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  • RHS Announcements- 3/28/2017

    Seniors who signed up for the Bristol Community College field trip or CCRI Newport field trip should come to Guidance to get a permission slip from Ms. Leung. Please return permission slips by Monday, April 3rd.


    Middletown Youth Soccer Club Scholarship is now available. Applicants should have a strong history of service to the Middletown Youth Soccer Club, as well as academic achievement, community service, participation in extra-curricular activities, and outstanding accomplishments. Please check out the scholarship list in the guidance office. 


    Seniors - Please check the wall outside the main office to check the status of your senior project products.  All time logs are due by April 6th.  Presentations are scheduled for May 16th.


    Seniors - Herrf-Jones will be here this Thursday, during advisory to provide information regarding class rings and to take measurements for cap and gown.  Make sure you are here.  This year's cap and gown cost is $30.


    Juniors - School day administration of the SAT is scheduled for Wednesday, April 5th.  There is a mandatory assembly in the cafeteria on Thursday for pre-administration information and paperwork.


    The AP exams have been ordered.  ALL students in AP courses should check the wall outside the main office to be sure a test has been ordered for you. Friday was the deadline.


    Sophomore class is holding a Genevieve's fundraiser. See any member of the sophomore class to place your order for cookie dough, Panera soups, or other delicious goodies. Sophomores remember, the student who sells the most items receives a $50 Visa gift card. We hope you will support the class of 2019!


    The Rogers High School International Food Night is tomorrow, beginning at 5:30 in the RHS cafeteria.  The cost of admission is either $1 or a home-made plate of food to be shared highlighting your cultural background.  If you would like to participate by providing a food offering, please email christiannefisher@npsri.net especially if anything needs to be stored or heated. Please join us as we share our cultural heritage through the art of food and support our senior and event organizer, Darley Garcia in the completion of her senior project concept!


    Join the Rogers Robotics Team for Spaghetti Dinner at Sardella's on Sunday April 2nd. Help support their trip to nationals in Atlanta, Georgia this May. Tickets available from team members or see Coach Dickison.


    Newport Public Schools has partnered with the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Herreshoff Marine Museum for an interactive Marine Trades Exploration Week, to take place over spring vacation, April 17-21 from 8:00am-3:00pm. Students will learn all aspects of the Marine Trades industry through a variety of hands on activities such as carpentry, composites, sail-making and boatbuilding and take interactive field trips to locations including IYRS and Goetz Composites. Through the generosity of the van Bueren Charitable Foundation, there is no fee to students or families, daily transportation is provided from Newport and upon completion students receive a $100 VISA gift card. The program is open to students in grades 912 residing in the greater Newport Area- including Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth and Tiverton. The application deadline is April 3 and space is limited to 10 students so APPLY TODAY! Contact kerryclarke@npsri.net for more information. Click the following link for application: April Marine Trades Application


    Rogers High School Softball Team Fundraiser, tonight at Papa Gino’s from 4-9:00 pm. The team will earn 20% of the sales.


    International Food Night

    Marine Trades Flyer 

    RHS Softball Fundraiser



     

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  • RHS Announcements- 3/27/2017

    Middletown Youth Soccer Club Scholarship is now available. Applicants should have a strong history of service to the Middletown Youth Soccer Club, as well as academic achievement, community service, participation in extra-curricular activities, and outstanding accomplishments. Please check out the scholarship list in the guidance office. 


    All of Mrs. Cousins classes have been relocated to room 306 until further notice.


    Seniors - Please check the wall outside the main office to check the status of your senior project products.  All time logs are due by April 6th.  Presentations are scheduled for May 16th.


    Seniors - Herrf-Jones will be here on Thursday during advisory to provide information regarding class rings and to take measurements for cap and gown.  Make sure you are here.  This year's cap and gown cost is $30.


    Juniors - School day administration of the SAT is scheduled for Wednesday, April 5th.  There is a mandatory assembly in the cafeteria on Thursday for pre-administration information and paperwork.


    The AP exams have been ordered.  ALL students in AP courses should check the wall outside the main office to be sure a test has been ordered for you. Friday was the deadline.


    Congratulations to Lilia Bohensky who recently received the Aspirations in Computing Award from the National Center for Women and Information Technology. She was selected out of a record number of applications, as she stood out among her peers as a young woman with technical skills and potential. Lilia is a junior in the AOIT program.


    The SMILE Program will meet after school today in Rm 813.


    Newport Community School will run out of the library today. Students participating in Transition to College take bus #3 at dismissal. Today's enrichment programs are: Drawing, Manicure Mondays, & Off the Curb. All students check into the library first. Attention Juniors - NCS will be running an SAT reading/writing prep course. See Miss Dugan at lunch or in the NCS office to sign up. 


    Sophomore class is holding a Genevieve's fundraiser. See any member of the sophomore class to place your order for cookie dough, Panera soups, or other delicious goodies. Sophomores remember, the student who sells the most items receives a $50 Visa gift card. We hope you will support the class of 2019!


    The Rogers High School International Food Night has been rescheduled.  It is this Wednesday, beginning at 5:30 in the RHS cafeteria.  The cost of admission is either $1 or a home-made plate of food to be shared highlighting your cultural background.  If you would like to participate by providing a food offering, please email christiannefisher@npsri.net especially if anything needs to be stored or heated. Please join us as we share our cultural heritage through the art of food and support our senior and event organizer, Darley Garcia in the completion of her senior project concept!


    Join the Rogers Robotics Team for Spaghetti Dinner at Sardella's on Sunday April 2nd. Help support their trip to nationals in Atlanta, Georgia this May. Tickets available from team members or see Coach Dickison.


    Newport Public Schools has partnered with the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Herreshoff Marine Museum for an interactive Marine Trades Exploration Week, to take place over spring vacation, April 17-21 from 8:00am-3:00pm. Students will learn all aspects of the Marine Trades industry through a variety of hands on activities such as carpentry, composites, sail-making and boatbuilding and take interactive field trips to locations including IYRS and Goetz Composites. Through the generosity of the van Bueren Charitable Foundation, there is no fee to students or families, daily transportation is provided from Newport and upon completion students receive a $100 VISA gift card. The program is open to students in grades 912 residing in the greater Newport Area- including Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth and Tiverton. The application deadline is April 3 and space is limited to 10 students so APPLY TODAY! Contact kerryclarke@npsri.net for more information. Click the following link for application: April Marine Trades Application


    Join us at the Newport Public Library tonight at 5:00 pm. Have you ever wanted to create your own film? Here’s your chance to dive into the film process in this class exploring Window’s Movie Maker program. We’ll learn how to compose a personalized movie that incorporates features like video, photos, background music and narration.  Registration requested. Walk-ins will be accommodated if computers are available.


    Rogers High School Softball Team Fundraiser, tomorrow night at Papa Gino’s from 4-9:00 pm. The team will earn 20% of the sales.


    The gym schedule for today has the softball team in at 3:30pm followed by baseball at 5:30pm.


     

    International Food Night

    Marine Trades Flyer 

    RHS Softball Fundraiser

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  • RHS Announcements- 3/24/2017

    Sophomore class is holding a Genevieve's fundraiser. See any member of the sophomore class to place your order for cookie dough, Panera soups, or other delicious goodies. Sophomores remember, the student who sells the most items receives a $50 Visa gift card. We hope you will support the class of 2019!


    The Rogers High School International Food Night has been rescheduled.  It is on Wednesday, March 29th beginning at 5:30 in the RHS cafeteria.  The cost of admission is either $1 or a home-made plate of food to be shared highlighting your cultural background.  If you would like to participate by providing a food offering, please email christiannefisher@npsri.net especially if anything needs to be stored or heated. Please join us as we share our cultural heritage through the art of food and support our senior and event organizer, Darley Garcia in the completion of her senior project concept!


    Join the Rogers Robotics Team for Spaghetti Dinner at Sardella's on Sunday April 2nd. Help support their trip to nationals in Atlanta, Georgia this May. Tickets available from team members or see Coach Dickison.


    We are recruiting any RHS students to participate in the Newport Night Run on Saturday, April 1st for Free. Limited number of sponsorships available. Please sign-up in the main office and fill out the sponsored student enrollment form. If you have signed up and have not filled out the form, please come to the main office.


    The next available Driver’s Education Classes at the East Bay Learning Center will be offered May 12th, June 2nd and June 16th. Please stop by the main office or call Mrs. DeSantis at (401) 338-1109 for more information.


    Newport Public Schools has partnered with the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Herreshoff Marine Museum for an interactive Marine Trades Exploration Week, to take place over spring vacation, April 17-21 from 8:00am-3:00pm. Students will learn all aspects of the Marine Trades industry through a variety of hands-on activities such as carpentry, composites, sail-making and boatbuilding and take interactive field trips to locations including IYRS and Goetz Composites. Through the generosity of the van Bueren Charitable Foundation, there is no fee to students or families, daily transportation is provided from Newport and upon completion students receive a $100 VISA gift card. The program is open to students in grades 9-12 residing in the greater Newport Area- including Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth & Tiverton. The application deadline is April 3 and space is limited to 10 students so APPLY TODAY! Contact kerryclarke@npsri.net for more information. Click the following link for application. April Marine Trades application



     

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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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