Congratulations to our Girls Varsity Basketball Team! After Monday night’s win against Southfield Christian, the team is 9 and 1 and ranked 7th in the State! Please support the team at their next home game on Thursday, January 30 at … Continue reading
Wow! Roughriders know how to roll! Over 60 bowlers braved the elements Sunday, to share in a relaxing afternoon of friendship and prizes a plenty, in support of Roeper student athletes. Real impressive scores from our younger bowlers, to boot. … Continue reading
We have changed the Philosophy 101 class originally scheduled for Feb. 1 to Feb. 8. We hope to see you at the upcoming Philosophy 101 class this Saturday, Feb 8 from 9am – 2pm in the Steward Building. Relevant … Continue reading
Due to weather conditions and the fact that the pajama pant order is stuck in a snowstorm somewhere, we are cancelling the Tuesday, January 28th “Mad About Plaid” Spirit Shop until further notice. Stay tuned for the new date once our … Continue reading
Sunday, January 26th from 1:30 to 3:30 pm – Thunderbird Lanes in Troy (on Maple) $15 per bowler – includes shoes, 2 slices pizza and pop – Cash/Check Only please To get the inside scoop, please open, “Bowlathon Gutter Talk 14” QUESTIONS? email@example.com or … Continue reading
Parents, Has your child given you raffle tickets for the Mariann Hoag Scholarship Dinner yet? Tickets were sent home with the youngest/only child in each family 2 weeks ago. If you haven’t been given them, please ask your child for … Continue reading
Last week, Stage I Preschool teacher, Colleen Shelton shared a story with me about one of her students. It seems the student was home with his mother watching Governor Snyder’s State of the State presentation when the Governor said something … Continue reading
“Brother Outsider,” the next film in the 2013/2014 Diversity/Amnesty Film Series, will be shown on Saturday, January 25 at 7:30pm. Admission is free. Donations will be accepted in support of the Make A Splash at Roeper program. Please join us and share the news of this great event with your friends.
After the film on Saturday, there will be a “talk back” panel discussion. On the panel will be Roeper parents, students, and a representative from Michigan Roundtable Youth Consortium Program Director, Theresa Tran. Harry Weaver from Anti-Defamation League will also be on the panel. The panel will give their reflection on the film as well as talk about relevant and current issues of today regarding diversity and inclusion. They will speak to how they are individually and organizationally addresses issues and concerns of today.
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Know of someone whose child might benefit from a Roeper education? Invite them to an open house! Our next open house is for the Middle & Upper School on Sunday, February 2nd, at 1:00pm in the library at the Birmingham … Continue reading
The “Networking” meeting scheduled for February 5th at 6pm has been cancelled. In its place, a discussion group for Roeper Middle School parents will be held at 7pm in the Birmingham library on February 5th. This is a time to … Continue reading