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    Roosevelt Daily Bulletin
    Posted on 04/20/2021
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    Return to in-person safety video: https://youtu.be/IwYCKz12A68


    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS:


    TESTING INFORMATION:

    • AP Exam dates have been posted; Exams will be given during Administration 3. For more details, please visit the College Board site.  
      • For online testing, the Department of Technology will prompt you to download the College Board testing app soon.
    • Due to health and public safety concerns, the administration of the March 2021 school day SAT has been cancelled. The plan is to provide the school day PSAT/SAT to eligible students in  fall 2021. Students are still able to register and take the PSAT and SAT but will need to register on their own through the College Board. This information will be posted on the Assessment Department’s external web page.
      • Additional SAT resources for students can be found here. Please share these resources with your students and families.
      • Additional SAT resources for educators can be found here.  

    ATHLETICS:

    • For the Season 2 sports schedule, please click here.
    • Make your ASB payment by clicking here. These payments are required for athletic participation.
    • Roosevelt athletic paperwork is now online. Please complete your packet via the link located on the Athletic page. For more information, please click here.
    •  Congratulations to our Golf Teams. The girls team won the Metro League Championship and the boys team finished 3rd!

    COUNSELING OFFICE:

    Seniors: The latest RHS Scholarship Bulletin is now posted on the RHS website. Be sure to check it out!

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

    UW Academy - Early Entrance Program at the UW: 

    • The UW Academy is an early admission opportunity at the University of Washington for current 10th grade students. Please note that the SAT or ACT are not required for admission.
    • Students who are interested can view a recorded information session by clicking here
    • Additional information can be gathered by contacting (206) 543-4160 or uwacad@uw.eduYou can also visit robinsoncenter.uw.edu.
    • Key Application Dates:
      • Oct. 1st - FAFSA & WASFA applications open
      • Jan. 15th - FAFSA & WASFA application priority deadline for UW
      • Mar. 8th - Deadline for UW Academy Applications

    Career and Scholarship Opportunities

    • 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
    • New scholarship opportunity for ANY senior at Roosevelt!
      The Golden Grads Merit Scholarship Committee has extended their Teddy Roosevelt essay contest to the entire Roosevelt graduating class of 2021. Write a brief essay about Teddy Roosevelt and you could walk away with a cash prize of $1000!
      Details are posted on your School Counseling Schoology page or you can email Ms. Richard for the instructions at clrichard@seattleschools.org.
      The deadline for the essays to be submitted is now April 9, 2021.

    In Person Opportunities:

    • University Food Bank (https://www.udistrictfoodbank.org/involved/). Ages 15-17 accompanied by a parent/guardian. MAGPAKPANTRY@UDISTRICTFOODBANK.ORGHannah (Volunteer Coordinator) 206-523-7060 ext. 706Description: Volunteers are helping to distribute food to customers 6 days a week. Volunteers assist with packing premade non-perishable boxes, shopping for customers, sorting donations, restocking shelves and helping maintain a clean and safe grocery store.
    • Magnuson Park Community Food Pantry (https://www.solid-ground.org/volunteer/magnuson-park-community-food-pantry-volunteer/). Ages 14 and older. Call at 206-694-6700. The food pantry is open every Wednesday from 11am-2pm, with volunteer shifts from 10am-1pm and 12-3pm (or volunteers can do both shifts). Both one-time and ongoing regular volunteer opportunities are available to individuals and groups. Description: Magnuson Park Community Food Pantry seeks volunteers to help provide food for Sand Point residents.
    • Girls on the Run Puget Sound teaches girl identifying youth in 3rd-8th grade how to be joyful, healthy, and confident while creatively integrating running and walking. We are looking for high school girls age 16 to 18 to apply for our Junior Coach program. Our program will provide leadership opportunities, instructional training, service hour credits, and a ton of fun! There are safe, in-person and 100% virtual coaching positions available. The direct application link is found here. Applications for Junior Coaches close on February 26th. If you have any questions about the program, please visit their website at http://www.girlsrun.org/coach.

    Virtual Opportunities:

    • Tutor Students Online: Schoolonwheels.org – For students ages 16-18. Learntobe.org – For students ages 12-15 (Parent/guardian must be present)
    • Teens Give (https://teensgive.org/virtual/): 16 and older; Under 16 with parental approval. Recurring (after-school programs) clubs for the list of requirements. Sign up to tutor one hour a week during the school year.
    • Be My Eyes (https://www.bemyeyes.com/): Ages 17 and older. Recurring (possibly changing the person you help). You will download an app and be paired up with a person when someone needs help. It could be that someone cannot read a label on something or they want to know what color something is. They will facetime you and you will hopefully be able to meet their needs.
    • Digital Volunteering at Smithsonian (Transcription Center)https://www.si.edu/volunteer/DigitalVolunteers. Ages 13 and older or have completed 8th grade. If you are under 16 you need a parent’s consent. Transcribe historic documents and collection records to facilitate research. Click below for instructions for how to transcribe the documents: https://transcription.si.edu/instructions  
    • Service Salute (https://www.servicesalutevolunteering.com/): Description: Write cards to essential workers. Every Saturday, you will receive an email listing the various locations you can choose from to send your cards. After you make you thank you cards you will carefully transcribe the corresponding address onto an envelope and mail it out. When you finish writing a card or have any questions email servicesalute@gmail.comAbout three cards per week would get you one service hour. No age requirements.
    • Mask-making for Solid Ground: Call at 206-694-6700 or 206-694-6804 if you have questions. Pick up supplies’ weekdays, 10am-2pm, at Solid Ground’s Wallingford offices at 1501 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103. Call 206.694.6700 when you arrive, and a staff member will meet you at the door.

    Additional Volunteering Links:


    COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER:

    Dream Project CCRA office hours update: 

    UW Dream Project CCRA Office hours have changed as follows:                                                      

    • Monday: 12 PM - 1:30 PM                                                                   
    • Tuesday: 12 PM -3:30 PM                                                                 
    • Wednesday: 12 PM - 1:30 PM                                                             
    • Thursday: 12 PM - 3:30 PM                                                              

    Zoom link: https://washington.zoom.us/s/94625094412


    School Nurse/Teen Health Center:

    • Just a reminder: The Teen Health Center is open and seeing students regardless of insurance status. Need a flu shot or other vaccine? Need a sports physical? Having trouble getting in to see your primary care provider? All registered students have access to this amazing resource. Please visit https://neighborcare.org/clinics/roosevelt-high-schoolfor additional information.  
    • If you haven’t already done so, please consider completing the RHS Neighborcare Health Center Registration. Neighborcare Health is open, and clinic staff are available by appointment for things like physicals, vaccines, mental health, and many other services for any SPS student. 
    • Packs for Teens is Back
      Need a little help with food or supplies?... Grab a Pack!
      Tuesdays and Fridays after school - 3:50-4:15 at Portable 4.
      Contact Ms. Bailey or Nurse Madie with any questions.