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  • Sign Up For CODE RED

    With the potential for our area to be impacted by the effects Hurricane Joaquin the City of Newport would like to take this opportunity to inform or remind residents of their ability to enroll in the City’s Mass Notification System, Code Red. This tool is used for both Emergency and Non-Emergency situations and allows the City to contact residents with important messages.

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  • Boatbuilding Program Launch 17-foot Dory at Fort Adams

    Recently, twelve local students aged 14-16, had the chance to showcase what they learned during a 6-week Summer Boatbuilding Program, a collaborative effort put on by the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Newport Area Career & Technical Center (NACTC).

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  • We Will For Will

    Recently the Rogers Viking community gathered to plant a tree to honor and remember Will Foreman, a Viking forever.

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  • Rogers MUSE Students Meet the Governor

    The MUSE students from Rogers High School traveled to Providence recently to visit the Rhode Island Charter Museum in the State House.

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  • As Volvo Fleet Sails Away, New Youth Boatbuilding Programs Sails into Newport

    The Volvo Ocean Race fleet has sailed away, leaving in its wake thousands of local youth with fresh exposure to the excitement of boating. A new boatbuilding program that launches this summer in Newport will give those young people who want to further their interest an opportunity to explore the marine trades as a potential career path.

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  • NACTC: Local high school students have the right to choose

    The Newport Area Career and Technical Center (NACTC) kicks-off an informational campaign designed to inform the public about the different types of educational opportunities that are available to high school students and highlight the fact that all students in Newport and the surrounding districts have the right to attend NACTC at no additional cost to families.

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  • Viking Robotic Champions!

    The Rogers High School Robotics Team takes top honors in both divisions of the 5th annual SeaPerch Undersea Robotics Derby on Saturday, 31 January 2015. Rogers Robotics entered two teams, Team Thor for the Open Division, and The Pink Panthers for the Stock Division. Both Teams won Overall Champion in their divisions. The competition was fierce, and the Open Division title finish was a sudden death tiebreaker. Team Thor rallied and came away victorious, winning 1st Place Overall in the advanced division.

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 Rogers High School


October 9, 2015



College Advisor

Attention seniors! The deadline to sign up for the November SAT is October 22. See Ms. Mardo in the College Room or Guidance to sign up. 

Sock Drive

We will be running a Sock Drive through October 22nd to benefit Boston’s Healthcare for the Homeless program.  This program serves over 12,000 homeless persons each year and is run by a native of Newport, Dr. Jim O’Connell, a pioneer in the nation for developing health care programs for the homeless.  This is a concrete way to show our support from his hometown which will benefit the many individuals Dr. O’Connell goes out on the street to treat.  White socks are preferred, in all sizes; please drop them off in the bubble to Mrs. Lentz.  Thank you!!

Haunted House

There will be a brief meeting in the cafeteria today at 2:00 pm for anyone who would like to participate in setting up and running the Haunted House for Morgan O’Donnell and Dori Calwey’s Senior Project.  Everyone is welcome!

School Pictures

School Pictures will be taken on October 16 & October 19.  Order forms will be sent home Tuesday.

Mock Trial Team

There will be an informational meeting for the Mock Trial Team in Room 118 at 2:10 on Wednesday October 14.

Health Office

The Flu Clinic is being held this morning in the auditorium until 9:45.  Only those students who have signed up will be called-please go to the Health Office to receive your student pass for the Flu Clinic.  See Mrs. Druken for any questions.


Rogers beat Central 2-1 on senior day.  Seniors Elizabeth Murphy and Aliyah Jones were honored at halftime, but before that Rogers took an early 2-0 lead with 2 goals from Elizabeth Murphy.  Juliana Dimeglio had 2 saves for Rogers.  Kalie Butler and Jane Leys played well for Rogers.

The girls’ tennis team concluded their regular season with a 7-0 loss to division leading Chariho. Good luck tomorrow to Katie Tejada and Aria Winters in the state doubles tournament.

Later today all Vikings will be out on the road competing. Boys’ soccer in Woonsocket, Volleyball at Juanita Sanchez and Football versus St. Rays. Monday morning at 10:30am the JV football team will host St. Rays up at Toppa field.

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