Prospective Parent Meeting #2:
Is your student at a local private school but wants to attend a public school? Are you a rising freshman family or transferring to the Roswell area? The path to a great future for your student is close to home! Come see why Roswell is one of the best high schools in Georgia and has graduated generations of successful Hornets. The second meeting will be March 1, 2019 in the Auditorium from 9:00-11:30 AM. Sign up below:
Principal's Town Hall Meeting
Once a semester, I hold a Town Hall meeting to share information about our school and answer questions. The First Semester Town Hall meeting is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on December 12, 2018 in the auditorium. Hope to see you there!
Final Exam Schedule:
This is the schedule for Final Exams that will take place on December 18, through December 20.
New Documents Posted on SGC Page:
Interested in sharing your thoughts on the General Study Skills Course or the Personal Fitness Waiver proposals?
-Drop off your comments in the SGC Comment Box located on the Atrium Desk by 4pm on January 9th
-Email Amy Jewett, SGC Chair, at email@example.com with your thoughts by 4pm on January 9th
-Come to the December 12th or January 9th SGC Meeting at 7:15am in the Media Center to share your feedback during Public Comment
Registration for 2nd Semester:
We will be having New Student Registration on a Walk-In basis 1/3/19 and 1/4/19 from 8:30-2:00. Please make sure you have all the required documents when you arrive.
Registration forms are available at the school. Please do not do the online enrollment.
Beginning 1/7/2019 we will be registering by appointment only. Please call 470-254-4642 with questions or for an appointment.
Work Based Learning:
Apprenticeship Programs in Georgia - Earn money as you learn your new career. See the flyer below for more info:
Employers love hiring Roswell HS students. Please visit the job board on AA Hallway. Students can also visit my website for additional job opportunities.
Princeton Review- Prep for the SAT and ACT:
Beginning in February, Princeton Review will once again offer SAT and ACT Prep classes at Roswell. Students will receive 15 hours of instructor led classes and take 3 Saturday morning practice tests. Sign up at PrincetonReview.com/FultonCounty and enter special rate promo code FCSATL to receive a discounted rate.
Be The Voice:
In a partnership with the Roswell High School Interact Club, RHS kicked off the 2018-2019 Be The Voice of Change campaign to end bullying, and teach kids how to stand up and make a change in their community. Here’s the video for Week 2:
NFCC Holiday program
Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is registering families for the 2018 Holiday Program (Oct 1st- Dec 14th). The holiday program includes a Warm Coat Day, Thanksgiving Food, and Santa Shop.
To register for the Holiday Program families must be existing clients of NFCC. Existing clients can register for the Holiday Program at the NFCC Education Center, M-F, from 9am-5pm. To become a client of NFCC for the first time, please go to their website at www.nfcchelp.org, and request an appointment under the “Get Help” tab.
Purchase Tickets for Sporting Events:
Home Access for Student Grades has been updated Please use these new links below;
Home Access Center https://hacprd.fultonschools.org/HomeAccess
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 – This can be requested at the attendance office. The cost is $1 and will be available for pick up on the following day. The Certificate of Enrollment is only good for 30 days. https://dds.georgia.gov/instructional-permit-cp
Official Transcript Requests – Requests are done online through Parchment:
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.
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.
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 process for Gifted Services
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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Band Director Michael Moon email@example.com
JROTC Instructor Anthony Duplechien firstname.lastname@example.org
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!