(Th) May 21 Choir Concert Roosevelt Voices 7pm
(F) May 22 STOP Assembly 2:45pm
(M) May 25 NO SCHOOL-Memorial Day
(Th) May 28 Cultural Festival 6:30pm
(F) May 29 Cabaret 7pm
(Tu) June 2 5th grader visit 10:15am
(W) June 3 5th grader visit 10:15am
(W) June 3 Byers field trip to Severson Farms
(W) June 3 Band Concert – all bands 7pm
(Th) June 4 Orchestra Concert- all orchestras 6pm, Concert Choir Concert 7:30pm
(F) June 5 PAR Meeting 9am
(Tu) June 9 8th grade Promotion 6:30pm, 8th grade Dance 8pm
(W) June 10 LAST DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS (full day)
(W) June 10 8th grade Pool Party 1pm
LAST CHANCE FOR AUCTION ITEMS- BIDDING CLOSES FRIDAY MAY 22 (TOMORROW!)
Bid on RMS House Art, fitness discounts, restaurant gift certificates, an orthodontia discount with Dr. Niles, and more
Thank you to all families who participated in the Dickie Jo’s/Dickie Yo’s fund raiser last week. Dickie Jo’s donated $190 to Roosevelt.
Also, Splat Ter and Laura Fuhriman would like to thanks all the volunteers who came and helped make this event a success. Have a great summer and see you next year:).
8TH GRADE FESTIVITIES ARE COMING!
It’s almost time to give a fond farewell to our 8th graders! The 8th grade Promotion Ceremony and Dance are Tuesday, June 9th, 6:30-10:00pm. The 8th grade Pool Party is Wednesday, June 10th, 1:00-3:00pm. Specific information and permission forms will be sent home after Memorial Day. In the meantime, we need your help to send them off to high school in style.
Please use this link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0C4AA5AE2DA2F85-8thgrade/ to sign up to volunteer your time to set up the dance decorations, help set up and staff the buffet at the dance (and clean up), and to help staff the pool party. We also need your help to supply them with delicious, nutritious food for the evening – and some junk food too to celebrate! If you’d like todonate food for the buffet (we need lots!!) please sign up here: http://vols.pt/uFpq2Z. Thank you.
MAY 8 PAR MEETNG MINUTES
Minutes from PAR meeting on May 8th is attached.
CULTURAL FESTIVAL ON THURSDAY MAY 28th 6:30-8:00pm
Be sure to attend the Cultural Festival Open House on Thursday, May 28, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Our sixth grade students, with assistance from the Cultural Connections Team, have been working diligently to research and assemble their projects. You are invited to view the project poster boards that tell about student histories and backgrounds. The projects will be displayed in the hallways and are a source of pride and accomplishment for our sixth grade students. Parents, students, friends and relatives are invited to attend. The evening will start in the D Gym with a short introduction of the project. Please plan to attend this celebration of our students’ cultural and community diversity!
ACT CLOTHING DRIVE- JUNE 1-5 ?AM DROP-OFF
This year, the ACT (Caring Active Teens) class voted to support the needs of a few local organizations who provide services to children and teens. One organization who made a presentation to the class was CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). This organization provides an adult who can help support children or teens (birth to 18 yrs) who do not have legal parents or guardians. These advocates represent the children’s or teens’ best interests in a court of law, and help connect them to other important services, such as Lane County Foster Care, and Bags of Love.
When asked how the ACT class might support their work, CASA shared that one of their greatest needs is clothing for the children and teens they serve. Therefore, the ACT class will sponsor an end-of-the-year clothing drive for ages 0-18 the last full week of school, June 1-5. Please drop off (or send a bag with your student) any gently used and washed articles of clothing for ages infants through teens BEFOREschool starts any morning the week of the clothing drive. ACT students will be waiting at a table just outside the front office in the Commons area to receive your donation. On behalf of the ACT class, we thank you in advance for your participation in supporting such an important cause! Your donation will directly impact youth in our local community.
5K CHARITY RUN: BENEFITS FOOD FOR LANE COUNTY MAY 31
South Eugene High School’s student government is putting on a 5K run for Food for Lane County! All proceeds will go to Food for Lane County.
The 5K will be held at Alton Baker Park on Sunday, May 31st beginning at 11 a.m. Tickets will be 8 dollars for students, 15 dollars for adults.
For more information please visit http://tinyurl.com/eugene5k
SUMMER RUNNING CAMP AUGUST 24-28
South Eugene Cross Country is hosting a summer running camp for kids in grades 1-8 this August 24th-28th!
This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the great sport of running while having a blast and getting some great exercise. All campers get to participate in fun, age-appropriate activities – including relays, obstacle courses, running technique training, yoga, and more – and everyone finishes off the week with a very exciting (and entertaining) cross country race!
Camp runs from 9 am to 12 noon and the cost is $55 per camper, with a family rate of $45 per camper (2 or more participating siblings).
POP WARNER TACKLE FOOTBALL
Please see attached flyer. Registration starts May 30 (SEHS cafeteria).
REPEATED FROM PREVIOUS WEEKS
NEW GENERATIONS FILM FESTIVAL
The first annual New Generations Film Festival is a film making competition for middle and high school students. Its goal is to get students thinking about their communities and then give them a platform to have their ideas heard.
May 23, Saturday 11am is the Viewing and Awards Ceremony at the Willamette High School Powers Auditorium. Support these students’ hard work, enjoy great films and be the first to get information on entering next year.
Have a video you made this year but didn’t enter? We are looking for extra student videos to put on the website we are creating over the summer. You can send one for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOUTH EUGENE ROWING CLUB – SUMMER CAMP
- Have a blast this summer at the South Eugene Rowing Club Camp on Dexter Lake! Open to girls and boys entering 8th – 12th grade from throughout the community. We provide new rowers an opportunity to discover the joys of rowing in a fun, team environment. Transportation is provided to and from South Eugene High School to Dexter Lake. Times are 8:00 am – 2:30 pm.
Session 1: July 21 – 25th
Session 2: July 28 – August 1
Those who attend both weeks have the opportunity to travel to Seattle for a regatta on Saturday, August 2! For more information or to register, please go to http://oarjrcrew.org/summer-camp
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OPPORTUNITIES TO FINANCIALLY SUPPORT ROOSEVELT
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FRED MEYER REWARDS CARD
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