Birdie Bags are in! Come to Mr. Dunlap’s room 184 to get one.
Did you know that 1 in 7 children in the U. S. experienced child abuse or neglect before their 18th birthday? Visit DoSomething.org to learn ways to help. The Interact Club wants to thank everyone who wore blue on Wednesday, April 14th for child abuse awareness month!
Hey Seniors, did you ever work at Safety School? Kent Junior Mothers is extending the application deadline for their scholarship until Friday April 23. You must have worked at Safety School to apply for this scholarship, please stop by the Guidance office for an application or check it out in your google scholarship classroom today!
Dr. Mitch Lambert taught Chemistry at Theodore Roosevelt High School for 27 years and was deeply loved by his students and colleagues for his sense of humor, his passion for learning, and his expertise in all most everything. He was particularly dedicated to helping students who sought his advice. Dr. Lambert was a major reason that Roosevelt is such a high quality school. A $2000.00 memorial scholarship will be awarded to two high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in science and have demonstrated a strong desire to learn and continue their education with the goal of earning a college degree. See your guidance counselor immediately for details and the application form.
Attention Seniors!!! The deadline is approaching! FILL OUT YOUR INFORMATION for the senior issue of The Colonel. This form contains superlative voting and other information needed by THURSDAY, APRIL 15. The form is posted on your Senior Google Classroom!!
Hey National Honor Society members! Remember our campus clean-up event on Friday. Bring a pair of gloves and meet in the Band Room right after school.
The Class of 2021 will be hosting the Amazing Race Field Day Event on Monday, May 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Food will be provided. So SENIORS!!!! Be sure to REGISTER for the Amazing Race HERE BY MONDAY, APRIL 19, to confirm your participation. Seniors, bring your Rider Pride to one last event!
AUCTION INFORMATION: Celebrate Earth Day by attending the Junior Class Silent Auction on April 22-23-24-25, 2021. If you’re interested in participating in the bidding, click on the link for Surplus Auctions for Kent City Schools during one of the auction days to place your bids. The class has collected many great items from those who have donated. Some of the items include:
- Maley’s Chocolates Basket
- Brimfield Bread Co. Basket
- Spa Basket with Massage Basket
- Teeth Whitening Basket from Martin Dental Basket
- Italian & Mexican Basket
- Lots of baskets with themes and gift cards from around town
- 2 Arhaus Chairs ($1,200.00 value)
- Hermes Scarf ($325.00)
- Farmers Market coupon
- Rubber Ducks Tickets
- Golf Outings
- AND MORE!!
WINNING BIDS & PAYMENTS: If you’re interested in participating in the bidding, click on the link for Surplus Auctions for Kent City Schools during one of the auction days to place your bids. Once bidding closes, those with winning bids will receive a confirmation email for the item. Winners can then pay for their item online (at the auction site) using a credit card.
NOTE: Public Processing, LLC handles all payments for Kent City Schools. Acceptable forms of payment are: Wire Transfer or Credit Card. NO CASH, CHECKS, OR MONEY ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED! Payment for an awarded item must be received within five (5) business days after notice of award. A Buyers Premium of 10.5% may be added to the final sale price with a $1 minimum charge per auction for payment collections. All sales are final. Public Processing will notify buyer of receipt of payment via email. The successful bidder will be responsible for pick-up of item(s) from the agency’s premises. Pick-up must occur within ten (10) business days after notification of award. The notice of award, payment receipt, and personal identification must be presented at time of pick-up, or the item will not be released.
Akron Children’s Hospital will be offering COVID-19 vaccine to students 16 and older at Theodore Roosevelt High School. At this time, only students ages 16 and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer two-dose vaccine. The first vaccination clinic for students of Kent City Schools will begin on Friday, April 16, 2021. For important details, including the document you need to turn in by Wednesday, April 14, please visit KCSD Vaccine link.
Thinking about your future and the legacy you want to leave at Roosevelt? Apply to become a Freshman Connections Mentor, so you can teach the incoming freshmen all about high school life and the Roosevelt Way. You can make a difference. Applications are uploaded in your Google Classroom.
The following link provides a description of the 2021 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.
LOCATION: STANTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
~ On June 1st students will meet in the Stanton Middle School Media Center at 8:00 am
PURPOSE: One of the purposes of Summer School is to provide an opportunity for students to repeat or review a subject in which their achievement has been unsatisfactory. Summer School also provides an opportunity for students to do advanced work.
GRADE LEVELS: Nine through twelve.
You may register online. Registration begins on April 6th and ends on May 26th.
If you have a Kent City Schools MyPaymentsPlus account go to www.mypaymentsplus.com to register online. Financial aid is available for those who qualify through Portage County Job and Family Service.
Those that do not have a Kent City Schools MyPaymentsPlus account, must first register as a guest using this link: MyPaymentsPlus Guest Registration – Summer School
Please contact Shannon Zavracky, Summer School Coordinator, at (330)515-1735, for additional information.
As you may know, state law requires districts and community schools to administer the End of Course tests to students in the spring of this school year. TRHS will conduct testing from April 6th through April 30th.
Students and parents have received an email with their testing schedule. Students will also need to bring their charged chromebook for testing. Once testing is complete, students will be returning to class
Please be sure that your student is well rested and nourished on the morning of the test.
During this trying time with COVID 19, we have taken extra precautions to distance, sanitize and keep the cohorts together wherever possible.
If you have any questions please call your students school counselor at 330-676-8720
On Thursday and Friday this week, the Phys Ed Department invites you to take a survey regarding your interest in different courses. Everyone who submits a survey has a chance to win one of several Chipotle gift cards. You can find the survey in the concession stand area.
Attention Juniors and Seniors- We need your help for Prom Works. We will be working Tuesday thru Thursday 6-9:00 p.m. in room 133 starting April 7.