Important Information for Roswell High School Volunteers
Roswell High School values and promotes active engagement of the community in our school.
Volunteer opportunities may include:
· Serving as tutors, mentors, or guest speakers
· Providing assistance in classrooms, cafeteria, library, or main office
· Organizing student enrichment and recognition activities
· Supporting special events, athletics, and school planning councils
**How do I become a volunteer?
1. Complete the volunteer application.
2. Wait for a confirmation email from Fulton County Schools. It typically takes 24 to 48 hours before you can be approved.
3. Visit the school and begin volunteering.
** Previous Volunteers MUST complete the Rescreening Process in order to participate as a volunteer in the upcoming school year. Your ID will also need to be presented to the front office to be scanned the first time you volunteer for the 2018-19 year.
HomeAccess for Student Grades has been updated Please use these new links below;
Enrollment Online http://eoprd.fultonschools.org/eo_parent
Home Access Center https://hacprd.fultonschools.org/HomeAccess
9th GRADE ORIENTATION / NEW ENROLLEES Please join us for orientation to Roswell High School in the main gym from 8:30 until noon on Thursday, August 2nd! View more important information on 9thGradeNewsletter2018.pdf
Seniors and Graduates can now view and purchase pictures from the graduation ceremony!
Additionally, please check out our video of graduation on YouTube !
Summer Front Office Hours(May 29th – July 31st ) – Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 AM – 12:00PM and 1:00PM -3:00PM
ADAP for Driver's License – ADAP certificates can be requested at the Front Office. Students MUST have completed Health class at Roswell High. We cannot print certificates for students who took Health online or at another school. Certificate will be available for pick up on the following day the office is open.
Certificate of Enrollment for Learner's Permit and Driver's License – These can be filled out in advance or at the front office and have to be notarized. The cost is $1 and will be available for pick up on the following day the office is open. The Certificate of Enrollment is only good for 30 days. https://dds.georgia.gov/instructional-permit-cp
Work Permits – Students who are under 16 will need a work permit. The student needs to complete part A and the employer part B. Then bring it to the RHS front office to be completed. Students need to come in person to receive the permit. Work Permit will be available for pick up on the following day the office is open. For a copy of the Work Permit form, click here: Work Permit form
Diplomas – These can be picked up at the front office. Fines/fees must be paid in order to receive diploma
Home Access – Please note that Home Access is not regularly updated or available in the summer. Transcripts will be available through Parchment(see below) once report cards are sent home.
Official Transcript Requests – Requests are done online through Parchment: https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/9546/account
New Student Enrollment- See below for Summer Registration Info
Dual Enrollment Support - Tuesdays from 9am-3pm from June 5 to July 10. A Counselor will be available to assist with DE paperwork and enrollment steps. Please come to the Front Office.
Fulton County School Calendar – http://www.fultonschools.org/en/Calendars
Roswell High School Calendar - 2018-19 Roswell HS Calendar
New Student Registration Summer 2018
Please see Summer 2018 plan regarding our Summer Registration dates for new student enrollment
Rising Senior Portrait Information – Class of 2019
Act fast to secure an appointment this summer for your senior portrait.
Class of 2019 Rising Senior Portrait Info
Moving or Transferring Schools?
Please stop by the Front office during our Summer Office Hours to officially withdraw .
Need Information on Bus Routes for Summer School?
Times are subject to change depending on any stop changes that are required.
Roswell High Bus Route
Milton/Cambridge Bus Route
Need to get ready for ELA next year and don’t want to drive around to tutors? Mrs. Bregeth is offering a mini-online course this summer to prepare students for 11th and 12 grade ELA classes (but all classes are welcome). It’s completely online and totally self-paced; only one lesson a day.
Register in May and get a 20% discount off the course! Promo code is OFF20May.
Work Based Learning
Do you need a parking spot for the 2018-19 year?
Download and print the following instructions, application, rules, and regulations!
New RHS School Dress Code
Working alongside the student government, RHS administration has approved a new dress code that will go into effect November 27th, or after Thanksgiving Break. Please read the above pdf for more information.
Please check out the Roswell High School Student Tech Team Website
Click on the image or the link below.
The link will always be found at the bottom of this page on the right margin
Code of Conduct Guidelines
Dear Roswell High School Stakeholder,
The Roswell High School Administrative team has developed the discipline guidelines for the 2017-2018 school year.
It is the belief of the leadership at Roswell High School that discipline serves two purposes:
1. To teach students to discipline themselves so they can learn the habits and skills that will enable them to become productive members of society
2. To provide a safe, orderly, and secure learning environment so teachers can teach and students can learn.
Notification to the parents of the screening and referral proces for Gifted Services
We Are Roswell – Career Technology
Great work and initiatives by some of Roswell High School’s Career & Technical Education students are highlighted in this video produced by FultonSchools! The video features interviews with Ms. Kennedy’s Broadcast Video Program, students from Mr. Elliot’s Construction Technology Program (see minute 13:30), as well as interviews with a few of Mr. Lee’s top Computer Science students (see minute 24:30) .
Students Enrolled in Off-Campus Virtual Classes
Students who take virtual classes off campus in lieu of classes at the high school campus may arrive at a later time or leave at an earlier time than the typical arrival and dismissal times of the school. Students taking online classes off campus are not permitted to loiter on campus during the respective periods and may face disciplinary consequences for loitering. It is the responsibility of the student and his/her parents or guardians to provide transportation and to arrange timely pick up from and drop off for school. Students being dropped off after the start of the school day must report to their class on time. No excused absences will be given for arriving to school late.
Personal Fitness Waiver
Who is eligible for the waiver?
Students who successfully complete one season of marching band or one season of a GHSA-sanctioned sport offered at RHS are eligible to utilize the waiver. In addition, students who successfully complete three years of JROTC are eligible for the waiver. Find out more about the waiver with the Personal Fitness Waiver FAQ!
Personal Fitness Waiver Request Form
Who can I contact for questions about the waiver?
For questions, please contact your child’s school counselor and/or any of the following school staff:
Curriculum Assistant Principal Segena Ponder email@example.com
Band Director Michael Moon firstname.lastname@example.org
JROTC Instructor Anthony Duplechien email@example.com
Computer Usage Policy per Fulton County Guidelines
Attention students and staff. There are specific rules regarding the use of digital technology within Fulton County. Please reference District Policy as well as District Procedures to better understand the regulations that you “accept every time you log on” to th e Fulton Schools Network!