3/12/21 Pep Assembly — Lottery Sign-Up

HEY RIDERS!! We are excited to have our first pep assembly for the 2020-21 school year. It will be the culminating event for the Winter Rumble Class Competition. Because of COVID guidelines, we can only have so many people attend. Each class will have a limited number of seats. To give all students the opportunity to participate, Student Council will be holding a lottery style selection.

If you are interested in attending the pep assembly, please complete the Winter Rumble Pep Assembly form NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 2021. Your name will then be put in a lottery for your class. Names of those selected to attend will be posted on the Student Activities window the week of March 8. All other students can attend the pep assembly virtually (link to be announced at a later time).

You and one TRHS friend may fill out ONE FORM to be part of the selection of students in the pep assembly. Both of you must be in the SAME GRADE.

Congratulations Podcast Winners

The 11th and 12th grade English Department teachers would like to recognize the “Create Your Own Podcast” winners: In 1st place, Yousef Samkari for his podcast called “The Music Talk: The Importance of Music in our Everyday Lives.” In 2nd place, Katelyn Moiso for her podcast called “The Stress of Inheriting Illness.” In 3rd place, Laramie Elrod and Riley Orr for their podcast called “Happy Headspace.” Stop by the library after 3rd period to pick up your prize! Great work everyone!!

Sign up for Powderpuff!

Hey ladies!  Powderpuff is March 10th at 5:00 p.m.  Grab your friends, pick up a sign-up sheet outside the Activities Office, and sign up now!  Turn in t-shirt money and waivers to Mrs. Larkin’s room 172 or her mailbox.  Bring your calss together to help your class win our first Roosevelt Winter Rumble!


March 1, 2021

Dear Students, Parents, and Friends of Theodore Roosevelt High School,

It is hard to believe that it has been a year since the pandemic affected the TRHS school community.   Fortunately, the  number of people who are vaccinated is increasing and infections are declining daily. We are hopeful that in these last few months we will all be able to close the school year on a positive note.  

Our graduation committee has been working on graduation plans for the Class of 2021, which is currently scheduled for Saturday, May 22, 2021.  Please click on the graduation link for more information.  

Prom, scheduled for Saturday, May 1, 2021, is another important event that we  have been working on.  The Junior Class Prom Committee, led by Advisor Christina Dreher-Rodeseheim with help from class advisors, Kelly Foreman and Tanya Titus, is working on three potential prom ideas while also waiting for specific guidelines from the local health department.  The Prom Committee invites both junior and senior students to get involved in the planning process.  Students wanting to help plan should join the Prom Google classroom where information on meetings and plans will be posted.  The Prom class code is:  4bhzc5s.  Currently, they are meeting on Tuesdays/Wednesdays at 2:45 p.m.  Remote students can join the Google meet (link in the classroom) at that time.

We sincerely thank our athletic department and all of our students, parents/guardians and coaches for putting together a winter sports season.  We know how frustrating it was at times, but everyone’s perseverance made for a successful winter sports season. Congratulations to junior Anya Ferner, who qualified for states in the diving competition and senior Chris LeSueur and junior Matt Richards, who both qualified for states in bowling.  We also congratulate the girls bowling team who had an impressive 11- 0 season and finished as Suburban League Champions.    

Chromebooks will be collected at the end of the year.  Please be certain to maintain your chrome book in good condition. If you are having an issue with your chromebook make sure you contact the chromebook line


Dennis Love

WINTER RUMBLE Class Competition – March 1-12, 2021

The Roosevelt Winter Rumble Class Competition will be a 2 week challenge, March 1-12, 2021, where graduating classes are able to compete against one another. There will be multiple opportunities throughout the two weeks for classes to participate, including a decorating contest, games, service projects, spirit weeks, and pep rally. For each competition, the classes will get ranked 1st-4th; and based on what place they come in determines the number of points they will gain. The goal of this challenge is to encourage school spirit and class connection as well as help those in need throughout this hard time. 


    • Blood Drive: March 1, 2021  
    • Change Drive: March 1-12, 2021 (class competition: each class will have a bucket and money will be donated to local charity)

MURAL DECORATING CONTEST:  March 1-4, 2021 (decoration competition; showcased in the cafeteria atrium)


    • Powder PuffMarch 10, 2021, at 5:00 pm (location TBD)
    • DodgeballMarch 10, 2021, at 7:00 pm @ Stanton gym (or once Powder Puff ends);  Finals at Pep Rally

SPIRIT WEEKS:  March 2-12, 2021 (Competition; refer to the Winter Rumble Spirit Weeks 2021 FLIER for detailed dates/themes)

PEP RALLY:  Friday, March 12, 2021 (after school)  

    • Games: (Class Competitions) 
    • Students who are interested in attending will have to submit their names and attendees will be drawn in a lottery system so we can abide by the COVID guidelines for indoor facilities.  More information will be coming on this from Student Council.

Juniors! Apply for Leadership Retreat Planning Committee

Hey Juniors!!  Are you ready to continue making change?  Apply for the 2021 Leadership Retreat Planning Committee TODAY!  Application information is in the Activities Office and should be picked up ASAP if you’re interested.  All applicants should plan to attend the VIRTUAL Applicant Training Seminar on Saturday, March 6, from 10-11:30 a.m.  Any questions?  See Mrs. Jurging.

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