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  • JANUARY 2020

  • ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • heads up NO SCHOOL
    January 20th - Martin Luther King Day

    January 27th - Teacher Workshop Day

    Parking Information
    Going forward there will be no student parking at the Ice Arena. Please park in the designated student lots. These include the main lot, the Performing Arts Center lot, and the designated areas within the Rogers Middle School parking lot.

                   1st Semester Final Exam Schedule
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  • COLLEGE AND CAREER

  • EPIC Field Trip for Interested Sophomores

    Sophomores at Rogers High School are invited to participate in a field field trip attending a career exploration event at St. Cloud Technical and Community Center on Friday, February 28, 2020.  This EPIC (Exploring Potential Interests & Careers) event is different from a standard career fair, and will offer high-quality hands-on activities facilitated by women and men who work in a variety of career fields.

    Students will engage in intense, interactive, learning experiences that allow the student to “try-on” a career. Industry/business and higher education academic partners will be collaborating to create the student experience within their career field.  The focus will be on depth and breadth of career clusters as it relates to educational options and workforce needs of the region.  

    A group of students attended last year, and had a great time learning about all kinds of careers! There are limited spots available.  Please sign up in the Counseling Office to reserve your seat.

    Career Areas Include:
    Marketing, Sales & Service
    Business, Management, Administration & Finance
    Hospitality & Tourism
    Education & Training
    Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
    Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications
    Agriculture & Natural Science
    Manufacturing & STEM
    Transportation
    Health Science
    Architecture & Construction
    Government & Public Administration

    PSEO Planning Sessions

    Any RHS 10th or 11th grade student who is considering PSEO next year, should attend one of these important planning sessions in February.  Students who are currently enrolled in PSEO, you do not need to attend.

    These information sessions will review the requirements and application process for PSEO (Post Secondary Enrollment Options) for high school students.  Please register for a full schedule at RHS during registration, and your schedule will be adjusted in the spring, after your PSEO application is completed.  Counselors will not be holding individual meetings regarding PSEO prior to attending a PSEO Planning Session.

    Sign up HERE

    Career Exploration Fair - Grades 9-12

    Monday, February 24th, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
    Handke Center Gym Door 5

    This Career Exploration Fair can help you discover career options and point you in the right direction!  Gather information and talk with professionals in a variety of fields including education, science and engineering, parks and recreation, public services, health care, large and small business, military, technology, law enforcement, marketing and communication, finance, accounting, law, transportation and more.  You can also get information about job shadowing opportunities. Admission is free, but please RSVP at www.isd728.org/Career-Fair-2020.

    PrepStar ACT Math Mania

    Click HERE for more information about the PrepStar ACT Math Mania class offered by Community Education in January. The class is geared toward math students who may be struggling and need help prepping for the ACT exam.

    ZAP the ACT - Test Prep Course

    ACT test scores are widely used in college admission and scholarship decisions.  In this workshop, students will learn strategies for improving in all four sub-tests, take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience and get suggestions for individualized study.  Seminars are designed to help students do their personal best on the ACT. A study guide and practice tests are included. Students should bring a calculator and two pencils.  

    The fee for each course is $94.  Register with ISD 728 Community Education.  

    • Mon/Tues March 9 & 10, 3:00-5:30pm @ RHS
    • Wed/Thur March 11 & 12, 3:00-5:30pm @ ZHS
    • Wed/Thurs March 11 & 12, 6:30-9:00pm @ ERHS

  • TESTING

  • There are many testing opportunities at Rogers High School. Some are required, while others are optional. Please use the links below to learn more about the different exams, resources and registration information.

    ACT (Juniors)
    All Juniors will be taking the ACT for FREE on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, and are automatically registered for the test by the school district. No online registration for this test date. Click here for further information on additional ACT testing opportunities. See ACT website for registration deadlines.

    Practice ACT (Juniors)
    On February 29, 2020 students will have the opportunity to take a practice test designed to prepare them to take the ACT, an entrance exam for most 4 year colleges. The practice test is open to any student, but juniors are encouraged to take this exam to help prepare for the official ACT they will take on March 24th, 2020. Click here for further information. Deadline for registration is January 31, 2020.

    PreACT (Sophomores Only)
    On March 24, 2020, 10th grade students will have a Digital Learning Day. One of their options will be to take the PreACT exam at Rogers High School for a fee. Click here for further information.

    Advanced Placement Exams 2019-2020
    Below are the dates for AP Exams. Each AP Exam is given only once, so students need to make sure they put exam dates on their calendars. Please contact Shane Noecker at shane.noecker@isd728.org if you have any questions about exam dates or registration. The absolute final day to make changes to exam registrations for courses that meet during first semester is November 8 at 12 p.m., after which there is a $40 change/late fee.

    AP Proctors Needed!

    Proctors are needed for this year's Advanced Placement Exams, which will be administered May 4th-15th. If you are a responsible adult(no high school students permitted) - you are qualified to proctor the AP Exam. Duties include reading instructions, supervising the exam, and maintaining the security of testing materials. Proctors are compennsated by the hour. Parents are encouraged to apply, though proctors cannot supervise testing rooms where a relative is testing. The AP proctor position will be posted to the ISD 728 website in February and interviews will be conducted in March. If you are interested in proctoring, please email Shane Noecker (shane.noecker@isd728.org). 

     

    Date Exam Start Time AP Exam
    Monday, May 4 7:30 AM AP US Govt. & Politics
    Tuesday, May 5 7:30 AM AP Calculus AB & BC
    Tuesday, May 5 11:30 AM AP Human Geography
    Wednesday, May 6 7:30 AM AP English Lit & Comp (Gr 12)
    Thursday, May 7 7:30 AM AP Chemistry
    Thursday, May 7 11:30 AM AP Physics
    Friday, May 8 7:30 AM AP US History
    Friday, May 8 11:30 AM AP Computer Science A
    Monday, May 11 7:30 AM AP Biology
    Wednesday, May 13 7:30 AM AP English Lang & Comp (Gr 11)
    Thursday, May 14 7:30 AM AP World History
    Thursday, May 14 11:30 AM AP Macroeconomics
    Friday, May 15 11:30 AM AP Statistics

  • Just Don't Do It

    The Rogers DECA Chapter Community Awareness Project this year is the Just Don’t Do It Campaign. The Just Don’t Do it Campaign is an anti-vaping campaign centered around the prevention of vaping in young adolescents and teens. The goal of the campaign is to prevent vaping, as well as help people find healthier alternatives that can help them quit. The next upcoming event in the campaign is the Escape the Vape Elementary school tour. We will be collaborating with the Sherburne County SUP Coalition, as well as local law enforcement to teach elementary and middle school-aged children about the harms and dangers that come along with vaping.


  • ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

  • Register Online Today!
    SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
    Visit gorogersroyals.com/online-registration.

    All students participating in sports require a sports physical on file. Updated physicals are required every 3 years or as stated by physician. Physicals must be current for the entire season. Your student’s physical date on record can be verified in Parent Portal (under student’s name, health tab).

    One Act Play

    The One Act Play this year is Puppet Master, it is a play about high school rumors and the negative effects they can have.

    Sub-Sections performances are on Saturday, January 25th at Rogers High School, PAC. Schools competing are Anoka, Andover, Maple Grove and Osseo.

    Please join the One Act cast and crew on Wednesday, January 29th, at 7:00pm., as they perform the Puppet Master. The cost is a free will donation that will support STAAR, Student Theatrical Arts Association of Rogers (our booster club). Hope to see you there!

     

     

    Rogers Dance Team 

    The Rogers Dance Team presents a Friends and Family Showcase featuring the Rogers and Elk River Dance Teams. It will be held Tuesday, January 7th, at 6:30pm in the Rogers High School Gymnasium. Admission is free with a non-perishable food donation for C.R.O.S.S.

     

     


  • PHOTOS OF THE MONTH

  • Check out the Photos of the Month! 
    Students in Academic and Social Skills Transition classes braved the cold and snow to volunteer on Friday, December 13th to ring bells for the Salvation Army. 
    Pictured are Dalton Vanderlinden, Tess Babinat-Nelson, and Wes Rothi
    Staff: Christine Kemper and Randi Oelke
     
    This past summer, a few RHS students in the DECA Chapter helped out with Live to Give. Live to Give is an amazing Survivor-based cherity event!
     





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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.

Attendance Corner

  • If you know your students upcoming appointments, vacations, sporting events, or other special events, please inform Veronica Donatelle in attendance. Feel free to call, email, or send a note with your student. We will contact you if we have any concerns.

    Attendance Line: 763.255.3555

    Veronica Donatelle
    Attendance Secretary
    763.274.3140 x1604
    veronica.donatelle@isd728.org


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Calling All Volunteers!

  • volunteer

    At RHS we have a variety of ways you can get involved.

    • Supervise Lunches 10:40am-12:30pm
    • This can be customized to your schedule. Help out daily, weekly or monthly
    • Field Trip Chaperones
    • Prom (April 18)
    • Awards Night (May 4)
    • RHS Family Fun Fest (May, TBD)
    • We need A LOT of volunteers!
    • Other: Contact me when help is needed

    If interested in volunteering your time, please email Quinn Stull at quinn.stull@isd728.org. The students and staff at RHS would greatly appreciate any help you can provide.


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