Category Archives: Parent Resources

Senior Important news for graduation

Seniors and Parents/Guardians: 2nd semester will be filled with important news for seniors, including graduation information. Because of our hybrid model, we will be relying heavily on the class of 2021 Google Classroom. Please make sure your student has joined the Classroom and has “Notifications” turned ON.

In the next few weeks, your student should be scheduling a graduation meeting with Mrs. Skvarch. A link to set up the meeting is posted in the Google Classroom. This meeting is to make sure all graduation tasks are complete, such as credit checks and post-secondary plans.  Students can access Mrs. Skvarch’s calendar to schedule an appointment by clicking on the link below:

 

https://calendly.com/jskvarch/gradapp?month=2021-01

If you or your student have additional questions, please call or email Ms. Skvarch: jskvarch@kentschools.net (330-676-8720) or

Ms. Stuckey:dstuckey@kentschools.net.(330-676-8715)

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.  

College App and Bullying Prevention

College App information and bullying prevention!!

Our students are preparing to apply to their dream schools, but they have to do it in the middle of a pandemic. Talk about stress!

We want to help support them, so we’re including a special segment in our upcoming October Student Voices Webinar featuring Harvard sophomore and #ICANHELP Content Intern Jordan Sanchez.

Jordan is a rising star who is not only on top of her college game, but has a book deal, a successful YouTube channel on college life, and a TikTok following of 50K+ with whom she shares school and life advice.

During the webinar, she’ll give tips for what seniors should put on their applications, how underclassmen can prepare for college applications, and share advice on how educators can support their students with the application process.

Kim Karr
Co-founder, #ICANHELP

REGISTER FOR FREE

https://www.icanhelpdeletenegativity.org/curriculum-1/student-voices-webinar-be-a-friend-together-we-unite?utm_source=Master+List&utm_campaign=eb5e96a429-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_09_29_11_31&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_2c3858dc45-eb5e96a429-221684821&mc_cid=eb5e96a429&mc_eid=070c4140d2

Important FAFSA information

Kent State will be offering several virtual financial aid events that any student, or parent, can sign up for regardless of where they plan to attend. These events will be general information and will go over the FAFSA and types of financial aid, all of the information that we would provide in the individual financial aid high school night presentation. These events will be hosted by Kent State and we will manage all required technology.

The dates are below and the event registration information is available on the Virtual KSU page: https://www.kent.edu/admissions/undergraduate/virtual-ksu

Monday, October 5th              Time:  7-8:30 pm
Wednesday, October 14th   Time: 7-8:30 pm
Tuesday, November 10th      Time:  7-8:30 pm
Tuesday, December 1st          Time:  7-8:30 pm

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 

Freshmen Parent Orientiation Class of 2024

Welcome Class of 2024 to Theodore Roosevelt High School.  This is a special year in dealing with COVID 19, we still wanted to welcome you and give important  information we would have normally given  person.

Below are links to the slide presentation that you can click on link to take you other sites for more in depth information and easily print out for note taking.  Also,  there is a castify video from Ms. Slay, our 9th grade counselor and Mrs. Bush our 9th grade principal.  Lastly, our Branching Out newsletter from out Principal, Mr. Love.  Please look at the newsletter to see link for safety protocals, attendance policies, etc.

Again welcome to Roosevelt and please contact us with any questions you may have.

Slide presentation

Screencastify 

Branching out

May 1st E3 Signing Day for Seniors

The E3 Signing Day Committee would like to invite you to join us for the launch of the E3 Signing Day Virtual Celebration website!

We will launch the site tomorrow, May 1st, at 12:20 pm in honor of the Class of 2020!

Join us by going tohttps://www.kentschools.net/rhse3/ www.kentschools.net/rhse3 and viewing the celebration video and pics announcing students’ commitment to Employment, Enlistment and Enrollment!

In addition, THANK YOU to all who contributed pictures and video in support of this celebration!

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.