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Here are the 2013 NJ ASK Pep Rally Videos
Roland Top 5 Countdown
Roland Style- Too Legit to Quit
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The New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (ASK) Test, is scheduled to be given to our fifth and sixth grade students during the week of May 6th and to our third and fourth grade students during the week of May 13th. The following are some tips for parents and guardians to assist in preparing students for the test:
The faculty, staff, and administration have been working hard to prepare our students for this testing period. To further prepare our students, the following will take place:
Thank you for your support and cooperation!
Friday-February 22, 2013
Afternoon – Show and tell shared reports and activities. (No parents)
9:15 – 10:15 – Multi-cultural activities in 15 minute class rotations (No parents)
Morning – Room 9 – Multicultural classroom activities (No parents)
12:10 – 1:40 – Room 11 – Multi-cultural classroom art projects (No parents)
Room 12 – Chinese New Year events (food, crafts, projects) (No parents)
12:10 – 1:40 – Room 14 – Multicultural Art projects from around the world (No parents)
12:45 – 2:15 – Presentations and multi-cultural feast in 3rd grade hallway (Parents invited)
10:00 – 11:00 – Guest Speaker in the library
10:30 – 11:00 – Classroom and poster reports in individual classes (Parents invited)
11:30 – 12:30 – Sharing of multicultural projects and food (Parents invited)
2:00 – 3:00 Writing classes and projects and food tasting (Parents invited)
All Day – Gym classes – Kitchball (game from Botswana)
On Friday morning 550 students crowded into the Roland Rogers Elementary School cafeteria and chanted “Shave your head” as teachers had their hair cut off for a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser.
Since Feb. 19, the students and faculty raised more than $6,000 to donate to the foundation, a fundraising drive that culminated Friday morning on St. Baldrick’s Day.
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For the fourth straight year, Roland Rogers staff members will be shaving their heads on March 15 in an effort to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer research. Last year alone, the St. Baldricks’s Foundation raised over $22 million worldwide! If we reach our goal of $8,000, Mr. Silvestri will go bald!
We will be accepting donations in your child’s classroom beginning February 19. For every $5 a student donates, they will have a “Lucky Charm” placed in the lobby with their name on it. A random drawing will be held on March 14 and prizes will be awarded to those winning students’ homerooms.
Cash and checks made out to “St. Baldrick’s Foundation” will be accepted in the classroom. You can also donate online using the following link: http:/www.stbaldricks.org/events/rolandrogers
Thanks in advance for your help in supporting this worthwhile cause!
Thank you, Everyone who contributed to Roland Rogers’ 2012 St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser! We raised over $7,000 for childhood cancer!
We couldn’t have done without the support of the community, parents, and sponsors (Shoprite, YoGo Factory, Dunkin Donuts, Philly Pretzel, Gourmet, Costellos, White House Subs, & Sack’o Subs,)
Special Thanks to Brian Dunn, Joe Palumbo, Sean McCarthy, Joe Conte, Mike Silvestri, Jose Diaz, & Dave Martin putting in the work to secure the sponsors, raise the funds and sacrifice their hair for a great cause!
For the third straight year, Roland Rogers staff members shaved their heads on March 14 in an effort to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer research. Last year alone, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation raised over $22 million worldwide! This year’s goal was $5,000 and if we reached it then,
Mr. Silvestri will go bald! Click Here for More Information
Click on Picture to Enlarge and Shrink Photo (Photos by Mr. Jose’ Diaz)
Video provided by Mr. Brian Dunn
Photo by Mr. Joe Palumbo
Photos by Ms. Barbara Olson
Photo Slideshow by Galloway Patch: http://galloway.patch.com/articles/roland-rogers-school-st-baldrick-s-day-haircuts Photos by Patch Photographer Sean Fitzgerald
For the third straight year, Roland Rogers staff members will be shaving their heads on March 14 in an effort to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer research. Last year alone, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation raised over $22 million worldwide! If we reach our goal of $5,000, Mr. Silvestri will go bald!
We will be accepting donations in your child’s classroom beginning February 16. For every $5 a student donates, they will have a “Lucky Charm” placed in the lobby with their name on it. A random drawing will be held on March 14 and prizes will be awarded to those winning students’ homerooms.Cash and checks made out to “St. Baldrick’s Foundation” will be accepted in the classroom. You can also donate online using the following link: http://www.stbaldricks.org/events/rolandrogers
Thanks in advance for your help in supporting this worthwhile cause!!!Thanks to our following sponsors:
Tangles – Shaving
YOGO – Event donating 50% of proceeds
Gourmet Italian Cuisine
White House Sub Shop
Port General Store
Sack O’ Subs
Philly Pretzel Factory
Front: Mr. Palumbo & Mr. Conte
Back: Mr. Diaz, Mr. McCarthy, Mr. Silvestri & Mr. Dunn (not pictured – Mr. Martin)
Mr. Conte, Mr. Dunn, Mr. McCarthy, Mr. Martin and Mr. Palumbo going BALD to help raise funds for Childhood Cancer Research. (Click on the small X when Ads pop up to close them)
This years participants are Mr. Brain Dunn, Mr. Sean McCarthy, Mr. Joe Conte, Mr. Joe Palumbo and Mr. Dave Martin.
TEAM ROLAND – “Whose Head Should Be Shaved First?”
Help Raise Money for Childhood Cancer Research
Come Celebrate the Love of Reading with Your Children
Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program created by NEA, National Education Association, that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 1st, the day before the birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss.
Motivating children to read is an important factor in student achievement and creating lifelong successful readers. Research has shown that children who are motivated and spend more time reading do better in school.
Parents are invited into the school to read to their child’s class. They can contact their child’s teacher.
READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY
March 1, 2013
When: Friday, March 1st at 9:15 am
Homeroom spelling bees will be held on Thursday, February 14th. The top three students from each homeroom will compete in the school-wide spelling bee on March 1st.
The winner of the school-wide spelling bee will reprsent Roland Rogers at the regional bee on March 23, 2013 at GTMS.
Now is the time to prepare! Go to: www.myspellit.com for more information and help with studying. Good luck and have fun!
Roland Rogers Elementary School is teaming up with the American Heart Association by participating in Jump Rope For Heart starting on February 4th. Through Jump Rope For Heart kids learn jump rope skills, how their heart works and raise money to help kids with special hearts. Have fun, learn how to stay healthy and make a difference in the lives of others!
Roland Rogers Elementary Students Win the December 2012 Atlantic County Sumdog Math Contest
Congratulations to Roland Rogers 5th Graders for winning this Math Contest on December 6th. It was close in the end, but our students did a great job, answering 36,728 questions correctly between 81 4th and 5th graders in only one week!
The winners of Roland Rogers Elementary School’s Violence and Vandalism Awareness Week contests were recognized Monday night, Nov. 19 at the Galloway Township Board of Education meeting at the middle school.
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 broken down by grade level:
Stove Top Stuffing
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Canned Green beans
Canned Fruit (any kind)