NOTE: With fall break next week, there will be no weekly e-newsletter on October 18th.
The Rebel band earned a Gold rating at the ISSMA Festival Marching Band contest on Saturday, October 5th. The band performed their show "Celebration.” The band would like to thank the Roncalli Band parents and our community for their support.
School will resume on Monday, October 21. We hope all in the Roncalli Family have a restful, enjoyable fall break!
Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Roncalli High School, Media Center
There will be an informational meeting for parents of 8th graders diagnosed with any type of disability. Learn the process to secure your student’s accommodations on the Roncalli High School placement test, hear details about the STARS resource program, and gain an understanding of the application and scheduling process for STARS students enrolling at Roncalli.
Please bring a copy of your student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) or Individual Service Plan (ISP) as well as the school psychological evaluation establishing special education eligibility. Your school’s resource staff can assist you in gathering this required documentation.
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Did you know that you can schedule a tour of Roncalli High School during school hours to see what a typical day looks like? If you are curious, contact Director of Admissions & Marketing Allie Ross today to set up a tour! Allie can be reached at (317) 787-8277, ext. 243.
Blessings from the Guidance Team!
When we return from Fall Break, representatives from the following schools will be visiting Roncalli.
Remember, students must sign-up via Naviance by 7:30 AM THE DAY BEFORE THE VISIT if they would like to attend these rep visits. Please encourage your students to take a look at Naviance and sign up to meet with the representatives from their schools of interest!!
Roncalli’s Annual Career Day will be held on Friday, November 8. Professionals from around the community will be here to meet with current RoncallI Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors in twenty minute increments. The link to sign up can be found through Canvas. Please contact Angela Maly with questions.
Did you know most colleges have an application deadline of November 1st for students to be considered for their merit based scholarships? It’s true!! The earlier your student is accepted, the more scholarship money these colleges have to distribute. Why wait!?! Students, don’t delay in notifying counselors, teachers, or coaches if you need a letter of recommendation from them. They want to write the best recommendation possible for you and they need some time to do this! Parents, please encourage your student to complete their college applications and any necessary essays as soon as possible!!
Center for Leadership Development would LOVE to have your students involved in their final fall program. Saturday, October 12th, CLD holds their Emerging Scholars – Keys to College Admissions Day at Crispus Attucks High School from 10AM – 1:30 PM. This FREE event is open to ALL High School students & parents as it provides incredible information about all things college! More information and registration can be found here.
Join the Colts on Tuesday, October 22, 6:00 PM for the second annual Colts Sports and Business Forum! Here you will experience a private tour of Lucas Oil Stadium, hear speakers from different Colts front office departments discussing their careers, and take part in an open Q&A forum. Tickets for this event start at $50 and include a ticket to the Colts vs Dolphins game on November 10th! For questions, please contact Briannah Poe at 317-808-5154.
An initiative of Shepherd Community Center, Act Six is Indianapolis’ only full-tuition, full-need urban leadership award. Act Six will select approximately 14 of Indianapolis’ most promising urban leaders for scholarships to Oakland City University and Taylor University. For more information or to apply click here.
If you’d like to participate in the Walkathon but can’t find the time to volunteer, please consider donating a gift card to be given to the students as a prize for raising $100 or more. Gas cards, movie passes, fast food gift cards are all fabulous awards for our busy teens!
The Walkathon is Tuesday, October 29th. (The rain date is scheduled for October 31st.)
Turn in dates are in the cafeteria during all lunch periods on Wednesday, October 23th, Thursday, October 24th, Friday, October 25th and Monday, October 28th. Any money turned in after lunch on October 28th must be turned in to Mrs. Endris in the Advancement Office. Money must be turned in by October 28th in order for the student to participate in the walk. Please email Jeen Endris if you have any questions.
The Honors Economics students will be participating in a Community Poverty Simulation and we need 20-22 parent volunteers to run this event. We will be working at the Roncalli gym on October 29th, 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM. If you are available and interested in joining this experience please contact Betsy Strader for further information.
Find us on Facebook for carpooling/transportation information.
Roncalli Award Jackets – A sales representative from Awards America will be in the cafeteria on Tuesday, October 22 from 5-7 PM and during all lunch periods on Wednesday, October 23 to take orders for all students interested in purchasing a Roncalli Award Jacket this year. This will be the ONLY opportunity to order an Award Jacket and receive it before the Christmas holidays. The next ordering opportunity for these jackets will not be until late winter for spring delivery.
Payment will be required at the time of order, with checks to be made out to Roncalli High School.
Rebel Juniors is a volleyball club for youth girls started by Roncalli coaches for perspective Roncalli volleyball athletes.
Please follow @Rebelvball on Instagram for updates. If you have any questions, feel free to email email@example.com.
If you can’t make it to the game next week, you can catch the live video stream on the Rebel Media Network.
In partnership with Ascension St. Vincent, here is information that you might find useful.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, second only to skin cancer. Breast cancer typically has no symptoms when the tumor
is small and most easily treated, which is why screening for early detection is so important.
The American Cancer Society offers the following recommendations to help guide conversations with your doctor about screening for breast cancer.
Women should also know how their breasts normally look and feel and report any breast changes to a health care provider right away. Even though the number of women who fit into this category is very small, some women -- because of their family history, a genetic tendency, or certain other factors -- should be screened with MRIs along with mammograms, according to the American Cancer Society.
Providers at Ascension St. Vincent recommend that you talk with a health care provider about your risk for breast cancer and the best screening plan for you.
This health tip is provided by Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at Ascension St.Vincent. Schedule a pediatric appointment online, anytime GetPeytonManningCare.com.