Sig Rogich Middle School has been designated as a National Blue Ribbon School!
Mrs. Harrison-Rollins Named Nevada's Principal of the Year!
We are so proud to announce that on behalf of SSPAN (Secondary Schools Principal's Association of Nevada) and NASA (Nevada Association of School Administrators) Mrs. Harrison-Rollins has been named Nevada's Principal of the Year!!!
Rogich Middle School is a part of the Clark County School District, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rogich MS is dedicated to setting the standard for rigorous education, and according to the Nevada School Performance Framework has received the highest possible Five Star designation.
Welcome to Rough Rider Country!
Welcome Back! We are busy getting ready for you, and anxious to begin another great year in Rough Rider Country.
Sixth Grade and New Student Orientation will be held on Thursday, August 10th at 10AM. Please meet in the gymnasium to receive important information followed with an opportunity to find lockers, classrooms and meet the administration. We look forward to seeing all sixth grade and new students at the orientation.
All students will receive their class schedule on the first day of school; no exceptions will be made. We will not be hosting orientations for returning students this year, as all fees can be paid online via our Web Store located on the Rogich Website. We encourage you to pay your fees early, and visit the website regularly as we will continuously update the website and provide all necessary information throughout the year.
Classes begin on Monday, August 14th at 9:10 AM for all students. Students will report directly to their homeroom class, according to a first day of school homeroom list by the student’s last name. There will be a list posted on our website as well as several posted around campus on the first day of school. It is very important for students to be in attendance on the first day of school. Students not in attendance will be rescheduled and will have to re-select their elective choices. All seats not filled on the 14th will reopen for new students and those registering on the first day of school. Prior selections may no longer be available.
All students enrolling in seven classes will not begin the early bird schedule until Tuesday, August 15th. Students with a seven period day will begin the day promptly at 8:00 AM and conclude at the regular dismissal time of 3:21 PM.
We invite you to join us for our Open House which is scheduled for Wednesday, August 16th at 6:30 PM.
We are looking forward to seeing you on our opening day.
School Picture Days are August 23 and 24!
With the beginning of the new school year, it is time for all Rough Riders to dress up and smile for their school pictures. These pictures are very important because they will be used for the yearbook and for student ID cards that students are required to place in their Chromebook covers. Pictures will be taken of ALL students on Wednesday, August 23rd and Thursday, August 24th in the gym. Since the pictures will be taken during each student’s Science class, please refer to the schedule below. In addition, a picture flier will be provided to every student on Monday, August 21st. This flier contains valuable information about the pictures and the various methods to purchase picture packets.
Wednesday, August 23rd
Ballagh – Science 6
Stanley – Science 6
Rowley – Science 6
Bole – Science 8
Moline – Science 8
Thursday, August 24th
Farley Early Bird Class
Heck – Science 8
Thom – Science 6/7
Farley – Science 7
Yancey – Science 7
Deans Conduct Presentation of School Expectations to Rogich Students!
During the first week of school, the deans of Sig Rogich Middle School conducted a presentation of school rules and expectations to all students. Click HERE for a detailed look of the presentation.
Rough Riders Excel at the National History Day Competition in Washington, D.C.!
During the week of June 11, Sig Rogich Middle School proudly sent 13 students to the National History Day Competition in Washington D.C. The students attending were: Claire Sun (7th grade), Nadia Agrebi (7th), Tyler Norkus (8th), Christen Smith (8th), Andrea DeLisa (8th), Tessa Maes (8th), Lexi Johnson (8th), Zeena Abou-Nasr (8th), Kacie Weiner (8th), Ella Reynolds (8th), Jalen Keller (8th), Heather Saxe (8th), and Arianna Ophir (8th). Students representing every state, Washington, D.C., American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and international schools in South Korea, South Asia, and China were in attendance.
Rough Rider students did an amazing job in representing Rogich Middle School, and the state of Nevada. For the first time ever, the state of Nevada had two projects voted as Top Ten in the Nation, and they were both from Rogich Middle School!
Tyler Norkus placed 5th in the nation for his historical paper on Upton Sinclair.
Arianna Ophir, Jalen Keller, Ella Reynolds, and Heather Saxe placed in the top ten in the nation for their historical performance about Carrie Nation.
In addition, Christen Smith’s and Andrea DeLisa’s documentary on child abuse has been requested by medical professionals to be used as a training tool for the Clark County D.A’s office on child abuse cases.
The Rough Rider Web Store is Open for the 2017/2018 School Year!
Take care of all you 2017/2018 school year needs at the Rough Rider Web Store. Click HERE for details!
Chromebook Expectations for Students
· Students should expect to use their Chromebook daily.
· Chromebooks are not permitted in the cafeteria and should be placed in student’s locker during the lunch period.
· Chromebooks are to be charged at home and ready to go at the beginning of the day.
· Students who do not have their Chromebook for classroom activities will not be permitted to use their cell phone.
· Failure to bring Chromebook to class may result in lost points for assignments.
· Students must carry their Chromebook in the case assigned to them.
· Do not store power charging devices in the carrying case. It will cause damage.
· Student ID Cards must be placed in transparent card holder on Chromebook case.
Lady Rough Riders Are City Champions!
The Lady Rough Riders finished their season winning the CCSD City Championship at Spring Valley High School by defeating Silvestri Junior High by a score of 44 to 39. This is the first city title for Lady Rough Rider Basketball.
SRMS Student Council and Advisor, Robin Thomas, Earn High Marks at Leadership Event!
CCSD student councils and their advisors were recognized at the Thrill of Leadership State Leadership Conference held at Spring Valley High School. The event was presented by CCSD Student Activities and the Nevada Association of Student Councils (NASC).
The Sig Rogich Middle School Student Council was named a Spirit of Nevada Award Winner for 2016/2017. SRMS Student Council Advisor, Robin Thomas, was honored as the Middle/Junior High School Advisor of the Year!