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September 17, 2014


“On September 17, 1787 the United States Constitution was signed by 39 brave men who changed the course of history.  TODAY is Constitution Day, and it is a time for us to continue this legacy and develop habits of citizenship in a new generation of Americans.” The US Constitution will be discussed today in History classes.  Remember the seven articles, the Bill of Rights, all 27 amendments, the 3 branches of government, and much, much more!  Happy Constitution Day, Vikings!!!

School IDs photos  will be taken this Friday, September 19th and again on Monday, September 22nd.

Newport Community School

The Newport Community School is currently enrolling for Session I. We provide homework help after school in all academic subjects. Come get your homework or make-up work done, and check out our after school clubs as well. Stop by the library after school or see Ms. Dugan or Mr. Newsome at lunch. Today's enrichment program is Creative Camera. Please take bus #1 after school for transportation to the Newport Art Museum for program.


Attention seniors: A representative from Assumption College in Massachusetts will visit Rogers this Thursday during advisory period from 10:30-11 in the College Room. Please sign up on the sheets outside the college room or in the senior lunch room. 

A College Planning Night will be hosted this Thursday evening at Rogers at 6 pm. All students are welcome to attend and bring a parent or guardian.

Late registration for the October SAT will continue until September 30th. Please see Ms. Mardo in the Guidance Office to register. 

Spirit Week

Attention all Vikings!  School Spirit week starts next Monday, September 22nd. The themes are: Monday - pajama day, Tuesday -  sports day, Wednesday- Character day, Thursday-  class colors, and Friday-  red and black day to support the Rogers football team in their homecoming game against Middletown.  Spirit week themes will be posted around the school, so don't forget to show your Viking pride


Sports Report

Girls' Tennis defeated Middletown 4-3 to claim their fourth win in a row! After losing 3 of the 4 singles matches the 3 doubles teams came through with a sweep to take the win. Brielle Hansen, Emily Tollefson, Emily Boucher,  Aria Winters and Meg Turner all played well for the Vikings.

Today the Vikings hit the road. Girls Soccer will play at Hope, Volleyball goes to Scituate and Boys Soccer to Lincoln to face Davies Technical Academy.








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