Skip To Main Content

RHS October 2023

RMS messenger



Upcoming Dates

10/11- PSAT @ 7am
10/12-RHS Conferences 4pm-7pm

10/12-Paying for College Presentation 5:30p-6:30pm

10/16- NHS Induction Ceremony 7pm-8:30pm

10/17- Parent/Teacher Conferences 4pm-7pm

10/18-20 - No School  

10/18- Parent/Teacher Conferences 8-11:30am, 12:30-3pm

10/25- Picture Make-up/Retake Day 7am-11am

10/26- ASVAB Testing 

Save the Date: RHS Musical "The Spongebob Musical" November 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 10, 11th and 12th

 Please check the RHS Calendar for all the details 


Wednesday Morning Expectations

Safety and security are of utmost importance at Rogers High School. Along with this, school attendance is our single biggest behavior among our students. We ask for support from parents to encourage your child to be in class, on time, every day.

Wednesday mornings: because we start later than normal on Wednesdays (8:00 am), there is an influx of students who are dropped off at school and then leave campus with friends (walking to Cub Foods or elsewhere). This is a safety concern on a number of levels, and while we attempt to stop students from choosing this behavior, we appreciate some reminders at home to stay at school and go to class on time.

Additionally, here is a message from School Resource Officer, Detective Clayton Justen:

Dear Students and Parents,
I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to address some safety concerns that have been reported in our community, particularly on Wednesday mornings. Our primary concern is the safety and well-being of our students, and your cooperation is vital in ensuring their safety.
1. Students Leaving School Campus After Drop-off: We've noticed some students leaving the school campus after being dropped off by bus or by a parent. It is crucial to emphasize that
students should remain on the school premises until classes officially begin. Leaving the campus unsupervised can pose risks to their safety.
2. Unsafe Roadway Crossings Near Cub Foods: We've received reports of students crossing roadways near Cub Foods in an unsafe manner. Please remind your children to use designated crosswalks, follow traffic signals, and exercise caution when crossing streets. Their safety is of utmost importance.
3. Reports of Theft at Cub Foods: There have been reports of items being stolen from Cub Foods. It's essential to instill the values of honesty and respect in your children. Stealing not only has legal consequences but also goes against our community and school principles.
4. Damage to Cub Foods Property: There have also been reports of students damaging Cub Foods property and using equipment intended for handicap customers. This behavior is unacceptable and may result in legal consequences. Please remind your children to treat public property with care and respect.
5. Trespassing and Playing on Construction Materials: Trespassing on construction sites and
playing on construction materials can be extremely dangerous. We urge students to stay away
from these areas to avoid accidents and injuries. We, as the Rogers Police Department, are committed to working together with parents, students, and the community to maintain a safe and secure environment for all. Please take some time to discuss these safety concerns with your children and stress the importance of responsible behavior. If you witness any suspicious activity or have concerns about safety in our community, please do not hesitate to contact the Rogers Police Department.
Thank you for your attention to these matters, and together, we can ensure the safety of our students
and our community.
Clayton Justen
School Resource Officer

Rogers Police Department

Absence Reporting

Campus Portal Absence Requests

Visit Campus Portal and use the top left Menu button to access  More > Absence Requests  (see example screenshot below)

  1. Select the student(s) you are reporting absent.
  2. Use the Excuse dropdown list to choose the reason the student(s) will be absent.
  3. Choose an Absence Type for full day, arrive late, or leave early.
  4. Enter the absence Day and Time. If a full day, enter the first and last day the student will not be at school (can be the same day).
  5. Enter Comments about the reason for absence.
  6. Choose Submit button at bottom when finished.

Previously submitted absence requests for the student can be Viewed or Deleted using the options at the bottom of the Absence Requests area, including those made by other guardians in the household. More information is available here.

example screenshot



To report your student absent, please call the Attendance Line: 763-241-3555; press 3 for Rogers; press 3 for Rogers High School.

Please include the following information in the message:


  • Student Name
  • Student Grade
  • Reason and length of the absence
  • Caller information

Early Release from School:

  • Student Name
  • Student Grade
  • Time student needs to be released
  • Reason for student being released

Students need to check in/out with the Attendance Administrative Assistant. 

If you receive an automated call saying your student was marked absent from school or class, please check your Parent Portal for more details on the absence.  If your student feels they were marked absent in error, please clarify it with their teacher. 

Online, PSEO, Blended-Learning Students

Any student in the building but not in a course scheduled in an RHS classroom must report to the Media Center.  There is a designated space for online students, students who are PSEO or have a blended class schedule. 
Students must follow all school rules and hall pass expectations. 

Cafeteria- Properly Dispose of your Trash

On any given day, our school staff removes upwards of 100 trays and buckets of trash that students leave behind after breakfast and lunches. We kindly request your assistance in reinforcing at home, the message of respect and cleanliness. Students should:

  • Clean up after themselves in the cafeteria by properly disposing of trash and placing trays in the designated area.
  • Show respect for the cafeteria staff, who work hard to provide meals for our students.
  • Understand that their actions affect the cleanliness and overall experience of the cafeteria for themselves and their fellow students.

By working together, we can ensure that our school's cafeteria remains a clean and pleasant place for everyone to enjoy their meals. Thank you for helping us nurture respectful, responsible and considerate students.



Fall Conferences will take place in-person, with teachers available in their respective classrooms. However, we understand that some families may require virtual conferences. If you need to schedule a virtual conference, please email the specific teachers directly. You can find their email addresses on the RHS website.

RHS Conferences

  • Thursday, October 12th, 4:00-7:00 pm  

  • Tuesday, October 17th, 4:00-7:00 pm

  • Wednesday, October 18th, 8:00-11:30 am & 12:30-3:00 pm

Yearbook Information

Families can order yearbooks and senior recognition ads HERE

Recognition ads are due November 27th, 2023  Ads placed after that date will NOT be in the yearbook.

Submit Senior Photos by following THESE instructions from the Rogers High School site (found under Families/Senior Photos & Recognition ads)

Student Bar Codes

For the 2023-2024 school year, we are utilizing the Student Number as a unique student assigned scannable BARCODE at the cafeteria registers for breakfast and lunch service, as well as for scanning into specified areas of the school.. This barcode will also be used when making a la carte purchases. These Student Barcodes can be found on Student Campus Portal under Today, or if they have not received one; printed versions are available in the main office. Please encourage your student to screenshot their barcode on their mobile device, or keep it in an easily accessible place.

Picture Make Up/Retake Day

Picture retakes will be Wednesday, October 25th from 7am-11am in the RHS Fieldhouse at 7:00 AM for staff and PSEO students.  We will call students by grade during hours 1, 2, and 3. All students should have their picture taken for ID purposes. Click here for more information on Pictures!


Tackle Cancer will be taking place on October 6th during the football game.  They will be hosting the "Miracle Minute" during halftime and all proceeds go to the Randy Shaver Foundation. Tshirts are available while supplies last in the Deca Shoppe during lunch.

Tackle Cancer Deca Shoppe      Tackle Cancer Night    Miracle Minute

Rogers DECA is partnering with Dehn's Pumpkin Patch to host pop-up shops for Rogers apparel and raffle baskets.  See below flyer for more information.

DECA Pumpkins


Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis.  Students who park in the school lots must display a valid parking permit.  Vehicles not displaying a valid parking permit may receive an RHS Parking Violation and a possible fine.  Student parking is NOT permitted in the RAC, and visitor and staff parking (parking at the RAC or visitor/staff parking spaces will be towed).  We will continue parking lot patrol to check for permits.

All student drivers must purchase a parking permit and park ONLY in designated parking areas at RHS and RMS:

  • Seniors and juniors can park in the main lot, RHS Performing Arts Center, and the student section of the RMS lot.  
  • Sophomores must park in the RMS lot.
  • Students must possess a valid driver's license to purchase a parking permit.
  • Rogers High School reserves the right to close sales due to full-capacity parking lots.
  • RHS will issue one permit to each student completing the payment and web form (link included in the follow-up email receipt after purchase).  Whether early/ late arrival, PSEO, or part-time, the parking permit fee is $90.00.  

Please visit our WEBSITE for more information on purchasing.

Yearbook Information

Families can order yearbooks HERE

Rogers High School Named One of America's Healthiest Schools

Alliance for a Healthier Generation (Healthier Generation), one of the nation’s preeminent children’s health organizations, announced America’s Healthiest Schools for the 2022-2023 school year: 781 schools across 36 states, the greatest number of awardees since the program’s inception. Supported by Harmony SEL at National University, Kaiser Permanente, and Kohl’s, this recognition honors schools for their achievements in advancing the physical, mental, and social-emotional health of students, staff, and families. More information can be found HERE


 Rogers High School held its pep fest and cornation on Friday, Sept. 22 in the Field House. 

King Calvin and Queen Sophia were named Senior King and Queen for 2023. 

Performances also included the dance team and the cheer squad, an appearance from all fall sports captains and the senior football players joining the Royal dance team on the floor. 

King and Queen


Please visit THIS SITE which contains family and parent resources to support mental health, social and emotional learning (job preparedness skills), safety, alcohol and substance abuse and more. The information on this page will be updated regularly with new resources, community events relating to these issues and other important information relating to Prevention & Safety. 

Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coalition

The SUP Coalition is a community-focused coalition comprised of individuals
that reside or work in Sherburne County and are committed to reducing
youth substance use through community collaboration.

In partnership with the Sherburne County SUP Coalition, we are sharing a series of educational mailers to help address the misperceptions around youth marijuana use and provide you [parents] with tips on how to start conversations early and often.  You [Parents] play a major role in preventing substance use and your [their] views on alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs can strongly influence whether your [their] child will perceive a drug is harmful or not.  

The third mailer in our Talk Early Toolkit series is attached to learn more about the signs to look for if you think your child is using marijuana.  If you missed the previous two mailers, you can view them on the SUP Coalition website.  We hope you find the information and resources contained within the mailers valuable!  

Preventing Underage Marijuana Use: Talking Points for Parents

From the Health Office

  • Health Office Staff:     763-274-3147           Fax:  763-274-3141
  • All students going home ill during the school day need to be seen in Health Services in order for their absence to be excused.  
    • If your student is reaching out to you to go home, please have them go to the Health Office
    • Health Services staff will need to speak to a parent prior to the student being checked-out of school
  • Please notify Health Services of any Communicable Diseases (Strep, Influenza, Pertussis, etc)

Hearing & Vision Screenings for Students: ISD 728 is no longer scheduling
mass vision and hearing screenings. However, if you have a vision and/or
hearing concern regarding your child, a request for screening can be made by
completing this online request form. Screenings will be performed upon
request only.

Communicable Disease & Infections:

Influenza season is just around the corner and as we know, illnesses are prevalent in our schools. Health
Services offices are structured to keep students in school as much as possible so they can meet their
educational goals. Unfortunately, there are times when students need to stay home to get well in order to
prevent exposure and the spread of illness to others. If your child has been diagnosed with a communicable
disease, such as influenza, strep throat, COVID-19, please report these confirmations to the Health Services
Personnel in your child’s school building. Reporting forms are no longer available on the district website for

● Influenza Information from Minnesota Department of Health
● COVID-19 Information from Minnesota Department of Health
● Communicable Diseases & Infections from Minnesota Department of Health

From the Counseling Office


  • 10/04 - PSAT Digital Readiness Check (all registered 10th/11th graders report to the DEN at 7:15 am with your Chromebook to confirm it is set up for test day)

  • 10/11 - PSAT (registered Sophomores & Juniors - report to the RHS Den @ 7:30am)

  • 10/12 - Parent/Teacher Conferences, “Paying for College Presentation” @ 5:30-6:30pm RHS PAC 

  • 10/17 - Parent/Teacher Conferences

  • 10/18 - Parent/Teacher Conferences (No School)

  • 10/26 - ASVAB @ 7:30-10:30 am RHS (must pre-register HERE or in the counseling office)

  • 10/26 - Cool Jobs Tour 4:00-7:30 pm (must pre-register)

  • 10/27 - EPIC Career Tour and Explore Your Future Day for 10th graders (pre-register for field trip)

  • 11/8 - Reality Check for 9th graders

  • 11/10 - Mock Interview Day for 11th graders

  • 12/1 - Job Shadow Day for 11th graders


Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Resource

Fast-Tracker can help you find:

  • Programs, Services & Provider Availability

  • Appointment Information

  • Funding and/or Insurance Information

  • Community Calendar, Events, FAQs & Resources

  • Advocates & Support Groups

  • Crisis Contacts & Emergency Information

  • Find information to help you support children who are struggling with mental health, behavior or learning challenges.  Explore popular topics like:

  • ADHD & Attention

  • Anxiety

  • Autism

  • Behavior Problems

  • Depression & Mood Disorders

  • Learning Disorders

  • Screen Time & Technology

  • Teens & Young Adults

Kids, Phones, and Social Media from from The Child Mind Institute

The RHS Counseling Department (Counselors assigned by Grade)

Grade 9 (A-R): Ms. Morrison -

Grade 10 (A-R): Ms. Bartus -

Grade 11 (A-R): Ms. Shrestha -

Grade 9, 10, 11 (S-Z): Mr. Miller -

Grade 12: Ms. Macken -

College & Career: Ms. Fanning -



October is College Knowledge Month!

Throughout this month, there will be MANY college-related activities going on.  Check out October's Calendar to learn about  events and resources. Also, encourage seniors to submit a Free College Application during the month of October. 

Here are a few specific events to highlight:

  • October 11 - PSAT (registered Sophomores & Juniors)

  • October 12 - 'Paying for College' Presentation 5:30-6:30pm RHS PAC

  • October 26 - Cool Jobs Tour - Tour local manufacturing business + free dinner (all grades, must pre-register)

  • October 28 - EPIC Career Fair field trip/Career Exploration at RHS for 10th graders (must pre-register for field trip)

‘Paying for College’ Presentation

Thursday, October 12, 2023: For All Parents/Guardians and Students

PAYING FOR COLLEGE Presentation in the PAC @ RHS:  5:30-6:30pm

ASVAB (Grade 11 & 12)

October 26, 7:30 – 10:30 AM @ Rogers High School

The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) is recommended for interested Juniors & Seniors who are considering joining the military.  It is a FREE timed, multiple aptitude test developed by the Defense Department (DoD) designed to: 

  • Measure developed abilities and predict future academic and occupational success

  • Determine if you are a good fit to join the service and what branch and job you can hold after basic training or boot camp

  • The better your ASVAB score, the broader your options

Click Here to Sign up, or stop at the RHS Guidance Office

EPIC! Career Tour/Explore Your Future Day (Grade 10)

Sophomores at Rogers High School are invited to participate in a field trip attending an awesome career exploration event at St. Cloud Technical and Community College on Friday, October 27, 2023.  There are limited spots available and are on a first come, first served basis.  This EPIC (Exploring Potential Interests & Careers) event is designed for high school students to learn about careers.  Students will be able to see demonstrations and have hands-on experiences facilitated by women and men who work in a variety of career fields.    Check out this VIDEO for more info on the EPIC event. Attendance for EPIC is by sign up only.  

Sophomores remaining at RHS on the 27th will explore careers through a series of selected career and college presentations.

Cool Jobs Tour (Grades 6-12 + Parents)

Thursday, October 26, 2023, 4:00-7:30pm - includes FREE meal (must pre-register) 

Today's manufacturing careers are about advanced technologies, state of the art facilities, and fast paced, interesting work environments. But most of all, these technical careers are about those people who like to see the product of an honest day's work.

Join us to tour three local manufacturers businesses and see for yourself the . . .

  • variety of career opportunities available at local companies (wages, job skills, responsibilities)

  • pathways to building the knowledge and skills needed to qualify for today's manufacturing jobs

  • purpose and value of the modern manufacturing companies located in our community

This evening of career exploration is set up for middle and high school students, their parents and community members.  Tour up to three state of the art manufacturers and complete your evening with a light dinner and information on careers, training, wages and opportunities.  

Host Locations: Metal Craft, Gradient Technology, CDI Curbs, Solors Optional Axis Inc.

*RHS Students - are you looking for a job?*

Click Here for a list of local job openings!!

Sign up for College Visits at RHS

Students in Grades 11-12 are invited to attend college visits in the College & Career Center when local reps visit RHS.  Students can sign up HERE to attend a college visit. Click HERE to view the most current list of upcoming visits scheduled.

Oct 2, 2023




University of Minnesota - Twin Cities



Oct 2, 2023






University of South Carolina - Columbia



Oct 3, 2023






St Cloud Technical and Community College (MN)



Oct 5, 2023






Baylor University (TX)



Oct 10, 2023






Concordia College at Moorhead (MN)



Oct 10, 2023






University of Minnesota - Duluth



Oct 12, 2023






Hamline University (MN)



Oct 13, 2023






University of Chicago (IL)



Oct 16, 2023






University of Wisconsin - River Falls



Oct 23, 2023






St Olaf College (MN)



Oct 24, 2023






Minnesota State University - Mankato



Oct 24, 2023






University of Minnesota - Morris



Oct 25, 2023






University of St Thomas (MN)



Oct 31, 2023





St Catherine University (MN)

October “Future-Planning” Tasks by Grade

Here are some resources for any college-bound student asking "What should I be doing right now?"


  • College App & Admissions Timeline: This timeline and set of resources track the college search and application process from 9th through 12th grade.

  • Big 5 Personality Assessment: Learn more about your strengths, challenges, and communication and learning styles. 

  • Build healthy routines: Prioritize sleep, healthy food choices and exercise. Stronger physical health = stronger mental health, increased focus and better decision-making skills.


  • College App & Admissions Timeline: This timeline and set of resources track the college search and application process from 9th through 12th grade.

  • YouScience Aptitudes Test: What are you good at? Take this online assessment, which uses a combination of personality, interest, and aptitudes testing to help you explore careers that might be a good fit. Or, if your counseling office uses Naviance, try the Do What You Are assessment.

  • Virtual college tours: Curious about what college is all about, but not feeling ready for an in-person visit? Have fun searching through these student-driven virtual college tours.



Advanced Placement Exam Registration 2023-2024

This year’s AP Exams will be held from May 6-17, 2024 at Rogers High School. Because of an increase to the College Board’s exam fees, AP Exams will cost $63 each this year. Students must register by November 1, 2023 to avoid incurring an additional $40 late fee. (This does not include courses which meet only during the spring semester, which have a final registration date of February 29, 2024.) Students who register can cancel their exam registration before February 29, 2024. However, all canceled exams incur a $40 Unused Exam Fee.

There are two steps to the AP exam registration:

  1. Complete the first registration step by creating a College Board account online and enrolling in the correct course section using the correct join code. Most students have already completed this step with their teacher. (Complete this step by October 1, 2023.)

  2. Complete the second registration step by paying the assigned exam fee through the School Store on Infinite Campus or by having the exam fees waived by contacting Jessica Zoubek ( in the office and confirming eligibility for free/reduced lunch. (Complete this step by November 1, 2023.)

Both steps must be completed for each AP exam before the deadline in order to complete registration.

Students with an IEP or 504 Plan will be contacted by their case manager to request any necessary testing accommodations.  Please contact Anne Bartus (, SSD Coordinator, with any questions about accommodations.

Please email the AP Coordinator, Shane Noecker (, with questions regarding AP exams at RHS.

Career and Technical Education

Please take a moment to view the October CTE Newsletter It would be great to have parents volunteer for Mock InterviewsJob Shadow Day and the Reality Fair. We still need many more volunteers to make these events possible for students.  




Unboxing Party

In September, the media center had an unboxing party.  Students helped to unbox seven boxes of brand new books.  Students used the books to make a “to read next” reading list.  The students in attendance were also given the special privilege of being the first one to check out a book.

Fidget Spinner Fun!

Royals with a Cause: In our makerspace, students worked to make fidget spinners to donate to local elementary schools.  The spinners will be used in calming corners to help students regulate their emotions.

List of October Displays

Hispanic Heritage Month

Spooky Stories

National Bullying Prevention Month

Baseball (World Series) 

Stop in the media center to learn/read from the displays.  Check out a great book!

Ongoing October

Celebrate the National Parks Service Fat Bear Week and vote for the winner!

Guess the Eyeballs Contest

Make a card for a friend

October Events: 

October 4th 7:15-7:45 am. Literary Villains and Monsters 

Come for a morning celebrating villains and monsters in books. 

October 25th 7:15-7:45 am Scary Stories

Come for a morning of short story readings and spooky book trailers.

October Service Project (Royals with a Cause):

Ghost Suckers– Come to the library to make ghost treats.  

Write a special note to a staff member to thank them.  

Surprise! Boo!  Thank you for all you do!  



Winter Sports:

 PreSeason Informational Meetings: Watch for meetings Dates, Times and Locations.

Winter Sports online Registrations will open as follows:

Monday, 10/2/23: Dance and Girls Hockey 

Monday, 10/16/23: All other Winter Sports

Winter Sports Starting Dates:

10/23/23 - Dance Team

10/30/23 - Girls Hockey

11/13/23 - Gymnastics, Boys Hockey, Girls Basketball,  Nordic Ski, Alpine Ski (Co-Op with NWS Conference) 

11/20/23 - Boys Basketball, Wrestling

11/27/23 - Boys Swim (Co-op with Elk River)

Sports Physical:

All athletes require a current sports physical to participate. 

  • Sports physicals are required every 3 years and must be current for the entire season.
  • Submit sports physicals to: or bring to the RHS Activities Office.
  • Sports Physical on file can be verified on Parent Portal: (Students' Name, Health Tab).
  • MSHSL Physical Form is available on (More Tab).

Find all RHS Athletic information at GOROGERSROYALS and Twitter @geauxroyals 



Activity Start Dates:

11/17/23 + 11/18/23

     One Act Play Auditions


    Knowledge Bowl 


Winter Registrations are open:  Online Registrations should be submitted at least 5 working days prior to the start of the season to ensure it's received and processed.

Tickets for RHS's production of The Spongebob Musical can be found HERE. Shows are November 2, 3, 10, 11 at 7pm and the 4th and 12th at 2pm


Food Service Calendar


Please email Chromebook Help



Safety and Internet Filtering at Home
ISD 728 Chromebooks will continue to have filtering to help protect students against harmful and inappropriate online material. 

Despite the District’s attempt to filter and provide additional protections outside of school, parents/guardians still play an important role in supervising their child's internet access and usage. Parents are encouraged to discuss rules for appropriate internet usage, and reinforce lessons of digital citizenship and safety. Please review our technology responsible use guidelines and visit to learn more about available parent resources.

  • Visit here for more information about what is filtered.  
  • Visit GoGuardian Parent App for information on how parents and guardians can monitor their children's Chromebook browsing activity, and choose to block sites such as YouTube.



Spanish students can travel to Costa Rica in June, 2024!  Contact Brian Harapat ( with any questions.

Contact Us

RHS Main Office: 763-274-3140

RHS Attendance: 763-274-3140 x1604

ISD #728 Attendance Line: 763-241-3555

Jason Paurus

Ryan Johnson
Asst Principal
Last Names: A—Ham
763-274-3140 x1602

Jill Engquist
Asst Principal
Last Names: Han—O
763-274-3140 x1603

Kevin Jost
Asst Principal
Last Names: P—Z
763-274-3140 x1784

Dan Ohlgren
Activities Director
763-274-3140 x1605

Our Mission

At Rogers High School we educate, inspire and empower through developing positive relationships, pursuing excellence, seeking diversity, and building futures.

Our 7 Core Values

We BELIEVE that... 

1 ALL people have value.
2 Valuing and respecting differences strengthens the individual and the community.
3 People thrive when they feel connected, supported and affirmed.
4 Everyone can learn.
5 Hope inspires and empowers.
6 Lifelong learning is essential for personal growth.
7 Change is an opportunity for growth.

Attendance Corner

  • To report your student(s) ill, or to notify us of upcoming appointments, vacations, sporting events, or other special events, please visit your Campus Parent Portal. You can also call the  Attendance Line: 763-241-3555; press 3 for Rogers; press 3 for Rogers High School.


    • Student Name
    • Student Grade
    • Reason and length of the absence
    • Caller information

    Early Release from School:

    • Student Name
    • Student Grade
    • Time student needs to be released
    • Reason for student being released

    Students need to check in/out with the Attendance Administrative Assistant. 

    If you receive an automated call saying your student was marked absent from school or class, please check your Parent Portal for more details on the absence.  If your student feels they were marked absent in error, please clarify it with their teacher. 

    For more detailed instructions, please visit our district WEBSITE.  


Quick Links



We love our parent/guardian volunteers and we have some great opportunities available. Click the link to see all of the opportunities that we have. A few examples are: field trip chaperone, math tutor and help with RHS Family Fun Fest. Contact Quinn Stull at if you are interested in volunteering or have any questions.  RHS Volunteer Sign-Up 22’-23’ 


Like Us on Facebook!


Follow Us on Twitter!

Tweets by RogersHighSclMN