The boys varsity soccer had a big win at Glen Oak last night by a score of 3 to 1. Scoring goals for the riders were Jose Rocha with two and Sean Kretovics with one. Having a big night on defense was Senior Wesley Shure. Great team effort, go Riders!
Purchase your Rough Rider License Plate Holder for only $5.00 available in the Activities Office at Roosevelt High School. All proceeds go to the RHS Bridges Academy.
Clubs! Sports! Individuals! Listen up! It’s Chili Challenge time! Submit your chili application to the RHS Chili Challenge by Sept. 25th to compete for a year’s worth of bragging rights. Get further information from the Activities Office or come to room 517.
Help us honor the 2009 Men’s Tennis PTC Champions today at 3:30 as they receive their PTC Championship patches. Then stay and watch the Women’s Tennis team compete against Firestone. That’s court side at 3:30 p.m.
Ole! There is still time to sign up to go to Puerto Rico Spring Break of this year. You don’t have to be a Spanish student, you just have to sign up by September 30th. See Mrs. Woz, Mrs. Looney or Mrs. Hultman if you are interested.
Upward Bound College Club will resume this Thursday, September 17th. See you in the Library at 2:45!
Hey Freshman! Have you ever dreamed of becoming President? Well, now is your chance. Pick up a green Freshman Elections Packet in the Activities Office. Positions available are: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and six Student Council Representatives. Intent-to-run forms are due Tuesday, September 29th. See Mrs. O’Reilley in room 201 with any questions.
Tonight’s the night! Roosevelt High School’s annual Fall Open House will take place tonight starting at 7:00 p.m. To help our custodial staff get the building looking beautiful for our parents, everyone is asked to vacate the building by 5:00 this afternoon. Thanks for your help and cooperation in helping us to prepare for this evening’s Open House. And don’t forget to remind your parents that first period class begins promptly at 7:00!
Congratulations to Women’s Volleyball for defeating Filed in only 3 games last night to remain the only undefeated team in the PTC! Great job girls!!
The boys varsity soccer team remains undefeated in the PTC with a win over Springfield by a score of 3-0. Scoring goals for the Riders were Christopher Moravec with two and Coletun Long. Splitting time in the net for the shut out were Kevin Alspach and Tyler Mohnacky. The Riders next game is at Glen Oak on Thursday.
Gowns for Girls… do you need a dress for Homecoming? There will be a dress giveaway at Riverwood Community Chapel this Saturday, September 19th from 2-5 p.m or by appointment. See the flyer posted in the Activities Office window for mor details or call 330-221-2038.
Hey Juniors and Seniors- are you interested in watching the Kent State Golden Flashes take on the Iowa State Cyclones in Football this Saturday, September 19th? If so, stop by the Guidance Office for details on how you can get a free ticket and refreshments for the game.
It’s almost that time again!! September 24th will be this year’s Volley for the Cure Match. We will be selling t-shirts during your lunch periods this week!
Congratulations to the golf team who continued to dominate the PTC Metro Division Thursday by beating Crestwood and Coventry. Scores for Kent were: James Strange – 36 Grant Hensel – 37 Tom Connell – 37 Mark Parsons – 41 Tyler Jastromb – 42 John Sopko – 43. With these wins, the golf team has assured itself of at least a tie for the regular season PTC Championship! This is the 5th consecutive regular season championship for the golf team!!!
Looking for a diverse club? Come to a Project Unity meeting Tuesday, Sept. 15th starting promptly at 2:45 in room 121.