Come enjoy the Sound of Freedom and rock out with Attica, Into Enemy Hands, Audrey Safford, The Trunks, and Age of Athena this Friday night, Feb 6, at the Amnesty International Benefit Concert in the Roosevelt cafeteria. Doors open at 5:30.
Congratulations Boy Bowling for winning the OHSAA District Tournament on Saturday, February 27th!!! Good luck to AJ Byles, Tyler Jastromb, Brandon Klembus, Jon Miller, Randy PAsket, Joey Swanson and Drew Wilfong as they travel to the State Tournament in Chillicothe Friday, MArch 5th. Go Riders!
Attention all Track and Field athletes! There will be a short meeting Friday, February 26th at 2:45 in the back of the cafeteria.
Attention Wrestlers- Please turn your uniforms in to Mrs. DeLeone in the Athletic Office no later than Friday. Thank you!
What did you do this winter that was fun and exciting? Did you go anywhere for winter break, throw a Super Bowl party, go sledding? Yearbook would love to have your pictures. Turn them in to Mrs. Frampton’s mailbox this week, or come to room 523 and we’ll get them off your car. Remember, we need your winter pictures this week. For recent updates, check the yearbook bulletin board.
District Qualifiers for Roosevelt finished:
Taylor Wise: 50 Free style (24.84) – 8th place in NE District and 25th overall in the State, Division 1.
100 Free (53.37) 9th place in NE District and 26th overall for Division 1 State.
200 Free Medley came in 19th Kent Roosevelt with a 1:58.12
1) Wise, Taylor JR (29.41) 2) Crocker, Laurel JR (35.56) 3) Sincel, Monica SO (26.88) 4) Steinert, Dana JR (26.27)
200 Free: Dana Steinert 44th 2:04.72
200 IM 39th Crocker, Laurel JR 2:24.31
100 Fly 16th Sincel, Monica 1:00.79 1
500 Free 33rd Steinert, Dana JR Kent Roosevelt 5:32.30
200 Free Relay: 19th 1:45.31
1) Crocker, Laurel JR 2) Steinert, Dana JR 3) Sincel, Monica SO 4) Wise, Taylor JR
27.18 53.50 (26.32) 1:20.45 (26.95) 1:45.31 (24.86)
Auditions for the Spring One-Act Plays will be held in the scene shop at 3:00 on Tuesday, March 2nd. Audition materials are available right now on the bookcase inside the scene shop.
Don’t pass up your chance to see the Drama Guild’s performance of Into the Woods this weekend! You won’t want to miss Little Red Ridinghood getting eaten by the wolf or Cinderella getting chased by the prince! The curtain goes up on Friday, February 26 and Saturday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, February 28 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $7 for students and $8 for adults. Are you looking for a deal? Then buy your tickets in advance during lunch periods for a dollar less. OR come see the show on Thursday, February 25 at 6:00 p.m. for only $3! The Drama Guild hopes to see you there!
Poetic Portraiture invites you to have your senior portrait taken for only $25 on Sat. March 6th. Your $25 investment includes a 10 min. session in one outfit, a 4×6 retouched print and submission of your portrait to the yearbook. Call 330.714.8898 to schedule an appointment or stop in the Activities for more information.
Any 16 year old boy interested in joining the trip to Germany this summer should see MR. Morgan or Ms, Stefaniuk in rooms 228 or 229.
For the next 2 weeks (2/22-3/5) there will be a Pennies for Patients collection box in your 3rd period class. Remember our goal is to reach $2,000.00. Every cent counts, so be sure to set a classroom goal. Get ahead, start collecting today!
Congratulations Wrestling District qualifiers-Shane Havel who placed 2nd, Eric Pucillo and Aaron Miller 4th and Thomas Hartley and Brett Brooks as alternatives. Good Luck this weekend at Mentor.
Congratulations Boys and Girls Bowling Metro Champs!!! And good luck as the Boys Team, Jon Miller, Brandon Klembus, AJ Byles, Tyler Jastromb and JoeySwanson and Girls individuals Liz Persuhn and Tanjenae Harris as they advance to the District Tournament in Canton this weekend!
Hey Seniors! We have extended the deadline for elementary pictures until next Friday, Feb. 19. Also, don’t forget to turn your middle school pictures in next week as well. We want everybody represented in the slide show, so bring them in!
Are you interested in learning about anatomy, fitness, and exercise science? Do you enjoy helping others? Do you enjoy being part of a team? Do you want to position yourself to be successful in your future? Do you want to earn college credits? If so, check out Athletic Health Care and Fitness. Stop by room 137 and talk with Mr. Slattery or Mr. Jurging.