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Nov 09
2016

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In the Wake of the News

As each of us reflects on the results of last night’s election and the long and difficult campaign season I know that emotions are running high across our country and within our community. Being in a school for gifted students … Continue reading

Oct 13
2016

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Now More Than Ever

This week I had the privilege of joining members of our community to celebrate Roeper’s 10th year of membership in the National SEED Project.  In its 30th year, SEED, Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity, is a professional development program developed … Continue reading

Aug 23
2016

Back to School Address

Seventy-Five years – that seems like such a long time ago – a lifetime if American actuarial tables are accurate. For our students, even something as simple as considering a date that starts 19-something feels like ancient history, beyond the … Continue reading

Aug 18
2016

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Community Guidelines

Dear Friends, The Roeper School was created in the aftermath of World War II and the Holocaust as a response to prejudice, mistrust, bullying and harassment.  With a core commitment to humanistic values, inclusion, and a dedication to justice instead of … Continue reading

Jul 11
2016

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A Message to Our Community

July 8, 2016 Dear Friends, Like many of you, the news I see and read from Louisiana, Minnesota, Dallas, Orlando, and Baghdad fills me with immense sadness, anxiety, and deep concern for our children and for our world. I grieve … Continue reading

May 27
2016

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Have a Wonderful Summer Break!

The butterfly gardens are starting to bloom, the bubbling sound of the Bloomfield Hills creek is filling the air, and memories of ‘Ology Projects, Passion Projects, Senior Projects, concerts, plays, games, matches, debates, fairs, guest speakers, Disco Assemblies, enrichment activities, … Continue reading

Apr 19
2016

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Remembering a Community Leader

I wanted to take a moment to add the school’s condolences to the many of those expressed around the country on the recent passing of civil rights pioneer, Reverend Nicholas Hood, Sr. – an activist, religious leader and former Detroit … Continue reading

Jan 20
2016

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MLK Night Remarks

It is not an accident that we gather together as one community on this campus on this day.  Forged in the struggle to combat totalitarianism, George and Annemarie Roeper developed a philosophy of life that focused on social justice and … Continue reading