Monday, October 30, 2017
O.K. Roswell it's time to take out those purses and wallets and donate to Pennies for Patients! And we when say Pennies we really mean BIG MONEY!
We are trying to raise $40,000 this year and keep our place as #1 in the state of GA for fundraising for Leukemia and Lymphoma and in the top 10 in the
country. So ask friends, family, and neighbors for donations. We take checks, large bills and online donations. Go to the Roswell website for a link to
donate online. Be generous Roswell! Whoever said winning isn't everything, wasn't fighting cancer!
Help our effort to to fight leukemia and lymphoma by purchasing our fun merchandise -- t-shirts with this year's slogan "Whoever said winning isn't
everything, wasn't fighting cancer," pop sockets, phone wallets, camo sunglasses, and koozies. Merchandise is on sale during all lunches at the
concession stand. All money goes to our Pennies for Patients fundraising goal.
The RHS Literary Magazine has selected a new theme for this year's publication! We'd like all of you writers and artists to create submissions for this
year's theme. Our theme is "Wanderlust and Magic Dust." Our new website will launch after Halloween so you can get more information soon; stay tuned.
For now, get brainstorming! All work is due by Friday, December 1st!
Attention Juniors and Seniors - The parking lot is off limits during school unless you have a pass from your administrator, particularly during all lunch
periods. Students are not permitted to sit in their cars and eat lunch. Additionally, students are not permitted to leave campus without permission from an
administrator during school hours. You could lose your parking privileges.
Students if you need assistance with your Surface 3's help has moved from the media center to D103.
Have you ever wondered why people celebrate el Dia de los Muertos? Language Fusion Club members come find out about the Day of the Dead at
Language Fusion Club next Thursday, November 2nd, after school in Senora Grant's room. Join us for videos, crafts, tamales and quesadillas!
Alpharetta HS will be hosting an International College Fair on Thursday, November 2 @ 6:00 PM in the Alpharetta HS Media Center. A list of colleges
participating in the college fair can be found on the fliers posted outside the AP office, in Student Services, and in the Media Center. Parents are
encouraged to attend with their students.
Seniors, please pick your poses for the yearbook on the Cady Studios website by November 1st. If you have a casual not taken by Cady Studios, please
email it and a release form to email@example.com by November 1st.
Seniors, don't forget to purchase your senior ad for your yearbook! Visit Jostensadservice.com to design it yourself.
All SkillsUSA members please remember to keep selling items for the Yankee Candle Fundraiser until October 31st to gain the incentives and prizes.
Planning for life after high school can be scary but it doesn't have to be! A representative from Wells Fargo will be in the Hub on Halloween during all
lunches to present about how to be financially responsible. Sign up in student services to reserve your spot today!
Interact club is back. We are a community service club and we will be having a meeting this Wednesday in G112 at 7:45. If you bring your $30 dues you
can get a t shirt and a chicken biscuit. Hope to see you there.
Sign up for this week's college visits and see Birmingham Southern and the University of Missouri!
Attention all current and aspiring Female Athletes! Roswell Girls Basketball Tryouts are right around the corner and its not too late to turn in your
paperwork. So, If you run fast, we want you! If you are Tall, We definitely want you! If you play other sports, we want you! If you love to have win, we want
you! See you on October 30th at 3:45 pm.
Students, Faculty, & Staff are allowed to dress up for Halloween during the school day on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 but please keep in mind the
following rules (similar to spirit days):
1. No head coverings unless it is part of the costume, NO masks or FULL face paint. Staff members must be able to identify students.
2. Costumes that are provocative, revealing, sexual in nature, or employ questionable props are not permitted. All costumes must comply with school and
District dress code.
3. Costumes that depict violence, alcohol, or drugs are not permitted. Fake weapons are not allowed.
4. Costumes that could be offensive or perpetuate a stereotype of someone’s culture, gender, heritage, or religion are not permitted.
5. Costumes should not hinder your ability to participate in your classes, including P.E. Costumes may not disrupt or impede traffic, or present issues of
safety in the hallway.
The Roswell Administration has discretion in considering the appropriateness of any costumes and students wearing questionable costumes will be
asked to change. If you have any questions regarding the appropriateness of your costume idea, please speak with an administrator.
Roswell's Theatre Department competed at Region One Act Play on Saturday, bringing home the 2nd place award and receiving recognition for three
actors with all-star cast honors: Aisja Streeter, Brady Madden, and Darius Bennett. Great job by all the Cast and Crew.