4th Annual RMS History Fair

The Social Studies Department at Rogers Middle School hosted its fourth annual Upper Middle School History Fair. Held in the middle and high school’s shared library over the course of three days, this fair was a celebration of academic and creative excellence.  The essential purpose of the event is to showcase our students’ research, writing…

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RHS Summer School Information

Register for Summer School at the RHS Guidance Department, June 15th – June 29th, 8AM – 3PM. Information regarding classes, tuition, scheduling, and registration forms can be found at: 2018 Summer School Registration For any additional information, please contact our Summer School Coordinator, Margie Black at mblack@rocklandschools.org or (781) 871 – 8410 x 4119  

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Zoey Brings Joy to Children

Last fall, when Rockland’s Memorial Park Elementary School principal, Janice Sheehan asked her staff what special interests or abilities they could share with their students, speech and language pathologist, Ruth Ann LoSciuto’s first thought was of her dog, Zoey. She and her three year old Goldador (Golden Retriever and Labrador Retriever mix), Zoey, work as…

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Memorial Park Third Graders Make Way for Ducklings

Memorial Park teacher, Michele Bissonnette, gave her third graders a first hand opportunity this spring to learn about egg-laying animals by hatching four ducklings. She explained, “We were reading and exploring informational texts on animals and life cycles when we hatched our ducklings. My third graders gathered information on how long different eggs took to…

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Ben Franklin Visits Grade 5

Ben Franklin came to visit the 5th graders at the John W. Rogers Middle School on Thursday, May 31st. Ben shared his stories of growing up in Boston, moving to Philadelphia, as well as his experiments and his inventions with the students.  A grant from the Rockland Education Foundation paid for this exciting performance which…

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Students, Families Learn About ALICE Active Shooter Response Program

In perhaps the most telling representation of the requirements of the modern world, kindergartners from Rockland's Jefferson Elementary School read the book, "I'm Not Scared, I'm Prepared," an ALICE training book for children by Julia Cook. From left to right: Cillian O'Connor, Lily Kopycinski, Logan Cummins, and Paige Morse from Denise Creedon's Kindergarten class. (Courtesy Photo Rockland Public Schools)

ROCKLAND — Principal Michelle Scheufele reports that approximately 50 families attended the first-ever Jefferson Elementary School ALICE information night in late May, as the Rockland Public Schools complete its roll-out of the training protocols for all employees and students district-wide. ALICE, which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate, is a training that helps prepare individuals to handle…

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Rockland High School Environmental Team Wins Awards at Envirothon

The Rockland High School Environmental Club recently took part in their third Massachusetts Envirothon. This year the event took place on May 18 at Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park in Uxbridge, Mass. Rockland was one of 27 schools to compete. The Rockland Team, coached by RHS science teacher Angela Armstrong, included: Jad Bendarkawi, Sean…

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