Hey sophomores! Did you know that one of the attorneys for the U. S. Department of Justice is a Kent Roosevelt alumna who was in DECA? Alexia DeVincentis graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in political Science, economics, and Spanish. She also attended Harvard Law School after receiving a Fullbright Fellowship and Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship. DECA prepares tomorrow’s leaders in today’s classroom.
Listen Up Sophomores – Very Important!! Tomorrow, Thursday, February 22nd, is the deadline for submitting an application for any career program you are interested in attending next fall. The link for the application can be found at kentschools.net/rhscte or sixdistrict.com. The next round of applications will not be reviewed until late March, so don’t wait.
All Sophomores: Just a reminder, don’t forget the Career Technical Open House is tonight, February 1st at 6:30. All sophomores and the parents are welcome to come explore our Career Programs and talk with the teachers and see the labs.
Help support the HCT program by going to the Kent Chipotle tomorrow, Wednesday, September 6th from 5-9:00. Take a picture of the flyer on the posters around the school and show it to your cashier! Thanks for the support!
A Reminder to all Teachers and Students: The Career Education Passport Assembly on Tuesday, May 9th, begins promptly at 9:30 am. All senior CTE students should report to the Auditorium or their program at the end of 2nd period. Thank you Teachers for releasing these students 3rd and 4th period for this important assembly. You are also welcome to attend.
All students Interested in any career program must complete the online career applications by Monday, 2/20/17. Please go to www.sixdistrict.com to apply. Don’t be a member of the “late applicant pool”, get your apps in now.
This is a reminder to all sophomores planning on visiting the Auto Technology Program tomorrow, Thursday, February 9th should report to the Guidance Office at 8:45 am. That’s tomorrow, Thursday, February 9th at 8:45 am. Thank you,
All 10th grade students: Just a reminder, don’t forget the Career Technical Open House is TONIGHTat 6:30. All 1oth grade students and parents are welcome to come explore the Career Programs. -10th grade students may now apply for career technical programs, please go to sixdistrict.com to apply.
All students visiting A+ Networking, Criminal Justice, Interactive Media and Design Programs at Cuyahoga High School and Collision Repair at the Faber Building, please report to Guidance at 8:45 am, Friday, February 3rd.
All sophomores planning on visiting the Bio-Medical Program at Woodridge High tomorrow, Thursday, February 2, please report to the Guidance office at 8:45 am. That is tomorrow, February 2, at 8:45 am. Thank you.
Attention all students currently driving and parking at Roosevelt High School: Friday, August 26th is the date that you need your Roosevelt parking sticker for the 2016-2017 school year. You can pick up a parking pass form in the main office, in Mrs. Pifer’s office, or the high school web site. Compact students can see Mrs. Hensel for a compact parking pass form. Please see Mrs. Pifer if you have any questions. Thanks you!
Congratulations to Senior Austin Borrero! He won the Gold Medal in Technical Drafting at the 2016 Skills USA Ohio State Championships held in Columbus, Ohio. He will be competing at the National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky this June.
All students interested in any career program must complete the online career applications by Wednesday, 2/24/16.
This is a reminder to all sophomores planning on visiting the Auto Technology Program tomorrow, Friday, February 12th, should report to the Guidance Office at the end of first period. Thank you,
Just a reminder, don’t forget the Career Technical Conversation with Parents and Students is Wednesday evening, February 10th, at 6:30. All students and parents are welcome to come explore the Career Programs.