Category Archives: Class of 2020

FAFSA Open Workshops and Scheduled Consultations

Open FAFSA Workshops- Get help from KSU financial aid representatives. 

All FAFSA Workshops are available at no cost.

Dates: Monday 10-21-2019 and Monday 11-4-2019  

Time: from 5-7 pm 

Location: Theodore Roosevelt High School 

Scheduled 30 min FAFSA consultations 

Date: Tuesday 11- 26-19 

Time: 8 am to 3 pm

Location: Theodore Roosevelt High School 

Please Schedule a time with Mrs. Harris.  She can be reached at 330-676-8700.  

College Application Day

College Application Day

Date: Wednesday October 23, 2019

Location: Rooms 116 and 118

Time: From 1:40 to 3:00pm 

Cost:  This is available at no cost and the fee for KSU is waived for those who apply during this event.  

This event is for Seniors only and who would like help from counselors filling out college applications. 

College Financial Aid Information Night

On October 9th @ 7:00 pm , there will be a financial aid presentation at the high school for all parents.  The Counseling Office, along with a Financial Aid Representative from Kent State University, will present the latest information on scholarships, paying for college, changes to the FAFSA and financial aid.  This is a “must” for all parents whose children may be going on to higher education. All parents are welcome. 

Here is the link to the presentation:

College Aid Financial  ppt

Common App Workshop

There will be a Common App Workshop during early release on Wednesday September 25th 2019.  The location of the workshop is Mrs. Harr’s classroom Room 114.  Come directly after 10 period.  You will be able to get direction for start the college application process. 

Summer Reading

Summer Reading Titles

Dear Students and Parents:
What’s the last great book that you read? Isn’t it nice to be able to read at your leisure
over the summer months? To encourage reading and to prepare you for the coming school year,
the English department is continuing the summer reading program for all students registered for
advanced-level classes, grades 9-12, and some academies or specialized programs. Please read
through the following list to identify the requirements for each course. It is the responsibility of
each student to complete the reading by the start of the school year. Students may buy or borrow
the book(s); this is your choice. Please have the book with you when you come to school at the
beginning of the school year.
In addition to reading, it is expected that each student will ponder what he or she reads.
To this end, each student should either write notes in his or her own handwriting (in the form of a
dialectical journal or annotations) unless otherwise noted. Please see the attached instructions
and examples. Of course, students may go beyond these requirements in their note taking.
Students should bring their work with them to school on the first day of the school year, as their
independent reading will be assessed within the first days or week of the school year.
Assessments of required readings will be worth approximately 10% of the first nine-weeks grade
(except for AP, which will be more than 10%).
Finally, remember, you’re not limited to what you see here. Read beyond these lists!
Worlds of great ideas, interesting characters, and memorable turns of phrase await you.

Wishing you insightful and enjoyable reading,
The English Teachers at RHS