Category Archives: Class of 2022

What is the ACT should I take it?

What is the ACT? Do I need to take it? Do you have questions on how to register? Is it the right time to take the test? When and where is it offered?

During lunches on 10/28 & 10/29 counselors will be available to answer all of your ACT questions. Counselors will be set up in the concession stand to answer questions, help register, they will have fee waivers (for those who qualify) and practice test books.

The next test is 12/12/2020 and the registration deadline is 11/6/2020.

If you are in cohort C there will be a google meet available. Use this link during your lunchtime.

Viewing Report Cards

With the socially distant and more paperless forms of communication the world is moving towards, there is  a new way for you to view  report cards.  You can find instructions on how to use Progress book to view reports cards.  If you have questions on accessing your progress book account please fill out the accessing your account assistance form.  We appreciate your willingness to go paperless and virtual during these times.  

Planning Ahead for Sophomores and Juniors Parent information

Hello Students and Parents of the Class of 2022 and 2023

We know that this year will look quite different to what you were expecting.  However, we are committed to processing as much information as possible virtually.  Below is a link from our Sophomore and Junior Counselors Mr. Carlton and Mrs. Evanson.  This presentation has information on what to expect for the middle years of high school and planning ahead.  Please contact your counselor with any questions you may have.

Sophomore and Juniors Planning Ahead presentation

Learning About Business LAB Camp June 13-18, 2021

Sophomores and Juniors-                                                                                   Learning About Business  (LAB) is an award-winning, total immersion interactive business camp for high schoolers.  This camp is held on the campus of Lake Erie college in Painesville, Ohio.  Participants in LAB Week  2021  are also eligible to earn three college credits and earn the Ohio Means Jobs Readiness seal. 

Instructors are area professions and business leaders- guiding the students through six days of teamwork, self-discovery, communication, competition, gamesmanship and entrepreneurial creativity.  LAB Week offers participants a week away from home with other high school students on a college campus- a change to make life long friends and to have a better understanding of business, both corporate and entrepreneurial.

LAB is looking for future leaders: young men and women who seek unique challenges and experiences, young men and women who want to expand their academic skills to a world view.

LAB Week provides an opportunity to explore the basics of running a business and make executive level decisions in a computer simulation environment where teams of students form and run a virtual drone manufacturing company.

PSAT Oct 14th 7:30am at Theodore Roosevelt High School Auditorium

Registration: September 14-October 9, 2020

Pay Mrs. D’Sidocky, Bookkeeper, $17. Cash or Check. Checks are payable to Theodore Roosevelt High School. There will be NO REFUND OR LATER TESTING FOR THOSE WHO ARE ABSENT. There are a limited number of fee waivers for those who qualify. Please see your school counselor ASAP to inquire. When you register with Mrs. D’Sidocky you will receive the PSAT/NMSQY Student Bulletin, a guide, and practice for the test.

Registration is secured by payment. We have a limited number of spots.

Slides presentation: What is the PSAT 

Report Cards and Progressbook Information

Since this is the first time that report cards are being reported on ProgressBook, there will be questions about having an account.  Help may be needed.  The following link is set up for parents to get help.
This link puts all the help requests in one place which Mrs. Weiss our information specialist will check it daily.
If you need more information or have questions about anything.  Your students counselor can be reached at their emails or call 330-676-8720 for the Counseling Office.  Have a nice summer and stay safe!


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):


Phone: 330 676-8726


Class code: af2o6bo


Ms. Evanson (10th grade): 

Google Classroom code – axnabd6

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


Phone – 330-676-8725

Google Chat: Jevanson

Google Meet –  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




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:

Phone Numbers

(‪US‬)‪+1 929-299-3192‬



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



Mrs. Fisher: (any scholarship questions)



Mrs. Weiss: (any Progress Book questions)



**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) 




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