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  • At last night’s school committee meeting, the committee considered changing the school starting times this fall.  The action was delayed until the May 8th, 2018 school committee meeting to allow ample notice be given to the community about the proposed changes. The proposed change would bring the school start time to what they were originally, prior to the change in RHS starting time, and the school days being considered are:

    Rogers High School                   7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

    Thompson Middle School           8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    Pell Elementary School              8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    These changes will be considered for approval at the May 8th, 2018 school committee meeting.  If you have concerns or questions about the new school starting times, please reach out to your school committee members or the Superintendent of Schools.


     
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  • Friday, May 25, 2018 Announcements

    BLOOD DRIVE

    ■ On Wednesday, May 30th, RHS will be hosting a blood drive in memory of McKenzie Leno from 12 pm - 8 pm.  Sign-ups will be on Thursday, May 24th and Tuesday, May 29th in the cafeteria during all three lunches. Please see Mikayla Ventura or Brielle Mosher with any questions. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Attention all seniors, if you have participated AND completed at least 1 sport season this year you will be invited to the 50th Annual Rogers Athletics Boosters Senior Sports Award dinner. First, please check your school email for a link to a google form to be filled out for your award. The form must be completed by next Tuesday, May 29th in order to receive an award.

    ■ Seniors:  The cost for the cap and gown is $30.00.  Payment may be made in cash or by check, payable to Rogers High School and brought to the main office.  Payments are due by graduation rehearsal in June.

    JUNIORS

    ■ Attention any Junior who has signed up to take URI Writing 104 next school year 2018/19, please plan on attending a mandatory meeting with Mrs. Rosa to review the curriculum and start the registration process with URI.  You only need to attend one meeting.  Meetings will be directly after school on Tuesday, May 29th, Thursday, May 31st, and Monday, June 4th, in Room 120.  If you cannot attend one of these meetings, with a legitimate conflict, please email Mrs. Rosa at jessicarosa@npsri.net.  

    SPORTS

    ■ Our top-seeded girls lacrosse team came out determined and made quick work of Tiverton eliminating the Tigers 20-3. Jane Leys finished with a game-high six goals and five assists. Liza Nunes and Faye Callahan each scored four goals, while Emma Daigneault and Lauren Martland added two each. The girls will host the semifinal match versus Cranston West next Wednesday at 3:45 pm.

    Boys lacrosse took the girls lead and also come out of the blocks quickly building a quick 5-0 lead and never looked back ending North Providence's season with a decisive 15-1 win. John Nunes scored three goals while Mitch Ventura and Antonio Madera each had two. Olin Martins and Wil Martins chipped in with a goal apiece. Nick Klassner made 13 saves against the Cougars in net. Boys will play their semifinal game on the road against Chariho next Wednesday at 7 pm.

    ■A 'good job' to Emelie Kroeger, Kayleigh Mosher and Jaden Petrie who all performed well yesterday at the RI girls freshman outdoor track & field state championship. Tomorrow varsity members of the team will have their final shot to qualify for the state meet at the Mt. Pleasant Invitational. Members of the boys team will take their shot at the Hendricken Invitational.

    ■ Cheerleading try-outs for next Fall will be held on Tuesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 31st from 6-8pm in the gym. All interested MUST attend both evenings! Participants should wear appropriate clothing, NO jeans or jewelry. The try-out is closed and not open to family, friends or other spectators. Any questions please see Mr. Cawley or contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com.

    2018/19 RHS START TIMES

    ■ Effective September 2018, the new start times for RHS will be as follows:  Bell at 7:25 and classes 7:30 am to 2:00 pm.

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  • Thursday, May 24, 2018 Announcements

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Today will be Newport Community Schools last day for the school year. Come get your homework and makeup work done. Transportation home is at 4:15.  Any questions see Ms. Dugan. 

    BLOOD DRIVE

    ■ On Wednesday, May 30th, RHS will be hosting a blood drive in memory of McKenzie Leno from 12 pm - 8 pm.  Sign-ups will be on Thursday, May 24th and Tuesday, May 29th in the cafeteria during all three lunches. Please see Mikayla Ventura or Brielle Mosher with any questions. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: if you still need to present your senior project come to the NCS office to schedule a presentation time!

    ■ Attention all seniors, if you have participated AND completed at least 1 sport season this year you will be invited to the 50th Annual Rogers Athletics Boosters Senior Sports Award dinner. First, please check your school email for a link to a google form to be filled out for your award. The form must be completed by next Tuesday, May 29th in order to receive an award.

    ■ Seniors:  The cost for the cap and gown is $30.00.  Payment may be made in cash or by check, payable to Rogers High School and brought to the main office.  Payments are due by graduation rehearsal in June.

    JUNIORS

    ■ Attention any Junior who has signed up to take URI Writing 104 next school year 2018/19, please plan on attending a mandatory meeting with Mrs. Rosa to review the curriculum and start the registration process with URI.  You only need to attend one meeting.  Meetings will be directly after school on Tuesday, May 29th, Thursday, May 31st, and Monday, June 4th, in Room 120.  If you cannot attend one of these meetings, with a legitimate conflict, please email Mrs. Rosa at jessicarosa@npsri.net.  

    SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE

    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments are having their Spring Concert and Showcase today, Thursday, May 24th, at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. It will feature students from Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Guitar, and Ukulele!  There will be artwork on display in the lobby from the art classes this semester as well!  Come out and support your fellow students and enjoy a night of exciting music and art!

    SPORTS

    ■Rogers Sailing Team Hosted the RI Sailing State Championships yesterday at Sail Newport. Viking sailors sailed well and placed 6th overall out of 14 teams. Skipper Tyler Miller and crew Emma Porter sailed well in A fleet. Skipper Colin McCabe and crew Eliza Taylor sailed well in B fleet, notching the best single finish for the Vikings with a third in the last race of the day.

    ■Rogers boys track and field team competed in the freshman state championship yesterday. The boys placed 4th out of over 40 teams with 43 points. Ian Hall won the javelin and finished 2nd in the shot put. Kaiden Medeiros was 6th in the pole vault, and Parker Hagen finished 3rd in the triple jump. Angelo Cuevas was 3rd in the 400, 4x800 along with Michael Phelps, Will Farley, and Manny Simes and 4x400 along with Will Farley, Damon Madison, Manny Simes. Jacobi Garner, Anthony Forest, Cameron Brown and Sylvester London all hagood days as well! 

    ■This afternoon the girls freshman track team will compete in their state championship.

    ■ Join us out at the track this afternoon for playoff lacrosse! The top seeded girls will host Tiverton at 3:45 followed by the boys at 5:30. The boys will host North Providence.

    ■ Cheerleading try-outs for next Fall will be held on Tuesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 31st from 6-8pm in the gym. All interested MUST attend both evenings! Participants should wear appropriate clothing, NO jeans or jewelry. The try-out is closed and not open to family, friends or other spectators. Any questions please see Mr. Cawley or contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com.

    2018/19 RHS START TIMES

    ■ Effective September 2018, the new start times for RHS will be as follows:  Bell at 7:25 and classes 7:30 am to 2:00 pm.

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  • Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Announcements

    BLOOD DRIVE

    ■ On Wednesday, May 30th, RHS will be hosting a blood drive in memory of McKenzie Leno from 12 pm - 8 pm.  Sign-ups will be on Thursday, May 24th and Tuesday, May 29th in the cafeteria during all three lunches. Please see Mikayla Ventura or Brielle Mosher with any questions. 

    VIKING PRESS NEWSPAPER

    ■ There will be a Viking Press Newspaper meeting today, Wednesday, May 23rd.  All are welcome to attend.  Contact Josephine with any questions.

    SENIORS

    ■ Attention all seniors, if you have participated AND completed at least 1 sport season this year you will be invited to the 50th Annual Rogers Athletics Boosters Senior Sports Award dinner. First, please check your school email for a link to a google form to be filled out for your award. The form must be completed by next Tuesday, May 29th in order to receive an award.

    ■ Seniors:  The cost for the cap and gown is $30.00.  Payment may be made in cash or by check, payable to Rogers High School and brought to the main office. Payments are due by graduation rehearsal in June.

    SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE

    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments are having their Spring Concert and Showcase tomorrow, Thursday, May 24th, at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. It will feature students from Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Guitar, and Ukulele!  There will be artwork on display in the lobby from the art classes this semester as well!  Come out and support your fellow students and enjoy a night of exciting music and art!

    SPORTS

    ■ Cheerleading try-outs for next Fall will be held on Tuesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 31st from 6-8pm in the gym. All interested MUST attend both evenings! Participants should wear appropriate clothing, NO jeans or jewelry. The try-out is closed and not open to family, friends or other spectators. Any questions please see Mr. Cawley or contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com.

    ■ Girls lacrosse closed out the regular season yesterday with a victory over Mt. St. Charles. The win secured the playoff's top seed, program's first undefeated regular season and the school's first-ever regular season division title! Outstanding work ladies and congratulations you have put a new banner in the gym. Tomorrow let's come out and support these girls in their opening playoff game down on the field at 3:45 pm.

    ■Softball finished their season on a high note before jumping into the playoffs by dismissing East Greenwich 13-3. The underclassman did a fantastic job recognizing their senior teammates and loved ones in a pre-game ceremony. Thank you to Natalia, Meg, Caeli, Danielle and Katie!

    ■ This afternoon at Fort Adams come down to the docks and watch our sailing team in action as they compete in today's RI State Championship.

    ■ Today the freshman members of the boys' track & field team will compete at the 9th-grade state championships. Good luck guys!

     Baseball plays there final regular season today at Hope High School at 4:30. 

    2018/19 RHS START TIMES

    ■ Effective September 2018, the new start times for RHS will be as follows:  Bell at 7:25 and classes 7:30 am to 2:00 pm.

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  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Announcements

    VIKING PRESS NEWSPAPER

    ■ There will be a Viking Press Newspaper meeting this Wednesday, May 23rd.  All are welcome to attend.  Contact Josephine with any questions.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library after school, come get your homework and makeup work done. The last day of NCS for the 2017-2018 school year will be this Thursday! 

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Class of 2019 National Honor Society:  Our next meeting is today, Tuesday, May 22 starting at 2:55 pm in room 106. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: If you have not already signed up to present, please see Ms. Dugan this week! Reminder - senior project is a graduation requirement. Any questions stop by the NCS office. 

    ■ Attention all seniors, if you have participated AND completed at least 1 sport season this year you will be invited to the 50th Annual Rogers Athletics Boosters Senior Sports Award dinner. First, please check your school email for a link to a google form to be filled out for your award. The form must be completed by next Tuesday, May 29th in order to receive an award.

    ■ Seniors:  The cost for the cap and gown is $30.00.  Payment may be made in cash or by check, payable to Rogers High School and brought to the main office.  Payments are due by graduation rehearsal in June.

    SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE

    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments are having their Spring Concert and Showcase this Thursday, May 24th, at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. It will feature students from Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Guitar, and Ukulele!  There will be artwork on display in the lobby from the art classes this semester as well!  Come out and support your fellow students and enjoy a night of exciting music and art!

    SPORTS

    ■ Cheerleading try-outs for next Fall will be held on Tuesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 31st from 6-8pm in the gym. All interested MUST attend both evenings! Participants should wear appropriate clothing, NO jeans or jewelry. The try-out is closed and not open to family, friends or other spectators. Any questions please see Mr. Cawley or contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com.

    ■ Boys Outdoor Track & Field tacked on another title to its resume as it won in the Class C championship meet at Narragansett on Monday. The boys compiled 170.5 points in besting runner-up East Greenwich and third-place Narragansett. Rogers won five field events, a pair of relays and recorded several other top-six finishes. Ed Garofalo won the triple jump with an effort of 43 feet, 6½ inches and was tops in the high jump with a 5-8 leap. Ty Medeiros won the long jump (21-2½), Ian Hall took the javelin (166-0) and Colton Kenney won the shot put (47-3¼). Nyrell Lockhart, Laraib Iqbal, Eldwin Peru and Osiris Parra combined to win the 4x100 relay with a time of 44.8 seconds. Angelo Cuevas joined Lockhart, Peru and Parra on the winning 4x400 relay team (3:34.9). Medeiros also finished second in two events, Brian Neal and Sam Bond each placed second and fourth in two events and Khalil Woodlyn was runner-up in an event. Ezra Montero, Kenney, Hall, Lockhart and Garofalo each recorded a third-place finish, while Graeme Clougher and Pete Hebda each scored with fourth-place efforts.

    ■Girls Outdoor Track Team finished 5th at their Class Championships. The girls had two winners today, with Abigail Mosher winning the pole vault at 7 feet 6 inches, and Jianna Peno winning the hammer throw at 114 feet 2 inches. Peno also placed third in the shot put at 34 feet 8.25 inches. Kristina Copeland turned in two excellent performances, placing second in the triple jump in a personal best of 32 feet 8 inches, and fourth in the long jump at 16 feet 1 inch. Brielle Mosher placed fifth in the javelin at 84 feet 8 inches, and Katrielle Hayes also turned in a fifth in the shot put at 30 feet 8.5 inches. The girls scored in two events on the track. The 4x100m relay team of K’yana Howard, Monique Allen, Zahria Evans, and Ashante Gayle turned in a season-best performance to finish third in 53.0 seconds. K’yana Howard accounted for half a point in the 200m dash, finishing tied for sixth place in 28.24 seconds. This afternoon the 9th-grade members of the team will compete in the Freshman State Championships.

    ■ Softball defeated West Warwick yesterday 10 to 1.  Shannon Ward picked up the win, allowing just 1 run on 3 hits while striking out 13.  Rogers were led by Kenzie Palmer, Jamie Ward, Lilly Bestoso, and Michaela Mathews each with 2 hits.  Ayla Newsome had a triple, while Maeve Newsome, Danielle Savage, Izzy Booth, Emma Bryan, and Shannon Ward each had a hit.   Meg Turner, Ani Murphy, Savage, and Ward all made great defensive plays for the Vikings. Today the team has senior day up at Toppa versus East Greenwich. First pitch is at 4 pm with a pre-game ceremony prior to that.

    ■ Baseball recognized their seniors: Jay, Alex, Hunter, Tyler, Ian and James before the start of last night's game against Central Falls. The team was trailing late when James Paiva came through late once again driving in a couple runs to tie the game. The boys were able to push one more run across to take the lead at 4-3 and that was all Alex Garcia needed. He pitched a complete game as he closed the door on the Warriors in the final inning.

    ■ Girls lacrosse heads back to Woonsocket this afternoon to finish a previously suspended game against Mt. St. Charles. A win would finish an undefeated regular season and claim the program's first ever division title and raise a NEW banner in the gym!

    2018/19 RHS START TIMES

    ■ Effective September 2018, the new start times for RHS will be as follows:  Bell at 7:25 and classes 7:30 am to 2:00 pm.

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