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    Roosevelt Weekly Bulletin
    Posted on 01/17/2020
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    Monday: NO SCHOOL
    Tuesday: Chicken Nugget w/WW Roll
    Wednesday: Pasta w/Meatballs & Marinara Sauce
    Thursday: French Toast
    Friday: Corn Dog


    If you have ordered an ORCA Card in the last several months please stop by the main office to pick it up. 



    Message from the Library... As we near the end of Fall semester, please remember to return or renew your library books. Thank you!



    Roosevelt! We want your jeans! Green Team will collect your old and damaged jeans to be recycled by Madewell. Bins are by the student store. This drive will end January 24th. Thank you!



    Hey Roosevelt! Are you in the National Honors Society? Do you need service hours? Key Club offers new opportunities and events EVERY week with things such as volunteering at marathon course water stations to planting trees along the Burke Gilman Trail. We would love to establish more of a club presence and know our help is needed especially for soon to be graduating seniors with NO SERVICE HOURS and those wanting to qualify for certain college requirements. Please join us EVERY WEDNESDAY LUNCH in Room 107 (next to the counselor's office) for a quick 5 minute meeting and snacks. We need new members and anyone willing to volunteer with us, so please come. See you there! 



    Please join the Special Education PTA for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 21 from 7:00-8:30pm in the Roosevelt School Library. The guest speaker will be Cassie Martin who will speak on person centered planning. Questions or comments? Please contact Kay Rawlings






    All boys interested in Soccer for SPRING of 2020, there are CAPTAIN PRACTICES every Tuesday at 4pm on the field. See you there!


    If you are planning on participating in track this spring 2020, now is the time to start working on getting in shape. Head Coach Collier and Coach Kenny are in the weight room from 3:45-4:45pm every Tuesdays and Thursdays until the official track season starts.  


    Roosevelt's First-Ever "CHAMPS NIGHT", January 24th, honoring members of the 2004 Girls State Champions basketball team also featured in the movie "The Heart of the Game." A full evening of basketball, a Center Court Ceremony, Shooting Contests, Taco Bar and Raffle Basket. Don't miss any of these events for you to join in and celebrate Rider Pride!



    Monday 1/20
    Boys C-Team Basketball vs. Ballard at Roosevelt High School

    Girls JV Basketball vs. Holy Names Academy at Roosevelt High School, 1:30pm


    TUESDAY 1/21
    Boys Basketball vs. Cleveland at Roosevelt High School, JV 5:45pm and Varsity 7:30pm


    WEDNESDAY 1/22
    Boys Wrestling vs. Nathan Hale at Nathan Hale High School, 6:30pm

    Girls Basketball vs. Cleveland at Roosevelt High School, JV 5:45pm and Varsity 7:30pm


    THURSDAY 1/23
    Boys Wrestling vs. Bainbridge  (6:30pm) and Lincoln/Seattle (7:30pm) at Bainbridge High School

    Boys C-Team Basketball vs. West Seattle at Roosevelt High School, 7:30pm

    FRIDAY 1/24
    Boys Swim & Dive vs. Lakeside at Helene Madison Pool, 4pm

    Basketball Quad vs. West Seattle at Roosevelt High School, Girls JV 4pm, Boys JV 5:30pm, Girls Varsity 7pm and Boys Varsity 8:30pm 

    Gymnastics Meet at Bainbridge High School, 7pm


    SATURDAY 1/25
    Boys Swim at Bainbridge Aquatic Center, 8am

    Boys C-Team Basketball vs. Franklin at Roosevelt High School, 2pm


    For Winter schedules, check out



    3/21, 5pm, Big Band Gala at Brockey Center
    6/5, 7pm, Jazz Band Final Concert
    6/9, 7pm, Vocal Jazz Band Final Concert
    6/10, 7pm, Jazz Band's 2, 3 and 4 Final Concert



    1/22, 7pm, Choir Pathways Concert
    2/12, 7pm, Choir Booster Meeting
    3/4-6, Portland Oregon Tour
    4/1, 7pm, April Foolz Concert 
    4/2, EBMEA Choir Festival at Chief Sealth High School
    4/8, 7pm, Choir Booster Meeting
    5/13, 7pm, Choir Booster Meeting
    6/8, 7pm, POPS Concert
    6/17, Choir Booster Meeting



    1/21, 7:30pm, Band Booster Meeting
    2/25, 7:30pm, Band Booster Meeting
    3/31, 7:30pm, Band Poster Meeting
    4/1, 7pm, April Foolz Concert



    Puffs: January 15-18 and 23
    The Trumpet of the Swan: March 5-7pm
    The Variety Show: April 30
    High School Musical: May 21-31
    Roughwriters: June 12
    Senior Showcase: June 15

    Do you love stories about a certain boy wizard at a certain school of magic? Then come see Puffs opening next Wednesday-Saturday which follows the less famous but no less important Hufflepuff house through their 7 years of school! Performances are in the blackbox theater - space is limited so secure your tickets now at

    Do you need an LA Options class? Sign up for the new Theatre Literature class 3rd period to read, discuss and perform scenes from contemporary and famous plays! Make an appt. with your counselor now for 2nd semester!





    Northgate Elementary School is looking for high school volunteers on Thursday, January 23rd to assist with their Math Night. They would like to help with set up (5pm), event assistance (6-7pm), and clean up (7pm). If you would like to volunteer, please contact Guillermo Carvajal at



    Hello RHS, are you looking for Jobs, Internships, or Community Service hours for graduation requirement? If so, please attend our Annual Career Fair on February 5th from 6:00-8:00pm in the Commons. Meet 20+ agencies all around the Seattle region. Find your Career interest, training courses, and service hours. Parents/Families and friends are welcome to attend! See you there!



    The Seattle Aquarium is hosting their annual Ocean Career Day on Saturday, January 25 from 9am to 2pm. Students, parents, and educators are invited to visit and learn more about career, volunteer, and educational opportunities available in the field of marine science. A discounted admission rate of $5 is available to students and teachers who pre-register online.



    The University of Washington is sponsoring a day of inspiration and empowerment, Young, Gifted, & Black (YGB) on Saturday, February 1, 8am-5pm. Through workshops and mentoring, UW faculty and staff work to connect students and provide them with the resources they need to pursue the goal of higher education. The event is free. If you have questions, contact Kenneth Burns II (KaeBee) at Applications are available online.



    Earn Community Service Hours in our own community by volunteering every Sunday from 2:30pm to 4pm, NE 65th Street under the I-5 bridge. Volunteers serve home cooked meals. Service includes setting-up/taking down tables and chairs, serving food, separating trash/recycle or handing out toiletries. Questions? TEXT Susan at 206-321-9574.



    The WomenFLY Conference is the Museum of Flight's annual event for middle and high school girls interested in space, flight, and engineering pathways. Students are invited to participate in a day of motivational and career-oriented activities that allows them to meet and learn from professional women working in a variety of aviation careers. Please save the date, March 20th, registration is limited. Transportation assistance will be provided to those who apply. Go to to apply. High



    Roosevelt will once again be hosting the USA GAP YEAR FAIR. Come learn about gap years and meet up to forty vendors. The event is scheduled for Thursday, February 13 from 6-8:30pm (speaker 6-6:45pm in the library; vendor displays 6:45-8:30pm in the Commons). The event is free, but you are asked to pre-register at We need one student volunteers to assist with on-site registration. Please speak with Mrs. O'Connor in the counseling office if you are interested. Community Service hours will be given for volunteers.



    Paid Summer Internship with Teens in Public Service. Fill out an application and learn more at Your application and two letters of recommendation are due February 28, 2020. If you have any questions, please email them at


    The Bank of America Charitable Foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting applications for the 2020 Student Leaders. The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders. Student Leaders will participate in a summer eight-week paid internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. In addition, Student Leaders will learn valuable civic, social and business leadership skills. Each Student Leader will attend the Student the Student Leader Summit held in Washington, D.C. from July 13-17, 2020, where they will explore how government, business and nonprofit sector work to address critical community needs. Students can apply for the program by going to The deadline for the Student Leader Application is January 31st, 2020. 


    The Counseling Office has gone digital. Going forward, appointments should be made on-line. We hope this will be more convenient for students. The link is here on the homepage of the Counseling Office section of the RHS website. Appointments may be made from computers, smart phones, and (soon to come) laptop stations in the Counseling Office.