The annual Roosevelt Sports Fundraiser is scheduled for March 4, 2017. It is the biggest fundraiser of the year and in order to achieve our procurement goal we are asking Booster Team Reps to reach out to every family to help with procuring or donating at least one item for the event. We are making progress towards our goal, but to make the evening lively and shift some of the fundraising focus away from the all-important ‘Paddle Raise’ and team gift baskets, we need some great stuff to generate competition on the auction floor.
Attached is the 2017 RAB Procurement Form for prospective donors. It provides all of the key contact, deadline, tax, and donation information and other pertinent information. We strive to make things easy for the donors, including pick up of items that cannot be easily mailed.
For tickets to the event or to make a cash donation to the event please click HERE.
Thank you in advance for your help in making this event a success for our student athletes, parents and coaches!
2017 RAB Procurement Form
UPDATE: The schedule RHS Athletic Boosters meeting on January 9th at 7 pm in the library has been canceled. Minutes from last month and financials are on our website as usual: http://boosters.rhssports.org/meeting-minutes/
Our new Athletic Director, Matt Katinas, has asked the Boosters to help distribute information to ensure that all student athletes are eligible to participate and that we collectively be a model for good sportsmanship. Please see his attached letter from the AD about sportsmanship and eligibility and share it with your teams.
Although this process has been in place for a number of years, Booster Reps should emphasized to their teams that when students do not have official district transportation and are riding with a parent or anther student to athletic practices or events, the parents of the student athlete should complete and submit the “Athletic Transportation Form” acknowledging that the School District is not liable and that permission had been granted.
ANY parent or student driving other student athletes to or from practices or events where no official district transportation has been provided should complete and submit the “Volunteer Driver Checklist” to indicate they have liability insurance and that their vehicle is in proper working condition. This form is DIFFERENT from the “Volunteer” form and process that should ALSO be completed by anyone who is not faculty, staff, or student, and who will be spending a significant amount of time with student athletes either on or at school events or property or when traveling to or from events.
If you have questions related to these forms or the 2015-2016 responsibilities and you should feel free to contact Mr. Joan Prices, Associate Principle at Roosevelt.
2017 Roosevelt Athletics Boosters Club Fundraiser
BENEFITING ROUGHRIDER ATHLETICS
Auction Contribution Form
Return Form By: February 17, 2017 To: Kristina Grey
Auction Date: March 4th, 2017 Address: 3315 E Laurelhurst Dr NE
Non-Profit Tax I.D. # 34-2022-806 Seattle, WA 98105
Please print or type as you wish the donation to appear. Include any business cards or marketing material you wish to include for the purchaser.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS PARTICIPATION
Email Contact: ________________________________________________________
( ) Check here if you would like to receive an invitation to the auction
ITEM OR SERVICE DONATED: Please list any restrictions:___________
EXPIRATION DATE:___________CHECK ONE: ( ) ONE year from Auction Date
( ) Other_____________________
If donation is in the form of a gift certificate: ( ) I have enclosed a Gift Certificate
( ) I authorize Roosevelt to generate a gift
for my donation
ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL
C/O Kristina Grey
3315 E Laurelhurst Dr NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Team Rep Name: Sport:
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The boys and girls cross country teams marked the 2012 season in September with an historical event; the first home meet ever hosted at nearby Cowen Park. Seattle Parks Dept. agreed to a trial race and community support was very positive, saving the school hundreds of dollars in bus transportation fees to our usual course at Lincoln Park in West Seattle. The girls capped the season with their highest finish, 2nd place at the Kingco Championships, and went on the next week to win the bi-district meet by one point over Snohomish. Competing at the state meet in Pasco November 3rd, the girls finished 8th, once again their highest placing ever, while the boys team were honored on the podium for their academic achievement, having the highest combined team GPA for all 4A schools. Olivia Mancl placed 12th at state, qualifying her to represent Washington state in the annual Borderclash race at Nike, competing against the top Oregon runners.
Congratulations on an outstanding season!
-Donna Jornlin, Head Coach for Girl’s Cross Country
The Roosevelt Girls Lacrosse Club (RGLC) finished a successful 2012 campaign by improving their regular season record, finishing at 6-5-1. This included wins over cross town rivals Ballard and Garfield. The RGLC qualified for the state play off’s play-in game; but dropped a close decision, 12 – 15, to Eastside Catholic on Sunday May 6th at Marymoor Park. Nonetheless this was a valuable play-off experience for the young team, which included four freshmen that made significant contributions to the varsity program. The team hopes to build on this success next season. Any girls who are interested in lacrosse are encouraged to turn out and “get in the game”.
Individual honors were awarded to A. Leonard, the junior midfielder, who was selected by the coaches to the All North Sound League Team and to the All State Team. This is her second selection to the All State Team.
Parent Reps, tomorrow is the night for the incoming Freshman night here at Roosevelt. In the past few years, we have had good representation from our teams in the commons with information about their sports and how to become involved. This is particularly important for the incoming parents who have not been a part of our school before, and don’t know all the “ropes”!
Couple of things before you get here tomorrow.
- Tables: Everyone wants tables, and I don’t have enough rectangular ones to go around, so everyone uses cafeteria tables.
- Space: The commons gets VERY crowded when the sessions let out of the Theater. Make sure that you have enough room in the center of the commons for people to move around.
- Paperwork: This year the district is moving us to a new website, consequently, a lot of our links are either broken or under construction. This is not scheduled to go “live” until fall, so I would advise making up handouts rather than telling people to depend upon the website this year.
- Try to do your set up AFTER 6:30 pm. The incoming parent go right by the commons, and all of the sports create a very attractive area for the parents and kids to get diverted into. Please let anyone know who comes up BEFORE the event starts in the theater that they need to get into the Theater first, and then they will be free to come out and talk as much as they want about sports. That way Mr. Vance can start things in there on time, and everyone gets done in a timely manner.