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  • RHS Announcements- 5/23/2017

    YEARBOOKS are now on sale!! The cost is $65.00. Please see Mr. Connell in Room 308, to place your order.

    Senior Prom tickets are now on sale!!  See members of the senior class to buy tickets, during lunch. Tickets are $20 each and the prom will be held at The Bohlin, at 7pm. The last day to buy tickets is May 31st.

    ALL seniors who participated in an at least one sport this year should have received an "Athletic Participation" google form in their school email. It must be completed by Tuesday May 30th in order to receive your complimentary plaque from the Boosters at the Senior Sports Awards on Sunday June 11th. If you do not complete the form you will not receive a plaque. Thank you to the 22 seniors who have completed the form.

    In North Providence yesterday the girls’ lacrosse team won again defeating the Cougars 13-7. Congratulations to Jane Leys who scored 6 times in the game and reached 100 career goals! Riley Murphy, Crystal Fuerte and Rose Kutsaftis played a strong defensive game. Tonight the girls’ finish their regular season with a road game at 7pm in Tiverton.

    Boys’ lacrosse bowed, 6-3, to Chariho on their senior day. Mitchell Ventura accounted for all 3 of Rogers goals. Thank you to our seniors for their dedication to the lacrosse program - Fred Lohrum, McKenzie Leno, Curtis Rolando, Jacob Hibbad, Tyler Blake and Costa McKeon.

    Today the baseball team will host a doubleheader at Cardines beginning at 4:15pm. The team will also recognize senior Jadin Granger.

    Good luck to the freshman boys on the track team who will compete in today's State Championship in Westerly!

    Softball heads out to East Greenwich for their final road game of the regular season at 4pm today.

    May Calendar for Newport Public Library

    May Events for Teens at Newport Public Library

    Yearbook Flyer 2017

    Viking Hoops Basketball Camp- Summer 2017



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  • RHS- Viking Hoops Basketball Summer Camp 2017

    Vikings Hoops Basketbal Camp Summer 2017

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  • RHS/NACTC- Summer Boatbuilding Earn & Learn Program

    The Newport Area Career and Tech Center (NACTC) in partnership with Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) brings back its popular "Earn While You Learn" program incorporating work experience, career exploration, leadership development, mentoring, creativity and job readiness. This program is open to youth between 14-16 years old who have expressed an interest in the marine trade or boatbuilding industry. 

    -students must be 14-16 years old and available all 6 weeks from July 10-August 17th

    -program is 6 weeks, Monday-Thursday, 8:30-12:30

    Bonus: participants will receive a $200 stipend every other week.

    To Apply, please see attached flyer and/or use this link for application. Only 12 spots available, application deadline June 2

    Summer Boatbuilding Flyer 2017


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RHS Latest News


    BankNewport is pleased to announce its fifth year partnership with Rogers High School in Newport to sponsor a youth financial literacy program during the current academic school year.

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  • Parents - Please Take our School Climate Survey

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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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  • Parent Portal

    Please click the Parent Portal headline above if you have any questions about the Parent Portal or to request an account.

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