The PSAT test date is October 14th at 7:30 am right here in the Roosevelt Auditorium. To register Pay Mrs. D’Sidocky $17. You can find her in the main office. There are a limited number of fee waivers for those who qualify. Please see your school counselor ASAP to inquire. Your registration is secured by payment. There are a limited number of spots. You can register until October 9th.
Hey Seniors and Juniors, remember there are virtual college visits happening. You can find the information you need to log in to visit through Naviance, directly linked on our website or outside the counseling office. Please stop to see Mrs. Jay D’Aurelio if you have any questions. Some upcoming visits are Ohio University, Wheeling Jesuit and Bowling Green just to name a few.
Would you be interested in having some thought-provoking and fun debates with other students? Or maybe you would prefer to share your quick wit with an extemporaneous speech? This year’s speech and debate club will be meeting remotely on every other Thursdays at 3:30 starting October 1st. If you would like to join please fill out the Google Form below by September 25th. A Speech and Debate Google Classroom with the Google Meet link will be utilized throughout the school year for our remote site. If you have any questions you can email Mr. Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Google Form: https://forms.gle/GrMMzEMVi6atkKcFA
Last night our Field Hockey team had an amazing win against Orange High School with a score of 5-0. 3 goals scored by Tala Ghumwari, 1 goal scored by Abbie Carpenter, and 1 goal by Amanda Adams. The field hockey team continues their season with a game today at Walsh and their senior night against Hawken on Monday. Good luck ladies!
The Cross Country team traveled to Tallmadge last evening to take on the Blue Devils. Top performers included: Hannah Robinson, Jack Heineking, Nina Loofboro, Jack Starzyk, Claire Laux, and Duncan Bryk. Great Job Runners!
Congratulations to all of the Cross Country runners Saturday as most of the team posted Personal Best performances.
Standouts for the Ladies were: Vivian Blatnik, Claire Laux, and Stephanie Good. Standouts for the Men were: Gideon Kaine, Victor Schall, and Jake Soyars. Great meet on Saturday!
Let’s kickoff football season by wearing your favorite NFL or NCAA football jersey! Wear your jersey Wednesday, Sept. 16 or Thursday, Sept. 17 to show support. If you are spotted wearing football jerseys you could be featured on Student Council’s social media.
TRHS Student Council invites YOU to join them TODAY during your lunch period-4th, 6th or 8th in room 172. We are excited to see you!
We are Riders, number one! Let’s kick off our fall sports season by showing your Rider Pride. Wear your Rider gear Friday to support our teams. If you are spotted wearing Rider Gear you could be featured on Student Council’s social media.
TRHS Student Council invites YOU to come to our meetings during your lunch period-4th, 6th or 8th every Tuesday or Wednesday starting next week. We would love to hear your ideas!
The Rider Cross Country team traveled to Medina Highland on Saturday to take on the toughest course in the league. Top three finishers for the Ladies were: Marissa Koach, Emma Arthur, and Stephanie Good. Top three finishers for the Men were: Ezra Tuner, Jack Heineking, and Jack Staryzk. Congratulations Runners!
Birdie Bags are here! Stop down in room 184 to get one.
Completed applications for a TRHS parking pass may be turned in during your lunch period Tuesday, Sept. 8 and Wednesday, Sept. 9. The parking permit fee for first semester has been waived, but you do need to have a parking pass displayed in your vehicle while parking on school property during school hours. Blank applications can be picked up outside the athletics or main office or click on the link below.