Please click the link for Advance World History Summer Reading. Have a great summer!
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
First Energy Contact Center Open House
Wednesday April 17th 3:30pm to 5:30pm
1910 W. Market St. Building 5
Akron OH 4413
RSVP to Janet Brode 330-436-4201 firstname.lastname@example.org
Choose Ohio First Scholarships are funded by the state, provide up to $7000 per year for students in select majors. For students in three select majors, namely: Biotechnology, Medical Technology, and Environmental Conservation Biology. However, there are several other COFS programs at Kent State University that you may be interested in. We are now recruiting students for our new incoming class of Fall of 2019. Here is a link to the scholarship page: https://www.kent.edu/chooseohio1st and my specific program is called Career Pathways in STEM-Life Sciences: Advancing the human condition with technology.
Hey Rough Riders and Parents,
Summer School provides opportunities for students to repeat or review unsatisfactory work. You will find a description of the 2019 Summer School Program. All courses require payment of a tuition fee, and all work satisfactorily completed and certified receives official school credit. Students from Kent and neighboring communities may register.
All in one link. See the summer camp opportunities previously posted individually. Have a great summer and check out these wonderful learning and exploring camps.
Are you considering a career in engineering?
Attend the University of Akron for an engaging one week residential summer camp for girls in grades 9-12. Learn more about engineering with hands on activities, tour local engineering firms and enjoy campus activities.
All students in AP courses should register for the tests by March 18th, 2019. Please turn your money into Mrs. Pifer in the main office. The checks can be made out to Roosevelt High School. Please stop in the counseling office with any questions you may have.
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio is looking for fun, energetic people 18 and older to join our summer camp team. Camp employees serve as a role model and have fun working with girls aged 5-17 for resident and day camps. Employees receive free room and board while camp is in session, and make lifelong friends with other camp staff, including international staff. No Girl Scout experience? No problem! We’ll provide all the training needed. Our summer Camp Employment and application can be found here.
Please fell free to contact Lisa Maida at 330-983-0398 or via email at email@example.com with any questions you may have.
Who should attend?
Students who excel at math and science but who may not have considered engineering as a career. Students who are considering engineering but who wish to learn more about engineering disciplines and career opportunities. Students who wish to interact with engineering faculty, professionals and students to learn more about studying engineering in college.