Are you looking for a prom dress?
The 18th Annual Prom Dress Giveaway will be:
- Saturday, March 24, 2018
- 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
- Family of Faith United Methodist Church 800 E. Market St. Akron
- For Girls 16+ years in need of prom dress
- Registration at the door
As you are aware tomorrow is the mandated ACT test for the 11th graders. There has been a letter sent to every student with all dates, times and locations of where they will be testing. If a student needs their testing location, it is printed outside the guidance office. Also, each student will receive a testing ticket telling where they will be testing.
The students for each location will be called separately on the announcements. NEOnet students will be called first at 7:45. Once they are loaded on the bus, Stanton students will be called down. Once they leave the building, then the BOE students will be called.
There will be a 9th period lunch open for all students returning from Stanton. They will be able to buy or they can pack. They are expected to be in 10th period class.
KSU is excited to be hosting FAFSA Help Ohio on Sunday, November 19th, 2017 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to receive hands-on help completing their FAFSA for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. The event will be held on the 2nd floor of the Kent State University Student Center. Students and their families are encouraged to register for this event if they need assistance completing the FAFSA. The attached flyer lists all of the information that they will need to bring with them in order to complete the FAFSA and the contact information for registering for the event.
Flyer for FAFSA HELP OHIO
To register pleascontact Brenda Dillon, Assistant Director @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-672-0516
For a list of other locations and time that may be more suitable, visit FAFSAhelpOH.org
From Left to right Isaac Stokes, Kristen Schuch and Mason Lorch
The National Merit Scholarship Program is an annual academic competition for recognition and potential college undergraduate scholarships. The goal of this program is to identify and honor exceptionally able students and encourage them to pursue rigorous college studies. The competition is open to all U. S. high school students. This year, Theodore Roosevelt High School is home to the following recognized students:
Mason Lorch is a Semifinalist. His parents are Andrea Case and Patrick Lorch. He will move on in the competition and apply to become a Finalist.
Kristen Schuch is a Commended Student. Her parents are Laura and Joe Schuch.
Isaac Stokes is a Commended Student. His parents are Lee Mei and Brent Stokes