Anyone interested in playing football in the fall should plan to attend a very important meeting on Thursday, March 14th at 12:15 on early release day. The meeting will cover the summer calendar, all upcoming football events and will be held in the auditorium.
Roosevelt students Matthew Richards and Chris LeSeure will be traveling to Kenton High School Saturday, March 9th for the State Powerlifting Championships. Good luck gentlemen!
Thinking about your future and the legacy you want to leave at Roosevelt? Current sophomores and juniors please apply to become a Freshman Connections Mentor, so you can teach the incoming freshmen all about high school life and the Roosevelt Way. You can make a difference! Application packets may be picked up and returned in the Activities Office and are due by Weds, March 20th!
The mobile dentist will be at Stanton Middle School on Monday, March 18 from 7:30am-2:30pm. The smile program will set up a mini dental office at Stanton and provide dental services for all children who return completed forms. All dentists are state licensed and will conduct a complete dental exam. Please click the below link for more information, complete the appropriate application, and return it with your student. Interested RHS Students will be escorted to SMS on that day. Please contact district nurse Rita Baker with questions 330-676-8617.
Congratulations BROOKE HARVEY, Roosevelt’s Rotary Club Four-Way Speech Competition winner!
Attention Spring Sport Athletes: Spring Sport Picture Day is today after school beginning at 2:45 in the gym. Picture Day schedules are available in the Athletic Office. Athletes should arrive 10 minutes prior to their scheduled picture time.
Enjoy a variety of ice cream flavors and toppings for only $1.00 per scoop TODAY from 2:30-4:00 at the concession stand to support the Girls Lacrosse team! See you there!
Congratulations to Roosevelt’s Laws of Life Essay Contest WINNERS: First Place: Makhia Friedman, Second Place: Lana Subahi, Third Place: Jillian Hanna, and Honorable Mentions: Madelyn Fisher and Theo Thomas. Great job, students. Keep writing!
The Library will be closed to all students from study halls, lunches and classes TODAY during periods 7/8, 9 and 10 for a Culture Fair work day. We will reopen normally on Wednesday. Thanks!
Congratulations to the RHS cheerleading squad who placed 5TH on Saturday in the STATE CHEERLEADING COMPETITION. The team performed flawlessly and were able to break into the top five out of the 19 teams who were able to advance to the state competition. We are so proud of this amazing accomplishment and our Rider cheerleaders!
Start spreading the news… we’re leaving real soon. It’s time to be a part of it New York, New York! That’s right seniors, if you are going on the class trip to New York, there is a mandatory meeting Wednesday at 1:45 in the auditorium for final trip details. If you still have forms or money due, turn it in now.
Come support the Interact Club tomorrow for the Chili Challenge! This event is happening 4:30-6:30 and tickets are $5.00. Here you can eat amazing chili and stay after for the Band Extravaganza following! The funds will go to the Miller Community House. If you have any questions contact Claire Cardy or Mrs. Comeaux. Hope to see you there!
I Hola estudiantes de Espanol! Spanish Club is back again today. Join us right after school in Senora Looney’s room. Hope to see you there!
Big shout out and congratulations to Gracie Wyckoff for qualifying to represent the Teaching Professions program in Dallas. Grace placed in the top 5 in the State of Ohio for resume and cover letter writing and job interviewing. Proud of you, Gracie!
Congratulations to the Roosevelt String Orchestra. This past Saturday they traveled to Brunswick and earned a Superior rating for their contest performance.