Boys Bowling

The JV and Varsity Boys Bowling teams beat Copley yesterday 2511 to 2167.  Top scorers were Shuan Bennett who rolled a 277 and Logan Manhard  who rolled a 225 game.  Frank Farley rolled a 215 and Lucius Ivory rolled a 211 for a balanced effort.  Kent  is now 2 and ) in the Suburban League.  The Rough Riders will be in action again on Monday, Dec. 5th to face Twinsburg at Roseland Lanes.

Girls Bowling

The Girls Bowling team lost to a solid Copley team at Riviera Lanes.  Emily Byles was clicking on all cylinders as she continues to improve her game.  Emily rolled games of 219 and 237 for a 456 series.  Emily rolled 17 strikes against two opens in her two matches. On another positive note, Anna Larison rolled a personal high game of 152 for a 249 series.

Pen Ohio

If you signed up to participate in Pen Ohio, high school level of Power of the Pen, you should have gotten a paper delivered to you Wednesday or Thursday.  If not, see Mrs. Fahey in room 118 or Mrs. Stuckey in her office before December 6th.


Dear Students, Parents, and Friends of Theodore Roosevelt High School,

This past Tuesday we were excited to induct 60 students into our National Honor Society.   Selection is based upon four criteria:  scholarship, leadership, service, and character.  We are proud of our new inductees and impressed by their many accomplishments.  We are especially grateful to the members of National Honor Society for modeling The Roosevelt Way for all of our students.

Preparation for semester exams should be in progress as the exams are less than three weeks away.  Exam grades reflect student effort and knowledge of course content up to this point in the school year.  The first quarter grade is worth 40% of the semester grade.  The second quarter grade is worth 40% of the semester grade.  Exam scores are significant because they comprise twenty percent of the first semester grade.

Students will begin the scheduling process early in the second semester.  Roosevelt High School is committed to providing relevant courses to prepare our students for success in our continuously changing society.  Students’ future schedules will be based upon various student data points, teacher/counselor/parent recommendations and student interest. Scheduling early for the 2016-17 school year will ensure appropriate course placement.

The month of December is an extremely eventful one.  The winter sport season is already underway.  We also look forward to the numerous choir and band holiday performances.  Listed below are some important December happenings.

            December 1:              Interim Reports Distributed

                                                       Silent Auction Prom Fundraiser – 6:30 p.m.

            December 19-21:    Semester Exams – Exam Schedule will be                                                           posted online

            December 22:           Winter Break – No School

            January 5:                    Classes Resume

While there are many exciting events at Roosevelt, we are also aware that the holiday season can be a challenging and stressful time for many.  We will do our best to make certain that Roosevelt continues to be a warm, caring, and consistent environment for all of our students. 

Warmest regards for a very happy and safe holiday season.

Dennis Love


Driver Education

It’s not too late to join this session of Driver Education!!! You can join the class tomorrow, Thursday, December 1st. You must be 15 years, 5 months old to take the class.  Forms are available in the Career Ed and Activities Office.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Hensel in the Career Ed Office!

RHS Alive

RHS Aliveour student led Bible study will be meeting tomorrow , December 1st, and EVERY Thursday after school in room 522-Mr. Dunlap’s room.  Please join us for a snack and a chance to just connect with other students.  We would love everyone to join us and give us ideas as to how we can support one another.

Roosevelt High School Logo
1400 N. Mantua St.
Kent OH 44240