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College Credit Plus Meeting 2021

Students who are considering College Credit Plus options for the 2021-22 school year should plan on attending a College Credit Plus  VIRTUAL MEETING beginning at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 27, 2021.  Any students interested in attending any college or university next year MUST ATTEND with parents/guardians.  Please click on CCP Meeting to join the zoom CCP meeting.




Hello, Rough Riders!

We are contacting you from the Theodore Roosevelt HS Rough Rider Yearbook.  We know that this school year will look very different, and events, sports and activities may not occur or will be abbreviated.  We understand that your sport/club/activities are still important to our school.  We want to tell that story and how Covid-19 affected your participation.  Our goal is to make the yearbook student-centric this year and tell as many stories as possible.  In order to do so, the yearbook staff needs your pictures.

  • TO SUBMIT PHOTOS (including Senior Photos):  Use the link (if prompted for a user ID it is the number at the end of the link) to submit your photos.
          • This includes BABY PICTURES (send ONE by November 20), ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE SCHOOL, and HIGH SCHOOL PICTURES.
  • TO ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK (by April 15, 2021):  Use the link to order your copy of the 2020-21 yearbook.
  • SENIOR CONGRATS MESSAGES (send by April 15, 2021):  Please send in your message to  See the attached flier for specific details.

Thank you in advance for your help!
Mrs. Janelle Cuva, TRHS Yearbook Advisor

Important Senior Information

Seniors Listen up for very important information! Second semester will be filled with important news for you, including graduation information. Because of our hybrid model, we will be relying heavily on the Class of 2021 Google Classroom. Please make sure you have joined the Classroom with “Notifications” turned ON. In the next few weeks, you should be scheduling a graduation meeting with Mrs. Skvarch. A link to set up the meeting is posted in the Google Classroom. This meeting is to make sure all graduation tasks are complete, such as credit checks and post-secondary plans.  Please call or email Ms. Skvarch: (330-676-8720)  or with any questions you may have.

Youth-led Program Welcome Google Meeting Jan. 25

Do you want to be part of a positive change in Kent? You, our Youth are leading the way to positive community change and Youth-led programs are making it possible. Youth-led programs encourage young people to actively look at their surroundings, gather information, and then address community topics that are relevant to their lives. Margaret J. Wheatley once said, “”There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.” Express what YOU care about and let your voice be heard by joining our Youth-led prevention program.   We will have a Welcome meeting via Google meets on Monday, January 25th at 11 AM with Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist, Tiffany Rittenour from Townhall ll for those interested in joining. Please contact Tiffany Rittenour, Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist at Townhall ll by email: with any questions regarding the Youth-Led Prevention program.

Riders for Social Justice – BLM Shirts

BLM Shirt Design 2021

This February, Riders for Social Justice would like to celebrate Black History Month by creating Black Lives Matter t-shirts for our students and staff to wear.  If you are interested in getting one, please CLICK HERE or scan the QR code on the fliers posted in the hallways to complete your form.  Cost will be $10 per shirt; The money will be collected when you pick your shirts up in the cafeteria in a few weeks.


ACT Workshop

Hey Rough Riders, Are you taking the ACT this year? Did you know that all Juniors in the state of Ohio are state required to take the test at no cost?   Well if you are a Junior or if you are planning on taking the ACT, there is a prep course.  It could be right for you.  It is easy to attend.  It is located right here in the Roosevelt Auditorium. You can register online and choose a time that is convenient for you.   It is  socially distant and COVID precautions way.  If you are interested in higher your score on the test and think the course may help, please stop by the counseling office for more information.

Post-Election Support Website — REPOST

The information below is a reposting of information (originally from November 2) regarding recent elections.

You may view Post-Election Support Website for more information and resources.


Theodore Roosevelt High School has been in existence for nearly 100 years. Over the years, Roosevelt students have witnessed many presidential elections. This presidential election has caused quite a division throughout our country. People have intense feelings about the election and those who support the losing candidate may be disappointed.

Regardless of who is elected president, it is important for all of us to remember, we are all responsible for creating the best possible learning environment for all of our students. To that end, we will continue to promote the following expectations after the election:

  • We will continue to respect each other in a kind peaceful manner.
  • We will continue to act with integrity and always do what is right.
  • We will continue to be dedicated to making Roosevelt a place where everyone feels safe.
  • We will continue to strive for excellence. We will be better today than we were yesterday.
  • We will continue to be responsible for our actions and be accountable for our mistakes.
  • We will continue to be of service to each other in our times of need.

The people who comprise our learning community are strong and resilient. We have confidence that when we work together, we have the ability to be good. When we love each other, we can be great! In the words of famed historian and author, John Meacham, “In our finest hours . . . the soul of our country manifests itself in an inclination to open our arms rather than to clench our fists; to look out rather than to turn inward; to accept rather than to reject.”

We will have special election counseling services available this week and in the following weeks to any of our students who require it. There are also resources available to the community. Those resources are posted on the Post-Election Support website.

Dennis Love, Principal

Mandatory Student Parking Permits

If you are driving a vehicle to school, you need to have a parking permit in order to avoid being ticketed.  The parking permit application fee is WAIVED for this year.  Parking permit applications may be found outside the athletic office or can be printed off on the TRHS website under the student tab, and should be returned to Mrs. D’Sidocky when completed.


Happy New Year, Seniors!
This is YOUR year — the Class of 2021.

You’re finally a senior — but the year is turning out to be much different than any of us expected. Living in this time of a pandemic, our senior experience has completely shifted. So more than ever, WE WANT TO KNOW WHICH EVENTS are important to you.

Please COMPLETE THE SENIOR EVENTS SURVEY by 3:00 pm Sunday, January 10, keeping in mind that any school event will have to go through an approval process to ensure student safety during the pandemic.

We encourage you to get involved, even now! Seek out your Class Advisors (Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Watt), your Class Officers (Brandon Harvey, Patrick Gallagher, Claire Laux, Emma Meyer), Class Counselor (Mrs. Skvarch), or TRHS Student Activities Coordinator (Mrs. Jurging) for important senior class information or with any questions or thoughts about the remainder of the year!

Finish strong, Class of 2021!
Sincerely,  Your Class Advisors, Class Officers, Counseling Office, & Student Activities Office