Roth AM Announcements

  • 6/12/24 A Day

    Attention students! All LOANER Chromebooks need to be returned to the library NO LATER than June 25th! If you forgot your assigned Chromebook or yours is in repair, and you are borrowing a loaner from the library, it MUST be returned by June 25th or it will be disabled over the summer. 7th grade students: Turn in your loaner on or before your last half day on June 25th. 8th and 9th grade students: Return your loaner on the day of your last exam. If you have any questions, please stop by the library technology area! Congratulations to our Roth Library Book Return Raffle winner Sloan Olin! Please come down to the library to collect your prizes! Today is the last day to return your books to the library to be entered into the raffle! All borrowed library books are due tomorrow. Return the last of your books and listen tomorrow morning for our final winner! Good luck!


    June is Pride Month, and to celebrate, we are showcasing different famous LGBTQ+ people throughout the month. In honor of Pride Month, today we feature the “Rocket Man” singer himself!  Elton John considers himself quite comfortable being gay.  When not creating music, this famous singer takes an active role advocating for LGBTQ+ rights. He even got married to his partner when same sex marriage was legalized in 2014 for England and Wales. 

    6/11/24 B Day

    Congratulations to our Roth Library Book Return Raffle winner, Joseph Pustalka! Please come down to the library to collect your prizes! There are only two more days to drop your books at the library to be entered to win! Keep returning those borrowed books!

    We will be having MAPS Makeups in the small gym starting 2nd period. Students, please check your e-hall pass and email for appointments and if you have one, come to the Small Gym at 8:30, after your attendance has been taken in 2nd period. Reminder, please bring your Chromebooks!

    June is Pride Month, and to celebrate, we are showcasing different famous LGBTQ+ people throughout the month. In honor of pride month, today we feature a famous YouTuber and singer. Troye Sivan came out as gay on his YouTube channel back in 2013. Sivan is an Australian songwriter, who writes songs about his life experiences as being gay. He even admits that the first and hardest step was coming out and accepting himself. 

    6/10/24 A Day

    Participation in our book raffle has more than tripled since our first day, but chances of winning are still excellent! Congratulations to our Roth Library Book Return Raffle winner, Anthony Machado! Please come down to the library today to collect your prizes! There are three more days to turn in your library books for a chance to win!! Drop your books off today through the 12th!

    We will be having MAPS Makeups in the small gym starting 6th period. Students, please check your e-hall pass and email for appointments and if you have one, come to the Small Gym at 12:20, after your attendance has been taken in 6th period. Reminder, please bring your Chromebooks!

    June is Pride Month, and to celebrate, we are showcasing different famous LGBTQ+ people throughout the month. In honor of pride month, today we are featuring the comedian and host of “Let’s Make a Deal,” Wayne Brady. Brady came out as pansexual last August. Someone identifying as pansexual has the capacity to form enduring physical, romantic, and/or emotional attractions to any person, regardless of gender identity. Brady came out proudly of his sexuality, and doesn’t mind sharing with the rest of the world.

     

    6/7/24 B Day

    Congratulations to our Roth Library Book Return Raffle winner: Braydon Miller! Please come down to the library to collect your prizes! If you didn’t win today, don’t worry! There's still time! Drop your library books off today through the 12th and listen Monday morning to hear if you’re the next winner!!

    June is Pride Month, and to celebrate, we are showcasing different famous LGBTQ+ people throughout the month. In honor of pride month, today we are featuring the Grammy-winning rapper, Cardi B. Cardi B opened up about being bisexual back in 2021. Although Cardi B is married to a man, she has expressed so much about her bisexuality and experiences with girls as well. She supports the LGBTQ community because she knows the confused feelings people have growing up. Cardi B understands how hard it can be for some people to come out to their families.

    6/6/24 A Day

    An important announcement: Today is the last day for late buses. Therefore, this is the last day for staying after school for clubs and after school study hall.

    There is no 8th grade lunch club today.

    Good morning Roth! The first round of books for the Library Book Raffle have been returned and it’s time to reveal our first winner! Our winner today is Reysher DeJesusTorres! Please come down to the library today to collect your prize! The fun continues through June 12th! Keep returning your books! You can bring them to the library or the bin just outside the library. Stay tuned tomorrow for our next winner!"

    June is Pride Month, and to celebrate, we are showcasing different famous LGBTQ+ people throughout the month. In honor of pride month, today we are featuring the famous singer-songwriter, Billie Eilish. You may know her for her most famous song, “Ocean Eyes.” Actually, Eilish was surprised when she found out people didn’t know she wasn’t straight. She says “I am attracted to women as people. But I kind of thought, ‘Wasn’t it obvious?’ I didn’t realize people didn’t know. I’ve been queer for a long time, and I just didn’t talk about it.”

    6/3/24 B Day

    An important announcement: This week is the last week for late buses. Therefore, this is the last week for staying after school for clubs and after school study hall.

    Calling all students! Get ready for the excitement of the first annual Roth Library Book Return Raffle, kicking off THIS WEEK! Seize the opportunity to score a fantastic prize! Simply return your library books anytime from June 5th to June 12th to the library, and voila! You’re automatically entered into the raffle for a shot at winning a prize! Each day, one lucky winner will be chosen and announced the following morning. Not sure about which books you’ve borrowed? Keep an eye on your email! We send notices every Monday morning. Round up those library books and may the odds be ever in your favor!

    Staff Spotlight! Yesterday's answer was, Mrs. Quinlan! Our winners are Susanna Sherman and Mrs. Steed! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize!

    June is Pride Month, and to celebrate, we are showcasing different famous LGBTQ+ people throughout the month. Today we feature the British singer-songwriter from the popular band, Queen. Freddie Mercury is well known for being bisexual. Although famous in the LGBTQ+ community, he is also regarded as one of the greatest singers in the history of rock music!

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner.

    Sports

    Attention all current 8th and 9th graders interested in attending Freshman and JV June football camp. Camp will run from Monday June 3rd thru Wed. June 5th at Sperry Senior High School Turf field. Camp will start at 3:15 and end at 5:30. Please join the google classroom and fill out the google form. Code: b4wr4r3. Any questions see Coach Allen or Coach Cole

    There will be an informational on Monday June 3 at the High School for ANYONE interested in playing Girls Volleyball in the fall. Please meet outside the weight room doors. There is a transfer bus available to the High School and there will be a late bus to take you home after the meeting at 3:45pm.

    There are several off season opportunities that we will go over plus try out dates and times. See you Monday June 3rd! Section V State Qualifier for Track & Field was this past Saturday and for the 18th consecutive year (no states in 2020/2021) R-H will be represented at the NYS Outdoor Track Championships at Cicero-North Syracuse HS. Haylie Smith will be competing in the 3000m and 1500m races. Nathan Sinclair will compete in the pole vault. The boys 4x800 meter relay with relay members Mike Flannery, Zachary Terrano, Christian Wescott, Caleb Lantz, Ethan Collum and Eli Lantz. Congratulations! 

    Music

    Congratulations to the following band students who participated in this past weekend's NYSSMA Solo Festival at Gates-Chili High School: Cheukyin Lai - Alto Sax, Sydney Ganskop-French Horn, Chloe Horn - Trumpet, Odin Neva - Trombone, Jeffery Miller - Trumpet. All performed beautifully and we are very proud of you!!

    Congratulations to Dedicated Voices and Chamber Orchestra on winning 1st place in their respective divisions at the Darien Lake Music Festival this weekend! Your hard work paid off and you represented RH's music program well! Extra shout out to Andrew Smith and Ryan Guo for receiving outstanding soloist awards! Great job all around!

    Clubs

    Black Girl Magic will be holding the last club meeting for the year Tuesday June 4th after school in Ms. Dorsey-Patros’s room, # 123. Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in having fun and lifting each other up. Come check us out!

    5/31/24 A Day

    An important announcement: Next week is the last week for late buses. Therefore, it is the last week for staying after school for clubs and after school study hall.

    Staff Spotlight! Yesterday's answer was, Ms. Barry, our head custodian! Our winners are Jack O'Connor and Mr. Steiner! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: Which musically inclined staff member grew up outside of Syracuse, NY, attended Ithaca College and Northwestern University, and has worked for RH for 18 years? They prefer to drive cars with manual transmissions and would give their younger self this advice: You really can't control very much in life - it's unpredictable and a ride! 

    8th graders who want to become WEB leaders next year don't forget that your WEB leader application videos are due TODAY by the end of the day!! See Mrs. Kramer, Mrs. Keenan, Mrs. Hernandez or Mrs. Meka if you have any questions.

    Sports

    Attention all current 8th and 9th graders interested in attending Freshman and JV June football camp. Camp will run from Monday June 3rd thru Wed. June 5th at Sperry Senior High School Turf field. Camp will start at 3:15 and end at 5:30. Please join the google classroom and fill out the google form. Code: b4wr4r3. Any questions see Coach Allen or Coach Cole

    There will be an informational on Monday June 3 at the High School for ANYONE interested in playing Girls Volleyball in the fall. Please meet outside the weight room doors. There is a transfer bus available to the High School and there will be a late bus to take you home after the meeting at 3:45pm. There are several off season opportunities that we will go over plus try out dates and times. See you Monday June 3rd! 

    Clubs

    Black Girl Magic will be holding the last club meeting for the year Tuesday June 4th after school in Ms. Dorsey-Patros’s room, # 123. Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in having fun and lifting each other up. Come check us out!

    5/30/24 B Day

    Staff Spotlight! Yesterday's answer was, Ms. Abram! Our winners are Lilah Rumisek and Mrs. Harding! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize! 

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Henrietta, attended SUNY Fredonia for Fine Arts and New Media and also Bryant and Stratton for Medical Assisting, and has worked in RH for 6 years? They spend their free time with their family and occasionally friends too: watching movies, relaxing outside on a nice day, playing board games, playing with their two dogs and they also love to cook and bake in their down time. Their Italian mother taught them everything they know! Most people don't know they are an artist, they studied fine arts in college and continue to paint leisurely in their own time. If they could give their younger self advice, it would be to keep going, even when you fail. Just pick yourself up and try it again. True failure is when you stop trying completely. 

    Sports

    Attention all current 8th and 9th graders interested in attending Freshman and JV June football camp. Camp will run from Monday June 3rd thru Wed. June 5th at Sperry Senior High School Turf field. Camp will start at 3:15 and end at 5:30. Please join the google classroom and fill out the google form. Code: b4wr4r3. Any questions see Coach Allen or Coach Cole 

    Club

    Jewelry club will meet after school in Mrs Kleemann’s room after school this Thursday, May 30th. Hope to see you there!

    5/29/24 A Day

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mrs. Flores! Our winners are Evelyn Andreano and Mrs. Claeys! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize! Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Monaca, Pennsylvania, attended SUNY Fredonia and Geneseo, and has been working in Rush Henrietta for 17 years? They grew up outside of Pittsburgh, PA and have an interesting vocabulary because of it! Words like 'buggy,' meaning a shopping cart, 'yinz' meaning you all, and 'hoagie' another word for a sub sandwich, are still used in their household! In their freetime, they spend it running their three kids around and if they could give their younger self advice, it would be to Rest more. Find a hobby. Do things that bring you joy.

    Sports

    Attention all current 8th and 9th graders interested in attending Freshman and JV June football camp. Camp will run from Monday June 3rd thru Wed. June 5th at Sperry Senior High School Turf field. Camp will start at 3:15 and end at 5:30. Please join the google classroom and fill out the google form. Code: b4wr4r3. Any questions see Coach Allen or Coach Cole 

    Clubs

    All forms to join NJHS must be turned in by 8am TODAY.

    Jewelry club will meet after school in Mrs Kleemann’s room after school this Thursday, May 30th. Hope to see you there! 

    5/28/24 B Day

    Please listen to this important message about Hall Sweeps. The reason we have hall sweeps is to help you realize how important it is that you are in class, ready to learn during instructional time. If you are found in the halls without a pass during class time, you will receive a consequence. However, trying to avoid adults during hall sweeps by running, hiding, or lying will only get you a more serious consequence. Help us to help you by being where you are supposed to be, when you are supposed to be there.

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mr. Seidel! Our winners are Brody Gurell and Mr. Prinzi! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Canandaigua, attended St John Fisher and Nazareth and has worked in RH for three years? They enjoy gardening, reading lots of books, and hanging out with their kids but their favorite (and most relaxing) thing to do is go fishing! If they could give their younger self advice, it would be to enjoy every minute because you don't know what the next day will bring. Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner.

    Attention 9th graders, if you are bringing a Burger guest to the semi-formal, all forms must be returned by TODAY. 

    Sports

    The boys and girls track team competed in sectionals this past Saturday at Hilton HS Haylie Smith won the 1500m and 800m races while the boys 4x800m relay took top honors with relay members Zachary Terrano, Caleb Lantz, Mikey Flannery and Christian Wescott. Phoenix Joseph broke the freshman school record in the pentathlon finishing in 7th place also scoring were: Nia Semon 5th in the 100m girls 4x100m with Morgan Sizer, Zariah Johnson, Tamera Witcher and Nia Semon Ayush Mainali 6th in the 400m hurdles Lindsay Richardson 6th in the 800m Liesl Groth 5th in the shot put Andre O'meally 6th in the discus Geremy Barnwell 6th in the high jump Nathan Sinclair 2nd in the pole vault Tamera Witcher 4th in the long jump and 5th in the triple jump Morgan Sizer 6th in the long jump and 3rd in the triple jump Upshna Siwakoti 4th in the triple jump Up next is the State Qualifier this coming Saturday at Newark HS

    Clubs

    All forms to join NJHS must be turned in by 8am Wednesday. We have extended the deadline because of the DC trip. No forms will be accepted after Wednesday at 8am.

    Jewelry club will meet after school in Mrs Kleemann’s room after school this Thursday, May 30th. Hope to see you there! 

    5/23/24 A Day

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mrs. Kemper! Our winners are Yuqing Ye and Mrs. Keenan! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Henrietta and attended Westminster College, Iowa State University, Roberts Weslyan, and Brockport? They played soccer in college and for the US Navy and have worked in RH for 15 years! They enjoy coaching soccer; doing outdoor work of every kind and traveling. If they could give their younger self advice it would be that every action (positive or negative) has a consequence, so try to think ahead to what those might be. 

    Attention 9th graders, if you are bringing a Burger guest to the semi-formal, all forms must be returned by Tuesday May 28th at the latest. All National Junior Honor Society forms must be returned by Tuesday May 28th. 

    5/22/24 B Day

    This winter, the Henrietta Public Library invited students in grades 7-12 to participate in the Minerva Campbell Literary Contest. Interested students submitted original works in the form of short stories, essays, and poems for evaluation. Remarkable talent was showcased among the submissions and we are very proud to announce that several students from Roth placed in this literary contest! In the prose category, Tharuni Paskaran secured first place in the junior division. In the poetry category, Eshaal Humayun claimed first place in the senior division, while in the junior division, Abdul-Rahman Khan claimed second place and Declan Kreiger earned an honorable mention. Winners, please make your way to the library today to collect your awards. Thank you to all participants, and congratulations to our talented winners!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Ms. Prinzi! Our winners are Umar Yaqoob and Mrs. Leader! Congratulations and don't forget to stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office to pick up your prize! Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in the Middle of Nowhere, NY (Actually, Franklin NY. Their graduating class was 28 kids and there were no stoplights in their town.) They've worked for Rush Henrietta for 1 year, and attended Geneseo and St. John Fisher. They also spent a semester in Costa Rica when they were in college. When not at Roth, they enjoy Reading, drawing, and watching The Big Bang Theory. If they could give their younger self advice, it would be to just think, "What if it all works out wonderfully?" 

    Sports

    Monday night the Mod B softball team played their final game of the season. Maddie Olsen made her pitching debut last night and Peyton Bill had 7 strikeouts for the evening. Arianna Diaz and Chloe Horn combine efforts from behind the plate. Congrats to Olivia Feagle, Zoey Thomas, Adelyn Cunningham, Indya Kemp, Evelyn Andreano, Gia Mastretta, Brooklyn Kuntz, Arianna Diaz, Peyton Bill, Maddie Olsen and Chloe Horn on a season of improving skills, learning rules and learning how to work as team mates. Way to go Lady Royal Comets.

    5/21/24 A Day

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mr. Spaulding! Our winners are Regi Dunlop and Ms. Barry, our head custodian!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Dansville, NY, attended SUNY Brockport and The College of Saint Rose and has worked in Rush Henrietta for 23 years? When not at work, they enjoy working on jigsaw puzzles, painting, reading, having dance parties with their kids, visiting the ocean, and eating tacos. They even once had a pet goat named Clancy! Their advice to their younger self is to stay away from people who make you feel like you're hard to love. 

    Music

    Congratulations to the 8/9 Concert Band, Orchestra and Chorus. Your concert last night was fantastic and we are very proud of you!!

    Clubs

    Math Team meets today after school in room 307.

    5/20/24 B Day

    This winter, the Henrietta Public Library invited students in grades 7-12 to participate in the Minerva Campbell Literary Contest. Interested students submitted original works in the form of short stories, essays, and poems for evaluation. Remarkable talent was showcased among the submissions and we are very proud to announce that several students from Roth placed in this literary contest! In the prose category, Tharuni Paskaran secured first place in the junior division. In the poetry category, Eshaal Humayun claimed first place in the senior division while in the junior division, Abdul-Rahman Khan claimed second place and Declan Kreiger earned an honorable mention. Winners, please make your way to the library today to collect your awards. Thank you to all participants, and congratulations to our talented winners!

    Attention 9th grade students: Don't forget to buy your ticket to the semi formal. They are on sale during lunch!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mrs. Miller! Our winners are Ally Peppard and Mr. Seidel!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Oswego, NY, attended SUNY Oswego and has worked in Rush Henrietta for about 1 year now? When not at Roth they enjoy going hiking with their wife, cuddling with their cats, or watching a good movie. They are left handed! If they could give their younger self advice, it would be that it's okay to have feelings! We cannot control how we feel but we can control how we react to that feeling. 

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner. 

    Music

    Attention 8/9 Band Members: Your Concert is tonight! Please be in the band room at 6:30pm. Remember to be in concert dress (all black) and don't forget your instrument and music. Also-if you are a 9th grader and have a school owned instrument at home that can't go on the bus please bring it to school tonight. 

    Clubs

    Math Team on Tuesday May 21st

    5/17/24 A Day

    Attention Natural Helpers, your permission slip for spring training is due TODAY to the Counseling Center.

    Attention 9th grade students: Don't forget to buy your ticket to the semi formal. They are on sale during lunch!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mr. O'Connor! Our winners are Gavin DuFour and Mrs. Joseph! Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Henrietta and has been at Roth for 17 years? They enjoy local musicians and when not at Roth, they spend their time mingling with well known actors, actresses and singers. If they could give their younger self advice, it would be to "Be yourself!" Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner. 

    Sports

    Mod b boys baseball played Brighton last night. Jonathan Breeze was the starting pitcher. In the 3rd inning Cayden Thwaits hit a line drive into left field for a double, scoring 2 runs and also stealing 1 base! Jackson Cassidy then relieved Jonathan and got multiple strike outs. Thanks to Parker Fay for scoring.  RH took the win 13-6! RH will go on to play Webster on Monday. Go RH!

    5/16/24 B Day

    Attention Natural Helpers, your permission slip for spring training is due TOMORROW to the Counseling Center. You can download one from the Natural Helpers classroom or pick one up in the Counseling Center. Contact Mr. Elphick with any questions.

    Attention 9th grade students: Ticket sales for the Semi Formal will be sold during 9th grade lunches through May 23rd. Join us Friday, May 31st for our Semi Formal Dance, "A Starry Sparkling Night." Tickets are $10 each, there will be no tickets sold at the door, so be sure to buy your tickets by May 23rd!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mrs. Biata! Our winners are Dominic Hillin and Mrs. Flores!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Gates, NY, attended Roberts Wesleyan College and SUNY Brockport, and has been teaching in RH for 3 years? They enjoy playing fetch with their dog, and at any party, their friends will always say they are the BEST dancer. If they could give their younger self advice, it would be to don't wear jeans to school when its hot out! Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner. 

    Sports

    Last night in mod B softball action, your lady Royal Comets fought a tough battle on the field in Webster. Peyton Bill and Chloe Horn combine efforts from the mound and behind the plate--recording 3 strikeouts. Maddie Olsen had a double play and Chloe Horn had a beautiful foul ball pop fly catch. Offensively- the Royal Comets stole 28 bases. Zoey Thomas hit an impressive single. In the final inning of the game- the Royal Comets scored an impressive 11 runs. Way to go Ladies! On Friday, the team takes on East Irondequoit away.

    Clubs

    Dungeons & Dragons Club will meet after school TODAY in Mrs Kleemann’s room.

    Board Game Club TODAY in Mrs. Claeys' Room 131! Feel free to bring a friend! Hope to see you there! 

    5/15/24 A Day

    Attention 9th grade students: Ticket sales for the Semi Formal will be sold during 9th grade lunches starting Monday through May 23rd. Join us Friday, May 31st for our Semi Formal Dance, "A Starry Sparkling Night." Tickets are $10 each, there will be no tickets sold at the door, so be sure to buy your tickets by May 23rd!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mr. Cole! Our winners are Tiffany Pham and Mrs. Welch!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Chili, NY, attended William Smith College and Nazareth College, and has worked for Rush Henrietta for 23 years? They enjoy spending time with their family, walking their dogs, and exercising. They actually donated a kidney to a friend of theirs 13 years ago. Advice they would give their younger self is don't try to be perfect. No one is perfect. Live your best life, being kind and everything will work out in the end.

    Sports

    The Roth student council will host a student and staff kickball game on June 6th at 5:30. We will pass out applications to participate during lunch this week. They will be due May 29th. If you don't want to participate and still come you need a parent/guardian. Please consider coming to the Roth kickball game!

    Clubs

    Board Game Club this Thursday 5/16 in Mrs. Claeys' Room 131! Feel free to bring a friend! Hope to see you there!

    Dungeons & Dragons Club will meet after school this Thursday in Mrs Kleemann’s room.

    5/14/24 B Day

    Attention 9th grade students: Ticket sales for the Semi Formal will be sold during 9th grade lunches starting Monday through May 23rd. Join us Friday, May 31st for our Semi Formal Dance, "A Starry Sparkling Night." Tickets are $10 each, there will be no tickets sold at the door, so be sure to buy your tickets by May 23rd!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is Mrs. Keenan! Our winners, picked at random from all the correct answers, are Liam Nolan and Mrs. Prinzi! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: What staff member grew up in Rush-Henrietta (and actually went to Roth), Attended Roberts Wesleyan College and has been working at Roth for 4 years? They coach football, wrestling, and lacrosse and are a Buffalo Bills fan. The advice they'd give their younger self is, to make as many friends as possible. You never knw what connections may help you later on in life.

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner. 

    Sports

    The Roth student council will host a student and staff kickball game on June 6th at 5:30. We will pass out applications to participate during lunch this week. They will be due May 29th. If you don't want to participate and still come you need a parent/guardian. Please consider coming to the Roth kickball game!

    Clubs

    Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday May 14th afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies

    Board Game Club this Thursday 5/16 in Mrs. Claeys' Room 131! Feel free to bring a friend! Hope to see you there!

    Critter Club meets in room 221 today. Come meet Bonnie the pug!

    Music

    Congratulations to the Jazz Band, Chamber Orchestra and Dedicated Voices!! Your concert last night was fantastic!! We are so very proud of you!

    5/13/24 A Day

    Attention 9th grade students: Ticket sales for the Semi Formal will be sold during 9th grade lunches starting Monday through May 23rd. Join us Friday, May 31st for our Semi Formal Dance, "A Starry Sparkling Night." Tickets are $10 each, there will be no tickets sold at the door, so be sure to buy your tickets by May 23rd!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is Mrs. Winkler! Our winners are Paige Wescott and Mr. Lagueras! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: What staff member grew up in Jamestown, NY, attended Ohio University and St. John Fisher College, and has worked in RH for over a decade? When not at school they spend their time parenting their three young children. When they were in middle school, they were their county's 100-meter hurdle champion two years in a row in track and field! If they could go back and give their younger self advice, they would say don't be so worried about what other people think! 

    Sports

    The Roth student council will host a student and staff kickball game on June 6th at 5:30. We will pass out applications to participate during lunch this week. They will be due May 29th. If you don't want to participate and still come you need a parent/guardian. Please consider coming to the Roth kickball game!

    Clubs

    Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday May 14th afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies

    Board Game Club this Thursday 5/16 in Mrs. Claeys' Room 131! Feel free to bring a friend! Hope to see you there!

    Attention Jewelry club members! You need to go to Mrs Kleemann’s room immediately after today’s announcements for a quick year book photo. All members of jewelry club please go to room 133. Thank you

    Chess Club will be meeting afterschool in Mr. Broz's room 305 today. Stop on by for the yearbook photo, all past members are eligible to be part of the yearbook photo. 

    Music

    Attention Jazz Band Members: Your concert is TONIGHT!! Please be in the band room at 6:30pm dressed in all black with your instrument and music!! Looking forward to an awesome night of music!!

    5/10/24 B Day

    Attention 9th grade students: Ticket sales for the Semi Formal will be sold during 9th grade lunches starting Monday through May 23rd. Join us Friday, May 31st for our Semi Formal Dance, "A Starry Sparkling Night." Tickets are $10 each, there will be no tickets sold at the door, so be sure to buy your tickets by May 23rd!

    Staff Spotlight! The answer is, Mrs. Shechter! Our winners, picked at random from all the correct answers, are Justin Davis and Mr. Seidel! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize! Today's question is: What staff member grew up Oneida, NY, attended SUNY Cortland, The College of St. Rose, and has worked in Rush Henrietta for 24 years? They like to mountain bike, play pickle ball, walk their dog Finn, and cold plunge. They also used to coach downhill racing, youth soccer and mentor youth mountain bikers. The advice they'd give their younger self is to see the ups and downs of life as an adventure.

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner. 

    Sports

    Last night the lady royal comet mod B softball team took on East Irondequoit. Chloe Horn and Peyton Bill combine for 3 strikeouts for Irondequoit. The RH team played a solid defensive game--showcasing Gia Masetta making a fabulous left field catch as well as amazing hustle for pop flies hit foul. Adaline Cunningham and Olivia Feagle also make spectacular catches. Brooklyn Kuntz made a double play. Olivia Kemp and Indya Kemp both had singles. The mod b team takes on Canandaigua Away on Tuesday.

    Clubs

    Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday May 14th afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies

    Reminders

    Quick reminder - We are seeing more and more students wearing blankets around the halls. If you are cold, please get a sweatshirt or a jacket. Blankets are not permitted and if you are seen with one, you will be asked to put it away.

    We've been doing better with cell phones, but we still have room for improvement - please make sure that your cell phones are off and away during the day. If your phone is out, you will NOT be given a warning, you will just be asked to turn over your phone for the day. Don't forget that everyone belongs here at Roth! 

    5/9/24  A Day

    5/8/24 B Day

    Staff Spotlight! We had a lot of fun guesses yesterday! The answer is, Mrs. Sewruk from the counseling office! We only have one winner today, picked at random from all the correct answers, and that's Mrs. DeJac! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Chicago, attended the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, has been teaching for 17 years but only one year here at Roth, and has a father that invented Cool Ranch Doritos? This person enjoys making maple syrup with their family, milling lumber, and doing all kinds of tractor work. If they could go back in time, they would tell their younger self to keep yourself open to as many options as possible, and you'll never know where you'll end up!

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner. 

    Sports

    Rush Heneritta Mod B Boys baseball traveled to Honeoye Falls last night Starting pitcher Jonathan Breese Had a great start Getting 9 Strikeouts and only giving up 1 hit. Rh Jumped on HFL (Honeoye Falls) Early in the third inning Jonathan Breese hit an RBI Single bringing in 3 runs. Then Nathan Sibert (See-Bert) hit a line drive into left field running it out for a double. Nate, later relieved Jonathan Breese Getting One strike out Helping out the team. He was then relieved by Jackson Cassidy In the 7th Inning Getting 2 Strikeouts to end the Game RH Took the win Home 4--3. RH Will travel to Quest elementary school to play Hilton on Thursday. Go RH!

    Last night the Mod B Lady Royall Comets came ready to play. Peyton Bill had 6 strike outs from the mound. Chloe Horn did an amazing job catching and caused 3 outs for Brighton. Maddie Olsen, Arianna Diaz, Brooklyn Kuntz and Olivia showed exceptional fielding today. Gia Mistretta had a fabulous catch in left field as Adaline Cunningham, Indya Kemp, Zoey Thomas and Evelyn Andreano were hustling all game in the outfield. The Royal Comets had 21 stolen bases. Gia Mastretta and Brooklyn Kuntz both had RBI's. Peyton Bill, Zoey Thomas and Olivia Feagle all had singles. Olivia Feagle also had a double. The lady Royal comets scored an impressive 22 runs. On Thursday, the Royal Comets play at home vs. Webster. 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday at 6:45am. This is the last rehearsal before our Monday night concert so please try to make every effort to be there.

    Any Dedicated Voices who are not staying after for sports on Thursday, please arrange for a ride home at 3:30pm tomorrow. There are no late buses and we need to get ready for our concert on Monday! 

    5/7/24 A Day

    Staff Spotlight! Wow! Yesterday we had the most correct answers yet! The answer is, of course, Coach Allen! Our winners, picked at random from all the correct answers, are Declan Krieger and Ms. Lippa! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Baldwinsville, attended St. John Fisher and Boston University and has been helping students here at Roth for 1 year? They played basketball in college and enjoy hanging with their family and enjoying nature. If they could give their younger self advice it would be to work harder!

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner.

    Music

    Congratulations to the 7th grade Band, Orchestra and Chorus. Your concert last night was fantastic and we are so proud of you!

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday this week at 6:45am. These are the last rehearsals before our Monday night concert so please try to make every effort to be at both rehearsals.

    5/6/24 B Day

    Staff Spotlight! No one guessed the answer on Friday! It was our very own Health Aide, Mrs. Brock-Watts!

    Today's question is a little easier: This staff member grew up in Henrietta, attended SUNY Brockport and has been teaching for 17 years! They enjoy chilling with their family, coaching Rush-Henrietta Track and Field, and playing golf with friends - and they actually hit their first hole-in-one last year! If they could give their younger self advice it would be to be authentically yourself and love people. 

    Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner!

    Sports

    On Friday- the mod B softball team matched up against Canandaigua for a long, competitive game. Peyton Bill recorded 9 strikeouts in combination with catcher Chloe Horn. Gia Mastretta and Chloe Horn both singled in the game. Maddie Olsen, Arianna Diaz, Indya Kemp and Evelyn Andreano recorded stolen bases as the team scored 6 runs. Olivia Feagle showed her skills at 1st base. Maddie Olsen had the 1st double play of the season. Way to go RH--huge improvement since the start of the season. The Royal Comets play on Tuesday at home.

    Clubs

    The student council will be meeting today after school in room 309 (note the room change to 309). We will be finalizing all of the details for the staff/student kickball game coming this June. All are welcome, but please be there on time! See you Monday

    The Arabic Language club will meet tomorrow May 7th after school in rm 221. See you then. 

    UNO CLUB Will meet this Tuesday, May 7th in Mrs. Claeys' room 131. Please sign up on the sheet outside of room 131. Feel free to bring a friend! See you there.

    5/3/24 A Day

    Staff Spotlight! The answer from yesterday is... Mrs. Cassara! Our winners, picked at random from all the correct answers, are Ryan Guo and Mrs. Keenan! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize!

    Today's question is: Which staff member grew up right here in Henrietta, attended the State University College at Brockport and has been in the district for 6 1/2 years? When not at Roth, this person likes to read, watch their boys play football or wrestle, and hang out with their family which includes their 5 siblings, 4 nephews and 3 nieces! This staff member can sleep anywhere - they once fell asleep in Chuck E. Cheese! If they could go back in time and give their younger self advice, they would say don't let great opportunities pass you by, try everything!

    Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner! 

    Clubs

    The student council will be meeting on Monday, May 6th after school in room 309 (note the room change to 309). We will be finalizing all of the details for the staff/student kickball game coming this June. All are welcome, but please be there on time! See you Monday

    Sports

    Baseball Mod B played Calkins Road Middle School last night and had a great start Jackson Cassidy was the starting pitcher getting several strikeouts. Jackson was relieved by Nathan Sibert (see-bert) who kept RH's Lead. Kyle Coleman Had a Great hit - hitting it all the way to center field, rolling to the wall. Graydon Gervasee hit a great double, sliding into second base. And Nathan Sibert (see-bert) was relieved by the closer Landon Patterson who did great getting back to back to back strikeouts to end the game. RH took the win home 7-3 and will travel to Mendon Center Elementary School tonight to play Barker Road Middle School.

    Last night the mod B softball team faced the Honeoye Falls Lima cougars. Despite the Cougars having talented pitchers, the Lady Royal Comets came out with their bats swinging. Chloe Horn got a single, Maddie Olsen had 3 stolen bases and 2 fabulous slides at home plate. Zoey Thomas made her pitching debut for the Royal Comets and had 2 strike outs. Chloe Horn and Arianna Diaz combine efforts from behind the plate and showed tremendous hustle. Peyton Bill, Gia Mastretta, Evelyn Andreano, Olivia Feagle and Ariel Perez were busy hustling in the outfield and backing up throws in the infield. Today the ladies face Canandaigua at home. 

    5/2/24 B Day

    Track and field practice for all varsity and JV athletes is canceled for today (Thu)

    Staff Spotlight! We had a lot of fun guesses and the answer is... Dr. Windover! Our winners, picked at random from all the correct answers, are Melody Wondimu and Mrs. Duritza! Please stop down to Mrs. Kemper's office today to pick up your prize! Today's question is: Which staff member grew up in Brighton, NY, attended Ithaca College and SUNY Brockport and spent a semester of college in Hollywood, working on a couple of different TV shows. They've worked for Rush Henrietta for 20 years and when they're not at Roth they spend time with their son and daughter. If they could go back in time and give themselves advice it would be to not be afraid to take reasonable risks! Stepping away from what is familiar can be an amazing opportunity for growth. Do you think you know the answer? Fill out the form in your email sent from Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am

    Clubs

    The student council will be meeting on Monday, May 6th after school in room 309 (note the room change to 309). We will be finalizing all of the details for the staff/student kickball game coming this June. All are welcome, but please be there on time! See you Monday

    NJHS will meet after school TODAY in Mrs. Kleemann's room 

    5/1/24 A Day

    Staff Spotlight! Which staff member Grew up in Gates, NY, attended MCC, SUNY Brockport, St. Joseph's University, St. John Fisher, and SUNY New Paltz? They've been working here for 1 year and spend their free time watching their children play sports, cleaning up after their pets and reading. Before they became an educator, they worked in the hotel industry as a wedding planner. If they could go back in time and give their younger self advice, it would be to be patient with themselves! Do you think you know the answer? Email Mrs. Shechter and two lucky winners (one student and one staff member) will be picked at random to win a small prize. Stay tuned tomorrow for the answer and listen for your name to see if you are our lucky winner!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am

    Clubs

    The student council will be meeting on Monday, May 6th after school in room 309 (note the room change to 309). We will be finalizing all of the details for the staff/student kickball game coming this June. All are welcome, but please be there on time! See you Monday

    NJHS will meet after school Thursday, May 2nd in Mrs. Kleemann's room 

    4/24/24 B Day

    We have some exciting news. Omar Hussain has been named principal at Roth Junior High School! He will assume his role July 1, 2024, taking over from Marc Nelson, who has served as interim principal since late February.

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am.

    Clubs

    Juggling Club will meet after school on Thursday.

    4/23/24 A Day

    Congratulations to Lila Grodensky for winning the Women's History of the Month Video Contest. She attended lunch with the superintendent yesterday in celebration of this awesome achievement. Way to go Lila!

    Sports

    Starting today, the boys' athletic office will be closed until the bell rings at 7:18 am. Baseball/Softball players - Please do not drop your equipment at the boys' office until after the bell rings and the PE teachers are there to let you in. 

    Clubs

    4/23: Chess Club, Math Team, and the All Abilities Club will meet after school. Crochet club is canceled today after school with Mrs Kleemann. Listen for an announcement of the rescheduled date. 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday morning at 6:45am. Mr. Kazacos will be out of the building this afternoon, so Dedicated Voices will not be rehearsing after school today. There will be rehearsal after school on Thursday. Be sure to bring your permission slip for the Lilac Festival if you have not turned it in already.

    4/22/24 B Day

    Sports

    Starting tomorrow, the boys' athletic office will be closed until the bell rings at 7:18 am. Baseball/Softball players - Please do not drop your equipment at the boys' office until after the bell rings and the PE teachers are there to let you in. 

    Clubs

    4/22: Chamber Orchestra and Fitness Club meet after school

    4/23: Chess Club, Crochet Club, Math Team, and the All Abilities Club will meet after school

    4/19/24 A Day

    Clubs

    4/22: Chamber Orchestra and Fitness Club meet after school

    4/23: Chess Club, Crochet Club, and Math Team will meet after school

    4/18/24 B Day

    Small Gestures mean a lot! If you have any leftover Eclipse glasses, please turn them into the office. We are collecting them to send to children in South America for them to use for their eclipse in October! We will be collecting the eclipse glasses until Friday.

    Congratulations to the RH women-modified Lacrosse team on their win against Churchville-Chili! Emily Rissew had a goal early in the game to get the Lady Comets started. Mila Garland followed that up with 5 goals. Brooke Hobbs and Aleecia Outlaw added a goal each to cap off the Win. The defense was led by goalie Bailey Bumbarger. The Lady comets travel to Pittsford on Thursday.

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday this week at 6:45am!!

    Today - Dungeons & Dragons club will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room.

    Do you love playing board and card games? Have you always wanted to learn how to play board and card games? Are you looking for a place to hang out & play games with your friends after school? Please join Mrs. Claeys after school in room 131 to play games with other Roth students! Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room. Everyone is welcome to participate. Feel free to bring a friend. Hope to see you there!

    The craft club is also meeting after school. There is a sign-up sheet on the door of room 122. You will only be able to attend if you sign up. 

    4/17/24 A Day

    Small Gestures mean a lot! If you have any leftover Eclipse glasses, please turn them into the office. We are collecting them to send to children in South America for them to use for their eclipse in October! We will be collecting the eclipse glasses until Friday.

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday this week at 6:45am!!

    Tomorrow - Dungeons & Dragons club will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room.

    Do you love playing board and card games? Have you always wanted to learn how to play board and card games? Are you looking for a place to hang out & play games with your friends after school? Please join Mrs. Claeys after school in room 131 to play games with other Roth students! Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room. Everyone is welcome to participate. Feel free to bring a friend. Hope to see you there!

    The craft club is also meeting after school. There is a sign-up sheet on the door of room 122. You will only be able to attend if you sign up. 

    4/16/24 B Day

    Small Gestures mean a lot! If you have any leftover Eclipse glasses, please turn them into the office. We are collecting them to send to children in South America for them to use for their eclipse in October! We will be collecting the eclipse glasses until Friday.

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday this week at 6:45am!!

    4/15/24 A Day

    Small Gestures mean a lot! If you have any leftover Eclipse glasses, please turn them into the office. We are collecting them to send to children in South America for them to use for their eclipse in October! We will be collecting the eclipse glasses until Friday.

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday this week at 6:45am!!

    4/12/24 B Day

    Attention - Mod. B Baseball practice is canceled today.

    Attention - Mod Tennis is canceled today.

    Small gestures mean a lot! If you have any leftover Eclipse glasses, please turn them in to the office. We are collecting them to send to children in South America for them to use for their eclipse in October! We will be collecting the eclipse glasses from now until next Friday. 

    Today is the National Day of Silence. On this day, nationwide, students take a daylong vow of silence to symbolize the effect of anti-LGBTQ+ bullying and harassment. If you are interested in participating, you can pick up your vow of silence card in front of the auditorium. You will be able to show this card to your teachers to explain that you are participating in the day of silence. See an A.P. or Mr. O'Connor with questions.

    Clubs

    4/15 - Student Council will be having their next meeting on Monday, April 15th. We will be planning our faculty/student kickball game coming this June 6th. There is a room change for this meeting...It will be in Ms. Flood's room, ROOM 309. All are welcome, but please be on time. Looking forward to seeing you there :) 

    4/16- Do you love playing the card game, UNO? Have you always wanted to learn how to play UNO? Are you looking for a place to hang out & play UNO with your friends after school? Please join Mrs. Claeys on Tuesday, April 16th, after school in room 131 to play UNO with other Roth students! Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room. Everyone is welcome to participate. Hope to see you there! 

    4/16 - The Critter Club will meet on Tuesday April 16th afterschool in Mrs. Cresswell's room. Come meet Mr. Barber's Beagle mix!! See you then. 

    4/11/24 A Day

    Attention! Mod B Baseball is Canceled today.

    Friday, April 12th is the National Day of Silence. On this day, nationwide, students take a daylong vow of silence to symbolize the effect of anti-LGBTQ+ bullying and harassment. If you are interested in participating, you can pick up your vow of silence card in front of the auditorium on Friday. You will be able to show this card to your teachers to explain that you are participating in the day of silence. See an A.P. or Mr. O'Connor with questions.

    Small gestures mean a lot! If you have any leftover Eclipse glasses, please turn them in to the office. We are collecting them to send to children in South America for them to use for their eclipse in October! We will be collecting the eclipse glasses from now until next Friday. 

    Clubs

    Today

    Juggling Club in room 305

    National Junior Honor Society will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann’s room.

    Upcoming:

    Student Council will be having their next meeting on Monday, April 15th. We will be planning for our faculty/student kickball game coming this June 6th. There is a room change for this meeting...It will be in Ms. Flood's room, ROOM 309. All are welcome, but please be on time. Looking forward to seeing you there :) 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday at 6:45 am this week. 

    4/10/24 B Day

    Friday April 12th is the National Day of Silence. On this day, nationwide, students take a daylong vow of silence to symbolize the effect of anti-LGBTQ+ bullying and harassment. If you are interested in participating, you can pick up your vow of silence card in front of the auditorium on Friday. You will be able to show this card to your teachers to explain that you are participating in the day of silence. See an A.P. or Mr. O'Connor with questions.

    WEB Leaders would like to congratulate the 7th graders in Mrs. Kramer's Period 1 class. They brought the most school spirit during our Solar Eclipse Spirit Week, and will enjoy a special treat this week. A big thank you to all members of our Roth community who participated in the spirit week: you make our school a fun place to be!

    Clubs

    Tomorrow Juggling Club in room 305

    National Junior Honor Society will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann’s room.

    Upcoming:

    Student Council will be having their next meeting on Monday, April 15th. We will be planning for our faculty/student kickball game coming this June 6th. There is a room change for this meeting...It will be in Ms. Flood's room, ROOM 309. All are welcome, but please be on time. Looking forward to seeing you there :) 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday at 6:45 am this week. 

    4/9/24 A Day

    Friday April 12th is the National Day of Silence. On this day, nationwide, students take a daylong vow of silence to symbolize the effect of anti-LGBTQ+ bullying and harassment. If you are interested in participating, you can pick up your vow of silence card in front of the auditorium on Friday. You will be able to show this card to your teachers to explain that you are participating in the day of silence. See an A.P. or Mr. O'Connor with questions.

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday at 6:45 am this week. 

    3/28/24 B Day

    This week is spirit week! It's the Roth Total Eclipse Spirit Week! Hopefully you remembered that today is "You can't eclipse our spirit!" Day and are wearing Green and Gold!

    Fun Fact: The eclipse on April 8th will be the most-viewed ever. This is based on four factors: First, the attention it will get from the media; second, the superb coverage of the highway system in our country; third, the typical weather on that date (April 8, 2024); and fourth, the vast number of people who will have access to it from large cities located near the eclipse path. 

    Clubs

    The Arabic Language club will meet on Tuesday April 9th (the day we get back from Spring break) Please sign up on Mrs. Cresswell's door as there are a limited number of spaces this meeting.

    Music

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Who played the role of Elphaba in the original Broadway production of Wicked?" The answer is: Idina Menzel. The musical premiered in 2003 and is being released this year as a movie. Idina Menzel made her Broadway debut as Maureen in Rent. She is also famous for her role as Elsa in the Frozen movies. And our final question is: "When was Music in our Schools month first celebrated? The answer is: "1985" Thank you for joining us for our Month long musical trivia celebration!

    Congratulations to the following Musician of the Months. We are so proud of your hard work, dedication and leadership. 7th Grade Macie Burleson - Bass Parker Fay - Trombone 8th Grade Cason Weaver - Trombone 9th Grade Raina St. John - Violin Carolyn Lamphere - Flute 

    3/27/24 A Day

    This week is spirit week! It's the Roth Total Eclipse Spirit Week! Hopefully you remembered that today is "Total Darkness Blackout Day" or "Wear all black" day.

    Tomorrow is Our spirit cannot be eclipsed Day. Wear Green and Gold! 

    Eclipse totalities are different lengths. The reason the total phases of solar eclipses vary in time is because Earth is not always at the same distance from the Sun, and the Moon is not always the same distance from Earth. 

    Clubs

    The Academic Challenge Bowl team finished off the season with another big win. They beat Bloomfield in a close match 100-90. Top scorers of the day were Kayden Thomas, Bella Lugo, and Alyssa Rosario. Also scoring points for the team was Lulya Abel, Naomi Teshome, and Isabella Serafine-Jehlen. Congrats on a great season for the whole team!!

    Music

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Who wrote Rhapsody in Blue?" The answer is: George Gerswhin. Written in 1924 for solo piano and jazz band. The piece combines elements of classical music with jazz influence. Today's question is: Who played the role of Elphaba in the original Broadway production of Wicked? Listen tomorrow for the answer!

    3/26/24 B Day

    This week is spirit week! It's the Roth Total Eclipse Spirit Week! Hopefully you remembered that today is "Wear your PJ's" day. Thanks!!! Tomorrow is Total Darkness, blackout day. Wear all black! 

    Did you know the Moon, directly between the Sun and Earth, casts a shadow on our planet. If you’re in the dark part of that shadow (the umbra), you’ll see a total eclipse. If you’re in the light part (the penumbra), you’ll see a partial eclipse and the Moon has to be between the Sun and Earth for a solar eclipse to occur. The only lunar phase when that happens is New Moon.

    Clubs

    Today: All Clubs are canceled for today. There is no late bus.

    Chess Club

    Please join Black Girl Magic Tuesday 3/26 after school in Room #123! Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices. All are welcome. Check us out! If you have questions, please see Ms. Dorsey-Patros, Ms. Marshmon or Ms. Sewruk (Sev-Rick) 

    Music

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "When was Spotify created?" The answer is April 23, 2006. A Swedish audio streaming and media service provider founded by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon. Today's question: "Who wrote Rhapsody in Blue?" Listen tomorrow for the answer!

    3/25/24 A Day

    This week is spirit week! It's the Roth Total Eclipse Spirit Week! Did you know this will be the first total solar eclipse in the continental U.S. in 7 years. The last one occurred August 21, 2017. It crossed the country from Oregon to South Carolina, and millions of people viewed it successfully. Before that one, you have to go back to February 26, 1979. And it will be 20 years until the next one: August 23, 2044.

    Hopefully you remembered that today is "don't throw shade" day. Be kind to others and wear your sunglasses. Please listen to your teachers if they ask you to take the sunglasses off during instruction. Thanks!!! 

    Tomorrow is PJ Day - it will be dark during the eclipse, so why not wear your PJs and be comfy?! 

    Sports

    Calling all mod softball players------ tryouts begin TODAY Monday at Burger from 3:45-5:30. Be ready with appropriate clothing and sneakers for an indoor tryout, bring a glove and bat if you have them. Make sure you have a ride to pick you up promptly after tryouts.

    Upcoming clubs:

    Today:

    Baking Club 

    Chamber Orchestra

    Fitness Club

    Attention Academic Challenge Bowl team. Our final competition is today after school. Meet Mr. Prinzi in the cafeteria after school today. Go to Google Classroom for more information or find Mr. Prinzi if you have any questions. 

    Tuesday:

    Chess Club

    Please join Black Girl Magic Tuesday 3/26 after school in Room #123! Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices. All are welcome. Check us out! If you have questions, please see Ms. Dorsey-Patros, Ms. Marshmon or Ms. Sewruk (Sev-Rick) 

    Music

    Friday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Which song has been in the #1 spot on the Billboard Chart for the most consecutive weeks?" The answer is: "Old Town Road by Lil Nas X at 19 consecutive weeks. The record was previously held by "One Sweet Day" by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men at 16 consecutive weeks at #1. Old Town road is also the shortest song in length to #1 since "I'm Henry VIII I am" in 1965. Today's question is: When was Spotify created? Listen tomorrow for the answer!

    3/20/24 B Day

    Student Council is hosting an online clothing sale from now until Friday. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Calling all mod softball players------ tryouts begin next Monday at Burger from 3:45-5:30. Make sure you come prepared by having your electronic family id/arbiter medical history information submitted and approved by your school nurse. Be ready with appropriate clothing and sneakers for an indoor tryout, bring a glove and bat if you have them. Make sure you have a ride to pick you up promptly after tryouts each day next week.

    Clubs

    Tomorrow: Juggling Club in room 305 

    Music

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "What was Elvis Presley's middle name?" The answer is: "Aaron". Known as the "king of rock and roll", Elvis was born in 1935 in Mississippi, later moving to Memphis, Tennessee. 

    Today's question is: "What is the price of the highest selling violin?" Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/19/24 A Day

    Student Council is hosting an online clothing sale from now until Friday. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Calling all mod softball players------ tryouts begin next Monday at Burger from 3:45-5:30. Make sure you come prepared by having your electronic family id/arbiter medical history information submitted and approved by your school nurse. Be ready with appropriate clothing and sneakers for an indoor tryout, bring a glove and bat if you have them. Make sure you have a ride to pick you up promptly after tryouts each day next week.

    Clubs

    Today

    Chess Club in room 305, Crochet Club in room 133, Math Club in room 307, and The All Abilities Allies Club in room 221

    Upcoming

    Thursday - Juggling Club in room 305 

    Music

    Friday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "What does the Italian musical term adagio mean?" The answer is: Slow - it is a tempo marking, indicating the piece should be played at a slow leisurely tempo. Today's question is: "What was Elvis Presley's middle name?" Listen Monday for the answer!

    3/18/24 B Day

    Student Council is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Modified outdoor track starts Monday March 25th. Practice is 3:00-4:30 !! Monday - Thursday the 1st week. Be sure your ride home picks you up at Roth at 4:30 !! Please be dressed for the weather for outside !!

    Clubs

    Today

    Chamber Orchestra and Fitness Club

    Tomorrow

    Chess Club in room 305, Crochet Club in room 133, Math Club in room 307, and The All Abilities Allies Club in room 221

    Upcoming

    Thursday - Juggling Club in room 305 

    Music

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Who won the award for top R&B Artist at the Billboard Music Awards in 2018?" The answer is: Bruno Mars - he also won awards for Top R&B Male Artist and Top R&B album at that awards. Today's question is: What does the Italian musical term adagio mean? Listen Monday for the answer!

    3/15/24 A Day

    Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth tonight, March 15th. The event will go from 5:30 - 8. Tickets for this event are $5 and will be sold only during lunches Monday - Thursday. No tickets will be sold on Friday due to the order of the food. We will eat dinner in the cafeteria and then move to the auditorium to enjoy the movie Grown-Ups. If you have any questions, please reach out to a Student Council member or Mrs. Biata or Ms. Flood 

    Student Council is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Modified outdoor track starts Monday March 25th. Practice is 3:00-4:30 !! Monday - Thursday the 1st week. Be sure your ride home picks you up at Roth at 4:30 !! Please be dressed for the weather for outside !!

    Clubs

    Upcoming:

    Monday - Chamber Orchestra & Fitness Club

    Tuesday - Chess Club in room 305, Crochet Club in room 133, Math Club in room 307, and The All Abilities Allies Club in room 221

    Thursday - Juggling Club in room 305 

    Music

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "What instrument is used by the indigenous people of Australia to accompany ceremonial dancing and singing?" The answer is: "Didgeridoo - classified as a wind instrument it produces a continuous drone while using circular breathing to create a continuous sound. Developed at least 1,000 year ago by the Aboriginal people of northern Australia, it is in use today around the world. Today's question is: "Who won the award for top R&B Artist at the Billboard Music Awards in 2018?" Listen Monday for the answer!

    3/14/24 B Day

    Whether you celebrate St. Patrick's Day or not, you are invited to join us in the "wearing of the green" tomorrow!

    Student Council News:

    Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth Friday, March 15th. The event will go from 5:30 - 8. Tickets for this event are $5 and will be sold only during lunches Monday - Thursday. No tickets will be sold on Friday due to the order of the food. We will eat dinner in the cafeteria and then move to the auditorium to enjoy the movie Grown-Ups. If you have any questions, please reach out to a Student Council member or Mrs. Biata or Ms. Flood 

    Student Council is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Modified outdoor track starts Monday March 25th. Practice is 3:00-4:30 !! Monday - Thursday the 1st week. Be sure your ride home picks you up at Roth at 4:30 !! Please be dressed for the weather for outside !!

    Clubs

    Today:

    Juggling Club in room 305

    Upcoming:

    Monday - Chamber Orchestra & Fitness Club

    Tuesday - Chess Club, Crochet Club, and Math Club

    Thursday - Juggling Club 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse tomorrow at 6:45am

    Yesterday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Which singer is godmother to Elton John's two sons? The answer is: Lady Gaga! Elton John's two sons refer to her as "Gagamother" Today's Question is: What instrument is used by the indigenous people of Australia to accompany ceremonial dancing and singing? Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/13/24 A Day

    A message from the Admin Team - As the weather gets better, and we go outside for recess during lunches more often, we want to remind students of the expectations. The same rules about safety apply outside as inside. We need to make sure that we keep our hands to ourselves, we move safely (stay on the sidewalk, no running, pushing, etc.), and that we listen to the adults. They are there to keep everyone safe. Please stay away from the building so that you are not disturbing classes that are in session inside. Please note that students who do not follow these expectations will not be permitted to go outside and will be asked to remain in the cafeteria.

    Student Council News:

    Don't forget to get your ticket to dinner & a movie this Friday night! On sale for $5 during lunch today and tomorrow only!

    St. Patrick's Day is Sunday - Whether you celebrate or not, you are invited to join us in the "wearing of the green" on Friday, March 15th!

    The testing center is CLOSED today. 

    Student Councils is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Modified outdoor track starts Monday March 25th. Practice is 3:00-4:30 !! Monday - Thursday the 1st week. Be sure your ride home picks you up at Roth at 4:30 !! Please be dressed for the weather for outside !!

    Clubs

    March 13th - D.C. Club Students, we will have a meeting before lunch today to do a quick check-in and some updates.

    March 14th - Juggling Club 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse on Friday at 6:45am

    Mrs. Mate's lessons are cancelled today.

    Friday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Which Marvel movie's soundtrack won two Grammys?" The answer is: Black Panther - Nominated for 8 grammys, the film won for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media (complosed by Ludwig Goransson) and Best Rap Performance (for King's Dead by Kendrick Lamar, Hay Rock Future, & James Blake)" Today's question is: Which singer is godmother to Elton John's two sons? Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/12/24 B Day

    A message from the Admin Team - As the weather gets better, and we go outside for recess during lunches more often, we want to remind students of the expectations. The same rules about safety apply outside as inside. We need to make sure that we keep our hands to ourselves, we move safely (stay on the sidewalk, no running, pushing, etc.), and that we listen to the adults. They are there to keep everyone safe. Please stay away from the building so that you are not disturbing classes that are in session inside. Please note that students who do not follow these expectations will not be permitted to go outside and will be asked to remain in the cafeteria.

    Student Council News:

    Friday, March 15th Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth. The event will go from 5:30 - 8. Tickets for this event are $5 and will be sold only during lunches Monday - Thursday. No tickets will be sold on Friday due to the order of the food. We will eat dinner in the cafeteria and then move to the auditorium to enjoy the movie Grown-Ups. If you have any questions, please reach out to a Student Council member or Mrs. Biata or Ms. Flood

    Student Councils is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Two weeks from today begins modified spring sports tryouts. Are you ready? Family ID has to be completed and approved electronically before you are able to tryout. Be responsible....be prepared.

    Modified outdoor track starts Monday March 25th. Practice is 3:00-4:30 !! Monday - Thursday the 1st week. Be sure your ride home picks you up at Roth at 4:30 !! Please be dressed for the weather for outside !!

    Clubs

    TODAY:

     Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    Chess Club Critter Club - meets in Mrs. Creswell's room on Tuesday at 2:45 PM see you there.

    Attention Academic Challenge Bowl Team. We will have practice after school today in Mr. Prinzi's room. Also, please let Mr. Prinzi know if you are planning to attend our last competition. Go to our Google Classroom for details.

    March 13th - D.C. Club Students, we will have a meeting before lunch on Wednesday to do a quick check-in and some updates.

    March 14th - Juggling Club 

    Music

    There is no jazz band rehearsal on Wednesday, March 13th.

    Friday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Who sang the Spongebob Squarepants theme song for the movie?"? The answer is: Avril Lavigne - Canadian pop-punk singer/songwriter from the 2000's Today's question is: Which Marvel movie's soundtrack won two Grammy's? Listen tomorrow for the answer!

    3/11/24 A Day

    A message from the Admin Team - As the weather gets better and we go outside for recess during lunches more often, we want to remind students of the expecations. The same rules about safety apply outside as inside. We need to make sure that we keep our hands to ourselves, we move safely (stay on the sidewalk, no running, pushing, etc.), and that we listen to the aduls. They are there to keep everyone safe. Please stay away from the building so that you are not disturbing classes that are in session inside. Please note that students who do not follow these expectations will not be permitted to go outside and will be asked to remain in the cafeteria.

    Student Council News:

    Save the date: Friday, March 15th Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth. The event will go from 5:30 - 8. Tickets for this event are $5 and will be sold only during lunches Monday - Thursday. No tickets will be sold on Friday due to the order of the food. We will eat dinner in the cafeteria and then move to the auditorium to enjoy the movie Grown-Ups. If you have any questions, please reach out to a Student Council member or Mrs. Biata or Ms. Flood

    Student Councils is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Outdoor Track & Field begins March 11th! Only those signed up in Arbiter and cleared by the school nurse may practice.

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Two weeks from today begins modified spring sports tryouts. Are you ready? Family ID has to be completed and approved electronically before you are able to tryout. Be responsible....be prepared.

    Clubs

    TODAY:

    NJHS will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room. 

    Fitness Club also meets after school.

    Upcoming: March 12th - Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    Chess Club Critter Club - meets in Mrs. Creswell's room on Tuesday at 2:45 PM see you there.

    March 13th - D.C. Club Students, we will have a meeting before lunch on Wednesday to do a quick check-in and some updates.

    March 14th - Juggling Club 

    Music

    There is no jazz band rehearsal on Wednesday, March 13th.

    Friday's "Music in Our Schools" question was, "Which astronomer is name-dropped in "Bohemian Rhapsody"? The answer is: "Galileo!" Lead singer Freddie Mercury referred to the song as a "mock opera" and was intended to be a parody of traditional elements of opera. Today's question is: Who sang the Spongebob Squarepants theme song for the movie? Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/8/24 B Day

    Save the date: Friday, March 15th Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth. The event will go from 5:30 - 8pm. Stay tuned for more information!

    Student Councils is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Outdoor Track & Field begins March 11th! Only those signed up in Arbiter and cleared by the school nurse may practice.

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Clubs

    Upcoming:

    March 11th - NJHS will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room. 

    March 12th - Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    March 13th - D.C. Club Students, we will have a meeting to do a quick check-in and some updates.

    March 19th - Crochet club will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room 

    Music

    Roth's Tri-M Music Honor Society is hosting a trivia question each morning in honor of March being "Music in Our Schools" month.

    Yesterday's question was, "Which Eminem song has been streamed the most on Spotify?" 

    The answer is: "Lose Yourself". Written for the 2002 film 8 mile. It is also the most streamed song on Spotify from the 2000's.

    Today's question is: Which astronomer is name-dropped in "Bohemian Rhapsody"? Listen Monday for the answer! 

    3/7/24 A Day

    Save the date: Friday, March 15th Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth. The event will go from 5:30 - 8pm. Stay tuned for more information!

    Student Councils is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Attention All boys interested in playing Lacrosse. There will be an informational meeting in the Roth Gym TODAY at 2:45 until 3:30 to explain expectations for the upcoming season. Bus passes will be provided. Contact Coach Swan if you have any questions.

    Outdoor Track & Field begins March 11th! Only those signed up in Arbiter and cleared by the school nurse may practice.

    Are you interested in trying out for mod softball? Please go to the posters near the gym and locker room---get a google classroom code and join the classroom so you can stay updated. Tryouts begin Monday, March 25th.

    Clubs

    Today :

    Dungeons and Dragons club - in Mrs. Kleemann's room (133)

    Juggling Club - Mr. Broz (305)

    Board Game Club - Mrs. Claeys (131)

    Come play board games and card games with other Roth students! Bring a friend and have some fun! Sign up out side of Mrs. Claeys' room

    Upcoming:

    March 11th - NJHS will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room. 

    March 12th - Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held afterschool in Room 307. As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    March 13th - D.C. Club Students, we will have a meeting to do a quick check-in and some updates.

    March 19th - Crochet club will meet after school in Mrs. Kleemann's room 

    Music

    Dedicated Voices is canceled after school today.

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am

    Roth's Tri-M Music Honor Society is hosting a trivia question each morning in honor of March being "Music in Our Schools" month. Yesterday's question was, ""What is Benson Boone's best selling song this year?"  The answer is: Beautiful Things. Released on January 18th, 2024. It reached number one in Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Norway and Switzerland. Today's question is: Which Eminem song has been streamed the most on Spotify? Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/6/24 B Day

    Friday, March 15th Student Council will be hosting dinner and a movie here at Roth. The event will go from 5:30 - 8. Tickets for this event are $5 and will be sold only during lunches Monday - Thursday. No tickets will be sold on Friday due to the order of the food. We will eat dinner in the cafeteria and then move to the auditorium to enjoy the movie Grown-Ups. If you have any questions, please reach out to a Student Council member or Mrs. Biata or Ms. Flood

    Student Councils is hosting an online clothing sale from now until March 22nd. When completing the order form, please include the student's name as the name for the order to ensure we can get you your order when they come in. https://rothschoolstore24-1.itemorder.com/shop/category/97802/

    Sports

    Outdoor modified track begins March 11th! - Any 7th or 8th grader interested should sign up through the portal and be sure you have an up-to-date physical. Contact Coach Nolan with any questions.

    Attention All boys interested in playing Lacrosse. There will be an informational meeting in the Roth Gym on TOMORROW at 2:45 until 3:30 to explain expectations for the upcoming season. Bus passes will be provided. Contact Coach Swan if you have any questions.

    Clubs

    Tomorrow:

    Dungeons and Dragons club - in Mrs. Kleemann's room (133)

    Juggling Club - Mr. Broz (305) 

    Upcoming:

    March 13th - D.C. Club Students, we will have a meeting to do a quick check-in and some updates. Please report to the auditorium at the beginning of lunch then you will go to the cafe for lunch. 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am

    Roth's Tri-M Music Honor Society is hosting a trivia question each morning in honor of March being "Music in Our Schools" month. Yesterday's question was, "When is Louis (Lew-ee) Armstrong's Birthday?" The answer is August 4, 1901. The famous american trumpeter and vocalist was born in New Orleans. Today's question is: "What is Benson Boone's best selling song this year?" Listen tomorrow for the answer!

    3/5/24 A Day

    This week is Safety Week! We will be holding several drills this week including, but not limited to, a lockdown drill and evacuation. 

    Sports

    Modified Softball -There is an interest meeting TODAY after school in your school cafeteria. You will be able to ride the late bus home after the meeting is done. Look for flyers posted in your school about the modified google classroom so you can stay informed. If you have questions, feel free to contact Coach Blair or Coach Finewood.

    Girls Lacrosse - Attention all girls in grades 7-9 interested in playing lacrosse this spring: There will be an informational meeting TODAY from 2:40 - 3:30 in room 133, Mrs. Kleemann's room. Bus passes will be given.

    Outdoor modified track - Any 7th or 8th grader interested in participating in outdoor modified track should sign up through the portal and be sure you have an up-to-date physical. Contact Coach Nolan with any questions.

    Attention All boys interested in playing Lacrosse. There will be an informational meeting in the Roth Gym on Thursday at 2:45 until 3:30 to explain expectations for the upcoming season. Bus passes will be provided. Contact Coach Swan if you have any questions.

    Clubs

    Today :

    Uno Club - Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' door. Everyone is welcome to participate. Hope to see you there!

    Arabic Language Club in Mrs. Cresswell's classroom. We will be talking about wedding traditions. Come join the fun. 

    Chess Club in room 305

    Diversity Club

    Poetry Club in room 128

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday morning at 6:45am

    Roth's Tri-M Music Honor Society is hosting a trivia question each morning in honor of March being "Music in Our Schools" month. Yesterday's question was, "What was Dave Brubeck's top selling jazz hit?" The answer is: Take Five. Written by Paul Desmond, but first recorded in 1959 by the Dave Brubeck Quartet. It went on to become the biggest selling jazz single of all time. Today's question is: When is Louis Armstrong's Birthday? Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/4/24 B Day

    Remember, the gymnasium will be closed to all students in the morning. This will allow our PE teachers adequate time to prepare for their lessons. 9th graders should report to the cafeteria or the auditorium to wait for the bell. This will not affect intramurals on Tuesday / Thursday. In addition, students who wish to leave the auditorium will need to fill out an e-hall pass, just like they would do for a class.

    This week is Safety Week! We will be holding several drills this week including, but not limited to, a lockdown drill and evacuation. 

    Sports

    Mod B Boys Baseball - Attention 7th and 8th grade boys, there will be an informational meeting about Mod B Boys Baseball TODAY in the Large Conference Room after school from 2:40pm - 3:00pm. Tryouts are March 25,26, and 27th. Interested players must be registered in Family ID and cleared by the Health Office in order to try out. Google Classroom Code is e6mgmad.

    Modified Softball -There is an interest meeting TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 5th after school in your school cafeteria. You will be able to ride the late bus home after the meeting is done. Look for flyers posted in your school about the modified google classroom so you can stay informed. If you have questions, feel free to contact Coach Blair or Coach Finewood.

    Girls Lacrosse - Attention all girls in grades 7-9 interested in playing lacrosse this spring: There will be an informational meeting TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 5th from 2:40 - 3:30 in room 133, Mrs. Kleemann's room. Bus passes will be given.

    Outdoor modified track - Any 7th or 8th grader interested in participating in outdoor modified track should sign up through the portal and be sure you have an up-to-date physical. Contact Coach Nolan with any questions.

    Attention All boys interested in playing Lacrosse. There will be an informational meeting in the Roth Gym on Thursday at 2:45 until 3:30 to explain expectations for the upcoming season. Bus passes will be provided. Contact Coach Swan if you have any questions.

    Clubs

    Today :

    Chamber Orchestra

    Fitness Club

    Jewelry Club in room 133 - Be sure to sign up on the list outside of Mrs. Kleemann’s room to reserve your spot.

    Tomorrow: Do you love playing the card game, UNO? Have you always wanted to learn how to play UNO? Are you looking for a place to hang out and play UNO with your friends after school? Please join Mrs. Claeys tomorrow after school in room 131 to play UNO with other Roth students! Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' door. Everyone is welcome to participate. Hope to see you there!

    Arabic Language Club will meet Tomorrow, Tuesday March 5, in Mrs. Cresswell's classroom. We will be talking about wedding traditions. Come join the fun. 

    Music

    Roth's Tri-M Music Honor Society is hosting a trivia question each morning in honor of March being "Music in Our Schools" month. Yesterday's question was, "How many music electives does Roth offer?" The answer is 12! Band (7,8,9), Orchestra (7,8,9), Chorus (7,8,9), Music in our Digital Lives, Applied Music Technologies, and General Music. Today's question is: What was Dave Brubeck's top selling jazz hit? Listen tomorrow for the answer! 

    3/1/24 A Day

    Starting on Monday, March 4th, the gymnasium will be closed to all students in the morning. This will allow our PE teachers adequate time to prepare for their lessons. 9th graders should report to the cafeteria or the auditorium to wait for the bell. This will not affect intramurals on Tuesday / Thursday. In addition, students who wish to leave the auditorium will need to fill out an e-hall pass, just like they would do for a class.

    Sports

    3/4 - Mod B Boys Baseball - Attention 7th and 8th grade boys, there will be an informational meeting about Mod B Boys Baseball next week on Monday, March 4 in the Large  Conference Room after school from 2:40pm - 3:00pm. Tryouts are March 25,26, and 27th. Interested players must be registered in Family ID and cleared by the Health Office in order to try out. Google Classroom Code is e6mgmad.

    3/5 - Modified Softball -There is an interest meeting Tuesday, March 5th after school in your school cafeteria.  You will be able to ride the late bus home after the meeting is done. Look for flyers posted in your school about the modified google classroom so you can stay informed.  If you have questions, feel free to contact Coach Blair or Coach Finewood.

    3/5 - Girls Lacrosse - Attention all girls in grades 7-9 interested in playing lacrosse this spring: There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, March 5th from 2:40 - 3:30 in room 133, Mrs. Kleemann's room. Bus passes will be given.

    Outdoor modified track - Any 7th or 8th grader interested in participating in outdoor modified track should sign up through the portal and be sure you have an up-to-date physical. Contact Coach Nolan with any questions.

    Clubs

    3/5 - Uno Club in room 131. Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' door.

    Music

    Roth's Tri-M Music Honor Society is hosting a trivia question each morning in honor of March being music in our school's month. Today's question is: How many music electives does Roth offer?

    2/29/24 B Day

    Black Girl Magic and Coach Allen would like to highlight and celebrate John Lewis. 

    As we leave the inspiring month of February, we take this opportunity to pay tribute to the exemplary life and legacy of the late Congressman John Lewis.  John Lewis stands among those whose unwavering commitment to justice and civil rights continues to inspire us all.

    John Lewis was born on February 21, 1940, in Troy, Alabama.  He attended the American Baptist Theological Seminary, and went on to enroll at Fisk University, in Nashville, to earn a degree in religion and philosophy. John Lewis, often referred to as the "Conscience of the Congress," was a tireless advocate for equality, justice, and nonviolent activism. His courage, resilience, and dedication to the principles of freedom and equality have left an indelible mark on the fabric of American history.

    John Lewis Served in the United States House of Representatives for Georgia's 5th congressional district from 1987 until his death in 2020.  Lewis wrote. “What am I? I am a man who deeply believes in compassion and hope. A man who believes we can move beyond the anger, hatred and attacks that have assaulted our nation’s psyche. A man who, day after day, struggles to build the bridges that will allow us all to come together in Dr. King’s beloved community.”

    Together let us all honor John Lewis as we celebrate Black History today and everyday. 

    Sports

    Are you interested in playing Modified Softball this spring?   There is an interest meeting Tuesday, March 5th after school in your school cafeteria.  You will be able to ride the late bus home after the meeting is done. Look for flyers posted in your school about the modified google classroom so you can stay informed.  If you have questions, feel free to contact Coach Blair or Coach Finewood.

    Clubs

    2/29 - Juggling Club - Celebrate Leap year by learning how to juggle with the Roth Juggling Club in Mr. Broz's room 305 after school today. 

    2/29 - Math Team meet will be on Thursday February 29th afterschool in Room 307.  We will be designing a spiral of Theodorus using the Pythagorean Theorem!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    Music

    3/1 - Jazz Band will rehearse at 6:45 am

    2/28/24 A Day

    Black Girl Magic would like to highlight and celebrate Garrett Morgan. 

    Born in Paris, Kentucky, on March 4, 1877, Garrett Augustus Morgan was the seventh of 11 children.  A prolific inventor who called himself the “Black Edison,” Garrett Morgan created early versions of the traffic light and gas mask. He began his career as a sewing-machine mechanic before patenting an improved sewing machine design and a hair-straightening product. He established the G.A. Morgan Hair Refining Company and sold the cream to African Americans. His breathing device, known as a safety hood, provided the blueprint for World War I gas masks. The invention earned him the first prize at the Second International Exposition of Safety and Sanitation in New York City.    

    The first Black man in Cleveland to own a car, Morgan worked on his mechanical skills and developed a friction drive clutch.  Then, in 1923, he created a new kind of traffic signal, one with a warning light to alert drivers that they would need to stop. Morgan sold the rights to General Electric for $40,000.  In 2005, Morgan was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio. The Garrett Morgan School of Engineering and Innovation in the city is named in his honor.

    Sports

    Are you interested in playing Modified Softball this spring?   There is an interest meeting Tuesday, March 5th after school in your school cafeteria.  You will be able to ride the late bus home after the meeting is done. Look for flyers posted in your school about the modified google classroom so you can stay informed.  If you have questions, feel free to contact Coach Blair or Coach Finewood.

    Clubs

    2/29 - Juggling Club

    2/29 - Math Team meet will be on Thursday February 29th afterschool in Room 307.  We will be designing a spiral of Theodorus using the Pythagorean Theorem!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    Music

    3/1 - Jazz Band will rehearse at 6:45 am

    2/27/24 B Day

    Black Girl Magic would like to highlight and celebrate Mae Jemison.

    Mae Carol Jemison was born on October 17, 1956, in Decatur, Alabama.  She is an engineer, physician, author, public speaker, professor, and former NASA astronaut.  Dr. Jemison is fluent in Russian, Japanese, and Swahili.  

    She attended Stanford University on a National Achievement Scholarship, served as head of the Black Student Union, and received a bachelor of science in chemical engineering. Jemison then went on to earn a medical degree from Cornell University Medical College.  On June 4, 1987, Jemison became the first Black woman to be admitted into the NASA astronaut training program, and later to become the first African-American woman to travel into space.  Jemison has received a number of accolades. This includes several honorary doctorates, the Essence Science and Technology Award, the Ebony Black Achievement Award, and a Montgomery Fellowship from Dartmouth College. She was named Gamma Sigma Gamma Woman of the Year, and has an alternative public school in Detroit named after her.  Dr. Jemison founded The Earth We Share, an international space camp for children ages 12 through 16.  LEGO builders can find Jemison in the toy brand’s 2017 Women of NASA set.

    Sports

    Attention 7th and 8th grade boys, there will be an informational meeting about Mod B boys baseball next week on Monday, March 4 in the Large Conference Room after school from 2:40 - 3:00pm. Tryouts are March 25, 26, and 27th. Interested players must be registered in Family ID and cleared by the Health Office in order to try out.

    Clubs

    2/27  -Chess Club

    2/27 - Poetry Club

    2/27 - The next AAA (Triple A) meeting will be held on Tuesday after school.  Can't wait to see you. 

    2/29 - Juggling Club

    2/29 - Math Team meet will be on Thursday February 29th afterschool in Room 307.  We will be designing a spiral of Theodorus using the Pythagorean Theorem!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    2/26/24 A Day

    Join us in welcoming our new Interim Principal, Mr. Nelson!

    Black Girl Magic would like to highlight and celebrate founder of Black Girl Magic and 9th grade student Red Shumaker.

    Red was born November 11, 2009 and is Ethiopian.  She lives with her mother and two younger sisters. Red enjoys hanging with her friends, going to the movies and playing basketball.  Red is a member of two basketball teams, The Rockets and The Wheels. Red’s friends describe her as funny, supportive, pretty and an overall good person.  Her teachers say she is one of the best, is a hard worker, kind, and a natural leader.  

    Red was recently interviewed by WHAM 13 news for her participation and passion for wheelchair basketball. She is the winner of the 2024 National Girls & Women in Sports Day Annual Essay Contest inviting girls grades K-12 to share their stories, ideas, and experiences in sport.

    As part of her essay, Red wrote, “On the court I’m just me. The version of me I wish I could be with everyone. The version of me I wish people knew. The version of me I wish people asked about. Wheelchair basketball means the world to me because I can be the version of me that I love. I’m not saying that I don’t love every part of me, but loving the part of me that is competitive and is a winner, mindlessly and strategically playing the game, is my favorite part. We fall, we foul, we shoot and the crowd goes wild. I never miss, I guess you could say.”  Red hopes to be a motivational speaker in the future and help inspire others.

    Clubs

    2/26 - Chamber Orchestra

    2/26 - Fitness Club

    2/27  -Chess Club

    2/27 - Poetry Club

    2/27 - The next AAA (Triple A) meeting will be held on Tuesday after school.  Can't wait to see you. 

    2/29 - Juggling Club

    2/29 - Math Team meet will be on Thursday February 29th afterschool in Room 307.  We will be designing a spiral of Theodorus using the Pythagorean Theorem!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    Sports

    Are you interested in participating in a modified spring sport?  If so.... Family ID has opened so you can electronically fill out information.  You will have to have the form completed and approved by your school nurse before you can try out for a Spring Sport.... The Modified Spring Sport Season starts Monday, March 25th.  Keep your ears and eyes open for interest meetings in the near future.

    For any 7th or 8th grader interested in participating in outdoor modified track!!! The sign up period has opened. Be sure to sign up through the portal and be sure you have an up to date physical. If you have any questions please contact Coach Nolan 

    2/27 - There will be an informational meeting for anyone wishing to try out for JV or Varsity Softball on Tuesday, February 27th; 3pm in room A218 at the high school. Students can take the transfer bus over and late bus passes will be provided. If you have any questions please email Coach Rotola. 

    During the February recess, the Girls Track & Field team won the Section V Class A1 title at Nazareth University...their 10th title in the last 13 years!
     
    Leading the girls team was Haylie Smith sectional champion in the 3000m, 1500m and 4x8 relay with Ava Magyar, Audrey Gleghorn and Lindsay Richardson
    Jessica Sweet was the sectional champion in the 1500m race walk
    Lindsay Richardson was 2nd in the 1000m
    Taking 3rd place finishes were Nia Semon in the 55m, Tamera Witcher in the triple jump, Mia Favalo in the 1500m race walk and Elizabeth Gleghorn in the shot put
     
    The boys team placed 4th out of 17 schools
     
    Christian Wescott earned the sectional title in the 1000m while Nathan Sinclair was the champion in the pole vault
    Two relays scored well taking 3rd place. The 4x8 with Christian Wescott, Mikey Flannery, Zachary Terrano and Ethan Collum
    The 4x2 relay with Tyler Korndoerfer, Nasir Patton, John Pampoukidis and Tyler Trent
     
    This past weekend the team competed in the state qualifier.
     
    Earning a trip to the state championships next Saturday at Ocean Breeze on Staten Island will be Nathan Sinclair in the pole vault, Jahsiah Arnoald in the long jump, Jessica Sweet in the race walk and Haylie Smith in the 1000m

    2/16/24 B Day

    Enjoy your winter break! See you on February 26th!

    Black Girl Magic would like to highlight and celebrate Mae Jemison.

    Mae Carol Jemison was born on October 17, 1956, in Decatur, Alabama.  She is an engineer, physician, author, public speaker, professor, and former NASA astronaut.  Dr. Jemison is fluent in Russian, Japanese, and Swahili. 

    She attended Stanford University on a National Achievement Scholarship, served as head of the Black Student Union, and received a bachelor of science in chemical engineering. Jemison then went on to earn a medical degree from Cornell University Medical College.  On June 4, 1987, Jemison became the first Black woman to be admitted into the NASA astronaut training program, and later to become the first African-American woman to travel into space.  Jemison has received a number of accolades. This includes several honorary doctorates, the Essence Science and Technology Award, the Ebony Black Achievement Award, and a Montgomery Fellowship from Dartmouth College. She was named Gamma Sigma Gamma Woman of the Year, and has an alternative public school in Detroit named after her.  Dr. Jemison founded The Earth We Share, an international space camp for children ages 12 through 16.  LEGO builders can find Jemison in the toy brand’s 2017 Women of NASA set. 

    2/15/24 A Day

    Welcome Mr. Nelson, our interim Principal! If you see Mr. Nelson in school today make sure you say hello!

    Attention staff and students: February 12th - the 16th is spirit week. The themes for each day are.....

    Thursday - Country vs. Country club 

    Friday - Freaky Friday

    Clubs

    2/15 - Juggling Club CANCELLED

    2/15 - RIT STEP CANCELLED

    2/14/24 B Day

    Attention staff and students: February 12th - the 16th is spirit week. The themes for each day are.....

    Wednesday - Red Carpet/Pink Or Red Day 

    Thursday - Country vs. Country club 

    Friday - Freaky Friday

    Clubs

    2/15 - Juggling Club

    2/15 - RIT STEP

    2/13/24 A Day

    Attention staff and students Next week, February 12th - the 16th will be spirit week. The themes for each day are.....

    Tuesday - Dress Like A Teacher/Twin Day

    Wednesday - Red Carpet/Pink Or Red Day 

    Thursday - Country vs. Country club 

    Friday - Freaky Friday

    Clubs

    2/13 - Critter Club

    2/13 - GSA

    2/13 - Black Girl Magic: Please join Black Girl Magic today after school in Room #123 to Celebrate Black History Month! Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices.  All are welcome. If you have questions, please see Ms. Dorsey-Patros, Ms. Marshmon or Ms. Sewruk (Sev-Rick)

    Black Girl Magic would like to highlight and celebrate John Legend.

    John Legend was born December 28, 1978, in Springfield, Ohio.  He is an American singer, songwriter, pianist, record producer, and actor. He achieved success in the early 21st century with his fusion of R&B and soul music.   Legend attended North High School in Springfield, Ohio, from which he graduated as salutatorian of his class.  At the age of 16, he enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania and served as the president and musical director of the co-ed jazz and pop a cappella group the Counterparts.  Legend graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in English with an emphasis on African-American literature in 1999.Legend was the first African American man to win all four major North American entertainment awards (EGOT: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony).  Legend also won praise for his philanthropic efforts, in particular his work to improve educational opportunities in poor communities.  Legend is married to model Chrissy Teigen and the couple has four children.

    2/12/24 B Day

    Attention staff and students Next week, February 12th - the 16th will be spirit week. The themes for each day are.....

    Monday - Adam Sandler Day

    Tuesday - Dress Like A Teacher/Twin Day

    Wednesday - Red Carpet/Pink Or Red Day 

    Thursday - Country vs. Country club 

    Friday - Freaky Friday

    Clubs

    2/13 - Critter Club

    2/13 - GSA

    2/13 - Black Girl Magic: Please join Black Girl Magic today after school in Room #123 to Celebrate Black History Month! Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices.  All are welcome. If you have questions, please see Ms. Dorsey-Patros, Ms. Marshmon or Ms. Sewruk (Sev-Rick)

    2/9/24 A Day

    Attention staff and students Next week, February 12th - the 16th will be spirit week. The themes for each day are.....

    Monday - Adam Sandler Day

    Tuesday - Dress Like A Teacher/Twin Day

    Wednesday - Red Carpet/Pink Or Red Day 

    Thursday - Country vs. Country club 

    Friday - Freaky Friday

    The next Critter Club meeting will be held on Tuesday Feb. 13th after school in Mrs. Cresswell's room.  Come meet some of Dr. Windover's family pets!

    Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday, February 13th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    Our Roth school counselors are superheroes! Today is the last day of school counselor week, so stop by the counseling office to say thank you to the ladies who use their superhero powers to spread love, joy, positivity and caring! Thank you, Mrs. Hernandez, Mrs. Eason, Ms. Sewruk, Mrs. Harding, Mrs. LaPlaca and Mrs. Prinzi.

    2/13 - Critter Club

    2/13 - GSA

     

     

     

     

    2/8/24 B Day

    This season the Boys Varsity bowling team finished 15-1 and won the Monroe County league title.  A quartet of eighth graders - Jayden Austin-Reisinger, Carter D'Ambrosia, Kyle Hahn, and Declan Kreiger are members of this winning team.  The team will finish their season next Friday at their sectional tournament.
     
    Also the Girls Varsity bowling team finished their regular season undefeated going 14-0 en route to their first Monroe County league title since 2008.  Helping to lead the charge this year were Ashley Karns, Emalee Kent, and Sarah Doud.  The team will finish their season next Wednesday at their sectional tournament.

    Jazz band will rehearse on Friday morning at 6:45am.

    Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday February 13th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    A reminder that National Junior honor society meets today after school in Mrs. Kleeman’s room. 

    2/8 - National Junior Honor Society
     
    2/8 - Juggling Club
     
    2/8 - RIT STEP

     

    2/6/24 B Day

    Clubs

    On Monday night, the academic challenge bowl team had our best competition of the year.  We won our first match of the season, taking down Bloomfield by a score of 140 to 70.  Kayden Thomas was the high scorer of the night at his first match ever.  Also providing points for the team was Isabella Serafine-Jehlen, Alyssa Rosaria, and Naomi Teshome!  Great job team!

    2/6 - The next Arabic Language Club meeting will be on Tuesday Feb. 6th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm. 221) Come join the fun. 

    2/6 - Chess Club
     
    2/6 - RIT STEP
     
    2/6 - Poetry Club
     
    2/6 - Black Girl Magic Club: Please join us today after school in Room #123 for Black Girl Magic! Black Girl Magic is a club for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices.  All are welcome. If you have questions, please see Ms. Dorsey-Patros, Ms. Marshmon or Ms. Sewruk (Sev-Rick)
     
    2/8 - National Junior Honor Society
     
    2/8 - Juggling Club
     
    2/8 - RIT STEP

    2/5/24 A Day

    Sports

    The RH Girls Green Modified basketball team played one of their best games this past Friday at home against East Irondequoit beating them 46-29.  The team played aggressive team defense.  Sijood Al'rubayie and Kaitlin Bartoo took turns guarding their best offensive player.  The team rebounded well behind Kaitlyn Smith, London Brown and Brooke Hobbs.  Kyla Piedici led the team in scoring with 19 points.  Great win. 

    Clubs

    2/5 - Attention Academic Challenge Bowl team.  Our next competition is after school on Monday.  You must have a permission slip to attend the competition.  If you have not picked one up, get one from Mr. Prinzi as soon as possible. 

    2/6 - The next Arabic Language Club meeting will be on Tuesday Feb. 6th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm. 221)  Come join the fun. 

    2/6 - Chess Club
    2/6 - RIT STEP
    2/6 - Poetry Club
    2/8 - National Junior Honor Society
    2/8 - Juggling Club
    2/8 - RIT STEP

    2/2/24 B Day

    Clubs

    2/5 - Attention Academic Challenge Bowl team.  Our next competition is after school on Monday.  You must have a permission slip to attend the competition.  If you have not picked one up, get one from Mr. Prinzi as soon as possible.  

    2/6 - The next Arabic Language Club meeting will be on Tuesday Feb. 6th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm. 221)  Come join the fun. 

    2/1/24 A Day

    We are lucky enough to have a sneak peek a the musical, Spongebob Squarepants on Friday! Please keep this in mind:

    ~Sit with your class. Follow your teachers directions.
    ~Leave backpacks and personal items in the classrooms.
    ~No talking or whispering. This is disrespectful to the actors.
    ~If your friend or someone you know is in the musical, please don't shout out their names. This will distract them and may cause them to forget their lines. 
    ~If you're not interested in the musical, just sit quietly.
    ~No bathroom or water breaks during the assembly.
    ~Phones and ear pods away.
    ~No food or drinks are allowed in the auditorium. 
    ~It's ok to laugh and clap but do so for an appropriate amount of time. About 10-15 seconds. No need to get carried away with excessive clapping.  This will delay the performance for our actors.

    Clubs

    2/5 - Attention Academic Challenge Bowl team.  Our next competition is after school on Monday.  You must have a permission slip to attend the competition.  If you have not picked one up, get one from Mr. Prinzi as soon as possible.  

    2/6 - The next Arabic Language Club meeting will be on Tuesday Feb. 6th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm. 221)  Come join the fun. 

    1/31/24 B Day

    Girls modified basketball Gold Team won their game last night against Canandaigua winning 51 to 17! Top scorers were Mila Gartland and Estara  Roberts-Crawford with 14 points each! Great rebounding by Kimbrance Allen, Saron Workneh, and Ava Gill! Awesome job Gold Team! 

    1/30/24 A Day

    The student council will be meeting on Monday, Feb. 5th after school in room 417.  We will be making final decisions on the upcoming spirit week days and planning for our “dinner and a movie” event.  All are welcome, but please be there on time!  See you Monday!

    1/29/24 B Day

    Second Semester Schedules
    Students, please be sure to check SchoolTool for any changes in your 2nd semester schedule.  Some of you have schedule changes, had a course added for the second semester, additional support classes may have been added as well. 
     
    Cheerleading
    The RH cheerleading teams performed at Eastridge over the weekend.  Great job to all our cheerleaders on Modified, JV and Varsity!  

    1/25/24 A Day

    Tomorrow is Grading Day and there is NO SCHOOL for students at Roth Junior High. See you back here on Monday!

    Clubs

    1/25 - Juggling Club Stop by to defy gravity and learn a new skill.  Jugglers and yo-yo-ers of all experience levels welcome! 

    1/25 - RIT STEP

    1/24/24 B Day

    Music

    Mr. Kazacos is out this morning so all trumpet lessons this morning will be rescheduled. Please check your email for an updated lesson time.

    Clubs

    1/25 - Juggling Club Stop by to defy gravity and learn a new skill.  Jugglers and yo-yo-ers of all experience levels welcome! 

    1/25 - RIT STEP

    1/23/24 A Day

    Sports

    Monday night the RH boys green basketball team bear Victor 49-38. Isaiah McDonald led the way with 16 points and Aiden Zuchegno had 8.  Great defensive effort in the fourth quarter holding Victor to 5 points. 

    Clubs

    1/23 - Black Girl Magic Club (123) - This new club is for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices. All are welcome.

    1/23 - Chess Club

    1/23 - RIT STEP

    1/23 - Diversity Club

    1/23 - Math Team

    1/23 - Poetry Club

    1/25 - Juggling Club

    1/25 - RIT STEP

    1/22/24 B Day

    Music

    Congratulations to the following orchestra students who performed this weekend at solo fest in Brighton:

    Mathani Ibrahim
    Jasmin snell
    Evelyn Andreano
    Natalie Richardson
    Orlando marrero
     
    Great job and congratulations to all!

    Clubs

    1/22 - Baking Club

    1/22 - Chamber Orchestra

    1/22 - Fitness Club

    1/22 - Prop Crew

    1/23 - Black Girl Magic Club (123) - This new club is for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices. All are welcome.

    1/23 - Chess Club

    1/23 - RIT STEP

    1/23 - Diversity Club

    1/23 - Math Team

    1/23 - Poetry Club

    1/25 - Juggling Club

    1/25 - RIT STEP

    1/19/24 A Day

    Sports

    Thursday night the RH Green Boys basketball team beat Fairport 61-52. It was a great team effort for the win.  Aiden Zuchegno scored 7 points in the final two minutes to boost RH to the win. Kyle Coleman contributed 6 points and Isaiah McDonald scored a team high 17. 

    Clubs

    1/19 - Prop club (128)

    1/22 - Baking Club

    1/22 - Chamber Orchestra

    1/22 - Fitness Club

    1/22 - Prop Crew

    1/23 - Black Girl Magic Club (123) - This new club is for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices. All are welcome.

    1/23 - Chess Club

    1/23 - RIT STEP

    1/23 - Diversity Club

    1/23 - Math Team

    1/23 - Poetry Club

    1/25 - Juggling Club

    1/25 - RIT STEP

    1/18/24 B Day

    Music

    7th Grade chorus will be rehearsing in the auditorium today.

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am.

    Clubs

    1/18 - NJHS will meet after school Thursday in Mrs. Kleemann's room (133).

    1/18 - Juggling Club (305)

    1/18 - RIT STEP (Lib)

    1/19 - Prop club (128)

    1/22 - Baking Club

    1/22 - Chamber Orchestra

    1/22 - Fitness Club

    1/22 - Prop Crew

    1/23 - Black Girl Magic Club (123) - This new club is for all girls interested in coming together for good vibes, fun activities, and uplifting black girl voices. All are welcome.

    1/23 - Chess Club

    1/23 - RIT STEP

    1/23 - Diversity Club

    1/23 - Math Team

    1/23 - Poetry Club

    1/25 - Juggling Club

    1/25 - RIT STEP

    1/17/24 A Day

    Sports

    Girls modified basketball Gold Team played an outstanding game against Spencerport last night winning 45 to 4! Top scorer was Mila Gartland with 12 points. Great defense was played by Kimbrance Allen, Payton Lyons, Naomi Teshome, and Manroop Kaur. Way to go Gold Team!

    Congratulations to the girls Modified Green team on their win over Eastridge yesterday 34 to 44. Outstanding play for RH was made by: Kaitlyn Bartoo, A'Zhiya Warnick, Sloan Olin, Elliot Brio, Brooke Hobbs and Kyla Piedici. Nice job Ladies.

    Clubs

    1/18 - NJHS will meet after school Thursday in Mrs. Kleemann's room (133).

    1/18 - Juggling Club (305)

    1/18 - RIT STEP (Lib)

    1/19 - Prop club (128)

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning at 6:45am.

    1/16/24 B Day

    Sports

    The RH Girls Modified Green Team came away with a strong victory Friday at East Irondequoit.  The Team got out to a quick lead, but then found themselves down by 11 at halftime.  They fought hard in the second half to win by a score of 37-33.  Ellie Biro and A'Zhiya Warnick led the way with 8 points each.  Kaitlin Bartoo took it upon herself to shut down the top scorer for the other team and held her to 6 points in the second half.  Great win girls. Be ready for the rematch tonight as we go back to East Irondequoit to face the same team.

    Clubs

    1/16 - The AAA club (All Abilities Allies) will meet next Tuesday - Jan. 16th afterschool in Mrs. Cresswell's room.  See you there! 

    1/16 - Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday January 16th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies. 

    1/16 - Attention all Snowsports Club members!  Our season is finally about to begin.  Remember that our first trip to Bristol is on Tuesday 1/16.  Be sure you have your passes, equipment and everything ready to go for after school on Tuesday.  Check your email for more details, and let Mr. Prinzi know if you have any questions

    1/16 - Chess Club

    1/16 - Crochet Club

    1/16 - RIT Club

    1/16 - Poetry Club

    1/12/24 A Day

    No School Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. See you Tuesday!

    Clubs

    1/16 - The AAA club (All Abilities Allies) will meet next Tuesday - Jan. 16th afterschool in Mrs. Cresswell's room.  See you there! 

    1/16 - Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday January 16th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies. 

    1/16 - Attention all Snowsports Club members!  Our season is finally about to begin.  Remember that our first trip to Bristol is on Tuesday 1/16.  Be sure you have your passes, equipment and everything ready to go for after school on Tuesday.  Check your email for more details, and let Mr. Prinzi know if you have any questions

    1/16 - Chess Club

    1/16 - Crochet Club

    1/16 - RIT Club

    1/16 - Poetry Club

    1/11/24 B Day

    Musical

    Stage crew for Spongebob will not be meeting tonight to build and paint, as Mr. Kazacos has a conflict this evening. Instead, please plan on meeting after school in the auditorium from 3:30 - 5 pm to help run the show. Please be sure to check Google Classroom for your show run responsibilities.

    Sports

    Girls modified basketball Gold Team won their game last night in overtime against HF-L with a score of 29-27. Top scorers were Ava Gill with 10 points and Estara Roberts-Crawford with 6 points. Saron Workneh had a great 3-point play in the second quarter. Mika Afrima dominated on defense with 7 steals and 10 rebounds. Way to go Gold Team!

    Clubs

    1/11 - Anime Club (216)

    1/11 - Dungeons & Dragons (133)

    1/11 - Juggling Club (305)

    1/11 - RIT STEP

    1/12 - Prop Crew (128)

    1/10/24 A Day

    Students may not attend after-school sports events without parental supervision.

    Music

    Congratulations to the following Musician of the Months!

    7th Grade - Natalie Richardson - Cello and Zoey Albin - Percussion

    8th Grade - Chase Seibert - Trombone

    9th Grade - Mia Rockell - Violin and Sidney Naughton - Trumpet

    Clubs

    Congratulations to the Academic Challenge Bowl team for their best performance of the year at Monday's competition. The team scored their highest point total of the year, even though they lost on the last question of the game to East Irondequoit. The high scorer of the night was Bella Lugo. Other top scorers were Alyssa Rosario, Lulya Abel, Isabella Serafine-Jehlen, and Naomi Teshome. Great job everyone!

    1/11 - Anime Club (216)

    1/11 - Dungeons & Dragons (133)

    1/11 - Juggling Club (305)

    1/11 - RIT STEP

    1/12 - Prop Crew (128)

    1/9/24 B Day

    Students may not attend after-school sports events without parental supervision.

    Clubs

    Roth hosted a chess meet on Monday and our 1st board player Artur Samborski continued his undefeated streak against the top players from Bloomfield, East Irondequoit and Burger earning our team twenty points. Dominic Quinn and Aiden Earle scored a few points through draws to have us finish second overall in the tournament.

    1/9 - Chess club (305) 

    1/9 - RIT STEP (Lib)

    1/9 - Critter Club (221)

    1/9 - Gender and Sexuality Alliance (307)

    1/9 - Poetry Club (128)

    1/9 - Uno Club (131)

    1/11 - Anime Club (216)

    1/11 - Dungeons & Dragons (133)

    1/11 - Juggling Club (305)

    1/11 - RIT STEP

    1/12 - Prop Crew (128)

    1/8/24 A Day

    Clubs

    1/8 - Student Council after school in room 417.  We will be finalizing our apparel fundraiser and planning our upcoming movie night.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    1/5/24 B Day

    Sports

    Girls modified basketball Gold Team won their game last night against Gates Chili with a score of 23-20. Top scorer was Estara Roberts-Crawford with 13 points and Ava Gill scored 5 points. With the most steals was Mila Gartland and some great defensive hustle came from Nay Coleman and Oliva Luce. Nice work Gold Team!

    Clubs

    1/5 - Prop Crew

    1/8 - Student Council after school in room 417.  We will be finalizing our apparel fundraiser and planning our upcoming movie night.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    1/4/24 A Day

    Sports

    Congrats to the RH modified wrestling team as they won a close match vs. Penfield last night in the Roth gym. 
    Many Royal Comets earned a win last night including Myles Weaver, Jeffrey Miller, Carter Kehoe, Bryce Pitt, Max Koppers, Prabin Rai, Leland Hampton, Mohamed Alamiri, Tristyn Vanderkamp, Warith Al-Khafaji, Ajit Singh, Donavinn Hall, and Alexander Hoang. Great job to all! The RH mod wrestling team will be on the road Friday at Spencerport.

    Clubs

    1/4 - Juggling Club

    1/4 - Board Game Club

    1/5 - Prop Crew

    1/8 - Student Council after school in room 417.  We will be finalizing our apparel fundraiser and planning our upcoming movie night.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    1/3/24 B Day

    Clubs

    1/4 - Juggling Club

    1/5 - Prop Crew

    1/8 - Student Council after school in room 417.  We will be finalizing our apparel fundraiser and planning our upcoming movie night.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    1/2/24 A Day

    Welcome back!

    1/2 - Chess Club

    1/2 - RIT STEP

    1/2 - Arabic Language3 Club

    1/2 - Poetry Club

    1/4 - Juggling Club

    1/5 - Prop Crew

    12/22/23 B Day

    Enjoy your December Recess! See you January 2nd!

    12/21/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Clubs

    12/21 - Juggling Club (305)

    12/21 - Come to the community club in room 314. We will be making holiday ornaments for the senior citizens at The Legacy nursing home. Spots are limited. Please sign up today outside room 314. There are only a few spots left. See you there!

    12/22 - Prop Crew (128)

    12/20/23 B Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Clubs

    12/21 - Juggling Club (305)

    12/21 - Come to the community club in room 314. We will be making holiday ornaments for the senior citizens at The Legacy nursing home. Spots are limited. Please sign up today outside room 314. There are only a few spots left. See you there!

    12/22 - Prop Crew (128)

    Sports

    A big shout out to the RH mod B wrestling team as they were on the road for their first match last night at Victor. RH won the match 48-27.
    Many Royal Comets earned a win last night including Luis Colon, Max Koppers, Ricky Kujawski, Leland Hampton, Zachary Webb, John Hughes, Bryce Pitt, Donavinn Hall, Prabin Rai, and Kaiden Betron. Great job to all! The RH mod wrestling team will be at home tomorrow vs Pittsford in the Roth gym.
     
    Girls modified basketball Gold Team won their game last night against Irondequoit with a score of 41 to 26! Top scorers were Mika Afrima with 12 points and Ava Gill with 11 points. Olivia Luce, Nay Coleman, and Yoeli Vega played some amazing defense! Way to go Gold Team!!

    12/19/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Clubs

    12/19 - Academic Challenge Bowl team (132)  We have a meeting after school today in room 132 to prepare for our next competition.  

    12/19 - Math Team (307) Come join us as we construct a gingerbread house and decorate it too!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    12/19 - All Abilities Club (221)

    12/19 - Chess Club (305)

    12/19 - Diversity Club (124)

    12/19 - Poetry Club (128)

    12/21 - Juggling Club (305)

    12/22 - Prop Crew (128)

    Music

    Congratulations to Dedicated Voices on a terrific performance last night. You sounded great. We have our regular rehearsal after school today (12/19). 

    Sports

    The RH green modified boys basketball team beat Victor Monday night 58-46. Isaiah McDonald led the way with 22 points.  Tyler Cole scored 14 and Evan Mangone hit a three pointer to seal the game.  It was an outstanding team effort on the defensive end. 

    12/18/23 B Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Clubs

    12/18 - Baking Club 

    12/18 - Chamber Orchestra (Aud)

    12/18 - Crochet Club (133)

    12/18 - Fitness Club (Fitness room)

    12/18 - Art Club (218)

    12/18 - Prop Crew (128)

    12/19 - Math Team (307) Come join us as we construct a gingerbread house and decorate it too!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    12/19 - All Abilities Club (221)

    12/19 - Chess Club (305)

    12/19 - Diversity Club (124)

    12/19 - Poetry Club (128)

    12/21 - Juggling Club (305)

    12/22 - Prop Crew (128)

    Music

    Good luck at your concert tonight; Jazz Band, Chamber Orchestra, and Dedicated Voices!

    12/14/23 B Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Clubs

    12/14 - Craft Club is meeting this Thursday, 12/14. There is a sign-up sheet on the door of room 122. You will not be able to attend if you do not sign up.

    12/14 - Dungeons & Dragons (133)

    12/14 - Juggling Club (305)

    12/14 - RIT STEP (Library)

    12/15 - Prop Crew (128)

    12/18 - Baking Club 

    12/18 - Chamber Orchestra (Aud)

    12/18 - Crochet Club (133)

    12/18 - Fitness Club 

    12/18 - Prop Crew (128)

    12/19 - Math Team (307) Come join us as we construct a gingerbread house and decorate it too!  See Mr. O'Connor with questions. 

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday Morning at 6:45am. Please try to be at these rehearsals since our concert is Monday!

    12/13/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Washington D.C. Trip

    There is an informational meeting TODAY at 11:10, (eat before you come to the meeting) during lunch in the back of the auditorium. Do not approach the stage, as there is a class there. An email went to families over the weekend to let parents / guardians know about this. We will be discussing and distributing...Health information forms, and Behavior / work completion run-around sheet. If you miss the meeting you are required to see Ms. Flood or Mr. Mallaber or risk being removed from the trip as you have a hard deadline to complete your run-around by.

    Clubs

    12/14 - Craft Club is meeting this Thursday, 12/14. There is a sign-up sheet on the door of room 122. You will not be able to attend if you do not sign up.

    12/14 - Dungeons & Dragons (133)

    12/14 - Juggling Club (305)

    12/14 - RIT STEP (Library)

    12/15 - Prop Crew (128)

    12/18 - Baking Club 

    12/18 - Chamber Orchestra (Aud)

    12/18 - Crochet Club (133)

    12/18 - Fitness Club 

    12/18 - Prop Crew (128)

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday Morning at 6:45am. Please try to be at these rehearsals since our concert is Monday!

    Congratulations to the following Musician of the Months!

    7th - Mathani Ibrahim - Violin and Jackson Wolfer - Alto Saxophone

    8th - Lorelei Miller - Flute

    9th - Will Richardson - Bass and Emalee Kent - Clarinet

    12/11/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!  

    Music

    8th & 9th Grade Concert is tonight at 7pm. Dress is all black. Chorus students are in the auditorium last period today.

    Washington D.C. Trip

    There is an informational meeting on Wednesday, December 13th at 11:10, (eat before you come to the meeting) during lunch in the back of the auditorium. Do not approach the stage, as there is a class there. An email went to families over the weekend to let parents / guardians know about this. We will be discussing and distributing...Health information forms, and Behavior / work completion run-around sheet. If you miss the meeting you are required to see Ms. Flood or Mr. Mallaber or risk being removed from the trip as you have a hard deadline to complete your run-around by.

    Clubs

    12/12 - Uno Club in room 131 - make sure you sign up!

    12/12 - Critter Club in room 221 - Meet a lab/shepherd mix named Rylee!

    12/12 - Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday December 12th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  

    12/6/23 B Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!

    Clubs

    12/7 - Juggling Club

    12/7 - National Junior Honor Society

    12/7 - Board and card games Club - Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room by December 7th. Everyone is welcome!

    12/7 - Black Girl Magic - Attention students interested in learning more about a new club called Black Girl Magic, please join us after school in Ms. Dorsey-Patros's room (123).

    12/8 - Prop Crew

    Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday December 12th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday at 6:45 am this week. The concert is in 2 weeks so please try to make this rehearsal!

    Sports

    Hello female athletes, have you ever thought about trying a new sport but were unsure how to play. RH Girls Lacrosse is having an Open House this Saturday, December 9th from 10-11am at Rochester Sports Garden. No equipment or experience necessary, just come and enjoy an hour of lacrosse and learn this great sport. We are looking for female players who want to learn the game and have a ton of fun with the fastest growing sport in the country. All you need to do is show up with a parent. If you have any questions please contact Coach DeWald at jdewald@rhnet.org.

    The Boys Varsity Swim team started its season with 2 wins and 1 loss Tuesday afternoon. RH defeated RCSD United 138-99 and defeated Gates Chili 165-51 and fell to a strong HFL team 191-102. Christopher Lewis was a quadruple winner for RH, winning the 200 Free and 100 Back and teamed with Mikey Flannery, Bayley Herman and Chris Caswell to win the 200 Medley Relay and 200 Free Relay. There were many great performances by the new swimmers on the team. Jaden Brown, Joe Gondoli, Jacob Cole, Weston Brown and Aaron Beyor all scored varsity points for the team. Next meet is next Tuesday at home Vs McQuaid.

    12/5/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!

    Clubs

    12/5 - Chess Club

    12/5 - Jewelry Club

    12/5 - Arabic Language Club

    12/5 - Poetry Club

    12/5 - RIT STEP

    12/7 - Juggling Club

    12/7 - National Junior Honor Society

    12/7 - Board and card games Club - Be sure to sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room by December 7th. Everyone is welcome!

    12/7 - Black Girl Magic - Attention students interested in learning more about a new club called Black Girl Magic, please join us after school in Ms. Dorsey-Patros's room (123).

    12/8 - Prop Crew

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday at 6:45 am this week. The concert is in 2 weeks so please try to make these rehearsals!

    12/1/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!

    Clubs

    12/1 - Prop Crew

    12/4 - Chamber Orchestra

    12/4 - Prop Crew

    12/4 - Student Council

    11/30/23 B Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday morning this week at 6:45 am.

    Clubs

    11/30 - Juggling Club

    11/30 - Art Club - Come make a clay ornament or object or join for open studio!

    12/1 - Prop Crew

    12/4 - Student Council

    11/29/23 A Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse on Friday morning this week at 6:45 am.

    Clubs

    11/30 - Juggling Club

    11/30 - Art Club - Come make a clay ornament or object or join for open studio!

    12/1 - Prop Crew

    12/4 - Student Council

    11/28/23 B Day

    NJHS is collecting gently used winter clothing / accessories for the Open Door Mission. Please look through your closets and consider donating - hats, boots, scarves, and jackets for adults and kids would be greatly appreciated!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday morning this week at 6:45 am.

    Clubs

    11/28 - Chess Club

    11/28 - Diversity Club

    11/28 - Math Team

    11/28 - Poetry Club

    11/28 - Triple A's Club (The All Abilities Allies Club) - Are you interested in creating a school where everyone feels accepted and valued?  The All Abilities Allies Club (Triple A) is a club that promotes inclusion not just in our club but throughout the entire school community.  We are looking for students who would like to partner with students of ALL abilities to break down barriers and foster friendships.  If this sounds like the club for you, please come see Mrs. Cresswell or Mrs. Cornman for more details.  Our first meeting will be on Tuesday Nov. 28th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (221). 

    11/30 - Juggling Club

    11/30 - Art Club - Come make a clay ornament or object or join for open studio!

    12/1 - Prop Crew

    12/4 - Student Council

    Sports

    Here is a list of the modified sports with the coaches’ information for your reference.

    Here is the tryout information (Mon,11/27, Tues, 11/28, & Wed, 11/29):

    Modified cheerleading: Webster Learning Center gym, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 

    Coaches: Paige Guck, Raelyn Falci 

    (paigeguck03@gmail.comrfalci@rhnet.org)

     Modified swimming: high school pool, 3:15-5 p.m. 

    Coach: Rich Parton 

    (rparton@rhnet.org)

    Modified Wrestling: Roth JHS small gym, 3:15-5 p.m. 

    Coaches: Shane Cole, Shayne Sudol 

    (scole@rhnet.orgmsudol@rhnet.org)

     Modified boys' basketball: Burger JHS gym, 2:45-4:30 p.m. 

    Coaches: Jason Collins, Joe Sementa, Chancellor Harris 

    (jcollins@rhnet.orgjsementa@rhnet.orgharrischance123@gmail.com)

     Modified girls' basketball: Roth JHS gym, 3-4:30 p.m.

    Coaches: Todd Jones, Larry Swan, Tom MacMillan

    (tjones@rhnet.orglswan@rhnet.orgtmacmillan@rhnet.org)

    Students traveling to another building for tryouts will ride the after school shuttle bus. Bus information is available at the school. All students will need to be picked up after tryouts/practice each day. We do not have late buses for athletes to get a ride home.  If you have questions, please email the coach (email addresses included above).

    11/27/23 A Day

    11/27 - Chamber Orchestra

    11/27 - Crochet Club

    11/27 - Prop Crew

    11/28 - Chess Club

    11/28 - Diversity Club

    11/28 - Math Team

    11/28 - Poetry Club

    11/30 - Juggling Club

    12/1 - Prop Crew

    11/28 - Triple A's Club (The All Abilities Allies Club) - Are you interested in creating a school where everyone feels accepted and valued?  The All Abilities Allies Club (Triple A) is a club that promotes inclusion not just in our club but throughout the entire school community.  We are looking for students who would like to partner with students of ALL abilities to break down barriers and foster friendships.  If this sounds like the club for you, please come see Mrs. Cresswell or Mrs. Cornman for more details.  Our first meeting will be on Tuesday Nov. 28th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (221). 

    Sports

    Here is a list of the modified sports with the coaches’ information for your reference.

    Here is the tryout information (Mon,11/27, Tues, 11/28, & Wed, 11/29):

    Modified cheerleading: Webster Learning Center gym, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 

    Coaches: Paige Guck, Raelyn Falci 

    (paigeguck03@gmail.comrfalci@rhnet.org)

     Modified swimming: high school pool, 3:15-5 p.m. 

    Coach: Rich Parton 

    (rparton@rhnet.org)

    Modified Wrestling: Roth JHS small gym, 3:15-5 p.m. 

    Coaches: Shane Cole, Shayne Sudol 

    (scole@rhnet.orgmsudol@rhnet.org)

     Modified boys' basketball: Burger JHS gym, 2:45-4:30 p.m. 

    Coaches: Jason Collins, Joe Sementa, Chancellor Harris 

    (jcollins@rhnet.orgjsementa@rhnet.orgharrischance123@gmail.com)

     Modified girls' basketball: Roth JHS gym, 3-4:30 p.m.

    Coaches: Todd Jones, Larry Swan, Tom MacMillan

    (tjones@rhnet.orglswan@rhnet.orgtmacmillan@rhnet.org)

    Students traveling to another building for tryouts will ride the after school shuttle bus. Bus information is available at the school. All students will need to be picked up after tryouts/practice each day. We do not have late buses for athletes to get a ride home.  If you have questions, please email the coach (email addresses included above).

    11/15/23 B Day

    Clubs

    Join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.  

    11/16 - Craft Club in room 122

    11/16 - Juggling Club

    11/17 - Prop Crew

    11/28 - Triple A's Club (The All Abilities Allies Club) - Are you interested in creating a school where everyone feels accepted and valued?  The All Abilities Allies Club (Triple A) is a club that promotes inclusion not just in our club but throughout the entire school community.  We are looking for students who would like to partner with students of ALL abilities to break down barriers and foster friendships.  If this sounds like the club for you, please come see Mrs. Cresswell or Mrs. Cornman for more details.  Our first meeting will be on Tuesday Nov. 28th in Mrs. Cresswell's room (221). 

    Sports

    11/16 - Modified Wrestling informational meeting in room 413 after school. You can take the late bus home. Season starts Monday, November 27th. If you have questions, see Mr. Cole.

    11/27 - Modified girls basketball tryouts will be held Monday 11/27 -Wednesday 11/29 from 3-4:30 in the Roth gym. Any 7th, 8th or 9th grade girl interested please make sure to have the information filled out in FamilyID which can be found on the athletics website. Any questions feel free to ask Coach Duritza or Coach Jones (tjones@rhnet.org). 

     
    The Roth Snowsports Club-  All registration and ticket purchasing should be done by Wednesday (11/15) because the price will increase after that!  If you need a new packet, you can get one in room 132.  Snowsports Club is open to anyone who would like to go skiing or snowboarding this winter!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday morning at 6:45 am in the band room.

     

    11/14/23 A Day

    Clubs

    Join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.  

    11/14 - Critter Club - we have chickens! Room 221

    11/14 - Chess Club

    11/14 - Poetry Club

    11/14 - Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday November 14th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies

    11/16 - Jewelry Club meets in room 133

    11/16 - Craft Club in room 122

    11/16 - Juggling Club

    11/17 - Prop Crew

    Sports

    11/16 - Modified Wrestling informational meeting in room 413 after school. You can take the late bus home. Season starts Monday, November 27th. If you have questions, see Mr. Cole.

    11/27 - Modified girls basketball tryouts will be held Monday 11/27 -Wednesday 11/29 from 3-4:30 in the Roth gym. Any 7th, 8th or 9th grade girl interested please make sure to have the information filled out in FamilyID which can be found on the athletics website. Any questions feel free to ask Coach Duritza or Coach Jones (tjones@rhnet.org). 

     
    The Roth Snowsports Club-  All registration and ticket purchasing should be done by Wednesday (11/15) because the price will increase after that!  If you need a new packet, you can get one in room 132.  Snowsports Club is open to anyone who would like to go skiing or snowboarding this winter!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday morning at 6:45 am in the band room.

    11/13/23

    Clubs

    Join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.  

    11/13 - NJHS meet in room 133

    11/14 - Critter Club - we have chickens! Room 221

    11/14 - Our next meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday November 14th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies

    11/16 - Jewelry Club meets in room 133

    11/16 - Craft Club in room 122

    Sports

    Modified girls basketball tryouts will be held Monday 11/27 -Wednesday 11/29 from 3-4:30 in the Roth gym. Any 7th, 8th or 9th grade girl interested please make sure to have the information filled out in FamilyID which can be found on the athletics website. Any questions feel free to ask Coach Duritza or Coach Jones (tjones@rhnet.org). 

    Members of the cross country team competed in the NYSPHSAA (Public HS's) Cross Country Championships at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School on Saturday. Haylie Smith placed 8th in Class A in a school record time of 18:54.9 with freshman Audrey Gleghorn placing 21st in 19:21.5 also breaking the previous school record. Overall in the merge of all four class races Haylie placed 13th and Audrey pllaces 33rd this is out of 464 total finishers. Audrey finished as the 4th fastest freshman in all of NYS!! Haylie was the recipient of the girls Class A Sportsmanship Award announced at the start of the race. Christian Wescott placed 34th in 16:47.8 improving on his time from last years state meet. He finished 63rd in the merge of 469 finishers. The girls and boys cross country teams qualified for the NYS Federation Championships next Saturday at Bowdoin Park, near Poughkeepsie
     
    The Roth Snowsports Club-  All registration and ticket purchasing should be done by Wednesday (11/15) because the price will increase after that!  If you need a new packet, you can get one in room 132.  Snowsports Club is open to anyone who would like to go skiing or snowboarding this winter!

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Wednesday and Friday morning at 6:45 am in the band room.

    Congratulations to the following musicians of the month! Ava Luc - violin, Sydney Ganskop-French Horn, Jack O'Connor - Baritone Horn, Eva Manning - Cello, Brody Gurell - Baritone Horn

    11/9/23 A Day

    Clubs

    Join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.  

    11/9 - Jewelry Club in room 133

    11/9 - Juggling Club in room 305

    Sports

    The Roth Snowsports Club-  All registration and ticket purchasing should be done by Wednesday (11/15) because the price will increase after that!  If you need a new packet, you can get one in room 132.  Snowsports Club is open to anyone who would like to go skiing or snowboarding this winter!  
     
    Coed Modified swimming and diving will be holding an interest meeting at the high school pool after school on Wednesday and Thursday this week.  All 7/8 grade students are welcome. 3:15 meeting, late busses will be available at 4.  
    9th grade boys who may be interested in varsity/jv swim are also welcome. 
     
    11/9 - 9th Grade Wrestling informational meeting after school in room 420. You can take the late bus home. See Mr. Mancari or Mr. Cole with any questions.

    11/8/23 B Day

    Clubs

    Join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.  

    11/9 - Jewelry Club in room 133

    11/9 - Juggling Club in room 305

    Sports

    The Roth Snowsports Club is in the middle of registration.  If you are planning to join the Roth snowsports club for skiing and snowboarding this winter, be sure to get all of your paperwork completed next week.  Registration packets can be picked up in room 132.  See Mr. Prinzi if you have any questions. 
     
    Coed Modified swimming and diving will be holding an interest meeting at the high school pool after school on Wednesday and Thursday this week.  All 7/8 grade students are welcome. 3:15 meeting, late busses will be available at 4.  
    9th grade boys who may be interested in varsity/jv swim are also welcome. 
     
    11/9 - 9th Grade Wrestling informational meeting after school in room 420. You can take the late bus home. See Mr. Mancari or Mr. Cole with any questions.
     

     

    11/7/23 A Day  

    Make-Up Pictures will be taken in the Large Conference Room Today.

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse on Wednesday Morning at 6:45am

    Clubs

    Join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.  

    11/7 - Chess Club in room 305

    11/7 - Arabic Language Club in room 221

    11/7 - Poetry Club in room 128

    11/7 - Uno Club in room 131

    11/9 - Jewelry Club in room 133

    11/9 - Juggling Club in room 305

    Sports

    The Roth Snowsports Club is in the middle of registration.  If you are planning to join the Roth snowsports club for skiing and snowboarding this winter, be sure to get all of your paperwork completed next week.  Registration packets can be picked up in room 132.  See Mr. Prinzi if you have any questions. 
     
    Coed Modified swimming and diving will be holding an interest meeting at the high school pool after school on Wednesday and Thursday this week.  All 7/8 grade students are welcome. 3:15 meeting, late busses will be available at 4.  
    9th grade boys who may be interested in varsity/jv swim are also welcome. 
     
    11/9 - 9th Grade Wrestling informational meeting after school in room 420. You can take the late bus home. See Mr. Mancari or Mr. Cole with any questions.
     

    11/6/23 B Day

    Musical

    If you are interested in working behind stage for SpongeBob the Musical, there will be a Stage Crew meeting on Monday (11/6) afterschool til 3:30 in the chorus room, which is located across from the girls side of the gym. You will be able to take the late bus home at 3:30.  Contact Mr. Kazacos in room 103 with any questions.   We are looking for painters, builders and artists!  Please pick up an information packet and application from Mr. Kazacos before the meeting.   

    Clubs

    11/6 - The 2nd student council meeting will in room 417. We will be electing our officers and talking about fundraisers and planning upcoming events.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    Sports

    The girls Varsity swimmers wrapped up their season  Friday  at the Webster Aquatic Center at Sectional finals for the first time in 3 years finishing 10th overall.3 relays scored with most team members reaching season and career best times. The 200 Medley relay with Emily Monclus, Makenna Brady, Cassidy Stasko,  and Lisa Burno finished 10th, the 200 Freestyle relay with Aubree Yantachka, Makenna, Neylah Ortiz, and Leina Saysamone scored 7th and the same combination in the 400 Free relay earning 10th. The Boys season is beginning on November 13 and Modified swim (7&8th boys and girls) starting November 27.  Interest meetings will be held this Wednesday and Thursday at the pool after school.   

    The cross country team competed in the Section V Championships at Letchworth State Park on Saturday. The girls team placed 2nd overall Haylie Smith led the team placing 2nd with Audrey Gleghorn 5th, Lindsay Richardson 8th, Violet Lewis 29th, Ava Magyar 32nd, Alexus Luc 58th and Saughnessy Trevor 68th. Haylie and Audrey qualified for the state meet next Saturday at V-V-S high school. Haylie, Audrey and Lindsay all earned 1st team All Section V All Star. The boys team placed 4th. Leading the team with a 7th place finish was Christian Wescott with Bayley Herman 23rd, Mikey Flannery 29th, Sam Lewis 33rd, Zach Terrano 42nd, Caleb Lantz 46th and Charlie Cole 60th. Christian qualified for the state meet and he also earned 2nd team All Section V All Star

    Are you looking to improve your fitness? Come join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool starting this upcoming Monday, November 6th. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.

    The Roth Snowsports Club is in the middle of registration.  If you are planning to join the Roth snowsports club for skiing and snowboarding this winter, be sure to get all of your paperwork completed in the next two weeks.  Registration packets can be picked up in room 132.  See Mr. Prinzi if you have any questions. 

    11/3/23 A Day

    Musical

    If you are interested in working behind stage for SpongeBob the Musical, there will be a Stage Crew meeting on Monday (11/6) afterschool til 3:30 in the chorus room. We are looking for painters, builders and artists!  Please pick up an information packet and application from Mr. Kazacos before the meeting.   

    Clubs

    11/3 - Prop Club meets in room 128

    11/6 - The 2nd student council meeting will in room 417. We will be electing our officers and talking about fundraisers and planning upcoming events.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    Sports

    For those of you participating, today is the second day of our Planksgiving Challenge.  

    Are you looking to improve your fitness? Come join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool starting this upcoming Monday, November 6th. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.

    The Roth Snowsports Club is in the middle of registration.  If you are planning to join the Roth snowsports club for skiing and snowboarding this winter, be sure to get all of your paperwork completed in the next two weeks.  Registration packets can be picked up in room 132.  See Mr. Prinzi if you have any questions. 

     

    11/2/23 B Day

    Musical

    If you are interested in working behind stage for SpongeBob the Musical, there will be a Stage Crew meeting on Monday (11/6) afterschool til 3:30 in the chorus room. We are looking for painters, builders and artists!  Please pick up an information packet and application from Mr. Kazacos before the meeting.   

    Clubs

    11/2 - Dungeons & Dragons meets in room 133

    11/2 - Game Club meets in room 131

    11/2 - Juggling Club meets in room 305

    11/2 - RIT STEP meets in the Library

    11/3 - Prop Club meets in room 128

    11/6 - The 2nd student council meeting will in room 417. We will be electing our officers and talking about fundraisers and planning upcoming events.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    Sports

    For those of you participating, today is the second day of our Planksgiving Challenge.  

    Are you looking to improve your fitness? Come join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool starting this upcoming Monday, November 6th. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.

    The Roth Snowsports Club is in the middle of registration.  If you are planning to join the Roth snowsports club for skiing and snowboarding this winter, be sure to get all of your paperwork completed in the next two weeks.  Registration packets can be picked up in room 132.  See Mr. Prinzi if you have any questions.  

    11/1/23 A Day

    Musical

    If you are interested in working behind stage for SpongeBob the Musical, there will be a Stage Crew meeting on Monday (11/6) afterschool til 3:30 in the chorus room. We are looking for painters, builders and artists!  Please pick up an information packet and application from Mr. Kazacos before the meeting.   

    Clubs

    The 2nd student council meeting will be next Monday, Nov. 6th after school in room 417.  We will be electing our officers and talking about fundraisers and planning upcoming events.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    Sports

    For those of you participating, today is the first day of our Planksgiving Challenge.  Just 10 seconds today!  

    Are you looking to improve your fitness? Come join Fitness Club on Mondays afterschool starting this upcoming Monday, November 6th. If you have any questions please see Coach Allen or Coach Cole.

    The girls Varsity swimmers spent Halloween at the Webster aquatic center for Sectional preliminaries for the first time in 3 years.  The team is sending 3 relays on to the finals on Friday after most team members achieved season and career best times. 
    Individual events were contested by freshman Makenna Brady (50 freestyle 29th place) and Aubree Yantachka (200 freestyle 27th, 500 freestyle 30th)
    The 200 Medley relay with Makenna, Cassidy Stasko, Neylah Ortiz and Leina Saysamone qualified 10th, 200 Free relay with Aubree, Makenna, Neylah and Leina qualified 7th and the same combination in the 400 Free relay qualifying 10th. 
     
    The girls season will wrap up Friday night with the Boys beginning on November 13 and Modified swim (7&8th boys and girls) starting November 27.  

    10/31/23 B Day

    If you are interested in working behind stage for SpongeBob the Musical, there will be a Stage Crew meeting on Monday (11/6) afterschool til 3:30 in the chorus room. We are looking for painters, builders and artists!  Please pick up an information packet and application from Mr. Kazacos before the meeting.   

    The 2nd student council meeting will be next Monday, Nov. 6th after school in room 417.  We will be electing our officers and talking about fundraisers and planning upcoming events.  Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to see you there!   Please be on time.

    Clubs

    10/31 Academic Challenge Bowl

    10/31 Poetry Club

    10/31 RIT STEP

    10/30/23 A Day

    Clubs

    10/30 Prop Club

    10/30 Chamber Orchestra

    10/30 Dungeons and Dragons

    10/27/23 B Day

    Clubs

    10/27 - Prop Crew in room 128

    Sports

    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.

    10/26/23 A Day

    Clubs

    10/26 - Juggling Club in room 305

    10/26 - RIT STEP in Library

    10/27 - Prop Crew in room 128

    NJHS Members - Final counts are needed for this Saturday's bus. If you are volunteering, please RSVP on the new google form in Google Classroom.

    Sports

    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.

    10/25/23 B Day

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday Morning at 6:45 am!

    Sports

     Great final game last night for the RH freshmen football team as they went on the road to beat the McQuaid Knights 22-7. 3 passing touchdowns were scored overall from quarterback Parker Zugoni to Anthony Valenti for 2 and Ryder Zuchegno for 1. Jayden Peters had an impressive game running the ball down the field to our RH in great positions to score. Defense fought hard all game. Many big tackles were made by Jaden Clevelend, Tyler Clevelend, and the rest of the Royal Comet defense.  Griffen Freeman got an interception and Giuseppe Sutton finished the game with a nice tipped pass! The Freshmen football team finished this season 5-2

    Great season gentlemen!

    10/24/23 A Day

    United Nations Cultural Day is Today!

    Clubs

    10/24 - Chess Club - Check Mate! Come match wits in a game that has lasted over 1500 years.  Chess club will meet in room 305 afterschool Tuesday.  Come see Mr. Broz  for more information.

    10/24 - Academic Challenge Bowl in room 132

    10/24 - Poetry Club in room 128

    10/24 - RIT STEP in Library

    10/26 - Juggling Club in room 305

    10/26 - RIT STEP in Library

    10/27 - Prop Crew in room 128

    NJHS Members - Final counts are needed for this Saturday's bus. If you are volunteering, please RSVP on the new google form in Google Classroom.

    Sports

    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.
     
    RH Girls Soccer Fundraiser!!! Dine-In OR take-out to support RHGS!!! Event Date/Time: October 24, 2023 - Tuesday, 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse Location: Rochester - (760 Jefferson Road)

    10/23/23 B Day

    Clubs

    10/23 - Chamber Orchestra in Auditorium
     
    10/23 - Crochet Club in room 133
     
    10/23 - Prop Crew in room 128
     
    10/23 - 10/27 - Student Council is "Making a Difference" by collecting items such as mac'n cheese, ramen, peanut butter, soups, canned fruit, canned vegetables, laundry, soap and toilet paper. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. Help your grade get the most donations and earn bragging rights!  
     
    NJHS Members - Final counts are needed for this Saturday's bus. If you are volunteering, please RSVP on the new google form in Google Classroom.

    Music

    To those attending the workshop for SpongeBob after school today, we will begin at 3:30 in the auditorium.  Until then, you must be in the cafeteria, Academic StudyHall or a club you have signed up for. Please make sure that your parent/guardian knows that you are staying and they need to come to the auditorium at 5:15 for the required meeting.  The meeting will be finished around 5:30.

    If you haven't joined the SpongeBob audition Classroom, email Mrs. Quinlan or Mr. Kazacos to request the code.

    Sports

    Friday night, the girls mod 3 Volleyball team took on Greece Arcadia at their final match of the season.  The lady royal comets dominated in all aspects of the game.  The serving portion of the game for Rush Henrietta was on point.  The team did a great job returning serves from Greece, showed impressive hustle and had numerous volleys throughout the night.  RH won all 5 sets.  Congratulation to Binta Barry, Fateem Barry, Bonjon Punam, Jade Cumbie, Arianna Diaz, Alyia Dixon, Cayden Edmond, Maxine Eng, Lizel Garcia, Aliyah Owens, Mya Priset, Mariah Richardson, Alaina Stanton and Ayusha Subba on a great season filled with personal and team successes.  Proud of you dedicated ladies

    The cross country team competed in the Monroe County Cross Country Championships at Parma Park in Hilton.

    Haylie Smith won the girls varsity race with Audrey Gleghorn 4th, Lindsay Richardson 11th, Violet Lewis 45th and Ava Magyar 49th.
    Haylie, Audrey and Lindsay all earned 1st team All-County while Violet and Ava earned 2nd team
     
    The girls tied for the team title, but Fairport won based on the 6th runner tie breaker.
     
    Caroline Hendy won the girls JV race. Annabel Nudds 3rd and Taylor Aforismo 9th also earned a podium spot.
    Saughnessy Trevor was the top finisher in the Varsity B race placing 13th
     
    Christian Wescott led the boys team placing 11th in the varsity race with Bayley Herman 19th, Mikey Flannery 35th, Caleb Lantz 37th and Sam Lewis 42nd. The varsity boys placed 4th overall.
    Christian and Bayley earned 1st team All-County. Mikey, Caleb and Sam earned 2nd team All-County
     
    Alex Rynkiewicz was the top finisher, 5th overall in the Varsity B race
    Benjamin Arbegast placed 5th overall in the JV race.

    Up next is sectionals, on Nov 4th, at Letchworth State Park!

    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.
     
    RH Girls Soccer Fundraiser!!! Dine-In OR take-out to support RHGS!!! Event Date/Time: October 24, 2023 - Tuesday, 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse Location: Rochester - (760 Jefferson Road)

    10/20/23 A Day

    The WEB Leaders want to announce the Spirit Week contest winners:
     
    Congratulations to Ms. Eck's Period 1 class. Those 7th graders showed the most spirit during spirit week! They will enjoy a yummy treat this morning with their WEB leaders! 

    Clubs

    10/20 - Prop Crew in room 128
     
    10/23 - Chamber Orchestra in Auditorium
     
    10/23 - Crochet Club in room 133
     
    10/23 - Prop Crew in room 128
     
    10/23 - 10/27 - Student Council is "Making a Difference" by collecting items such as mac'n cheese, ramen, peanut butter, soups, canned fruit, canned vegetables, laundry, soap and toilet paper. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. Help your grade get the most donations and earn bragging rights!  

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse on Wednesday and Friday Morning at 6:45 am!

    Next Monday after school will be the workshop for Spongebob Squarepants the musical.  If you are interested in auditioning or even just considering, come check it out.  This is where you will learn the audition material and some pointers for being on stage.  The workshop will end later than the late bus run, so you will need a ride home.  Stay tuned tomorrow morning for more details.

    The auditions for the Roth musical, Spongebob Squarepants are next week.  This is only for students interested in singing, dancing, and acting on stage.  Those interested in backstage roles (costuming, stage crew, art crew), stay tuned.  We'll do those in a few weeks. 

    Sports

    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.
     

     10/19/23 B Day

    Clubs

    10/19 - Juggling Club in room 305
     
    10/19 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/20 - Prop Crew in room 128
     
    10/23 - Chamber Orchestra in Auditorium
     
    10/23 - Crochet Club in room 133
     
    10/23 - Prop Crew in room 128
     
    10/23 - 10/27 - Student Council is "Making a Difference" by collecting items such as mac'n cheese, ramen, peanut butter, soups, canned fruit, canned vegetables, laundry, soap and toilet paper. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. Help your grade get the most donations and earn bragging rights!  

    Music

    Dedicated Voices will not be rehearsing today after school. Mr. Kazacos asks that you please practice with your rehearsal files over the weekend.

    Jazz Band will rehearse on Friday Morning at 6:45 am!

    Next Monday after school will be the workshop for Spongebob Squarepants the musical.  If you are interested in auditioning or even just considering, come check it out.  This is where you will learn the audition material and some pointers for being on stage.  The workshop will end later than the late bus run, so you will need a ride home.  Stay tuned tomorrow morning for more details.

    The auditions for the Roth musical, Spongebob Squarepants are next week.  This is only for students interested in singing, dancing, and acting on stage.  Those interested in backstage roles (costuming, stage crew, art crew), stay tuned.  We'll do those in a few weeks. 
     
    Congratulations to the following Musician of the Months. We are so proud of our Musical Champs Students!
     
    7th Grade - Evelyn Andreano - viola
                       Adam Szabo - Bassoon
     
    8th Grade - Ella Lusk - Clarinet
     
    9th Grade - Keira Wright - Viola
                       Mariana Albino-Toro - Oboe

    Sports

    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.
     
    The girls mod A tennis team defeated a previously unbeaten HFL team 6-1 yesterday! Great play from : Aleecia Outlaw, Chloe Corke, Layla Mendell, Rylie Peterson, Claire McDermott, Arika Morgan, Ellanor Lusk, and Carolyn Lamphere!   The ladies are 9-0!
     
    Last night the mod 3 girls volleyball team to face a challenging Canandaigua team.  The RH team showed power serving by Jade Crumbie, Liz Garcia, Elaina Stanton, Adrianna Diaz. Maxine Eng, Mya Priset and Aliyah Dixon.  Great hustle and hits were exhibited by  Binta Berry, Ayusha Subba, Punam Bomjon. Mariah Richardson, Fateema Barry, Aliyah Owens and Caden Edmonds.  Congrats on your 2 wins last night.  The ladies play their final match of the season Friday night at home against Greece Arcadia.
     

    10/18/23 A Day

    Clubs

    10/23 - 10/27 - Student Council is "Making a Difference" by collecting items such as mac'n cheese, ramen, peanut butter, soups, canned fruit, canned vegetables, laundry, soap and toilet paper. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. Help your grade get the most donations and earn bragging rights!

    10/19 - Juggling Club in room 305
     
    10/19 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/20 - Prop Crew in room 128

    Music

    Jazz Band will rehearse Friday Morning at 6:45 am!

    Next Monday after school will be the workshop for Spongebob Squarepants the musical.  If you are interested in auditioning or even just considering, come check it out.  This is where you will learn the audition material and some pointers for being on stage.  The workshop will end later than the late bus run, so you will need a ride home.  Stay tuned tomorrow morning for more details.

    The auditions for the Roth musical, Spongebob Squarepants are next week.  This is only for students interested in singing, dancing, and acting on stage.  Those interested in backstage roles (costuming, stage crew, art crew), stay tuned.  We'll do those in a few weeks. 
     

    Sports

     
    The RH Girls Green Soccer team defeated Fairport on Tuesday 3-1. MacKenzie Bonanza, Abigail Robinson and Nirusma Tamang all scored for RH. Excellent playing from Barsha Khadka, Hina Sarfaraz, Maia Verstraete, Kate Smith and Sebina Acharya sealed the win for RH. RH plays their final game at home on Thursday against Victor.  Way to go ladies!
     
    Snowsports club is starting up again at Roth.  Snowsports club is for skiers and snowboarders at Roth.  You can be an expert or a first time skier - all are welcome! Sign up to join the club outside room 132 and pick up an info pack there!  Contact Mr. Prinzi with any questions.  
     
    The girls mod A tennis team defeated a tough Fairport team 6-1 and a very tough Churchville team 4-3 in matches this week and last week! Great play from : Aleecia Outlaw, Chloe Corke, Layla Mendell, Rylie Peterson, Claire McDermott, Arika Morgan, Ellanor Lusk, Jasmin Schnell, and Carolyn Lamphere!   The ladies are 8-0!  

    10/17/23 B Day

    Clubs

    10/17 - Math Club Hi Barbie! Barbie is ready to have some fun at Roth before she heads back to Barbie Land.  Help our Math Team create a bungee jump that is safe and fun for Barbie.  We will meet Tuesday October 17th after school in room 307 to set up Barbie’s bungee!
     
    10/17 - Chess Club in room 305. Check Mate! Come match wits in a game that has lasted over 1500 years.  Chess club will meet in room 305 afterschool today.  Come see Mr. Broz  for more information. 
     
    10/17 - Poetry Club in room 128
     
    10/17 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/19 - Juggling Club in room 305
     
    10/19 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/20 - Prop Crew in room 128

    Music

    Next Monday after school will be the workshop for Spongebob Squarepants the musical.  If you are interested in auditioning or even just considering, come check it out.  This is where you will learn the audition material and some pointers for being on stage.  The workshop will end later than the late bus run, so you will need a ride home.  Stay tuned tomorrow morning for more details.

    The auditions for the Roth musical, Spongebob Squarepants are next week.  This is only for students interested in singing, dancing, and acting on stage.  Those interested in backstage roles (costuming, stage crew, art crew), stay tuned.  We'll do those in a few weeks. 
     

    Sports

    Last night, the mod 3 girls volleyball team competed against Irondequoit which a team classified as a level up from the Royal Comets.  Last night the Lady Royal comets came out ready to play.  The phenomenal serving, hustle, 3 hit combinations of the entire team resulted in a WIN  for the Royal Comets.  Great performance last night ladies.  On Wednesday they take on Canandaigua away.

    The boys Gold soccer team played there best game last night against Greece Olympia/Odessey. The game was an upset, 7-4.  Goals were made by Kory Baum, Anish Gurung, Asish Chiwan, and Mujtaba Alabdely. Chris Negrerios had 2 assists and Shayal Rai, Zach Webb and Samuel Weldeslassie played tough defence.  Great effort by the entire team.

    10/16/23 A Day

    Clubs

    10/16 - Chamber Orchestra in the Auditorium
     
    10/16 - Dungeons & Dragons in room 133
     
    10/16 - Prop Crew meets with Mrs. Benjamin in room 128
     
    10/17 - Math Club Hi Barbie! Barbie is ready to have some fun at Roth before she heads back to Barbie Land.  Help our Math Team create a bungee jump that is safe and fun for Barbie.  We will meet Tuesday October 17th after school in room 307 to set up Barbie’s bungee!
     
    10/17 - Chess Club in room 305
     
    10/17 - Poetry Club in room 128
     
    10/17 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/19 - Juggling Club in room 305
     
    10/19 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/20 - Prop Crew in room 128

    Music

    Next Monday after school will be the workshop for Spongebob Squarepants the musical.  If you are interested in auditioning or even just considering, come check it out.  This is where you will learn the audition material and some pointers for being on stage.  The workshop will end later than the late bus run, so you will need a ride home.  Stay tuned tomorrow morning for more details.

    The auditions for the Roth musical, Spongebob Squarepants are next week.  This is only for students interested in singing, dancing, and acting on stage.  Those interested in backstage roles (costuming, stage crew, art crew), stay tuned.  We'll do those in a few weeks. 
     

    Sports

    The RH Girls Green Soccer team defeated HFL on Saturday 4-2. Two goals were scored by Sloan Olin. MacKenzie Bonanza and Willa Morgan each scored one. Excellent playing from Abby Robinson, Zoey Marciano, Mika Afirma, Journey Brisbane and Lilliana Gue sealed the win for RH. RH plays Fairport at home on Tuesday. Way to go ladies!

    10/13/23 B Day

    Sports

    Last night the girls mod 3 volleyball team traveled to Greece Odyssey.  Despite facing a challenging team, your Royal Comets won 2 of the sets.  There were many impressive and exciting volleys throughout the evening.  Ayusha Subba displayed unbelievable hustle throughout the match.  Arianna Diaz, Lizel Garcia, Jade Cumbie, Binta Barry and Mariah Richardson put on a serving display last night.  Next week the team has their final 3 games of the season.... 2 of those matches being at home.

    Great win last night for the RH freshmen football team as they were on the road and competed against Webster Schroeder. Jake Militello scored 3 touchdowns with Parker Zugoni  leading the charge at quarterback. Defense played hard all game. Ryder Zuchegno got 2 interceptions and Gage Hampton sealed the deal to end the game with a big interception. Also a big shoutout to the dynamic duo on punt team Shawn Yarbrough and Anthony Valenti for Shawns awesome  long snaps and Anthony’s great kicks! The freshmen team will be on the road again next Wednesday against Hilton.

    The RH Girls Green Soccer team lost their game against Pittsford on Thursday. Even though the score was a loss the team played amazing soccer. Aaliah Dillard scored on a penalty shot for RH. Other great plays were made by Emy Johnson, Willa Morgan, Journi Brisbane, Lilly Thone and Mika Afirma. Kate Smith also had a great game in goal for RH. Way to go ladies!

    Clubs

    10/13 - Prop Crew meets with Mrs. Benjamin in room 128
     
    10/16 - Chamber Orchestra in the Auditorium
     
    10/16 - Dungeons & Dragons in room 133
     
    10/16 - Prop Crew meets with Mrs. Benjamin in room 128
     
    10/17 - Math Club Hi Barbie! Barbie is ready to have some fun at Roth before she heads back to Barbie Land.  Help our Math Team create a bungee jump that is safe and fun for Barbie.  We will meet Tuesday October 17th after school in room 307 to set up Barbie’s bungee!
     
    10/17 - Chess Club in room 305
     
    10/17 - Poetry Club in room 128
     
    10/17 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/19 - Juggling Club in room 305
     
    10/19 - RIT STEP in the Library
     
    10/20 - Prop Crew in room 128

    10/12/23 A Day

    10/12 - Anime Art & Debate Clubs meet in room 316
     
    10/12 - Come defy gravity with the Roth Junior High Jugglers in room 305.  Everyone is learning so come pick up a prop and learn a new skill!  See Mr. Broz in 305 for more details! 
     
    10/12 - RIT STEP meets afterschool in the Library
     
    10/13 - Prop Crew meets with Mrs. Benjamin in room 128
     
    10/17 Math Club Hi Barbie! Barbie is ready to have some fun at Roth before she heads back to Barbie Land.  Help our Math Team create a bungee jump that is safe and fun for Barbie.  We will meet Tuesday October 17th after school in room 307 to set up Barbie’s bungee!

    Sports

    Congrats to the Boys Mod A soccer team on their 4-0 win against Irondequoit. Goals were scored by Omar Yilmaz, David Poudyel, Hasan Daogramji and Jaden Luckey. 

    10/11/23 B Day

    10/12 - Anime Art & Debate Clubs meet
     
    10/12 - RIT STEP meets afterschool in the Library
     
    10/13 - Prop Crew meets with Mrs. Benjamin in room 128
     
    10/17 Math Club Hi Barbie! Barbie is ready to have some fun at Roth before she heads back to Barbie Land.  Help our Math Team create a bungee jump that is safe and fun for Barbie.  We will meet Tuesday October 17th after school in room 307 to set up Barbie’s bungee!

    Sports

    Congratulations to the boy Mod. B football team on their win last night 13 to 0 over Victor. Outstanding play for RH was made by: Lionel Gaylord, Isaiah McDonald,Gems Rasaily, Arpan Thapa, Julian Booth, Eason Whitbeck and Sayvion Cox.  Nice job men.

    Last night the girls mod 3 volleyball team dominated!  Winning 5 for 5 sets.  The lady Royal Comets were fierce from the service line.  Maxine Eng, Lizel Garcia, Jade Cumbie, Arianna Diaz, Mariah Richardson, Fateem Barry, Mya Priset, Binta Barry and Caden Edmond.  The Royal Comets also were on point with service receive---great hustle to Alliyah Owens, Binta Barry, Alaina Stanton, Ayusha Subba, Alyia Dixon and Punam Bomjon.  Congrats ladies.  On Thursday the team takes on Greece on the road.

    10/10/23 A Day

    10/10 - Our first meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on TODAY afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  
     
    10/10 - Jewelry Club starts TODAY in Mrs. Kleeman's room (133). Space is limited, so sign up on the list outside of room 133.
     
    10/10 - This year's Diversity Club is going to be exciting! Come join us for the first Diversity Club to learn about cultures and ideas all around the world.  We celebrate and learn about so many things, like henna, languages, foods and music.  We will be meeting in room 124 after school. 
     
    10/10 - Critter Club meets today in room 221
     
    10/10 - Poetry Club meets today in room 128
     
    10/12 - Anime Art & Debate Clubs meet
     
    10/12 - RIT STEP meets afterschool in the Library
     
    10/13 - Prop Crew meets with Mrs. Benjamin in room 128
     
    10/17 Math Club Hi Barbie! Barbie is ready to have some fun at Roth before she heads back to Barbie Land.  Help our Math Team create a bungee jump that is safe and fun for Barbie.  We will meet Tuesday October 17th after school in room 307 to set up Barbie’s bungee!

    Sports

    Friday night, the girls mod 3 volleyball team beat the Batavia Blue Devils - winning 4 sets.  The Royal Comets stunned their opponents with their powerful and accurate serves.  Arianna Diaz, Caden Edmunds , Jade Crumbie and Alaina Stanton had impressive serves.  The offensive play and hustle by Binta Barry, Lizelle Garcia, Ayusha Subba, and Mariah Richardson was amazing.  All of the Royal Comet team should be impressed with their performance.  Today your Royal Comets take on Webster at home.
     
    The RH Girls Green Soccer team improved their winning record to 3-1-2 in a come from behind win against Penfield last night!! RH was down by one going into the half but rallied on a monster goal by Maia Verstraete from outside the penalty box to get even. After that the flood gates opened. RH center forward Sloan Olin was able to score only one minute later. The RH pressure stayed high throughout as Barsha Khadka and Sebina Acharya both capitalized with goals of their own sealing the win for Rush Henrietta. Congratulations ladies!!!!

    10/6/23 B Day

    There are no clubs or afterschool on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please take your usual form of transportation home.

    If you do stay after on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays, make sure an adult at your home knows you are staying! You can use the phone in the main office to let them know.

    Clubs 

    10/10 - Our first meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday October 10th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  
     
    10/10 - Jewelry Club starts Tuesday in Mrs. Kleeman's room (133). Space is limited, so sign up on the list outside of room 133.

    10/5/23 A Day

    There are no clubs or afterschool on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please take your usual form of transportation home.

    If you do stay after on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays, make sure an adult at your home knows you are staying! You can use the phone in the main office to let them know.

    Clubs 

    10/5 - Crochet Club - Sign up outside Mrs. Kleemann's room (room 133) by October 5th so we can see if there's enough interest! 

    10/5 - Board Game Club - Thursday, October 5th in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room

    10/5 - Juggling Club - Have you ever wanted to mess with gravity? Come join Roth's first Juggling Club and choose your prop of choice to face off against the oldest force in the universe. Go see Mr. Broz in room 305 on Thursday for more details.

    10/10 - Our first meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday October 10th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  
     
    10/10 - Jewelry Club starts Tuesday in Mrs. Kleeman's room (133). Space is limited, so sign up on the list outside of room 133.

    Sports

    The modified girls volleyball team (green)  took on Victor and Webster Willink so far this week. We had great serving by Alexis Middleton, Nia Tran and Alisa Monds. Natalie Richarson and Jaelyn Johnson leaded our team on defense. Gia Negron amd Taliah Bradford lead the team at the net. We are back in action on Friday at home. 
     
    Last night - The girls mod 3 Volleyball team triumphed over East Irondequoit.  Your Royal Comets dominated with their powerful serves and several aces were served.  Binta Barry, Caiden Edmunds, Punam Bomjon, Mariah Richardson and Fateem Barry had impressive performances offensively.  The improvement of the entire team has been incredible since the start of the season.  This Friday- the royal comets take on Batavia away.
     
    Last night the girl's gold soccer team played Greece, Athena, winning with a score of 1 to nothing. The goal was scored by Aakriti Lohani. There were many great passes and attempts on goal made by Gia Vega, Isabella Serafine-Jehlen, Elodie Heffernan, Kaya Petrino, Alyssa Berger, Vivienne Marion, and Makenzie Killings. There were great saves made by the goalies, Hailey Allen and Petyon Lyons.
     
    Congratulations to the boy Mod. B football team on their win last night 28 to 0 over Penfield. Outstanding play for RH was made by: Lionel Gaylord, Noah Valenti, Isaiah McDonald, Richard Kujawski, Gems Rasaily, Arpan Thapa and Chase Murray. Big Shout out to Liam Potwin with the biggest Defensive play of the night. Nice job men..

    The girls mod A tennis team defeated both Canandaigua and Webster Shroeder in matches this week and last week!
    Great play from : Aleecia Outlaw, Chloe Corke, Layla Mendell, Rylie Peterson, Claire McDermott, Arika Morgan, Ellanor Lusk, Jasmin Schnell, and Carolyn Lamphere!   The ladies are 6-0!

    10/4/23 B Day

    There are no clubs or afterschool on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please take your usual form of transportation home.

    If you do stay after on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays, make sure an adult at your home knows you are staying! You can use the phone in the main office to let them know.

    Clubs 

    10/5 - Crochet Club - Sign up outside Mrs. Kleemann's room (room 133) by October 5th so we can see if there's enough interest! 

    10/5 - Board Game Club - Thursday, October 5th in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room

    10/5 - Juggling Club - Have you ever wanted to mess with gravity? Come join Roth's first Juggling Club and choose your prop of choice to face off against the oldest force in the universe. Go see Mr. Broz in room 305 on Thursday for more details.

    10/10 - Our first meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday October 10th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  
     
    10/10 - Jewelry Club starts Tuesday in Mrs. Kleeman's room (133). Space is limited, so sign up on the list outside of room 133.

    Sports

    The cross country team competed in their final league meet of the season on Tuesday.
     
    Junior Haylie Smith led a 1-2-3 R-H finish with Audrey Gleghorn and Lindsay Richardson respectively getting wins over Churchville-Chili, Canandaigua and Greece Athena. The girls team is now 9-2 in their league and 13-2 overall. Also scoring was Ava Magyar 5th, Alexus Luc 6th, Violet Lewis 7th and Saughnessy Trevor 20th
     
    Girls JV was led by Emily Whitehouse who placed 21st overall. The JV girls are now 9-3 overall
     
    Bayley Herman placed 3rd to lead the boys to to wins over Canandaigua and Greece Athena while losing to Churchville-Chili. Rounding out the scoring was Christian Wescott, Caleb Lantz, Mikey Flannery, Benjamin Arbegast, Sam Lewis and Alex Rynkiewicz
    The boys league record is now 7-4 and 9-4 overall.
     
    Boys JV was led by Charlie Cole who placed 17th overall. The boys JV are now 7-4 overall
     
    Up next is the Newark Invitational on Friday

    10/3/23 A Day

    Clubs

    10/3 - Uno Club - TODAY after school in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside room 131 by October 3rd.

    10/3 - Chess club The chess club is open to all students at Roth.  We welcome students who are master chess players and those who have never played but want to learn!  The first meeting is TODAY in room 132.  Contact Mr. Broz or Mr. Prinzi for more information.
     
    10/3 - Academic Challenge Bowl is a trivia competition game, and we will compete against other schools during the year.  If you enjoy trivia questions and have a lot of random knowledge, then this club would be great for you.  The first meeting is after school TODAY in room 132.  You can contact Mr. Prinzi or Mr. Broz for more information.  
     
    10/3 - Arabic Language club - Are you interested in learning about the Arabic language and culture?  Would you be interested in comparing and contrasting your culture to the culture of others?  If so, the Arabic Language club is for you.  We will meet on the 1st Tuesday of every month beginning TODAY in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm 221) from 2:35 - 3:30.  Come join the fun.
     
    10/3 - POETRY CLUB: New this year, Mrs. Benjamin will be holding Poetry Club meetings Tuesdays after school, beginning TODAY! Members will explore poetic forms of expression, create original pieces, and share ideas/feedback with peers. Additionally, members will be offered monthly opportunities to present their original pieces in front of a live audience at Equal Grounds Coffee House (this is OPTIONAL and will NEVER be required of club members). For more information, see Mrs. Benjamin in room 128.   

    10/5 - Crochet Club - Sign up outside Mrs. Kleemann's room (room 133) by October 5th so we can see if there's enough interest! 

    10/5 - Board Game Club - Thursday, October 5th in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room

    10/5 - Juggling Club - Have you ever wanted to mess with gravity? Come join Roth's first Juggling Club and choose your prop of choice to face off against the oldest force in the universe. Go see Mr. Broz in room 305 on Thursday for more details.

    10/10 - Our first meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday October 10th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  
     
    10/10 - Jewelry Club starts Tuesday in Mrs. Kleeman's room (133). Space is limited, so sign up on the list outside of room 133.

    Sports

    The Rush Henrietta Girls Green Soccer Team defeated Fairport last night 2-0!  Goals were scored by Nirusma Tamang and Aaliah Dillard. A great team effort sealed the win for RH who has now defeated both Fairport teams and improves to a record of 2-1-2. Way to go ladies!!!

    The Girls mod Gold Soccer team played a great game yesterday against Canandaigua. Gia Vega scored the first goal of the season. Hailey Allen and Payton Lyons had some great saves in goal. Vivienne Marion, Isabelle Serafine, Aakriti Lohani, and Kaya Petrino among others were awesome on the field. Good job girls 

    The RH Girls mod 3 Volleyball team had back to back wins............defeating Greece on Friday and Brockport last night.  The Royal Comets dominated with their killer serves-top tier serving performance by Lizell Garcia, Jade Crumbie, Caden Edmonds, Maxine Eng and Maddie Prisett.  Binta and Fateem Barry, Alaina Stanton, Aliyah Owens Brock, Aliyah Dixon, Punam Bomjon, Ayusha Subba and Mariah Richardson showed incredible hustle as well as improved skills- with several 3 hit series.  These girls were on point!

    Girl's Basketball: There is an informational meeting for any girl interested in playing basketball at any level. Modified, JV and Varsity.  
    When: Tuesday, Oct 3rd right after school
    Where: Room 124
    We will give you a pass to go home on the late bus. 

    10/2/23 B Day

    Clubs

    10/2 - CREATIVE MINDS NEEDED: Interested in joining Prop Crew for this year's upcoming production, Spongebob the Musical? Prop Crew meetings will be held after school on Mondays & Fridays, beginning on Monday, October 2nd. There is no official commitment necessary! You could stop in for 15-20 minutes or stay the full after-school period, it's whatever fits your schedule! If you are interested in helping to bring this musical to life, please be sure to complete the google form that was sent out on September 18th by Mrs. Shechter. Responses must be received by Monday, the 25th. See Mrs. Benjamin in room 128 for further information.  

    10/2 - Student Council is starting next Monday, October 2nd.  We will meet in Mrs. Biata's room (417) immediat - ely after school.  You can take the late bus home after the meeting.   Everyone is welcome to become a member of student council. We look forward to meeting all of our school's future leaders! See you next Monday, Oct. 2nd!!!
     
    10/2 - National Junior Honor Society - October 2nd in room 133. Members need to make every effort to attend.

    10/3 - Uno Club - October 3rd after school in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside room 131 by October 3rd.

    10/3 - Chess clubThe chess club is open to all students at Roth.  We welcome students who are master chess players and those who have never played but want to learn!  The first meeting is on Tuesday (10/3) in room 132.  Contact Mr. Broz or Mr. Prinzi for more information. 
     
    10/3 - Academic Challenge Bowl is a trivia competition game, and we will compete against other schools during the year.  If you enjoy trivia questions and have a lot of random knowledge, then this club would be great for you.  The first meeting is after school on Tuesday (10/3) in room 132.  You can contact Mr. Prinzi or Mr. Broz for more information.  
     
    10/3 - Arabic Language club - Are you interested in learning about the Arabic language and culture?  Would you be interested in comparing and contrasting your culture to the culture of others?  If so, the Arabic Language club is for you.  We will meet on the 1st Tuesday of every month beginning Tuesday October 3rd in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm 221) from 2:35 - 3:30.  Come join the fun.
     
    10/3 - POETRY CLUB: New this year, Mrs. Benjamin will be holding Poetry Club meetings Tuesdays after school, beginning on October 3rd! Members will explore poetic forms of expression, create original pieces, and share ideas/feedback with peers. Additionally, members will be offered monthly opportunities to present their original pieces in front of a live audience at Equal Grounds Coffee House (this is OPTIONAL and will NEVER be required of club members). For more information, see Mrs. Benjamin in room 128.   

    10/5 - Crochet Club - Sign up outside Mrs. Kleemann's room (room 133) by October 5th so we can see if there's enough interest! 

    10/5 - Board Game Club - Thursday, October 5th in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room

    10/5 - Juggling Club - Have you ever wanted to mess with gravity? Come join Roth's first Juggling Club and choose your prop of choice to face off against the oldest force in the universe. Go see Mr. Broz in room 305 on Thursday for more details.

    10/10 - Our first meeting for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be held on Tuesday October 10th afterschool in Room 307.  As always, our GSA is open to anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies.  

    Sports

    Girl's Basketball: There is an informational meeting for any girl interested in playing basketball at any level. Modified, JV and Varsity.  
    When: Tuesday, Oct 3rd right after school
    Where: Room 124
    We will give you a pass to go home on the late bus. 
     
    The cross country team competed at the McQuaid Invitational this past Saturday at Genesee Valley Park
     
    The varsity girls team won the Large Schools race by 33pts and were led by Haylie Smith who placed 2nd, Audrey Gleghorn placed 4th with Lindsay Richardson 16th, Ava Magyar 33rd and Violet Lewis 37th
     
    Haylie earned the Katie Harper Award as the fastest Section V girl on the day, the Katie Harper Award.
     
    The varsity boys team placed 3rd in the Large School race. Christian Wescott 7th, Bayley Herman 8th, Caleb Lantz 22nd, Sam Lewis 44th and Charlie Cole 48th completed the scoring.
     
    Alexus Luc was the top finisher in the Frosh/Soph girls race that placed 6th with Emily Whitehouse, Taylor Aforismo, Annabel Nudds and Ella Serapilio all scoring for the Comets.
     
    Benjamin Arbegast placed 9th in the Frosh/Soph boys race. Also scoring was Eli Lantz, Jason Chen, Regi Dunlop and Keegan Trevor.
    The boys placed 11th out of 34 teams
     
    JV boys placed 15th out of 37 team. Scoring was Liam Gilroy, Jason St John, Tyler Grunder, Jeremy St John and Trey Bocklage.
     
    R-H is hosting the final league meet on Tuesday at Mendon Ponds Park West.
     

    CHAMPS certificate nominees:

    Recipients: 
    Sijood Al-Rubayie
    Anamika Adhikari
    Brianna Boorman
    Ellie Sherman
    Eloise E Brajcki
    Esther Mugara
    Gabby Fulton
    Kenyah James
    Maddie Allen
    Ronish Poudyel
    Samantha Carpenter
    Selena Noblett
    Yael Hirschman
    Cameron Vitello
    Chris Owens
    Cora Benjamin
    Cora Benjamin
    Kyle Hahn
    Marcus Rudolph Jr
    Richard Hentschel
    Saniya Mullins
    Zeva Snyder
    Anthony Machado
    Arvin Adhikari
    James Higgins
    Jayden Peters
    Kelly Chin
    Michael Taylor
    Myles Mitchell
    Samuel Pilkenton
    Sidney Naughton
    Marcie Biata
    Mrs. Benjamin
    Nicole Flores

    9/29/23 A Day

    Did you know the morning announcements are posted outside the library every day before lunch?

    Sports

    Congratulations to the boy Mod. B football team on their win last night 28 to7 of Penfield. The outstanding play for RH was made by: Sayvion Cox, Raydyn Phommaxaysy-Baker, Easton Whitbeck and Julian Booth. Nice job men. 

    The Boys Gold Modified Soccer team played a great game last night against Canandaigua. They lost 3 to 4 but out played the braves. Cory Baum had 3 goals and Anish Gurung had 1. Asish Chuwan, Chris Negrerios and Javier Boxx all had asists. Goalkeeper Ayden Wallace had 22 saves and the defence and midfield were outstanding. Shout out to Robert Zoller for his job playing sweeper. There next game is Saturday at 10AM at Burger against Spencerport.

    9/28/23 B Day

    RUSH Town Library Open Mic Night - Friday, September 29th from 7:00-9:00 PM in the library. It’s your time to shine! Share your talents in spoken word, song, or with an acoustic instrument at open mic night. This is a teen-only event, ages 12-18, so bring your friends and take turns sharing your passions. Snacks will be provided. Please register online or call the library at 533-1370.

    Clubs

    Uno Club - October 3rd after school in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside room 131 by October 3rd.

    Crochet Club - Sign up outside Mrs. Kleemann's room (room 133) by October 5th so we can see if there's enough interest! 

    Board Game Club - Thursday, October 5th in room 131. Sign up on the sheet outside Mrs. Claeys' room.

    Chess clubThe chess club is open to all students at Roth.  We welcome students who are master chess players and those who have never played but want to learn!  The first meeting is on Tuesday (10/3) in room 132.  Contact Mr. Broz or Mr. Prinzi for more information. 
     
    Academic Challenge Bowl is a trivia competition game, and we will compete against other schools during the year.  If you enjoy trivia questions and have a lot of random knowledge, then this club would be great for you.  The first meeting is after school on Tuesday (10/3) in room 132.  You can contact Mr. Prinzi or Mr. Broz for more information.  
     
    Arabic Language club - Are you interested in learning about the Arabic language and culture?  Would you be interested in comparing and contrasting your culture to the culture of others?  If so, the Arabic Language club is for you.  We will meet on the 1st Tuesday of every month beginning Tuesday October 3rd in Mrs. Cresswell's room (rm 221) from 2:35 - 3:30.  Come join the fun.
     
    Student Council is starting next Monday, October 2nd.  We will meet in Mrs. Biata's room (417) immediately after school.  You can take the late bus home after the meeting.   Everyone is welcome to become a member of student council. We look forward to meeting all of our school's future leaders! See you next Monday, Oct. 2nd!!!
     
    National Junior Honor Society - October 2nd in room 133. Members need to make every effort to attend.
     
    POETRY CLUB:
    New this year, Mrs. Benjamin will be holding Poetry Club meetings Tuesdays after school, beginning on October 3rd! Members will explore poetic forms of expression, create original pieces, and share ideas/feedback with peers. Additionally, members will be offered monthly opportunities to present their original pieces in front of a live audience at Equal Grounds Coffee House (this is OPTIONAL and will NEVER be required of club members). For more information, see Mrs. Benjamin in room 128. 
    CREATIVE MINDS NEEDED:
    Interested in joining Prop Crew for this year's upcoming production, Spongebob the Musical? Prop Crew meetings will be held after school on Mondays & Fridays, beginning on Monday, October 2nd. There is no official commitment necessary! You could stop in for 15-20 minutes or stay the full after-school period, it's whatever fits your schedule! If you are interested in helping to bring this musical to life, please be sure to complete the google form that was sent out on September 18th by Mrs. Shechter. Responses must be received by Monday, the 25th. See Mrs. Benjamin in room 128 for further information.

    Sports

    Last night the mod 3 Girls Volleyball team took on Greece Arcadia..RH DOMINATED the court!  Liz Garcia, Arianna Diaz, Maxine Eng, Jade Cumbie, Ayusha Subbs & Cayden Edmond put on an incredible serving display along with the rest of the Lady Royal Comets- serving many ACES.  The improvement with 3 hit series was apparent last night by RH.  Not only can they play tough volleyball, but they also displayed a high level of class despite questionable scorekeeping.  Way to go Lady Comets!

    The girls mod A tennis team defeated both Victor and Webster Thomas in matches this week!
    Great play from : Aleecia Outlaw, Chloe Corke, Layla Mendell, Rylie Peterson, Claire McDermott, Arika Morgan, Ellanor Lusk, and Carolyn Lamphere!   The ladies are 4-0!

    9/27/23 A Day

    The boys volleyball team beat Fairport last night 5-1.Elliot Keene-Cronise and Kyle Coleman each had 4 kills, Luke Lippincott scored 8 aces and Preston Brown scored 5.  Our next home game is next Tuesday, Oct. 3.

    9/26/23 B Day

    Sports

    Last night the mod 3 girls volleyball team faced a challenging team from Canandaigua.  The Royal Comets showed excellent power serving skills that allowed them to win 2 of their sets.  Fatoumata Barry, Jade Cumbie, Liz Garcia, Ayusha Subbs, Aliyah Dixon and Maxine Eng showed an exceptional serving performance.  Binta Barry, Punam Bomjon, Mariah Richardson, Mya Priset, Caden Edmonds,  Aliyah Owens and Arianna Diaz worked together to contribute to great volleys last evening.  Congrats ladies!

    The girls mod A tennis team defeated both Fairport and Hilton in matches this week!
    Great play from : Aleecia Outlaw, Chloe Corke, Layla Mendell, Rylie Peterson, Claire McDermott, Arika Morgan, Ellanor Lusk, and Carolyn Lamphere!   The ladies are 2-0!

    Clubs

    POETRY CLUB:
    (Poetry Club is cancelled today. It will resume October 3rd.)
    New this year, Mrs. Benjamin will be holding Poetry Club meetings Tuesdays after school, beginning on the 26th! Members will explore poetic forms of expression, create original pieces, and share ideas/feedback with peers. Additionally, members will be offered monthly opportunities to present their original pieces in front of a live audience at Equal Grounds Coffee House (this is OPTIONAL and will NEVER be required of club members). For more information, see Mrs. Benjamin in room 128. 

    "Student Council is starting next Monday, October 2nd.  We will meet in Mrs. Biata's room (417) immediately after school.  You can take the late bus home after the meeting.   Everyone is welcome to become a member of student council. We look forward to meeting all of our school's future leaders! See you next Monday, Oct. 2nd!!!" 

    9/25/23 A Day

    Sports

    The cross country team competed in the John Izzo Invitational on Saturday at Letchworth State Park.
     
    Haylie Smith won the girls championship race leading the girls team to the team title. Also scoring was Audrey Gleghorn, Lindsay Richardson, Ava Magyar, Violet Lewis, Alexus Luc and Saughnessy Trevor
     
    The boys team place 4th overall and were led by Bayley Herman who finished 8th and Caleb Lantz, Mikey Flannery, Benjamin Arbegast, Sam Lewis, Charlie Cole and Alex Rynkiewicz rounded out the team scoring.
     
    Emily Whitehouse was the teams top JV girls placing 4th while Logan Breen was the top JV boy placing 24th
     
    Next meet is the McQuaid Invitational this Saturday at Genesee Valley Park.
     

    Clubs

    CREATIVE MINDS NEEDED:
    Interested in joining Prop Crew for this year's upcoming production, Spongebob the Musical? Prop Crew meetings will be held after school on Mondays & Fridays, beginning on Monday, October 2nd. There is no official commitment necessary! You could stop in for 15-20 minutes or stay the full after-school period, it's whatever fits your schedule! If you are interested in helping to bring this musical to life, please be sure to complete the google form that was sent out on September 18th by Mrs. Shechter. Responses must be received by Monday, the 25th. See Mrs. Benjamin in room 128 for further information.
     

    Town Library Open Mic Night

    Friday, September 29th from 7:00-9:00 PM in the library. It’s your time to shine! Share your talents in spoken word, song, or with an acoustic instrument at open mic night. This is a teen-only event, ages 12-18, so bring your friends and take turns sharing your passions. Snacks will be provided. Please register online or call the library at 533-1370.
     

    9/22/23 B Day

    Reminder: Students may not attend athletic games without an adult.  

    9/21/23 A Day

    Reminder: Students may not attend athletic games without an adult.

    Clubs

    POETRY CLUB:
    New this year, Mrs. Benjamin will be holding Poetry Club meetings Tuesdays after school, beginning on the 26th! Members will explore poetic forms of expression, create original pieces, and share ideas/feedback with peers. Additionally, members will be offered monthly opportunities to present their original pieces in front of a live audience at Equal Grounds Coffee House (this is OPTIONAL and will NEVER be required of club members). For more information, see Mrs. Benjamin in room 128. 
    CREATIVE MINDS NEEDED:
    Interested in joining Prop Crew for this year's upcoming production, Spongebob the Musical? Prop Crew meetings will be held after school on Mondays & Fridays, beginning on Monday, October 2nd. There is no official commitment necessary! You could stop in for 15-20 minutes or stay the full after-school period, it's whatever fits your schedule! If you are interested in helping to bring this musical to life, please be sure to complete the google form that was sent out on September 18th by Mrs. Shechter. Responses must be received by Monday, the 25th. See Mrs. Benjamin in room 128 for further information.

     

    9/20/23 B Day

    Sports

    The cross country team competed at Webster Park on Tuesday and both teams came away with 1-2 records
     
    The girls beat Webster Thomas, but lost to Fairport and Brighton.
    Haylie Smith was 4th overall with Audrey Gleghorn 5th, Lindsay Richardson 7th, Violet Lewis 17th and Alexus Luc 25th scored for the Lady Comets
    The girls record is now 3-2 in Division 1, 6-2 in league and 8-2 overall
     
    The boys beat Brighton with loses to Fairport and Thomas.
    Christian Wescott placed 7th, Bayley Herman 9th, Caleb Lantz 19th, Benjamin Arbegast 23rd and Charlie Cole 24th scored for the Comets
    The boys record is now 3-2 in Division 1, 5-3 in league and 7-3 overall
     
    Their next meet is Saturday at the John Izzo Classic at Letchworth State Park
     
    Last night the girls mod 3 Volleyball team took on a challenging team from Greece.  Your Royal Comets worked hard and won 2 of their sets.  They hung tough and were impressive in the other sets.  Liz Garcia, Alyia Dizon, Alliyah Owens, Mya Priset and Maxine delivered some tough serves last night.  Jade Cumbie, Binta Barry, Cayden Edmond and Ayusha Subbs showed impressive hustle and skills on the court last night.  Thursday- the Royal Comets take on West Irondequoit on their court.
     
    The Rush Henrietta Girls Green Modified 2 Soccer Team won their first game 5-2 against Fairport last night! Goals were scored by Nirusma Tamang, Sloan Olin, MacKenzie Bonanza with two finishing goals from Sydney Ganskop. RH is 1-0 and play Victor Thursday.
     
    POETRY CLUB:
    New this year, Mrs. Benjamin will be holding Poetry Club meetings Tuesdays after school, beginning on the 26th! Members will explore poetic forms of expression, create original pieces, and share ideas/feedback with peers. Additionally, members will be offered monthly opportunities to present their original pieces in front of a live audience at Equal Grounds Coffee House (this is OPTIONAL and will NEVER be required of club members). For more information, see Mrs. Benjamin in room 128. 
    CREATIVE MINDS NEEDED:
    Interested in joining Prop Crew for this year's upcoming production, Spongebob the Musical? Prop Crew meetings will be held after school on Mondays & Fridays, beginning on Monday, October 2nd. There is no official commitment necessary! You could stop in for 15-20 minutes or stay the full after-school period, it's whatever fits your schedule! If you are interested in helping to bring this musical to life, please be sure to complete the google form that was sent out on September 18th by Mrs. Shechter. Responses must be received by Monday, the 25th. See Mrs. Benjamin in room 128 for further information.

    9/19/23 A Day

    Make today a great day. Be kind to each other! 

    9/18/23 B Day

    The Cross Country team competed on Saturday at the East Syracuse-Minoa Invitational and dominated the 19 team field with both boys and girls teams winning titles.

    Bayley Herman led the boys team placing 2nd overall in school record time. Christian Westcott 3rd, Caleb Lantz 7th, Mikey Flannery 8th, and Alex Rynkiewicz completed the scoring.

    Haylie Smith led a 1-2-3 finish by the Lady Comets as Smith 1st, Audrey Gleghorn 2nd, and Lindsay Richardson 3rd took over the race half way through and were never challenged. Rounding out the scoring was Violet Lewis 11th and Ava Magyar 12th. Up next is a league meet on Tuesday at Webster Park vs Fairport, Webster Thomas and Brighton.

    9/15/23 A Day

    Last night the girls mod 3 volleyball team had their season opener vs. Webster Spry. Your Royal Comets came to play and dominated. They won 5 for 5 matches. Congratulations on a great way to start the season. Next Tuesday they take on Greece at Home.

    9/14/23 B Day

    Dedicated Voices will be holding auditions after school next Tuesday, Sept. 19th. Dedicated Voices is a select chorus open to 7th, 8th, and 9th graders and meets Tuesday and Thursdays after school till 3:30pm. There are no late buses next week, so you will need a ride home at 3:30 pm. Information sheets are posted on the auditorium door and you can see Mr. Kazacos in the Chorus Room with any questions.

    9/13/23 A Day

    Cross Country: The boys and girls swept both races on Tuesday, going 2-0 with wins over Victor and Penfield. The boys improve to 4-1 league and 5-1 overall, while the girls are 5-0 league and 6-1 overall. Scoring for the boys' team were Zachary Terrano, Christian Wescott, Bayley Herman, Mikey Flannery, Benjamin Arbegast, Charlie Cole and Sam Lewis. Scoring for the girls' team were Haylie Smith, Audrey Gleghorn, Linday Richardson, Violet Lewis, Alexus Luc, Ava Magyar and Saughnessy Trevor. Their next meet is Saturday at the East Syracuse-Minoa Invitational.

    9/12/23 B Day

    Please join me in congratulating the student-athletes listed below, on making the mod 3 girls volleyball team. (home court- Burger)

     
    Barry Binta
    Barry Fatoumata
    Bomjon Punam
    Cumbie Jade
    Diaz Arianna
    Dixon Alyia
    Edmond Cayden
    Eng Maxine
    Garcia Lizel
    Owens Aliyah
    Priset Mya
    Richardson Mariah
    Stanton Alaina
    Subbs Ayusha

    9/11/23 A Day

    Today we take a moment to remember September 11, 2001.

    9/8/23 B Day

    No new announcements

    9/7/23 A Day

    Sports

    There will be Girls Modified Soccer tryouts starting Wednesday after school this week at Vollmer at 3:30. All girls traveling from Roth need to take the transfer bus to Burger after school and proceed to the sports study hall in the cafeteria. Be sure to be dressed before you get on the bus. The bus number can be found by visiting the Roth main office. Bring all bags and backpacks to the field.

    The boys cross country team lost a nail biter on Tuesday to a fast-closing Mendon team 27-28, but beat Batavia and Greece Olympia / Odyssey easily. They were led by runner-up Christian Wescott at 18:16, rounding out the scoring was Zachary Terrano 3rd, Bailey Herman 6th, Caleb Lantz 7th, Benjamin Arbegast 11th, Sam Lewis 12th and Alex Rynkiewicz 13th. Haylie Smith started where she left off in 2022 with a win, her 2nd straight league meet and 3rd out of her last 4. Haylie won in 20:51 over the 3mi course leading the girls team to victories over Mendon, Batavia and Greece Olympia / Odyssey. Completing the scoring were Audrey Gleghorn 4th, Lindsay Richardson 6th, Alexus Luc 9th, Ava Magyer 11th, Violet Lewis 14th and Saughnessy Trevor 17th.

    Next meet is Saturday at the Bob Godell Memorial Invitational.

    9/6/23 B Day

    Sports

    There will be Girls Modified Soccer tryouts starting Wednesday after school this week at Vollmer at 3:30. All girls traveling from Roth need to take the transfer bus to Burger after school and proceed to the sports study hall in the cafeteria. Be sure to be dressed before you get on the bus. The bus number can be found by visiting the Roth main office. Bring all bags and backpacks to the field.

    9/5/23 A Day

    Happy First Day of School!

    Sports

    There will be Girls Modified Soccer tryouts starting Wednesday after school this week at Vollmer at 3:30. All girls traveling from Roth need to take the transfer bus to Burger after school and proceed to the sports study hall in the cafeteria. Be sure to be dressed before you get on the bus. The bus number can be found by visiting the Roth main office. Bring all bags and backpacks to the field.

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