To all of our RHS students – Have a safe, healthy and happy summer! See you in August!
We’ve added two new scholarships! Also, the deadline has been extended to Monday, March 7 to submit your applications.
For a showcase on STEM opportunities at Youngstown State University, visit their open house on Saturday, April 23 from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm in Moser Hall. For more information and RSVP: http://stemshowcase.ysustem.com/
The 19th annual Edward Powers Women in STEM Career Workshop will be held at Youngstown State University on Saturday, March 5. For young women in grades 6 – 12, it will address questions students and allow them to meet women working in science, math, engineering or health related professions.
There will also be a lecture by Dr. Rachel Abrahams, Air Force Research Laboratory on Friday March 4, at 4:30 pm.
This is FREE for young women. Register at: www.ysu.edu/WIS
The College Credit Plus Program allows Ohio students to earn college credit and/or high school graduation credit through the successful completion of college courses. The CCP Program is open to 7th through 12th grade students enrolled in public schools.
To participate in this program, you must attend this informational meeting at 7:00 pm on February 17 in the Roosevelt auditorium. Parents and students will receive information and an Intent to Participate form at that time.
Aurora High School is offering a presentation on College Planning and Transition for Students with Disabilities on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in their auditorium. You can see the flyer here: Feb 11 2016 Aurora HS Presentation
For reminders and news from the Roosevelt Guidance Office, follow us on Twitter – @RRiderGuidance. If you would like to receive text messages, rather than joining Twitter, please follow these instructions: Text 40404; Type in the message: Follow @RRiderGuidance; Click SEND. (Be sure to put a space between Follow and @)
If you haven’t had a chance – check out this site: Cappex.com is a college search engine that assists you with the college search and posts scholarships from various schools. Check it out at www.cappex.com It includes college profiles with price estimators and student reviews, a comparison chart for students and schools and an organizer for college information and messages. Try this one out!
Please consider donating your used SAT/ACT prep books and materials to the Guidance Office. We would like to expand our library of prep materials that students can check out and browse through as needed. Let’s recycle and help others!
Registration with selective service applies to virtually all men living in the United States, including immigrants, no matter their status. Registration is quick, easy, and it’s the law. Info can be found at: www.sss.gov or any post office.