Message from your Principal

Welcome to Rogers Elementary!
Posted on 05/23/2024

Dear Rogers Families,

As our scholars have just left the school for their well-deserved summer break, I am writing to express my gratitude to all of you for your support throughout this school year. Your role as parents and guardians, along with your involvement, encouragement, and partnership, has been instrumental in making this year a successful and enriching experience for our students.

We have accomplished much together, from academic achievements to memorable field trips and school events. Witnessing our scholars grow, learn, and thrive under the guidance of our dedicated teachers and staff has been a source of immense joy and pride. Your commitment to their education and well-being is truly appreciated.

Congratulations to our 5th graders who are transitioning to middle school. We wish you much success in this next exciting chapter of your educational journey. To all the families who have been a part of the Rogers community and are now moving on to middle school, thank you for your years of support and involvement. We will miss you and always cherish the memories we've made together.

As we transition into the summer months, I encourage you to continue fostering a love of learning at home. Whether through reading, exploring nature, or engaging in creative projects, there are countless opportunities to keep the spirit of curiosity and discovery alive.

Please take this time to relax, recharge, and enjoy quality moments with your family. We eagerly look forward to welcoming our scholars back in the fall, ready to embark on another exciting year of growth and learning.

Thank you once again for your support and partnership. I wish you a joyful and safe summer break!

Your partner in education,


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