spanish speaking staff for ease of accessibility.

For more information, please contact Marie Tavares (Parent Support Specialist) or Kimberly Soto-Hurtado (Wraparound Coordinator) at 508-961-3170.