This is a wonderful opportunity for students interested in being veterinarians. Vet for a Day participants join veterinary students at The Ohio State university College of Veterinary medicine to experience the busy life of a veterinarian, participate in hands on activities and tour the Veterinary Medical Center.
Vet for a Day
- Sunday October 1st or Staurday, November 18th.
- The event is held on Ohio State’s Columbus campus and cost $45, which includes lunch.
- Students can learn more and register at: http://vet.osu.edu./vfadreg
On Saturday , October 21, 2017 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm spark your creative side by taking part in this event for girls. The program is designed to teach girls about the impact of innovations of women and inspire them to become inventors, too! Interactive and innovative workshops will showcase women inventors and involve the girls in projects that relate to occupations in science technology engineering and math (STEM). Registration is limited and often closes prior to the registration deadline of October 1st, 2017.
What to expect:
- Check in begins at 8:00 am and the program runs from8:30 until 2 pm.
- All participants will receive a bag and a fun patch.
- A light breakfast and lunch is included.
- A campus map and information on free parking will be sent to you when we receive your registration
- Photo releases for each registered participant will be emailed prior to the event and must be returned on the day of the event.
- Space is limited. Registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Cost is $20 per student participating. $9 per adult attending.
- Girls from 6-10th grades would most benefit from this experience.
For more information: https://www.uakron.edu/engineering/beyond-the-classroom/women-in-engineering/outreach-camps.dot
Follow the Schedule Night
On August 23rd at 7:00 pm, parents have an opportunity to follow their students schedule, meet teachers, counselors and staff. You will also be able to receive spring testing results. Looking forward to seeing you!
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 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
Congratulations to the March Students of the Month! Brendan Casey 12th Grade, Arien Grant 11th (not pictured), Shandra Villarreal 10th Grade (not pictured), Andrew Martin 9th Grade.
Thanks for expressing your Roosevelt Way!
Explore engineering through hands -on activities, use your creativity to solve real-world problems and gain insights into the field by meeting faculty and engineering student. Open to students entering 10th -12th grade in fall 2017 who have a minimum GPA of 3.5.
- July 16-21, 2017
- Rolling admission; first round of acceptances out in March
- Program cots: $700; covers instruction, materials, housing, meals, and activities.
Learn more at:https://www.udayton.edu/engineering/k-12-programs/summer_honors_engineering_camp/index.php
*Need based aid is available for all camps; learn more online for each camp.
This is Teen Volunteer Program (LEAD) focused on providing skills development, leadership opportunities, and positive service experience. It is a valuable opportunity for students looking to:
- Fulfill a service hour requirement
- Experience leadership opportunities
- Acquire volunteer experience
- Gain and understanding of healthcare
- Learn about various healthcare careers
Addition benefits of the LEAD include:
- Providing service to the community
- Exposure to healthcare careers
- Skills for college application
- Professional portfolio for college and/or job interviews
For applications please visit:
click on the link to the left for “Teen Volunteer Program”. Please return completed applications to our office by Friday, May 19, 2017. For questions: 330-375-7595
Excited to offer 2 NYC Fashion Summer Camps for high school students in 2017. They are designed for teens entering 9th through 12th grades. Each week-long session will teach the students the fundamentals of the fashion industry by providing an insider’s perspective. The students will stay at the LIM College Residence Hall on the Upper Eastside. Each morning the group will be picked up at the dorm by a Banson NYC representative. From there we will depart for our visits, seminars and activities of the day. Each evening will have group activities planned. Enrollment is limited to 20 campers per session. We accept applications on a first come, first served basis
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