Deadlines for Schedule Changes for 2nd Semester!

Last day to ADD a course:  Jan 31 B day/Feb 1 A day

Last day to DROP a course without a ‘W’: Feb 13 B day/Feb 14 A day (drops after this date will result in a ‘W’, or withdrawal on student transcripts)

Last day to DROP a course without a ‘F’:  March 1 B day/March 2 A day (drops after this date will result in an ‘F’, or failure on student transcripts)

PSAT Test Results Are In!  Students, stop in and pick up your test results in the Student Support Center.

College Fair!  Plan to attend the Iowa ACAC College Fair on Monday, March 5, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in the Roosevelt large gym! Approximately 75 colleges and universities from Iowa and surrounding states will be here to share information about their respective institutions.  Engage college admission representatives in conversations about their institutions!

Roosevelt Blue/White Day Calendar 2017-18
The District follows the calendar.  In the event of a cancelled day of school, the following day is as indicated on the calendar.

TRHS Student Handbook 2017-18 (updated 12/2017)

AP Exam Information 2018!

8 Tools to Help You Prepare for the ACT Test!  Juniors, prep for the ACT test on February 27!

Infinite Campus Student Portal
Log in using your student username (which is your student email address):

Senior Year
Important information for seniors and families on senior year deadlines & activities!

Silver Cord – Community Service

Student Parking Permits – Available to seniors and juniors at Roosevelt.  Permit forms are available in the VP office.  Students complete the form, including make, model, year, color, license plate number, and return with $20.  Students must provide a current valid driver license and insurance card for the vehicle to complete the process.  A

Supply Lists
Only 9th grade students have a pre-selected supply list.

Grades 10, 11, & 12 do not have specific supply lists. Students are expected to bring school supplies daily such as their planner, pens & pencils, a notebook, spiral notebooks, or pocket folders to collect and organize their work, blank paper, needed textbooks and a free reading book. Teachers will inform students of specific supplies as their courses develop. Additional supplies are common for elective classes.

Technology directions and resources for students.

Request for Transcript
A copy of your official transcript must be sent directly from the high school to a college, vocational school or employer to comply with application procedures. This completed form needs to be returned to the registrar’s office along with a stamped, addressed envelope (stamps needed will be according to size and weight of the envelope – usually two first class stamps are needed). Please leave the return address BLANK. If there is a deadline for the transcript, please see that the registrar office has this information at least five days before the deadline date, allowing enough time to get it there by mail. After five transcripts, there is a $3.00 charge per transcript. Transcripts will not be faxed or Express mailed.

An unofficial transcript may be requested with at least a day’s notice to take with you when moving to a new school. This will assist the new school with assessing your credits and placing you in the correct courses immediately. An official request will still need to be made from the new school to receive the official records from Roosevelt.

Office of the Registrar
Theodore Roosevelt High School
4419 Center Street
Des Moines, Iowa 50312-2299

515-242-7292 / Registrar Fax 515-242-7244



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