Roswell High School Principal Ruben Bolanos discusses the start of the new school year with the Kiwanis Club on Tuesday. As of Tuesday, RHS had 1,409 students enrolled, he said. (Randal Seyler Photo)
The hallways of Roswell High School are teeming with 1,400 students this year, and keeping them engaged and in school is a challenge, says Principal Ruben Bolanos.
“Our kids returned on Aug. 14, and our numbers started out at 1,300-plus students, and we had 1,409 as of this morning,” Bolanos said on Tuesday.
Bolanos was the guest speaker for the Roswell Kiwanis Club.
Teachers returned to school on Aug. 7 to prepare for the students’ return, and the educators had to hit the ground running.
“There is a lot of information for them to digest before Aug. 14, and we had several teachers go to AP training,” Bolanos said. “We have to prepare the staff for the challenges of meeting all the requirements mandated at the state level each year.”
Besides classroom activity, all the extracurricular activities have started, including volleyball and Login to read more