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Rogers District and Curriculum

Rogers Public Schools has over fourteen thousand students in its PreK-12th grade programs. There are fourteen elementary schools, four middle schools, two high schools, and an alternative school that all follow the District guidelines of providing educational excellence where all belong, all learn, and all succeed. The Arkansas Department of Education provides curriculum guidelines that are based on the Common Core Standards, which have been adopted by forty-five states, as of December, 2012. Additionally, Rogers Public Schools has developed its own curricular guidelines for both parents and teachers which are very detailed. For the K-5 grade levels, there is an overview of what is being covered during six-week periods in the various subjects, what the goals for the unit are, and how parents can participate in their child’s learning. The parent resources state that parental involvement is valued and encouraged. In middle school and high school, there are plans for teachers which specify the course objectives, vocabulary, resources, and materials.

Students in the District speak thirty-seven different native languages. The teacher/student ratio for Rogers Public Schools is 1:16, which is very strong. Rogers Public Schools has five Pre-Kindergarten Centers which provide early learning skills to children who meet eligibility requirements. There are many innovative programs in the elementary schools so Rogers Public Schools’ younger students develop a solid educational foundation including accelerated reader, outdoor classrooms and education, book fairs, school newsletters, awards assemblies, students of the month, parent nights, school stores, and Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students).

We currently cover the following Rogers-area school districts: Rogers Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rogers District Curriculum

The elementary schools have websites with calendars, classroom information, parent newsletters, and parenting tips. In the middle schools, the students are divided into teams so that support can be provided in small group clusters. Class requirements include English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, Physical Education, Art, Music, Computer, Health, Foreign Language, and Career Orientation. The middle schools have websites with calendars, handbooks, and other valuable parent information. Currently, there are two high schools and one alternative school which provide clubs, athletics, spirit, music, and media activities to engage students. Additionally, the school websites have newsletters, parenting tips, college and scholarship information, and volunteer opportunities.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Rogers Educational News

  • New High School Opening - In the fall of 2013, Rogers Public School is opening the Rogers New Technology High School. Students will be able to combine technology, project-based learning, and collaborative work as they participate in a college preparatory environment.
  • High Schools Receive Awards - Both Rogers High School and Rogers Heritage High School were ranked among the top 1,000 high schools in the United States and among the top five high schools in Arkansas in 2012, according to U. S. News & World Report. There are over 26,000 high schools in the United States so for both of Rogers Public Schools' high schools to receive this honor is outstanding!
  • Foundation Supports Schools - The Rogers Public Education Foundation raises funds and awards grants to teachers for materials or classroom needs that are not provided by the District. During the 2011-2012 school year, the Foundation gave over $30,000 in teacher grants.

Rogers Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: How To Handle Bullying

Bullying is very difficult to handle because often children do not tell their parents all of the details when incidents happen. Children are embarrassed or do not want to tattle on others. There are steps that parents can take to try to help their children. 1) Get as much information as possible. Let your child know that you are proud of him or her for trusting you and for telling you the truth, 2) Work with your child to try to solve the problem. Let your child brainstorm possible solutions and guide him or her to come up with reasonable actions, 3) Encourage your child to stay in groups because bullies usually bother children who are alone, 4) Involve your child's teacher if the bullying is happening at school. Often many students are being bullied and the school should participate in solving the problem, 5) If your child is the bully, tell him or her that this behavior is unacceptable. Work on activities to improve your child's self-esteem. Cooperate with your child's teacher so that the bullying can be stopped, Although bullying is a difficult problem, adults must take the responsibility to help kids who are involved.

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