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Rogers Elementary is on the move!
 
School Announcements
Cat in the Hat Day
Students and staff celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss as the Cat in the Hat, Thing 1 and Thing 2 visited classrooms.

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Important Information for the Rogers Science Fair and Mehlville School District Science Fair
Click HERE to view the Science Fair packet for Grades PreK-4.  Click HERE to view the Science Fair packet for 5th grade.  Click HERE to view information regarding the Mehlville School District Science Fair.  If you have any questions, please call the school office.
Jazz St. Louis Musicians to Perform at District Elementary Honors Choir Concert March 26
The Mehlville School District elementary honors choir concert takes place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 26, at the Nottelmann Auditorium.

The concert will feature musicians from Jazz St. Louis, thanks to a special partnership with Mehlville School District.  Music 
teachers held auditions and chose student performers.  Then they began rehearsals Tuesday, February 3.  For information on how to get tickets to the honors choir concert, contact a music teacher at one of the elementary schools.

To see a video about students' first rehearsal, click here.
Get Your Valentine a Helping Heart Gram!

Order your Valentine a Helping Heart fruit snack and raise money for T.A.S.K., a year-round sports, social, and recreation organization for special kids with special needs.

February 9-12 Rogers second grade students will be selling Helping Heart Grams to raise money for T.A.S.K., which stands for Team Activities for Special Kids.

The boxes of fruit snacks are only 50-cents!

Helping Heart Grams will go home February 6.  Fill out the order forms and return them to school along with the money.  Second-graders will collect the grams next week.

To see a video produced by the 2nd graders, click here.
Students Celebrate Colonial Days
Fifth-graders got a blast-from-the-past lesson when they tried their hands at candle-dipping on Friday, Jan. 30. Teacher Lisa Meyer made the exercise part of her American history lesson about the Colonists. The six-week program titled Colonial Fridays was made possible after Meyer won a grant from the Mehlville-Oakville Foundation.

Click here to read more.

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100th Day of School
Students celebrated the 100th and the 101st day of the
school year on Friday, Jan. 23.

Click here to view slideshow of the 100th day of school.

Click here to view slideshow of the 101st day of school. 


 
Marshall the Miracle Dog Inspires Rogers Students
A bonafide movie star visited students at Rogers on Monday, Jan. 12. Marshall is a rescue dog with three legs. And his life will be portrayed in a movie later this year. Principal Dr. Patrick Keenoy said, “We are here to celebrate and learn. Miss Willenbrock and her dog Marshall are here to talk about character, integrity, and a number of positive things.” Click here to read more. Click here to view slideshow. Click here to watch a video.
Holiday Wishes!
Dr. Keenoy has a few words to say as everyone gets ready for the Christmas break.  Click here for his message.
Cookies with Santa
Dr. Keenoy invited a special friend over to Rogers on Thursday night, Dec. 4. The kids enjoyed cookies, crafts and a chance to sit down with Santa Claus. Wow...that Dr. Keenoy has some pretty cool connections! Happy Holidays.

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Kids Night Out
Rogers hosted a Kids Night Out on Friday evening, Nov. 21, where kids got a chance to play games, do arts and crafts work and hang out with their friends. Better yet...parents got a chance to spend some quality time without the kids! Thanks to all who helped make the evening a success.

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JDRF Dodgeball Fundraiser
Rogers is collecting donations again this year to help the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Click here to find out how Miss Wegmann will take on teachers in a special dodgeball game.
Students Honored by Kiwanis Club

On Monday, Sept. 29, five students were honored by the Kiwanis Club of South County for making “great improvements” in one area or another. Congratulations to Tre Allison, 3rd grade; Romello Young, 5th grade; Isabelle Ulozas, 2nd grade; Bryn Lupo, 4th grade; Lauren Manning, 5th grade.

Click here to read more. 
Celebration of Life
Nothing but smiles and laughter on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7, as a Celebration Of Life was held for school custodian Miss Dorothy. Dorothy has spent years working at Bierbaum Elementary and Rogers Elementary. Dorothy wished for two things as she bravely battles cancer--a motorcycle ride with Forder principal Dr. Scott Clark and a party with all who know and love this amazing woman. The afternoon culminated with a huge balloon launch. Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate with Dorothy. Click here to view slideshow. 
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