Reminder: the next session of Driver Education will begin on Tuesday, December 1st. You must be 15 years, 5 months old to take the class. Forms are available in the Career Ed and Activities Office.
All NHS inductees and current members! On Tuesday, December 1st right after school, is the MANDATORY rehearsal for the NHS induction ceremony. The rehearsal will be from 2:45 to 3:15 in the auditorium. Your attendance is important to creating a successful induction ceremony program. See you there, promptly at 2:45!! Any questions see Mrs. Bugosh in room 210 or Ms. Marchmon-Boykin in room 504.
SAVE THE TABLES!!! This is just a reminder that everyone is asked to use the cafeteria tables for eating, studying, etc., rather than for benches. Having people sit on the tables can easily cause the tables to break or not fold up correctly. The tables are expensive to replace so we ask your help in monitoring this whenever you’re in the cafeteria for student center, a class, an activity meeting or event, a banquet, lunch, or otherwise.
Have you always wondered why we seem to fall in love with the people who just aren’t right for us? Come find out as the Drama Guild explores the science of love in the fall play, A Most Curious Phenomenon. The curtain opens at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, November 20 and 21. Tickets are $6 for students and $7 for adults. You can buy them for a dollar less Wed. through Friday during lunches. Are you busy on Friday and Saturday? Then come to the show on Thursday, November 19 at 6:00 p.m. for our full-length preview show. Tickets are only $3! That’s right! You can see the same play for 3 dollars less! Support the Drama Guild and have a few laughs!
The Drama Guild needs organized, responsible stage managers for the winter musical, Into the Woods. Applications are on the bookshelf in the Scene Shop. They are due to Mrs. Kaplan by Monday, November 30.
93 Cents for Flight 93 is working with KSU to support the building and maintenance of the Flight 93 memorial in Shanksville, PA. Join us on November 22nd at the KSU basketball game as we remember the brave men and women of Flight 93 with students from Chardon Middle School, Lakeview Middle School, Boy Scouts and Veterans. Tickets are $10 — $5 of the price benefits the Flight 93 memorial and the other $5 pays for your ticket to the game. Tickets must be purchased through 93 Cents for Flight 93. There will also be a raffle with prizes including a Wii, KSU gear, food coupons, and so much more. Raffle tickets are 25 cents per ticket or 5 tickets for $1.
Attention Project Unity members– there will be no step practice today. All members need to make sure their rides are at the school to pick them up after the meeting at 4:00. That’s no step practice today, you need to be picked up at Roosevelt at 4:00.
Students trying out for the musical “Into the Woods” can get help learning the songs by going to the choir room at the beginning of your lunch period Tuesday 11/17, Wednesday 11/18 and Thursday11/19 of this week.
Attention Juniors- order your Class of 2011 t-shirts and sweat pants this week in the concession stand during lunch. See Kevin Heller, Jocelyn Schmidt, Mallory Kennedy or Kitty Kristinsdottir if you have nay questions.
Do you want to see the fall play for FREE this weekend? Then sign up to usher on the inside of the Scene Shop door! All you have to do is take tickets and hand out programs before the show, and you get a free ticket!
Attention Anime Club! There will be NO meeting today. The next meeting will be Monday, November 23rd.
What kind of cheese is it? Not you’re cheese! Spanish club will have its Nacho Cheese sale Tuesday 11/17 after school in the concession stand. The cost is $1.00!
This week is the canned food drive, so bring in items and bring your first period class to victory. Do your part to help the Kent Community.
Sophomores! Please come help your class by volunteering for concessions duty during the 2009-2010 boys and girls basketball season. Sign ups are on the 2012 bulletin board in the cafeteria. See Rachel Roche and Morgan Wallace for details.
The RHS Annual Canned Food Drive will take place November 16th-21st. This year, Student Council and the Leadership Retreat Planning Committee are working closely to continue our tradition of collecting as many canned goods as possible. Our goal this year is to exceed 16,000 cans in hopes to make a difference in as many lives as we can this holiday season. We invite the community and students to participate in this event.
The class competition will take place during first period classes Monday, Nov. 16 – Friday, Nov. 20. The first period class that brings in the most items by the end of the week will be provided a breakfast compliments of Student Council, in addition to all the glory that comes with being the winner! For your convenience, we have attached a Canned Food Conversion Chart so that students may be aware of the point system.
The Community Day will be Saturday, November 21, 2009. On this day, Roosevelt students will be going to Kent neighborhoods from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm to collect any donations that are left on the front doorstep. Families are asked to have items out by 8:00 am. NOTE: If no one comes to pick up your donations, please drop them off between 8:00 am – 12:00 pm in the Theodore Roosevelt High School Cafeteria.
Remember, this event is something that unites not only Roosevelt, but our community as well. We are counting on the Kent and Roosevelt communities to help us reach our goal and pull off a successful Canned Food Drive!
Thank you for all your support,
Student Council Executive Board