The results are in! The 2023 prom theme, chosen by our scholars, will be the Lantern Festival/Tangled theme! There was a lot of interest in whichever theme was picked that it also be masquerade, so that is also the plan. Wearing a mask is, of course, optional.
Beta Club Members: Due to the AMI days, we must have our meeting next Thursday (Feb.2) during lunch. We will meet again at the end of February to make up for this delay. Agenda: Hours due this quarter Probation– How do you know if you’re on it? What to do to get off probation Volunteer opportunities this quarter Grade check
Beta Club Members: Please plan on coming to a full Beta meeting this Thursday (Jan. 26) during lunch. It will be our only meeting during January. Agenda: Hours due this quarter Probation– How do you know if you’re on it? What to do to get off probation Volunteer opportunities this quarter Grade check
Prom is approaching! I need a few junior and senior scholars who would like to be on the Rogers campus prom committee. You would help brainstorm prom themes, fundraisers, and potential DIY decorations. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day Thursday (Jan. 19) if you are interested in being on the committee! Only juniors and seniors
¡Hola a todos! Spanish Club is hosting a sweatshirt day Thursday, Jan. 19. The cost is $3. Please only school-appropriate sweatshirts and no hoodies. ¡Gracias!
Hey everyone! The November Beta Club meeting for all members is this Friday, Nov. 18 after school in room 322. Note: If you have an excused absence for any Beta meeting, please email me at email@example.com and copy our secretary–firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
The Food Drive will be extended by another week. It now ends on Nov. 4! Thank you for much for your support. Support our community by bringing nonperishable food (Oct. 24-Nov. 4). The first block class with the most donations by Nov. 4 will win a doughnut party! All food donations will go to Feed Rogers. Follow the competition on
Support our community by bringing nonperishable food next week (October 24-28). The first block class with the most donations will win a doughnut party! All food donations will go to Feed Rogers. Follow the competition on leaderboard (3rd floor) all week! Examples of shelf-stable foods: Canned Tuna and Chicken Canned vegetables (no salt) Canned Fruit light Syrup Whole Grain cereal
There will be a full Beta Club meeting during lunch on Friday, Oct. 21 in room 322. See you then!
Hey! If you’re a member or prospective member of Beta Club, please come to Ms. Glover’s room this Thursday during lunch for a meeting.