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  • RHS Announcements- 1/13/2017

    Roger Williams Scholarship:

    Great Scholarship Opportunity for college bound seniors:

    Rhode Island founder Roger Williams was a remarkable man. He came from a very modest background, and access to education was absolutely key in shaping his character, beliefs, and actions throughout his life. Roger Williams set the standard for separation of church and state that the nation adopted, and his vision and determination built the “lively experiment” that was and is Rhode Island. Many of his values are more relevant than ever.

    Please stop by guidance for further information.


    Students All Z drives will be removed on January 25th 2017.   This gives you more than enough time to relocate any and all files to your Google Drive.  Google Drive has unlimited storage, unlike your Z drives. 


    Freshman basketball was defeated yesterday by Bishop Hendricken. Tonight the JV and varsity boys’ teams will travel to Warwick to play Toll Gate.

    Girls’ JV and varsity basketball swept Middletown. Izzy Booth, Keana McCants and Andrea Reddick all scored in double figures to pace the Lady Vikings.

    Swim had a great showing in Lincoln but in the end came away with a split. The girls handed the Lions their first loss of the season and the boys lost despite winning 7 of the 11 events.

    Over the long weekend the gymnasts, hockey and girls indoor track teams will all be in action!


     

     

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  • RHS Announcements- 1/12/2017

    Students All Z drives will be removed on January 25th 2017.   This gives you more than enough time to relocate any and all files to your Google Drive.  Google Drive has unlimited storage, unlike your Z drives. 


    Swim team travels to Lincoln this afternoon. All swimmers please remember to pick-up your early dismissal slip from the Dean's office during your lunch today.

    Our gymnastics girls will compete at 7:15 tonight at the YMCA alongside Middletown, Portsmouth and Prout.

    In the gym starting at 3:30, the freshman basketball team will play Bishop Hendricken. They will be followed by the girls taking the court against rival Middletown! JV tips at 5:15 and the varsity game will begin at 7pm. Remember a valid student ID is necessary for free admission otherwise you can expect to pay $5.


     

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  • RHS Announcements- 1/11/2017

    Newport Community School will run from 2:45pm - 4:15pm in the library. Come get your make up work or homework done. Today's Enrichment programs are: Yoga & Best Buddies. 


    Junior Class officers will meet in Room 118 after school today for a short meeting.


    Girls basketball overwhelmed Exeter/West Greenwich 54-25 for an easy win while the freshman boys lost by 10 to Barrington.

    On the track Monday night the Lady Vikings cruised to a couple of victories against Central Falls and Ponaganset in Providence. Ajahnea Greene, Zahria Evans and Kristina Copeland all placed first in their events. 

    Last night Brian Neal and Ty Medeiros finished first in their events but the team lost to Narragansett and South Kingstown.


     

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  • RHS Junior Matthew Spring wins Statewide Teen Dating Violence Bookmark Design Contest

    Matthew Spring, a Junior in the Advertising ~ Design & New Media program at the Newport Career and Technical Center & Rogers High School won First Place in the State wide Lindsey Ann Burke Foundation Bookmark design contest.

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  • Welcome to our School Survey regarding School Start Times for September 2016.

    Would you please take two minutes to answer this very short survey on how you feel about changing the school start times for September 2016? This request to give feedback is being sent to you because you have a child at one or more of our schools or you are an employee that works in our district. Research has shown that our older children need more hours of sleep while they are in high school. In an effort to address the best learning opportunities for our students, the Newport School Committee is considering making time changes for all schools to pilot this. The high school would change by 45 minutes and the other schools would change by 15 minutes. The Newport School Committee has held public workshops and meetings in the past few months to see how parents feel about this. Now we would like to hear from you in a survey. The new start and end times would be: TMS 7:45-2:15 RHS 8:15-2:45 PES 8:45-3:15.

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