Report Cards Available Through Progressbook

Report Cards!

Your student’s report cards are now available through Progressbook. Attached you will find instructions on how to use Progressbook to view reports cards.  If you have questions on accessing your progress book account please fill out the accessing your account assistance form.  If you would like a copy of your student’s report card mailed home, please contact their school counselor at 330-676-8720.

Stay safe and have a good weekend,

The Counseling Team

Congratulations Underclass Leaders!

Today is the final day to recognize students who have earned recognition for their leadership.  We ask that the recipients of the awards come to the Activities Office to get their awards. First, we would like to recognize 4 students who received the honor of PSAT National Merit High Performer.  Those students are:  Rain Carman, Benjamin Pazderak, Jeremy Schuch, Ezra Turner. Next, we want to present the Dianne Gorby Spirit of Life Award to freshman Lauren Carver for persevering through a difficult year with a positive attitude and determination to rise above trying circumstances. Additionally, Sophomore Olivia Sams has been selected to attend the Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation Leadership Seminar. Finally, a big thank you to junior Rodrigo Aguilar, who served this year as a daily P.A. announcer.

Congratulations to all recipients! Have a wonderful summer, Roosevelt!

Day Two of Student Recognition

Welcome to day two of celebrating students who have earned recognition for their leadership. Today we recognize our 2020-21 Student Council & Class Officers. Student Council Officer Recognition- Sydnie Leavery(recording secretary), Corrin Wolfgang (corresponding secretary), Claire Fried (treasurer), Gianna Ferrara (secretary of elections), Rachel Booher (secretary of fundraising), Nicholai Barak  (secretary of committee engagement). Freshman Class Officer Recognition– Madison Baron (president), Emma Arthur (vice president), Ethan Young (treasurer).

Sophomore Class Officer Recognition- Maddie Somaco (president), Grace Polcha (vice president), Helen Plicka (secretary), Brigid Brennan (treasurer). Junior Class Officer Recognition– Amirah Fouad (president), Rhea Ross (vice president), Charlotte Crowe (secretary), Paige Thompson (treasurer).


Congratulations Girls Track and Field

Congratulations to our Regional Track & Field Qualifiers who will travel to Austintown Fitch High School this week. Olivia Sams will race in the 300 hurdles on Wednesday and Yakia Lee-Johnson will throw the discus on Friday. Congratulations to the girls Track & Field team who scored 29 points at Districts last week. Scorers included: Claire Fried, Nina Loofboro, Maddie Baron, Navaeh Hersman, Chelsea Britt, Naomi Yohn, Katie Keller, Jurnee Smith, Megan Renkes, Ella Hassler, Gianna Ferrara, Alexis Smith, and Yakia Lee-Johnson. Best finish at Districts in several years!

Congratulations TRHS Underclass Leaders

We would like to recognize two juniors who gave many hours planning the Prom.  Nicholai Barak and Lily Marken.  Additionally, Nicholai was instrumental in planning a successful Junior Class Silent Auction.  Thank you both for your service to your class. We also have 6 Roosevelt students who were honored as the Counseling Dept.’s student of the month throughout the year.  Please join me in congratulating:  TRHS Student of the Month – FRESHMEN-Madison Baron (president),  Emma Arthur (vice president), Ethan Young (treasurer). Sophomore Class Officer Recognition-Maddie Somaco (president), Grace Polcha (vice president), Helen Plicka (secretary), Brigid Brennan (treasurer). Junior Class Officer RecognitionAmirah Fouad (president), Rhea Ross (vice president), Charlotte Crowe (secretary), Paige Thompson (treasurer).  Finally, 2 juniors earned the Rotary Youth Leadership Award.  Congratulations Sydnie Leavery and Cole Ray for being selected to receive this award.

2021 TRHS SUMMER SCHOOL Registration Deadline May 26

The following link provides a description of the  2021 Summer School Program. All courses require payment of a tuition fee, and all work satisfactorily completed and certified receives official school credit. Students from Kent and neighboring communities may register.

~ On June 1st students will meet in the Stanton Middle School Media Center at 8:00 am

2021 Summer School Program

PURPOSE: One of the purposes of Summer School is to provide an opportunity for students to repeat or review a subject in which their achievement has been unsatisfactory. Summer School also provides an opportunity for students to do advanced work.

GRADE LEVELS: Nine through twelve.

You may register online. Registration begins on April 6th and ends on May 26th.

If you have a Kent City Schools MyPaymentsPlus account go to to register online. Financial aid is available for those who qualify through Portage County Job and Family Service.

Those that do not have a Kent City Schools MyPaymentsPlus account, must first register as a guest using this link: MyPaymentsPlus Guest Registration – Summer School

Please contact Shannon Zavracky, Summer School Coordinator, at (330)515-1735, for additional information.

Check Aramark Balance!

Seniors, please check your cafeteria balance with Aramark.  If you have a sibling in the district any unused balance will automatically be transferred to your sibling’s cafeteria account.  If you do not have a sibling in the district any unused balance over $10.00 will be mailed to your address after the school year ends.