The correlation is evident:
- Students who attend the daily Google Meets and live lessons achieve substantially higher academic results. On the contrary, inconsistent attendance and participation correlate with inconsistent academic results.
Students who seek support & engage with their teachers see grades increase.
Students who consistently follow a daily schedule/routine have better academic performances than students who do not.
Please see our RHS Distance Learning Helpful Tips
Speech Team is starting soon!!!
The Speech Team is an extra-curricular activity with components of drama, debate, and other activities, all with a fun twist. If you would like to improve your skills in performance, presentation, reading or writing, or just want to be in an activity built around supportive fun, this could be for you. There is no speaking in front of large groups or anything scary, just small groups speaking and performing with and for each other. It is a very safe, enjoyable activity. If you would like more information, please fill out this form and we will be in touch. This is not registration, it just gets you on the email list.
DISTANCE LEARNING ATTENDANCE
Click on this link Attendance / Overview to learn more about how to check in for attendance during Distance Learning. Please contact Veronica if you have any questions. email@example.com OR 763-274-3140 X 1604
ISD 728 Prevention & Safety: Resources for Families & Parents
This amazing resource includes information on Social and Emotional Learning, Mental Health Services and Safety and Prevention including Violence Prevention, Bullying Prevention, Behavior Interventions, Counselors, Social Workers and School Health.
Check it all out here: Resources for Families
RHS Pictures from LifeTouch
Pick up your pictures at the Main Office, Door 1. State your name at the buzzer, and a staff member will bring the packet out to you. We're here from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Order your 2021 RHS Yearbook today!!! Available NOW on the Jostens website for the 2020-2021 school year.
Technology device swaps will be available during meal pick-up times for those who have appointments in advance.
Please call Technology Assistant - Jessica Greenwald - 763-274-3140 Ext. 1770 or email Chromebook Help
The ChromeDepot can answer all of your Chromebook questions ranging from how-to-use questions to service & repair on your school provided Chromebook. We can help you:
-Organize your drive- -Formatting issues- -Assistance with Docs, Spreadsheets, Slides- and more!
There is a cool self-service fix-it link to try on your own ChromeBook Troubleshooting
FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE
From the Health Office...
Continue to report positive Covid Cases: We continue to need to have you report all positive Covid-19 cases to your school’s health office or on this link. We will need to have the positive documentation on record for when we return to school and activities. Please note: Once you have had a positive Covid-19 test, you do not need to be quarantined if you are a close contact of a COVID-19 positive case for 90 days (3 months) after you are released from isolation.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Why do we need to quarantine if we feel good and have tested negative?
A: COVID-19 spreads easily from person to person, so that is why health experts recommend avoiding large crowds and busy places, and staying at least 6 feet away from people you don't live with. When the Minnesota Department of Health guidelines require quarantine for someone, it is because the person has been exposed to the virus. In this situation, the person could be infected and could spread the virus, even though they feel well.
Q: If my family hasn’t gotten flu shots this year, should we still get one?
A: Yes, getting a flu shot this year is particularly important because, like Covid-19, influenza is a respiratory virus and we want to do everything we can to minimize having two respiratory outbreaks circulating simultaneously in our populations.
Anytime you get together with people who do not live with you, even in someone’s home, the risk of getting Covid-19 goes up for everyone.
ISD#728 FOOD SERVICE
January 4, 5, and 6, 2021 at our Elk River, Rogers, and Zimmerman High Schools
We will be using Daily Grab-n-Go service on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the first week of January (details listed below) from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to allow our food service staff time to prepare and assemble items for the ‘Meal Pack’ date on Thursday, January 7, 2021.
Please refer to the meal service calendar below for details.
- Pick up one (1) breakfast and one (1) lunch, per child, per day.
- Meals cannot be consumed on-site due to health guidelines.
- Meals are pre-packaged to facilitate efficient pick-up with minimal exposure.
- Meals are designed for pick-up only. Families should plan to park in the parking lot and enter the school to pick up the meal pack. Curbside delivery is not available for ANY meals due to COVID regulations.
- Please practice social distancing (stay at least 6 feet away from other people) and wear a mask when picking up meals.
- The following items are not available: infant formula, baby food, or other personal care items such as diapers, toiletries, etc.
Meal Pick-Up Locations
- Elk River High School
- 900 School Street, Elk River
- Door F, located at the back of the building, off Jackson Avenue
- Rogers High School
- 21000 141st Avenue, Rogers
- Door 10, located near the main entrance towards the end of the circle drive
- Zimmerman Middle/High School
- 25900 4th Street W, Zimmerman
- Door 10, located at the back of the building
January 7, 2021 at all high schools*.
The ‘Meal Pack’ will be distributed for seven (7) days of meals and available at each location during the early session from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., with a late session pickup at Elk River High School from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
The seven (7) days of meals provided during this ‘Meal Pack’ pickup date includes seven (7) breakfast and seven (7) lunch meals to cover all school day meals through January 15, 2021 (there is no school on 1/18). Student meal service for Distance Learners will return in the Daily Grab-n-Go model on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 to coincide with the return to in-person learning for some students. Please refer to the meal service calendar for details.
*If the evening pick up is the ONLY time available to you, you may pick up a meal at the high school location that is open, no matter what community your student attends. For example, a student from Rogers Elementary is welcome to grab a ‘Meal Pack’ from Elk River on January 7, 2021. Service is limited to (1) one ‘Meal Pack’ per child, per week. You may be asked to provide a child’s name and age at the time of pick up.Please refer to the meal service calendar below for details.
FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE
College & Career Corner
When you hear the word “apprentice,” what do you think of?
Do you think of medieval times with knights and blacksmiths in training hammering hot metal swords on an anvil? Or do you think of Jedi Knights in Star Wars training padawans?
While the term apprentice is oftentimes referenced in historical or fantasy books and movies, the pathway to becoming an apprentice in the field of construction is a very real and legitimate form of education and training that sets young people up for a lifetime career.
Check out these SIX STEPS TO A CONSTRUCTION APPRENTICESHIP IN MINNESOTA
ACTIVITIES & ATHLETICS
RHS STORAGE SHEDS
Out of Storage Space? Let the RHS Construction students help you!Purchase the shed material from the local home improvement store of choice and let the RHS Construction program erect the building. To meet curriculum requirements, shed dimensions are 8' wide x 12' deep or 10' wide x 12' deep. Both have 8' high walls that offer over 750 cubic feet of storage space. Each shed includes a 36" x 36" vinyl-clad window and a 6' x 7' steel roll-up garage door providing ample light and a door large enough for your riding lawn mower, patio furniture, and other seasonal items. Textured, pre-primed LP SmartSide, and cedar trim allow the owner to paint or stain using your chosen color. The owner selects the color of architectural roof shingles and other finish/material options available. New shed construction will begin in early February 2021 at the start of the Construction course.For more information or to reserve your spot, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.Thank you for supporting the RHS Construction program and our RHS Construction students!
more IMPORTANT NEWS. . . . .
Rogers High School NHS and DECANHS and DECA joined together to make Tie Blankets for Children's Hospital in Minneapolis.Students worked in groups to create the blankets and 4 students went to Children's Hospital to drop off 144 total blankets, a new record in tie blanket donations for RHS!!CHECK OUT THE LATEST edition of RHS Monthly!! https://youtu.be/BHxNh5-jGH4
Upcoming: ISD 728 PARENT ED SERIES
Starting January 25, 2021, ISD 728 will be offering a virtual Parent Ed series on a variety of topics ranging from mental health to vaping to substance abuse to social emotional learning skills.
The first session will be on January 25th at 3 pm.
A flyer will be published after the first of the year with a link to attend. The topic is "How to Help Your Student Cope with Anxiety and Stress." February's session will be a panel on Vaping!Student Travel to Panamá in 2022!This is an opportunity for students taking Spanish to explore new cultures and use their language skills! In June of 2022 students from RHS will travel to Panama! Any student in Spanish 1-3 can attend! We will have a virtual informational meeting on Thursday, December 3rd at 7pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested!Gracias,Señora Erin Olson
RHS 2021 Yearbooks on sale now! Buy now before prices go up! Click here and order from Jostens or go to the Rogers High School website.
RHS Main Office: 763-274-3140
RHS Attendance: 763-274-3140 x1604
ISD #728 Attendance Line: 763-241-3555
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At Rogers High School we educate, inspire and empower through developing positive relationships, pursuing excellence, seeking diversity, and building futures.
Our 7 Core Values
We BELIEVE that...
1 ALL people have value. 2 Valuing and respecting differences strengthens the individual and the community. 3 People thrive when they feel connected, supported and affirmed. 4 Everyone can learn. 5 Hope inspires and empowers. 6 Lifelong learning is essential for personal growth. 7 Change is an opportunity for growth.
If you know your students upcoming appointments, vacations, sporting events, or other special events, please inform the attendance office. Feel free to call, email, or send a note with your student. We will contact you if we have any concerns.