• Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Announcements

    Day 5  

    PTO MEETING

    ■ RHS will be holding it's first meeting of the newly organized PTO tonight.  The meeting will be held from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in room 900, NACTC bldg.  All parents/guardians are welcome to attend.

    SMILE PROGRAM  

    ■ SMILE will meet today after school in the library

    MOCK TRAIL   

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet in Rm 118 immediately after school today.

    STUDENT COUNCIL

    ■ All student council members please check your school email for an announcement about meetings today and tomorrow after school.  Hope to see you there for a very quick conversation.”

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today 2-4 pm. Come get your homework done! 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: resumes and essays are due this FRIDAY 11/16. Hard copies, electronic copies or upload to the google classroom.  Any questions see Ms. Dugan or Ms. Fountain. 

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Tomorrow, November 15th, from 1-2pm in the RHS auditorium, there is a full rehearsal for the NHS Induction Ceremony. Both Class of 2019 NHS members and Inductees (Class of 2020) are attending this rehearsal.

    ■ Also, our NHS Induction Ceremony is tomorrow, November 15th at 5:30pm in the RHS auditorium.  All are welcome to join!

    BLOOD DRIVE

    ■Tuesday, November 20th, is our first blood drive of the year.  Anyone age 16 and up can donate. 1 donation can help 3 patients in our community!  To donate Blood you must be: 16 year olds must weigh 130 lbs. or more and need parental consent; 17 year olds must weigh at least 110 lbs. or more.  All must be in general good health.  Signups will be held during all lunches today.  See Mrs. Bagley if you have any questions.

    SPORTS

    ■ A parent's meeting is set for RMR Hockey tonight, November 14th at 6:00 pm at Middletown High School.  This is an important meeting, especially for new player parents.  Our new coach will be introduced, you will hear from the school's athletic directors and the RMR Boosters Board will go over what is needed and expected for this upcoming season.

    ■There will be a boys basketball meeting for all 9th through 12th graders after school tomorrow, 11/15 at 2 pm in the health room.  All 9th through 12th graders trying out for basketball need to attend this meeting.  Please see Mr. Newsome, if you have any questions.

    ■ Tomorrow night come out and support our volleyball team as they host Narragansett in the state semifinals! The game begins at 6 pm and $5 admission will be charged but a Rogers school ID gets you in for free!

    ■ Any girls interested in getting ready for the indoor track season can meet tomorrow, Thursday after school in the gym hallway for a pre-season captain's practice from 2-3pm.

    ■ There will be a meeting today for any girl interested in trying out for the girls basketball team. The meeting will be immediately after school in the Health room (located between the gym and cafeteria).

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! 

    Please visit: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■ For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter @RogersViking

    ATTACHMENTS

    "Where is Miss D" this week Click here for FLYER

    Newport Public Libary November Calendar Click here for English Flyer   Click here for Spanish FLYER

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28           Second Quarter ends

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  • RHS PTO Meeting

    Tomorrow, November 14th, RHS will be holding it's first meeting of the newly organized PTO.  The meeting will be held from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in room 900, NACTC bldg.  All parents/guardians are welcome to attend.

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  • Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    BLOOD DRIVE

    ■Tuesday, November 20th,  is our first blood drive of the year.  Anyone age 16 and up can donate. 1 donation can help 3 patients in our community!  To donate Blood you must be: 16 year olds must weigh 130 lbs or more and need parental consent; 17 year olds must weigh at least 110 lbs or more.  All must be in general good health.

    Signups will be held during all lunches today and Wednesday.  See Mrs. Bagley if you have any questions.

    SKILLS USA

    ■ Skills USA is meeting right after school today in room 905. Anyone interested in joining is welcome to attend!

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ There is an NHS Induction Ceremony rehearsal today from 2-4pm in the RHS auditorium for Class of 2019 members only.

    ■ On Thursday, November 15th, from 1-2pm in the RHS auditorium, there is a full rehearsal for the NHS Induction Ceremony. Both Class of 2019 NHS members and Inductees (Class of 2020) are attending this rehearsal.

    ■ Lastly, our NHS Induction Ceremony is Thursday, November 15th at 5:30pm in the RHS auditorium.  All are welcome to join!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today 2-4pm. Come get your homework done! 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: resumes and essays are due this FRIDAY 11/16. Hard copies, electronic copies or upload to the google classroom.  Any questions see Ms. Dugan or Ms. Fountain. 

    SPORTS

    ■ A parent's meeting is set for RMR Hockey tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14th at 6:00 pm at Middletown High School.  This is an important meeting, especially for new player parents.  Our new coach will be introduced, you will hear from the school's athletic directors and the RMR Boosters Board will go over what is needed and expected for this upcoming season.

    ■ Thursday night come out and support our volleyball team as they host Narragansett in the state semifinals! The game begins at 6pm, $5 admission will be charged but a Rogers school ID gets you in for free!

    ■ Any girls interested in getting ready for the indoor track season can meet today and Thursday after school in the gym hallway for a pre-season captain's practice from 2-3pm.

    ■Tomorrow, November 14th, there will be a meeting for any girl interested in trying out for the girls basketball team. The meeting will be immediately after school in the Health room (located between the gym and cafeteria).

    ■ Winter cheerleading try-outs will be held today and tomorrow. Attendance at both is expected!  All those trying out for the squad should come dressed ready to participate in appropriate athletic wear, including sneakers. If you have questions contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! 

    Please visit: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■ For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter @RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENT

    Newport Public Libary November Calendar Click here for English Flyer   Click here for Spanish Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28           Second Quarter ends

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  • Friday, November 9, 2018 Announcements
    Day 3

    SKILLS USA
    ■ Skills USA is meeting right after school on Tuesday, November 13th in room 905. anyone interested in joining is welcome to attend!


    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
    ■ National Honor Society members of Class of 2019 - This is a reminder that there is a meeting after school today in room 106.  All your biographies are due at this meeting. 

    ■ There is an NHS Induction Ceremony rehearsal on Tuesday, November 13th, from 2-4pm in the RHS auditorium for Class of 2019 members only.

    ■ On Thursday, November 15th, from 1-2pm in the RHS auditorium, there is a full rehearsal for the NHS Induction Ceremony. Both Class of 2019 NHS members and Inductees (Class of 2020) are attending this rehearsal.

    ■ Lastly, our NHS Induction Ceremony is Thursday, November 15th at 5:30pm in the RHS auditorium.  All are welcome to join!

    SPORTS
    ■ On Wednesday, the 14th there will be a meeting for any girl interested in trying out for the girls basketball team. The meeting will be immediately after school in the Health room (located between the gym and cafeteria).

    ■ Winter cheerleading try-outs will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 13th and Wednesday the 14th. Attendance at both is expected!  All those trying out for the squad should come dressed ready to participate in appropriate athletic wear, including sneakers. If you have questions contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports!

    Please visit: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net

    ■ For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter @RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENTS
    "Where's Miss D" this week Click here for FLYER
    Newport Public Libary November Calendar Click here for FLYER English Click here for FLYER Spanish

    UPCOMING DATES         
    November 9          First Quarter ends
    November 12        Veterans' Day (observed) - No School
    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900
    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm
    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym
    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break
    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School
    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students
    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break
    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD
    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams
    January 28           Second Quarter ends

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  • Thursday, November 8, 2018 Announcements

    Day 2

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society members of Class of 2019 - This is a reminder that there is a meeting after school this Friday, November 9 in room 106.  All your biographies are due at this meeting, if not sooner.  

    ■ There is an NHS Induction Ceremony rehearsal on Tuesday, November 13th, from 2-4pm in the RHS auditorium for Class of 2019 members only.

    ■ On Thursday, November 15th, from 1-2pm in the RHS auditorium, there is a full rehearsal for the NHS Induction Ceremony. Both Class of 2019 NHS members and Inductees (Class of 2020) are attending this rehearsal.

    ■ Lastly, our NHS Induction Ceremony is Thursday, November 15th at 5:30pm in the RHS auditorium.  All are welcome to join!

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ If any of the new best buddies members or returning members that haven’t registered for BEST BUDDIES PLEASE SEE BEST BUDDIES AMBASSADOR Jamel Wills to register ASAP!! Jamel will be after school today in the library 2pm to 4pm.  Any questions please email me: jamelwills19@icloud.com

    COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library 2-4pm. Come get your homework or make up work done, the first quarter closes this week! 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: Resume and Essays are due next Friday, November 16th! Upload them to the google classroom or email them to Ms. Dugan. 

    SPORTS

    ■ Good luck to the freshman football team in their semi-final playoff game against Woonsocket this afternoon. Players please remember to pick-up your dismissal slip from the Dean's office!

    ■ On Wednesday, the 14th there will be a meeting for any girl interested in trying out for the girls basketball team. The meeting will be immediately after school in the Health room (located between the gym and cafeteria).

     Winter cheerleading try-outs will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 13th and Wednesday the 14th. Attendance at both is expected!  All those trying out for the squad should come dressed ready to participate in appropriate athletic wear, including sneakers. If you have questions contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com 

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! 

    Please visit: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■ For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter @RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENTS

    "Where's Miss D" this week Click here for Flyer

    Newport Public Libary November Calendar Click here for Flyer in English   Click here for Flyer in Spanish  Click here for Press Release Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 9          First Quarter ends

    November 12        Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28           Second Quarter ends

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  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Announcements

    Day 1

    COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library 2-4pm. Come get your homework or make up work done, the first quarter closes this week! 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: Resume and Essays are due Next Friday, November 16th! Upload them to the google classroom or email them to Ms. Dugan. 

    SPORTS

    ■ Winter cheerleading try-outs will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 13th and Wednesday the 14th. Attendance at both is expected!  All those trying out for the squad should come dressed ready to participate in appropriate athletic wear, including sneakers. If you have questions contact Coach Carol Mureddu at rhscheer1115@gmail.com 

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! 

    Please visit: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■ For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter @RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENT

    "Where's Miss D" this week  Click here for Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 9          First Quarter ends

    November 12        Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -         Second Quarter ends

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  • Monday, November 5, 2018 Announcements

    Day 6

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ SMILE will meet today after school in the library.

    SPORTS

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! 

    Please visit https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■ For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter - @RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENTS

    ■ November College Rep Visits - Click here for info

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 6          Election Day - No School

    November 9          First Quarter ends

    November 12        Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -         Second Quarter ends

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  • Water Line Construction / Wickham Road Closure


    The new water line construction will continue on Monday, November 5th.  Wickham Road will be closed to through traffic but buses will still be able to drop students off and pick up in the bus zone.  It is recommended that drivers enter Wickham Road from the Brenton Road side.  Students and staff may want to give themselves an extra five minutes for travel. 

    We encourage students and staff to continue bringing bottled water. Bottled water will be available as well. We apologize for this inconvenience. 

    Please CLICK HERE to see the document with the road closure and detours.  

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  • Friday, November 2, 2018 Announcements

    Day 5

    SATs

    ■ Just a quick reminder for all those who are registered to take the SATs tomorrow morning: 

    Please remember to bring a PHOTO ID as you will not be allowed to sign-in without one, your admission ticket, #2 pencils, a calculator, some snacks and a beverage.  Doors will open at 7:30 AM and doors will be closed and locked at 8:00 AM when testing begins. We will be using the Main Entrance and testing on the second floor in the 200s due to construction taking place outside the 100s wing.  Get a good night's sleep and see you tomorrow morning.  

    SPORTS

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! Please visit https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■ The playoffs have arrived! In Pawtucket this afternoon, girls soccer will play Tolman at 4 pm. Tomorrow football is in Burrillville for a 2:30 tilt. Sunday best of luck to Graeme Clougher and Lucas Barnes who will represent Rogers in the RI State Cross-Country Meet at Ponaganset High School. Locally, Sunday the JV boys soccer team will compete in a divisional jamboree at Gaudet and Wyatt fields in Middletown.

    ■For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter - @RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENT

    "Where's Miss D" this week! Click here for Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 3          SAT

    November 6          Election Day - No School

    November 9          First Quarter ends

    November 12        Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -         Second Quarter ends

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  • Thursday, November 1, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    PLEASE see the end of the announcements for update on RHS water service!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run 2-4 pm in the library. Come get your homework or make up work done! 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: resumes and essays are due November 16th! See Ms. Dugan or Ms. Fountain if you have any questions!

    SPORTS

    ■ Registration is now open for all Winter AND Spring sports! Please visit https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com for online registration. You must be registered in order to participate!

    Physicals must be current (valid for 13 months from the date of exam) and may be uploaded or dropped off at Rogers. Students new to Rogers or new to athletics must fill out a RIIL Assumption of Risk form. This form must be notarized and the original dropped off at Rogers. A notary is available in the Athletic office if needed.  Any questions please contact Director of Athletics Jim Cawley jcawleyjr@npsri.net 

    ■For results and all the latest from Rogers athletics follow us on Instagram and Twitter -@RogersVikings

    ATTACHMENT

    "Where's Miss D" this week! Click for Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES          

    November 1          Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15 am

    November 3          SAT

    November 6          Election Day - No School

    November 9          First Quarter ends

    November 12        Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 14        PTO meeting 6 pm NACTC Blg, Room 900

    November 15        National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30 pm

    November 20        Blood Drive 8 am - 1:30 pm Gym

    November 21        Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23   Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5          Parent Teacher Conference 1 pm-6 pm/Early Release for Students 

    Dec 24-Jan 1        Winter Break

    January 10           90 min Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28    Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -         Second Quarter ends

    Update on Rogers High School

    A temporary water service has been installed at Rogers High School and the Newport Area Career & Technical Center, allowing both facilities to reopen as usual tomorrow, Thursday, November 1, 2018. Administration Offices will also reopen.

    Work has begun to install a new water service to the school.

    Until that time, Newport Public Schools is advising students and staff that the water is not recommended for drinking.  It is safe for hand washing. Water for food preparation will be boiled following the guidelines from the RI Department of Health.  Students and staff are encouraged to bring water in bottles as they normally do.  Bottles of water will also be available through the generous donation of school food service provider, Chartwell’s and Coca-Cola Bottling of Southeastern New England forThursday and Friday classes. 

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  • Update on Rogers High School

    A temporary water service has been installed at Rogers High School and the Newport Area Career & Technical Center, allowing both facilities to reopen as usual tomorrow, Thursday, November 1, 2018. Administration Offices will also reopen.

    Work has begun to install a new water service to the school.

    Until that time, Newport Public Schools is advising students and staff that the water is not recommended for drinking. It is safe for hand washing. Water for food preparation will be boiled following the guidelines from the RI Department of Health. Students and staff are encouraged to bring water in bottles as they normally do. Bottles of water will also be available through the generous donation of school food service provider, Chartwell’s and Coca-Cola Bottling of Southeastern New England for Thursday and Friday classes.

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  • The Newport School Committee School Building Subcommittee scheduled from 5:30 – 7:30 on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 has been cancelled due to the water main break in Rogers High School. The meeting will be rescheduled as soon as possible.


     

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  • No school for Rogers and NACTC 10/30/18
    We had a water main leak and have no water in the building. NO ONE SHOULD REPORT TO THE HIGH SCHOOL OR NACTC TODAY 10/30
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  • Monday, October 29, 2018 Announcements

    Day 1 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run 2-4 pm in the library. Come get your homework or make up work done! 

    There will be no Newport Community School on Halloween and no late bus. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: resumes and essays are due November 16th! See Ms. Dugan or Ms. Fountain if you have any questions!

    SMILES

    ■ SMILE will be meeting Tuesday this week.

    RED RIBBON WEEK

    ■ This is a message of hope and resilience for Red Ribbon Week. Be a Leader, Give back to others. Here is a quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson: "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."  And remember, "Life is a journey, not a destination."

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 29                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS Audit. Wear RED to school in support!            

    November 1                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3                  SAT

    November 6                  Election Day - No School

    November 9                  First Quarter ends

    November 12                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21                Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm-6pm/Early Release for Students                  

    December 24-January 1 Winter Break

    January 10                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28             Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                  Second Quarter ends

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  • Friday, October 26, 2018 Announcements

    Day 6

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Students participating in BEST BUDDIES this year please report to the cafeteria at 9:48 am during crew for our first chapter meeting.  From: Your BEST BUDDIES Ambassador Jamel Wills          

    RED RIBBON WEEK

    ■ This is a message of hope and resilience for Red Ribbon Week. Whether or not you have a strong relationship with a parent, finding an adult mentor outside of your family is important for all teens.  You want to choose a mentor who you feel you can trust, has your best interest in mind, inspires you and will guide you on the path to success, so that you can reach your potential. Wear Red on Monday, October 29th to show your support!

    SPORTS

    ■ Good luck to all cross country runners were competing in Sunday’s class state championships. 

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 23-31              Red Ribbon Week  

    October 29                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS Audit. Wear RED to school in support!            

    November 1                 Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3                 SAT

    November 6                 Election Day - No School

    November 9                 First Quarter ends

    November 12               Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15               National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20               Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21               Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23          Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5                 Parent Teacher Conference 1pm-6pm/Early Release for Students                  

    December 24-January 1 Winter Break

    January 10                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28             Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                 Second Quarter ends

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  • Hello Rogers Community,

    The district and I are asking for your assistance in returning vital forms back to the high school. Your children have received "Free and Reduced Lunch Forms" and "Impact Aid Forms", which should have been brought home. The information provided by these forms is helpful in the district recouping funds and providing appropriate support to students.
     
    The "Free and Reduced Lunch Forms" allow the school to provide meals to qualified students at a free or reduced rate. The information contained is confidential and private and is handle with the utmost care. Families need to provide this information on an annual basis in order to remain eligible. Please, if you need this kind of assistance, complete the form and return it to school, as soon as possible. The completed form can bee dropped off in my office.
     
    The "Impact Aid Forms" allows us the recoup money from the Federal Government, which is vital to the district and school budget. These forms need to be completed with the appropriate information and sections filled-in. Then the form needs to be signed and dated, and returned to school. If you have this form at home, please sign and date and return to the Principals office as soon as possible.
     
    Thank you again for your attention to this important topic!
     
    Regards,
    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
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  • Thursday, October 25, 2018 Announcements

    Day 5

     

    DRIVER’S ED COURSE

    ■ The next available driver’s education class through the Newport County Driving School starts on October 26th.  Interested students should be at least 15 years 10 months in age to start these classes.  Registration packets can be found in the main office.                                         

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today from 2-4pm. Come get your homework or make up work done.

    RED RIBBON WEEK

    ■ This is a message of hope and resilience for Red Ribbon Week. Many teens grow up in a family impacted by alcohol and other drugs. If you have a friend whose family member may be struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction, please remind your friend that it is not their fault, they didn't cause it, and they can't control it.  Encourage them to seek guidance from trusted adults who care and can provide them the support they need. 

    Reminder RHS: Wear Red Day is Monday October 29.  Show your support and wear red!

    SPORT

    ■ The girls tennis team was rescheduled for this afternoon at 3:30 and will host Pilgrim in a quarterfinal playoff match at the 'Pop Flack' courts, located between CVS and the Newport Public Library.  Stop up and support our ladies!

    ATTACHMENT  "Where's Miss D" this week  Click here for Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 23-31              Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24                   Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    October 29                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS Audit             

    October 29                   RHS EVERYONE WEAR RED DAY in support of Red Ribbon Week at RHS 

    November 1                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3                  SAT

    November 6                  Election Day - No School

    November 9                  First Quarter ends

    November 12                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21                Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm-6pm / Early Release for Students                  

    December 24-January 1  Winter Break

    January 10                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28             Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                  Second Quarter ends

     

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  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    IMPACT AID FORMS

    ■ Impact Aid forms were sent home for parent/guardian to review and sign.  Even if you are not a military family, please sign, date and return the form to the main office by October 31st.

    MOCK TRIAL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet today at Hibernian Hall at 2:15.

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic is today from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307. 

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ SMILE is cancelled for today. SMILE will meet next on Monday, Oct 29th

    DRIVER’S ED COURSE

    ■ The next available driver’s education class through the Newport County Driving School starts on October 26th.  Interested students should be at least 15 years 10 months in age to start these classes.  Registration packets can be found in the main office.                              

    STUDENT COUNCIL

    ■ Rogers Students, Congratulations.  Yesterday after school your student council began to take shape.  A mission statement was adopted and plans for whole student body representation are under way.  Check your emails please for meeting notes and plans for next steps.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today from 2-4pm. Come get your homework or make up work done!

    RED RIBBON WEEK

    ■ Red Ribbon week message- The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to present a visible commitment to living a safe, healthy, and drug free life.  The campaign is designed to create awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs, and to support the decision to live a drug free lifestyle.  Reminder RHS:  Were Red Day is Monday October 29th.  Show your support and wear red!

    JROTC

    ■ All Cadets must report to the room above JROTC by 8am tomorrow, Thursday, October 25th for the inspection and   Class A uniform must be worn.  Please make sure if your uniform is stored in JROTC, to bring it home and be ready and dressed in your uniform before school.  You will not be able to change down in ROTC that morning.

    SPORTS

    ■ The girls tennis team was rescheduled for this afternoon at 3:30 and will host Pilgrim in a quarterfinal playoff match at the 'Pop Flack' courts, located between CVS and the Newport Public Library.  Stop up and support our ladies!

    ATTACHMENT  "Where's Miss D" this week  Click here for flyer

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 23-31              Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24                   Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    October 29                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS Audit             

    October 29                   RHS EVERYONE WEAR RED DAY in support of Red Ribbon Week at RHS 

    November 1                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3                  SAT

    November 6                  Election Day - No School

    November 9                  First Quarter ends

    November 12                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21                Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm-6pm / Early Release for Students                  

    December 24-January 1   Winter Break

    January 10                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28             Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                 Second Quarter ends

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  • Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Announcements

    Day 3

    DRIVER’S ED COURSE

    ■ The next available driver’s education class through the Newport County Driving School starts on October 26th.  Interested students should be at least 15 years 10 months in age to start these classes.  Registration packets can be found in the main office.                                      

    SKILLS USA

    ■ Skills USA is meeting today in room 905 right after school to discuss upcoming field trip and shirts for the chapter. Come join us if interested!!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today from 2-4pm. Come get your homework or make up work done!

    SENIORS

    ■ Attention seniors: resumes and essays are due next month! Any questions about senior project see Ms. Dugan. 

    ■ Seniors today after school come to the library for a resume workshop. See Ms. Dugan or Miss D for more information!

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    RED RIBBON WEEK

    ■ Today is the start of Red Ribbon Week in schools across America.  This national campaign is a way for people and communities to unite and take a stand against drugs.  The theme for this year's campaign is:  Life is your journey, Travel drug free!  To celebrate Red Ribbon Week (October 23-31) next Monday, October 29th is Wear Red Day at RHS.  Show your support & wear red!

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, October 24th from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.   There are also forms in the nurse’s office. 

    JROTC

    ■ All Cadets must report to the room above JROTC by 8am this Thursday, October 25th for the inspection and   Class A uniform must be worn.  Please make sure if your uniform is stored in JROTC, to bring it home and be ready and dressed in your uniform before school.  You will not be able to change down in ROTC that morning.

    SPORTS

    ■ This afternoon at 3:30 the girls tennis team will host Pilgrim in a quarterfinal playoff match at the 'Pop Flack' courts, located between CVS and the Newport Public Library.  Stop up and support our ladies.

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 23-31              Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24                   Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    October 29                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS Audit             

    October 29                   RHS EVERYONE WEAR RED DAY in support of Red Ribbon Week at RHS 

    November 1                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3                  SAT

    November 6                  Election Day - No School

    November 9                  First Quarter ends

    November 12                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21                Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm-6pm / Early Release for Students                  

    December 24-January 1   Winter Break

    January 10                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28             Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                 Second Quarter ends

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  • Monday, October 22, 2018 Announcements

    Day 2

    JROTC DRILL RESULTS AT LASALLE

      Unarmed Regulation - 3rd place, Unarmed Inspection - 2nd place, Unarmed ColorGuard - 3rd place, and Armed ColorGuard - 2nd place.

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program will be meeting on Wednesday this week.

    SKILLS USA

    ■ Skills USA is meeting tomorrow, Oct. 23rd in room 905 right after school to discuss upcoming field trip and shirts for the chapter. Come join us if interested!!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today from 2-4pm. Come get your homework or make up work done!

    SENIORS

    ■ Attention seniors: resumes and essays are due next month! Any questions about senior project see Ms. Dugan. 

    ■ Seniors tomorrow after school come to the library for a resume workshop. See Ms. Dugan or Miss D for more information!

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held this Wednesday, October 24th from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.   There are also forms in the nurse’s office.

    UPCOMING DATES

    October  23-31             Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24                   Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    October 29                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS  Audit             

    October 29                   RHS EVERYONE WEAR RED DAY in support of Red Ribbon Week at RHS 

    November 1                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3                  SAT

    November 6                  Election Day - No School

    November 9                  First Quarter ends

    November 12                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21                Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm-6pm / Early Release for Students                  

    December 24-January 1   Winter Break

    January 10                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28             Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                 Second Quarter ends

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  • Thursday, October 18, 2018 Announcements
    Day 6

    COMMUNITY SCHOOL
    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today after school. Come get your homework done!

    SENIORS
    ■ Seniors: get those resumes and essays turned in! They are due in one month. Any questions see Ms. Dugan or Ms. Fountain.

    RHS BOOSTERS
    ■ The Pell Bridge Run is getting close and it sends a large donation to Rogers Boosters each year.   The Boosters will be filling the goody bags tonight, October 18th from 5:00PM to 7:00PM at the Newport Visitors Center.  It would be great to have the help from the Rogers HS Boosters.  If you are able to help, please email rogersboostersnpt@yahoo.com and let us know as We are looking for 5-10 volunteers. 

    FLU CLINIC
    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.   There are also forms in the nurse’s office.

    ATTACHMENT:  Where's Miss D this week! Click here for Flyer

    UPCOMING DATES
    October  23-31 -              Red Ribbon Week 
    October 24  -                   Flu Clinic for Students & Staff
    October 29  -                   Red Ribbon Week Assembly - Molly Kennedy 1pm-2pm, RHS Audit
    November 1 -                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am
    November 3 -                  SAT
    November 6 -                  Election Day - No School
    November 9 -                  First Quarter ends
    November 12 -                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School
    November 15 -                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm
    November 20 -                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym
    November 21  -               Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break
    November 22-23 -           Thanksgiving Break - No School
    December 5 -                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm - 6pm / Early Release for Students
    December 24-January 1 - Winter Break
    January 10 -                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD
    January 23 - 28               Mid-Year Exams
    January 28 -                    Second Quarter ends

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  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 Announcements

    Day 5

    COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today after school. Come get your homework done! 

    SENIORS: get those resumes and essays turned in! They are due in one month. Any questions see Ms. Dugan or Ms. Fountain.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ Check your email for a flyer on “Where’s Miss D” this week!  Click here for Flyer

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.   There are also forms in the nurse’s office. 

    UPCOMING DATES

    October  23-31 -              Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24  -                   Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    November 1 -                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3 -                  SAT

    November 6 -                  Election Day - No School

    November 9 -                  First Quarter ends

    November 12 -                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20 -                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21  -               Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5 -                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm - 6pm / Early Release for Students

    December 24-January 1 - Winter Break

    January 10 -                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28               Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                    Second Quarter ends

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  • Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    ■ Check your email for a flyer on “Where’s Miss D” this week!   Click here for Flyer

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program, Science, Math and Investigative Learning Experiences is meeting Wednesday in the Library after school.  Come to the first meeting and see what we are all about - weekly get togethers with great refreshments, field trips, and a yearly weekend challenge at URI.  Stop by and join us. 

    STUDENT SURVEY

    ■ As we move closer to realizing a new school building for Rogers HS and Newport, we need your valuable and important opinions. We are looking to gather student information on a new learning environment and a potential new building. Please check your school email for the link and take a few moments to complete the survey. This is hugely important and valuable, so please complete this survey.

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.   There are also forms in the nurse’s office. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors, you can still order class shirts. Orders will be taken up to next Tuesday, October 16th. New shirt orders will not be in for pep rally, but will be in before the end of October. Shirts are $25 each which can be paid to the senior class officers, Ben, Ani, Jack or Josephine. 

    UPCOMING DATES

    October  23-31 -             Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24  -                  Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    November 1 -                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3 -                  SAT

    November 6 -                  Election Day - No School

    November 9 -                  First Quarter ends

    November 12 -                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20 -                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21  -               Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5 -                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm - 6pm / Early Release for Students

    December 24-January 1 - Winter Break

    January 10 -                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28               Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                   Second Quarter ends

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  • Monday, October 15, 2018 Announcements

    Day 3

    STUDENT SURVEY

    ■ As we move closer to realizing a new school building for Rogers HS and Newport, we need your valuable and important opinions. We are looking to gather student information on a new learning environment and a potential new building. Please check your school email for the link and take a few moments to complete the survey. This is hugely important and valuable, so please complete this survey.

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Congratulations to our best buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills for receiving this year’s Spirit award at the Best Buddies Friendship Walk on Saturday.  Congratulations Jamel!

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention all Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 AM-9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.   There are also forms in the nurses office. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors, you can still order class shirts. Orders will be taken up to next Tuesday, October 16th. New shirt orders will not be in for pep rally, but will be in before the end of October. Shirts are $25 each which can be paid to the senior class officers, Ben, Ani, Jack or Josephine. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    UPCOMING DATES

    October  23-31 -             Red Ribbon Week  

    October 24  -                  Flu Clinic for Students & Staff

    November 1 -                  Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3 -                  SAT

    November 6 -                  Election Day - No School

    November 9 -                  First Quarter ends

    November 12 -                Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -                National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 20 -                Blood Drive 8am - 1:30pm Gym

    November 21  -               Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -           Thanksgiving Break - No School

    December 5 -                  Parent Teacher Conference 1pm - 6pm / Early Release for Students

    December 24-January 1 - Winter Break

    January 10 -                    90m Early Release Day for Students / Teacher PD

    January 23 - 28               Mid-Year Exams

    January 28 -                   Second Quarter ends

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  • Friday, October 12, 2018 Announcements

    Day 2

    POWER PUFF UPDATE

    ■ There was a great turn out for Wednesday night's powderpuff football games. All classes showed great Viking Pride in recognition of Spirit Week. Seniors beat the freshman and the sophomores came away with the final win. Sophomores Alexandra Cranson, Emma Leach, Julia D'Amore got the touchdowns, while Kayleigh Mosher, and Tess Nunes made some noteworthy plays. Happy Spirit Week!

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors, you can still order class shirts. Orders will be taken up to next Tuesday, October 16th. New shirt orders will not be in for pep rally, but will be in before the end of October. Shirts are $25 each which can be paid to the senior class officers, Ben, Ani, Jack or Josephine. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    HOMECOMING DANCE

    ■ The Homecoming Dance will be held in Rogers Gymnasium from 7-10 pm this Saturday, October 13th. Tickets are $10 per person and can be bought during school lunches from class officers. Tickets will not be sold at the door so please purchase your tickets by end of day today.

    ■ Any teachers willing to be chaperones for this Saturday's dance please contact Josephine or Ms. Stump. Chaperones are needed.

    ATTACHMENT

    October College Rep Visits  Click here for flyer                                                                                                                             

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 12 -        Pep Rally

    October 12 -        Homecoming Game 7pm

    October 13 -        Homecoming Dance

    October 13 -        STAR Testing window closes

    October  23-31 -  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 1 -       Veterans Day Assembly @ 9:15am

    November 3 -       SAT

    November 6 -       Election Day - No School

    November 9 -       First Quarter ends

    November 12 -     Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -     National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  -    Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Thursday, October 11, 2018 Announcements

    Day 1

    POWERPUFF FOOTBALL GAME

    ■ School spirit was on full blast last night as the Lady Vikings battled each other in a class versus class game of football. The sophomores narrowly won over the juniors in a 6-6 tie that was broken by a coin toss. Both classes played well with some great plays by Kenzie Palmer, Shaynese Butler, K'yana Howard, and Catherine Caparas. The seniors championed over the freshman with a 14-0 win. In the final game the sophomores outplayed the seniors to win 12-6. Seniors Izzy Booth, Aubrey Baker, Ani Murphy and Destiny Booker player well. Michaela Matthews scored the senior's touchdown with a 60+ yard run. All classes showed great sportsmanship and Viking Pride. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ SAT prep is being offered for free, every Tuesday from 2-3:30 in room 200. You don't need to sign up but you do need to show up! See Miss D with questions. 

    COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CLUB

    ■ There will be a Community Involvement club meeting today at 2 pm in the cafeteria. 

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library after school today 2-4. Transportation home provided. 

    HOMECOMING DANCE

    ■The Homecoming Dance will be held in Rogers Gymnasium from 7-10 pm this Saturday, October 13th. Tickets are $10 per person and can be bought during school lunches from class officers. Tickets will not be sold at the door so please purchase your tickets before tomorrow. 

    ATTACHMENT

    Ocotber College Rep Visits  Click here for flyer                                                                                                                            

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 12 -        Pep Rally

    October 12 -        Homecoming Game 7pm

    October 13 -        Homecoming Dance

    October 13 -        STAR Testing window closes

    October  23-31 -  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -       SAT

    November 6 -       Election Day - No School

    November 9 -       First Quarter ends

    November 12 -     Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -     National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  -    Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Announcements

    Day 6

    COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CLUB

    ■ There will be a Community Involvement club meeting tomorrow Thursday, October 11th at 2 pm in the cafeteria. 

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library after school today 2-4. Transportation home provided. 

    HOMECOMING DANCE

    ■The Homecoming Dance will be held in Rogers Gymnasium from 7-10 pm this Saturday, October 13th. Tickets are $10 per person and can be bought during school lunches from class officers. Tickets will not be sold at the door so please purchase your tickets before this Friday, October 12th. 

    THEATER COMPANY

    ■The Rogers theatre company is pleased to announce that auditions for our upcoming production of “A Christmas Carol” will take place today.  Auditions will be held in the auditorium at 2:15 pm and again 6pm. You only need to attend one audition. Auditions are open to any student at Rogers and everyone is encouraged to attend. All students auditioning will be asked to read a prepared scene from the show. If you cannot make it to either time or have further questions please see Mr. Corr in room 100.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ FAFSA night at Rogers is tonight at 6pm in the Library. Complete the financial aid application for all schools before it's too late!  See Miss D with questions. 

    ATTACHMENT

    Ocotber College Rep Visits  Click here for Flyer                                                                                                                           

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 5-12       Spirit Week

    October 10 -        PSAT & ASVAP testing

    October 10 -        FAFSA Night at 6pm

    October 12 -        Homecoming Game

    October 13 -        Homecoming Dance

    October 13 -        STAR Testing window closes

    October  23-31 -  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -       SAT

    November 6 -       Election Day - No School

    November 9 -       First Quarter ends

    November 12 -     Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -     National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  -    Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Tuesday, October 9, 2018 Announcements

    Day 5

    TESTING

    ■ Tomorrow, October 10th, all seniors will be taking the ASVAP assessment in the cafeteria.  Seniors should report directly to cafeteria and attendance will be taking there.

    ■ Also, tomorrow, October 10th, Juniors will be taking the PSAT.  There is a list of the testing room assignments posted outside the main office, cafeteria and bubble and has been emailed to your CREW teachers.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library after school today 2-4. Transportation home provided. 


    ■ Students enrolled in the CNA class - Class starts today at 3:30pm at AIALC. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan.

    HOMECOMING DANCE

    ■The Homecoming Dance will be held in Rogers Gymnasium from 7-10 pm this Saturday, October 13th. Tickets are $10 per person and can be bought during school lunches from class officers. Tickets will not be sold at the door so please purchase your tickets before this Friday, October 12th. 

    THEATER COMPANY

    ■The Rogers theatre company is pleased to announce that auditions for our upcoming  production of “A Christmas Carol” will take place tomorrow October 10t.h  Auditions will be held in the auditorium at 2:15 pm and again 6pm. You only need to attend one audition. Auditions are open to any student at Rogers and everyone is encouraged to attend. All students auditioning will be asked to read a prepared scene from the show. If you cannot make it to either time or have further questions please see Mr. Corr in room 100.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Any student who is academically eligible to apply for membership in the National Honor Society: Your completed applications are due today by 2:30 PM. Please bring applications and required paperwork to Mrs. Kimes in room 106.                            

    ■ Current members of the National Honor Society (Class of 2019): Our next meeting is today, October 9 at 2:05 pm in room 106. We also have one scheduled for Friday, November 9 at 2:05 pm.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ FAFSA night at Rogers will be held tomorrow, October 10th, at 6pm in the Library. Complete the financial aid application for all schools before it's too late!  See Miss D with questions. 

    ATTACHMENT

    Ocotber College Rep Visits  Click here for flyer                                                                                                                           

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 5-12       Spirit Week

    October 10 -        PSAT & ASVAP testing

    October 10 -        FAFSA Night at 6pm

    October 12 -        Homecoming Game

    October 13 -        Homecoming Dance

    October 13 -        STAR Testing window closes

    October  23-31 -  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -       SAT

    November 6 -       Election Day - No School

    November 9 -       First Quarter ends

    November 12 -     Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 -     National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  -    Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 -Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Friday, October 5, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    TESTING

    ■ On Wednesday, October 10th, all seniors will be taking the ASVAP assessment in the cafeteria.  Seniors should report directly to cafeteria and attendance will be taking there.

    ■ Also, on Wednesday, October 10th, Juniors will be taking the PSAT.  There will be a list of the testing room assignments posted outside the main office and emailed to your CREW teachers.

    HOMECOMING DANCE

    ■The Homecoming Dance will be held in Rogers Gymnasium from 7-10 pm on Saturday, October 13th. Tickets are $10 per person and can be bought during school lunches from class officers. Tickets will not be sold at the door so please purchase your tickets before Friday, October 12th. 

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ the winners are in! The sophomore class of 2021 would like to thank everyone who bought raffle tickets to support our class, thank both Newport Sweet Shop and Sardellas Italian Restaurant for their gracious donations, as well as congratulate the raffle basket winners. The winner for the Fall themed basket is Mr. Andrew Martucci. The winner for the Newport Sweet Shop basket is Ms. Lisa Ruth and the winner for the Sardellas gift card is Mr. Patrick Wygant. Congratulations. You may pick up your basket from any of the sophomore class officers or advisors.

    THEATER COMPANY

    ■The Rogers theatre company is pleased to announce that auditions for our upcoming  production of “A Christmas Carol” will take place Wednesday October 10t.h  Auditions will be held  in the auditorium at 2:15 pm and again 6pm. You only need to attend one audition. Auditions are open to any student at Rogers and everyone is encouraged to attend. All students auditioning will be asked to read a prepared scene from the show. If you cannot make it to either time or have further questions please see Mr. Corr in room 100.

    SPIRIT WEEK

    ■ RHS Spirit Week starts today with Flag Day.  Then Tuesday, after our long weekend, it is Costume Day.  Wednesday and Thursday, next week, we can show Class Spirit:  Celebrate first with Theme Day and then Class Color Day.  We all dress in Red and Black on Friday for the pep rally and homecoming activities.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Any student who is academically eligible to apply for membership in the National Honor Society: Your completed applications are due no later than Tuesday, October 9, 2018 by 2:30 PM. Please bring applications and required paperwork to Mrs. Kimes in room 106.                       

    ■ Current members of the National Honor Society (Class of 2019): Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 9 at 2:05 pm in room 106. We also have one scheduled for Friday, November 9 at 2:05 pm.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■For those students taking the SAT Saturday October 6th - do not forget to bring your admissions ticket, photo ID, number two pencil and acceptable calculator. Good luck!

    ■ FAFSA night at Rogers will be held Wednesday, October 10th, at 6pm in the Library. Complete the financial aid application for all schools before it's too late!  See Miss D with questions. 

    ATTACHMENTS

    Ocotber College Rep Visits   (Click her for Flyer)                                                                                                                           

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 4 -  90m Early Release for Students

    October 5-9 - Spirit Week

    October 6 -  SAT

    October 8 -   Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 -  PSAT & ASVAP testing

    October 10 - FAFSA Night at 6pm

    October 12 -  Homecoming

    October 13 - Homecoming Dance

    October 13 -   STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -  SAT

    November 6 -   Election Day - No School

    November 9 -  First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Thursday, October 4, 2018 Announcements

    Day 3

    TODAY IS A EARLY RELEASE DAY!  STUDENTS WILL BE DISMISSED AT 12:30PM.  

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ There will be NO Newport Community School and NO late bus today.  Take your normal transportation home. 

    AFTER SCHOOL MEAL

    ■ There will be no after school meal program today!

    SPIRIT WEEK

    ■ RHS Spirit Week starts this Friday with Flag Day.  Then Tuesday, after our long weekend, it is Costume Day.  Wednesday and Thursday, next week, we can show Class Spirit:  Celebrate first with Theme Day and then Class Color Day.  We all dress in Red and Black on Friday for the pep rally and homecoming activities.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Any student who is academically eligible to apply for membership in the National Honor Society: Your completed applications are due no later than Tuesday, October 9, 2018 by 2:30 PM. Please bring applications and required paperwork to Mrs. Kimes in room 106.                        

    ■ Current members of the National Honor Society (Class of 2019): Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 9 at 2:05 pm in room 106. We also have one scheduled for Friday, November 9 at 2:05 pm.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■For those students taking the SAT Saturday October 6th - do not forget to bring your admissions ticket, photo ID, number two pencil and acceptable calculator. Good luck! 

    ■ FAFSA night at Rogers will be held Wednesday, October 10th, at 6pm in the Library. Complete the financial aid application for all schools before it's too late!  See Miss D with questions. 

    ■ Need help with the Common App? Miss D is holding a "How to make your Common App Less Common" workshop in the library right after school today,Wednesday, 10/3. 

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Seniors, the class of 2019 is selling class shirts for $25.  Please see Ani Murphy to purchase shirts by today.

    CLASS OF 2020

    ■ The Junior Class will be making pep rally posters today after school in Room 406.  Juniors, grab some supplies and come join the fun."

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Do not forget to buy your raffle tickets for either a Fall themed raffle basket which includes pumpkin carving tools, baking needs for your holiday treats, your favorite holiday candle scents, and lots of tasty candy or a $50 Sardellas Italian Restaurant gift card or a Newport Sweet Shop chocolate basket!  You can purchase your tickets for $1 per ticket or $5 for 8 from any of your sophomore class officers or advisors during school through today!

    ATTACHMENT

    Ocotber College Rep Visits (Click here for dates)                                                                                                                              

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 4 -  90m Early Release for Students

    October 5-9 Spirit Week

    October 6 -  SAT

    October 8 -   Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 -  PSAT

    October 10 - FAFSA Night at 6pm

    October 12 -  Homecoming

    October 13 -   STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -  SAT

    November 6 -   Election Day - No School

    November 9 -  First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • FLU CLINIC

    Attention Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 24th from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.  There are also forms in the nurse’s office.

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  • Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Announcements

    Day 2

    SPIRIT WEEK

    ■ RHS Spirit Week starts this Friday with Flag Day.  Then Tuesday, after our long weekend, it is Costume Day.  Wednesday and Thursday, next week, we can show Class Spirit:  Celebrate first with Theme Day and then Class Color Day.  We all dress in Red and Black on Friday for the pep rally and homecoming activities.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Any student who is academically eligible to apply for membership in the National Honor Society: Your completed applications are due no later than Tuesday, October 9, 2018 by 2:30 PM. Please bring applications and required paperwork to Mrs. Kimes in room 106.                           

    ■ Current members of the National Honor Society (Class of 2019): Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 9 at 2:05 pm in room 106. We also have one scheduled for Friday, November 9 at 2:05 pm.

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program will meet in the Library after school today. 

    SKILLS USA

    ■ Skills USA is meeting in room 905 after school today, October 3rd.  Come join the team!

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ FAFSA night at Rogers will be held Wednesday ,October 10th, at 6pm in the Library. Complete the financial aid application for all schools before it's too late!  See Miss D with questions. 

    ■ Need help with the Common App? Miss D is holding a "How to make your Common App Less Common" workshop in the library right after school today,Wednesday, 10/3. 

    MOCK TRIAL

    ■ The Mock Trial team will meet at Hibernian Hall at 2:15, today, Wednesday October 3. The meeting will last approximately one hour.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Seniors, the class of 2019 is selling class shirts for $25.  Please see Ani Murphy to purchase shirts before this Thursday, October 4th.

    CLASS OF 2020

    ■ The Junior Class will be making pep rally posters Thursday after school in Room 406.  Juniors, grab some supplies and come join the fun."

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Do not forget to buy your raffle tickets for either a Fall themed raffle basket which includes pumpkin carving tools, baking needs for your holiday treats, your favorite holiday candle scents, and lots of tasty candy or a $50 Sardellas Italian Restaurant gift card or a Newport Sweet Shop chocolate basket!  You can purchase your tickets for $1 per ticket or $5 for 8 from any of your sophomore class officers or advisors during school through this Thursday, October 4th.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library 2-4 today after school. Come get your homework and make up work done! 


    ■ There will be NO Newport Community School and NO Late bus on Thursday. Take your normal transportation home. 

    ATTACHMENTS

    October College Rep Visits  (Click here for flyer)                                                                                                                              

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 3 -  Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 -  90m Early Release for Students

    October 5-9 Spirit Week

    October 6 -  SAT

    October 8 -   Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 -  PSAT

    October 12 -  Homecoming

    October 13 -   STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -  SAT

    November 6 -   Election Day - No School

    November 9 -  First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Announcements

     Day 1  

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program will meet in the Library after school on Wednesday. 

    SKILLS USA

    ■ Skills USA is meeting in room 905 after school tomorrow, October 3rd.  Come join the team!

    COLLEGE ADVISOR NEWS

    ■ FAFSA night at Rogers will be held Wednesday ,October 10th, at 6pm in the Library. Complete the financial aid application for all schools before it's too late!  See Miss D with questions. 

    ■ Need help with the Common App? Miss D is holding a "How to make your Common App Less Common" workshop in the library right after school this Wednesday, 10/3. 

    MOCK TRIAL

    ■ The Mock Trial team will meet at Hibernian Hall at 2:15, tomorrow Wednesday October 3. The meeting will last approximately one hour.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Seniors, the class of 2019 is selling class shirts for $25.  Please see Ani Murphy to purchase shirts before this Thursday, October 4th.

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Do not forget to buy your raffle tickets for either a Fall themed raffle basket which includes pumpkin carving tools, baking needs for your holiday treats, your favorite holiday candle scents, and lots of tasty candy or a $50 Sardellas Italian Restaurant gift card or a Newport Sweet Shop chocolate basket!  You can purchase your tickets for $1 per ticket or $5 for 8 from any of your sophomore class officers or advisors during school through this Thursday, October 4th.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library 2-4 today after school. Come get your homework and make up work done! 


    ■ The eSports team is looking for League of Legends players as we put together a team to compete in Rhode Island's PlayVs eSports league. We are currently in need of a top laner and mid laner for our primary team and anyone interested in eSports for scrimmages after school. Stop by the library after school for more information.

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  • Monday, October 1, 2018 Announcements

    Day 6

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Seniors, the class of 2019 is selling class shirts for $25.  Please see Ani Murphy to purchase shirts before this Thursday, October 4th.

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■“Sophomores! There will be a pep rally poster making night from 4-6 pm in room 129 this Friday, October 5th. We ask that any sophomores interested in participating bring poster boards and or markers/paint and brushes to help decorate!  For more information see any of your sophomore class officers or advisors.”

    ■Any sophomore girls interested in playing for powderpuff please speak to either Anna Murphy, Alexandra Cranson, or Kayleigh Mosher!”

    ■ Do not forget to buy your raffle tickets for either a Fall themed raffle basket which includes pumpkin carving tools, baking needs for your holiday treats, your favorite holiday candle scents, and lots of tasty candy or a $50 Sardellas Italian Restaurant gift card or a Newport Sweet Shop chocolate basket!  You can purchase your tickets for $1 per ticket or $5 for 8 from any of your sophomore class officers or advisors during school through this Thursday, October 4th.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library 2-4 today after school. Come get your homework and make up work done! 

    ■ The CNA class is at capacity but if you are still interested please see Ms. Dugan - the class will run again in the spring. 


    ■ The eSports team is looking for League of Legends players as we put together a team to compete in Rhode Island's PlayVs eSports league. We are currently in need of a top laner and mid laner for our primary team and anyone interested in eSports for scrimmages after school. Stop by the library after school for more information. 

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 24th from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.  There are also forms in the nurse’s office.

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 3 -  Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 -  90m Early Release for Students

    October 5-9 Spirit Week

    October 6 -  SAT

    October 8 -   Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 -  PSAT

    October 12 -  Homecoming

    October 13 -   STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 -  SAT

    November 6 -   Election Day - No School

    November 9 -  First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Friday, September 28, 2018 Announcements

    Day 5

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■“Sophomores! There will be a pep rally poster making night from 4-6 pm in room 129 on Friday, October 5th. We ask that any sophomores interested in participating bring poster boards and or markers/paint and brushes to help decorate! For more information see any of your sophomore class officers or advisors.”

    ■Any sophomore girls interested in playing for powderpuff please speak to either Anna Murphy, Alexandra Cranson, or Kayleigh Mosher!”

    ■ Do not forget to buy your raffle tickets for either a Fall themed raffle basket which includes pumpkin carving tools, baking needs for your holiday treats, your favorite holiday candle scents, and lots of tasty candy or a $50 Sardellas Italian Restaurant gift card or a Newport Sweet Shop chocolate basket! You can purchase your tickets for $1 per ticket or $5 for 8 from any of your sophomore class officers or advisors during school Thursday, September 27th through Thursday, September 4th. Tickets will also be available for purchase at open house on Thursday, September 27th.

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 24th from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.  There are also forms in the nurse’s office.

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    ■ The Rogers High School Hydro Robotics Team is looking for new crew members. If the underwater world and robotics have ever interested you, please stop by room 212 and speak to Mr. Dickison to see what all the fun is about.  Meetings are Tuesday after school!

    SPORTS

    ■ Tonight the football team hosts Burrillville 7pm at Toppa Field! This evening we will honor the military members in our community in a "Salute to Service". Let us wear the red, white and blue and cheer our team on to victory. Admission is $5; RHS students and those 12 & under with paying adult are free. Prohibited items are outside food, beverage, backpacks, bicycles, and pets.

    UPCOMING DATES

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 12 - Homecoming

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Thursday, September 27, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    Por favor lea a continuación la información de la jornada de las puertas abiertas en Español 

    SENIOR CLASS ELECTIONS

    ■The results of the senior class elections are as follows: Treasurer- Jack Gomes, Secretary- Josephine Carwile-Ridnour, Vice President- Annika Murphy, and President- Ben Pratt. Thank you to all who campaigned and spoke in front of the class yesterday. All candidates carried themselves with dignity and respect.

    CLASS OF 2021 FUNDRASIER

    ■ Rogers High School, you do not want to miss out! Do not forget to buy your raffle tickets for either a Fall themed raffle basket which includes pumpkin carving tools, baking needs for your holiday treats, your favorite holiday candle scents, and lots of tasty candy or a $50 Sardellas Italian Restaurant gift card or a Newport Sweet Shop chocolate basket! You can purchase your tickets for $1 per ticket or $5 for 8 from any of your sophomore class officers or advisors during school Thursday, September 27th through Thursday, September 4th. Tickets will also be available for purchase at open house on Thursday, September 27th.”

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Are you interested in joining us on October 13th from 10am to 2pm for the Best Buddies friendship walk of 2018 at McCoy Stadium.  If you’re interested, please see team captain Jamel Wills in 3rd lunch today, tomorrow and all next week to register for the walk.  Also don’t miss a big opportunity as Jamel Wills will give his best buddies ambassador speech with a few other ambassadors. Come show your support for the ambassadors as they give their incredible speeches

    FLU CLINIC

    ■ Attention Staff and Students:  The annual flu clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 24th from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM in Room 307.  PLEASE register online as soon as possible at www.schoolflu.com.  There are also forms in the nurse’s office.

    STUDENT COUNCIL

    ■ Good morning Rogers students: Word is out.  Students want to have input into how their school runs.  This just a gentle reminder that there is another informational meeting after school today in room 307, from 2:15 – 2:45pm.  We hope to see you there!   Any questions please speak directly with Mr. Kimes, room 406.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm. 

    Interested in becoming a CNA? See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    ■ The Rogers High School Hydro Robotics Team is looking for new crew members. If the underwater world and robotics have ever interested you, please stop by room 212 and speak to Mr. Dickison to see what all the fun is about.  Meetings are Tuesday after school!

    PICTURE RETAKE DAY

    ■ Picture retakes will be tomorrow.   Retakes are for students who missed picture day or students who received photos that would like a retake.  If you would like a retake for pictures that were sent home please bring them back to the photographer with a $5 processing fee and she will retake your picture tomorrow.  Retakes on student ID’s will not be taken unless the student is purchasing a package.

    OPEN HOUSE

    ■ Rogers High School will hold their Open House tonight from 5 to 7pm. There will be a parent/guardian meet and greet presentation in the auditorium from 5:00 to 5:30 than parent/guardian may proceed to classrooms.

    We have some great presentations and initiatives happening. We will discuss NEASC, Vision of the Graduate, Vaping Parent Presentation and PTO recruiting. We will also have a "Vision of the Graduate" activity for families just outside of the Gymnasium, in front of the main office we will have a PTO sign up table and in the cafeteria we will be setting up Chromebooks in order for families to complete a NEASC Survey. Finally, we will be having the Vaping presentation in the library (see attached for flyer)

    IN SPANISH

    ■ La escuela secundaria Rogers High School celebrará su jornada de puertas abiertas el 27 de Septiembre de 5:00 a 7:00 PM. Habrá una reunión de padres/tutores para saludar en el auditorio. Luego de 5:00 a 5:30 de la tarde  los padres/tutores pueden ir a los salones de clases.

    Tenemos algunas grandes presentaciones e iniciativas que sucederán esa noche. Hablaremos de NEASC, visión para graduarse, vaping presentación de padres y reclutamiento de PTO. También tendremos una actividad de "visión de los graduados" para las familias que están justo afuera del gimnasio, frente a la oficina principal tendremos una mesa de inscripción de PTO y en la cafetería estaremos configurando Chromebooks para que las familias completen una encuesta de NEASC. Finalmente, tendremos la presentación de Vaping en la biblioteca.

    ATTACHMENT

    Teen Events at Newport Public Library (Click here for flyer)

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm  

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 12 - Homecoming

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • REMINDER: Open House on 09/27/18

    Rogers High School will hold their Open House tomorrow, Sept. 27th from 5 to 7pm. There will be a parent/guardian meet and greet presentation in the auditorium from 5:00 to 5:30 than parent/guardian may proceed to classrooms.

    We have some great presentations and initiatives happening that night. We will discuss NEASC, Vision of the Graduate, Vaping Parent Presentation and PTO recruiting. We will also have a "Vision of the Graduate" activity for families just outside of the Gymnasium, in front of the main office we will have a PTO sign up table and in the cafeteria we will be setting up Chromebooks in order for families to complete a NEASC Survey. Finally, we will be having the Vaping presentation in the library.

    In Spanish

    La escuela secundaria Rogers High School celebrará su jornada de puertas abiertas el 27 de Septiembre de 5:00 a 7:00 PM. Habrá una reunión de padres/tutores para saludar en el auditorio. Luego de 5:00 a 5:30 de la tarde  los padres/tutores pueden ir a los salones de clases.

    Tenemos algunas grandes presentaciones e iniciativas que sucederán esa noche. Hablaremos de NEASC, visión para graduarse, vaping presentación de padres y reclutamiento de PTO. También tendremos una actividad de "visión de los graduados" para las familias que están justo afuera del gimnasio, frente a la oficina principal tendremos una mesa de inscripción de PTO y en la cafetería estaremos configurando Chromebooks para que las familias completen una encuesta de NEASC. Finalmente, tendremos la presentación de Vaping en la biblioteca.

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  • Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Announcements

    Day 3

    SENIOR CLASS ELECTION

    ■The senior class will have elections today, September 26th, in the auditorium between 12:23 -1:10. Candidates will be introduced, and those candidates who prepared a speech will be presenting to their class. Teachers with all senior classes should attend with their class and mixed classes should send their senior down. Students will be dismissed back to class after they have turned in their ballot.

    STUDENT COUNCIL

    ■Good morning Rogers students: Word is out.  Students want to have input into how their school runs.  This just a gentle reminder that there will be two informational meetings after school this week: today and tomorrow, room 307, from 2:15 – 2:45pm.  We hope to see you there for either of these meetings.   Any questions please speak directly with Mr. Kimes, room 406.

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program, Science, Math and Investigative Learning Experiences is meeting today in the Library after school.  Come to the first meeting and see what we are all about - weekly get togethers with great refreshments, field trips, and a yearly weekend challenge at URI.  Stop by and join us. 

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■Newport Community School is today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm. 

    Interested in becoming a CNA? See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    ■ Do you want to help others? Join the Newport Community School's Community Involvement Club to learn the benefits of volunteering in the community. Come for the informational meeting on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 2pm in the cafeteria.  The first meeting will be on Thursday September 27, 2018 at 2pm. Transportation provided home at 4pm. See Ms. Arruda for more information! 

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    ■ The Rogers High School Hydro Robotics Team is looking for new crew members. If the underwater world and robotics have ever interested you, please stop by room 212 and speak to Mr. Dickison to see what all the fun is about.  Meetings are Tuesday after school!

    PICTURE RETAKE DAY

    ■ Picture retakes will be this Friday, September 28th.   Retakes are for students who missed picture day or students who received photos that would like a retake.  If you would like a retake for pictures that were sent home please bring them back to the photographer with a $5 processing fee and she will retake your picture on Friday.  Retakes on student ID’s will not be taken unless the student is purchasing a package.

    OPEN HOUSE

    ■ Rogers High School will hold their Open House on Sept. 27th from 5 to 7pm. There will be a parent/guardian meet and greet presentation in the auditorium from 5:00 to 5:30 than parent/guardian may proceed to classrooms.

    We have some great presentations and initiatives happening that night. We will discuss NEASC, Vision of the Graduate, Vaping Parent Presentation and PTO recruiting. We will also have a "Vision of the Graduate" activity for families just outside of the Gymnasium, in front of the main office we will have a PTO sign up table and in the cafeteria we will be setting up Chromebooks in order for families to complete a NEASC Survey. Finally, we will be having the Vaping presentation in the library (see attached for flyers).

    ■ La escuela secundaria Rogers High School celebrará su jornada de puertas abiertas el 27 de Septiembre de 5:00 a 7:00 PM. Habrá una reunión de padres/tutores para saludar en el auditorio. Luego de 5:00 a 5:30 de la tarde  los padres/tutores pueden ir a los salones de clases.

    Tenemos algunas grandes presentaciones e iniciativas que sucederán esa noche. Hablaremos de NEASC, visión para graduarse, vaping presentación de padres y reclutamiento de PTO. También tendremos una actividad de "visión de los graduados" para las familias que están justo afuera del gimnasio, frente a la oficina principal tendremos una mesa de inscripción de PTO y en la cafetería estaremos configurando Chromebooks para que las familias completen una encuesta de NEASC. Finalmente, tendremos la presentación de Vaping en la biblioteca.

    ATTACHMENT

    Teen Events at Newport Public Library  (click here for attachment)

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm  

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    October 23-31  Red Ribbon Week  

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Hello Viking Families,

    We’ve had another visitor (A Mouse) at the Rogers campus today.  As with any sort of facility in a wooded lot, mice will enter into the building and is a common event in all buildings. Seemingly due to the impact of social media, our visitors are getting far more attention than they typically would.

    As a School Administration and Community, we have been attempting to address these visitors. We have an ongoing contract with a pest company that visits Rogers HS regularly. During these visits they check traps and rebait as needed. When more activity is noticed, traps are moved to those areas and re-baiting occurs.   In the past few weeks, our pest company has visited campus almost weekly in order to address the mice that have been seen by students.

    Please know our maintenance and custodial staff work extremely hard at cleaning up any residual food waste or products which may lure mice into the building on a higher frequency than typical and are working round the clock to keep Rogers clean.

    We are very transparent on where our facilities are failing and have held formal and informal tours of our facilities. Moving forward, if a concern is raised or a question should arise about the conditions of Rogers HS, please reach out to me in order to address your concern or question before going to social media.

    We are all in this together and want our students to have the best experience at Rogers High School.

    Regards,

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.

    Principal - Rogers High School

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  • Day 2

    STUDENT COUNCIL

    ■All Rogers students: Do you want to have another awesome Spirit Week?  Are you interested in having a say about how our school operates?  Please consider joining our student council.  We will have two informational meetings after school this week on Wednesday 26th & Thursday 27th at 2:15 – 2:45pm.  We hope to see you there for either of these meetings.   Any questions please speak directly with Mr. Kimes, room 406."

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program, Science, Math and Investigative Learning Experiences is meeting Wednesday in the Library after school.  Come to the first meeting and see what we are all about - weekly get togethers with great refreshments, field trips, and a yearly weekend challenge at URI.  Stop by and join us. 

    REGISTER TO VOTE

    ■ Today is National Voter Registration Day. There will be registrations available during lunch if you are at least 16 years of age.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■Newport Community School starts today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm. 

    Interested in becoming a CNA? See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    ■ Do you want to help others? Join the Newport Community School's Community Involvement Club to learn the benefits of volunteering in the community. Come for the informational meeting on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 2pm in the cafeteria.  The first meeting will be on Thursday September 27, 2018 at 2pm. Transportation provided home at 4pm. See Ms. Arruda for more information! 

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    ■ The Rogers High School Hydro Robotics Team is looking for new crew members. If the underwater world and robotics have ever interested you, please stop by room 212 and speak to Mr. Dickison to see what all the fun is about.  Meetings are Tuesday after school!

    PICTURE RETAKE DAY

    ■ Picture retakes will be this Friday, September 28th.   Retakes are for students who missed picture day or students who received photos that would like a retake.  If you would like a retake for pictures that were sent home please bring them back to the photographer with a $5 processing fee and she will retake your picture on Friday.  Retakes on student ID’s will not be taken unless the student is purchasing a package.

    SPORTS NEWS

    ■ There will be a quick meeting for any boy interested in playing lacrosse for Rogers immediately after school in the cafeteria today.  This is for returning players and any potential new players.

    OPEN HOUSE

    ■ Rogers High School will hold their Open House on Sept. 27th from 5 to 7pm. There will be a parent/guardian meet and greet presentation in the auditorium from 5:00 to 5:30 than parent/guardian may proceed to classrooms.

    We have some great presentations and initiatives happening that night. We will discuss NEASC, Vision of the Graduate, Vaping Parent Presentation and PTO recruiting. We will also have a "Vision of the Graduate" activity for families just outside of the Gymnasium, in front of the main office we will have a PTO sign up table and in the cafeteria we will be setting up Chromebooks in order for families to complete a NEASC Survey. Finally, we will be having the Vaping presentation in the library (Click here for attachment2nd attachment).

     

    ■ La escuela secundaria Rogers High School celebrará su jornada de puertas abiertas el 27 de Septiembre de 5:00 a 7:00 PM. Habrá una reunión de padres/tutores para saludar en el auditorio. Luego de 5:00 a 5:30 de la tarde  los padres/tutores pueden ir a los salones de clases.

    Tenemos algunas grandes presentaciones e iniciativas que sucederán esa noche. Hablaremos de NEASC, visión para graduarse, vaping presentación de padres y reclutamiento de PTO. También tendremos una actividad de "visión de los graduados" para las familias que están justo afuera del gimnasio, frente a la oficina principal tendremos una mesa de inscripción de PTO y en la cafetería estaremos configurando Chromebooks para que las familias completen una encuesta de NEASC. Finalmente, tendremos la presentación de Vaping en la biblioteca.

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 26 - STAR Testing window opens

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm  

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Hello RHS Community,

    Rogers High School will hold their Open House on Sept. 27th from 5 to 7pm. There will be a parent/guardian meet and greet presentation in the auditorium from 5:00 to 5:30 than parent/guardian may proceed to classrooms.

    We have some great presentations and initiatives happening that night. We will discuss NEASC, Vision of the Graduate, Vaping Parent Presentation and PTO recruiting. We will also have a "Vision of the Graduate" activity for families just outside of the Gymnasium, in front of the main office we will have a PTO sign up table and in the cafeteria we will be setting up Chromebooks in order for families to complete a NEASC Survey. Finally, we will be having the Vaping presentation in the library (see attached for flyer).  Attachment

    Regards,

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.

     

    Hola comunidad de Rogers High School

    La escuela secundaria Rogers High School celebrará su jornada de puertas abiertas el 27 de Septiembre de 5:00 a 7:00 PM. Habrá una reunión de padres/tutores para saludar en el auditorio. Luego de 5:00 a 5:30 de la tarde  los padres/tutores pueden ir a los salones de clases.

    Tenemos algunas grandes presentaciones e iniciativas que sucederán esa noche. Hablaremos de NEASC, visión para graduarse, vaping presentación de padres y reclutamiento de PTO. También tendremos una actividad de "visión de los graduados" para las familias que están justo afuera del gimnasio, frente a la oficina principal tendremos una mesa de inscripción de PTO y en la cafetería estaremos configurando Chromebooks para que las familias completen una encuesta de NEASC. Finalmente, tendremos la presentación de Vaping en la biblioteca.

    Saludos,

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.

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  • Day 1

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■Newport Community School starts today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm. 

    Interested in becoming a CNA? See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    ■ Do you want to help others? Join the Newport Community School's Community Involvement Club to learn the benefits of volunteering in the community. Come for the informational meeting on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 2pm in the cafeteria.  The first meeting will be on Thursday September 27, 2018 at 2pm. Transportation provided home at 4pm. See Ms. Arruda for more information! 

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    ■ The Rogers High School Hydro Robotics Team is looking for new crew members. If the underwater world and robotics have ever interested you, please stop by room 212 and speak to Mr. Dickison to see what all the fun is about.  Meetings areTuesday after school!

    PICTURE RETAKE DAY

    ■ Picture retakes will be this Friday, September 28th.   Retakes are for students who missed picture day or students who received photos that would like a retake.  If you would like a retake for pictures that were sent home please bring them back to the photographer with a $5 processing fee and she will retake your picture on Friday.  Retakes on student ID’s will not be taken unless the student is purchasing a package.

    SPORTS NEWS

    ■ There will be a quick meeting for any boy interested in playing lacrosse for Rogers immediately after school in the cafeteria on tomorrow, September 25th.  This is for returning players and any potential new players.

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 26 - STAR Testing window opens

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Friday, September 21, 2018 Announcements

    Day 6

    CLASS ELECTIONS

    Results are in for the sophomore and junior class elections and the results are as follows: 

    For the sophomores: President- Anna Murphy, Vice President- Kayleigh Mosher, Secretary-Michael Phelps and Treasurer- Alexandra Cranson. 

    For the junior: President- Kenzie Palmer, Vice President- Zobida Zia, Secretary- Anna Bodycoat, Treasurer-Maeve Newsome, Prom Committee- Avery Whitaker.  Congratulations to those elected. 

    The senior class will have elections next Wednesday, September 26th in the auditorium between 12:23 -1:10. Candidates for office should prepare a campaign speech to present to the senior class during that time.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Do you want to help others? Join the Newport Community School's Community Involvement Club to learn the benefits of volunteering in the community. Come for the informational meeting on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 2pm in the cafeteria.  The first meeting will be on Thursday September 27, 2018 at 2pm. Transportation provided home at 4pm. See Ms. Arruda for more information! 

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    SPORTS NEWS

    ■ There will be a quick meeting for any boy interested in playing lacrosse for Rogers immediately after school in the cafeteria on Tuesday, September 25th.  This is for returning players and any potential new players.

    ■ Congratulations to our Boy’s Outdoor Track & Field Coach Andrew Martucci  for being named The NFHS Coaches Association 2018 RI Boys Outdoor Track & Field Coach of the Year. Thank you Coach Martucci for your dedication!

    ■ This evening the football team is at home taking on Johnston beginning at 7pm. As a reminder all Rogers students are free and must have been in school! Admission for all others is $5. Those 12 & younger are also free but must be accompanied by a paid adult. As always please leave your backpacks, bicycles, skateboards and all animals at home. Outside food & beverages are also prohibited. Tonight’s game can also be heard live on WADK.com

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 26 - STAR Testing window opens

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 15 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at 5:30pm

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Day 5

    CLASS ELECTION

    ■ Elections for the junior and sophomore class are still to be held in CREW this morning. Ballots are in your mailboxes. The freshman advisor will handle freshman elections and senior elections will be next Wednesday. I apologize for any confusion. Please put ballots in my mailbox or bring to room 813 and I will announce the elected officials as soon as the votes are tallied. 

    COLLEGE FAIR

    ■ The 9th Annual College Fair will be taking place today!  See your school email for a flyer.

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    SPORTS NEWS

    ■ There will be a quick meeting for any boy interested in playing lacrosse for Rogers immediately after school in the cafeteria on Tuesday, September 25th.  This is for returning players and any potential new players.

    ATTACHMENTS

    College Fair

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 26 - STAR Testing window opens

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

     

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  • September 19, 2018 Announcements

    Day 4

    FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION NIGHT

    ■ Juniors & Seniors, come with your family and friends to Rogers HS Financial Aid Info Night in the library tonight at 6pm. Learn the how to's of financial aid applications and prepare for the OCT. 1st opening of F.A.F.S.A.   See attached flyer

    MOCK TRAIL

    ■ There will be an informational meeting of the Mock Trial team today in Rm 118 at 2:05.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School starts today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm.    Interested in becoming a CNA? See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    CLASS ELECTION

    ■ Candidates for all class office positions are posted outside the main office. Please take the time to read what your class candidates have to offer so you can be prepared to vote in CREW tomorrow, September 20th. 

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers Theatre Company will be holding a brief informational meeting tomorrow, September 20th, immediately after school in room 100.  We encourage anyone (staff or students) who might be interested in being part of our productions this year to attend on Thursday afternoon to meet fellow cast members and to learn more about the possible plans for this year.  If you have any questions or can’t make it tomorrow please get in contact with Mr. Corr through email at petercorr@npsri.net

    COLLEGE FAIR

    ■ The 9th Annual College Fair will be taking place tomorrow, September 20th.  See attached flyer

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    SPORTS NEWS

    ■ There will be a quick meeting for any boy interested in playing lacrosse for Rogers immediately after school in the cafeteria on Tuesday, September 25th.  This is for returning players and any potential new players.

    ATTACHMENTS

    Financial Aid Information Night     Click here for Flyer

    College Fair              Click here for Flyers

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 19 - Financial Aid Information Night 6pm

    September 26 - STAR Testing window opens

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Monday, September 18, 2018 Announcements

    Day 3

    FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION NIGHT

    ■ Juniors & Seniors, come with your family and friends to Rogers HS Financial Aid Info Night in the library tomorrow, Wednesday at 6pm. Learn the how to's of financial aid applications and prepare for the OCT.1st opening of F.A.F.S.A.  See attached flyer

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School starts today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm.   Interested in becoming a CNA?  See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    MOCK TRAIL

    ■ There will be an informational meeting of the Mock Trial team tomorrow, Wednesday September 19 in Rm 118 at 2:05.

    CLASS OFFICERS ELECTION

    ■ Elections for all class officers will be held in CREW this Thursday, September 20th. If you would like to run for senior class office please see Ms. Stump in room 813 near the auditorium. If you would like to run for freshman class office please see Ms. Hazen in guidance. All other potential candidates should pick up and return forms to the main office. ALL candidacy forms need to be turned into Ms. Stump or the main office by the end of the day today.

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers Theatre Company will be holding a brief informational meeting this Thursday, September 20th, immediately after school in room 100.  We encourage anyone (staff or students) who might be interested in being part of our productions this year to attend on Thursday afternoon to meet fellow cast members and to learn more about the possible plans for this year.  If you have any questions or can’t make it on Thursday please get in contact with Mr. Corr through email at petercorr@npsri.net

    COLLEGE FAIR

    ■ The 9th Annual College Fair will be taking place this Thursday, September 20th.  See attached flyer

    A MESSAGE FROM CARTER PHOTOGRAPHY

    ■ Seniors who have not had their picture taken yet for the senior section of the yearbook should contact the school photographer, Jennifer Carter, to schedule their appointment.  Attached you will find a copy of the senior portrait brochure with details on the products offered.  Any senior who has a half hour or full hour session or take part in a group mini session by the end of September with the school photographer, will also receive a student ID with their senior picture on it.  Please call or text 401-837-0554 or go to www.newport-ri-photography.com for more information.  See attached flyer

    ATTACHMENTS

    Financial Aid Information Night  flyer

    Carter Photography  Flyer

    College Fair   Flyer1      Flyer2

    UPCOMING DATES

    September 19 - Financial Aid Information Night 6pm

    September 26 - STAR Testing window opens

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 6 - SAT

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    October 10 - PSAT

    October 13 - STAR Testing window closes

    November 3 - SAT

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 21  - Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Monday, September 17, 2018 Announcements

    Day 2

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School starts today after school in the library! Come get your homework or makeup work done. Transportation provided home at 4pm.   

    Interested in becoming a CNA?  See Ms. Dugan in the NCS office for more information! Class limited to 10 students. 

    FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION NIGHT

    ■ Juniors & Seniors, come with your family and friends to Rogers HS Financial Aid Info Night. In the library Wednesday at 6pm. Learn the how to's of financial aid applications and prepare for the OCT.1st opening of F.A.F.S.A.  See attached flyer

    MOCK TRAIL

    ■There will be an informational meeting of the Mock Trial team on Wednesday September 19 in Rm 118 at 2:05.

    CLASS OFFICERS ELECTION

    ■ Elections for all class officers will be held in CREW this Thursday, September 20th. If you would like to run for senior class office please see Ms. Stump in room 813 near the auditorium. If you would like to run for freshman class office please see Ms. Hazen in guidance. All other potential candidates should pick up and return forms to the main office. Please return forms by the end of the day tomorrow Tuesday, September 18th to be considered for a class officer position. 

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers Theatre Company will be holding a brief informational meeting this Thursday, September 20th, immediately after school in room 100. We encourage anyone (staff or students) who might be interested in being part of our productions this year to attend on Thursday afternoon to meet fellow cast members and to learn more about the possible plans for this year.  If you have any questions or can’t make it on Thursday please get in contact with Mr. Corr through email at petercorr@npsri.net

    COLLEGE FAIR

    ■ The 9th Annual College Fair will be taking place this week on September 20th.  

    See attached flyer

    A MESSAGE FROM CARTER PHOTOGRAPHY

    ■ Seniors who have not had their picture taken yet for the senior section of the yearbook should contact the school photographer, Jennifer Carter, to schedule their appointment.  Attached you will find a copy of the senior portrait brochure with details on the products offered.  Any senior who has a half hour or full hour session or take part in a group mini session by the end of September with the school photographer, will also receive a student ID with their senior picture on it.  Please call or text 401-837-0554 or go to www.newport-ri-photography.com for more information.  See attached flyer

    ATTACHMENTS

    Financial Aid Information Night   Flyer

    Carter Photography Flyer       Flyer

    College Fair    Flyer1   Flyer2

    UPCOMING DATES:

    September 19 - Financial Aid Information Night 6pm 

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 21  -   Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

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  • Revised AM Bus Schedule will be in effect on Monday, September 17th!

    Bus # 1 – William S. Rogers High School                              

    6:55 AM EUSTIS AV @ KAY ST

    6:57 AM EUSTIS AV @ OLD BEACH RD

    6:59 AM CHAPEL TERRACE

    7:03 AM MIDDLETON AV @ WEAVER AV

     

    Bus # 3 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:54 AM NEWPORT BASE INN

    6:57 AM RELIANCE ROW

    6:59 AM GIRARD AV @ W EVANS

     

    Bus # 4 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:53 AM BEDLOW AV @ THURSTON AV

    6:55 AM BEDLOW AV @ CURRY AV

    6:57 AM VERNON AV @ FREEBORN ST

    7:00 AM KAY @ KEEHER AV

     

    Bus # 5 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:56 AM MALBONE RD @ MADELINE DR

    6:59 AM VAN ZANDT AV @ HOMER ST

     

    Bus # 6 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:53 AM HILLSIDE @ SUNSET BLVD

    6:59 AM HILLSIDE @ KENNEDY ST

     

    Bus # 7 – William S. Rogers High School     

    6:55 AM ROLLING GREEN

    6:57 AM RESOLUTE ROAD

        

    Bus # 8 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:57 AM BROADWAY @ RHODE ISLAND AV

     

    Bus # 9 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:55 AM HILLSIDE AV @ DUDLEY AV

    6:57 AM HILLSIDE AV @ EISENHOWER RD

     

    Bus # 10 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:55 AM HILLSIDE AV @ W EVANS ST

     

    Bus #11 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:53 AM  THIRD @ POPLAR ST

    6:54 AM THIRD @ CHERRY ST

    6:55 AM THIRD @ BATTERY ST

    6:57 AM BAYSIDE VILLAGE

     

    Bus # 12 – Willian S. Rogers High School

    6:57 AM  KAY ST @ RHODE ISLAND

    7:01 AM  BROADWAY @ MANN AV

     

    Bus # 17 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:57 AM FORT ADAMS SHELTER # 2

     

    Bus # 16 – William S. Rogers High School

    6:50 AM FESTIVAL FIELDS

    6:57 AM BLISS RD @ EUSTIS

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  • Friday, September 14, 2018 Announcements

    Day 1

    CLASS OFFICERS ELECTION

    ■ Elections for all class officers will be held in CREW next Thursday, September 20th. If you would like to run for senior class office please see Ms. Stump in room 813 near the auditorium. If you would like to run for freshman class office please see Ms. Hazen in guidance. All other potential candidates should pick up and return forms to the main office. Please return forms by the end of the day on Tuesday, September 18th to be considered for a class officer position. 

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society, Class of 2019:  First mandatory meeting is today, September 14, from 2:00-2:30 pm in room 106.

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers Theatre Company will be holding a brief informational meeting on Thursday, September 20th, immediately after school in room 100.  We encourage anyone (staff or students) who might be interested in being part of our productions this year to attend on Thursday afternoon to meet fellow cast members and to learn more about the possible plans for this year.  If you have any questions or can’t make it on Thursday please get in contact with Mr. Corr through email at petercorr@npsri.net

    COLLEGE FAIR

    ■ The 9th Annual College Fair will be taking place next week on September 20th.  See  flyer attached

    ATTACHMENTS

    Newport Library Events    flyer   flyer2  flyer3

    College Fair    flyer  flyer2

    UPCOMING DATES:

    September 19 - Financial Aid Information Night 6pm 

    September 27 - Open House 5-7 pm

    October 3 - Midterm Progress Report - 1st Qtr. 

    October 4 - 90m Early Release for Students

    October 8 - Columbus Day - No School

    November 6 - Election Day - No School

    November 9 - First Quarter ends

    November 12 - Veterans' Day (observed) - No School

    November 21  -   Early Release Day - Thanksgiving Break

    November 22-23 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

     

    As a part of National Suicide Prevention Week we shared Strategy #1-Be the One to ASK, and #2-Be the One to Keep a Friend Safe.

    Strategy #3 is Be There.  This could mean being physically present for your friend, or by text, or via social media.  Being there for someone with thoughts of suicide is life-saving.  Increasing someone's connectedness to others and limiting their isolation has shown to be a protective factor against suicide.  Just be there.

    Strategy #4 is Help Them Connect.  Helping a friend with thoughts of suicide connect with ongoing supports like Lifeline or Text Line can help them establish a safety net for those moments they find themselves feeling hopeless.  Youth that have called the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline were significantly more likely to feel less depressed, less suicidal, less overwhelmed, and more hopeful by the end of the calls.

    Strategy #5 Be the One to Follow Up---with a text, a smile, a hug, a note, a phone call.  The follow up step is a great time to check in with them to see if there is more you are capable of helping with or if there is something you said you would do & haven't yet had the chance to get done for them.  This simple, kind contact can continue to increase their feelings of connectedness and share your ongoing support.  There is evidence that even a simple form of reaching out, like sending a caring postcard, can potentially reduce their risk for suicide.  

    Thank you for your participation in National Suicide Prevention Week.  Together we can Be the One to help reduce youth suicide attempts in Rhode Island and beyond.  There is help.  There is hope. Have a great weekend!

     

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  • Tuesday, September 11, 2018 Announcements

    Today is Day 5

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society, Class of 2019:  First mandatory meeting is this Friday, September 14, from 2:00-2:30 pm in room 106.

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    PHOTO DAY

    ■ Photo Day is this Thursday - see attached for flyer/order form

    UPCOMING DATES:

    Wednesday, September 12th - No School, Primary Election Day.

    Thursday, September 13th - Picture day with Carter Photography

    Wednesday, September 19th - Financial Aid Information Night 6pm 

    Thursday, September 27th - Open House 5-7pm

    Thursday, October 4th - 90m Early Release for Students

    Monday, October 8th - Columbus Day - No School

    ATTACHMENTS

    Photo Day Flyer/Order form  Flyer

    Newport Library Events Flyer 1   Flyer 2  Flyer 3

     

    This is National Suicide Prevention Week.  Throughout the week we will share strategies you can do to help connect a friend who might be struggling emotionally.

    *Strategy #1-  Be the One to ASK.  If you are concerned about a friend, just ask them "Are you okay?"  Just by asking the question you are sending a message that you care. 

    *Strategy #2 - Be the One to Keep a Friend Safe.  This means telling an adult in school or outside of school as soon as you hear that your friend is thinking about suicide.  Don't keep it to yourself.  In school you can tell the Principal, a Teacher, a Guidance Counselor, the School Nurse, the School Social Worker, the Student Assistance Counselor.  Take all warning signs seriously.  You can save a life by telling an adult.

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  • Monday, September 10, 2018 Announcements

    Today is Day 4

    FRESHMAN

    ■ Any Freshman who have not received their Chromebook, please stop by the main office.

    PHOTO DAY

    ■ Photo Day is this Thursday.  Flyer/order form will be handed out during English class today!


    UPCOMING DATES:

    Wednesday, September 12th - No School, Primary Election Day.

    Thursday, September 19th - Financial Aid Information Night 6pm 

    Thursday, September 27th - Open House 5-7pm

    Thursday, October 4th - 90m Early Release for Students

    Monday, October 8th - Columbus Day - No School

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  • RHS Photo Date Flyer / Order Form

    Photo Date with Carter Photography will be on Thursday, September 13th.  See attached flyer/order form!

    Click for Flyer/Order Form

     

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  • Hello Vikings,

    We are super excited to begin another school year together. There will be some familiar faces and many new ones as we welcome our new Freshman Class, the Class of 2022. There has been a lot of work done this summer with Crew and technology and hopefully these changes will positively impact your experience. Your schedule will be available on the first day of school in your Crew period. 
     
    On the first day of school, students will report to their Crew period at 7:30 am. In this period students will receive their new schedules along with our opening day packet. If their are questions or concerns with your schedules, make an appointment with your guidance counselor to rectify the situation. 
     
    Crew period rosters will be posted throughout the building in the morning for students to find their location, as well as, staff with these rosters to help guide students to their Crew period. These first few days of school will be filled with many new changes and we will all navigate them together.
     
    We look forward to seeing you all on Sept. 5th. Have a restful last few days of Summer!
     
    Regards,
     
    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
    Principal - Rogers High School
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  • Rogers Freshman Chromebook Distribution Night

    Rogers High School will hold a Chromebook Distribution Night for all incoming ninth grade students and their parents/guardians between 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. on Monday, August 27, 2018 in the Rogers High School Cafeteria.

    This Chromebook Distribution Night is mandatory for all incoming freshmen, (Class of 2022), who will be part of the new 1:1 Chromebook initiative.  Students, parent and guardians will receive an overview of the new 1:1 Chromebook initiative, sign acceptable use agreements and receive their new personal student Chromebooks.

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  • SAVE THE DATE
     
    Chromebook distribution for all incoming 9th graders will take place on Monday, August 27th from 5 to 8 pm in the RHS cafeteria.  The Chromebooks are part of the 1;1 pilot program.  All Class of 2022 students and their parent/guardian must be in attendance of this event.
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  • CCRI on the RHODE

    Mobile Recruit Team - CCRI on the RHODE for 2 days, in 6 communities, for 18 hours!  Come talk to us to see how your success can be made here!  In Newport at the City Hall, 43 Broadway, on Tuesday, July 24th, 8 to 11 a.m.      FLYER       

     

     

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  • RHS Scheduling Discussion

    On Monday, July 16th, Mr. Vance will hold a community meeting on the 2018-2019 RHS schedule at 5 PM in the Newport Area Career & Technical Center, Room 924.  Since the last meeting was scheduled on the same evening as the Senior Prom, this is another opportunity for parents and community members to discuss the RHS schedule.

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  • Rogers High School

    Summer School Bus Schedule

    8:00 AM  BAYSIDE VILLAGE

    8:03 AM  ROLLING GREEN

    8:06 AM  FESTIVAL FIELDS

    8:08 AM  FLORANCE GRAY CENTER

    8:10 AM  PARK HOLM

    8:12 AM  BROADWAY @ ELLIOT

    8:17 AM  MEMORIAL & CHAPEL

    8:25 AM  ROGERS HIGH SCHOOL

     

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  • Wednesday, June 27, 2018

    Have a WONDERFUL Summer!
     
     September 5th:  First day of School
     
    ■ New start times beginning in September:  Bell @ 7:25 / Start 7:30 am - 2:00 pm 

     

     

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  • Monday, June 25, 2018 Announcements

    2018/19 AP COURSE

    ■ Any student taking AP Biology next fall need to see Mrs. Cykert in room 218 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■ Any student planning to take AP Physics should see Mr. Goodburn in room 200 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■ Any student who is taking AP Literature in the fall, please see either Mrs. Kimes or Ms. Dunbar for the summer assignment. 

    ■ Any Students taking AP Chemistry next year should come grab their summer work from Mrs. Zilly in room 216.

    ■ Any Students taking European History next year should see Mr. Ferris in room 118 for their summer work.

    END OF YEAR DATES

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup (Bus depart at 10:00); TMS 8thgrade 

    tour, luncheon &  promotion ceremony.

    ■ June 26180TH day of School with early dismissal at 11:30.

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  • Friday, June 22, 2018 Announcements

    2018/19 AP COURSE

    ■  Any student taking AP Biology next fall need to see Mrs. Cykert in room 218 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■  Any student planning to take AP Physics should see Mr. Goodburn in room 200 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■  Any student who is taking AP Literature in the fall, please see either Mrs. Kimes or Ms. Dunbar for the summer assignment. 

    ■ Any Students taking AP Chemistry next year should come grab their summer work from Mrs. Zilly in room 216.  

    SPORTS

     ■Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: 

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    END OF YEAR DATES

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup (Bus depart at 10:30); TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon &  promotion ceremony.

    ■ June 26180TH day of School with early dismissal at 11:30.

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  • NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today and tomorrow immediately following exams till 1:45 pm. Come get your make up work and studying done! Transportation Home provided. 

    ■ Be sure to stop by the NCS office during exams 1 & 2 and pick something up from the snack bar! Free of charge. 

    2018/19 AP COURSE

    ■ Any student taking AP Biology next fall need to see Mrs. Cykert in room 218 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■ Any student planning to take AP Physics should see Mr. Goodburn in room 200 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■ Any student who is taking AP Literature in the fall, please see either Mrs. Kimes or Ms. Dunbar for the summer assignment. 

    ■ Any Students taking AP Chemistry next year should come get their summer work from Mrs. Zilly in room 216. 

    SPORTS

    ■ Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: 

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    END OF YEAR DATES

     June 20: Underclassman Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 21: Underclassman Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup (Bus depart at 10:30); TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon &  promotion ceremony.

    ■ June 26180TH day of School with early dismissal at 11:30.

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  • Career Exploration Academy Flyer

    Click here for Flyer

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  • JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! Please register for a second SAT with Miss D before the summer. She can help you set up a study plan and pick a date to retake the test. Upcoming exam dates are August 25th and October 6th. Don't delay!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library Wednesday and Thursday immediately following exams till 1:45 pm. Come get your make up work and studying done! Transportation Home provided.

    ■ Be sure to stop by the NCS office during exams 1 & 2 and pick something up from the snack bar! Free of charge. 

    2018/19 AP COURSE

    ■ Any student taking AP Biology next fall need to see Mrs. Cykert in room 218 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■ Any student planning to take AP Physics should see Mr. Goodburn in room 200 to pick up the summer assignment.

    ■ Any student who is taking AP Literature in the fall, please see either Mrs. Kimes or Ms. Dunbar for the summer assignment. 

    SPORTS

    ■ All gym lockers must be cleared out today by 2:45 pm. All locks are to be left locked on the locker!  After the 19th any items left behind will be donated or discarded.

    ■ Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: 

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    ■ Today immediately after school there will be informational meetings for the following fall sports: girls tennis, girls volleyball, boys & girls cross-country and boys & girls soccer. 

    END OF YEAR DATES

     June 19: Underclassman Last Full Day of Class

     June 20: Underclassman Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 21: Underclassman Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam7 & makeup (Bus departs at 10:30); TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon & promotion ceremony.

    ■ June 26180TH day of School with early dismissal at 11:30.

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  • Monday, June 18, 2018 Announcements

    ■ Students taking AP Biology next fall need to see Mrs. Cykert in Room 218 to pick up the summer assignment.”

    YEARBOOKS
    ■ Yearbooks are in.  Students can stop by room 308 to pick them up.

    SPORTS
    ■ All gym lockers must be cleared out by the last day of classes tomorrow, Tuesday, June 19th, at 2:45 pm. All locks are to be left locked on the locker!  After the 19th any items left behind will be donated or discarded.

    ■Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    ■ Tuesday immediately after school there will be informational meetings for the following fall sports: girls tennis, girls volleyball, boys & girls cross-country and boys & girls soccer. 

    ■This past weekend at the New Balance National Outdoor Track & Field meet in North Carolina Ian Hall, Brian Neal and Ezra Monterio all represented Rogers. All performed well and finished higher than their ranking entering the meet. Ian finished 15th throwing the javelin and Brian 24th in the elite division of the hammer throw. Ezra in the emerging division of the hammer throw finished in the top half placing 25th out of 62 competitors. Congratulations boys!

    ​ END OF YEAR DATES
    ■ June 19: Underclassman​ ​Last Full​ ​Day of Class
    ■ June 20: Underclassman​ ​Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)
    ■ June 21: Underclassman​ ​Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)
    ■ June 22: Underclassman​ ​Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 
    ■ June 25:​ ​Underclassman Exam​ ​7 & makeup; TMS 8th​ ​grade tour, luncheon & promotion ceremony
    ■ June 26:​ 180TH day of School with early​ ​dismissal at 11:30.

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  • Friday, June 15, 2018 Announcements 

    YEARBOOKS

    ■ Yearbooks are in.  Students can stop by room 308 to pick them up.

    SPORTS

    ■ Immediately after school in the cafeteria on Tuesday will be informational meetings for the boys and girls cross-country and soccer teams. Girls volleyball will also be meeting after school on Tuesday in the health room. 

    ■ All gym lockers must be cleared out by the last day of classes on Tuesday, June 19th at 2:45 pm. All locks are to be left locked on the locker! After the 19th any items left behind will be donated or discarded.

    ■ Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    END OF YEAR DATES

     June 15: Mandatory Rehearsal at 8:15 followed by the Graduate walk through Pell and TMS;

                     Class of 2018 Graduation at 6:00 pm.

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2018

     June 19: Underclassman Last Full Day of Class

     June 20: Underclassman Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 21: Underclassman Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup; TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon & promotion ceremony

    ■ June 26:180TH day of School with early dismissal at 11:30.

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  • Dear RHS Community and Families,
     
    Yesterday it was reported by some students that a student had threatened to bring a gun to school. This rumor was investigated by staff and police and it was found not to be credible.  
     
    Today- in an unrelated incident, one of our students did start another rumor- and because this is not the first time - this student has been issued disciplinary actions. This behavior will not be tolerated.
     
    The safety and well being of all our students, teachers, and staff is our number one concern.  Starting rumors and not taking these matters seriously will be addressed immediately and full disciplinary actions will be taken.
     
    Regards, 
    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
    Principal 

     

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  • YEARBOOKS
    ■ Yearbooks are in.  Students can stop by room 308 to pick them up.

    SPORTS
    ■ Today is the final day that the Rick Hole Fitness Center will be staffed with Scott, our personal trainer.  After today NO student can use the center without having arranged for staff supervision to be with them.

    ■ Immediately after school in the cafeteria on Tuesday will be informational meetings for the boys and girls cross-country and soccer teams. Girls volleyball will also be meeting after school on Tuesday in the health room. 

    ■ All gym lockers must be cleared out by the last day of classes on Tuesday, June 19th at 2:45 pm. All locks are to be left locked on the locker! After the 19th any items left behind will be donated or discarded.

    ■Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    END OF YEAR DATES
    ■ June 14: Mandatory​ ​Rehearsal​ ​for Seniors @ Noon; Owe Slips are due
    ■ June 15: Mandatory Rehearsal at 8:15 followed by the Graduate walkthrough 
                      Pell and TMS; Class of 2018 Graduation at 6:00 pm.
    ■ June 19: Underclassman​ ​Last Full​ ​Day of Class
    ■ June 20: Underclassman​ ​Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)
    ■ June 21: Underclassman​ ​Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)
    ■ June 22: Underclassman​ ​Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 
    ■ June 25:​ ​Underclassman Exam​ ​7 & makeup; TMS 8th​ ​grade tour, luncheon &          
                        promotion ceremony
    ■ June 26:​ 180TH day of School with early​ ​dismissal

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  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Announcements

     YEARBOOKS

    ■ Yearbooks are in.  Students can stop by room 308 to pick them up.

    SPORTS

    ■ Tomorrow is the final day the Rick Hole Fitness Center will be staffed with Scott, our personal trainer.  After tomorrow NO student can use the center without having arranged for staff supervision to be with them.

    ■ All gym lockers must be cleared out by the last day of classes on Tuesday, June 19th at 2:45 pm. All locks are to be left locked on the locker! After the 19th any items left behind will be donated or discarded.

    ■ Attention 2018 Fall student-athletes and families, online registration is now open: https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please complete online registration prior to June 22. 2018! This includes a current physical (valid for 13 months) and a RIIL Assumption of Risk form (new RHS student-athletes only).  Registration will not be open over the summer. Do not delay and register today!

    END OF YEAR DATES

     June 13: Senior Prom 7 pm

     June 14: Mandatory Rehearsal for Seniors @ Noon; Owe Slips are due

     June 15: Mandatory Rehearsal at 8:15 followed by the Graduate walk through Pell and TMS;

                    Class of 2018 Graduation at 6:00 pm.

     June 19: Underclassman Last Full Day of Class

     June 20: Underclassman Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 21: Underclassman Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon & promotion ceremony

    ■ June 26: 180TH day of School with early dismissal

    ATTACHMENTS (click on titles below for flyer)

    ■  OPT Summer Camp Poster

    ■  RHS Schedule Community Discussion

    ■  North Side Community Market Flyer in English

    ■  North Side Community Market Flyer in Spanish

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  • Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Announcements

     

    SPORTS

    ■ Attention all members of the girl's lacrosse, girls swim and boys outdoor track & field teams! You are being recognized at tonight's Newport School Committee meeting at Pell School at 6:30 for your championship seasons. Please arrive at Pell by 6:20 and you can expect it to be there for 45 minutes to 1 hour.

     

    END OF YEAR DATES

     June 12: All Senior Grades are due at 8 am

     June 13: Senior Prom 7 pm

     June 14: Mandatory Rehearsal for Seniors @ Noon; Owe Slips are due

     June 15: Mandatory Rehearsal at 8:15 followed by the Graduate walk through Pell and TMS;

                    Class of 2018 Graduation at 6:00 pm.

     June 19: Underclassman Last Full Day of Class

     June 20: Underclassman Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 21: Underclassman Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon & promotion ceremony

    ■ June 26: 180TH day of School with early dismissal

    ATTACHMENTS (click on titles below for flyer)

    ■  OPT Summer Camp Poster

    ■  RHS Schedule Community Discussion

    ■  North Side Community Market Flyer in English

    ■  North Side Community Market Flyer in Spanish

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  • Monday, June 11, 2018 Announcements

    SENIORS

    ■ Senior Banquet is today. Monday, June 11th, at the Hibernian Hall on Wellington Ave. from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Cost is $5.00 per person to defray the cost of the entertainment.  The parents of the seniors are responsible for providing the food, if you would like to help out by donating a dish or drinks please email Mardie Corcoran  (Jane Leys' mom) at hotcoco22@cox.net, or get in touch with her by text or call at (401) 862-6256 as she is coordinating the food. Food can be dropped off at the Hibernian Hall on Monday anytime after 5:30 pm or your child can bring it with them. Let's make this a great night for the seniors. 

    ■ Senior prom tickets will be on sale during all three lunches from senior class officers. Tickets are eighteen dollars for members of the Class of 2018 and forty dollars for all others.

    ■ 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.

    SPORTS

    ■ Softball finished their season with a loss to Prout in the D2 semifinals. This was the end of a remarkable season for the girls. A special thank you to seniors Nathalia Aguilar, Caeli Palmer, Katie Tejada, Meg Turner and Danielle Savage.

    ■ At the New England Track and Field Championships, Ian Hall was the runner-up in the javelin. Rogers other competitors all finished in their event higher than their seeding going into the meet.  On Saturday, June the boy's track and field team competed in the New England Championship. Ian Hall took 2nd in the Javelin, Ty Medeiros placed 12th in the triple jump and Edward Garadfalo was 14th. Brian Neal was 26th in the discus and Nyrell Lockhart competed in the 400 and placed 30th. The 4x100 relay team of Lockhart, Osiris Parra, Eldwin Peru, Laraib Iqbal was 30th. The 4x400 team of Lockhart, Parra, Peru and Graeme Clougherplaced 18th.  The next and final meet of the season is the National Championship in North Carolina where Ian Hall (Javelin) and Brian Neal (hammer) will compete! 

    ■ At last night's 50th annual Rogers Boosters Senior Sports Awards banquet the class of 2018 'top performers' were recognized. Taking home some of the most prestigious awards were Noah Erausquin and Meg Turner for the Duke Abbruzzi Award; Meg Turner and John Nunes for the P. Francis Carroll Award, Jane Leys along with Cam Edward with selected as the class' most outstanding athlete.

    ■ Attention all members of the girl's lacrosse, girls swim and boys outdoor track & field teams! You are being recognized at next Tuesday's 6:30 pm Newport School Committee meeting at Pell School for your championship seasons. Please arrive at Pell by 6:20 and you can expect it to be there for 45 minutes to 1 hour.

    END OF YEAR DATES

    ■ June 11: Senior Final Exams 7 & makeup; Senior Banquet Hibernian Hall 6:30 pm

     June 12: All Senior Grades are due at 8 am

     June 13: Senior Prom 7 pm

     June 14: Mandatory Rehearsal for Seniors @ Noon; Owe Slips are due

     June 15: Mandatory Rehearsal at 8:15 followed by the Graduate walk through Pell and TMS;

                    Class of 2018 Graduation at 6:00 pm.

     June 19: Underclassman Last Full Day of Class

     June 20: Underclassman Exams 1 & 2 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 21: Underclassman Exams 3 & 4 (Bus departs at 11:30)

     June 22: Underclassman Exams 5 & 6 (Bus departs at 11:30) 

    ■ June 25: Underclassman Exam 7 & makeup TMS 8th grade tour, luncheon & promotion ceremony

    ■ June 26: 180TH day of School with early dismissal

    ATTACHMENTS (click on titles below for flyer)

    ■  OPT Summer Camp Poster

    ■  RHS Schedule Community Discussion

    ■  North Side Community Market Flyer in English

    ■  North Side Community Market Flyer in Spanish

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  • Friday, June 8, 2018 Announcements

    SENIORS
    ■ Senior Banquet is on Monday, June 11th, at the Hibernian Hall on Wellington Ave. from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Cost is $5.00 per person to defray the cost of the entertainment. The parents of the seniors are responsible for providing the food.  If you would like to help out by donating a dish or drinks please email Mardie Corcoran (Jane Leys' mom) at hotcoco22@cox.net, or get in touch with her by text or call at (401) 862-6256 as she is coordinating the food. Food can be dropped off at the Hibernian Hall on Monday anytime after 5:30 pm or your child can bring it with them. Let's make this a great night for the seniors. 

    ■ Senior prom tickets will be on sale during all three lunches from senior class officers. Tickets are eighteen dollars for members of the Class of 2018 and forty dollars for all others.

    ■ 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.

    SPORTS
    ■ At 5 pm this evening softball faces their first playoff elimination game versus Prout at RI College. Admission is $5.00.  Let's get out and support our girls!

    ■ Rogers qualified 13 track & field athletes for this weekend's New England Championships at the University of New Hampshire. Good luck to all of those competing!

    ■ Attention all members of the girl's lacrosse, girls swim and boys outdoor track & field teams!  You are being recognized next Tuesday, June 12th @ 6:30 pm at the Newport School Committee meeting at Pell School for your championship seasons. Please arrive at Pell by 6:20 and you can expect to be there for 45 minutes to 1 hour. 

    ■ A reminder to all seniors that by today your gym locker and any outstanding team uniform or equipment should have been turned in. Your graduation tickets will be held until ALL is turned in or paid for!

    CAREER COORDINATOR UPDATE 
    Summer Horticulture Job Program (deadline June 14)
    Qualifications: 
    •    Successful completion of the Horticulture class
    •    Honest, hard-working and eager to learn 
    •    Complete a short in-person interview (usually during the school day)
    •    Available in July & August (schedule is based on student & placement)

    Who: For students who have taken the Horticulture class, are eager to learn and want to make money this summer! 

    What: Students work alongside a mentor at locations such as a private estate, horticulture company or non-profit community group. Recent placements have been with large Ocean Drive area estates, City of Newport, TJ Brown, Bourne Green, Paul Roderick and St. John church. Pay typically starts at $10.00/hour and goes up from there.

    How: To apply, complete the application (attached) and submit to Ms. Clarke’s INBOX outside NACTC room 916 by June 14th. Applications can also be scanned and emailed to Ms. Clarke @ kerryclarke@npsri.net. 

    Horticulture Job Application

    End of Year Schedule (attached)

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    Thursday, June 7, 2018 Announcements

    SENIORS
    ■ The Senior Banquet will be held at Hibernian Hall on Monday, June 11 from 6-9 PM.  Cost is 5 dollars per person to defray the cost of the entertainment.  Dinner is pot-luck. Everyone is encouraged to bring a dish if they are able.

    ■ Senior prom tickets will be on sale during all three lunches from senior class officers. Tickets are eighteen dollars for members of the Class of 2018 and forty dollars for all others.

    ■ Seniors who have a gym locker must clear it out by the end of exams
    today. The locker should be clean and the lock left on it and locked.

    ■ 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.

    SPORTS
    ■  Softball staked themselves out to a 4-0 lead over defending champions Barrington last night before one uncharacteristic inning did them in. The Eagles scored six times in that inning and never scored in another inning, but it was enough for the 6-4 win. Rogers now awaits the winner of today's Johnston, Prout match-up. Our girls are not done yet!

    RHS SCHEDULE COMMUNITY DISCUSSION
    ■ As we wrap up this school year and look to the future, the Newport School Committee and Rogers Administration would like to have a community discussion about the Rogers High School schedule.  On June 13, 2018, from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, you are invited to join us in the Rogers High School Auditorium to have this discussion.

    Attached - End of Year Schedule

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  • Wednesday, June 6, 2018 Announcements

    SENIORS

    ■ The Senior Banquet will be held at Hibernian Hall on Monday, June 11 from 6-9 PM. Cost is 5 dollars per person to defray the cost of the entertainment.  Dinner is pot-luck. Everyone is encouraged to bring a dish if they are able

    ■ Senior prom tickets will be on sale during all three lunches from senior class officers. Tickets are eighteen dollars for members of the Class of 2018 and forty dollars for all others.

    ■ Seniors who have a gym locker must clear it out by the end of exams on Thursday.  The locker should be clean and the lock left on it and locked.

    ■ 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.

    SPORTS

    ■ Head up to RI College in Providence tonight to watch our softball team battle Barrington for a spot in the D2 Championship series.  Admission is $5 and the first pitch is slated for 5:30 pm.  Can't make it?  Listen live over the air or online on WADK 1540am.  Also congratulations to the team, they have been named the RI Interscholastic League's Showcase Cinemas Team of the Week. Listen to for their radio spot on RI radio stations all week!

     Click here for: End of Year Calendar of Events

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  • Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Announcements

    SENIORS

    ■ Senior prom tickets will be on sale during all three lunches from senior class officers. Tickets are eighteen dollars for members of the Class of 2018 and forty dollars for all others.

    ■ Attention all senior student-athletes – Your senior sports awards banquet is this Sunday, at 5:00 pm in the cafeteria.  Yesterday was the requested RSVP deadline and as of this morning, less than 30 of the possible 73 have responded.  You and a parent/guardian are free of charge with any additional guest at $10 each.  An accurate head count is needed so please see or email Mr. Cawley TODAY if you will be going. 

    ■ Seniors who have a gym locker must clear it out by the end of exams on Thursday.  The locker should be clean and the lock left on it and locked.

    ■ 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.

    Rogers High School Schedule Community Discussion

    As we wrap up this school year and look to the future, the Newport School Committee and Rogers Administration would like to have a community discussion about the Rogers High School schedule.

    On June 13, 2018, from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, you are invited to join us in the Rogers High School Auditorium to have this discussion.

     

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  • Monday, June 4, 2018 Announcements

    ROBOTICS

    ■ Over the weekend, The Rogers Robotics Teams attended the SeaPerch National competition. Please congratulate them on WINNING the first ever Sportsmanship Award, a 2nd place in the Towers Challenge and a 3rd place on the Obstacle Course.    Team members: Brandon Poling, Jack Garforth, Pierson Garcia, Brooklyn Wakefield and Caroline Florence.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ There will be a brief National Honor Society information assembly for all current freshmen (Class of 2021) and sophomores (Class of 2020) today during period one.

    SENIORS

    ■Senior prom tickets will be on sale during all three lunches from senior class officers. Tickets are eighteen dollars for members of the Class of 2018 and forty dollars for all others.

    ■ 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. The last meeting will be directly after school today in Room 120.  If you cannot attend this meeting, with a legitimate conflict, please email Mrs. Rosa at jessicarosa@npsri.net.  

    JROTC

    ■ This past Saturday the Rogers JROTC Raiders team earned third place trophies in several events at the annual Raider Challenge competition in New Britain, Connecticut.  Congratulations Viking Battalion!"

    SPORTS

    ■ Yesterday at Brown University the girl's lacrosse team defeated Westerly to win the RI Division III State Title. It capped an undefeated season, 17 wins, and the program's first title! Jane Leys scored four times and added an assist. Fellow senior Faye Callahan netted two goals including the game-winner. Emma Daigneault also tallied two goals and Liza Nunes one. Olivia Nunes, Rose Kutsaftis, Emma Leach and Crystal Fuerte on defense kept a potent Westerly attack at bay. When the Bulldogs did break through Tess Nunes was there and recorded  10 spectacular saves. Many of which came early in the game and sparked the Vikings momentum in the first half. Congratulations ladies and thank you to all the supporters who showed up throughout the season to cheer them on!

    ■Saturday at Brown Stadium the RI State Track & Field Championships were held. Jianna Peno earned the Lady Vikings lone point on the day in the shot put. Kristina Copeland had a personal best but finished off the podium in the long jump. The boys amassed 25 points to finish 9th overall. Freshman Ian Hall had the best day for Rogers as he was crowned the RI champion in the javelin! Ian completed an undefeated season of his own, winning the javelin in every meet he entered. The boys fared well in the triple jump where Ty Medeiros and Ed Garafalo placed 2nd and 4th. Nyrell Lockhart turned in two 6th place performances; one in the 400 and the other in the 4x400 relay along with teammates Graeme Clougher, Osiris Parra and Eldwin Peru. That quartet broke their own school record they set just a week ago! 

    ■ Softball continued their winning ways upending top-seeded Prout Saturday afternoon 12-2 at RI College. The pitching of Shannon Ward, fielding of Kenzie Palmer and Izzy Booth and the bats of Phoebe MacDonald and Lilly Bestoso all factored into the win. With the win, the girls have advanced in the winner's bracket and will face the #2 seed Barrington Eagles this afternoon at 5 pm back at RI College. Tickets are $5 at the gate.

    ■The Division III baseball regular season co-champions ran out of home-field magic this post-season. The boys suffered a gut-wrenching come from behind loss to Classical on Friday evening. Only to turn around and have to face a talented pitcher from Hope High School the next night. The losses end the boys season and Vikings careers of Jay Moniz, Ian Iamele, Hunter Hansen, Tyler Strain, Alex Garcia and James Paiva.

    ■Tonight at 6pm the following members of the boys lacrosse team have been selected to play in the RI Boys Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Star game in  East Greenwich. Congratulations to John Nunes, Cam Edward, Mitch Ventura, Riley Cranson and Lance Spears!

    Rogers High School Schedule Community Discussion

    As we wrap up this school year and look to the future, the Newport School Committee and Rogers Administration would like to have a community discussion about the Rogers High School schedule.

    On June 13, 2018, from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, you are invited to join us in the Rogers High School Auditorium to have this discussion.

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  • Rogers High School Schedule Community Discussion

    Hello All,

    As we wrap up this school year and look to the future, the Newport School Committee and Rogers Administration would like to have a community discussion about the Rogers High School schedule.
     
    On June 13, 2018, from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, you are invited to join us in the Rogers High School Auditorium to have this discussion.
     
    Regards,
    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
    Principal 
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  • Friday, June 1, 2018 Announcements

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ There will be a brief National Honor Society information assembly for all current freshmen (Class of 2021) and sophomores (Class of 2020) on Monday, June 4th during period one.

    SENIORS

    ■ 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. The last meeting will be directly after school on Monday, June 4th, in Room 120.  If you cannot attend this meeting, with a legitimate conflict, please email Mrs. Rosa at jessicarosa@npsri.net.  

    SPORTS

    ■ Tonight at 6 pm at Cardines baseball plays their opening playoff game against Classical. Admission is free so come out and support the boys! The game will be broadcast live on WADK 1540am over the air and online.

    ■Tomorrow softball plays Prout 2 pm at RI College in a winner's bracket semi-finals game. Tickets are $5 for all and can only be purchased at the gate.  This game will also be broadcast live on WADK 1540am over the air and online.

    ■ Also in Providence, over at Brown University's stadium, the RI State Track meet will be contested. We have a large number of boys representing Rogers this year at the meet and they will be joined by the most girls to qualify since 2001! Congratulate and wish Brielle Mosher, Jianna Peno, Kristina Copeland, Katrielle Hayes, K’yana Howard and Abigail Mosher the best of luck on Saturday.  Tickets for the meet are $10 for all and can be purchased ahead of time online at https://gofan.co/app/school/RIIL or at the gate.

    ■The weekend may be capped off with the girls lacrosse team seeking the school's first state championship Sunday, 1 pm at Brown's Stevenson Field. Tickets will be $10 for adults and $8 for students. It is highly recommended that you purchase ahead of time online through the RIIL website at https://gofan.co/app/school/RIIL . 

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  • Thursday, May 31, 2018 Announcements

    HEALTH CARE CAREER FIELD TRIP

    ■ If you are attending today’s Health Care Career field trip, the bus will depart from the NACTC parking lot at 9:30 am.  Repeat- today’s Health Care Career field trip departs at 9:30 from the NACTC lot.

    VIKING PRESS NEWSPAPER

    ■ There will be a Viking Press newspaper meeting today and all are invited to attend.  Please contact Josephine with any questions. Thank you!

    BLOOD DRIVE

    ■ We had a great turnout at the blood drive in memory of McKenzie Leno yesterday!  Will the following people please stop by Mrs. Bagley’s office to pick up their raffle prizes; Jonathan Tejada, Elsa Eliasson, Justin DeCosta, Nyrell Lockhart, Reilly Pfirmann, Nick O’Niell, Martin Medina, and Mr. Cawley. For those who were not able to make it to the drive and donate in McKenzie’s name, you can do so at any point in time using the group code #4102 at any RI Blood Center. Brielle Mosher, Mikayla Ventura, and the Leno family would like to thank everyone who donated, had the intentions of doing so and helped with the organization of the blood drive.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society- Class of 2019 - This is a courtesy reminder that your community service verification forms (for your required ten (10) hours) are due to Mrs. Kimes in room 106 by 2:50 pm today.

    ■ There will be a brief National Honor Society information assembly for all current freshmen (Class of 2021) and sophomores (Class of 2020) on Monday, June 4th during period one.

    SENIORS

    ■ 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 today, 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

    ■  Girls lacrosse is headed to Brown to play for the State Championship! The girls brushed back a feisty Cranston West team 17-8 to earn the trip to the final. Jane Leys netted eight goals and a couple of assists, Lauren Martland had four goals and an assist, Faye Callahan recorded three goals and two assists, Bridget Murphy and Liza Nunes netted a goal each and Emma Daigneault had an assist as the Vikings took advantage of the Falcons’ meltdowns. The defense played superb in the second half allowing only one second-half goal. The title game will be contested this Sunday at Brown's Stevenson Field at 1 pm versus Westerly.

    ■Shannon Ward scattered five hits and struck out 10 as she blanked Scituate 4-0 yesterday in quarterfinal softball action. The girls move on in the winner's bracket and will play Prout Saturday2 pm at RI College. After a passed ball scored the Viking first run Lily Bestoso had a timely hit that scored 2 more for Rogers. Izzy Booth and Michaela Mathews combined to score the team's final run.

    ■ Boys lacrosse saw their season come to an end last night in Chariho. The team faced the top-seeded and undefeated Chargers and gave them all they could handle. The boys entered the 4th quarter tied at 5 apiece. Unfortunately, our guys did not score again and fell to the Chargers. Congratulations boys on another wildly successful season and thank you to our outgoing seniors!

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  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Announcements

    VIKING PRESS NEWSPAPER

    ■ There will be a Viking Press newspaper meeting tomorrow, May 31st. All is invited to attend. Please contact Josephine with any questions. Thank you!

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society- Class of 2019​- This is a courtesy reminder that your community service verification forms (for your required ten (10) hours) are due to Mrs. Kimes in room 106 by this Friday, June 1st, by 2:50pm.

    ■ There will be a brief National Honor Society information assembly for all current freshmen (Class of 2021) and sophomores (Class of 2020) this Friday, June 1st, during period one.

    SENIORS

    ■ 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 tomorrow, 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

    ■ The JV boys track and field team competed in the JV state championship at Hendricken High School yesterday. The team placed 6th overall. Ghaad Jones won the shot put, and Sam bond won the discus! Aiden Trembly-Robinson was 2nd in the discus and Ezra Montiero was 6th in the hammer. Peter Hebda was 6th in the 110 hurdles and the 4x400 team comprised of Angelo Cuevas, Damon Madison, Andres Guzman, and Will Farley was 5th!  This afternoon the girls JVs have their state championship at Mt. Pleasant High School. 

    ■This afternoon there are three Viking teams in playoff action. Softball enters the D2 post-season double elimination tournament this afternoon in Scituate. Both lacrosse programs have huge semifinal games with a berth in the state championship game at stake. The girls will be home to host Cranston West at 3:45 and the boys will travel to play Chariho at 7pm. Let's get out to the field this afternoon and root our girls on to victory and give the boys a rowdy Rogers sendoff!  

    ATTACHMENT:  End of Year Calendar

     

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  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Announcements 

    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 today, 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 today, 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 ajessicarosa@npsri.net.  

    BLOOD DRIVE

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

    SPORTS

    ■ Cheerleading try-outs for next Fall will be held today, 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 Track had yet another fantastic day of competition Saturday in Warwick. The team was the Small School Champion at the Hendricken Invitational and finished second overall. Ian Hall was the javelin winner and named the "Most Outstanding Field" athlete. On the oval Nyrell Lockhart, Eldwin Peru, Graeme Clougher and Osiris Parra set a new school record in the 4x400m relay. The quartet's time of 3:29.68 best the previous mark set 33 years ago in 1985! This afternoon members of JV team will head back to Bishop Hendricken for the JV State Championship.

    ■ Good luck to Ben Pratt who is Rogers lone representative at today's RI State golf championship. Ben is out on the course already this morning and will try and shoot low enough today to make it to tomorrow's final round. You can track his progress at https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/4279469316547570361

    ■ This afternoon immediately after school there is a mandatory meeting for all members of the girls outdoor track and field in room 813.  

    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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  • 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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  • Monday, May 21, 2018 Announcements

    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 2018 National Honor Society:  Reminder- your verification forms for required individual community service hours are due no later than 3 pm today, Monday, May 21, 2018.  Please bring forms to room 106.  

    ■ Class of 2019 National Honor Society:  Our next meeting is this 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.

    JUNIORS

    ■ For juniors still in the running for the Prepare-RI Internship Program, please report to room 924 in the NACTC Building, today at 12:55 for the group interview. That’s 12:55 today for Prepare-RI Internship Interviews, room 924 in the NACTC Building.

    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held this Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st. 

    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.

    ■ Girls lacrosse on Senior day turned back North Providence 12-7. Seniors Faye Callahan, Bridget Murphy and Jane Leys paced the offense while fellow seniors Riley Murphy and Olivia Nunes played stout defense. The win guaranteed at least a share of the program's first ever regular season division title!

    ■Baseball Friday night clawed themselves out of an early 5-run deficit against North Smithfield.  The team bounced back for 8 runs behind a complete game pitching effort from Ryan Crowley and held on for an 8-7 win! James Paiva and Logan Ratcliff had clutch hits to aid the Viking comeback. Tonight is Senior night at Cardines when the team takes on Central Falls at 6 pm. Please join us before the game to celebrate our 6 senior ball players.

    ■ Today the boys and girls track teams will head out to Narragansett for the Class C State Championships. All track & field student-athletes will be dismissed at the conclusion of the 6th period for a 2 pm bus.

    ■ Softball will also have an early dismissal for their game this afternoon in West Warwick. All girls need to pick-up their dismissal slip by their lunchtime from the dean's office.

    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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  • NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Class of 2018 National Honor Society:  Reminder- your verification forms for required individual community service hours is due no later than 3 pm on Monday, May 21, 2018.  Please bring forms to room 106.  

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

    SENIORS

    ■ 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

    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st. 

    SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE

    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments are having their Spring Concert and Showcase next 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

    ■ Softball exploded for 15 runs running past Burrillville 15-3.  Izzy Booth capped the scoring launching a 2-run homerun in the 4th inning. This afternoon the JVs will travel to play LaSalle.

    ■ Golf finished their season with a loss to Barrington at the RI Country Club. Ben Pratt posted Rogers low score shooting a 45.

    ■ Tonight the baseball team hosts North Smithfield in a battle for the #1 seed in the playoffs! First pitch is at 6 pm, let's get some fans in the stands for this prime time match-up.

    ■ Tomorrow at 2 pm the girls lacrosse team will look to complete their regular season undefeated and capture the school's first-ever division title! Prior to the game, we will also honor the team's five seniors: Riley, Bridget, Jane, Faye, and Olivia.

    ■ Saturday the boys and girls track & field teams will be competing in their Class Championships at Narraganset High School.  Good luck to both squads!

    ■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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  • SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE
    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments Spring Concert has been
    canceled for tonight and rescheduled for next Thursday, May 24th, at 6:30.


    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL
    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15 pm. Come get your homework and makeup work done. The last day of NCS for the 2017-2018 school year will be next Thursday, May 24th

    SENIORS
    ■ Seniors: please come to the NCS office and pick your rubrics up or schedule your presentation if you haven’t done so yet.

    ■ 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
    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st.

    SPORTS
    ■ On senior day for boys lacrosse eight players got into the scoring column in an 11-2 win over Cranston East. Cam Edward, John Nunes, Austin Alves, Wil Martins, Nate Buchanan, Michael Ashby and Antonio Madrera all tallied goals. Max Giron, Lance Spears, Mitchell Ventura and Eamon Phelps played stellar defense in support of Nick Klassner in goal. Today the boys wrap up the regular season with another home match versus Toll Gate.

    ■Boys lacrosse wrapped up their season with a 10-1 victory over Toll Gate. After allowing the first goal Rogers shut down the Titans and finished second overall in their division. The boys will play next week likely in a home playoff game.

    ■Ben Pratt earned medalist honors shooting a 40 in yesterday's golf match at Newport Country Club. However, the team lost to Tiverton and Bay view.

    ■Tonight the softball team will host Burrillville with the first pitch slated for
    6 pm.

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  • Summer Boatbuilding Earn & Learn Program

    The Newport Area Career and Tech Center (NACTC) in partnership with Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) is offering the popular "Earn While You Learn" boatbuilding 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.  

    Dates: July 9th-- to August 2nd, Monday-Thursday8:30-2:00 (students must be available all 4 weeks)

    Location: Newport Area Career & Tech Center, 109 Old Fort Road, Newport, RI

    Stipend: Students who successfully participate earn $100/week

    Application deadline: Friday, June 1

    To apply, students must:

    -be 14-16 years old (as of July 1, 2018)

    -be from Newport or a surrounding area

    -be available all 4 weeks

    -be available for an interview

    -have daily transportation

    CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY

     

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  • Rogers High School
    Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Announcements

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL
    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Come get your homework and makeup work done. The last day of NCS for the 2017-2018 school year is next Thursday!

    ADVISORY
    ■ Due to AP Testing, there will be no Advisory today.

    SENIORS
    ■ Seniors, if you would like to announce your plans for next year at Senior Launch day whether they are plans for employment, military or 2/4 year colleges see Miss DeCollibus ASAP. Signs ups close today!

    ■ Seniors - stop by the NCS office to pick up your presentation rubrics. 

    ■ 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
    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st. 

    SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE
    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments are having their Spring Concert and Showcase tomorrow, May 17th, 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
    ■ On senior day for boys lacrosse eight players got into the scoring column in an 11-2 win over Cranston East. Cam Edward, John Nunes, Austin Alves, Wil Martins, Nate Buchanan, Michael Ashby and Antonio Madrera all tallied goals. Max Giron, Lance Spears, Mitchell Ventura and Eamon Phelps played stellar defense in support of Nick Klassner in goal. Today the boys wrap up the regular season with another home match versus Toll Gate.

    ■ Golf is home this afternoon in a dual match with Bay View. Baseball faces Mt. Pleasant in Providence and JV softball heads to play Chariho.

    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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  • Rogers High School

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Announcements

    SPRING CONCERT AND SHOWCASE

    ■ The Rogers Art and Music Departments are having their Spring Concert and Showcase this Thursday, May 17th, 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!

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS, if you would like to announce your plans for next year at Senior Launch day whether they are plans for employment, military or 2/4 year colleges see Miss DeCollibus ASAP. Signs ups close today!

    JUNIORS

    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st.

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Dylan Stahl is our candy jar winner. Congratulations Dylan!! From Best Buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills 

    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 walked away from the match of two undefeated teams as the victor, defeating Westerly 14-9! Jane Leys and Faye Callahan lead all scorers. Olivia Nunes, Emma Leach, and Crystal Fuerte played solid defense. The JVs lost to the Bulldogs as Grace Burgess scored the lone Rogers goal. This afternoon the girls are out on the road to take on Mt. St. Charles in varsity and JV action.


    ■ Softball was one hit and blanked 10-0 by Barrington yesterday afternoon. The Lady Vikings are now 9-5 in league play.

    ■ Boys Track at the St. Germain Invitational saw Ian hall win the javelin and Edward Garafalo the triple jump. There was a host of third place finishers for the Vikings; Brian Neal in hammer, Graeme Clougher in 800, Khalil Woodlynn in the pole vault and Ty Medeiros in the triple jump. Ty also placed 6th in long jump. Colton Kenney was 4th in shot and 5th in Discus. 

    ■ Boys lacrosse will host Cranston East 4 pm in their senior day game. Come cheer on the boys as they acknowledge the 11 seniors and their loved ones before the game.

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  • OLIVER HAZARD PERRY

     There will be an information meeting for the Oliver Hazard Perry trip tomorrow, Tuesday, May 15th, at 6:00 pm in room 924 NACTC building.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■Newport Community School will run in the library today. Academic recovery will continue this week, students should come to the library following dismissal.  Students participating in yoga with Ms. D, art or manicure Mondays please check into the library first. 

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS, if you would like to announce your plans for next year at Senior Launch day whether they are plans for employment, military or 2/4 year colleges see Miss DeCollibus ASAP. Signs ups close today!

    ■Seniors: you can pick up your rubrics today in the NCS office.  Congratulations to those who presented last week! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st. 

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Best Buddies will be holding a candy jar raffle during all lunches through today. It's a dollar per guest and the winner will receive the jar of candy! If you have any questions please see best buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills for more information.  Thank you!!

    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.

    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.


    ■Saturday the JV softball team pulled away in the later innings to earn the win over Cranston West. This afternoon the varsity team heads to Barrington for a showdown with the Eagles.

    ■ Saturday afternoon girls lacrosse mustered up another win in rainy conditions against Tiverton. This afternoon starting at 4:30 the girls look to complete an earlier suspended game with also unbeaten Westerly. Currently, our girls hold a narrow lead with less than 2 minutes to play in the first half. Come out and support the girls!

    ■Members of the boys outdoor track and field team will be competing this afternoon in the St. Germain Invitational. All those attending please be certain to pick up your dismissal slip by your lunch time in the Dean's office.

    ■ There will be no golf practice today.

     

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  • NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society (Class of 2018)- FRIENDLY REMINDER:  there is a quick but important meeting after school today at 2:50 pm in room 106.

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS, if you would like to announce your plans for next year at Senior Launch day whether they are plans for employment, military or 2/4 year colleges see Miss DeCollibus ASAP. Signs ups close Monday, May 14th

    ■ Seniors - if you are presenting today please come to the library immediately following dismissal.  Reminder - senior project is a graduation requirement, see Ms. Dugan to schedule your presentation.  

    JUNIORS

    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st. 

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library - come get your homework or makeup work done!

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Best Buddies will be holding a candy jar raffle during all lunches until May 14th.  It's a dollar per guest and the winner will receive the jar of candy!  If you have any questions please see best buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills for more information.  Thank you!!

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its spring musical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This family-friendly musical has been adapted for the stage from the beloved Disney film. It features everyone’s favorite songs from the animated movie and a few new ones as well. The show will feature the students and faculty of Rogers High School, so come out and support your fellow students, your teachers and the performing Arts of Rogers High School!

    The Little Mermaid will be performed this Friday, May 11th at 7 pm and Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm and 7 pm in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  Tickets will be available at the door, $10 general admission & $5 for students.

    SPORTS

    ■ Boys Outdoor Track & Field went undefeated in the regular season and capped it off yesterday with the program's first Eastern Division title since 2004! The boys were able to compile 5 individual event victories and then used their team depth to overpower 12 other teams including runner-up LaSalle.

    ■ Golf dropped matches to Middletown and Portsmouth yesterday at Newport Country Club. Ben Pratt, Niall Walsh and Nick Klassner all posted rounds in the 40s for the Vikings.

    ■ Boys lacrosse enjoyed an easy victory over Tiverton, downing the Tigers 14-2.

    ■ Today baseball travels to Lincoln to play Davies. While at home the softball team hosts St. Ray's and girls lacrosse welcomes in Johnston. Both are 4 pm starts.

    ■Girls Track and Field will have a meeting before practice in room 813. All team members are expected to attend. Please come to room 813 before changing for practice. 

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  • JUNIORS

    ■ Junior Prom tickets are now on sale. The prom with be held Friday, May 25th at Easton's Beach Rotunda. Ticket prices are $40 for Rogers juniors and $50 for any guests.  Please find the junior class officers at lunches to purchase your ticket today. The last day to purchase tickets is Monday, May 21st. 

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Best Buddies will be holding a candy jar raffle during all lunches until May 14th.  It's a dollar per guest and the winner will receive the jar of candy!  If you have any questions please see best buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills for more information.  Thank you!!

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its spring musical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This family-friendly musical has been adapted for the stage from the beloved Disney film. It features everyone’s favorite songs from the animated movie and a few new ones as well. The show will feature the students and faculty of Rogers High School, so come out and support your fellow students, your teachers and the performing Arts of Rogers High School!

    The Little Mermaid will be performed this Friday, May 11th at 7 pm and Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm and 7 pm in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  Tickets will be available at the door, $10 general admission & $5 for students.

    SPORTS

    ■ All students interested in playing football next year.  There will be sign-ups during all three lunches.  
    If you have any questions please find Mr. Newsome.     

    ■ Yesterday both the girls and boys lacrosse teams earned the narrowest of victories. The girls outlasted Cranston West 10-9 while the boys edged Pilgrim 5-4.  7 pm this evening the boys will host Tiverton at Toppa Field. 

    ■ On the diamond, the baseball team improved to 11-2 win a 5-2 win over Shea. Softball continued to slide losing another close game this time 5-4 to South Kingstown.

    ■ Golf dropped two matches yesterday afternoon losing to East Providence and Mt. Hope. Niall Walsh posted Rogers low score. Today golf will host Middletown and Portsmouth at the Newport Country Club.

    ■ Boys Track will compete in the Eastern Division Championships this afternoon out at Portsmouth High School.

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  • Summer Boatbuilding Earn & Learn Program

    The Newport Area Career and Tech Center (NACTC) in partnership with Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) is offering the popular "Earn While You Learn" boatbuilding 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.  

    Dates: July 9th-- to August 2nd, Monday-Thursday8:30-2:00 (students must be available all 4 weeks)

    Location: Newport Area Career & Tech Center, 109 Old Fort Road, Newport, RI

    Stipend: Students who successfully participate earn $100/week

    Application deadline: Friday, June 1

    To apply, students must:

    -be 14-16 years old (as of July 1, 2018)

    -be from Newport or a surrounding area

    -be available all 4 weeks

    -be available for an interview

    -have daily transportation

    CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY

     

     

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  • BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Best Buddies will be holding a candy jar raffle during all lunches starting today, May 8th until Tuesday, May 14th.  It's a dollar per guest and the winner will receive the jar of candy!  If you have any questions please see best buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills for more information.  Thank you!!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Academic recovery will run for the next two weeks, come get tour make up work done! Seniors: presentations will be held this Thursday after school, sign-ups are on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions. 

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its spring musical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This family-friendly musical has been adapted for the stage from the beloved Disney film. It features everyone’s favorite songs from the animated movie and a few new ones as well. The show will feature the students and faculty of Rogers High School, so come out and support your fellow students, your teachers and the performing Arts of Rogers High School!

    The Little Mermaid will be performed on Friday, May 11th at 7 pm and on Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm and 7 pm in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  Tickets will be available at the door, $10 general admission & $5 for students.

    SPORTS

    ■ The girls track & field team placed 6th overall in the Eastern Division Championship yesterday. Notable individual performances came from the field events and the 4x1 team. Jianna Peno finished 2nd in shot put, Katrielle Hayes followed closely in 3rd. Brielle Mosher came in 4th in the javelin. The 4x1 relay team of Ashante Gayle, Shaynese Butler, Zahria Evans, and Monique Allen finished 5th overall. Kristina Copeland performed well taking 6th place in the long jump and triple jump.  

    ■Today boys lacrosse is at Pilgrim, softball visits South Kingstown, golf is in East Providence, baseball hosts Shea and girls lacrosse is home versus Cranston West.  

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  • At the next Newport School Committee meeting on May 8th, the School Committee will consider state time changes for all schools with the recommendation begin: 

    Rogers High School  Bell @ 7:25 / Start 7:30 am - 2:00 pm 
     
    Thompson Middle School   8:00 am - 2:30 pm
     
    Pell Elementary School  8:30 - 3:00 pm
     
    Pell Annex (JFK)   8:45 - 3:15 pm
     
     
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  • NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Academic recovery will run for the next two weeks, students should come to the library following dismissal.  Students participating in yoga with Ms. D, art or manicure Mondays please check into the library first. Transition to College students - accuplacer prep course today at CCRI at 3:30 pm. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: you can pick up your rubrics today in the NCS office any time after 9 am. Congratulations to those who presented last week! 

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Best Buddies will be holding a candy jar raffle during all lunches starting tomorrow, May 8th until Tuesday, May 14th.  It's a dollar per guest and the winner will receive the jar of candy!  If you have any questions please see best buddies Ambassador Jamel Wills for more information.  Thank you!!

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its spring musical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This family-friendly musical has been adapted for the stage from the beloved Disney film. It features everyone’s favorite songs from the animated movie and a few new ones as well. The show will feature the students and faculty of Rogers High School, so come out and support your fellow students, your teachers and the performing Arts of Rogers High School!

    The Little Mermaid will be performed on Friday, May 11th at 7 pm and on Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm and 7 pm in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  Tickets will be available at the door, $10 general admission & $5 for students.

    SPORTS

    ■ Softball Friday suffered back to back losses over the weekend. Friday they were defeated by Moses Brown in non-league action. Saturday the team lost a close 4-3 affair to Westerly. The JVs earned the lone win of the weekend beating LaSalle by a 4-3 margin in 9 innings!

    ■ Baseball on Friday was beaten by Classical 10-6 and turned around on Saturday to deliver Middletown a 9-6 loss in a non-league matchup.

    ■ On Saturday the girls' lacrosse team remained undefeated posting a 15-8 win over Scituate. The boys on Friday also won defeating Exeter/West Greenwich.

    ■Saturday in Westerly the boys' track team placed second overall at the Moretti Invitational. Khalil Woodlyn was first in the pole vault, Ed Garafalo the winner in the triple jump and with a new school record throw Ian Hall took the honors in the javelin throw.

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  • A MESSAGE FROM OUR COLLEGE ADVISOR:
     
    Hello Parents of college going seniors, if you are looking for information on student loans/financing options for your student's post-secondary education, please see the attached Borrower's Guide for helpful tips and explanations. 
     
    As always, please feel free to make an appointment with me, Miss DeCollibus (the college advisor) or send me an e-mail if I can answer any questions! I'm happy to go over financial award letters with you and your student as well. 
     
     
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  • THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its spring musical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This family-friendly musical has been adapted for the stage from the beloved Disney film. It features everyone’s favorite songs from the animated movie and a few new ones as well. The show will feature the students and faculty of Rogers High School, so come out and support your fellow students, your teachers and the performing Arts of Rogers High School!

    The Little Mermaid will be performed on Friday, May 11th at 7 pm and on Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm and 7 pm in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  Tickets will be available at the door, $10 general admission & $5 for students.

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    The Robotics team will be having a Spaghetti Dinner at Sardellas Restaurant on Memorial Boulevard this Sunday, May 6th from 4 till 7 pm. Tickets available from team members, Mr. Dickison, and at the door. Please come and support the team for their trip to the National Competition this June. 

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is having a fundraiser at Chipotle this Saturday, May 5th, from 4-8 pm. If you mention this announcement, bring the flyer or show it on your phone, 50% of the proceeds will go to support the class. Please head to Chipotle and get your Cinco de Mayo burrito to support the Class of 2019. 

    YEARBOOK

    ■ LAST DAY TO ORDER YEARBOOK!  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook for $60.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    SPORTS

    ■ Unified basketball had their season come to an end yesterday in the divisional semifinals with a 47-43 loss to East Providence. Shaun Perez's sharp shooting and Davon Antone's clutch baskets produced a second-half run that erased a 10 point halftime deficit and gave the Vikings the lead in the final minutes. Jamel Wills started the second run with the opening basket! However, a couple of long-range East Providence shots gave the Townies the lead back for good. Katherine Warner also scored timely baskets to aid the team. Lillian Ratcliff, Jakob MacCallister and Forrest Ficke all played a solid game to help the Vikings. A huge 'thank you' to our other teammates who helped guide us through this season.

    ■ Girls lacrosse remains undefeated after posting an 18-8 road victory over North Smithfield. Jane Leys scored seven times while Emma Daignault and Liza Nunes netted four goals apiece. Faye Callahan and Bridget Murphy also contributed in the scoring. Tess Nunes made twenty-two stops in goal and received good defensive play in front of her from Olivia Nunes, Crystal Fuerte and Emma Leach. Tomorrow, at home, the girls will square off with Scituate at 2 pm. The JVs will follow at 3:30 pm.

    ■ Today baseball is at Classical for a monster divisional match-up and tomorrow evening will host Middletown in a non-league game at 6 pm.

    ■ Boys lax will welcome in Exeter/West Greenwich for a 4 pm game here at Rogers.

    ■ Sailing will be competing in another 'Friday Night Lights' series over at Fort Adams this afternoon.

    ■ Softball will be at Moses Brown for a non-league affair with first pitch slated for 4:30 pm. Tomorrow the girls will be back in the division with an 11 am home game versus Westerly. The JVs will play at 1:30 versus LaSalle Academy.

    ■Tomorrow the track and field teams will compete in Westerly at the Moretti Invitational.

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  • THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its spring musical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This family-friendly musical has been adapted for the stage from the beloved Disney film. It features everyone’s favorite songs from the animated movie and a few new ones as well. The show will feature the students and faculty of Rogers High School, so come out and support your fellow students, your teachers and the performing Arts of Rogers High School!

    The Little Mermaid will be performed on Friday, May 11th at 7 pm and on Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm and 7 pm in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  Tickets will be available at the door, $10 general admission & $5 for students.

    ROBOTICS TEAM

    The Robotics team will be having a Spaghetti Dinner at Sardellas Restaurant on Memorial Boulevard this Sunday, May 6th from 4 till 7 pm. Tickets available from team members, Mr. Dickison, and at the door. Please come and support the team for their trip to the National Competition this June. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Senior project presentations will be held after school today. Seniors who are presenting at 3 pm please be at your presentation room following dismissal to set up. Students presenting at 325 and 345 please be outside your room 5-10 minutes early. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan. There will be a bus home at 415. The library will be open for seniors this afternoon. 

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is having a fundraiser at Chipotle this Saturday, May 5th, from 4-8 pm. If you mention this announcement, bring the flyer or show it on your phone, 50% of the proceeds will go to support the class. Please head to Chipotle and get your Cinco de Mayo burrito to support the Class of 2019. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Bristol Community College will be visiting today to share information with interested students. BCC is both an affordable and supportive opportunity. Please see Miss D if you are interested! 

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is this Friday, May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    SPORTS

    ■ Baseball made quick work of Times Squared Academy winning in 5 innings to raise their record to 10-1!

    ■Softball on Tuesday took down Portsmouth 7-2. Shannon Ward was the winning pitcher and also jacked a 2-run home run. Jaime Ward, MacKenzie Palmer, Ani Murphy also had a good day at the plate. Yesterday, however, the team ran into a buzz-saw and was shutout, 10-0, by Prout.

    ■Golf received another low round from Ben Pratt but it was not enough as the Vikings were defeated by Portsmouth and Tiverton.

    ■Today be certain to wish our Unified basketball players 'good luck' as they will head to East Providence to take on the Townies in a semi-final playoff game!

    ■Girls lacrosse is in action and will play at North Smithfield this evening at 5 pm.

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  • Graduation Location

    To:  Families and Students of the Class of 2018

    I would like to begin by thanking the staff of Fort Adams for offering to host the Rogers High School Class of 2018 Graduation at such a beautiful venue. The offer was both gracious and generous.  I am hoping that as we continue into the future, we can collaborate on other such events and build a partnership between Fort Adams and Rogers High School.

    With that being said, we will be holding this year’s Graduation in the Rogers High School Auditorium, a venue rich with tradition and beloved by the community.  This year’s Graduation will be held on June 15th, at 6:00 pm.  Doors will open at 5:15 pm for primary seating and 5:30 for secondary seating.    Please be on the lookout for further details as we get closer to this event.

    Regards,

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.

    Principal

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  • Owen Martin, Senior at RHS, Named a Semifinalist in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

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    Rogers High School senior Owen Martin has been named a semifinalist in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. He is one of 630 semifinalists in the country, selected from nearly 3.6 million high school seniors.

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  • AP Test and Schedule

    Hello Viking Community,

     
    Monday, May 7th we will begin our AP Testing and these tests will continue through Friday, May 18th. Please be aware that students will not be allowed to leave school after their testing without a signed note from a parent/guardian. Students who come in late for testing will need a note from their parent/guardian, as well. We need to ensure we can identify where each student is, so this note is vital if students will be given consent to leave after their morning AP Test.
     
    Students should bring in their own College Board approved calculator for any test in which calculators are needed, as well as, snacks which can be eaten during the testing breaks. Finally, students should get a good nights sleep prior to their tests, as well as, a good healthy breakfast the day of testing. These are important assessments which can have an impact on a students college experience, as well as, provide important information about our school.
     
    Good luck and try hard! If you have any questions or concerns you can call or email Janet McCarthy. 
     
    Regards,
     
    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
    Principal - Rogers High School
     
     
     
     
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  • CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is having a fundraiser at Chipotle this Saturday, May 5th, from 4-8 pm. If you mention this announcement, bring the flier or show it on your phone, 50% of the proceeds will go to support the class. Please head to Chipotle and get your Cinco de Mayo burrito to support the Class of 2019. 

    BOOSTERS

    ■ The Rogers Athletic Boosters will be holding their May meeting today, Wednesday at 6 pm. Please enter the gym entrance doors. Agenda items include the Senior Sports Awards banquet and scholarships.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport community school will run in the library today. Come get your homework done! There will be dance after school today. 

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors: tomorrow is presentation day! If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan. If you haven’t signed up for a time yet, please do so today! 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ This Thursday, May 3rd Bristol Community College will be visiting to share information with interested students. BCC is both an affordable and supportive opportunity. Please see Miss D if you are interested! 

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is this Friday, May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    SPORTS

    ■ Unified basketball backed by strong scoring performances from Shaun Perez and Jakob McCallister cruised past South Kingstown into the D3 Semifinals! The team will play at East Providence tomorrow afternoon. Davon Antone, Jordan Botehlo, Katherine Warner and Lillian Ratcliff all helped lead a balanced Viking attack.

    ■Boys lacrosse defeated Toll Gate 12-5. Scoring for Rogers were Cam and Liam Edward, Mitch Ventura, John Nunes, Eamon Phelps, Michael Ashby, Austin Alves and Riley Cranson.  Nick Klassner had 6 saves in net. The team improved their record to 6-1.

    ■ Girls lacrosse kept winning defeating Burrillville 12-5. The JVs played a competitive game but were downed by the Broncos 5-2.

    ■ In Middletown yesterday the Viking track and field teams absolutely dominated! Both the boys and girls teams swept their opponents. The boys remained undefeated and captured the regular season title. Eldwin Peru, Nyrell Lockhart, Osiris Parra, Laraib Iqbal, Graeme Cougher, Angelo Cuevas, Colton Kenney, Ian Hall, Sam Bond, Khalil Woodlyn, Edward Garafalo, Ty Mederios and Pete Hebda all had first-place finishes! For the girl's winners were Jianna Peno, Katrielle Hayes, Brielle Mosher, Kristina Copeland, K’yana Howard, Monique Allen, Zahria Evans, Hannah D’Amore, Leslie Ortiz, Emma Serth, and Jaden Petrie.

    ■The sailing team fell to East Greenwich 3 - 0.  Races were close and Tyler Miller and Colin McCabe sailed well for Rogers. Next race is the final Friday Night Lights event this week. 

    ■ Today golf plays Tiverton and Portsmouth at Mountaup Country Club. Baseball hosts Times Squared Academy at Cardines and softball welcomes in Prout to Toppa Field. Softball can also be heard live on WADK 1540 AM over the air or online.

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  • BOOSTERS

    ■ The Rogers Athletic Boosters will be holding their May meeting tomorrow, Wednesday at 6 pm. Please enter the gym entrance doors. Agenda items include the Senior Sports Awards banquet and scholarships.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will be held in the library today after school. Come get your homework and makeup work done. 

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS: there are still presentation slots available for this Thursday! All seniors are expected to present. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ This Thursday, May 3rd Bristol Community College will be visiting to share information with interested students. BCC is both an affordable and supportive opportunity. Please see Miss D if you are interested! 

    HISTORY DAY CHAMPS

    ■ Congratulations to RHS students who earned awards at the state championships...

    Ezra Monteiro - 3rd place individual exhibit, Josephine Carwile-Ridnour and Jordan Miner - 3rd place group exhibit, AnnaKate Murphy - 2nd place individual documentary, Eliza Taylor & Tyler Miller 1st place group documentary, and Ryan Collum - 1st place individual performance. On to the Nationals!!! 

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    SPORTS

    ■ Baseball eclipsed last years' win total upping their record to 9-1 after defeating Paul Cuffee School 6-1 yesterday in Providence. Hunter Hansen, Wyn Connelly and Ryan Crowley all pitched well for Rogers. Michael Weaver and Liam Marvelle had timely hits driving in runs.

    ■ The golf team yesterday swept their two matches at Seekonk Country Club defeating Middletown and Mt. Hope. The top four Vikings were Ben Pratt, Niall Walsh, Matt Spring and Nick Klassner.

    ■  This afternoon sailing heads over the bridges to take on East Greenwich.

    ■ Today the Vikings hit the road with seven of our teams traveling. You can catch softball at Portsmouth or listen to them live on WADK 1540 AM or online at wadk.com. In Middletown our boys and girls track & field teams will be competing, boys lacrosse visits Toll Gate High School while the girls lacrosse team heads to Burrillville.

    ■ Best of luck to our Unified Basketball team this afternoon in South Kingstown. Today they begin their playoffs with a 3:30 tilt against the Rebels.

    ■ This Rick Hole Fitness Center will be closed after school today. No supervision is available.

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  • YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors - presentations for senior project are this Thursday. There are still sign up spaces available! Please sign up today! Any questions please see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ This Thursday, May 3rd Bristol Community College will be visiting to share information with interested students. BCC is both an affordable and supportive opportunity. Please see Miss D if you are interested! 

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■  Newport Community School will run in the library today.  Come get your homework done! Students participating in art, manicure Mondays and yoga with Miss D please check into the library first. There is no transition to college today. 

    BOOSTERS

    ■ The Rogers Athletic Boosters will be holding their May meeting this Wednesday at 6 pm. Please enter the gym entrance doors. Agenda items include the Senior Sports Awards banquet and scholarships.

    SPORTS

    ■ Softball posted another shutout win Saturday, 10-0 over Ponaganset. Shannon Ward earned the win and was helped at the plate by Phoebe MacDonald, Ayla Newsome, Kenzie Palmer, Michaela Mathews and Danielle Savage.

    ■ At the track and field Classical Classic there were no team scores but the Vikings had many of the top performers. Ian Hall won the javelin and Edward Garafalo won the triple jump. Ty Mederios placed 3rd in the triple jump and Khalil Woodlyn was 4th in the pole vault. Colton Kenney finished 6th in both the discus and the shot put, and Nyrell Lockhart was 4th in the 400. Both the 4x100 relay (Lockhart, Laraib Iqbal, Osiris Parra & Eldwin Peru) and 4x400 relay (Graeme Clougher, Lockhart, Peru, Parra) teams finished 3rd on the day. Brian Neal had another big day qualifying for nationals in the Hammer throw! 

    ■ Girls Outdoor Track & Field will be meeting after school before practice in room 813. All girls need to come to the meeting first and change for practice afterward.

    ■ This afternoon the golf team travels to Seekonk Country Club to shoot with Mt. Hope and Middletown. Baseball heads to Providence to challenge the Paul Cuffee School.

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  • GLOW DANCE

    ■ The Glow Dance is tomorrow, Saturday, April 28th. It will run from 7-10 in the Gym. Come and enjoy the last informal dance of the year. Tickets will be $ 10.00 and are on sale during lunch or see any senior class officer.

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    SENIORS

    ■ Reminder: senior project presentation sign-ups are located on the NCS bulletin board. Presentations will be next Thursday, May 3rd. Sign up today!  See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions. Please submit all documents ASAP! 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Next Thursday, May 3rd Bristol Community College will be visiting to share information with interested students. BCC is both an affordable and supportive opportunity. Please see Miss D if you are interested! 

    SUMMER CAMP

    ■ With summer camp approaching, Camp Grosvenor is happy to announce that registration is now open!   Camp Grosvenor is open from June 25th to August 17th, located 15 minutes from Newport on 95 pristine acres along the Narrow River.  With Adventure courses (High/Low Ropes, ’45 foot Helix Rock Climbing Tower), Obstacle course, recreation field and outdoor facilities for swimming, boating and camp activities.  Facilities and programs also available for rental and ideal for birthday parties, staff meetings and retreats, community groups, field trips and more.  Call 401-847-6927 or visit the web at: www.bgcnewport.org/camp-grosvenor  for more information.

    SPORTS

    ■ Yesterday the track and field teams competed against Portsmouth, East Providence and Tiverton. The girls beat Tiverton while the boys remained undefeated! Graeme Clougher was a big winner taking the 400 and 800 meter runs. Ian Hall won the shot put and javelin. Brian Neal won the hammer, and Colton Kenney won the discus. Khalil Woodlyn won the pole vault and Edward Garafalo won the triple jump. Eldwin Peru was first in the 100 meter dash. For the girls Jianna Peno earned Rogers' lone victory in the shot put. Tomorrow members of both teams will compete in the Classical Classic.

    ■Softball defeated North Smithfield 8-0. MacKenzie Palmer, Shea Milburn, and Shannon Ward each doubled to start the game and helped Rogers jump out to a three-run lead in the first inning. Lilly Bestoso had an RBI single in the first and Rogers scored five more in the fifth inning. Ward doubled, setting the table for Izzy Booth, who hit a two-run home run to center field. Tomorrow at noon the girls will host Ponaganset at Toppa Field.

    ■Baseball is 8-1 halfway through the season after defeating Central Falls 15-3.  Freshman pitcher Brenden O'Neil came on in relief of Hunter Hansen and did not allow a hit while striking out two in over 3 innings of work. Jack Gomes had two hits, walked twice and drove in three runs for the Vikings. Alex Garcia doubled, walked and drove in three, Matt Fraticelli doubled and scored and James Paiva had a base hit.

    ■Ben Pratt shot a low round of 47 yesterday at the Newport Country Club but the team fell to 0-3 with losses to Barrington and East Providence.

    ■ This afternoon at Fort Adams the boys lacrosse team is set to play Tiverton with the first draw at 4 pm.

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  • GLOW DANCE

    ■ The Glow Dance is this Saturday, April 28th. It will run from 7-10 in the Gym. Come and enjoy the last informal dance of the year. Tickets will be $ 10.00 and are on sale during lunch or see any senior class officer.

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport community school will run in the library today. Students participating in dance after school - please check into the library first. 

    DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASS

    ■ Newport County Driving School is offering driver’s education classes and the next one starts May 31st.  Stop by the main office for a registration packet.

    SENIORS

    ■ Senior project presentation sign-ups have begun! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions. 

    ■ Interested in attending CCRI next fall? Come today, Thursday, April 26th at 9:45 am and meet the admissions officer Deborah Watson from CCRI’s Newport Campus!

    Learn about:

    - The Rhode Island Promise

    - Next steps in the application process

    - Or fill out your applications with the help of your college advisor and Ms. Watson.

    See Miss D for details! 

    SPORTS

    ■ Unified basketball needed overtime to defeat Portsmouth, 54-51, yesterday afternoon! Shaun Perez and Jakob McCallister led the Viking offensive attack. Katherine Warner, Lillian Ratcliff, Jamel Wills, Jordan Bothelho and Forrest Ficke all contributed with baskets of their own. 

    ■ Tuesday in Johnston the boys lacrosse added another win to their total taking down the Panthers 15-2. Olin Martin, Wil Martins all Riley Cranson tallied goals while the goalie combination of Nick Klassner and John Nunes stopped multiple shots.

    ■This afternoon there is a full slate of activities. The track teams will be in Portsmouth, softball in North Smithfield, baseball at Cardines, golf at the Newport Country Club and girls lacrosse at Ft. Adams.

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  • GLOW DANCE

    ■ The Glow Dance is this Saturday, April 28th. It will run from 7-10 in the Gym. Come and enjoy the last informal dance of the year. Tickets will be $ 10.00 and are on sale during lunch or see any senior class officer.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ NHS (Class of 2018):  Part two of your required group service project will take place this Wednesday, April 25th from 3-5pm in Ms. Chella's art room (room 404).  Be sure to bring your signed contract with you.

    ■ NHS (Class of 2019):  Our next meeting is this Wednesday, April 25th in room 106 starting at 2:50 pm.

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the cafeteria today after school. Transportation home at 4:15 pm. 

    ■There will be yoga, art club, and manicure Monday's today. Check into the library first. 

    ■ Reminder there are two senior project presentations today after school, be in the library by 3 pm.

    DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASS

    ■ Newport County Driving School is offering driver’s education classes and the next one starts May 31st.  Stop by the main office for a registration packet.

    SENIORS

    ■ Seniors project presentations will be held next Thursday, May 3rd starting at 3 pm. More information will be shared during your English classes today and tomorrow. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan. 

    ■ Interested in attending CCRI next fall? Come Thursday, April 26th at 9:45 am and meet the admissions officer Deborah Watson from CCRI’s Newport Campus!

    Learn about:

    - The Rhode Island Promise

    - Next steps in the application process

    - Or fill out your applications with the help of your college advisor and Ms. Watson.

    See Miss D for details! 

    SPORTS

    ■ At Middletown yesterday the softball team behind another strong shutout pitching performance from Caeli Palmer blanked the rival Islanders 12-0 in 5 innings. Today at home the girls will host Narragansett at 4 pm.

    ■ Yesterday the golf team lost to Bay View by a 171 to 216 margin. Ben Pratt posted the low score for Rogers.

    ■ Boys track remained undefeated winning all three dual meets in Barrington yesterday afternoon. Defeating the host Eagles, Middletown and St. Patrick's. The overall winners were Grames Clougher in the 400 and 800 and he teamed with Nyrell Lockhart, Angelo Cuevas and Edwin Peru to take the 4x400 relay. Edward Garafalo won the High Jump and Triple jump; Colton Kenny won the shot put; Brian Neal won the hammer; Sam Bond won the discus; Lorenzo Olsen-Sherman won the pole vault;and Ian Hall won the Javelin.

    ■ The girls track team was also successful defeating Middletown, Bay View, St. Patrick while succumbing to Barrington.  In the field events Jianna Peno had strong performances, placing 1st in the shot put, javelin and discus. Jianna placed 3rd in the hammer. Katrielle Hayes finished 3rd in the shot put and discus. Kristina Copeland placed 2nd in the long jump. On the track K'yana Howard placed 2nd in the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash. The 4x100 meter relay team of Monique Allen, Kiara Butler, Zahria Evans, and K'yana Howard took the 3rd place spot.

    ■ Today our lacrosse teams will be on the road; girls varsity and JVs visit Toll Gate while the boys head to Johnston. Baseball will also take their perfect record on the road to North Smithfield.

    ■Today the Fitness Center will be closed to individuals. No trainer or supervision is available.

     

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  • NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ NHS (Class of 2018):  Part two of your required group service project will take place either today, April 23rd, or this Wednesday, April 25th from 3-5pm in Ms. Chella's art room (room 404).  Be sure to bring your signed contract with you.

    ■ NHS (Class of 2019):  Our next meeting is this Wednesday, April 25th in room 106 starting at 2:50 pm.

    YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.00.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■Newport Community School will run in the library. Students participating in Transition to College take bus #3 at dismissal. 

    ■There will be yoga, art club, and manicure Monday's today. Check into the library first. 

    ■Reminder there are two senior project presentations today after school, be in the library by 3 pm.

    DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASS

    ■ Newport County Driving School is offering driver’s education classes and the next one starts May 31st.  Stop by the main office for a registration packet.

    SENIORS

    ■ Interested in attending CCRI next fall? Come Thursday, April 26th at 9:45 am and meet the admissions officer Deborah Watson from CCRI’s Newport Campus!

    Learn about:

    - The Rhode Island Promise

    - Next steps in the application process

    - Or fill out your applications with the help of your college advisor and Ms. Watson.

    See Miss D for details! 

    GIRL’S LACROSSE FUNDRAISER

    ■ Stop by Chipotle tonight between 4 – 8 pm and support the girl’s lacrosse team.

    SPORTS

    ■ This afternoon softball plays at Middletown High School, IT is a 4 pm start.

    ■ Golf will have their first match of the season versus Bay View at Crestwood Country Club.

    ■ In Barrington, the track teams will compete in their second of four regular-season meets. 

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  • Please join us for this community event, highlighting the student experience within Rogers and Thompson.

    Students of Newport Public Schools Speak Out

    A Public Forum Presented by the One Newport NPS Strategic Plan Subcommittee

    And Alliance for Livable Newport (ALN)

    Listen to our Thompson and Rogers School students talk about their future aspirations and the roles education and the community play in making life choices. Here’s an opportunity to understand the perspectives of Newport’s young people as they navigate technology, social media, classroom traditions, extracurricular activities, family pressures and a rapid change in the labor market.

    You have heard from the Newport City Council and the School Committee, and about the Newport Public Schools’ Strategic Plan. Now is the time to hear from our most important educational constituents.

    Panelists: Students from Rogers High School and Thompson Middle School

    If you could ask them a question what would it be? Now is your opportunity.

    Questions may be submitted via email before the forum or in writing the night of the event.

    info@newportalliance.org You do not have to be present at the forum to have your question chosen.

    DATE: Tuesday, May 1st

    TIME: 6-7:30 PM

    LOCATION: Claiborne Pell Elementary School

    35 Dexter Street, Newport, RI.

    Ample free parking directly across the street from the school

    CONTACT                                                                  

    Isabel Griffith, Co-President

    Alliance for a Livable Newport

    Igriffith38@verizon.net

    401.849-6444

    The One Newport Subcommittee is a group of volunteers who are committed to helping improve the Newport Public Schools. They believe that a superior educational system is critical not only for the children of Newport but also for the

    future of the City.

    For over 10 years, the Alliance for a Livable Newport (ALN) has promoted and enhanced the quality of life in its city by providing an unbiased resource for information on issues facing our community.

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  • YEARBOOK

    ■ YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Order your yearbook now for $60.  The deadline is May 8th.  Please see Mr. Connell (room 306), Mrs. Kimes (room 106) or Jane Leys to purchase your yearbook.  Please make checks out to Rogers High School and write yearbook/Binnacle in the memo line.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ NHS (Class of 2018):  Part two of your required group service project will take place on either Monday, April 23 or Wednesday, April 25 from 3-5pm in Ms. Chella's art room (room 404).  Be sure to bring your signed contract with you.

    ■ NHS (Class of 2019):  Our next meeting is Wednesday, April 25 in room 106 starting at 2:50 pm.

    DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASS

    ■ Newport County Driving School is offering driver’s education classes and the next one starts May 31st.  Stop by the main office for a registration packet.

    SENIORS

    ■  Seniors: there will be senior project presentations next Wednesday, April 18th from 9-12. Great opportunity for athletes to present without practice or game conflicts. Sign-ups on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan If you have any questions! 

    ■ Seniors, if you are planning to go to CCRI next year there will be a CCRI rep visiting April 26th at 9:45 am to make sure you have everything all set.  Mark your calendars and get a pass for Miss DeCollibus. 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors- today is the last chance to apply for the PrepareRI Summer Internship program. Ms. Clarke will be available to help in room 307 during lunch on a first come, first served basis.

    WHITE OUT DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the White Out Dance tonight, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches through today. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late.

    SPORTS

    ■ Last night baseball posted a thrilling come from behind 6-5 win over Classical. Jack Gomes and Ryan Crowley pitched well in relief. Logan Ratcliff went 4-4 at the plate and drove in the game winner in the bottom of the 11th inning.

    ■ Rogers boys track finished 1st with 78 points to claim the Class C Injury Fund Relay title. The girls finished second. Rogers boys won the shot, Discus, High jump. Long jump, and 4x400. Rogers finished 2nd in the 4x100, 4x800 and sprint medley, and placed 4th in the distance medley. 

    ■ Today the boy's lacrosse team hosts Chariho, 4 pm at Ft. Adams.

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  • JUNIORS: Last chance to apply for the PrepareRI Summer Internship program that will earn you a great paycheck, 6 college credits and a life changing experience. The final application sessions are Thursday & Friday during lunch in room 307. If you have questions or need help, email Ms. Clarke at kerryclarke@npsri.net

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  • DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASS

    ■ Newport County Driving School is offering driver’s education classes and the next one starts May 31st.  Stop by the main office for a registration packet.

    SENIORS

    ■  SENIORS: Next Wednesday, April 18th - senior project presentations between 9 am - 12 pm. Check your email for the sign-up sheet or see Ms. Dugan. 

    ■ Seniors, if you are planning to go to CCRI next year there will be a CCRI rep visiting April 26th at 9:45 am to make sure you have everything all set.  Mark your calendars and get a pass for Miss DeCollibus. 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors- this is the last chance to apply for the PrepareRI Summer Internship program. Earn money, 6 free college credits and professional experience that will help you build a more successful future. Ms. Clarke will be available to help in room 307 during lunch- don't let this opportunity slip by!

    ■ Attention Juniors! Time is almost up to apply for the Paid Summer Internship program that earns you 6 free college credits!! Ms. Clarke will be available to help with applications today & Thursday in room 307 during the lunch block.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15 pm. Come get your work done before vacation! Students participating in dance please check into the library.

    WHITE OUT DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the White Out Dance this Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late.

    SPORTS

    ■ Thank you to all the students, faculty and staff who came to the gym yesterday to support our Unified basketball team. Although the team may have fallen short everyone in attendance helped provide an unbelievable positive high school experience to the athletes and their partners. A sincere thank you from all members of your Rogers Unified team!

    ■ Shannon Ward blasted a 3-run homer, Daniell Savage, Mackenzie Palmer and Shea Milburn all had multiple hits for Rogers but it was Caeli Palmer who stole the show. Caeli threw a no-hitter, striking out eight as the Lady Vikings blanked Mt. Hope 11-0 in five innings. This afternoon the team will travel to Johnston to battle the Panthers.

    ■ The boys and girls track teams will participate in the Class C Injury Fund Relays this afternoon in Exeter/West Greenwich.

    ■ Baseball will host defending state champion Classical in their biggest game of the season so far as t our boys look to stay undefeated! First pitch at Cardines is slated for 4 pm. The game can also be heard live on the radio at 1540 AM or online at WADK.com

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  • SENIORS

    ■  SENIORS: Next Wednesday, April 18th - senior project presentations between 9 am - 12 pm.  Check your email for the sign-up sheet or see Ms. Dugan. 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Attention Juniors! Time is almost up to apply for the Paid Summer Internship program that earns you 6 free college credits!! Ms. Clarke will be available to help with applications today & Thursday in room 307 during the lunch block.

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Come to the Chili's in Middletown tonight, Wednesday, April 11th, to support the Class of 2021. Please get a flyer from a 9th grade class officer or Ms. Hazen so that a percentage of money from your meal will be donated to our class. Meals can be purchased anytime between 11 am and 11 pm. Takeout meals are included. Thank you for your support!

    GUIDANCE OFFICE

    ■ The Greater Providence RI Chapter of the Links Incorporated has an exciting FREE event for high school minority youths with a two day International Leadership Workshop at Bryant University on June 7 and 8th.  They are extending the deadline to this Thursday, April 12th.   Please get and return signed applications by this Thursday, April 12th to the Guidance office.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today until 4:15 pm.  Students participating in dance please check into the library. 

    WHITE OUT DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the White Out Dance this Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late.

    SPORTS

    ■ Girls Outdoor Track team lost two dual meets yesterday: LaSalle beat Rogers  114-36, and St. Ray’s beat Rogers 68-67. Senior Jianna Peno had a good day, placing 1st in the shot put and 2nd in the hammer, discus and javelin. Katrielle Hayes recorded a 2nd in the shot put and a 3rd in the discus; Abigail Mosher won the pole vault and Kayleigh Mosher had a very good jump in the long jump, placing 3rd. In the running events, the only 1st place finish was by the 4x400m relay team of Mei-Lin Scott, Jaden Petrie, Hannah D’Amore, and Emma Serth. The 4x100m relay team of Monique Allen, Kiara Butler, Zahria Evans, and Lilly Faulkner placed 2nd; Faulkner also recorded a 3rd place finish in the 100m hurdles.

    ■ The boys were victorious against La Salle 83-64 and St Rays Academy 114-38.  Larib Iqbal won the discus. Larib teamed up with Nyrell Lockhart, Osiris Parra and Eldwin Peru to take the 4x100 relay. Edward Garafalo won the high jump and triple jump. Khalil Woodlynn won the pole vault and Pete Hebda won the 110 hurdles. 

    ■ Baseball improved to 3-0 on the young season with a 10-3 victory over Times Squared Academy. Dylan Stahl and Michael Weaver paced the Vikings at the plate while Hunter Hansen pounded the strike zone and earned the win on the mound.

    ■ Boys lacrosse started slow but ultimately proved to be too much for Pilgrim to handle. Nick Klassner made some key saves while Riley Cranson, John Downes and Max Giron played strong defense defeating the Patriots 10-4. John Nunes and Olin Martins each tallied three goals for the Vikings.

    ■ This afternoon it is all Vikings versus Huskies. Starting at 1 pm in the gym the Unified basketball team will entertain Mt. Hope and later at Toppa the softball teams will clash. First pitch set for 4 pm.

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  • SENIORS

    ■ Any Seniors who have not submitted their graduation gown measurement, please stop by the main office today.

    ■ SENIORS: Presentations are a month away! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions. All requirements are DUE before you can present!

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair today, April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Come to the Chili's in Middletown tomorrow, Wednesday, April 11th, to support the Class of 2021. Please get a flyer from a 9th grade class officer or Ms. Hazen so that a percentage of money from your meal will be donated to our class. Meals can be purchased anytime between 11 am and 11 pm. Takeout meals are included. Thank you for your support!

    GUIDANCE OFFICE

    ■ The Greater Providence RI Chapter of the Links Incorporated has an exciting FREE event for high school minority youths with a two day International Leadership Workshop at Bryant University on June 7 and 8th.  They are extending the deadline to Thursday, April 12th.   Please get and return signed applications by Thursday, April 12th to the Guidance office.

    ARMY JROTC

    ■ Congratulations to the Rogers Army JROTC Air Rifle Team for their recent first place win in the Penobscot Invitational.  Eight JROTC programs from the northeast competed in the event.

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    SPORTS

    ■ Baseball earned their second win of the season in as many tries once again invoking the 'mercy rule' in a shortened 16-5 win over Hope. The boys are back at it today with a 4 pm game versus Times Squared Academy at Cardines Field.

    ■ Girls lacrosse opened their season with a 16-4 win over Ponaganset yesterday at Ft. Adams. Tess Nunes made 5 saves to earn her first varsity win. Jane Leys, Emma Daignault and Liza Nunes all had multiple goals to pace the offense.

    ■ Boys lacrosse also won in dominating fashion defeating Exeter/West Greenwich on the road. All players on the roster saw game action while Nick Klassner in his first start in goal earned his first win. Cam Edward, John Nunes, Michael Ashby and Olin Martins each tallied multiple goals to lead the Viking attack. The team will play their home opener against Pilgrim 4 pm today over at Ft. Adams.

    ■ Unified basketball had a tough time slowing down the Middletown offense yesterday as they lost 45-31 to the Islanders. Shaun Perez, Jakob McCallister and Katherine Warner all scored for Rogers. The team is excited to play tomorrow in a day game in front of all their classmates!

    ■ Today the boys and girls track teams will compete in their first regular season meets at LaSalle Academy.

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  • "On April 9, 1865, our nation began the healing process after 4 years of civil war. At the small town of Appomattox Court House, Virginia, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia to Union General Ulysses S. Grant. Grant's generous terms, allowed for the peaceful return of the defeated Southerners to their homes to resume their lives, and begin the reconstruction of our nation, as was desired by President Abraham Lincoln."

    ROBOTICS

    ■ Please Congratulate the Rogers Robotics Junior Varsity Team for their FIRST PLACE Victory at the Spring SeaPerch Challenge in New Bedford, Massachusetts this weekend. They trounced the competition! The Varsity and Junior Varsity teams will now move on to the National Competition.  A job well done by: Pierson Garcya, Brooklyn Wakefield, Caroline Florence, Ezra Monteiro

    SENIORS

    ■ ATTENTION SENIORS: Early senior project presentations will be held tomorrow, April 10th and Monday, April 23rd after school.  Sign up's on the NCS door. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan - all presentations will take place the first week of May!! 

    ■ Any Seniors who have not submitted their graduation gown measurement, please stop by the main office today.

    ■ SENIORS: Presentations are a month away! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions. All requirements are DUE before you can present!

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair tomorrow, April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Come to the Chili's in Middletown this Wednesday, April 11th, to support the Class of 2021. Please get a flyer from a 9th grade class officer or Ms. Hazen so that a percentage of money from your meal will be donated to our class. Meals can be purchased anytime between 11 am and 11 pm. Takeout meals are included. Thank you for your support!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■  Newport Community School will meet in the library today - quarter 3 closes this week, come get your homework done! Students participating in the Salve field trip please meet in the cafe immediately following dismissal. After school today there will be dance, art and yoga with Miss D. There will also be Transition to College at CCRI at 3:30 pm. 

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off then by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    SPORTS

    ■ Early this afternoon unified basketball will play an in-school game at Middletown tipping at 12:45 pm. Boys lacrosse will head out to face Exeter/West Greenwich at 4 pm.

    ■ Baseball and girls lacrosse will entertain at home today both starting at 4:30 pm. Baseball takes on Hope at Cardines Field and the girls will take the field at Ft. Adams against Ponaganset.

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  • Today, April 6, 2018, marks the one hundred and first anniversary of the United States' entry into World War One. During the "war to end all war" the US mobilized 4 million men and would suffer 111,000 deaths including 43,000 in the flu pandemic which started in the fall of 1918. The biggest tragedy of the war was that all the deaths and suffering did not lead to an end of war, but instead sowed the seeds of the Second World War and other conflicts throughout the remainder of the Twentieth Century.  Even some of today's conflicts are traceable to events during and after World War I"

    CAREER EVENT & JOB FAIR

    ■ If you're attending the Career Event & Job Fair today with Ms. Clarke, please listen carefully: To attend, you must be "dressed to impress" that means looking presentable- no slippers, spandex, ripped jeans, hats, etc. or you will not be allowed to attend. The bus will depart from the NACTC lot at 11:25 sharp. Remember you need to take FIRST LUNCH.  Repeat, if you are attending today's career field trip, you must take first lunch and head directly to the bus. 

    SENIORS

    ■ ATTENTION SENIORS: Early senior project presentations will be held Tuesday, April 10th and Monday, April 23rd after school.  Sign up's on the NCS door.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan - all presentations will take place the first week of May!! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Come to the Chili's in Middletown next Wednesday, April 11th, to support the Class of 2021. Please get a flyer from a 9th grade class officer or Ms. Hazen so that a percentage of money from your meal will be donated to our class. Meals can be purchased anytime between 11 am and 11 pm. Takeout meals are included. Thank you for your support!

     COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Tomorrow, Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    SPORTS

    ■  Baseball behind the strong pitching from Alex Garcia, Win Conelly and Brendan O'Neil shut out defending league champion Cuffee School, 13-0 in 5 innings. Tyler Strain led the Vikings at the plate with a pair of doubles.

    ■ Softball also found success in their league opener beating Scituate 5-0. Shannon Ward earned the win and Mackenzie Palmer broke the game open with a bases clearing triple.

    ■ Today sailing host their second installment of Friday Night Lights at Sail Newport and the boys lacrosse team will start their season on the road against Exeter/West Greenwich.

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  • SENIORS

    ■ ATTENTION SENIORS: Early senior project presentations will be held Tuesday, April 10th and Monday, April 23rd after school.  Sign up's on the NCS door. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan - all presentations will take place the first week of May!! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    ■ Attention Juniors: Are you interested in a PAID Summer Internship that will earn you 6 free college credits? Application assistance will be available during lunch today with Ms. Clarke in room 307. Applications are due in less than 2 weeks, APPLY TODAY!!!

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Come to the Chili's in Middletown next Wednesday, April 11th, to support the class of 2021. Please get a flyer from a 9th grade class officer or Ms. Hazen so that a percentage of money from your meal will be donated to our class. Meals can be purchased anytime between 11 am and 11 pm. Takeout meals are included. Thank you for your support!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Students participating in dance check into the Library first. Any questions see Ms. Dugan.

    ■ Thank you to everyone who donated to ‘Pennies for Patients’ RHS was able to raise over $325!  Special thanks to Ms. Charmers and Colonial Dining Room for their donations. If you would still like to make a donation see Ms. Dugan for more information.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society (Class of 2018):  This is a friendly reminder that there is a SUPER IMPORTANT mandatory meeting for members of the National Honor Society who are seniors and in the class of 2018, today, Thursday, April 5 in room 106 right after school from 2:45-3: 30 pm.  Attendance is expected.  This meeting will have information and details concerning our group service project which will take place on either Sunday, April 8 or Saturday, April 14.

     COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Johnson and Wales University will be visiting Rogers today.  See Miss D if you are interested in attending.

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    SPORTS

    ■  The Viking sailors hosted Portsmouth Abbey at Sail Newport Tuesday. Conditions were rainy and cold with 8-10 knots from NorthEast. Rogers was blanked 3-0 by the Ravens one of the strongest teams in New England. Captains Tyler Miller and Emma Porter provided strong leadership and character in the defeat. Prout is up next today!

    ■ Yesterday the unified basketball team visited East Providence and were defeated by a margin of 40-29. All the scoring came from Sean Perez, Katherine Warner and Jakob McCallister.  Other standouts for Rogers were Jamel Wills, Jordan Botelho and Lillian Ratcliff.

    ■ Today both the softball and baseball teams hope to get in a game. Softball host Scituate at 4 pm and down at Cardines baseball matches up with The Cuffee School.

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  • SENIORS

    ■ ATTENTION SENIORS: Early senior project presentations will be held Tuesday, April 10th and Monday, April 23rd after school.  Sign up's on the NCS door. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan - all presentations will take place the first week of May!! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Quarter 3 closes next week - come get your homework done! Seniors, sign-ups for early presentations are on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    ■ Thank you to everyone who donated to ‘Pennies for Patients’ RHS was able to raise over $325!  Special thanks to Ms. Charmers and Colonial Dining Room for their donations. If you would still like to make a donation see Ms. Dugan for more information.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society (Class of 2018):  This is a friendly reminder that there is a SUPER IMPORTANT mandatory meeting for members of the National Honor Society who are seniors and in the class of 2018, this Thursday, April 5 in room 106 right after school from 2:45-3: 30 pm.  Attendance is expected.  This meeting will have information and details concerning our group service project which will take place on either Sunday, April 8 or Saturday, April 14.

     COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ SAT tutoring will be held as normal today, Wednesday from 3-5 in Mr. Goodburn's room. Seniors are invited to work in the college room on scholarships during this time with help from Miss DeCollibus. 

    ■ Johnson and Wales University will be visiting Rogers this Thursday.  See Miss D if you are interested in attending.

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off then by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Come to the Chili's in Middletown next Wednesday, April 11th, to support the class of 2021. Please get a flyer from a 9th grade class officer or Ms. Hazen so that a percentage of money from you meal will be donated to our class. Meals can be purchased anytime between 11 am and 11 pm. Takeout meals are included. Thank you for your support!

    SPORTS

    ■  Today the unified basketball team travels to East Providence, boys lacrosse hosts Toll Gate at Fort Adams and JV softball plays Moses Brown at Toppa Field.

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  • Hello Rogers Community,

    Next week the Sophomore and Junior classes will participate in the PSAT and SAT testing. These tests are being utilized as our state assessment. The results will provide important information about our school, its curriculum and how well prepared our students are for career and college. Please urge your children to try their hardest and demonstrate how high performing they can truly be.  Also, encourage them to have a healthy dinner and get a good night’s sleep the night before testing so they are mentally and physically at their best.  

    The Junior class or all Grade 11 students will participate in the SAT on April 10th. The testing window will begin at 8:40 am and will run through 2:00 pm (with breaks throughout the day). We are asking for all 11th graders to gather in the cafeteria at 8:15 am, where Rogers will provide a healthy breakfast to all students testing. At 8:40 they will move to their testing rooms. Testing will conclude at 2:00 pm and all 11th Graders will gather in the cafeteria for a healthy lunch, as well as, the opportunity to participate in the "Duct Tape the Dean Event".

    The Sophomore class or all Grade 10 students will participate in the PSAT on April 11th. The testing window will begin at 8:40 am and conclude at 12:40 pm (with breaks throughout the day). We are asking that all 10th graders gather in the cafeteria at 8:15 am, where Rogers will provide a healthy breakfast for all students testing. At 8:40 am they will move to their testing rooms. The testing will conclude at 12:40 pm and all 10th Graders will gather in the cafeteria for a healthy lunch.  After this lunch at 1:00 pm, student will resume their typical daily schedule.

    Some additional important information:

    • Students are allowed to bring snacks and water to be consumed during the testing breaks. 
    • Students should bring their own calculator for the Math Test- Calculator Portion of the assessment.   Cell Phones are not acceptable calculators for testing. If a student does not have an approved calculator we will provide one. 
    • Electronic equipment including phones of any kind,  personal computing devices, cameras, timers audio players/recorders, wearable technology, digital watches including smartwatches that can be used to record, transmit, or receive information, or any other devices are not allowed in the testing rooms.  We strongly recommend that students leave their cell phone at home on testing day. 

    We have been working hard at creating the most conducive testing environment for your children and we are extremely excited to see the results of these assessments. Thank you for supporting us and your children during this testing time!  Good luck Viking sophomores and juniors!

     

    Regards,

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.

    Principal

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  • SKILLS USA

    ■ On Wednesday night, March 28th, 10 students of the Newport Area Career and Technical Center earned medals in SkillsUSA competitions:

    From Culinary Arts:  Dining Service:  Jakob Fedrizzi, 3rd place, Commercial Baking: Ashley Ramey, 3rd.  

    From AOIT:  Technical Computer Applications:  Nathan Murphy, 3rd - Stella Garcia, 2nd -  Eliza Taylor, 1st 

    Web Design: Leslie Ortiz and Will Feury, 3rd - Emma Daigneault and Austin DiIorio, 1st and in

    Extemporaneous Speaking: Angelina Leavitt, 2nd

    Gold medalists, Eliza, Emma and Austin, will travel to Louisville, Kentucky in June to compete in the national competitions.   Congratulations to all of our medalists.

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program will meet today after school in the library.  

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off then by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    BOOSTERS

    ■ The next Boosters monthly meeting is tonight, Tuesday, April 3rd at 6 pm. 

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS - Today, Tuesday, April 3rd, the cap/gown & ring representative will be in the cafeteria during all 3 lunch for height measurement and ring orders.  Please stop by if you haven’t done so as this will be the last on-site day.

    ■ ATTENTION SENIORS: Early senior project presentations will be held Tuesday, April 10th and Monday, April 23rd after school.  Sign up's on the NCS door. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan - all presentations will take place the first week of May!! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    ■ Attention Juniors: Are you interested in a PAID Summer Internship that will earn you 6 free college credits?! Application assistance will be available during lunch today and Thursday with Ms. Clarke in room 307. Applications are due in less than 2 weeks, APPLY TODAY!!!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run after school today. Come get your homework and makeup work done! Quarter 3 closes next week! Students participating in cartoon drawing please check into the library first.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ National Honor Society (Class of 2018):  This is a friendly reminder that there is a SUPER IMPORTANT mandatory meeting for members of the National Honor Society who are seniors and in the class of 2018, this Thursday, April 5 in room 106 right after school from 2:45-3: 30 pm.  Attendance is expected.  This meeting will have information and details concerning our group service project which will take place on either Sunday April 8 or Saturday, April 14.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ SAT tutoring will be held as normal today and Wednesday this week from 3-5 in Mr. Goodburn's room. Seniors are invited to work in the college room on scholarships during this time with help from Miss DeCollibus. 

    ■ Johnson and Wales University will be visiting Rogers this Thursday. See Miss D if you are interested in attending.

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    SPORTS

    ■  Baseball is set to begin their regular season with a 4:30 home match-up with Hope High School.

    ■ A reminder that today after school is team picture day for all of the spring sports.  Please see your coach for your team's designated time.

     

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  • AFS Seeks Host Families for 2018/19 School Year   

    CONNECT WITH THE WORLD FROM YOUR HOME

    Each year more than 2,300 exchange students from 90 countries come to the U.S. on AFS programs to study in high schools and live with host families. Join our global family and discover why hosting a student is one of the best decisions your family will ever make.  Host families open up their homes voluntarily and are not paid. Families provide a bed, 3 meals a day and a loving home. Students come with their own spending money. Currently, we have many wonderful students from Germany, France, Spain and Thailand.

    Inquire TODAY about hosting for the 2018/19 school year.  Contact: Noelle Warinsky: nwarinsky@afsusa.org; (646) 381-3366 or JoAnne Hanrahan; jhanrahan@afsusa.org      

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  • BOOSTERS

    ■ The next Boosters monthly meeting is tomorrow, Tuesday, April 3rd at 6 pm. 

    GLOW DANCE

    ■ Are you ready to dance your way into spring vacation? What better way to start it off than by going to the Glow Dance on Friday, April 13th? Tickets will be sold at all lunches now through Friday, April 13th. The cost of tickets is $10 and tickets will NOT be sold at the door so buy now to secure your spot on the dance floor. The dance will run from 7-10 pm with the doors closing at 8 pm so don't be late. Wear your brightest colors to make sure you glow Friday night! 

    PURPLE UP 2018

    ■ 2018 "Purple Up! For Military Kids" day will be held on Wednesday, April 25th.  See your email for more information.

    SENIORS

    ■ Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 3rd, the cap/gown & ring representative will be in the cafeteria during all 3 lunch for height measurement and ring orders.  Please stop by if you haven’t done so as this will be the last on-site day.

    ■ ATTENTION SENIORS: Early senior project presentations will be held Tuesday, April 10th and Monday, April 23rd after school. Sign up's on the NCS door. If you have any questions please see Ms. Dugan - all presentations will take place the first week of May!! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run after school today. Come get your homework and makeup work done! Transition to College, Yoga with Ms. D and senior project workshop will all take place today after school. Students participating in Manicure Mondays please check into the library first. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ SAT tutoring will be held as normal Tuesday and Wednesday this week from 3-5 in Mr. Goodburn's room. Seniors are invited to work in the college room on scholarships during this time with help from Miss DeCollibus. 

    ■ Johnson and Wales University will be visiting Rogers this Thursday. See Miss D if you are interested in attending.

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    SPORTS

    ■  Thursday was the first of the Newport Harbor Friday Night Lights High School Sailing Series was hosted at Sail Newport. Eight teams from around the state competed and our Vikings finished 5th overall. Skipper Eliza Taylor and crew Anna Bodycoat sailed well for Rogers, finishing third in the last race of the day.  Rogers will host Portsmouth Abbey at Sail Newport on Tuesday, April 3rd.

    ■ This afternoon in Portsmouth the boys and girls outdoor track teams will open the regular season versus East Providence, Middletown, Tiverton and the host Patriots. The bus will be here for 2:45 pm.

    ■ Softball will also open division play on the road against Johnston. First pitch is slated for 5 pm.

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  • Dear Newport Parents and Families,

    During school vacation Principal Vance was alerted to a Snapchat posting threatening a shooting at RHS to occur last week.   Police have been investigating the matter since last week and searched the campus. They found no threats or messages. This investigation will continue and the individual (s) responsible for this posting will be held accountable with full disciplinary and legal consequences.
     
    No other schools were indicated in any way in this potential threat.
     
    Rogers High school and all schools will be open at their regular times on Monday, April 2, 2018, for all students and staff with police presence as usual.
     
      
    Colleen Burns Jermain
    Superintendent of Schools

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  • Dear Newport Parents and Families,

     
    Last evening RHS Principal Jared Vance was alerted by one of his students that there was a posting about a Snapchat picture of a shooting threat written on a window for RHS that was to take place yesterday. He has been speaking with students and families to try to identify the person that posted this. There is a police investigation underway and police visited the RHS campus today to look for any signs or messages within the building. The Newport School Department is pursuing this to the full letter of the law. Disciplinary and legal actions will be taken against any/all individuals. We will keep you posted of any updates. 
     
    No other schools at this time have been indicated in any way of any potential threat. 
     
    Thank you,
    Colleen Burns Jermain
    Superintendent of Newport Public Schools
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  • PURPLE UP 2018

    2018 "Purple Up! For Military Kids" day will be held on Wednesday, April 25th.  See your email for more information.

    SENIORS

    ■ Senior Advisories will complete a short survey on the graduation location.

    JUNIORS

    ■ Junior Advisories will meet in the Cafeteria today for an Assembly with Kerry Clarke.  All Juniors and their advisory teachers should report to the Cafeteria.

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ There will be NO Newport Community School today and there will be no 4:15 pm bus. 

    ■ Today is the last day for 'Pennies for Patients'! Help us support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms and will be collected today during advisory and lunches. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    ■ There will be no SAT tutoring today after school. SAT tutoring will resume next week and will be held 3-5 after school on Tuesday and Thursday.

    SPORTS

    ■  Last night the girl's lacrosse team received a taste of game action participating in the Injury Fund Jamboree over at Narragansett High School. 

    ■ Unified basketball has a home game this afternoon, 4 pm versus Barrington. Come be a fan in the stands and show your team some support!

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  •  

    Please be aware, starting tomorrow the installation of fencing and bollards will begin. If the weather does not comply, the installation will begin on Thursday. We are beginning to see the outcomes of the hard work and planning to make our facility secure.
     
    Regards,

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
    Principal - Rogers High School
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  • Duck Tape "The Dean" Event

    Duck Tape "The Dean"

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  • Sophomore Class Fundraiser

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  • NAVAL WAR COLLEGE FIELD TRIP

    ■ For students going on the Naval War College field trip today, please head directly to the bus in the NACTC parking lot. Again, for the War College visit, please head to the NACTC parking lot at this time.”

    SENIORS

    ■ Students presenting senior projects today - check into the library first.

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run today in the library. Today is the last day of our Language/Exchange program with Salve Regina University. Students participating in Yoga, dance, and Manicure Mondays please check into the library first. Students participating in Transition To College there is class at 3:30 pm today. 

    ■ There will be No Newport Community School on Wednesday 3/28/18.  

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

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  • NEW: Summer Internship Program (Application due April 15)

     The PrepareRI Internship Program will train and place at least 100 Rhode Island youth in paid summer internships with the state’s top employers in a range of industries. These internships will prepare students going into their senior year with the skills they need to pursue meaningful, fulfilling futures through professional skills training, on-the-job experience, and connections to adult mentors who can help them achieve their career goals.

    • Internships will be paid and last 6-8 weeks (20-35 hours per week)
    • Students must be 16+ and entering the 12th grade in the fall of 2018
    • Students must be eligible to work in the U.S. and a R.I. resident
    • Skills for Rhode Island’s Future will help select students and match them with RI employers
    • Employers include Bank Newport, Electric Boat, Newport Restaurant Group, Gilbane, CVS, Hasbro and more
    • For application instructions, timelines and other important information CLICK HERE
    • Applications are due April 15 and must be submitted online

    Contact: For questions and student assistance, please contact Ms. Clarke, College & Career Readiness Coordinator at kerryclarke@npsri.net.


     

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  • BLOOD DRIVE

    ■ TODAY is the blood drive in the gym. All donors should be well hydrated and have eaten well.  Please bring a valid picture ID, or blood donor card and your permission slip if you are 16 years old.

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS- have all your materials turned in for senior project and want to present early?  Early presentations will take place Monday, March 26th after school. Sign-ups are on the NCS door.  See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Help RHS raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected today during last period.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    SPORTS

    ■ Today's practice schedule:

    Golf - 2:45-3:30 in the cages

    Boys Lax - 3:30 in the gym or on the field, be ready for both

    Softball - 3:30 at Toppa

    Baseball - 5 pm at Toppa

    Track teams will meet in the gym hallway.

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  • BLOOD DRIVE

    ■  Blood Drive is tomorrow, Friday, March 23rd!   If you haven't signed up, you can do so during lunch today.  If you have signed up for the blood drive, please do not forget to bring your signed permission slip, donor card or valid ID with you. Also, in preparation to donate it is very important to eat a good meal and keep well hydrated.  

    SENIORS

    ■ Today, March 22nd, there will be a cap/gown & ring representative in the cafeteria during all 3 lunches for height measurements and ring orders.

    ■ SENIORS- have all your materials turned in for senior project and want to present early? Early presentations will take place Monday, March 26th after school. Sign-ups are on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. This is the last week for academic recovery, come get your make up work done!! Transportation home is at 4:15 pm. 

    ■ Help RHS raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory and lunch each week. This is the last week of ‘pennies for patients’.  If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night tonight, Thursday, March 22nd.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is today, Thursday, March 22nd in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SPORTS

    ■ Congratulations are in order for a few of our hockey players. Cam Edward earned 1st team honors and Dylan Stahl made the 2nd team. Nick Klassner has been announced as the "Unsung Hero" of RI high school hockey by the RI Red Heritage Society.

    ■Today's practice schedule:  Golf - In the cages 2:45-3:30, Unified - 2:45-4:00, Girls Lax - 3:15 at "The Hut", Baseball – 4:00-5:15, Softball - 5:15-6:30, Boys Lax - 6:30-7:45, The track team will meet after school in the gym hallway.

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  • BLOOD DRIVE

    ■  Friday is our blood drive in the gym:

    • 1 donation can help 3 patients in our community!
    • To donate Blood;

                     * You MUST be at least 16-year-olds must weigh 130 lbs. or more and need parental consent. 

                     * 17-year-olds must weigh at least 110 lbs. or more. 

                     * All must be in general good health 

                     * In preparation to donate it is very important to eat a good meal and keep well hydrated.

                  Sign-up during lunch Wed & Thurs.  See Mrs. Bagley in phys.ed for more information

    SENIORS

    ■ Today and Thursday, March 20th & 22nd, there will be a cap/gown & ring representative in the cafeteria during all 3 lunches for height measurements and ring orders.

    ■ SENIORS- have all your materials turned in for senior project and want to present early? Early presentations will take place Monday, March 26th after school. Sign-ups are on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program will meet today after school in the library.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. This is the last week for academic recovery, come get your make up work done !! Transportation home is at 4:15 pm. 

    ■ Help RHS raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory and lunch each week. This is the last week of ‘pennies for patients’.  If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office. 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■This is a brief reminder that SAT tutoring will be held after school in Mr. Goodburn's room today. Seniors are also invited to work in the college room on scholarships with some guidance from Miss DeCollibus. 

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night this Thursday, March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is this Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SPORTS

    ■ Girls lacrosse will be practicing at "The Hut" after school.

    ■ On Toppa field the baseball team will go from 3-4:30 followed by the boy's lacrosse team, 4:30-6:00.

    Today's practice schedule for the gym:  GOLF - In the cages after school until 3:30;  UNIFIED BASKETBALL 2:45-4:00; SOFTBALL - 4-6

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  • Hello Vikings Community,

     
    Next Tuesday, March 27th Rogers High School will be holding their Parent Teacher Conferences.
     
    These conferences will be held from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm in order to be most available for families.
     
    Please see the attached sign up form for selecting your conference times and staff person.
     
    Please fill these forms out and have them returned to the main office by the end of the school day on Friday, March 23.
     
    Regards,
     

    Jared B. Vance M.Ed.
    Principal - Rogers High School
     
     
     
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  • SENIORS

    ■ This Tuesday and Wednesday, March 20th & 22nd, there will be a cap/gown & ring representative in the cafeteria during all 3 lunches for height measurements and ring orders.

    ■ SENIORS project materials are due! Turn in your resumes, essays, letter of intents and complete hour forms as soon as possible. EARLY senior project presentations will take place next week. Sign-ups on the NCS door!

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE Program will meet Tuesday after school in the library.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Students participating in art, yoga with Ms. D, manicure Monday’s, Language exchange with Salve and senior project workshop please check into the library First. Students participating in Transition to College take bus #3 for transportation to CCRI.

    ■ Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is this Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SPORTS

    ■  Saturday night the RMR hockey season came to end at the hands of Coventry High School. The Oakers swept the best of three series with a 3-2 win on Friday and again by the same score on Saturday in triple overtime. Our boys played amazing and have nothing to hang their heads about leaving everything they had on the ice. Congratulations to our seniors Cam Edward, Nick Klassner and Ryan Rubin on fantastic high school careers. They leave as the winningest class ever in Rogers hockey history!

    ■ Spring season practices begin for all this afternoon and with the wintery weather most teams will remain inside for most, if not all of their practice times. Here is the gym schedule for this afternoon:GOLF - cages 2:45-3:30

    GIRLS LAX - 2:45-4:15

    SOFTBALL - 5:30-6:45

    BOYS LAX - 6:45-8

    BOYS & GIRLS TRACK & FIELD - Meet in the gym hallway after school 

    Any updates to the schedule will be posted on twitter, instagram and on the afternoon announcements.

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  • SENIORS

    ■ Next Tuesday and Wednesday, March 20th & 22nd, there will be a gown & ring representative in the cafeteria during all 3 lunches for height measurements and ring orders.

    ■ SENIORS- Have all your materials turned in for senior project and want to present early? Early presentations will take place Monday, March 26th and Tuesday, March 27th after school. Sign-ups are on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ For the next week, Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    LIFEGUARD COURSE

    ■ The Boys & Girls Club will be offering a lifeguard course for anyone interested over 16 years of age.  See your email for a flyer with information.

    SPORTS

    ■ Yesterday afternoon the Unified basketball team succumbed to Tiverton in the final minute 42-38. Katherine Warner, Lillian Ratcliff, Jamel Wills, Davon Antone, Aidan Litscko and Shaun Perez all played a solid team game. Jordan Botelho played great defense!

    ■ Tonight RMR hockey drops the puck on game 1 in a best of 3 semifinals series versus Coventry. It will all get started at 7:30 at Portsmouth Abbey. Tonight’s game can also be heard live on WADK 1540 AM. Tomorrow’s game 2 will start at 6 pm in West Warwick. 

    ■ Girls Outdoor Track and Field will be having an interest meeting directly after school today in Ms. Stump's room, 813.  Ladies, if you have participated in this sport in a previous year, come. If you have never participated, but are interested in spring track, come. We hope to have a great group of young ladies this year!

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.  https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ For the next two weeks Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SENIORS

    ■ SENIORS- Have all your materials turned in for senior project and want to present early? Early presentations will take place Monday, March 26th and Tuesday, March 27thafter school. Sign-ups are on the NCS door. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions! 

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    LIFEGUARD COURSE

    ■ The Boys & Girls Club will be offering a lifeguard course for anyone interested over 16 years of age.  See your email for a flyer with information.

    SPORTS

    ■ On Monday Rogers Vikings unified basketball team faced the West Warwick Wizards.  Rogers came out on top with a score of 45-39. Sean Parez and Lilian Ratcliff scoring the points.  Jordan Batello and other teammates played hard as well, and fun was had by all.  Today Unified plays Tiverton right here in the gym, so come show support!

    ■ Girls Outdoor Track and Field will be having an interest meeting directly after school today in Ms. Stump's room, 813.  Ladies, if you have participated in this sport in a previous year, come. If you have never participated, but are interested in spring track, come. We hope to have a great group of young ladies this year!

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.  https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • COUNTY STUDENTS

    ■ All County Students will still be dismissed at 1:53 today.

    YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Come get your academic recovery work done! There will be dance today after school. 

    ■ For the next two weeks, Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SENIORS

    ■ During Advisory this Wednesday, there will be a cap/gown and ring assembly in the auditorium.

    ■ Senior project materials are due! Turn in your resumes, essays, letter of intents and complete hour forms as soon as possible. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    JUNIORS

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    ■ Juniors! Johnson and Whales will be coming to visit for a brief information session today, Wednesday, March 14th. If you are interested please sing up with Miss DeCollibus.

    LIFEGUARD COURSE

    ■ The Boys & Girls Club will be offering a lifeguard course for anyone interested over 16 years of age.  See your email for a flyer with information.

    SPORTS

    ■ RMR Hockey advanced past a gutsy North Kingstown squad Monday night to advance to the D2 semifinals versus Coventry. The series will begin Friday night out at Portsmouth Abbey. Game time is set for 7:30 pm.

    ■ Today's home Unified basketball game against Tiverton has been postponed until tomorrow. Hope to see you there!

    ■ All girls interested in learning more about the outdoor track team should attend a meeting after school this Thursday in room 813 (behind the auditorium).

    ■Boys lacrosse will have their final meeting before the season begins after school today in the cafeteria.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.  https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • YEARBOOK

    ■ Yearbook- Attention parents and guardians of the class of 2018!  We are now accepting orders for celebratory announcements for our yearbook, the Binnacle.  Please see your school email for attachments and further information!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Students participating in art, yoga with Ms. D, manicure Monday’s, Language exchange with Salve and senior project workshop please check into the library First. There is NO transition to college today.

    ■For the next three weeks, Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■The SMILE Program will not be meeting today.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SENIORS

    ■ During Advisory this Wednesday, there will be a cap/gown and ring assembly in the auditorium.

    ■ Senior project materials are due! Turn in your resumes, essays, letter of intents and complete hour forms as soon as possible. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    JUNIORS

    ■ During Advisory this Wednesday, there will be an assembly to introduce the Summer 2018 Internship Program through Prepare Rhode Island.

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    ■ Juniors! Johnson and Whales will be coming to visit for a brief information session Wednesday, March 14th. If you are interested please sing up with Miss DeCollibus.

    SPORTS

    ■A huge congratulations to Indoor Track & Field student-athlete Brian Neal. Brian represented Rogers at this weekend's New Balance National Indoor Track & Field Championships in New York City. Brian competed in the 25 lbs. weight throw and had his best performance ever with a toss of 63'-7.25" placing him 15th in the nation! 

    ■ RMR hockey found themselves down a goal quickly to North Kingstown to start game two. However, that was the only goal the Skippers would score Saturday night. RMR scored three unanswered to win 3-1 and force a series-deciding game three.  Puck drops tonight, 6 pm at Portsmouth Abbey.

    ■ This afternoon the Unified Basketball team will open their season on the road against West Warwick.

    ■Girls lacrosse will hold one more final meeting after school today in the cafeteria. This will be the final meeting before practice begins on the 19th. 

    ■ All girls interested in learning more about the outdoor track team should attend a meeting after school this Thursday in room 813 (behind the auditorium).

    ■Boys lacrosse this Wednesday will have their final meeting before the season begins after school in the cafeteria.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22nd 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you! Pre-register online to be entered for a $500 scholarship!

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rve reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    ■ Juniors! Johnson and Whales will be coming to visit for a brief information session Wednesday March 14th. If you are interested please sing up with Miss DeCollibus. 

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22 in room 106 right after school.   Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SPORTS

    ■Last evening RMR hockey was blanked, 3-0, by North Kingstown in game 1 of a best of 3 series. The team now has their backs against the wall. They will hope to avoid elimination, 7pm tomorrow night at URI. Come over and cheer the team to victory as they look to force a third and decisive game.

    ■Girls lacrosse will hold one more final meeting after school Monday in the cafeteria. This will be the final meeting before practice begins on the 19th. 

    ■Boys lacrosse next Wednesday will have their final meeting before the season begins after school in the cafeteria.

    ■All student-athletes; your sports locker needs to be cleaned out by this FRIDAY, MARCH 9th by 3pm, unless you are already registered for a spring sport. Any items left behind in the locker will be thrown out or donated. 

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.  Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will meet in the library. Come get your homework and makeup work done!

    ■ SENIORS- senior project materials are due! Turn in your resumes, essays, letter of intents and complete hour forms as soon as possible. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    ■ For the next three weeks, Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory and lunches today.

    BEST BUDDIES

    ■ Best Buddies will NOT be meeting today during Advisory.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a 500$ scholarship!

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    ■ Juniors! Johnson and Whales will be coming to visit for a brief information session Wednesday, March 14th. If you are interested please sing up with Miss DeCollibus. 

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school. Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    SPORTS

    ■ The Sailing Team is to meet at Sail Newport today to go over the site, safety, and procedures. This meeting will be inside and no special gear is required.  Report to Sail Newport's new building at 3 PM. Practice will go no later than 5 PM. Bring some homework to do if practice ends before your ride comes.  

    ■ Tomorrow, 6 pm at Portsmouth Abbey RMR Hockey will open the playoffs. Admission is $5 per person.

    ■Friday morning at 8 am in the gym there will be a quick meeting for anyone interested in learning more about joining the golf team. If you are unable to attend please see Mr. Horsman.

    ■Girls lacrosse will hold one more final meeting after school Monday in the cafeteria. This will be the final meeting before practice begins on the 19th. 

    ■Boys lacrosse next Wednesday will have their final meeting before the season begins after school in the cafeteria.

    ■Today's Unified basketball game has been postponed due to weather. There will be NO practice for the team today or tomorrow after school.

    ■All student-athletes; your sports locker needs to be cleaned out by this FRIDAY, MARCH 9th by 3 pm unless you are already registered for a spring sport.  Any items left behind in the locker will be thrown out or donated. 

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • BEST BUDDIES

    ■ SPREAD THE WORD TO END THE WORD!!

    WHEN: March 7th

    WHERE: At your school and/or in your community

    WHAT: Spread the Word to End the Word is an ongoing effort by Special Olympics, Best Buddies and our supporters to inspire respect and acceptance through raising the consciousness of society about the R-word and how hurtful and disrespectful words can be toward people with intellectual disabilities. 

    WHY: Respectful and inclusive language is essential to the movement for the dignity and humanity of people with intellectual disabilities. However, much of society does not recognize the hurtful, dehumanizing and exclusive effects of the R-word.

    We ask everyone in RHS to wear purple on March 7th to support Best Buddies.  Thank you!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will meet in the library. Come get your homework and makeup work done! Students participating in cartoon drawing please check into the library first.

    ■ SENIORS- senior project materials are due! Turn in your resumes, essays, letter of intents and complete hour forms as soon as possible. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    ■ For the next three weeks, Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a 500$ scholarship! 

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school. Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    RHS BOOSTERS

    ■Our March meeting will be held today, Tuesday, March 6 at 6:00 at Rogers High School.  Our agenda includes: Girls swimming, donations and end of year events.  Hope to see you there!

    SPORTS

    ■ Sailing needs to take Bus 17 after school today.

    ■All student-athletes your sports locker needs to be cleaned out by this FRIDAY, MARCH 9th by 3 pm. unless you are already registered for a spring sport. Any items left behind in the locker will be thrown out or donated. 

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • BEST BUDDIES

    ■ SPREAD THE WORD TO END THE WORD!!

    WHEN: March 7th

    WHERE: At your school and/or in your community

    WHAT: Spread the Word to End the Word is an ongoing effort by Special Olympics, Best Buddies and our supporters to inspire respect and acceptance through raising the consciousness of society about the R-word and how hurtful and disrespectful words can be toward people with intellectual disabilities. 

    WHY: Respectful and inclusive language is essential to the movement for the dignity and humanity of people with intellectual disabilities. However, much of society does not recognize the hurtful, dehumanizing and exclusive effects of the R-word.

    We ask everyone in RHS to wear purple on March 7th to support Best Buddies.  Thank you!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Students participating in art, yoga with Ms. D, manicure Monday’s, Language exchange with Salve and senior project workshop please check into the library First. Students participating in Transition to College take bus #3 at dismissal for transportation to CCRI.


    ■SENIORS- senior project materials are due! Turn in your resumes, essays, letter of intents and complete hour forms as soon as possible. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.


    ■For the next three weeks, Rogers High School will be participating in ‘pennies for patients’! Help us raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and donate your change! Collection bins can be found in classrooms - money will be collected during advisory each week. If you have any questions or would like to help see Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    ■ Saturday, April 7th at PCTA there will be a workshop called " Keep'n It Real" hosted by the College Planning Center of Rhode Island. If you are interested in learning about what to expect in your transition from Rogers to College, this workshop is for you!  Pre-register online to be entered for a 500$ scholarship! 

    ■ Juniors! There will be a college fair April 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This fair has received rave reviews from last year's seniors and is worth the trip. Register for free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncf

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school. Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Attention Seniors: get those resumes, essays and letter of intents in!! Hours are due! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    SPORTS

    ■This past weekend Rogers fared well at the New England Indoor Track & Field Championships in Boston. Ajahnea, Jianna, Colton, Osiris, Nyrell, Eldwin and Graeme all had solid performances and finished higher than their seeding!

    ■Tonight RMR hockey will wrap up their regular season before the playoffs begin next week. Game time is 5:30 pm at Portsmouth Abbey versus East Greenwich.

    ■All student-athletes your sports locker needs to be cleaned out by this FRIDAY, MARCH 9th by 3 pm. unless you are already registered for a spring sport. Any items left behind in the locker will be thrown out or donated. 

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/.   Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

     

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  • COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ CCRI's Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22, 2018.  If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school. Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts at annakimes@npsri.net.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Attention Seniors: get those resumes, essays and letter of intents in!! Hours are due! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Attention all Juniors: There will be a vaccination clinic within the next week or two for the Meningitis vaccine.  This vaccine is mandatory to enter your senior year.  You may register online at thewellcomp.com. If you would like to have the vaccine done at school, PLEASE go online and have your parents sign for consent. If you have any questions, please stop in the nurse's office.

    SPORTS

    ■ Tonight RMR hockey will wrap up their regular season before the playoffs begin next week. Game time is 7 pm at URI versus East Greenwich.

    ■ This weekend Rogers is sending a small contingent to the New England Indoor Track & Field Championships in Boston! Good luck to Ajahnea, Jianna, Colton, Osiris, Nyrell, Eldwin and Graeme.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/

    Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file.  Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

    LOST AND FOUND

    ■ Lost and found items are on the table in the lunchroom - please check during lunch to see if something belongs to you!

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  • Dear Newport Parents and Families:

     

    Parent Conferences will be held on March 13, 14, & 15 of this year. The conferences will be held during the hours of 1-6 pm to enable as many families and parents to attend as possible.   Your building principal will provide forms for conference sign ups and no other forms for these conferences should be used.  This will be a no school day for students.  All teachers will be reporting to work at 12:00 pm on the day of conferences and buildings will be open at 12:30 for parents and family members to arrive.  Further communications will be sent out next Monday from your building principals regarding the conferences and the process to sign up.

     

    Thank you.

     

    Colleen Burns Jermain

    Superintendent of Newport Public Schools

    Parent Conference for March 2018

     

    Tuesday, March 13, 2018                   Rogers High School                1-6pm

    Wednesday, March 14, 2018              Pell Elementary School           1-6pm

    Thursday, March 15, 2018                  Thompson Middle School       1-6pm

     

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  • NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ There will be NO Newport Community School today and no 4:15 pm bus. The RHS late bus will still come at 4:30 pm.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ As always, Miss DeCollibus will be holding open Lunch in the college room Tuesday and Thursday of this week. Bring those scholarship essays to work on and any financial aid questions you may have!

    ■ CCRI's  Newport Campus will be holding a Free FAFSA Completion Night March 22nd, 2018. If you have yet to complete your FAFSA this is a great opportunity to get it done! 

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.  

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.  

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts (annakimes@npsri.net)

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Attention Seniors: get those resumes, essays and letter of intents in!! Hours are due! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Juniors! The best way to do well on the SAT's is to practice!  Starting this week - every Tuesday and Wednesday there will be free SAT tutoring in Mr. Goodburn's room #200. See Miss DeCollibus with questions and get ready for that April 10th SAT! 

    ■ Attention all Juniors: There will be a vaccination clinic within the next week or two for the Meningitis vaccine. This vaccine is mandatory to enter your senior year.  You may register online at thewellcomp.com.   If you would like to have the vaccine done at school, PLEASE go online and have your parents sign for consent.  If you have any questions, please stop by the nurse's office

    SPORTS

    ■ The girl's basketball season came to an end last night in Ponganset at the hands of Johnston. Our girls played a tremendous game and gave the D2 State Champions a scare controlling and leading most of the game. A great season ladies! Thank you and good luck to our seniors Andrea, Jane, Meg and Najae.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.   https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/ 

    Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file. Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

     

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  • MOCK TRIAL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team's outstanding season came to an end yesterday. In close decision, the team was narrowly defeated by a very good team from Toll Gate. Performing yesterday was: Emma Porter, Rose Kutsaftis and Christine Sicilian as the attorneys, Noah Manuel, Aubrey Baker, and Miren Arambarri were the witnesses. Jordan Miner was rules expert. All team members have performed at a high level for the season and deserve congratulations for a job well done!

    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.  

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.  

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts (annakimes@npsri.net)

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will meet today in the library. There will be NO Newport Community School program tomorrow. Come get your make up work done !! There will be dance after school today! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Attention seniors: hours are due this week! See Miss Dugan if you have any questions. Senior project presentations are just a little over two months away!

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Juniors! The best way to do well on the SAT's is to practice!  Starting this week - every Tuesday and Wednesday there will be free SAT tutoring in Mr. Goodburn's room #200. See Miss DeCollibus with questions and get ready for that April 10th SAT! 

    SPORTS

    ■ 5:30 pm tonight in Ponaganset girls basketball will look to take out Johnston in first round action of the RI State Open Tournament. Admission is $5 for all so find a friend, find a car and come out to support the girls! If you can't make it WADK will be broadcasting the game live online at www.WADK.com

    ■Good luck to Brian Neal and Sam Bond who will compete for New England Indoor Track & Field weight throw championship this afternoon in Providence.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports. 

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/ 

    Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file. Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

     

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  • NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2018 NHS members is Thursday, March 8.  

    ■ The next mandatory meeting for the Class of 2019 NHS members is Thursday, March 22.  

    Both meetings will be in room 106 right after school.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes with any questions or legitimate conflicts (annakimes@npsri.net)

    NEWSPAPER MEETING

    ■ There will be a newspaper meeting after school this Wednesday in Mr. Largy’s room. All interested students are welcome to attend. Contact Josephine Carwile-Ridnour for further information.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Come down to the library today and get your homework and makeup work done with Newport Community School.  Math, Science, and English teachers are there to help! Students participating in cartoon drawing and senior project workshop check into the library first.

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ As always, Miss DeCollibus will be holding open Lunch in the college room Tuesday and Thursday of this week. Bring those scholarship essays to work on and any financial aid questions you may have!

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Attention seniors: hours are due this week! See Miss Dugan if you have any questions. Senior project presentations are just a little over two months away!

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Juniors! The best way to do well on the SAT's is to practice!  Starting this week - every Tuesday and Wednesday there will be free SAT tutoring in Mr. Goodburn's room #200. See Miss DeCollibus with questions and get ready for that April 10th SAT! 

    SPORTS

    ■ Vikings let’s head to Ponaganset tomorrow night to support our girl's basketball team! The girls will face Johnston at 5:30 in the opening round of the state tournament. Tickets are $5 for all.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports. 

    https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/ 

    Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file. Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

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  • MOCK TRIAL

    ■ The Mock Trial team will meet at Hibernian Hall at 3 today.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run till 4:15 pm in the cafe. Come get your homework or makeup work done! Students participating in senior project workshop, drawing, manicure Monday’s, yoga with Ms. D, and language exchange with Salve please check into the library first.  Students participating in Transition to College please take bus #3 at dismissal for transportation to CCRI.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Reminder Seniors - completed hours are due this week! Hand in letters of intent, essays, and resumes to Ms. Dugan as soon as possible.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ Juniors! The best way to do well on the SAT's is to practice! Starting this week - every Tuesday and Wednesday there will be free SAT tutoring in Mr. Goodburn's room #200. See Miss DeCollibus with questions and get ready for that April 10th SAT! 

    COLLEGE ADVISOR

    ■ As always, Miss DeCollibus will be holding open Lunch in the college room Tuesday and Thursday of this week. Bring those scholarship essays to work on and any financial aid questions you may have!

    SMILE PROGRAM

    ■ The SMILE program will meet today in the library after school.

    SPORTS

    ■ The boys and girls swim teams were busy the past two weekends. As the break started the teams competed in their respective Division State Championships and this past weekend swam in the RI State Championship meet. The boys had solid performances all around capturing 10th overall at the RI State meet.  Michael Ashby in his final meet representing Rogers established a new school record in the 50 free. Freshman Will Serth was crowned D2 champion in the 100 breaststroke. The girls used solid team depth to continue their dominance this season to take home the D2 State title! At the RI State meet the girls, lead by Anna Bodycoat's two top 5's, placed 7th as a team. Congratulations to Hailey Bodycoat and Caeli Palmer on finishing out a spectacular Vikings swim career!

    ■ Girls basketball over the break earned a preliminary playoff win over Narraganset but were upended in the D2 quarterfinal by Wheeler. The girls season is not done yet as they have qualified for RI State Open Tournament. Wednesday, 5:30 in Ponaganset the girls will face Johnston in the round of 16.

    ■ On the oval, Colton Kenney was 6th in the state tossing the shot put. The boys 4x400 relay lowered the school record once again. Khalil Woodlyn and Lorenzo Olsen-Sherman were top 5 in the pole vault. For the ladies, Jianna Peno and Ajahnea Greene were top 6 in the shot put.

    ■ In the rink, RMR battled Ponaganset to a 1-1 draw. The girls co-op hockey team finished out their inaugural regular season with a pair of losses to Mt. St. Charles and the South County co-op.

    ■ Attention Spring athletes, registration is now open for all spring sports.  https://rogershs-ar.rschooltoday.com/ 

    Please make sure we have a current physical (valid for one calendar year) and an Assumption of Risk form on file. Questions please contact Mr. Cawley, Director of Athletics jcawleyjr@npsri.net

     

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  • CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Reminder to seniors- senior project is a graduation requirement, please submit your essays, resumes and letters of intent ASAP! A hard copy or electronic copy is acceptable.

    ■ Students participating in CCRI’s Transition to College program there will be class this Monday, February 19th at 3:30pm. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Attention 9th grade students - The Mayor and City Council of Newport and Newport Public Schools have created the opportunity for two Rogers High School freshmen to accompany the City's official delegation when it visits our Sister City, Shimoda, Japan in May.  If you are interested please see Ms. Hazen in the guidance office for an application.

    SPORTS

    ■ Boys basketball ended their season last night with a thrilling overtime victory at Johnston.

    ■ Tonight the girls basketball team will host Narragansett in a D2 playoff game.  Their goal is to win and our goal is to pack the gym with a 'blackout' and help cheer them to victory. Tip-off is scheduled for 7pm! Come early and come in BLACK!

    ■Tomorrow is championship Saturday! The boys and girls swim team have their division championship at Roger Williams University while the track teams will be in Providence competing in the RI State Championship meet. Good luck to all student-athletes!

    ■ Unified basketball season is here! It starts the week after we come back from vacation! Keep an eye out during the lunches for students who will be walking around with a sign-up sheet!  We’re looking for partners, athletes, and other students who want to come out and show support!! For any questions about unified, ask Mr. Magner or Mr. Cawley! We look forward to an awesome season, and awesome support! 

     

    *Rhode Island PBS SCHOLARSHIP

    Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

     

    *Naval Academy Summer Seminar and Summer STEM

    To watch the digital brochure or to go to website, please visit:

    Summer Seminar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYD6hjhKGC4

    https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/NASS.php#fndtn-panel1-Steps-For 

    STEMandNASS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWBYksT_CG0

    https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/STEM.php#fndtn-panel1-Attending

     

    *For information on the NUWC Internships, please visit: 

    http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

     

    *For information or questions regarding the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications please contact: 

    Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org

    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on website www.rifoundation.org.

     

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  • CLASS OF 2021

    ■ Attention 9th grade students - The Mayor and City Council of Newport and Newport Public Schools have created the opportunity for two Rogers High School freshmen to accompany the City's official delegation when it visits our Sister City, Shimoda, Japan in May.  If you are interested please see Ms. Hazen in the guidance office for an application.

     

    SPORTS

    ■ Last night at the Boys JV State Track meet the team finished 7th overall. Ian Hall was the individual champion in the shot put, Khalil Woodlyn 3rd in the high jump and the 4x400m team comprised of John Nunes, Jonathon Tejada, Angelo Cuevas and Lorenzo Sherman finished 5th.

    ■ Tonight the boys basketball teams conclude their season on the road in Johnston.

    ■ 7pm tomorrow night girls basketball, the D2 Southern champions, will start the playoffs at home against Narragansett! Let's get out to the gym and support our girls as they continue of their path towards a championship season.

    ■ Unified basketball season is here! It starts the week after we come back from vacation! Keep an eye out during the lunches for students who will be walking around with a sign-up sheet!  We’re looking for partners, athletes, and other students who want to come out and show support!! For any questions about unified, ask Mr. Magner or Mr. Cawley! We look forward to an awesome season, and awesome support! 

     

    Rhode Island PBS SCHOLARSHIP

    Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

     

    Naval Academy Summer Seminar and Summer STEM

    To watch the digital brochure or to go to website, please visit:

    Summer Seminar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYD6hjhKGC4

    https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/NASS.php#fndtn-panel1-Steps-For 

    STEMandNASS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWBYksT_CG0

    https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/STEM.php#fndtn-panel1-Attending

     

    For information on the NUWC Internships, please visit: 

    http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

     

    For information or questions regarding the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications please contact: 

    Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org

    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on website www.rifoundation.org. 

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  • MOCK TRIAL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet after school today at Hibernian Hall.

    CLASS OF 2021

    ■Attention 9th grade students - The Mayor and City Council of Newport and Newport Public Schools have created the opportunity for two Rogers High School freshman to accompany the City's official delegation when it visits our Sister City, Shimoda, Japan in May.  If you are interested please see Ms. Hazen in the guidance office for an application.

    SPORTS

    ■Good luck to all the JV track & field boys competing at today's JV State Championship!

    ■ Attention all baseball players: immediately after school today, February, 14th in the cafeteria will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the baseball team.

    ■ For all girls interested in learning more about the girls lacrosse team there will be an informational meeting today, February, 14th in the cafeteria immediately following school.

     ■ Unified basketball season is here! It starts the week after we come back from vacation! Keep an eye out during the lunches for students who will be walking around with a sign-up sheet!  We’re looking for partners, athletes, and other students who want to come out and show support!! For any questions about unified, ask Mr. Magner or Mr. Cawley! We look forward to an awesome season, and awesome support! 

     

    Rhode Island PBS SCHOLARSHIP

    Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

     

    Naval Academy Summer Seminar and Summer STEM

    To watch the digital brochure or to go to website, please visit:

    Summer Seminar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYD6hjhKGC4

    https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/NASS.php#fndtn-panel1-Steps-For 

    STEMandNASS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWBYksT_CG0

    https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/STEM.php#fndtn-panel1-Attending

     

    For information on the NUWC Internships, please visit: 

    http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

     

    For information or questions regarding the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications please contact: 

    Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org

    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on website www.rifoundation.org. 

     

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  • CLASS OF 2021

    ■Attention 9th grade students - The Mayor and City Council of Newport and Newport Public Schools have created the opportunity for two Rogers High School freshman to accompany the City's official delegation when it visits our Sister City, Shimoda, Japan in May.  If you are interested please see Ms. Hazen in the guidance office for an application.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today. Come get your homework or make up work done! Students participating in cartoon drawing please check into the library first.

    GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE

    ■ The Gay Straight Alliance will meet after school today, Tuesday, February 13th in room 810.  This club is open to everyone please come join us.

    SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

    ■The applications for the United States Naval Academy's Summer Seminar and Summer STEM are OPEN!


    >Naval Academy Summer Seminar offers an opportunity for rising high school seniors to experience the academy for one week. Participants learn about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's future leaders at this four-year college.
    2018 Sessions: June 2-7, June 9-14, June 16-21.

    >Summer STEM is geared toward students currently in 8th, 9th and 10th grade, the Summer STEM residential program will give attendees an opportunity to engage in hands-on math and science activities with our faculty and midshipmen.
    2018 Sessions: June 4-9 for current 8th graders (rising 9th graders) June 11-16 for current 9th graders (rising 10th graders) June 18-22 for current 10th graders (rising 11th graders).

    RI PBS SCHOLARSHIP

    ■The Rhode Island Foundation is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Rhode Island PBS Scholarship.

    In 2017, Rhode Island PBS established the Rhode Island PBS Scholarship. The scholarship offers awards to residents of Rhode Island PBS’ demographic market area who demonstrate promise of a successful career in the fields of broadcasting, communications, and/or journalism.  Students must meet the following criteria to be eligible to apply:

    • Must be a resident of Rhode Island or Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    • Must be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited 4-year post-secondary institution, or currently be enrolled in an accredited 4-year post-secondary institution.
    • Must be able to provide a recommendation letter from a teacher or a professional who can attest to the applicant’s merit towards a successful career in the noted fields
    • Awards are renewable for an additional three years, up to $15,000 annually.

    The deadline to apply is April 06, 2018.  Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

    SPORTS

    ■ Last night was truly a Viking Ladies Night! The girls swim team completed a historic undefeated regular season to capture the regular season title outright. Saturday the girls will look to complete the season with a title at the Division Championship meet. On the court the girls basketball team defeated Lincoln to claim at least a share of the D2 South division title. Playoffs will begin for the girls as early as Friday.

    ■ Tonight girls on the indoor track and field team will compete at the JV State Championship.

    ■ Attention all baseball players: immediately after school tomorrow, February, 14th in the cafeteria will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the baseball team.

    ■ For all girls interested in learning more about the girls lacrosse team there will be an informational meeting tomorrow, February, 14th in the cafeteria immediately following school.

     ■ Unified basketball season is here! It starts the week after we come back from vacation! Keep an eye out during the lunches for students who will be walking around with a sign-up sheet!  We’re looking for partners, athletes, and other students who want to come out and show support!! For any questions about unified, ask Mr. Magner or Mr. Cawley! We look forward to an awesome season, and awesome support! 

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  • MOCK TRAIL

    ■ On Friday, in Providence, the Mock Trial Team was victorious in the first round of the playoffs. The Viking Litigators team consisting of attorney’s Emma Porter, Rose Kutsaftis and Christine Sicilian and witnesses Noah Manuel, Miren Arambarri and Aubrey Baker assisted by Olivia Nunes as rules expert defeated an excellent team from St. Rays. We now move on to the quarter finals.

    GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE

    ■ The Gay Straight Alliance will meet after school Tuesday February 13th in room 810.  This club is open to everyone please come join us.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    Newport Community School will run in the library today. Students participating in manicure Monday’s, drawing with the art museum, senior project workshop, yoga with Miss D. and our language exchange program with Salve please check into the library first. Students participating in Transition to College take bus #3 at dismissal for transportation to CCRI.          

    SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

    ■The applications for the United States Naval Academy's Summer Seminar and Summer STEM are OPEN!


    >Naval Academy Summer Seminar offers an opportunity for rising high school seniors to experience the academy for one week. Participants learn about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's future leaders at this four-year college.   2018 Sessions: June 2-7, June 9-14, June 16-21.

    >Summer STEM is geared toward students currently in 8th, 9th and 10th grade, the Summer STEM residential program will give attendees an opportunity to engage in hands-on math and science activities with our faculty and midshipmen.
    2018 Sessions: June 4-9 for current 8th graders (rising 9th graders) June 11-16 for current 9th graders (rising 10th graders) June 18-22 for current 10th graders (rising 11th graders).

    RI PBS SCHOLARSHIP

    ■The Rhode Island Foundation is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Rhode Island PBS Scholarship.

    In 2017, Rhode Island PBS established the Rhode Island PBS Scholarship. The scholarship offers awards to residents of Rhode Island PBS’ demographic market area who demonstrate promise of a successful career in the fields of broadcasting, communications, and/or journalism.  Students must meet the following criteria to be eligible to apply:

    • Must be a resident of Rhode Island or Bristol County, Massachusetts.
    • Must be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited 4-year post-secondary institution, or currently be enrolled in an accredited 4-year post-secondary institution.
    • Must be able to provide a recommendation letter from a teacher or a professional who can attest to the applicant’s merit towards a successful career in the noted fields
    • Awards are renewable for an additional three years, up to $15,000 annually.

    The deadline to apply is April 06, 2018.  Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

    SPORTS

    ■ For all girls interested in learning more about the girls lacrosse team there will be an informational meeting Wednesday the 14th in the cafeteria immediately following school.

    ■ Attention all baseball players: immediately after school on Wednesday in the cafeteria will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the baseball team.

    ■Girls senior basketball night went as planned! Honor Andrea, Jane, Nyjea, Meg and then go beat Ponaganset. The team will round out their regular season tonight at Lincoln. Playoffs will start Friday!

    ■ RMR hockey also celebrated senior night on Friday recognizing Nick, Cam and Ryan. Unfortunately the team suffered only their second loss of the season, 4-3 to Barrington. Fortunately the group had a short turnaround and were able to get back to winning with a 3-1 victory over North Kingstown Saturday afternoon.

    ■ In North Providence this afternoon the swims have their final regular season meet versus the Cougars. While the boys fine tune themselves for this weekend's Division Championships the girls look to put the finsihes on an undefeated season, a perfect 10-0!

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    ■ Boys basketball gave a good effort last night but it was not enough as the team lost to Shea. Prior to the game the program's six seniors and their loved ones were honored. Thank you and congratulations to Will Gaw, Wil Martins, Trevor Cassese, Austin Gibbs, Isaiah Branch and Tyler Reddick!

    ■ Tonight we have two senior nights! Ladies first, as the girls basketball team will recognize their 4 seniors and then look to put up a win over Ponaganset. Tip-off is 7pm.RMR hockey will hold their senior night prior to an 8:30pm puck drop out at St. George's. Then the team will get into it with recent rival Barrington in a battle for the top spot and potential #1 seed come playoff time. Carpooling is highly suggested for those planning to attend the hockey game.

    ■ Girls hockey is also in action as they will skate tonight versus the Barrington/Mt. Hope/Portsmouth co-op. Tomorrow RMR will be back in action out at Portsmouth Abbey in a 2:30 pm afternoon tilt versus North Kingstown.

    ■ For all girls interested in learning more about the girls lacrosse team there will be an informational meeting Wednesday the 14th in the cafeteria immediately following school.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ SENIORS: get your letter of intents in! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions!

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    MARINE TRADES EXPLORATION WEEK

    For information please contact: k.cusic@herreshoff.org or kerryclarke@npsri.net

    INTERNSHIPS

    For information on the NUWC Internships, please visit: 

    http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

     
    SCHOLARSHIPS
     
    For information or questions regarding the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications please contact: 
    Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org
    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on website www.rifoundation.org
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    ■ Boys basketball ran past Tolman 51-36. Tonight the boys will battle Shea as they try to move closer to claiming a playoff spot. The team will also honor their 5 seniors prior to the game.

    ■ In Scituate the girls basketball team dropped their second straight game, this time to the Spartans. Tomorrow the girls will look to rebound on their senior night.

    ■ Good luck to all the indoor track and field athletes looking to improve their seeding or break into the upcoming state meet at tonight's last chance qualifier meet!   

    ■Today the Rick Hole Fitness Center will be closed. There is no trainer or supervision available.

    ■ For all girls interested in learning more about the girls lacrosse team there will be an informational meeting Wednesday the 14th in the cafeteria immediately following school.

    MOCK TRAIL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet at Hibernian Hall from 3-5 PM today.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm. Come get your homework done!

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ SENIORS: get your letter of intents in! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions!

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    MARINE TRADES EXPLORATION WEEK

    For information please contact: k.cusic@herreshoff.org or kerryclarke@npsri.net

    INTERNSHIPS

    For information on the NUWC Internships, please visit: 

    http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

     
    SCHOLARSHIPS
     
    For information or questions regarding the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications please contact: 
    Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org
    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on website www.rifoundation.org

     

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  • MOCK TRAIL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet at Hibernian Hall from 3-5 PM today.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm. Come get your homework done! Students participating in best buddies check into the library first.

    SCHOLARSHIP

    ■ The Rhode Island Foundation is now accepting applications for the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications.  In order to qualify as an applicant, you must meet the following requirements:

    *Rhode Island minority student who identifies as one or more of the following: Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; Black or African American; Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

    *Currently studying at the graduate or undergraduate level (or are you a high school senior planning to study) any of the following: advertising, business communication, communications, content marketing, digital communication, digital marketing, marketing, marketing automation, marketing strategy, media, public relations, SEM, SEO, or social media.

    Award amounts vary and scholarships may be renewable.

    Deadline for submission is April 20, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. (EST).  

    Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on website www.rifoundation.org

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ SENIORS: get your letter of intents in! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions!

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    SPORTS

    ■ The freshman basketball season came to an end in the playoffs yesterday to the #1 seeded North Providence Cougars 62-45. Congratulations boys on a fine season!

    ■ Tonight girls basketball travels to Scituate and the boys are home to play Tolman.

    ■Today, Wednesday, February 7th, in the cafeteria, immediately following school there will be a quick sign up for any girl interested in playing softball for Rogers this spring.

    ■ For all girls interested in learning more about the girls lacrosse team there will be an informational meeting Wednesday the 14th in the cafeteria immediately following school.

    NUWC INTERNSHIPS

    For more information on the NUWC Internships, please visit: 

    http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

     

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  • SCHOLARSHIP

    ■ The Rhode Island Foundation is now accepting applications for the RDW Group, Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications.  In order to qualify as an applicant, you must meet the following requirements:

    *Rhode Island minority student who identifies as one or more of the following: Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; Black or African American; Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

    *Currently studying at the graduate or undergraduate level (or are you a high school senior planning to study) any of the following: advertising, business communication, communications, content marketing, digital communication, digital marketing, marketing, marketing automation, marketing strategy, media, public relations, SEM, SEO, or social media.

    Award amounts vary and scholarships may be renewable.

    Deadline for submission is April 20, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. (EST). 

    Questions? Contact Kelly Riley, Donor Services Administrator, at 401-427-4028 or kriley@rifoundation.org.

    There are many other scholarship opportunities available on our website www.rifoundation.org

    MOCK TRAIL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet at Hibernian Hall from 3-5 PM today.

    NUWC INTERNSHIPS

    ■Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport offers student internships for high school and university students in:

       1) Undersea Technology Apprentice Program (UTAP) -This program provides summer internships for high school students. The summer sessions allow students to work part time alongside scientists and engineers, gaining valuable insight into working with technology and a real-world application of what students have learned in school.

      2) Naval Research Enterprise Intern Program (NREIP) - This program brings science and engineering students on board for a 10-week summer internship and pays students a stipend. Number of interns varies each year dependent on ONR funding.

    This program provides summer internships for high school students. The summer sessions allow students to work part time alongside scientists and engineers, gaining valuable insight into working with technology and a real-world application of what students have learned in school.  Applications are being accepted through April 13, 2018 for the following high school summer internships (rising sophomores, juniors and seniors). 

    MARINE TRADES EXPLORATION WEEK (February Vacation)

    ■ For the second year, Newport Public Schools has partnered with the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Herreshoff Marine Museum to offer an exciting Marine Trades Exploration Week, to take place over winter vacation, February 19-23 from 8:00am-3:00pm.  With a STEAM focus, students will learn various aspects of the Marine Trades industry through hands-on activities such as woodworking, composites, sail-making and boatbuilding and take interactive field trips to locations such as IYRS, Newport Shipyard and Goetz Composites.  Through the generosity of the van Beuren Charitable Foundation, there is no fee to students or families and daily transportation from designated locations is available at no cost. The program is open to high school students from the greater Newport Area- including Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth & Tiverton. The application deadline is February 13 and space is limited to 10 students so APPLY TODAY!! Contact kerryclarke@npsri.net for more information.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm.  Students participating in senior project workshop and anime club please check into the library first.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ SENIORS: get your letter of intents in! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions!

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    SPORTS

    ■ Poolside yesterday the swim teams said 'thank you' to their 9 seniors: Faye, Marley, Morrigan, Hailey, Katie, Phoebe, Caeli, Olivia and Michael. Then the girls went out and sunk Classical to improve to 9-0! The boys dropped their match to the Purple.

    ■ Last night the girls basketball team suffered a loss at the hands of Juanita Sanchez. The boys team was also defeated by Portsmouth.

    ■ Good luck to our freshman boys basketball team who have a road playoff game versus North Providence.

    ■This Wednesday, February 7th, in the cafeteria, immediately following school there will be a quick sign up for any girl interested in playing softball for Rogers this spring.

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  • MOCK TRAIL

    ■ The Mock Trial Team will meet at Hibernian Hall from 3-5 PM today.

    NUWC INTERNSHIPS

    ■Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport offers student internships for high school and university students in:

       1) Undersea Technology Apprentice Program (UTAP) -This program provides summer internships for high school students. The summer sessions allow students to work part time alongside scientists and engineers, gaining valuable insight into working with technology and a real-world application of what students have learned in school.

      2) Naval Research Enterprise Intern Program (NREIP) - This program brings science and engineering students on board for a 10-week summer internship and pays students a stipend. Number of interns varies each year dependent on ONR funding.

    This program provides summer internships for high school students. The summer sessions allow students to work part time alongside scientists and engineers, gaining valuable insight into working with technology and a real-world application of what students have learned in school.  Applications are being accepted through April 13, 2018 for the following high school summer internships (rising sophomores, juniors and seniors). 

    Please visit:  http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Warfare-Centers/NUWC-Newport/Career-Opportunities/Internships/

    MARINE TRADES EXPLORATION WEEK (February Vacation)

    ■ For the second year, Newport Public Schools has partnered with the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Herreshoff Marine Museum to offer an exciting Marine Trades Exploration Week, to take place over winter vacation, February 19-23 from 8:00am-3:00pm.  With a STEAM focus, students will learn various aspects of the Marine Trades industry through hands-on activities such as woodworking, composites, sail-making and boatbuilding and take interactive field trips to locations such as IYRS, Newport Shipyard and Goetz Composites.  Through the generosity of the van Beuren Charitable Foundation, there is no fee to students or families and daily transportation from designated locations is available at no cost. The program is open to high school students from the greater Newport Area- including Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth & Tiverton. The application deadline is February 13 and space is limited to 10 students so APPLY TODAY!! Contact kerryclarke@npsri.net for more information.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Miss DeCollibus would like to remind seniors that the priority deadline to complete the FAFSA for most universities is March 1st. Please find her this week for assistance. 

    ■ Miss D will also be in the College Room during all three lunches Tuesday and Thursday. Don't forget to stop by! 

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm.  Session three has begun! Today’s programs are Manicure Monday’s, yoga with Miss D, art museum drawing and our language exchange program with Salve. Students check into the library first.

    ■ Students participating in Transition to College take bus #3 at dismissal for transportation to CCRI. Any questions ask Ms. Dugan.

    SPORTS

    ■ Friday night the boys basketball teams were swept on the road in Westerly. At home the girls split with Tolman winning the varsity nightcap. Izzy Booth, Andrea Reddick and Keana McCants all scored in double figures. Tonight the girls' varsity only will host Juanita Sanchez in an early 5pm start. Boys will be on the road again, this time in Portsmouth.

    ■ Saturday in Providence the boys and girls track teams had a tremendous showing at the Class Championships. The boys finished in 2nd and the girls in 3rd! Jianna Peno was a double winner in the shot and weight throw. Julia D'Amore was tops in the high jump. The ladies 4x800m team of Leslie Ortiz, Hannah D'Amore, Lauren Martland and Liza Nunes finished 2nd. For the boys Colton Kenney and the 4x400m relay were winners. Brian Neal had two second place finishes. Ty Medieros, Tyler Strain and the 4x200m relay also top three finishes.

    ■ Saturday in Warwick, RMR kept winning pinning a 9-2 loss on Toll Gate.

    ■Tonight at 6pm come over to the Boys & Girls Club as the swim team takes on Classical and honors the program's 9 seniors!

    ■This Wednesday in the cafeteria, immediately following school there will be a quick sign up for any girl interested in playing softball for Rogers this spring.

     

     

     

     

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  • MARINE TRADES EXPLORATION WEEK (February Vacation)

    ■ For the second year, Newport Public Schools has partnered with the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) and the Herreshoff Marine Museum to offer an exciting Marine Trades Exploration Week, to take place over winter vacation, February 19-23 from 8:00am-3:00pm.  With a STEAM focus, students will learn various aspects of the Marine Trades industry through hands-on activities such as woodworking, composites, sail-making and boatbuilding and take interactive field trips to locations such as IYRS, Newport Shipyard and Goetz Composites.  Through the generosity of the van Beuren Charitable Foundation, there is no fee to students or families and daily transportation from designated locations is available at no cost. The program is open to high school students from the greater Newport Area- including Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth & Tiverton. The application deadline is February 13 and space is limited to 10 students so APPLY TODAY!! Contact kerryclarke@npsri.net for more information.

    CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Last call for Transition to College forms!! See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    ■ Seniors - letter of intents are due! Hard or electronic copies are accepted.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Session 3 sign ups are open. Newport Community School is running art, anime club, yoga, hip hop dance and more!! Sign up with Ms. Dugan in the NCS office.

    SPORTS

    ■ Last night RMR hockey earned their ninth consecutive victory defeating Portsmouth 3 to 2. Rogers own Cam Edward, Dylan Stahl and Riley Cranson all scored.

    ■ Tonight boys basketball travels to Westerly while the girls are home to face Tolman. Please join us for a special pregame recognition honoring Izzy Booth for scoring her 1000 point!

    ■ Tomorrow evening and Providence both the boys and girls indoor track teams will compete in their class championships.

    ■Next Wednesday in the cafeteria, immediately following school there will be a quick sign up for any girl interested in playing softball for Rogers this spring.

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its winter production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon!  This family friendly, free-form comedy, with lots of audience participation, will be performed tonight, Friday February 2nd and tomorrow night, Saturday February 3rd at 7pm each night in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  This fast-paced show attempts to weave together all 209 of the Grimm brothers’ fairy tales into one semi coherent, over the top story.  Tickets will be available at the door for $5 dollars, general admission. Hope to see you all there!

    STUDENT LEADERS PROGRAM

    ■ The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.   A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.   Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

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  • CLASS OF 2018

    ■ Seniors - letter of intents are due! An electronic or hard copy is acceptable.

    ■ Last call for Transition to college forms. See Ms. Dugan if you have any questions.

    CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    SPORTS

    ■ Boys JV and varsity basketball both suffered losses at the hands of Barrington.

    ■ At the freshman girls state indoor track meet the team finished 14th overall. Julia D'Amore was 3rd in the high jump and the 4x400m relay team took 4th.

    ■ This afternoon the swim teams will travel to face Wheeler. All swim team members please remember to pick up your early dismissal slip prior to lunch.

    ■ Tonight RMR hockey will skate with Portsmouth, 7:30pm out at Portsmouth Abbey.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run till 4:15 in the library. Come get your homework done! Students participating in dance please check into the library first.

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its winter production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon! This family friendly, free-form comedy, with lots of audience participation, will be performed on Friday February 2nd and Saturday February 3rd at 7pm each night in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  This fast-paced show attempts to weave together all 209 of the Grimm brothers’ fairy tales into one semi coherent, over the top story.  Tickets will be available at the door for $5 dollars, general admission. Hope to see you all there!

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  Our meeting is scheduled for today, Thursday, February 1st in room 106 immediately after school.  Please check your school email accounts for details about this meeting.

    STUDENT LEADERS PROGRAM

    ■ The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

    A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

    A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

    Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders

    Deadline is February 2, 2018.  For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

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  • CLASS OF 2019

    ■ The Class of 2019 is hosting a 50/50 raffle to help with the cost of prom starting now through Friday, February 16th. The cost is $1 per raffle ticket and $5 for six tickets. The winner will be announced on Friday the 16th before the start of February break so one lucky person will get to go home with some vacation spending money!

    SPORTS

    ■ Last evening in Woonsocket the girls basketball team returned to winning ways defeating the Villa Novans 43-34.  In a rare and special moment our own Izzy Booth eclipsed the 1,000 point barrier. Join us Friday night for a special pre-game recognition of this achievement.

    ■ The freshman boys basketball team ended the regular season with a loss to North Kingstown.

    ■ Tonight the boys basketball team will host Barrington and the freshman girls track and field team will compete in their respective State Championship. Good luck to all!

    ■ Today, Wednesday, January 31st there will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

    NEWPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    ■ Newport Community School will run out of the library today. Students participating in Best Buddies check into the library first.

    DRIVER’S EDUCATION

    ■ The Winters Driver’s Education Classes for Newport County at the East Bay Learning Center will continue on February 1st and 15th.  March dates will be released soon.  Interested students must be at least 15 years and 10 months and can pick up a registration packet in the main office.

    THEATRE COMPANY

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its winter production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon! This family friendly, free-form comedy, with lots of audience participation, will be performed on Friday February 2nd and Saturday February 3rd at 7pm each night in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  This fast-paced show attempts to weave together all 209 of the Grimm brothers’ fairy tales into one semi coherent, over the top story.  Tickets will be available at the door for $5 dollars, general admission. Hope to see you all there!

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    ■ Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  Our meeting is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, February 1st in room 106 immediately after school.  Please check your school email accounts for details about this meeting.

    STUDENT LEADERS PROGRAM

    ■ The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

    A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

    A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

    Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders

    Deadline is February 2, 2018.  For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

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  • ■ The informational meeting for the Clean Ocean Access Art project with this year's upcoming Volvo Ocean Races is first thing this morning, at 9:10 am, period 2 at NACTC room 924.

    ■ Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 31st there will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

    ■ Attention Vikings: This is a reminder that Miss DeCollibus will be in the College Room during all three lunches today, and Thursday. Stop in to get things done! 

    ■ Rogers Freshman boys track competed in the annual freshman state meet at the PTCA. Ian Hall finished 2nd in the shot put with a throw of 41'-7 " and the 4x400 team finished 5th (Angelo Cuevas, Cameron Brown, Knyte Almeida, Michael Phelps) The team finished tied for 12th with 10 points out of 42 schools. Kaiden Medieros, Colin Strain and Anthony Forest all had personal best performances!

    ■ Today there’s lots of basketball action! Girls will play at Woonsocket, freshman boys are home to finish their regular season versus North Kingstown and the varsity and JV boys will be at home tonight against Barrington.

    ■ The Winters Driver’s Education Classes for Newport County at the East Bay Learning Center will continue on February 1st and 15th.  March dates will be released soon.  Interested students must be at least 15 years and 10 months and can pick up a registration packet in the main office.

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its winter production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon! This family friendly, free-form comedy, with lots of audience participation, will be performed on Friday February 2nd and Saturday February 3rd at 7pm each night in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  This fast-paced show attempts to weave together all 209 of the Grimm brothers’ fairy tales into one semi coherent, over the top story.  Tickets will be available at the door for $5 dollars, general admission. Hope to see you all there!

    ■ Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  Our meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, February 1st in room 106 immediately after school.  Please check your school email accounts for details about this meeting.

    ■ The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

    A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

    A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

    Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

    For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

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  • ■ The Winters Driver’s Education Classes for Newport County at the East Bay Learning Center will continue on February 1st and 15th.  March dates will be released soon.  Interested students must be at least 15 years and 10 months and can pick up a registration packet in the main office.

    ■ The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its winter production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon! This family friendly, free-form comedy, with lots of audience participation, will be performed on Friday February 2nd and Saturday February 3rd at 7pm each night in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  This fast-paced show attempts to weave together all 209 of the Grimm brothers’ fairy tales into one semi coherent, over the top story.  Tickets will be available at the door for $5 dollars, general admission. Hope to see you all there!

    ■ The SMILE Program will meet in the library today after school.

    ■ Friday and Saturday nights the hockey teamed piled up two more wins both times using third period outbursts. Friday the team downed Ponaganset 5-1 and Saturday defeated Ponaganset by a 3-1 margin.

    ■ Boys basketball had a furious final minute comeback scoring 10 unanswered points to upset North Providence 61-58. Tyler Reddick, Austin Gibbs, Isaiah Branch, Norberto Colon and Ryan Crowley all played well for the Vikings. The JV team was not as fortunate and were turned aside by the Cougars.

    ■ K'yana Howard, who earned points in four events, helped guide Rogers to a fourth place finish in the Dwyer Division Indoor Track and Field Championship Meet on Saturday. K'yana, finished second in the 55 dash and sixth in the 300. She also combined with ShayNese Butler, Lilly Faulkner and Monique Allen to finish fifth in the 4x200 relay. Howard also helped her 4x400 relay group of Julia D'Amore, Kristina Copeland and Mei-Lin Scott pare 20 seconds off their seed time to place fifth in the 4x400 relay. Kristina Copeland and D'Amore went three-four in the long jump with efforts of (14-10) and (14-7), respectively. Senior Jianna Peno was runner-up in the shot put and led the Vikings to a two-three-four finish in the event. Teammates Ajahnea Greene and Katrielle Hayes finished in the next two spots, respectively.

    ■ Saturday the girls teamed gave up a lead to the host panthers and lost for the first time since December to Johnston.

    ■ Good luck to all of our freshman boys taking part in today's Indoor Freshman State meet.

    ■ On Wednesday, January 31st there will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

    ■ Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  Our meeting scheduled for next Wednesday, January 31, 2018 in room 106 immediately after school is being moved to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, same time and same place.  Please check your school email accounts for details about this meeting.

    ■ Senior Vikings! Please be aware that the last date to apply to URI is February 1st, the last day for RIC is March 15th, and the last day to submit your FAFSA for RIC is February 1st. If you need any assistance with these deadlines please see Miss DeCollibus. We will have a final FAFSA Blitz on the 31st just in time to get you money for School!!!   

    ■ The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

    A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

    A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

    Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

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    • The Rogers High School Theatre Company is excited to announce its winter production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon! This family friendly, free-form comedy, with lots of audience participation, will be performed on Friday February 2ndand Saturday February 3rd at 7pm each night in the Rogers High School Auditorium.  This fast-paced show attempts to weave together all 209 of the Grimm brothers’ fairy tales into one semi coherent, over the top story.  Tickets will be available at the door for $5 dollars, general admission. Hope to see you all there!

     

    • This week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week.  Today’s fact is:

    National Institute on Drug Abuse’s (NIDA) annual Monitoring the Future Survey Shows that about 45% of 12 graders say they have tried marijuana in their lifetime.  This means that most teens have actually never used marijuana.

    About 36% say they have tried it in the past year, and close to 23% say they have tried it in the last month.  Finally, 6% say they use it daily.

    Vikings, make healthy choices!

     

    • Girls and boys swim defeated Smithfield! The girls remain unbeaten while the boys earned their first win of the season.

     

    • Freshman basketball edged Tiverton 50-44. Tonightthe varsity and JV host North Providence. Tomorrow the girls have a road game at Johnston.

     

    • TonightRMR hockey plays North Kingstown at URI. Tomorrow the team will be at St. George's to skate with Ponaganset.   Girls hockey also plays twice this weekend; tonight versus the South County co-op and tomorrow against the LaSalle/Moses Brown team.

     

    • Girls track tomorrowwill compete in the Eastern Division Championships in Providence.

    REMINDERS

    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  Our meeting scheduled for next Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school is being moved to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, same time and same place.  Please check your school email accounts for details about this meeting.

     

    • Senior Vikings! Please be aware that the last date to apply to URI is February 1st, the last day for RIC is March 15th, and the last day to submit your FAFSA for RIC is February 1st. If you need any assistance with these deadlines please see Miss DeCollibus. We will have a final FAFSA Blitz on the 31st just in time to get you money for School!!!   

     

    • On Wednesday, January 31stthere will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

     

    • There will be NO Newport Community School this week and there will be NO 4:15pmlate bus. Good luck on midterms.

     

    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

     

    A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

    A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

    Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

    For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

     

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    • This week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week.  Today’s fact is:  Alcohol is involved in:

                60% of drownings, murders, and deadly burns,

                50% of severe injuries and sexual attacks, and

                40% of deadly driving crashes, deadly falls, and suicides.

    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  Our meeting scheduled for next Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school is being moved to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, same time and same place.  Please check your school email accounts for details about this meeting.

     

    • Girls basketball remains hot as both the varsity and JV teams beat Mt. St. Charles. Izzy Booth and Keana McCants paced the scoring for Rogers.

     

    • Boys basketball returned from Prout with losses in the varsity and JV game.

     

    • Today freshman basketball plays at Tiverton and the swim team will go up against Smithfield.

    REMINDERS:

    • Senior Vikings! Please be aware that the last date to apply to URI is February 1st, the last day for RIC is March 15th, and the last day to submit your FAFSA for RIC is February 1st. If you need any assistance with these deadlines please see Miss DeCollibus. We will have a final FAFSA Blitz on the 31st just in time to get you money for School!!!   

     

    • Project Purple week is this week. We are having a "purple" day tomorrow, Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.

     

    • On Wednesday, January 31stthere will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

     

    • There will be NO Newport Community School this week and there will be NO 4:15pmlate bus. Good luck on midterms.

     

    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

             A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

             A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

             Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

             For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance           Office to pick up a flyer.

     

     

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    • This week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week.  Today’s fact is:

               More than 90 people in the United States die after overdosing on

               opioids every day.

    • Girls swimming returned from Westerly with another narrow 2-point victory. The win keeps the girls undefeated on the season. The boys team was out manned and lost to the Bulldogs.

     

    • Boys basketball lost a battle to Middletown last night. The JVs also ended up on the losing side. Freshman basketball cruised past Mt. Hope. Tonightthe girls are home to take on Pilgrim.

     

    • Boys Track will compete in their Division Championship tonightat 5:30 in Providence.

     

    • On Wednesday, January 31stthere will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

     

    REMINDERS:

    • There will be NO Newport Community School this week and there will be NO 4:15pmlate bus. Good luck on midterms.

     

    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  we will have a meeting on Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school.  Attendance is mandatory.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes if you have a legitimate conflict.

     

    • Project Purple week will be the week of January 22nd. We are having a "purple" day on Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.

     

    • Get on Board - Sail America's Newest Tall Ship, Oliver Hazard Perry from Philadelphia to Newport, June 2nd - 11th (10 days).  Any students grades 9 -11, if you are interested please submit your name to the main office by January 26th.

     

    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

              A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

              A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

              Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

              For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the                        Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

     

     

     

     

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    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!

     

    • Seniors: Remember to turn in your letter of intents and proposals! Seniors presenting this week please arrive 10 minutes early to your presentation, business attire. Any questions see Ms. Dugan.

     

    • Students participating in Transition to College see Ms. Dugan today for transportation information.

     

    • There will be NO Newport Community School this week and there will be NO 4:15pmlate bus. Good luck on midterms.

     

    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  we will have a meeting on Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school.  Attendance is mandatory.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes if you have a legitimate conflict.

     

    • This week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week.  It is a health observance week for teens that aims to shatter the myths about drug and alcohol use.  Each day there will be an important fact shared during the morning announcements.

              Today’s fact is:  Marijuana use makes it hard to remember things that just happened a few minutes ago.  That makes it hard to learn in                    school.  A recent study showed if you begin regular marijuana use as a teen, you can lose an average of 8 IQ points, and you do not get them            back,  even if you stop using the drug.   Go Vikings, make healthy choices!

    • Project Purple week will be the week of January 22nd. We are having a "purple" day on Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.

     

    • Get on Board - Sail America's Newest Tall Ship, Oliver Hazard Perry from Philadelphia to Newport, June 2nd - 11th (10 days).  Any students grades 9 -11, if you are interested please submit your name to the main office by January 26th.

     

    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

               A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

               A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

               Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

               For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the                         Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.

    • On Wednesday, January 31stthere will be a general meeting for all students interested in the sailing team. The meeting will be held immediately after school in the Health room with Coach Rock.

     

    • Fridaynight both the girls and boys basketball teams found victories on the road. Boys squeezed past Moses Brown and the girls held off Chariho. Tonight the boys' host Middletown. JV tips at 5:15 followed by the varsity at 7 pm.

     

    • Yesterday RMR had a slow start against Toll Gate but got it in gear and ended as 5-2 winners.

     

    • Swim teams head to Westerly tonight and the freshman boys basketball team looks for their third straight win on the road versus Mt. Hope.

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, January 18th Announcements

    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!
    • Seniors interested in presenting your senior project early ?? Sign ups for early presentations are located on the NCS door. Presentations are schedule for Tuesday, January 23rd and Wednesday, January 24th after midterm exams.
    • Attention Seniors: Get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due this week. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable.
    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  we will have a meeting on Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school.  Attendance is mandatory.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes if you have a legitimate conflict.
    • Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm.
    • Students participating in dance check into the library first.
    • Last call for Transition to College - classes start next Monday. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due today to Ms. Dugan.
    • For the last two years, Maia Finn has been traveling to the Dominican Republic to assist the needy. After the devastating hurricanes that passed this fall, the residents there are in desperate need of clothing.  Please support Maia’s senior project by donating new or used summer clothing.  The clothes will be delivered when she travels there in February.  A box will be located in front of room 308.  Please contribute by tomorrow, Friday, January 19th.
    • Project Purple week will be the week of January 22nd. We are having a "purple" day on Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.
    • The Viking Litigators Mock Trial team capped off its regular season with a win against Moses Brown. Congratulations to our attorneys; Team captain Emma Porter, Rose Kutsaftis and Christine Sicilian and witnesses Sophie Trapp, David Sigler and Ryan Collum. Olivia Nunes was rules expert. This marks our third consecutive winning season. We are now waiting for the remaining trials in this round to finish, to learn our seeding for the playoffs.
    • Get on Board - Sail America's Newest Tall Ship, Oliver Hazard Perry from Philadelphia to Newport, June 2nd - 11th (10 days).  Any students grades 9 -11, if you are interested please submit your name to the main office by January 26th.
    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

               A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

               A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

              Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

              For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.  

    • Last night at URI the hockey team blanked South Kingstown 3-0. Cam Edward scored a power play goal for RMR while Ryan Rubin and Dylan Stahl added assists on the other goals. With the win the team improves to 7 wins with only 1 loss and 1 tie.
    • In the gym today the freshman basketball team will host Westerly at 3:45pm.
    • The swim teams head to North Providence with a 3:30meet versus the Cougars. All members of the team are reminded to pick-up their early dismissal slips from the Dean's office prior to lunch.

     

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  • Wednesday, January 17th Announcements

    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!

     

    • Seniors interested in presenting your senior project early ?? Sign ups for early presentations are located on the NCS door. Presentations are schedule for Tuesday, January 23rd and Wednesday, January 24th after midterm exams.

     

    • Seniors: Get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due this week. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable.

     

    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  we will have a meeting on Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school.  Attendance is mandatory.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes if you have a legitimate conflict.

     

    • Just a reminder, Miss DeCollibus will be in the College Room Thursdayduring lunch for anyone who needs time to use the chrome books, get assistance with financial aid, or ask questions! 

     

    • Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm.Students participating in best buddies check into the library first. Attention seniors: get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due this week. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable.

     

    • Last call for Transition to College - classes start next Monday. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due today to Ms. Dugan.

     

    • For the last two years, Maia Finn has been traveling to the Dominican Republic to assist the needy. After the devastating hurricanes that passed this fall, the residents there are in desperate need of clothing.  Please support Maia’s senior project by donating new or used summer clothing.  The clothes will be delivered when she travels there in February.  A box will be located in front of room 308.  Please contribute by Friday, January 19th.

     

    • Project Purple week will be the week of January 22nd. We are having a "purple" day on Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.

     

    • Get on Board - Sail America's Newest Tall Ship, Oliver Hazard Perry from Philadelphia to Newport, June 2nd - 11th (10 days).  Any students grades 9 -11, if you are interested please submit your name to the main office by January 26th.

     

    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

                 A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

                 A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8 - 13, 2018.

                 Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

            For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the Guidance          Office to pick up a flyer.  

     

    • Freshman boys basketball were winners versus Toll Gate. Varsity boys suffer the defeat on the road to Juanita Sanchez.

     

    • JV girls basketball lose to West Warwick. Varsity girls with a solid defensive effort turn back the Lady Wizards 40-28.

     

    • Tonight RMR Hockey skates with South Kingstown 8:30pm over at URI.
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  • Tuesday, January 16th Announcements

    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!

     

    • Just a reminder, Miss DeCollibus will be in the College Room today and Thursdayduring lunch for anyone who needs time to use the chrome books, get assistance with financial aid, or ask questions! 

     

    • Seniors interested in presenting your senior project early ?? Sign ups for early presentations are located on the NCS door. Presentations are schedule for Tuesday, January 23rd and Wednesday, January 24th after midterm exams.

     

    • Newport Community School will run in the library today till 4:15pm.Students participating in anime club check into the library first. 

     

    • Attention seniors: Get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due this week. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable.

     

    • Transition to College will start at CCRI in two weeks. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due today to Ms. Dugan.

     

    • For the last two years, Maia Finn has been traveling to the Dominican Republic to assist the needy. After the devastating hurricanes that passed this fall, the residents there are in desperate need of clothing.  Please support Maia’s senior project by donating new or used summer clothing.  The clothes will be delivered when she travels there in February.  A box will be located in front of room 308.  Please contribute by Friday, January 19th.

     

    • Project Purple week will be the week of January 22nd. We are having a "purple" day on Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.

     

    • Attention current juniors who have been inducted into the National Honor Society:  we will have a meeting on Wednesday, January 31, 2018in room 106 immediately after school.  Attendance is mandatory.  Please contact Mrs. Kimes if you have a legitimate conflict.

     

    • The Bank of America Charitable foundation's Student Leaders Program is accepting application for the 2018 Student Leaders program.

              A summer eight-week internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank.       

              A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington DC from July 8-   13, 2018.

              Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.  Deadline is February 2, 2018.  

              For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or come to the                         Guidance Office to pick up a flyer.  

     

    • Fridaythe boys basketball team behind the trio of Tyler Reddick, Isaiah Branch and Ryan Crowley defeated Toll Gate in an exciting back and forth game. The JVs lost to the Titans. Tonight the boys travel to face Juanita Sanchez while this afternoon the freshman boys will be home versus Toll Gate at 3:45.

     

    • Girls Basketball also had a solid all-around team performance to defeat Narragansett. Tonightthe girls are at home versus West Warwick.

     

    • Yesterday the boys track and field team competed in a meet vs Prout and Portsmouth. Rogers beat Prout 87-21 and lost to Portsmouth 61-48. Top 3 finishers were Brian Neal, Colton Kenney, Ghadd Jones, Tyler Strain, Sam Bond, Edward Grafallo, Ty Medeiros, Pete Hebda, Khalil Woodlyn, Graeme Clougher, Nyrell Lockhart and Eldwin Peru.

     

    • Tonight girls track will take on Juanita Sanchez and Hope High School.
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  • Friday, January 12th Announcements

     

    • The Class of 2019 is hosting Winter Ball on Saturday, January 13thin the Rogers Gymnasium. Dress in style and be prepared to dance to the beats of All Star Entertainment. The cost of tickets is $10 and will be sold during lunches up until Friday before the dance. NO tickets will be sold at the door so act fast and buy your ticket today. 
    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!
    • Just a reminder. Miss Decollibus will be in the college room for all 3 lunches today. Come in and use the chrome books to work and check on your applications or just to ask questions!
    • Attention seniors: get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due next week. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable.
    • Seniors interested in presenting your senior project early ?? Sign ups for early presentations are located on the NCS door. Presentations are schedule for Tuesday, January 23rd and Wednesday, January 24th after midterm exams.
    • Transition to College will start at CCRI in two weeks. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due today to Ms. Dugan.
    • Fridaynight attend the boys' basketball game and you can enter for a chance to win a new 2018 Honda Accord courtesy of Saccucci Honda in Middletown! Registration will be open from 5-7pm so get here early.
    • For the last two years, Maia Finn has been traveling to the Dominican Republic to assist the needy. After the devastating hurricanes that passed this fall, the residents there are in desperate need of clothing.  Please support Maia’s senior project by donating new or used summer clothing.  The clothes will be delivered when she travels there in February.  A box will be located in front of room 308.  Pleas contribute by Friday, January 19th.
    • Project Purple week will be the week of January 22nd. We are having a "purple" day on Friday January 26th. We are asking all staff and students to wear purple in support of a drug free way of life.
    • Earlier this week the girls track team won two of three contested meets. the Lady Vikings downed North Smithfield and Wheeler and were defeated by Prout. Monique Allen, Jianna Peno, Julia D'Amore, K'yana Howard and Lily Faulkner were the top performers of the meet.
    • Last night the girls swim team faced their toughest challenge of the season so far from Lincoln. The girls rose up and earned the 2-point victory to remain undefeated. The undermanned boys were beaten by the Lions.
    • Today girls hockey plays at Mt. St. Charles, girls basketball at Narraganset and the boys home to Toll Gate. Saturday girls hockey travels to Burrillville and on Monday the boys track team will match up with Portsmouth and Prout.

     

     

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  • Thursday, January 11th Announcements

     

    • The Class of 2019 is hosting Winter Ball on Saturday, January 13thin the Rogers Gymnasium. Dress in style and be prepared to dance to the beats of All Star Entertainment. The cost of tickets is $10 and will be sold during lunches up until Friday before the dance. NO tickets will be sold at the door so act fast and buy your ticket today.

     

    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!

     

    • Just a reminder. Miss Decollibus will be in the college room for all 3 lunches today. Come in and use the chrome books to work and check on your applications or just to ask questions!

     

    • NCS will run in the library today. Come get your homework and makeup work done. Bus at 4:15is for NCS students only. The RHS late bus will come at 430. Students participating in best buddies please check into the library first.

     

    • Attention seniors: get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due BY JANUARY 15th. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable. Seniors who would like to present their senior project early please turn in all materials this week!  See Ms. Dugan with any questions.

     

    • Transition to College will start in January 2018. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due this Friday January 12thto Ms. Dugan.

     

    • SADD will meet after school today in room 810. We need your voice and input to create our Project Purple Week. Please join us.

     

    • Fridaynight attend the boys' basketball game and you can enter for a chance to win a new 2018 Honda Accord courtesy of Saccucci Honda in Middletown! Registration will be open from 5-7pm so get here early.

     

    • The Mock Trial Team will meet at Hibernian Hall from 3-5 today. we will do a complete dry run of the trial. Our attorney coach will be present."

     

    • Today with National History Day fair in the gym all PE classes are to report directly to the auditorium. 

     

    • Last night the boys track team competed in a dual meet vs Chariho and Westerly. Rogers beat Westerly 73-35 and lost to Chariho 67-42. Some of the top performers were Nyrell Lockhart, Eldwin Peru, Pete Hebda, Edward Garafalo, Ty Mederioes, Brian Neal, Colton Kenny, Ghadd Jones, Tyler Strain and Sam Bond.

     

    • Girls basketball swept Middletown last night with the JVs pulling off the close victory while the varsity rolled past the Islander. Izzy Booth led all scorers with 25 points.

     

    • Today the freshman basketball team will play at Bishop Hendricken. At home the swim teams will host Lincoln at 6pm.

       

       

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  • Wednesday, January 10th Announcements

     

    • The Class of 2019 is hosting Winter Ball on Saturday, January 13thin the Rogers Gymnasium. Dress in style and be prepared to dance to the beats of All Star Entertainment. The cost of tickets is $10 and will be sold during lunches up until Friday before the dance. NO tickets will be sold at the door so act fast and buy your ticket today. 

     

    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!

     

    • Just a reminder. Miss Decollibus will be in the college room for all 3 lunches tomorrow. Come in and use the chrome books to work and check on your applications or just to ask questions!

     

    • NCS will run in the library today. Come get your homework and makeup work done. Bus at 4:15is for NCS students only. The RHS late bus will come at 430. Students participating in best buddies please check into the library first.

      Attention seniors: get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due BY JANUARY 15th. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable. Seniors who would like to present their senior project early please turn in all material this week! See Ms. Dugan with any questions.

      Transition to College will start in January 2018. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due this Friday January 12th to Ms. Dugan.

     

    • The Gay Straight alliance will meet in room 810 after school today. If you are curious about what we are doing please stop by. Everyone is welcome!

     

    • SADD will meet after school tomorrow in room 810. We need your voice and input to create our Project Purple Week. Please join us. 

     

    • Freshman boys basketball had a strong performance and edged Barrington 47-36.

     

    • The girl’s basketball team was also victorious over Exeter/West Greenwich. Tonight the girls head over the city line to tangle with Middletown.

     

    • Boys track heads north to take on southern opponents Westerly and Chariho.

     

    • Fridaynight attend the boys' basketball game and you can enter for a chance to win a new 2018 Honda Accord courtesy of Saccucci Honda in Middletown! Registration will be open from 5-7pm so get here early.

     

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    • The Class of 2019 is hosting Winter Ball on Saturday, January 13thin the Rogers Gymnasium. Dress in style and be prepared to dance to the beats of All Star Entertainment. The cost of tickets is $10 and will be sold during lunches up until Friday before the dance. NO tickets will be sold at the door so act fast and buy your ticket today.  
    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please bring a copy of your acceptance letter to the guidance clerk. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too! 
    • There will be a Viking Voice newspaper today. Tuesday, January 9th. Anyone interested are welcome to join the meeting! 
    • Just a reminder. Miss Decollibus will be in the college room for all 3 lunches today and Thursday. Come in and use the chrome books to work and check on your applications or just to ask questions! 
    • NCS will run in the library today. Come get you homework and makeup work done. Bus at 4:15 is for NCS students only. The RHS late bus will come at 430. Students participating in art please check into the library first. 
    • Attention seniors: get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due BY JANUARY 15th. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable. Seniors who would like to present their senior project early please turn in all material this week! See Ms. Dugan with any questions. 
    • Transition to College will start in January 2018. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! Forms due this Friday 1/12. See Ms. Dugan for more information. 
    • The Gay Straight alliance will meet in room 810 after school Wednesday. If you are curious about what we are doing please stop by. Everyone is welcome! 
    • SADD will meet after school Thursdayin room 810. We need your voice and input to create our Project Purple Week. Please join us. 

     

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    • The Class of 2019 is hosting Winter Ball on Saturday, January 13thin the Rogers Gymnasium. Dress in style and be prepared to dance to the beats of All Star Entertainment. The cost of tickets is $10 and will be sold during lunches up until Friday before the dance. NO tickets will be sold at the door so act fast and buy your ticket today.  
    • NCS will run in the library today. Come get your homework and makeup work done. Bus at 4:15is for NCS students only. The RHS late bus will come at 430.

      Attention seniors: get those resumes and essays in! Letter of intents are due BY JANUARY 15th. A hard copy or Electronic copy is acceptable. Seniors who would like to present early please turn in all material this week! See Ms. Dugan with any questions. 
    • Transition to College will start in January 2018. Come earn 3 FREE college credits and enroll today! See Ms. Dugan for more information. 
    • Today the girls swim team will host Narragansett at the Newport Boys & Girls Club. The meet will begin at 6pm. 
    • Boys basketball will travel to play at East Greenwich. 
    • Attention Seniors: As your acceptances from colleges come in please e-mail a copy of your acceptance letter to Miss DeCollibus or drop off a copy to guidance. These will be used for scholarships and to maintain our ranking among colleges for future Rogers applicants. Even if you don’t plan on attending the school, but were accepted, bring those letters in too!

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  • All,

    Get a summer job. Learn about careers. Meet people.
     
    We're looking for 15 RHS students to take part in a 10 week career exploration opportunity in Newport. FabNewport has teamed up with Pathidi to develop a program where students can truly explore their career potential in our local economy. The course will begin on February 27th and end on May 8th, 2018. It will meet each Tuesday during those weeks from 3:00 to 5:30 pm. 
     
    Students will be offered the opportunity to work with career experts at Pathidi.com in partnership with FabNewport to take career exploration to the next level. They will combine research and site visits, survey tools and personal interviews with working professionals to support students in finding career pathways and a summer job. 
     
    For more information about the program, please contact Steve Heath at 401-439-0160 or email him at steve@fabnewport.org, I have copied him on this email to make contact with him easier.
     
    Students interested in participating should register at https://gosignmeup.com.
     
    This is a great opportunity for our students!
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