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Apr 30
2018

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LS Students Share Their Voice

Gifted children often exhibit a strong sense of justice. As these children navigate their world, they are driven to understand complex issues and want to make a difference. Roeper teachers encourage even the youngest students to ask questions, to think … Continue reading

Apr 30
2018

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Town Hall for Families, May 2

The Middle and Upper School Student Government has organized a No Cell Phone Use day on Tuesday, May 1st, to encourage classmates to “recognize the effects these devices have on our mental health.” On Wednesday afternoon, the student body will … Continue reading

Apr 27
2018

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Annual Roeper Scholastic Tournament

The Annual Roeper Scholastic Tournament was held on Saturday, April 21.  Eighty-five chess players came from various areas around Detroit to participate in this tournament, including twenty-one players from Roeper.  Several Roeper students finished in the top five: U300 – … Continue reading

Apr 26
2018

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Girl Scouts Hear from Women Leaders

The Junior Girl Scouts hosted an incredible line up of women in government for a panel discussion on Wednesday. Former state representative, Maureen Stapleton; first time political candidates, Mari Manoogian and Nicole Bedi (both running for State Representative); Oakland County Commissioner, … Continue reading

Apr 26
2018

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No Cell Phone Day @ M/US, May 1

On May 1st, Upper School and Middle School Student Government have agreed to put their phones down in an effort recognize the effects these devices have on our mental health. Across the last year, numerous studies have shown that excessive … Continue reading