Electronics is inside everything! From your iphone, Xbox and coffee pot to your car audio and home theatre systems. Learn how these devices work by studying electronics here at Roosevelt High School. There is plenty of hands on projects to go along with your study of theory. Stop down to see the program in room 502.
Health Career Technologies is a class that prepares you for a career in the medical or dental environment. Within the classroom, students will interact with medical professionals from different work environments. This is a two year program where students will receive high school credits for college prep English, Tech Theory, Lab, Anatomy and Physiology, and an Externship during their senior year. HCT is seeking new students that are interested in learning more about the medical and/or dental field. The program is looking for self-motivated and hard working individuals who would like to better prepare themselves for their future.
February is National Career Technical Education Month. For 10th grade students this is your opportunity to visit Theodore Roosevelt High School Career Technical Programs this Friday. Did you know that you might be able to earn up to a semester of college credit by taking a Career Technical Program? Invest in your future today.
On Friday, November 6, 2009, twenty-eight students from the Athletic Health Care & Fitness and Health Career Technologies classes volunteered to help facilitate small group stations for a traveling COSI exhibit at Davey Elementary School. With the direction of the COSI staff, the following juniors and seniors worked with the elementary students, providing various information and/or activities relating to the human body’s functions and systems:
Athletic Health Care & Fitness Level I: Emily Adelman, Taylor Beavers, Taylor Cole, Randy Foster, Deanna Kruger, Justin Nelson, and Nic Onusic.
Athletic Health Care & Fitness Level II: Jake Arnold, Matt Becker, Jordan Bedell, Matt Branden, Kayla Braun, Albert DePerro, Stephanie Evans, Jessie Hall, Audrey Krye, Dalton Lee, Eva Paoloni, Eric Pucillo, Emily Schneider, Kassondra Spangler, Dominique Stevens, and Phil Weigel.
Health Career Technologies Level I: Briia Anthony, Amanda Bretzin, Hali Burris, Becky Douds, Kim Fernandez, Kelsey Jones, and Theresa Sanders.
Thanks to these students for giving their time to the elementary students and sharing their health care knowledge in a practical way!