Category Archives: Class of 2021

Counselor Connection

Hello Roosevelt students and families! 

The Roosevelt Counseling Department wanted to send this email to all of you regarding best ways to communicate with us these next couple weeks.  Below is every counselor listed as well as our information. Please don’t hesitate to use any of these means of communication to reach us. We miss all of you so much and hope everyone is staying healthy! 🙂 

 

Mr. Carlton (9th grade):

email: acarlton@kentschools.net

Phone: 330 676-8726

GoogleClassroom:  https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/NDA5Mzk0NTMyNTBa

Class code: af2o6bo

 

Ms. Evanson (10th grade): 

Google Classroom code – axnabd6

Remind – Send a text to 81010 and text this message @kent2022

Email Jevanson@kentschools.net

Phone – 330-676-8725

Google Chat: Jevanson

Google Meet – https://meet.google.com/xdk-ajzi-anb  Everyday from 12-1pm 

 

 Mrs. Skvarch (11th grade):

 Remind App—Send a text to 81010 and text this message @mrsskva

             Google Classroom—code is d5se6ng

              Email—jskvarch@kentschools.net

               Phone—330-676-8724

 

Mr. Kline (12th grade):

 Google Meet  time every Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10-11am (These will start Wednesday  April 8th–you can use this same link everyday-

Meeting ID:

meet.google.com/ism-didb-cer

Phone Numbers

(‪US‬)‪+1 929-299-3192‬

   rkline@kentschools.net

             330-676-8727

 

Mrs. D’Aurelio: (if you have any testing questions)

 jdaurelio@kentschools.net

330-676-8728

 

Mrs. Fisher: (any scholarship questions)

 pfisher@kentschools.net

            330-676-8721

 

Mrs. Weiss: (any Progress Book questions)

sweiss@kentschools.net

330-676-8729

 

**Please use these resources to reach out to your respective counselor if you need one of us.  If you do not hear from your teachers, it is your responsibility to reach out to them! Please check your school email daily as well as any Remind or Google classrooms you are involved in, these will be main ways of communication while we are on break! 

 

 Here is a link to all of your teachers information (remind, google, websites, phone numbers) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VyuTCgON_6qO6vSy58qsJdlVCiowLrVX5mfE9bSEqPA/edit#gid=683074403 

 

Sincerely,

 

Mr. Carlton, Ms. Evanson, Mrs. Skvarch, & Mr. Kline 

ACT for all 11th Graders

Mandatory ACT test for 11th graders

State law requires districts and community schools to administer the state-funded ACT or SAT to all grade 11 students in the spring of the school year. Each year, districts and schools will select the test to administer to their juniors.

As part of their state testing programs, ACT has provided the test dates for the 2020 administration of the state-funded tests.  Our test date is: 

SPRING 2020 ACT TEST DATES*

Paper Testing
Feb. 25, 2020

Click on this link for more information and practice tests

Information for Examinees

In the mail you have received information on your students testing site.  Information and a detailed list of sites is also posted outside the counseling department.   Please contact  Jay D’Aurelio  with any questions you may have at 330-676-8728.

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

College Credit Plus

This Wednesday evening, January 23, at 7:00 pm, there will be a mandatory meeting for all students who are considering College Credit Plus (CCP) educational options for the upcoming school year.  Any student who may be interested in attending Kent State, University of Akron or other college/university during their high school years, must attend this mandatory meeting. Parents of the interested students must also attend. For more information: 

CCP  presentation handout

https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp/students-families

Intent form

Interested in attending college during your high school years with College Credit Plus?

This Wednesday evening, January 23, at 7:00 pm, there will be a mandatory meeting for all students who are considering College Credit Plus (CCP) educational options for the upcoming school year.  Any student who may be interested in attending Kent State, University of Akron or other college/university during their high school years, must attend this mandatory meeting. Parents of the interested students must also attend. For more information: 

https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp/students-families

Intent form