Galloway Township Public Schools, Galloway, NJ
Roland Rogers Sports Night Family Dinner
Thursday, February 5, 2015 – 5:00-7:30 pm
Don’t miss out on a night of good food, good fun, good entertainment and our Roland Rogers faculty serving you dinner.
Bring your Family and Friends!!
This is a family night; students and performers MUST be accompanied by their parents/guardians for this event.
There will be Chick-Fil-A, Gourmet pizza, salad, snacks, desserts and beverages.
Our Chorus and Band will be performing during dinner!
The Staff will take on the 5th and 6th Grade Students AND The Parents in Volleyball!
The FSA will be raffling off a girls’ and a boys’ BICYCLE!!
Penny Auction this year with many awesome gifts!
**MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN**
Pre-purchased Dinner tickets are $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for children.
At the door, prices will be $8.00 for adults and $6.00 for children.
Children 2 years old and under are FREE! Please bring a dessert to share with others.
PLEASE PRE-ORDER. Download Form Below! Please send cash or check (Roland Rogers FSA) with this form to school with your child to the attention: FSA Sports Night Dinner, by Friday, January 30, 2015. When you arrive, your tickets will be waiting for you. Questions? Call Gail Pomrink at 748-0485. See you there!
Download: Roland Rogers Sports Night flyer 2015
When: Friday, February 27th at 9:15 am
Homeroom spelling bees will be held on Friday, February 13th. The top three students from each homeroom will compete in the school-wide spelling bee on February 27th.
The winner of the school-wide spelling bee will reprsent Roland Rogers at the regional bee on March 28, 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!
January 2015 Specials Schedule
Lucy is a micro Yorkshire Terrier. Standing 5.7 inches tall, and weighing in at a whopping 3 pounds, Lucy can fit comfortably in your hands. But don’t let her diminutive size fool you — this dog has tons of personality! She is certified by the Guinness World Book of Records s the smallest working dog. Lucy was the guest of Mrs. Farquharson and Mr. Bartolone. She and her trainer, Sally Leone Montufar, visited Mrs. Farquharson’s 4th Grade classroom on Friday, December 5th. Sally trained Lucy to be a therapy dog, and together they visit schools, hospitals, and hospices. Lucy can even do the “Stop, drop and roll” when teaching about fire prevention! And to top it off, Lucy was awarded the Hero Dog citation from the New Jersey State Senate for her acts of kindness!
Lucy has also been seen on Live with Kelly, Super Tiny Animals, Nat Geo Wild and other documentaries.
See more pictures on the GTPS District Facebook Page:
Here’s a tv news report on Lucy from NBC.
For more information about Lucy visit her Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/lucysmallestworkingdog
Has your child been missing an item? If so, please come by the lost and found located inside the cafeteria or remind your child to do so. The school lost and found is overflowing with winter apparel. We have a brand new clothing rack to make the lost items easier to be seen and claimed. There are so many nice sweaters, jackets, coats, lunch boxes, etc. Our lost and found clothing rack is visible to all students during breakfast and at their lunch period in the cafetorium.
Tip to ensure that lost items are returned quickly:
Putting your child’s name on his/her jackets, sweaters, and other personal possessions will make it easy to find them and return them to their rightful owner in case they are lost.
You are invited to join us for Roland Rogers’ first…
HOUR OF CODE
December 8-12, 2014
What is it?
The Hour of Code is the largest learning event in history. Millions of students from around the world will participate in this one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.
Please see www.hourofcode.org for more information.
Every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.
Where and When?
Roland Rogers’ Hour of Code event will take place in our computer lab during the week of December 8-12. Please check the schedule below to see when your child’s class will be participating. Please join us!
Click Here for Information> HOC Parent Invite pdf
Volunteers are needed to read with children, help with homework, assist with art, music, science projects, etc. ,and to share their special talents with students. If you would like to make a difference in your child’s school , please complete and return the form below to their homeroom teacher. You will then be contacted by our Parent Volunteer Coordinator, Mrs. Patti Lang, to finalize all the details.
Click Here> Roland Parent Volunteer Flyer pdf