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    Roosevelt Daily Bulletin
    Posted on 09/05/2018
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    May 22nd, 2019

    Monday: Fiesta Rice & Bean Bowl
    Tuesday: Chicken Stir Fry over Brown Rice 
    Wednesday: Chicken Tenders with Fries
    Thursday: Beef Nachos

    Friday: TBA

    Congratulations to our Valedictorian and Salutatorians for the class of 2019! Thank you to all the students for the hard work, service, and achievement of excellence in so many facets of life. They are an inspiration to the entire RHS community.
    Valedictorian, Ido Avnon
    Salutatorians, Narmugia Arumugasamy, Megan Birmingham, Celine Chong, Sadie Favour, James Gale, Nathan Harmon, Alexis Kim, Charlotte Krystad, Manon Le Bourgeois, Leah Likin, Anika Meier, Liana Mintiero, Amy Ozinsky, Francesca Skene, Genevieve Symons, Clara Thielke, Charlotte Whorton

    Roosevelt High School Jazz Band wins prestigious Essentially Ellington competition!
    Started by Wynton Marsalis' at Lincoln Center in 1996 and opened to the West Coast in 1999, Essentially Ellington is the most prestigious competition in high school jazz. Fifteen bands compete each year, with Garfield High School and Snoqualmie's Mount Si High School joining Roosevelt from a field of 112 bands across the North America.

    Returning Football players your paperwork is due by MAY 24th. Please purchase your ASB Card and Football Fees on SchoolPay and turn in your completed football packet (include SchoolPay receipt) to the main office. Get on this ASAP and do not leave it to the last minute!
    Thank you, Coach Sherlock

    Congratulate Natalia Feu, winner of the Escribo en espanol 1st place in the category of high school poetry in the state of Washington for her poem titled Juego de Noche. This prize is presented by the embassy of Spain and it is the first time a student from Roosevelt has won.

    Seniors: The Roosevelt News has 2 requests, due by May 29th. Send us your name and post-graduation plans to This doesn't have to be college! Also, send wills to the This is a short message to underclassman (or a few) that will be printed in our Senior issue. Photos are optional.

    Play Piano! Looking to be a part of the Roosevelt music program? We need piano players in choir, orchestra and jazz. Please see Dr. Kent to find out how you can become involved!




    Yearbook sales have ended.

    If you want your yearbook on moving up day you need to pay your fines before school and after lunch. All fines/payments/returns must be cleared by Thursday, June 6th.


    Seniors! If you did not take the "Personal Fitness" Health Class,
    then you need to take the state assessment after school on Wednesday, May 22 in the GYM. This paper and pencil test is a state graduation requirement. It should take you no more than 20 minutes to complete. If for some reason you are unable to do this on May 22, please check in with Mrs. O'Connor in the Counseling Office for an alternative arrangement.

    The RHS Counseling Office invites parents and students to: College Planning Night!
    Tuesday, June 4th, 7-8pm in the RHS Theatre!
    Why Should I Attend College Planning Night?
    Get a general overview of the college application process
    Learn what you need to do to prepare as a student and family to successfully apply to and attend college
    Leave with resources and next steps!

    Camp Fire of Central Puget Sound is looking for volunteers for their Day Camp. Earn community service hours. Questions? Contact Kerrie S. at 206-826-8941 or Learn more and register at

    Looking for volunteer hours? Come volunteer at American Parkinson Disease Association's 2019 Northwest Optimism Walk on Sunday June 2! Volunteers are welcome anytime between 8am-2pm. You can come the entire time, or shorter shifts are available. If you're able to stay the entire time snacks and lunch will be provided. What should you wear? T-shirts will be provided to all volunteers. We are seeking help with set up/tear down, parking and facilitating activities including face painting, poster making, cheering on participants and passing out snacks and water. Please email/text/call Allison Paytosh (ASDA NW Campaign Manager) by Wednesday May 29th if you're interested in helping everyone who is impacted by Parkinson's disease live life to the fullest! Allison Paytosh:<> / M: 206-550-3607 (text) / T: 206-695-2905

    The 2019 UW Summer Youth Program is currently recruiting a volunteer to work with a special needs student enrolled in a 1-week STEM Camp scheduled Monday-Friday, July 22-26, from 9am-noon. We seek a volunteer who is mature, enthusiastic, energetic and self-directed. Come by the Counseling Office for an application if you are interested.

    If you are interested in becoming a professional pilot, air traffic controller, unmanned aerial systems specialist or airport or airline manager, you and your parent are invited to an Aeronautical Science Pathway (ASP) Info Night at the Museum of Flight on Thursday, May 30 from 6-7pm. Join them for a presentation and Q & A about how you can jumpstart your career in aviation. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by May 27th at

    Olallie Garden at Greenlake School is looking for volunteers for the summer to help with watering. They will be holding water training sessions. What is that? Time you can come learn about the garden and how and what to wear.
    Thursday, May 30 from 2:30-3:30pm
    Saturday, June 1 from 10-11am
    Thursday, June 6 from 2:30-3:30pm
    Saturday, June 8th from 11am-3pm
    Summer Water SignUp
    You can now sign up for watering through the summer here:
    1) Click this line to see their http//
    2) Review the options listed and choose the sport(s) you like.
    3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on

    You can earn service hours this summer at the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library. Students will create a spoken word video that focuses on the library's neighborhood from your perspective. Required meetings include: Orientation: July 19, 2:30-4:30pm, Workshops: 2:30-4 on July 24, 25 and 26, and Public Showing: July 26th 4:30-5:30pm. Make sure you can make the all the meetings, then go to or speak to a library staff person for information on how to apply. Questions? Email or call 206-684-7539.

    There's a Leadership Internship with Camp Invention July 8-12 (9am-3:30pm) at Hazel Wolf K-8 STEM School. Earn 40 volunteer hours and strengthen your college, scholarship or job applications. Mentor and inspire students to encourage their innovative potential. Gain valuable knowledge about intellectual property literacy. For more information, contact Kristen Cater at

    The Youth Tutoring Program of Catholic Community Services is looking for high school students to volunteer this summer to work with 3-4 students on a variety of literacy and math activities. On Thursdays, the group works on science-based activities. The summer program runs July 8th through August 15th, Monday through Thursday, during the daytime, afternoon, and early evening. The minimum commitment is 1.5 hours per week. There are six locations in the Seattle area, the closest to Roosevelt being at Jackson Park. For more information, contact Sandy Aslanian at or visit their website


    Seattle Parks and Recreation is looking for volunteers at the Rainier Community Center on Saturday, August 17 from 11am to 5pm (shifts are available between 8am and 7pm). Shifts  are either 2 or 4 hours. For more information, please contact them at
    or call 206-733-9703.



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    The University of Washington Botanic Gardens is looking for volunteer Junior Naturalists this summer.
    There is a minimum 2-week commitment to participate as a camp counselor. You will have the opportunity to lead games and activities with the guidance of the Summer Naturalist. Camps start on June 24 and run through August 30. Here's an opportunity to earn community service hours and receive a letter of recommendation upon request following a successful completion of the internship.
     To apply, go on-line with your parent/guardian at and download and complete their Junior Naturalist Application and Information Packet. Return it to Caitlin McHugh by email at or by mail at Cait McHugh 2300 Arboretum Drive, Seattle, WA  98112.


    The Green Lake Elementary School Garden organization
    is looking for help on June 8 from 11am-3pm. No experience is necessary, and tools are provided. Contact them at



    Summer Internships and other opportunities available now on the Roosevelt Website under Resources and Services Tab.  There are programs in many different fields and some are paid!  Don’t wait, apply now.  See Mr. Hartley in 141D if you have questions.


    Looking for Service Hours? Or maybe you still need to get those Career Connected Learning/OC Ed Credits? If you enjoy working with others and are looking for an engaging way to spend a period, being a peer tutor in the DISTINCT classroom may just be right for you. If you are interested talk to your counselor and to Ms. Ward in Room 209A about putting this into your schedule for next year!




    Roosevelt Athletic Department is looking for an experienced, professional and passionate new Head Baseball coach to help lead our program to the next level. If you are interested contact our Athletic Director, Ryan Sherlock at 206-252-4911 or

    Roosevelt High School is looking for a Head Coach for our competitive dance team. Rosevelt's dance team is a top quality program that consistently earns high honors in their competitive dance competitions. The head coach must be an individual that has an extensive background in dance and choreography. The head coach must plan and be present for practices 2-3 times a week along with all performances and competitions. If you are interested please contact Kate Plesha our Activities Coordinator at Roosevelt.


    Boys Soccer 1st Team: Rowan Calvert, Alexi Perez-Mihailov, Vinny Duyungan, Sander Fogarty, Greg Brighton
    Boys Soccer Honorable Mention: Ryan Davies, Khalil Haberman, Dino Varlamos, Hugo Varlamos

    Camille Duckett, Long Jump Metro Camp, 18-02-50
    Hailey Green, High Jump Metro Camp, 5-02.00
    Peter Marsh, Metro Champ in the High Jump 6-00.0
    Roosevelt Girls 7th in Metro and Boys 9th in Metro

    RHS Girls Varsity Ultimate Frisbee Team is ranked #1 in the US. They are undefeated in regular season play and have won both the Spring Reign tournament in April and the Seattle Invite tournament in May, which featured teams from BC, Oregon and Utah. They head to the National Championship in Chicago in June.

    RHS Boys Lacrosse are the Metro Public All Conference Winners
    Roosevelt Boys that won all conference at their positions:
    Balloch Schnieder, Attack
    Oskar Kruse, Close Defense
    Braden Tarrago, Close Defense
    Luke Ross, Defensive Middle

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