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John R Rogers High School


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 School Calendar and Events

Summer Office Hours
Public Office and Business Office
Monday - Friday 
7:30am - 3:00pm

Northwest SPORTS Network
offers Sports Physicals!
Thursday, August 6th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Northwest Orthopaedic Specialists Valley Office
12410 East Sinto Avenue, Suite 201
Spokane WA  99216
Tuesday, August 11th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Columbia Medical Associates North Office
9631 North Nevada Street, Suite 100
Spokane WA  99218
FEE: $10.00
Cash or checks made payable to the athlete's school will be accepted.  Each athlete's fee will be donated back to their school!!
FOR QUESTIONS, please call 509-590-2247

First Day of the 2015-2016 School Year
Monday, August 31 

School Bus Riders Required to Register   
Spokane Public Schools is requiring that all school bus riders for the 2015-2016 school year be registered to take the bus.  You can see and print the form by double clicking the link below: 
You can return this form to the Public Office at John R Rogers High School.
If you have questions regarding your student's bus stop, check the Spokane Public School website after August 5th for bus routes.

 Free or Reduced Meals 

As a student in Spokane Public Schools and Rogers HS, you may qualify for Free or Reduced Meals. 
Application Information:
Families may apply at ANY TIME during the school year
ALL household students qualify if one has qualified
Applications are available at the Business Office or apply on-line at



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Washington State’s New Chickenpox Vaccine Requirement for Grades 7-12

Protecting teens against chickenpox is important.  The new vaccine requirement will start in fall 2015 for students in 7th and 8th grades. They will need two doses of the vaccine.  In fall 2016 all students in 9th through 12th grade will also be required to have two doses of the vaccine. 

Students who already had two doses of the vaccine do not need to repeat it.

The vaccine prevents chickenpox and its serious complications. Teens are at higher risk of severe complications if they get chickenpox. The new requirement helps protect these young people.  Washington State has required only students in kindergarten through 6th grade to have two doses of chickenpox vaccine, until now. The new requirement is based on national recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.

Where Can I Learn More?

Talk to your school nurse, healthcare provider, or visit the Department of Health at: Requirements


To learn more or apply, visit:
or call 1-855-846-8376 


Check out the John R. Rogers Fall Newsletter!  Student involvement is growing here at Rogers HS and we are so proud of the many accomplishments our students and staff have achieved!  Spring 2014-15 Newsletter


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