Rogers Elementary

Soaring to Excellence

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On the Rise!


    2600 Dexter Road | Auburn Hills, MI 48326 | 248-451-7850

    WHO WE ARE: Built in 1957, Rogers Elementary is part of the School District of the City of Pontiac and is located on the northeast side of Auburn Hills. Rogers enrollment continues to grow and currently includes 360 students for the 2016-17 academic year. We have 13 classrooms, a cafeteria, performance stage, computer lab and media center. We are a K-6 institution that also caters to students with special education, speech and English as a Second Language course needs.

    WHAT WE OFFER: Promethean Interactive Boards | Comprehensive Mathematics Program | After School Enrichment | Project Excel | After School Tutoring | Positive Behavior Intervention and Support | Thinking Maps™ | Family Math Nights
    A World in Motion

    PARTNERSHIPS: Oakland County Sheriff's Office | Kiwanis International | Optimist Club | Assistance League of Southeast Michigan | Gleaner's Food Bank | Oakland County Health Department | General Motors | Kensington Church | St. John's Fischer

    CONTACT US: Arlee Ewing - Principal | Debbie Leese - Administrative Assistant

Welcome Back
  • Rogers Elementary recently teamed up with Jersey Mike's Subs for a fundraiser! Students and staff redeemed donation cards at the Squirrel Road store for a free submarine sandwich. Jersey Mike's returned 100% of all donations! Thanks, Jersey Mike's!

    Rogers Fundraiser

  • Rogers students are working hard to reach the top!

  • Students engaged in EPIC STEM Program experiments

    EPIC Program

  • Thank you Evrod Cassimy, WDIV Local 4 staff, Jonathan Edison and John John of "The Big Adventures of John John" for visiting Rogers Elementary during March is Reading Month activities! Check out what we learned from the book here.

    March is Reading Month

    Channel 4's Evrod Cassimy with Mrs. St. Onge's 5th grade class.

     March is Reading Month

    Rogers student Travion (in costume) and author Jonathan Edison. 

    March is Reading Month

    John John finds a new friend in Evrod Cassimy.


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