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    Posted on 03/11/2020
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    Roosevelt High School Daily Bulletin

    Wednesday, March 11th, 2020


    UPDATED TEST SCHEDULE - MARCH 11-14:

    • Wednesday, 3/11 @ 8:30 am: ELA & Math re-takes for 10th-12 Graders. 
    • Thursday, 3/12 @ 8:30 am: ELA & Math re-takes for 10th-12 Graders.
    • Friday, 3/13 @ 8:30 am: ELA & Math re-takes for 10th-12 Graders.

    *All test makeups will be held in the Library.*


    This past weekend we took nearly 70 students over to Bellevue for the State DECA competition, nearly double the number we had go last year. Of those students, we had five qualify for ICDC (International competition), along with four students who were already qualified from other projects! If you have any students who participated this weekend, please be sure to congratulate them for their hard work. If you see any of the below students, give them a round of applause for a top finish!

    • Emily Lanegraff/Lanah Nguyen - School Based Enterprise-Food
    • Sydney Baltuck/Vivian Pham - School Based Enterprise- Retail
    • Halle Sauer/ Addy Bullard - Marketing Management Team Decision Making (role play)
    • Maddie Ruhoy/Sammy Teal - Start Up Business Plan
    • Bergen Brown - Principles of Finance (role play)


    National safe place week is 3/15-3/21. Safe place is a program that connects runaway and homeless youth to services, either through family reunification or emergency shelter placement. If you are a youth in need of a safe place to stay, call the 24/7 hotline at 1-800-422-8336 or find a safe place site designated by the yellow diamond safe place logo.


    NOTICE FOR STUDENTS:

    1. All lost and found items will be donated Monday, March 16th at 7:00 AM. 
    2. If you have been to any marches or strikes thus year and have pictures you would like in the yearbook. Please send them to the yearbook Instagram (@rhsyearbook2020).


    PARENT INFORMATION:

    1. Please join the Special Education PTA for our next meeting on Tuesday, March 17 at 7:00 pm in the Roosevelt High School Library. Our special guests will be Michelle Bammert and Mike Bylsma from the Seattle Public School District. Michelle is a regional program specialist for SPED and Mike is a regional supervisor for special education.  Principal Rogers will also be joining us. Questions or comments? Please contact Kay Rawlings at rawsee1@gmail.com .
    2. 3/26 – Running Start Info Session @ 7:00 pm in the RHS LibraryThis information session is for parents and students who want more information about the Running Start program. A representative from the North Seattle Running Start Office will be there with some of our counselors.


    ATHLETICS:

    UNIFIED BASKETBALL:

    Congratulation’s to the Unified Basketball team on their first place finish at State!

    ATTENTION ALL SPRING SPORT ATHLETES: 

    You need to purchase your ASB card, pay all unpaid fines, complete your athletic paperwork and return it to the main office ASAP! This is to ensure that you are on the rosters, Monday, March 2nd. The main office has a 24-hour processing policy, so get you paperwork in early to ensure you are able to try out for spring sports!

    SOFTBALL:

    3/14 - Everett Jamboree, Game #1: 2:25 pm, Game #2: 3:15 pm @ Everett HS.

    TENNIS:

    3/18 - Varsity vs Seattle Prep, 4:00 pm @ Lower Woodland.

    3/18 - JV at Seattle Prep, 3:30 pm @ Montlake/Rodgers.

    TRACK:

    3/11 - Picture Day at 4:00 pm.

    3/26 - Meet w/ Rainier Beach & Seattle Prep, 2:45 pm @ SEAC.

    BOYS SOCCER:

    3/14 - Varsity, Roosevelt Jamboree, 11:00 am @ RHS Field.

    3/17 - JV at Seattle Prep, 4:00 pm @ Magnusen Park.

    BASEBALL:

    3/13 - Varsity vs. Wilson HS, 7:00 PM @ Lower Woodland Park.

    3/13 - JV at Wilson HS, 4:00 @ Wilson HS.

    3/14 - Varsity at Shorewood Jamboree, 10:00 AM @ Shorewood HS

    CHEER-LEADING:

    Optional clinics (They are $5 each):

    • 3/25 from 2:35-5:30 pm 
    • 3/20 from 3:50-6:00 pm

    Tryouts (Mandatory for all days-- $15 total per person):

    • 3/31 from 3:50-6:00 pm
    • 4/1 from 2:35-6:00 pm
    • 4/2 from 3:50-5:30 pm

    People can find more info and required paperwork on our website (https://rooseveltcheerleading.weebly.com/tryout-info.html).


    DRAMA AND MUSIC NEWS:

    JAZZ:

    3/21 – 5:00 pm, Big Band Gala at Brockey Center

    6/5 – 7:00 pm, Jazz Band Final Concert

    6/9 – 7:00 pm, Vocal Jazz Band Final Concert

    6/10 – 7:00 pm, Jazz Band's 2, 3 and 4 Final Concert

    CHOIR:

    4/1 – 7:00 pm, April Foolz Concert

    4/2 - EBMEA Choir Festival at Chief Sealth High School

    4/8 – 7:00 pm, Choir Booster Meeting

    5/13 – 7:00 pm, Choir Booster Meeting

    6/8 – 7:00 pm, POPS Concert

    6/17 - Choir Booster Meeting

    BAND:

    3/31 - 7:30 pm, Band Poster Meeting

    4/1 – 7:00 pm, April Foolz Concert

    DRAMA:

    4/30 - The Variety Show

    5/21-5/31 - High School Musical

    6/12 - Roughwriters

    6/15 - Senior Showcase


    COUNSELING OFFICE:

    Seniors: Be sure to check out the February Scholarship Bulletin on the Counseling web page.

    Underclassmen: Check out the Summer Opportunities Bulletin on the Counseling web page.

    Career and Scholarship Opportunities:

    1. Earn Community Service Hours in our own community by volunteering every Sunday from 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm, 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. Are you in? Sign up for the next serving date and be put on the mailing list: ravennapopupkitchen@gmail.com.
    2. Summer Opportunities for RHS students are posted on the website on the Counseling page. The opportunities are updated as they are received and range from local venues to national and international opportunities. The exciting news is that the Assistance League of Seattle is offering scholarships of up to $500 to middle and high school students currently enrolled in grades 6 – 11 for these summer enrichment programs. Their pot of scholarship money this year is $25,000. There is no income level requirement .Information about the scholarship , along with a downloadable application, can be found on their website at https://www.assistanceleague.org/seattle/enrichment-scholarship-application.
    3. It’s not too soon to volunteer for this year’s Vegfest. It will be held Friday, May 1st, through Sunday, May 3rd at the Seattle Center Exhibition Center. If you volunteer for 4 hours or more, you get a free Vegfest t-shirt, free admission to the event on Saturday or Sunday, and the satisfaction in helping people experience vegetarian food and learn about its benefits. To volunteer, just visit www.seattlevegfest.org/volunteer/ where you can learn all about the jobs and shifts available, find out answers to your questions, and complete our online application form. You don’t need to be a vegetarian to volunteer!

    COLLEGE VISITS:

    3/12 - Seattle Pacific University, 2:30 pm, Room 108

    3/16 - University of Montana, 10:50 am, Alumni Room

    *These visits are particularly appropriate for juniors and sophomores who are beginning to think about college and perhaps planning their summer campus visits.

    No appointment is necessary, but please be sure to sign the attendance sheet if you go so that you are excused from class..


    LUNCH MENU 3/9-3/13:

    Wednesday: Chicken Alfredo

    Thursday: Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice

    Friday: Paste w/ Meatballs & Marinara Sauce