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  • Wednesday, October 17, 2017 Announcements

    The annual flu clinic for staff and students will be held on Monday, October 30th from 7:30 - 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE pre-register online at www.schoolflu.com
     
    Newport County College and Career Fair will be held at Tiverton High School Thursday, October 19th, 5:30-7pm.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with more than 100 colleges, universities, technical schools and business partners.
     
    Miss DeCollibus will be holding a "How To Make Your Common App Less Common" workshop filled with general tips and tricks for completing your application.  Meet her in the Library TODAY after school for a quick presentation followed by time to ask questions and work on your applications.
     
    Friday night the football cheerleaders will be holding their annual "Pink Out."  Beginning Wednedsay and running for the remainder of the week the girls will be selling pink ribbons for $1.  All proceeds for the ribbon sales will be donated to the Gloiria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation.
     
    Rogers is exploring the possibility of Girls Ice Hockey for this winter.  This will be a 4 month commitment so if you are serious about playing you need to see Mr. Cawley, Rogers Athletic Direct, by this Thursday.  He is available before school, during lunches and immediately after school.
     
    The Fitness Center will be open and staffed with a trainer tomorrow.  All are welcome!
     
    ​Community Service Club first information session is October 19th (Thursday) at 2:50 pm​ in the Graphics Room 308.  Donuts will be there!
     
    The next meeting of the Rogers theatre company will be after school on Thursday October 19th in room 100 to go over the cast list, pass out scripts and do an informal read through of the Show. If you cannot make it to the meeting or if you have any questions please see Mr.Corr. 
     
    Free SAT Virtual Tutoring Sessions are being offered by Brown Undergraduates
    Tuesdays 5-7, Fridays 4-6 and Saturdays 1-3
    Contact Miss DeCollibus for the link to participate. 
     
    Girl's tennis team improved to 12-3 with a 6-1 victory over Hope in a shortened match.  In singles winners were Meg Turner, Faye Callahan and Bridget Murphy.  Doubles victories were recorded by Emily Tollifson/Katie Tejada, Aubrey Baker/Miran Arambarri and Riley Murphy/Morrigan Brady. Today the team celebrates their 13 seniors as they take on county rival Tiverton at 4pm.
     
    Boys soccer will also honor their seniors at halftime of their 4pm home match with Davies.
     
    This evening girls volleyball host neighboring Middletown in their final home match and will recognize their seniors too! JVs play at 4:30 followed by the varsity at 6pm.
     
    At Mt. Hope High School this afternoon the freshman football team is in action versus the Huskies.
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  • Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Announcements

    The annual flu clinic for staff and students will be held on Monday, October 30th from 7:30 - 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE pre-register online at www.schoolflu.com
     
    The award winning rogers Robotics Team is looking for a few good students.  We have opening on the JV team for several robotics enthusiasts, no experience required.  See Lord Dickison after school in Room 212 for details.  Meeting are on Tuesdays.
     
    Newport County College and Career Fair will be held at Tiverton High School Thursday, October 19th, 5:30-7pm.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with more than 100 colleges, universities, technical schools and business partners.
     
    Miss DeCollibus will be holding a "How To Make Your Common App Less Common" workshop filled with general tips and tricks for completing your application.  Meet her in the Library Wednesday, October 19th after school for a quick presentation followed by time to ask questions and work on your applications.
     
    Friday night the football cheerleaders will be holding their annual "Pink Out."  Beginning Wednedsay and running for the remainder of the week the girls will be selling pink ribbons for $1.  All proceeds for the ribbon sales will be donated to the Gloiria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation.
     
    Rogers is exploring the possibility of Girls Ice Hockey for this winter.  This will be a 4 month commitment so if you are serious about playing you need to see Mr. Cawley, Rogers Athletic Direct, by this Thursday.  He is available before school, during lunches and immediately after school.
     
    The Fitness Center will be open and staffed with a trainer on Tuesday and Thursday this week.  All are welcome!
     
    Tomorrow is Senior Day for Girls Tennis, Boys Soccer and Girls Volleyball teams.  Seniors on those teams please make sure your family is aware and in attendance.  Ceremonies will be held before the tennis and volleyball match while soccer will honor your during halftime.
     
    Friday the boys soccer team played to a 2-2 tie with Blackstone Valley Academy.  Congratulations to Jack Gomes the team's goal keeper for being named the Newport Daily News Athlete of the Week.
     
    Girls Tennis lost a 6-1 decision to Middletown.  This afternoon, at home, the girls will take on Hope starting at 4 pm.  
     
    Girls Soccer was defeated 3-0 by Cranston East.
     
    The JV Football team was dropped by Middletown.

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  • Friday, October 13, 2017 Announcements

    ATTENTION SENIORS - Newport Community School will be running a weekly senior project program on Monday afternoons.  See either Miss Dugan or Mrs. Rosa for more information.
     
    Miss DeCollibus will be holding a “How to make you Common App Less Common” work shop filled with general tips and tricks for completing your application. Meet her in the Library Wednesday October 18th after school for a quick presentation followed by time to ask questions and work on your applications.
     
    Newport County College and Career Fair will be held at Tiverton High School Thursday, October 19th from 5:30 - 7:00 pm.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with more than 100 colleges, universities, technical schools and business partners.
     
    The annual flu clinic  for staff and students will be held on Monday, October 30th from 7:30 - 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE pre-register online at www.schoolflu.com
     
    Seniors!  Please send your senior quote, senior photo and baby photo for the yearbook as soon as possible to Mr. Connell via email or bring them in to the graphics room in 308.  Thank you!
     
    The Award winning Rogers Robotics Team is looking for a few good students. We have openings on the JV team for several robotics enthusiasts , no experience required. See Lord Dickison after school in room 212 for details. Meetings are on Tuesday.
     
    ​The Homecoming game has been changed to Friday, November 3rd.  Spirit Week will being on Monday, October 30th.  The Homecoming Dance will be Saturday, November 4th.
     
    ​Teen Travel Club has been cancelled for today.  Friday, October 13th.
     
    ​Alexandra Cranson banged home two goals, while Mackenzie Palmer and Jane Leys each scored one themselves to push the girls soccer team to their first win of the season! The girls defeated Classical 4-2. 
     
    The girls volleyball team came ready to play last night. Despite losing the opening game to division leader Tiverton the Lady Vikings controlled the rest of the match winning the next 3 games to handed the Tigers only their second loss of the season. JVs were also successful taming the Tigers.
     
    The tennis team lost to East Providence yesterday by a score of 4-3.  The team now stands at 11-2.
     
    This afternoon the boys soccer team will host Blackstone Valley Academy at 4:30. Later this evening at 7pm the football team will plays Middletown out at Gaudet Middle School.
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  • Thursday, October 12, 2017 Announcements

    ATTENTION SENIORS - Newport Community School will be running a weekly senior project program on Monday afternoons. See either Miss Dugan or Mrs. Rosa for more information.

    Newport Community School will run till 415 pm in the library. Students participating in hip hop dance please check into the library first.

    Tonight at 6pm Rogers will be hosting a FAFSA Completion Night. Bring yourself and a caretaker to complete the financial aid paperwork required by all universities. Miss DeCollibus, and your future, are counting on you to complete your FAFSA. Get it done!

    Miss DeCollibus will be holding a “How to make you Common App Less Common” work shop filled with general tips and tricks for completing your application. Meet her in the Library Wednesday October 18th after school for a quick presentation followed by time to ask questions and work on your applications.

    Newport County College and Career Fair will be held at Tiverton High School Thursday, October 19th from 5:30 - 7:00 pm. Don't miss the opportunity to meet with more than 100 colleges, universities, technical schools and business partners.

    The annual flu clinic for staff and students will be held on Monday,
    October 30th from 7:30 - 9:30 AM in Room 307. PLEASE pre-register online at www.schoolflu.com

    This week the Fitness Center will be open and staffed from 3-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday.

    Seniors! Please send your senior quote, senior photo and baby photo for the yearbook as soon as possible to Mr. Connell via email or bring them in to the graphics room in 308. Thank you!

    The Rogers High School Theatre Company will be holding auditions for its winter production of “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon” TODAY immediately after school in room 100 and @ 6pm in the room 100 as well. Everyone is welcome to join and be a part of this wacky, fast paced comedy which attempts to accurately retell all of the Brothers Grimm fairy tales in a single 90 minute production. Anyone who auditions for a speaking role will be asked to read parts of a scene from the show so no preparation or prior experience is needed. See Mr. Corr in room 100 with any questions or to get the audition sheets in advance. Hope to see you there.

    The Award winning Rogers Robotics Team is looking for a few good students. We have openings on the JV team for several robotics enthusiasts , no experience required. See Lord Dickison after school in room 212 for details. Meetings are on Tuesday.

    Senior Class shirt money is due TOMORROW! Long sleeve shirts are $20, short sleeve shirts are $18, both are $35. Bring money to Alize, Ajahnea or Phoebe at all three lunches.

    ​The Homecoming game has been changed to Friday, November 3rd. Spirit Week will being on Monday, October 30th. The Homecoming Dance will be Saturday, November 4th.

    Come out and support the Lady vikings this afternoon! Girls tennis will host East Providence, girls soccer welcomes in Classical and the girls volleyball team will entertain Tiverton.


     

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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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