2021 RHS Trapshooting Team
Interested in joining the 2021 RHS Trapshooting Team? Are you an RHS student?
If you answered yes, please consider attending one of our virtual sign-up meetings to see what we’re all about. You only need to attend one of the three meetings online and a parent must attend the meeting with you in order to join. We will be using Google Meet through the school district so students will need to use their Chromebooks. The Google Meet nickname is rhstrapteam and it is case sensitive. It can only be used from a school district device and with a student login and password.
Monday February 8th from 7 – 8 PM
Wednesday February 10th from 7 – 8 PM
Monday February 15th from 7 – 8 PM
Please remember that a parent must be in attendance with you in order to join. Attendance will be taken.
Questions? Please contact me at Dirk.Udee@ISD728.org Coach Udee, RHS Trap Team Head Coach
Wondering if the YEARBOOK is happening this year? YES! Last chance to order is Feb 5th for spring guarantee!
Being back at Rogers High School looks very different this year. One thing remains the same, we are all together. The yearbook will also look different this year because events looked different. The yearbook will happen and it will include the events of this historic year! The staff is working hard collecting photos of YOUR homecoming and YOUR first day of school and YOUR sports season. This yearbook will tell the best story of YOUR year. Send your photos to us at email@example.com and don’t forget to buy a book to remember the 2020-2021 year at www.jostensyearbooks.com
**Order before Feb 5th to be guaranteed a book is available in the spring.**
After Feb 5th there are no guarantees as we prepare to submit our book order.
Can’t remember if you purchased a book earlier? Please call 1-877-767-5217 for Jostens customer support. Shaunna Roberdeau, Art Teacher & Yearbook Advisor
Order your 2021 RHS Yearbook today!!! Available NOW on the Jostens website for the 2020-2021 school year.
FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE
Greetings from RHS Health Services!
If your student needs medication throughout their school day that should be kept in the health office, please send on the first day of in-person learning. If you are not comfortable sending medication with your student, please contact the Health Office to schedule an appointment.
Please check that medication has not expired before sending it with your student.
Click HERE to access the Medication Authorization form from the ISD #728 District website. This form will need to be printed, filled out and signed before submitting to RHS Health Office.
If you have questions, please contact:
RHS Health Office 763-274-3147
Health Services Assistant: Mellisa Abrahamson firstname.lastname@example.org
Licensed School Nurse: Lora Benson email@example.com
ISD#728 FOOD SERVICE
ATTENTION STUDENTS!!! BRING YOUR STUDENT ID When returning to school FEBRUARY 16th!!! We need to scan your student ID for lunch.
February 1 - 5th GRAB "N GO IS AVAILABLE from 10:30-12:30
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
FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE
IMPORTANT Upcoming Dates
Feb 15 - No School (Presidents Day)
Feb 24 - RHS Local Scholarship Application OPENS
Feb 25 - Parent/Teacher Conferences
Feb 25 - PSEO Q&A Sessions @ 4:30pm and 5:30pm
March 2 - Parent/Teacher Conferences
March 17 - RHS Local Scholarship Application DUE 12pm
PSEO Information Sessions
Students (and their parents/guardians) who are interested in participating in PSEO (Post Secondary Enrollment Option) for the 2021-2022 school year, are required to view a PSEO video presentation. The information covered in the presentation is essential in understanding the process, requirements, and responsibilities of participating in PSEO courses. Students and parents are asked to view the informational video prior to the optional Q&A sessions.
PSEO Information Video - required viewing prior to enrolling in PSEO courses
PSEO Information Presentation - with links/resources
- Thursday, Feb. 25 @ 4:30pm
- Thursday, Feb. 25 @ 5:30pm
Raising Confident, Independent Children
As kids mature, and need more independence, a parent’s job changes from “fixer” to “consultant,” says Harold Koplewicz, MD, president of the Child Mind Institute. It’s a tricky transition to make, requiring patience, trust and (frankly) restraint. It isn’t easy to watch your kids struggle and make mistakes, particularly when you think you know how to solve their problem or accomplish their task. But in his new book The Scaffold Effect, Dr. Koplewicz explains that giving them room to struggle, and even fail, is crucial to preparing them for adult life.
We are sharing an excerpt from The Scaffold Effect that focuses on raising children who are empowered to grow. How to best support kids while they struggle isn’t always obvious, but Dr. Koplewicz offers a technique he calls “scaffold parenting,” which prioritizes giving kids just enough supportive structure to encourage them to become confident, resilient problem-solvers.
Spring Testing Dates
As of Feb 1, the testing dates for Spring 2021 are:
- MCA Reading - Week of April 5
- ACT - April 13
- MCA Math - Week of April 19
- MCA Science - Week of April 26
AP Late Registration
The deadline for late registration for the 2021 AP exams is March 1, 2021. This is also the deadline for canceling an AP exam and getting a refund. This year only there is no fee for canceled exams. Contact Shane Noecker (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
College & Career Corner
RHS Local Scholarship Program
Any RHS senior planning to attend a technical, community or four year college should apply for the Local Scholarships which will be available on February 24, 2021 on the RHS Scholarships Website. Seniors will also be reminded via Schoology and Campus Messenger when the application is live. Applications will be DUE at 12pm on Wednesday, March 17, 2021.
Virtual College Exploration Opportunities
We all hope that you will be able to visit campuses in person sooner rather than later, but in the meantime, we wanted to share some resources with you to help you start your college search. Check out the links below to “travel” to colleges around the country.
RHS Website: Virtual College Visits - Students can attend a live virtual meeting with our local college admissions representatives. Check the schedule and set a calendar reminder for the meeting day/time with the link.
BigFuture Days: Virtual College Fairs - You can attend any event and more than one. Explore your college options in each region!
NACAC Virtual Fairs - Students may attend as many fairs as they wish! Click to see a list of colleges that will share information about their programs, majors, financial aid, and more on each fair date. Additional colleges will be added throughout the spring.
Corsava - Complete this online card sort activity to discover what matters to you most as you begin your college search. Have fun with the choices as you consider different campus and educational cultures, student resources, extracurriculars, majors, and residential life that resonate with you. This is your chance to reflect on aspects of college you may have never considered before!
Virtual College Tours- Check out these websites to take a virtual video tour of college campuses all around the country. If a specific college you are interested in isn’t listed, try googling “college name” + “virtual tour”.
11th Grade Survey Follow Up
In early December, we sent out a survey to junior students and parents, seeking feedback about what future planning needs and questions. 13% of grade 11 students and 25% of the parents responded to the survey.
Students indicated they wanted more information on the following topics (from most to least requested):
- Financial Aid/Scholarships
- Finding the “right” college for me
- Career Exploration resources
- Standardized Testing information (ACT, SAT)
- How do I even start?
Parents indicated they wanted more information on the following topics (from most to least requested):
- How to find the “right” college for my junior
- Financial Aid/Scholarships
- Career Exploration resources
- Standardized Testing (ACT, SAT)
We also asked about HOW parents and students would like to receive information.
- 97% of parents would like to receive Emails
- 34% would like to access recorded Videos
- 25% would like to use Google Meet
We are preparing materials and presentations for students and parents regarding future planning. Please watch your emails & Schoology for more information as each month we will cover a different topic!
Counselor for the Class of 2022 College & Career Specialist / AVID Coordinator
ACTIVITIES & ATHLETICS
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
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 email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.Thank you for supporting the RHS Construction program and our RHS Construction students!
more IMPORTANT NEWS. . . . .
2020-2021 HONORS ANNOUNCEMENT
Rogers High School
For their production of A Virtual Cabaret
Overall Production - Honorable Mention
Overall Performance - Honorable Mention
Ensemble Performance - Honorable Mention
Student Orchestra - Outstanding
Run Crew - Honorable Mention
Overall Technical Team - Outstanding
Light & Sound Crew - Honorable Mention
Outstanding Performance in a Leading Role - Grey Cuabo as Cosmo, Tony, Ensemble(x2)
Honorable Mention in a Supporting Role - Hannah Heimer as Eliza, Ensemble
Honorable Mention in a Leading Role - Isabella Dickmeyer as Maria, Adelaide, Cunégonde Lydia Deavel as Kathy Seldon, Reno, Ensemble (x2) Ethan Nylin as Cosmo, Don, Candide
**Evaluator Shout-Out Lauren Theisen Aidan Gordon
CHECK OUT THE LATEST edition of RHS Monthly!!
Upcoming: ISD 728 PARENT ED SERIES
FREE VIRTUAL EVENT!
Clearing the Cloud on Vaping Panel Discussion
WHEN: FEBRUARY 22, 2021
TIME: 3:00-4:00 P.M.
Click here: CLEARING THE CLOUD TO VAPINGStudent 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 email@example.com 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.