Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted November 3, 2016 The Book Fair will be from Tuesday, November 15th-18th Family Night- Wednesday, November 15th @ 6-8pm This year Roland Rogers will offer a Book Fair Family Night! Come out and bring the family and shop for your favorite books! Please help support Roland Rogers  School and come out for a great night with the family! Attending and purchasing items from the book fair is a great way to support Roland’s library and classrooms. Besides raising money, the Book Fair gives students access to books and makes reading a positive experience. Children are more likely to read the books they personally get to choose. It’s one of the best ways to motivate kids to read more. The more time children spend reading, the stronger their reading skills are. And strong reading skills are the pathway to succeed in school and in life. Reading is the most powerful skill of all! Family involvement in literacy activities has a strong impact on a child’s educational achievement. *Credit cards now accepted throughout the entire Book Fair. .
© Roland Rogers Elementary School
www.RolandRogers.info
105 S. Reeds Road, Galloway, NJ 08205         
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Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted November 1, 2016 Here are the results of the 2016 Roland Rogers LIVE Presidential Election Hillary Clinton is the Winner of the 2016 Roland Rogers LIVE Presidential Election. She had the most popular votes and more importantly had over 270 electoral votes to secure the win. The states of Alabama, Florida, and Nebraska required a coin flip since there was a tie between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and there were no absentees.  Hillary received all of Alabama’s and Florida’s electoral votes with the win of the coin flip.  Clinton and Trump split Nebraska.  A coin flip decided Hillary receiving 3 electoral votes and Trump receiving 2 electoral votes.  The state of Texas is still undecided.  There was a tie between Hillary Clinton and Gary Johnson.  A lone student who was absent today will decide the winner tomorrow or the need for a coin flip if he doesn’t choose Clinton or Johnson.The tie was decided by a coin toss. Hillary Clinton wins Texas. Clinton won in a landslide.  Trump won Arizona, Delaware, and Wyoming and split Nebraska. Johnson won New York and West Virginia, Stein won Louisiana and Montana. Popular Votes: Clinton 331, Trump 155, Johnson 86, Stein 38 Electoral Votes: Clinton 474, Trump 19, Johnson 34, Stein 11 You can see the Live Results, Classroom Counts, Videos about the Electoral College, and Resources at this link.
Click Here for LIVE RESULTS Election Headquarters: Roland Rogers Library Students and Staff will be voting in our mock election. Live results can be seen throughout the day to track the election. Popular votes will be updated every minute while Electoral votes will be posted every 30 minutes. We will announce who won the popular vote and the electoral vote at the end of the day. The candidate that gets the most votes in each classroom gets all the electoral vote for that classroom. All classrooms have been assigned different states. There are 538 electoral votes in all. The candidate that wins 270 or more electoral votes will be declared the winner. In the case of a tie in a classroom, we will do a coin flip of all students were present or we will go to absentee ballots to see if the tie can be broken. Students and staff absent on Election Day can vote on Wednesday, November 2nd
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted October 27, 2016 As the holiday season approaches, the staff and students at Roland Rogers are preparing to help families in need of assistance.  The Student Council is requesting your help.  The following is a list of items needed.  Please discuss this with your students.  I will have copies in your mailbox and ready for distribution.  For convenience we have broken it down by grade level: Kindergarten Brownie Mix or Cake Mix and Icing or Corn Bread Mix Grade 1 Stove Top Stuffing Instant Mashed Potatoes Grade 2 Cranberry Sauce Canned Yams Grade 3 Canned Green beans Canned Corn Grade 4 Canned Peaches Apple Sauce Grade 5 Plastic Bottles of Apple Juice Turkey/Chicken gravy Grade 6 Canned carrots Canned peas
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted October 20, 2016 Friday, October 28th Roland Rogers will be having a Fall Festival Masquerade Parade! The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. In preparation for this parade, we are asking your assistance and cooperation when it comes to your child’s costume. Please note the following: No Weapons, Toy Weapons or Look-A-Likes. Students are no longer permitted to arrive at school wearing costumes. Students cannot wear their costumes during the school day, therefore; they must have a change of clothing or wear their costumes over their clothes. Students can wear face paint applied by their parents. Students are not permitted to apply face paint or make-up to other students. Masks cannot be worn on the bus (students can carry their masks to school). We ask for a positive image, as opposed to anything that portrays violence of any sort. In order to provide a safe environment for your children, we ask that parents and family friends come to the parade in costume use good judgment and please do not wear a mask. Roland Rogers’ faculty and staff members cannot apply face paint or make-up on students. PARADE PARTICULARS: The children will be parading through the bus loop in front of the school only.  We are asking all parents to gather on the sidewalk in front of the school to view the parade.  Please do not gather in the street where the parade will take place. AFTER THE PARADE: After the parade, students will resume their regular school activities (class, lunch, specials, etc…) In the afternoon, teachers will be making arrangements for classroom gatherings. Teachers will send home notices with their students. IN CASE OF RAIN: Parade for Grades K-3 will take place at 9:15am in the gym. Parde for Grades 4-6 will take place at 10:00am in the gym. CLASS PARTIES: Class parties will take place during the hours of 12w:30-2:30 p.m. Teachers will send home information regarding their parties and times. PARKING: (12:30-2:15) Roland families will be permitted to park in the bus loop until 2:15 p.m. PARENT PICK-UP/EARLY SIGN-OUT Parents attending afternoon parties can sign their children out (if they choose) at the conclusion of the class party.  Sign-out will take place in the main foyer.   .
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted October 17, 2016

Make a Difference Day

We are having our Roland Rogers Annual Make-A-Difference Day.  The Walk-A-Thon is on Thursday, October 20th @9:15-11:15am to benefit Family Promise of Atlantic County, who give homeless children and their families in Atlantic County hope, stability, and a future. Rain Date: Monday, October 24th We are walking in support of Family Promise of Atlantic County.  FPAC is a nonprofit organization committed to helping low-income families, with children, achieve lasting independence.  FPAC is the only organization in Atlantic County that can meet this need.  Networks of congregations and volunteers meet homeless families’ immediate needs for shelter, meals, and support.  No fee is ever charged for any of FPAC’s services to the families. FPAC is financed through grants, partnerships, fundraising, events and donations.  Homeless children have indicated homelessness had a significant impact on their education, making it hard to stay and do well in school. We will be accepting donations through Friday, October 28th.  Checks can be made out to “Family Promise of Atlantic County“. All Kindergarten through sixth grade students and staff will be involved. Kindergarten will walk 1 mile. First & Second grade students will walk 2 miles. Third & Fourth grades will walk 3.5 miles. Fifth & Sixth will walk 5 miles. Parents are welcome and encouraged to walk with us. Please help us “Make a Difference” Yolanda Gwathney & Ryan Flick P.E. Teachers Roland Rogers School .
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted November 3, 2016

Student Council Meeting Dates

September 13th- Letters of Interest Due September 29th – 1st Meeting “Kick-Off” October 28th – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) Thanksgiving Drive Prep November 30th – Meeting (Thanksgiving Drive) December 8th – Meeting/ Holiday Party (Winter Concert 12/12) January 31st – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) February 28th – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) March 31st – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) April TBA May 25th – End of Year Party Meetings are subject to change. Additional meetings will be added as needed. .
Designed by: Jose Diaz
© Roland Rogers Elementary School
www.RolandRogers.info
105 S. Reeds Road, Galloway, NJ 08205         
FSA
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted November 3, 2016 T he Book Fair will be from Tuesday, November 15th-18th Family Night- Wednesday, November 15th @ 6-8pm This year Roland Rogers will offer a Book Fair Family Night! Come out and bring the family and shop for your favorite books! Please help support Roland Rogers  School and come out for a great night with the family! Attending and purchasing items from the book fair is a great way to support Roland’s library and classrooms. Besides raising money, the Book Fair gives students access to books and makes reading a positive experience. Children are more likely to read the books they personally get to choose. It’s one of the best ways to motivate kids to read more. The more time children spend reading, the stronger their reading skills are. And strong reading skills are the pathway to succeed in school and in life. Reading is the most powerful skill of all! Family involvement in literacy activities has a strong impact on a child’s educational achievement. *Credit cards now accepted throughout the entire Book Fair. .
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted November 1, 2016 Here are the results of the 2016 Roland Rogers LIVE Presidential Election Hillary Clinton is the Winner of the 2016 Roland Rogers LIVE Presidential Election. She had the most popular votes and more importantly had over 270 electoral votes to secure the win. The states of Alabama, Florida, and Nebraska required a coin flip since there was a tie between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and there were no absentees.  Hillary received all of Alabama’s and Florida’s electoral votes with the win of the coin flip.  Clinton and Trump split Nebraska.  A coin flip decided Hillary receiving 3 electoral votes and Trump receiving 2 electoral votes.  The state of Texas is still undecided.  There was a tie between Hillary Clinton and Gary Johnson.  A lone student who was absent today will decide the winner tomorrow or the need for a coin flip if he doesn’t choose Clinton or Johnson.The tie was decided by a coin toss. Hillary Clinton wins Texas. Clinton won in a landslide.  Trump won Arizona, Delaware, and Wyoming and split Nebraska. Johnson won New York and West Virginia, Stein won Louisiana and Montana. Popular Votes: Clinton 331, Trump 155, Johnson 86, Stein 38 Electoral Votes: Clinton 474, Trump 19, Johnson 34, Stein 11 You can see the Live Results, Classroom Counts, Videos about the Electoral College, and Resources at this link.
Click Here for LIVE RESULTS Election Headquarters: Roland Rogers Library Students and Staff will be voting in our mock election. Live results can be seen throughout the day to track the election. Popular votes will be updated every minute while Electoral votes will be posted every 30 minutes. We will announce who won the popular vote and the electoral vote at the end of the day. The candidate that gets the most votes in each classroom gets all the electoral vote for that classroom. All classrooms have been assigned different states. There are 538 electoral votes in all. The candidate that wins 270 or more electoral votes will be declared the winner. In the case of a tie in a classroom, we will do a coin flip of all students were present or we will go to absentee ballots to see if the tie can be broken. Students and staff absent on Election Day can vote on Wednesday, November 2nd
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted October 27, 2016 As the holiday season approaches, the staff and students at Roland Rogers are preparing to help families in need of assistance.  The Student Council is requesting your help.  The following is a list of items needed.  Please discuss this with your students.  I will have copies in your mailbox and ready for distribution.  For convenience we have broken it down by grade level: Kindergarten Brownie Mix or Cake Mix and Icing or Corn Bread Mix Grade 1 Stove Top Stuffing Instant Mashed Potatoes Grade 2 Cranberry Sauce Canned Yams Grade 3 Canned Green beans Canned Corn Grade 4 Canned Peaches Apple Sauce Grade 5 Plastic Bottles of Apple Juice Turkey/Chicken gravy Grade 6 Canned carrots Canned peas
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted October 20, 2016 Friday, October 28th Roland Rogers will be having a Fall Festival Masquerade Parade! The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. In preparation for this parade, we are asking your assistance and cooperation when it comes to your child’s costume. Please note the following: No Weapons, Toy Weapons or Look-A-Likes. Students are no longer permitted to arrive at school wearing costumes. Students cannot wear their costumes during the school day, therefore; they must have a change of clothing or wear their costumes over their clothes. Students can wear face paint applied by their parents. Students are not permitted to apply face paint or make-up to other students. Masks cannot be worn on the bus (students can carry their masks to school). We ask for a positive image, as opposed to anything that portrays violence of any sort. In order to provide a safe environment for your children, we ask that parents and family friends come to the parade in costume use good judgment and please do not wear a mask. Roland Rogers’ faculty and staff members cannot apply face paint or make-up on students. PARADE PARTICULARS: The children will be parading through the bus loop in front of the school only.  We are asking all parents to gather on the sidewalk in front of the school to view the parade.  Please do not gather in the street where the parade will take place. AFTER THE PARADE: After the parade, students will resume their regular school activities (class, lunch, specials, etc…) In the afternoon, teachers will be making arrangements for classroom gatherings. Teachers will send home notices with their students. IN CASE OF RAIN: Parade for Grades K-3 will take place at 9:15am in the gym. Parde for Grades 4-6 will take place at 10:00am in the gym. CLASS PARTIES: Class parties will take place during the hours of 12w:30-2:30 p.m. Teachers will send home information regarding their parties and times. PARKING: (12:30-2:15) Roland families will be permitted to park in the bus loop until 2:15 p.m. PARENT PICK-UP/EARLY SIGN-OUT Parents attending afternoon parties can sign their children out (if they choose) at the conclusion of the class party.  Sign-out will take place in the main foyer.   .
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted October 17, 2016

Make a Difference Day

We are having our Roland Rogers Annual Make-A-Difference Day.  The Walk-A-Thon is on Thursday, October 20th @9:15-11:15am to benefit Family Promise of Atlantic County, who give homeless children and their families in Atlantic County hope, stability, and a future. Rain Date: Monday, October 24th We are walking in support of Family Promise of Atlantic County.  FPAC is a nonprofit organization committed to helping low-income families, with children, achieve lasting independence.  FPAC is the only organization in Atlantic County that can meet this need.  Networks of congregations and volunteers meet homeless families’ immediate needs for shelter, meals, and support.  No fee is ever charged for any of FPAC’s services to the families. FPAC is financed through grants, partnerships, fundraising, events and donations.  Homeless children have indicated homelessness had a significant impact on their education, making it hard to stay and do well in school. We will be accepting donations through Friday, October 28th.  Checks can be made out to “Family Promise of Atlantic County“. All Kindergarten through sixth grade students and staff will be involved. Kindergarten will walk 1 mile. First & Second grade students will walk 2 miles. Third & Fourth grades will walk 3.5 miles. Fifth & Sixth will walk 5 miles. Parents are welcome and encouraged to walk with us. Please help us “Make a Difference” Yolanda Gwathney & Ryan Flick P.E. Teachers Roland Rogers School .
Posted: Novemer 3, 2016 Posted September 14, 2016

Student Council Meeting Dates

September 13th- Letters of Interest Due September 29th – 1st Meeting “Kick-Off” October 28th – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) Thanksgiving Drive Prep November 30th – Meeting (Thanksgiving Drive) December 8th – Meeting/ Holiday Party (Winter Concert 12/12) January 31st – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) February 28th – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) March 31st – Meeting (Fundraiser Topic) April TBA May 25th – End of Year Party Meetings are subject to change. Additional meetings will be added as needed. .
Designed by: Jose Diaz