The juniors and seniors are teaming up to bring you some cheer by selling candy cane grams during the school lunches this week. For just $1 you can write a friendly message to any of your schoolmates or teachers and have it delivered with a red and white striped treat at the end of the day, next Tuesday, December 23rd. Don't leave for winter break without letting your friends and teachers know you appreciate them by sending them a candy cane gram!
The sophomore class is selling raffle tickets for a Christmas basket filled with holiday treats and gift certificates. Tickets are on sale for $1 and will be sold during lunch and during ADVISORY today. The drawing will be held on Monday, December 22nd. Thank you!
Newport Community School
Newport Community School’s Academic Program operates Monday – Thursday, in the Rogers High School Library, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Our Academic Program is staffed by Rogers High School teachers who support, understand and care about your child. Transportation provided daily. Don’t forget to sign up for session II Enrichment programs. NCS will be offering Yoga, Creative Camera, Off the Curb, Teen Scene @ The Library and more! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me, Ms. Kelsey Dugan, Program Coordinator at 401-847-6235 ext. 2999. I can also be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lifespan Summer Program
Lifespan's youth employment program is designed to promote career exploration and youth development by offering an eight-week paid summer internship at Newport Hospital. Students must be aged 16-19, in good academic standing, have a willingness to learn and an interest in health care or medical services. The online application is due Friday, January 2, 2015 and can be found on the Lifespan website under "Careers". For more information contact the School Based Coordinator, Kerry Clarke.
Senior Photos are due by January 1st. They can be sent by email to email@example.com
, a hard copy can also be turned into Mr. Connell in room 308 or Mrs. Grover in Guidance. Size 3x5 (vertical) or larger.
Success was realized last night on many levels in the pool! Both the boys and the girls teams defeated Mount St. Charles to earn their first victory of the season. Colin Martin established a new school record in the 200m individual medley. Others having stand out performances for the Vikings were Beatrix Lavigueur, Caeli Palmer, Matthew Marshall, Eric Vieira and Michael Ashby.
Later today the freshman basketball team will travel to Lincoln and the boys indoor track team opens up their dual meet season.