Senior Slide Show pictures are in the process of being delivered. Please see Mrs. Puhalla or Miss Consilio with any questions.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACADEMY
June 13, 2010 through July 10, 2010
Kent State University
If you are interested in expanding your language study (Arabic, Chinese or Hindi) please read about the opportunity at KSU this coming summer, which is at no cost to students and their families.
Kent State University with the generous support of a federal government STARTALK grant announces the 2010 Regents STARTALK Foreign Language Academy. The 2010 Academy focuses on new learners of the critical languages of Arabic, Chinese, and Hindi. [Elementary Russian and Japanese will be offered this summer at Kent State as regular courses, not as part of the Academy.] The 2010 Academy builds on the foundation of the successful 2007, 2008 and 2009 Regents Foreign Language Academies at Kent State University. The 2010 Academy is entirely free for those accepted. Continue reading KSU FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACADEMY
Attention ALL Project Unity members- we will not have a meeting today, it has been postponed until Thursday. That’s Project Unity will be meeting on Thursday this week!
Attention Bowlers- just a reminder that the Bowling Awards Banquet is tonight at 6:00 in the cafeteria. See you there!
Attention students in OCAN/PCAN Program grades 9, 11 and 12. Our monthly meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 24th from 2:45 to 4:00 in the library.
All football players not involved in a spring sport should report to the weight room for testing on Wednesday and Thursday from 3-4:00.
The Kent Scholar Program has declared this week Principal-El Week! Join us today to become an influential piece of the RHS Family! Join us at the Principal EL week table during lunch today to write notes of appreciation to your teachers for their influence in your lives and be entered into a drawing to win lunch with Principal-El after his presentation on Friday, March 26th.
On behalf of Marissa and the Manocchio family, thank you to every one for their donations and generosity and for making the Laps for Leukemia fundraiser a huge success!
Attention all seniors- now is your last chance to make your mark on RHS. That’s right senior selection voting will take place during your lunch period today, 3/23 and tomorrow, 3/24. We will be voting on class song, motto, flower, and much more. Let your voice be heard and vote today!
Want to make a difference or need volunteer hours? POWERcorps’ Dance-A-Thon benefiting the Special Olympics of Portage County is being held April 17th from 9:00 a.m. –6:00 p.m. at Kent State University Rec Center. Come dance for an hour or for as long as you want! Please come to the Activities Office for more information.
Congratulations to the following DECA students who qualified for the International DECA competition in Louisville, Kentucky – Lori Ahart & Liz Thomas – 1st place in Entrepreneurship Written Event, MacKenzie Bennett – 1st place in Entrepreneurship Participating Event, Samantha Livengood – 3rd place in Public Relations Project. Also competing and winning awards were Arielle Danage & Leah Parasida – top 10 in Community Service Project, Jordyn Fortson & Jayme Neading – top 10 in Entrepreneurship Written Event, Nicole Crowell & Ralise Wright – top 10 in Entrepreneurship Promotion. This will be Roosevelt DECA’s 26th consecutive trip to Nationals!! Congratulations DECA!
Attention High School Homework Club mentors– the Stanton Middle School Homework Club will be cancelled for Thursday.
The Kent Scholar Program has declared the week of March 22nd Principal-El Week! Join us each day at lunch to become an influential piece of the RHS family! Stop by the Principal-El Lunch Table today and nominate a student who has been an inspiration to you and enter them into a drawing to win lunch with Principal-El after his presentation on Friday, March 26th.
We are proud o announce the 2010 Leadership Retreat Planning Committee: Logan Bialik, Aaron Burkey, Anna Hoffman, Tyler Jastromb, Mallory Kennedy, Michaela Kline, Curtis O’ Neal, Kayse Schmucher and Wesley Suplit. Congratulations to you and all 25 applicants who strive to make RHS a better place to be.