FAQ’s


Frequently Asked Questions in the Guidance Office

What is the phone number for the Guidance Office?

What are your regular office hours?

What are your summer hours?

What if I need something and the office is closed?

What is the CEEB code for T. Roosevelt High School?

How do I know which counselor is mine?

Why do I have to see a specific counselor?

Do I need an appointment to see my counselor?

When will you be mailing next year’s schedules?

How do I change my schedule?

How do I send an official transcript?

Is there a fee for transcripts?

How can I get a copy of my diploma?

Which office should I go to for a work permit?

Who will verify my grade point average for car insurance purposes?

Who can help me if my locker is jammed or I’ve forgotten the combination?

Who should I talk to about an attendance issue?


What is the phone number for the Guidance Office?

General Information: 330-676-8720

What are your regular office hours?

The Guidance Office is open Monday through Friday 7:00 until 3:30 when school is in session. Additional hours are available if you need an appointment at a time other than our regular hours.

What are your summer hours?

The School Counselors are here for two weeks following the end of the school year and will return two weeks before the beginning of the next school year

What if I need something and the office is closed?

If you have an emergency that cannot wait until regular office hours, please call your counselor at home.  Mr. Carlton 330-676-9832; Mr. Kline 330-673-8177; Mrs. Rutzky 330-678-4928

What is the CEEB code for T. Roosevelt High School?

The CEEB code is 362778. The CEEB code is required on admission forms by colleges and universities. Also SAT and ACT will require this code when you are registering to take their tests.

How do I know which counselor is mine?

You will have an assigned counselor when you enter the high school. Whether you arrive as a 9th grader, or as a transfer student during the four years, that same counselor will follow you throughout your years at Roosevelt.  The  Class of 2017 has Shannon Cooper; the Class of 2018 has Deb Rutzky;  the class of 2019 has Aaron Carlton; and the class of 2020 has Randy Kline. These counselor assignments will not change.

Why do I have to see a specific counselor?

We find that it’s very helpful when both a student and their counselor have a long lasting relationship. Your counselor can better advise you when you are selecting courses to take at the high school, prepare career avenues for you to consider, suggest higher educational institutions for you to explore and write effective recommendations for you.

However, you should feel free to see any of the four school counselors that you feel most comfortable talking over your personal/social/educational concerns.

Do I need an appointment to see my counselor?

No, but when you do make an appointment, you are guaranteed to see your counselor at a specific time. The next best time would be before or after school or during your study halls or lunch break.

When will you be mailing next year’s schedules?

Class schedules will be handed out in May.

How do I change my schedule?

If you would like to change your schedule after school has begun, you can pick up a drop/add request form in the Guidance Office.  Return the request to your counselor.  They will contact you with a revised schedule or ask that you stop by to discuss the request.

If it is after the first nine weeks of school, you should make an appointment with your school counselor to discuss the course(s) in question. If a change is to be initiated, your school counselor will give you a Class Change Request Form to be completed by the teacher(s) of the courses involved, your parent/guardian and you, the student.

How do I send an official transcript?

If you are applying to colleges, submitting scholarship applications or otherwise, please fill out a green card in the Guidance Office and submit all information to Mrs. Fisher. All requests must have envelopes with postage attached. If you are currently a Roosevelt student, there is no charge for transcripts Allow one week for processing of the transcript.

If you have already graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School, you should submit your request in writing to Mrs. Fisher in the guidance office at least two weeks prior to the deadline for your transcript. The request should include your name at the time of graduation, date of birth, social security number, the year of your graduation and where the transcript is to be sent. Please include a check or money order in the amount of $5.00 for each request.

Is there a fee for transcripts?

All former graduates must pay a $5.00 fee for each official transcript.

How can I get a copy of my diploma?

We do not keep copies of diplomas. You will have to provide your original diploma for a copy to be made.

Which office should I go to for a work permit?

Mrs. Thomas in the Principal’s office will provide the paperwork.

Who will verify my grade point average for car insurance purposes?

Mrs. Fisher in the Guidance Office can complete the forms for your insurance company.

Who can help me if my locker is jammed or I’ve forgotten the combination?

Mrs. Wolf in the Assistant Principal’s office handles lockers.

Who should I talk to about an attendance issue?

Attendance issues are handled by Mrs. Walker in the Main Office.

Contact us with any Guidance-related suggestions, questions or concerns.