Announcements 01/31/19

Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, the School Governance Council has approved the adoption of the Universal Fitness Waiver. One of the
biggest changes is that students must successfully complete 2 seasons of a GHSA sanctioned sport or marching band to waive Personal Fitness.
The new waiver guidelines will not allow students to use prior years activities to meet the requirement. Students eligible for a personal fitness waiver
under the current waiver guidelines are strongly encouraged to submit their Personal Fitness Waiver form to Student Services by May 23, 2019 to take
advantage of the current waiver requirements.

Students, if you are interested in Dual Enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year, please stop by Student Services to pick up the checklist with required
steps for enrollment. There are time sensitive deadlines so please pick up the checklist soon. See your counselor if you have any questions.

Good morning, students and teachers. I am excited to announce that our school has been selected to participate in the 2019 National Assessment of
Educational Progress, also known as NAEP. It is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what students across the country
know and can do in a variety of subjects. Some of our 12th-graders have been selected to take assessments on February 2nd in math, reading, science,
and writing. To those who have been selected for this important test, you have all our support, and I have NO doubt that you will represent us well! More
details to follow as we move closer to our school’s assessment day. Thank you in advance for your involvement.

Additional college visits have been added to the Google calendar. Check the list outside Student Services and sign up now to talk with representatives!
Don’t forget to check back often for updates.

Do you need help preparing for the SAT or ACT? Princeton Review is again offering classes here after school and on Saturdays. Go to Student Services
for details.

Does the cold weather have you feeling down or stressed out? Join us for Meditation in the HUB Friday during B and C lunches and study halls.

SUPER CONGRATULATIONS to JOSHUA DAVIS and ROHAN GANDHI for participating in the Fulton County Schools’ Annual Technology Competition on Saturday, January 26!
JOSHUA DAVIS won a First Place Award for his outstanding entry into Mobile Applications for the category in grades 11 and 12. ROHAN GANDHI won a Second Place Award for his outstanding entry into Project Programming for the category in grades 11 and 12. Per the FCS and State of Georgia guidelines, the First Place Award winners will proceed to the State of Georgia Technology Competition to be held in Macon on March 9.
PLEASE CONGRATULATE JOSHUA and ROHAN for their awesome entries and awards as they competed against numerous FCS students for these prestigious awards! Awesome Awards and CONGRATULATIONS to JOSHUA and ROHAN!!!

Attention AP Students – AP “Opt Out” forms are available in the AP Office. If you are currently taking an AP class and do not want to take the AP exam;
you must submit an Opt Out form by March 11th. After March 11, you will be charged a $15 dollar returned exam fee. Again, if you do not want to take
the AP exam in May; please pick up an Opt Out form.

There is a mandatory meeting for those boys interested in Roswell Golf Thursday, January 31 after school in room A105. If you have any questions,
contact Coach Pickard.

Get ready for some BTV trivia!! What position did Rodrigo Blankenship play at the University of Georgia? Please put your answers in the box outside of Mrs. Porter’s room by Friday, 2/1. You can win a free gift card!!

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Roswell High School - Go Hornets!

Roswell High School’s mission is to promote student learning, expect excellence, and celebrate achievement. Roswell High School is located in the suburbs of Atlanta, about eighteen miles north of the city. Although the original Roswell High School was established in 1949, the current facility opened in the fall of 1990. Truly serving as a valuable resource for the Roswell community, the school enjoys a close relationship with the city of Roswell as well as many local businesses and civic organizations. Roswell has been consistently recognized as one of Georgia’s top academic schools. With more than twenty AP courses offered, the school’s Advanced Placement Program is rated as one of the best in the country. Successful programs in athletics and the performing arts complement Roswell’s high academic achievements. We are Roswell. Go HORNETS!

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