6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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Prom is April 5 at the Metroplex.
Attendance to Rogers High School Dances for the year 2013-2014 will be open to students from other schools under the following conditions: (1) must be the date of a Rogers High School student; (2) students must be in grades 9-12; exception-for prom all students must be in grades 10-12. Freshmen are not allowed to attend prom; (3) must pick up a “good standing form” from the main office. This form should be signed by a principal from the other school and returned to the RHS main office by 4:00 p.m. the Thursday before the dance; and (4) must present a picture ID at the dance. The RHS administration reserves the right to deny admission to anyone in order to maintain the safety and security for all students.
They will travel to Hot Springs this week to participate in a 2 ½ day clinic, then give a concert at the convention center on Saturday. Please congratulate them for their accomplishment!
Second semester seniors are eligible for exemption from semester tests, provided they meet all of the following requirements:
Three or fewer absences the class, including any non-credit assignment (study hall, teacher/office aide, etc.) during the semester.
A grade of at least a “C” in the class.
Approval of the individual teacher.
A truancy in any class will result in loss of exemption privileges for all classes.
In addition, any student enrolled in an Advanced Placement class is eligible for exemption from the second-semester test in that class provided that the student meets all three of the requirements above and completes the Advanced Placement examination in the class.
**All absences except “school business” will be counted against students for exemption purposes.
NO SENIOR SKIP DAYS!
Seniors may be allowed one (1) day of school business to visit colleges or universities. One (1) additional day will be allowed to seniors that scored proficient or above on the 11 Grade EOC Literacy exam. These days will not count as an absence and may be taken either semester. Seniors must provide a written request from their parent/guardian TWO (2) full days in advance to the attendance clerk. Example: if you are requesting to miss a Friday, you will need to have your information to the attendance clerk NO LATER than the Wednesday before 8:15 a.m. Seniors with more than nine (9) days of absence in any class or who have a record of truancy in a class will not be granted a college visit day. No college visits will be allowed during the last three weeks of senior classes. In order to earn a senior business day, a student must return official documentation of the visit to the attendance office within five (5) days.