Message from your Principal

Welcome to Rogers Elementary!
Posted on 02/22/2024
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Dear Rogers Family,


What an end to the week we had last Friday! Again, I want to thank everyone for your unwavering support and invaluable assistance during that challenging time. Your collective efforts and dedication underscore our community's strength, and I am continually inspired by the resilience and generosity displayed by our students, parents, and staff alike.


In the aftermath of last week's events, I have reflected on our school's response and the lessons learned. It's clear that many commendable actions were taken, and I am immensely proud of how our community came together in the face of adversity. Moving forward, I am committed to using these insights to strengthen our preparedness further and ensure the safety and well-being of all members of our school family.


On a lighter note, I would like to sincerely thank Maria Pattengill for her outstanding efforts in organizing the Friendship Party. Hearing about the good times and camaraderie shared by everyone in attendance brings me joy. Events like these foster a sense of belonging and remind us of the strong bonds that unite us as a community.


As we navigate the weeks ahead, let us continue to uphold our shared mission of providing a high-quality education where everyone is valued, supported, and empowered to flourish. Together, we will continue to cultivate an environment that nurtures academic excellence, fosters inclusivity, and prioritizes the well-being of our students.


Thank you, once again, for your ongoing commitment to our school community. Your involvement and dedication are integral to our collective success. I am grateful for the opportunity to work alongside each of you as we strive to create a brighter future for our children.


Your partner in education,


Patrick



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