Bonjour Roosevelt students! French Club will meet this Wednesday right after school in room 227. Come join French tradition and enjoy delicious crepes! Bring a friend too!
Congratulations to girl’s Tennis Team for placing 1st in the PTC tournament this Saturday with 1st place finishes by Andrea Krebs, Rachel Gardner, Mahala Spalsbury and Immy Underwood. With this win, the girls won the overall PTC Championship! Great job girls!
Attention all girls interested in softball: There will be an open gym held on the field every Wednesday from 5-6:30, weather permitting until further notice. All girls not in a fall sport are welcome to attend!
Attention All Boys Soccer players- there will be an important meeting in room 138 right after school today, Monday, 9/27. That’s Boy’s Soccer Team meeting TODAY right after school in room 138!
The Freshman Elections process is already underway. Please review the Freshman Elections Timeline & Policies 2010 for detailed information on the upcoming Class Officer and Student Council Representative elections.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Elected officers and representatives will only hold their positions for the 2010-11 school year. There will be another election in the Spring for the following school year. The officers elected in the Spring sometimes change or stay the same, depending on the candidates.
Attention Rough Riders: Are you interested in joining a new student group here at Roosevelt? SAVE is looking for new members. The SAVE group is Students Against Violence Everywhere. We meet monthly during lunch and plan ways to help our school and community promote healthy relationships. We are having an all day training next Friday, October 1st. If you think you are interested in this group or are a current SAVE member, stop by Mrs. McKown’s office located in the main office for more details.
Girl’s Tennis won their match against Norton yesterday 5-0. Come support our girls tomorrow, Saturday, September 25th as we compete for the PTC Championship here at the Roosevelt Tennis Courts! Go Riders!
Congratulations to both JV and Varsity Volleyball for beating Ravenna last night. Varsity, there will be NO practice today and the bus will leave at 7:30 a.m. for Firestone tomorrow!
Congratulations to the Freshman Football team who were down by 10 points in the 4th quarter last night but came back to win 36-30 over Coventry! Way to go Riders!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GOLF TEAM WHO WON THEIR 5th STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE YESTERDAY BY WINNING THE PTC GOLF TOURNAMENT! JAMES STRANGE WAS THE TOURNAMENT MEDALIST WITH A SCORE OF 75! OTHER SCORES WERE: JOHN SOPKO-78, MARK PARSONS-80, KEGAN WISE-88, TYLER JASTROMB-90 AND MEGHAN FINLEY-93. CONGRATULATIONS GOLF TEAM!
Buy your pre-sale football tickets for this Friday’s Homecoming game against Coventry at Roosevelt. Student tickets are $4.00 and adult are $6.00. All tickets will be $6.00 at the game. Pre-sale tickets will be available on Friday during lunch and right after school only.
Want to design the last t-shirt for Senior year? A t-shirt design contest will be held from Sept. 24 to October 4th for SENIORS ONLY! Bring your ideas and your imagination to paper and turn it in to the box in the Activities Office. Forms are available in the Activities Office and on the senior bulletin board.
Congratulations to the students who were nominated for the 2010 Homecoming Court.
The Freshman Attendants are: Kardell Jackson & Hannah Tarver
The Sophomore Attendants are: Lake Thomas & Andrea Krebs
The Junior Attendants are: Bruce Thomas & Courtney Greer
The Senior Court Members are:
For the boys are: Aaron Burkey, Tyler Jastromb, Kyle Kline, Curtis O’Neal, & Wesley Suplit
For the girls are: Emily Carver, Leah Giles, Tanjenae Harris,Mallory Kennedy, & Mahala Spalsbury
Voting for King and Queen will be Wednesday, Sept. 22 and Thursday, Sept. 23 during the lunch periods. All students are invited to vote for the King and Queen. The court will be presented during halftime at Friday’s Homecoming Football Game vs. Coventry. To conclude the presentation, the 2010 Homecoming King and Queen will be announced.
Vote! Vote! Vote! Today, 9/22 and tomorrow , 9/23 for Homecoming King and Queen during your lunch period!
Today is Mid-Autumn Festival also called Mid-Autumn Day. It falls on the 15th day of the 8thlunar calendar. It always falls in September or October. To the Chinese, this festival is similar to the American Thanksgiving celebrating a bountiful harvest. Mid-Autumn Day is just like the spring festival, it’s a family reunion banquet where family members meet for dinner and eat moon cakes, Chinese traditional dishes and fruits. Happy Mid-Autumn Day!