Hey Sophomores! Do you want a free pizza and cookie lunch? Just come to clean up Sunday after Prom at 4:30.
Hey Riders, are you attending Prom? After purchasing your tickets, stop by the Prom Promise table on Today or Friday and sign the “Prom Promise” What is “Prom Promise”? You are making a promise to yourself and other to have a SAFE and SOBER Prom. SIGN IT, MEAN IT, KEEP IT! You can pick up and wear a red bracelet to wear to symbolize you signed the pledge. As a bonus, your name will be entered into a drawing for a free Jimmy John’s gift card with a value of 10.00!
Did you know Teddy Bling is back? Order information has been posted to the RHS website. See Mrs. Looney, Mrs. Knight or Mrs. Kellar for more information.
Procrastinators! Procrastinators! Calling all procrastinators! This is your last chance to buy a yearbook! Go to www.jostens.com by next Friday, May 3rd. Don’t miss out on the memories!
It’s prom and graduation season. That means it is crucial that you plan, think and make good choices to stay safe. Here are some tips to remember and practice- do not text while driving: Do not drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol or ride with someone who is under the influence. Remember, drinking before the age of 21, and smoking weed are both illegal. Don’t take the risks, and don’t ruin your night or your life with a bad choice.
Hey Roosevelt Spanish student! Don’t forget to order your Spanish Spirit Wear! All information to order an awesome t-shirt is posted to your Spanish Class Google Classroom. Or see Mrs. Looney or Mrs. Knight for a flyer.
Hey Seniors! Are you expecting to graduate with Honors? Please check the list posted outside of counseling? If you think your name should be on the list, please contact Mrs. Jay D’Aurelio to discuss it. Congratulations!
Seniors! Applications to speak or perform at this year’s Graduation Ceremony are available in the Activities Office or outside room 119 and the Choir Room. See Mrs. Harr of Mr. Fowler for details!
Prom tickets will go on sale Wednesday, April 24 through Friday, April 26 during lunch periods (10:19-10:49, 11:14-11:44 and 12:09-12:39). Tickets are $20.00 per person presale and will be $22.00 at the door. Remember, if you are taking a guest that is not a Roosevelt student, you must have a guest form approved before you can buy their ticket. There will be a sobriety check before you enter the dance where all dance attendees will be administered a breathalyzer test.
Attention All Students: All students who have a GPA that equates to an average of 3.5 or higher for the first three grading periods this school year are invited to the Roosevelt Scholars Program on Tuesday, May 7th. The list of eligible students is posted on the Counseling showcase. Please check the list. If you think you’re eligible and your name is not posted or if your name is listed but you think the award level is wrong, notify the Counseling department as soon as possible. Also, please check the spelling of your name so it is printed correctly in the program. Let Mrs. Fisher in the Counseling office know of any changes by the end of school on Friday, April 26th.
ATTENTION Juniors and Seniors attending Saturday’s All the World’s a Fair Prom event — Please make sure you have completed your EMA, that’s your Emergency Medical Authorization form, on the Final Forms website. You MUST have this EMA completed in order to buy your prom tickets. Log on today to double-check!
Reminder: the next session of Driver Education will begin on Tuesday, April 30th. This class starts at 2:45 right after school. You must be 15 years, 5 months old to take the class. Forms are available in the Career Ed and Activities Office.
This is a very special year for Kent City Schools Special Olympics team. We are celebrating our twenty-fifth year of sponsoring track and swimming. For the first time on May 4, we are sponsoring the area state qualifying meet in track at the Stanton Track. We need YOU to volunteer to help with the event. The event begins at 9:00 with a parade of the athletes, led by the Roosevelt Band. As a volunteer, you would need to be there by 8:30 a.m. to get your assignment. Events begin at 10:00 a.m. and the meet should end around 3:00 p.m. Over 250 volunteers are needed to make this day a success. All volunteers will receive lunch and a t-shirt in addition to knowing you have helped your fellow students and the other 300 athletes that are expected to attend. You can sign up in the activity office to indicate what time you are available and t-shirt size.
The Blood Drive is next Tuesday, April 30th! 16 year old donors can pick up a parent permission form from the Activities Office. Registration for your time slot is this week, April 22-26, at the concession stand during lunch. Thank you in advance for your donation!
Please see the link below for ordering a necklace to help support RHS Spanish Club!