Wednesday, December 5, 2018
If you are not planning on returning to Roswell High School next semester due to moving or changing schools, please see Ms. Townsend in Student Services to get information on withdrawing.
Remember: Hour of Code is this Friday! Please remember to bring a fully charged phone or Surface, and a charger just in case. Whatever device you bring, make sure it can connect to the school WiFi. 10th and 11th graders please note that you will ONLY be able to use your phones tomorrow, as your activity will not work on a Surface tablet or a laptop. If you are a Computer Science student who is interested in facilitating the Hour of Code, please come to room G125 on December 4th or 5th for training. Training for 10th graders will occur during A and C lunch and during B and D lunch for 11th and 12th graders. Students who help facilitate will receive volunteer hours.
Hornets, get into the spirit and help the AVID 10 class collect toys, canned food, and clothes for North Fulton Community Charities. Donations will be collected in E 111 from Dec. 4 to Dec. 14. Help us give back to our community!
The Annual Fulton County Schools’ Technology Competition is looking for students who are creative, enthusiastic and inspired with TECHNOLOGY! This year’s Technology Competition will be Saturday, January 26 at Centennial High School.
Students must register only December 12, 13 or 14 which is next week, and includes Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. Students will have from December until Saturday, January 26 to work on their projects. The guidelines allow: 1 project per grade grouping per category and there are 15 categories. Please stop by the Media Tech Center and check with Ms. Swearingen for more information regarding the guidelines, rubrics and web site. Thanks so much!
You may have heard that a ‘Restart’ fixes a large number of Surface problems. This is true. This week it is extremely important for you to restart your Surface to ensure it installs pending Microsoft Windows updates which have been recently pushed out to your Surface. Some of these updates may partially install and wait for a full restart to complete. Using the Surface with partially installed windows updates can result in some random problems. Please ‘Restart’ you surface now to avoid these issues.Thank you!
Students please take this time now, to re-start your Surfaces tablets. Re-starting will help it to run better and ensures you get the latest fixes. If you Snooze, you loose! Remember, pushing the top button only puts your Surface to sleep. Be Smart – Restart! So come on, lets do it right now – Go to Start, Select the Power icon, and re-start! Your Surface is feeling better already!
Wouldn’t it be terrible to be stuck in the hospital over the holidays? All this week, The Roswell High School Key Club is collecting brand NEW toys, games, pajamas, and other items to donate to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We can make so many young people’s lives a little more cheery if we all pitch in a little! Please bring your donations to Mrs. Boyd’s room, F114 all this week. See flyers around school for ideas of what to donate.
Students, Do you want to earn extra money? Could you use an extra $100 to $200 per week? Please check out the job board on AA Hallway.
Join us for Language Fusion Club on Thursday December 6 after school in Room E127 to celebrate holiday traditions from around the world. Come and Celebrate the Sounds of Festive Seasons with the Band!! Join us on Thursday @ 7:00 P.M. in the auditorium! We’ll be showcasing some funky tunes and sweet beats with all 3 concert bands, the percussion ensemble and the jazz band!
The Roswell Orchestra is holding it’s annual Toys for Tots Drive. Please consider donating a new, unwrapped toy for a boy or girl. Donations can be dropped off in the orchestra room, A-104, be accepted through Friday, December 14th.
Attention Seniors – The pavilion will be closed for all lunches today.
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