Announcements 03/05/19

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, summer school registration is now open for Fulton Virtual School and face-to-face classes at Milton High School. Summer school brochures are now available in the Student Services office. The brochure includes the list of courses available and explains the registration process. Pick up one today!

Belated congrats to the RHS Boys Varsity Tennis teams for their wins over Creekview and Campbell at last Saturday’s South Forsyth Tournament. The boys came up short against defending state champs South Forsyth but still finished second in pool play.

Congratulations to the JROTC Leadership and Academic teams for being selected to compete in the LEVEL JROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl. They placed in the Top quarter of schools competing nationally

This past Saturday, the Roswell Debate Team competed at the Atlanta City Championship Invitational.Congratulations to Michaela Tolliver who got 4th individually and her partner Riley Brittain who ranked 8th. Together they got 12th team. Good job to Ethan Rasco who got 9th. Ethan and his partner Eric Dukes got 10th team.
Speech 3, a debate based literature elective, will be available next year.

Attention students – The parking lots are off limits during the school day and especially during all lunches. If you are in the parking lot or your car without permission from an administrator, you will be referred to the office for a consequence. These consequences include the loss of parking.

Attention AP Students – The deadline to opt out of the test is Thursday, March 7. If you are not taking the AP test make sure you submit the opt out form or a test will be ordered for you. There will be a $15 return exam fee if you do not take the AP exam.

Attention Students – The pavilion is closed today for all lunches.

Come celebrate Mardi Gras with Language Fusion Club. We will meet on Fat Tuesday, March 5, after school in Ms. Kempf’s room. Come play Mardi Gras trivia and eat King Cake!

Auditions for the Student Directed project, Short Attention Span Theatre, are Tuesday March 5th after school in the auditorium. Students wanting to participate should prepare a 30 second monologue and be prepared to stay for cold reads. Shows will be April 11th and 12th at 7:30. If you have any questions come see Mrs. Stern in the Auditorium.

If you are interested in trying out for JV or Varsity Cheerleading, please plan on attending an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 13 at 6:00 PM in the RHS Media Center. Bring 1 parent with you.

Stop outside Student Services to see the new list of colleges coming to Roswell in March. Sign up today to reserve your spot!

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors!
Interested in a career in the medical field? You’re in luck! A representative from The University of Georgia’s College of Pharmacy and College of Veterinary Medicine wants to meet you. Meet us in the RHS media center at 10 am on Tuesday, March 12th to learn more about potential careers in pharmacy and veterinary medicine, as well as gain more exposure to college life and the pursuit of professional degrees. Space is limited so sign up on the student services website or by using the QR Code outside of student services.

Happy Birthday to Karen Johnson

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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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