Announcements 02/19/19

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.

JROTC Cadets, the cadet ball tickets are on sale. Purchase your tickets soon. You can now pay online, see your instructor to find out how.

Attention Seniors: If you have not paid class dues, you must order your cap and gown by February 28th to avoid a $25 late fee. Orders can be placed online at GA balfour.com

We are looking for committed students to join the Young Republicans Club! The main goal of the Young Republicans is to educate our members, and create a fun community to discuss our topics as well as work on debate skills. Meetings will be hosted in Mr. Chiclana’s Room (H-116) on Tuesdays 3:30 – 4:30.

Seniors, It is time to start thinking about diplomas! Please check the spelling of your name on the list posted outside of Student Services. If there is an error, let Ms. Townsend in Student Service know ASAP. This list will be up through 2/22/19.

Opt Out forms are available in the AP Office for students that are not taking the AP test this May. The Opt Out forms are due by March 8. If the opt out form is not turned in; there will be a $15 return exam fee charged to you.

Attention all Seniors! Many local Roswell scholarship applications are posted on the Student Services website. These are excellent opportunities to be awarded scholarship money for college in the Fall. The deadlines are quickly approaching so don’t delay. Apply today!

Anyone interested in participating in the NHS/Cure Powder Puff Game on March 22nd that includes players, coaches, cheerleaders, etc.), MUST have a signed participation waiver. Pick up your waiver from Ms. Gaffigan in room D-112 or Mrs. Allegood in room E-104 no later than Friday, February 22nd.
Remember! If its not signed and return, you may not participate.

JROTC has kicked off their second semester fundraiser with the Save Around coupon book sale. There are over $2500 dollars worth of savings for the low price of $25. See a cadet to purchase your Save Around coupon book today. The sale ends February 20th.

The last chance to order a personalized yearbook is this Friday. Visit JostensYearbooks.com or see Ms. Goddard to order.

Fulton County Regional Science Fair was held on Saturday, February 9th. Please congratulate the following students for advancing to this level from
Roswell HS:
Biomedical & Health Category: Joshua Kinoshita; TJ Anderson, Marcus Trevisan, and Jimmie Burgess
Earth & Environmental Sciences Category:
Samira Marquez (3rd place); Joseph McPartland & William Muller; Aurora Knutson, Van Amend and Cameron Lewis
Environmental Engineering Category: Timothy Trinh, Grant Bradford & Dinh Matthew (3rd place)
Joshua Kinoshita (Project title: Body Powered Prosthetic Finger) and TJ Anderson, Marcus Trevisan & Jimmie Burgess (Project title: My Fingers Are Shrinking) will advance to state competition in March at UGA. Congratulations to these students for their hard work and noteworthy showing in the regional fair.
Good luck at the state competition!!!

No TAG seminars with the exception of Social Innovators Academy will meet on Wednesday February 20th. All TAG students in grades 9-11 can come
to B107 during their study hall to get information about course selection for next year and to review their four year plan.

Social Innovators Academy will meet this week in B109.

Konnichiwa! Join us to throw beans to get rid of the evil spirits and celebrate the beginning of Spring in Japan! Language Fusion Club is meeting on
Tuesday February 19 from 3:30 in E116. We will make demon masks, learn a song about the holiday, and throw beans! Join us for Language Fusion Club on Tuesday, February 19 after school in room E116 for a Japanese Bean Throwing ceremony! Come make demon
masks, learn the demon pants song, and throw beans!

Attention students – The pavilion will be closed for all lunches today.

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