Category Archives: Guidance News

PROGRESS BOOK AND REPORT CARDS

Progressbook and Report Cards  
 
Since this is the first time that report cards are being reported on Progress Book, there will be questions about having an account.  Help may be needed.  The following link is set up for parents to get help.
This link puts all the help requests in one place which Mrs. Weiss our information specialist will check it daily.
If you need more information or have questions about anything. Your students counselor can be reached at their emails or call 330-676-8720 for the Counseling Office.  Have a nice summer and stay safe!


 

Google Classroom & Remind codes for Parents & Students

Here is a link to a spreadsheet containing Google Classroom & Remind codes for teachers using those platforms.

Keep in mind this is a live document.  Be sure to check back periodically if you do not see your teacher’s codes.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VyuTCgON_6qO6vSy58qsJdlVCiowLrVX5mfE9bSEqPA/edit?usp=sharing

Please contact your teacher directly via their school email account if you have additional questions/concerns.

More Local Scholarship Applications Available

Hey Seniors,   If you haven’t started working on your local scholarship applications, just a reminder that the application deadline for many of them is next Friday, March 15th.  Even though there is no school Friday, the office will be open to accept the applications until 3:00 pm.  Recently added scholarships include the Rough Rider All Sport Boosters Scholarship, Robert Fankhauser Memorial Scholarship, Fergason Family STEM Scholarship and the University Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship.  Don’t pass up this opportunity to earn money for college.

Mandatory ACT for Juniors Feb. 20

Well Juniors, tomorrow is the day.  Yes that is right. ACT is Tomorrow February 20th.  Please find your location and room assignments on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. D’Aurelio’s  office, right across from counseling.  Please stop by and see her with any questions you may have.  Please come to school tomorrow well rested and nourished.  Bring #2 pencils and your calculators so you are prepared.

2019 Local Scholarships

Hey Seniors…Looking for some money for college? Check out the counseling web page for the 2019 local scholarships. At this time, our generous donors have committed to over $23,000 of scholarships for the Class of 2019. It’s a great opportunity to possibly earn from $500 to $3,000 to fill out some forms and write an essay. Stop in the counseling office if you have any questions.

2019 Local Scholarships

Hey Seniors…Looking for some money for college? Check out the counseling web page for the 2019 local scholarships. At this time, our generous donors have committed to over $23,000 of scholarships for the Class of 2019. It’s a great opportunity to possibly earn from $500 to $3,000 to fill out some forms and write an essay. Stop in the counseling office if you have any questions.

Mental Health Awareness Panel

On November 2, 2017 Theodore Roosevelt High School will be holding a mental health awareness panel. Members of the panel including: Coleman, Children’s Advantage and Townhall II. Topics discussed will include: depression, anxiety, stress and self-harm as well as information about the services offered at each organization. This a great opportunity to learn more about mental wellness and how to help your loved ones. The panel will begin at 7pm in the Richard Roberts Auditorium. This event is open to all community members.

 

College Visits Starting Sept. 5

Are you beginning to look at colleges? You are able to begin you search right here. College reps will be coming to TRHS beginning Sept. 5th. This is a good way to get a one on one conversation with an admissions rep, a snap shot of the college and your questions answered. You can find a list of upcoming college visits on Naviance and there is a list right outside the counseling office. Please take full advantage of this opportunity speaking with colleges you are interested in.