There is still time! Order your yearbook at www.jostens.com or bring in a check to Mrs. Cuva TODAY!
Prom tickets will go on sale next Wednesday, April 25 through Friday, April 27 during lunch periods (10:00 a.m. -12:06 p.m. Wednesday and 10:19 a.m. – 12:39 p.m. Thursday and Friday). Tickets are $20.00 per person presale and will be $22.00 at the door. Remember, if you are taking a guest that is not a Roosevelt student, you must have a guest form approved before you can buy their ticket.
Are you interested in the role of a service dog? Come visit the service dogs April 25th in the Library during Early Release. Be sure to stop into the library before then to pick up an entrance ticket and reserve your time slot!
Attention all Sophomores- we need your help cleaning up after prom! Sign-up in the Activities Office and start marking your calendars for next Sunday, the 29th starting at 4:30!
Mayatux-Mayapparel will be here IMMEDIATELY after school on Thursday, April 26 to deliver tuxedos. You MUST pay for the tuxedo at the time that it is delivered. Please pay with a check or the exact change in the envelope. Remember to pick up your tux on PPP
It is possible to have a good time without drinking alcohol. In fact, most teens do. Make the choice to stay safe and sober for Prom. Stop by the Prom Promise Table on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday during lunch to sign the Prom Promise and be entered into a free drawing. Be Smart, Safe, and Sober.
The month of April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Did you know that drivers under the age of 25 are more likely to be intoxicated in a fatal crash. The drinking laws were designed to save your life, not to restrict you. Promise yourself to STAY ABOVE THE INFLUENCE! #AlcoholAwarenessMonth
Hey, boys! Want to be the next Mr. Roosevelt? Grab your friends and a form in the Activities Office to be part of a men’s pageant. Return the completed form to Mrs. Larkin’s mailbox by Friday, May 4.
Seniors we have 20 spots left for the Indians game on April 30th. Please go to the library during lunch to purchase your ticket. Don’t miss out on the fun. Also, we will extend the Amazing Race jersey sale and signups for your class competitions until April 25th. Let’s go Seniors!
Congratulations to many of the lady tracksters for running their personal best times this past Saturday at the Amherst Relays. The team of Jordan Dennis, Shayla Lofton, Makhia Friedman, and Korrin Spurlock scored in the Sprint Medley Relay. The ladies travel to Barberton and Aurora this week. Great job, ladies!
Thank you to everyone that attended the None for Under 21 Rally on Tuesday, April 17th!!! Please follow the link below to take a minute to complete the this important survey.
Survey Link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018-n4u21
Attention Juniors and Seniors it’s about that time! Yep, Prom is right around the corner! We want everyone to have fun, and to arrive alive! We’re encouraging those attending to sign the PROM PROMISE which is the promise to DRIVE SMART, SAFE, and Sober! If you’re interested in promoting a safe prom we need your help at the Promise Promise sign up table during Prom Ticket Sales on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. If you are interested in working the PROM PROMISE table, see the sign-up sheet located on the counter in the Activities Office today!
Because of the shift in calendars in the 2019-20 school year, the graduation ceremonies would fall on Memorial Day weekend for the Class of 2020. We will not be having the graduation on that Sunday due to various reasons so we are looking to change the format from a Sunday afternoon to a Thursday evening ceremony on May 21, 2020. Specific times are still to be determined, but we wanted to begin the communication with students’ families. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Mr. Dennis Love at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-676-8719.
Juniors!! Student Council would like to thank YOU for participating in the Junior Class Elections. Thank you, also, to the three presidential candidates woh entered the race for class president. At this time, we would like to announce the results of the election.
The 2018-19 Senior Class President will be . . . . IAN MAIL. Congratulations!! So now, calling ALL JUNIORS!! We continue to ask for YOUR involvement in our class events. Right now, that means come to prom works!! WE NEED YOU!
Freshmen—Student Council would like to thank YOU for participating in the Freshman Class Elections yesterday. At this time, we’d like to announce the results of yesterday’s election.
As announced yesterday, CHLOE NIESZ KUTSCH will be serving as your Class Treasurer and PATRICK GALLAGHER will be serving as your Class Vice President. The Class Secretary is . . . LUCAS PIERRE. And finally, the Class President is . . . BRANDON HARVEY!!
We’d also like to acknowledge again, your Class Representatives: ALEX GREEN, SIENNA LEISING, EMMA MEYER, KATELYN MOISIO, ISABELLE SMITH, and MELAINA UHRIG.
Congratulations to all candidates on a strong campaign. We look forward to your involvement and leadership next year.