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    SchoolPay accounts for athletics (buying ASB card, ASB/Yearbook Combo, and athletic fees) will be shut down from June 22 until Mid-August for the summer. You may pay for your ASB Card in late August or on Rider Day.


    Have you graduated or left a Seattle public school more than 2 years ago, and need transcripts, diplomas, and other school records sent to you or to other places like colleges and employers?
    If so, follow the links below:

    For academic records:
    https://seattleschoolswa.scriborder.com/

    For Special Ed records (IEP/504):
    Phone: 206-252-0892
    Fax: 206-252-0895
    E-mail: spedrecords@seattleschools.org

    For Health records:
    Phone: 206-252-0763 / 206-252-0750
    E-mail: HealthServices@seattleschools.org

     


     

    *****FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE*****


    One World Now! Summer Language and Leadership Camp
    offers students a 3-week program in beginning Modern Standard Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, or Korean, and the opportunity to earn up to 0.5 World Language credits. Int eh afternoons, students will participate in cultural activities and leadership workshops. There is a registration fee of $25, but all other costs (supplies, snacks, lunch, field trips) are covered by OneWorld Now! thanks to a grant from STARTALK.

    The OneWorld Now! Summer Language & Leadership Camp will take place from July 9th to the 27th, 9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday, at Franklin High School in Seattle, WA. We will accept applications through June 15th. All students (rising 9th graders through graduating 12th graders) interested in learning these languages are encouraged to apply for the program. Students can find more information and apply at oneworldnow.org/programs/summer-language-camp/. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Minji at minju@oneworldnow.org or (206) 223-7703.


    Interested in Photo Journalism?
    The Northeast branch of the Seattle Public Library is offering an opportunity for students to connect with their community through photo journalism. You will learn the fundamentals of photography, including camera shooting, composition, and hot to manipulate photos using Adobe LightRoom. At the end of the program, you will share your art and experiences with the community at the gallery show. Cameras will be provided during the program. The schedule is below (all are mandatory):
    July 26, 1-3pm Orientation
    July 30-August 3, 1-4pm Youth in Focus Training
    August 8, 5:30-7:30pm Community Presentation and Gallery Event
    20 service learning hours available. Applications are due by July 13th. E-mail Jessica.Lucas@spl.org or call 206-684-7537.


    The UW College of Environment is sponsoring a Future Student Visit Day
    for high school juniors and seniors to meet faculty, hear from current students and learn more about the program. The event is scheduled for Friday, August 17, at the UW Campus. The event is free, but you must pre-register at environment.uw.edu/visit-day. If you have questions, call 206-543-3141.

    The Women's Center at UW is offering the following SAT Prep classes this summer.
    Price is $150. Sign up at http://depts.washington.edu/womenctr/lifelonglearning/.
    Option 1: June 7, 14, 21 from 5:50pm-8:30pm
    Option 2: August 7, 8, 9 from 12:30pm-4:30pm
    Option 3: September 13, 20, 27 from 5:30pm-8:30pm


    Do you like to help people? Do you like working with children? Do you like to organize things and take the lead? Have you thought about becoming a teacher? Explore the possibilities by enrolling in the Teaching Academy: Careers in Education at the Seattle Skills Center. The school-year program starts in September. Apply online at http://skillscenter.seattleschools.org or talk to your counselor.


    *****SCHOLARSHIP BULLETIN*****

     The Last Scholarship Bulletin for the school year is now available on the Roosevelt HS Website > Resources and Services > Counseling > Scholarship Info.
     

    *****SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES*****

    Spring and Summer service learning hours and paid internships are available through
    Ravenna Eckstein Community Center. Have fun while getting your hours done! Contact Alexis Govan for more info via e-mail alexis.govan@seattle.gov or phone 206-684-7534.

    Solid Ground
    is looking for student volunteers any day of the week to help establish some Pea Patches (turning the soil, planting plants, etc) at 6850 62nd Ave NE. If you are interested, please contact Sherry Danza at sherry@solid-ground.org.
     

     

    **********ATHLETIC EVENTS**********


    Girls Basketball Camp:
    www.rooseveltgirlsbasketball.com

    Roosevelt HS Youth Football Camp: July 17-20, 2018.
    The registration for the camp is available on http://roughridersfb.org/camp. If you have any questions, feel free to contact ridersfb@gmail.com. This camp is donation-based, and suggested donation is $125.

    Is your basketball player ready to develop his game?
    Does he want to play at the middle-school or high-school level? Would he like to have fun this summer with cool coaches, counselors and other local players? Does he just LOVE the game?
    Have him join the Roughrider Basketball Team and the RHS Coaching Staff for four fast-paced days of instruction, competition and camaraderie at the 2018 Roosevelt High School Basketball Camp July 16th through 19th!

    Register Now!
    http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ef9b685xd78ff040&llr=96sfvkmab



    CHEER TRYOUT INFO
    (dates, contract, etc.):
    https://rooseveltcheerleading.weebly.com/tryout-info.html



    *****PARKING LOT ANNOUNCEMENT*****

    The parking lot is not open to students until after school Monday-Friday. It is designated to staff only as designated by the lot signage. Continued violators will be ticketed once, and then towed.