Attention anyone interested in playing softball this spring! There will be open field Tuesday, Oct. 24th from 245-430!
On November 2, 2017 Theodore Roosevelt High School will be holding a mental health awareness panel. Members of the panel including: Coleman, Children’s Advantage and Townhall II. Topics discussed will include: depression, anxiety, stress and self-harm as well as information about the services offered at each organization. This a great opportunity to learn more about mental wellness and how to help your loved ones. The panel will begin at 7pm in the Richard Roberts Auditorium. This event is open to all community members.
Girls Basketball Open Gym will be Tuesday after school 3:00-4:30. Tryouts will be this Friday, October 27th 3-5:00. You MUST have a physical on file to be able to tryout! The best season of the year is fast approaching!
Struggling in Science? Messing up in Math? Let us help you! Sign up at rhstutoring.com to get help in any subject from your Roosevelt NHS peers.
Did you know…Perception is our school’s literary magazine where you can submit poetry, art, photography, stories and more? Submit your work to email@example.com or the boxes in the Main Office and room 118. Meetings are in room 118 Fridays right after school. Prepare to get spooky!
October is LGBT History Month. In celebration, here is a neat fact:
In June 2015, sexual orientation was added to the Army’s anti-discrimination policy.
A great deal of attention is currently being focused on our nation’s prescription drug epidemic. Drug abuse has taken away and ruined way too many lives, especially in Ohio. We’re asking all of the Rough Rider Family to RAISE AWARENESS and show SOLIDARITY AND SUPORT OF DRUG FREE LIFE STYLES by participating in “REDDY for WEDNESDAY” by wearing the color RED on Wednesday October 25th. United We Stand, Divided We Fall! #redribbonweek
Attention Language students! The foreign language indoor soccer tournament will be on Thursday, October 26th. See your teacher for the info sheet and permission slip.
Last night the Girls Volleyball team defeated Copley to win the Sectional title. Leading the way offensively was Giulia Montorsi with 13 kills, Sydney Barnwell with 10 kills and Caroline Hanna with 35 assists. Defensively Mary Marsh collected 32 digs, Jillian Hanna 19 digs and Cecilia Sheehan 15 digs. The Riders take on Walsh next Tuesday in the District Semi-Finals at Stow at 5:30.
Roosevelt community- you may have noticed the bright green poster boards hanging on the trophy cases in the cafeteria atrium. Please take a moment to stop by and share a memory or thought of Eric Proctor for his family. You may also leave a message or any photos you have of him on the Eric Proctor Memorial page on Facebook. His family greatly appreciates your help.
All girls interested in playing basketball this season, please see Coach Foreman in room 521 to pick up packets of information. Also – open gym is tonight 6-7:30. Be there!
Tickets for the first-ever Cabaret are on sale now! The auditorium lobby will be turned into a jazzy night club and several student singers will perform while our audience is treated to hors d’oeurves. Several alumni musicians will also return. Cabaret is Saturday, October 21st and student tickets are $5. Buy your ticket in the choir room now!
Attention students! Sweetest Day flower sales begin Tuesday, October 17th. Flowers are $1.00 and .50 cents for delivery. We will be delivering on Friday, so go buy some flowers!
The University of Georgia will be here to talk with students Oct. 20th about the Programs and degrees they offer. This is a good opportunity to check out a farther or southern University. Get your questions answered about attending college out of state. On Monday, 10/23 look for Seton Hill University.
Congratulations to Women’s Soccer 2017 Suburban League Champs!!