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Preschool & Kindergarten Registration for 2014/2015

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Registration for the 2014/15 school year will be held at Roscommon Elementary school on Wednesday April 30th from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. 

  

Registration is open to any child who will be:

 

>Preschool:       4 years old by October 1, 2014

 

>Kindergarten:  5 years old by October 1, 2014

 

  

To register your child, you will need to bring the following information:

 

- Birth Certificate (original birth certificate).

 

- Immunization Records

 

- 2 Proofs of Residency

 

- Social Security (Preschool only)

 

- Insurance or Medicaid Card (Preschool only)

 

- Proof of Income (Preschool only)

 

  (2013 W-2’s, 2013 Federal Return, Documentation of Public Assistance)

 

 


Distinguished Alumni Dr. Todd Fenton of MSU's Forensic Anthropology Lab kicks off RHS Career Day 2014! (See below). RHS hosted the 3rd annual Career Day on Feb. 26th.  Professionals from various fields came to speak to students about their careers. There were many professions represented from air plane pilots and architects to law enforcement and military.  The students enjoyed sessions where they learned about many different careers.  Thanks to all the professionals who gave time out of their day to join us and speak to our students.

 


 

 


 

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Chuck Schepke Winner of Michigan's Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award 2013

schepke-outstanding-earth-science.jpgRoscommon High School science teacher Chuck Schepke was chosen at the winner of Michigan's Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award for 2013. This is an annual award presented to an individual Earth Science educator who has been nominated by the Michigan Earth Science Teachers Association membership.

  

 

 

Photo of Chuck Schepke and family. 


 

Roscommon Area Public School District's 1:1 Technology Initiative

The Roscommon Area Public School has been working hard over the last several years to fully implement the 1:1 Technology Initiative.  Students at the elementary school were the first to benefit from the initiative in 2011-2012 with the addition of a set of iPads for every classroom. Beginning in the 2013-2014 school year, each student at the high school and middle school are assigned a Chromebook for daily use.   At the high school level,  students will be allowed to take the Chromebooks back and forth between school and home.  At the middle school level,  students are assigned a Chromebook which are checked in and out on a daily basis. 


 All Roscommon Students are eligible for FREE breakfast and lunch every day!  See our Food Service page for more information.


 

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