Chili Challenge at RHS

Going to the Basketball game on Friday?  Come grab dinner before at the Chili Challenge!  This annual event will be hosted by the Interact Club on January 18th from 5-7:00.  Tickets are $5.00.  If you would like to help out, come to our meeting after school today, 1/15,  in the library.  For more information, find Claire Cardy or Ms. Comeaux.  See you there!

Buckeye Boys or Girls State

Attention juniors!  Are you interested in attending Buckeye Boys or Girls State Conference this summer?  It’s a paid-for opportunity that gives you the experience of leadership/management training, with further opportunity for scholarships.  If the answer is yes, please let ALL your teachers know of your interest today!  Teacher nomination forms for Buckeye Boys and Girls State have been posted on the faculty Teacher Tools website and are due by Thursday, January 17. Any juniors with specific questions about Boys and Girls State are encouraged to talk to any social studies teacher, Mrs. Jurging or one of last year’s representatives, including Brianna Boykin, Melina Salisbury, Perry Antalek, Shaun Bennett, Sam Kirbabas and Owen Pazderak.

Spirit Week January 14-18, 2019

It’s Winter Pep Assembly!  Our Spirit Week is all based on service. Bring in $1.00 donation** each day to the concession stand before school or at lunch to wear headgear (hats, sunglasses, etc.) to coordinate with the spirit day theme.  A wristband will be given to each student who donates to participate.

Monday will be “Time to Serve”,(American/Patriotic Gear) -wear your red, white and blue!

Tuesday is “Sports Day”-wear all your favorite sport team attire/colors!

Wednesday the theme is “Destination Day”.

Freshman -Northeast (Preppy)

Sophomores-North  (Winter Wear)

Juniors-Southwest (Cowboy Attire)

SeniorsSouth (Beach/Hawaiian)

Faculty and Staff– Stay-cation (Dress-down/PJ)

Thursday is “Decades Day“.  (Wear your favorite decade attire…70’s 80’2 etc.)

Friday is “Pep Rally Class Theme”  (Check class social media or class officer). Don’t forget to bring $1.00 every day to wear a hat!!!

**All proceeds will be given to local charitable organizations.

Ice Hockey Defeats Olmsted Falls

The Ice Hockey team won their 18th game yesterday by defeating Olmsted Falls by the score of 4 – 2. Ethan Steffl scored 3 goals, and Perry Antalek scored the other goal. Freshman Jake Bennett was stellar in net and saved 26 shots on his way to collecting the win in net for the Riders. On Saturday, the team beat Orange High School 6 – 2, both Ethan Steffl and Nick Krestan scored 2 goals each, Monroe, Lachman, and Macomber all recorded 1 goal, and Harper got the win in net. Well done Riders!

Girls Bowlers Fall to Stow

The girls bowled well yesterday but fell to a good Stow team 2,264 to 2,017.  Braydn Harris rolled games of 199 and 198 while Jade Kimmel had games of 174 and 202.  Other high games for Roosevelt were Tara Sefchick 160, Melina Ferner 146,  and Liz Gavriloff 125.  Also helping out yesterday was Ryan Rhinehart who bowled well in match play and the Baker format.  The girls bowl again next Tuesday against Brecksville.

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