June 6 Will Be Rogers’ Last Day Of School

Posted: February 19, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Students in Rogers will attend school until June 6, if there are no more snow days. There will be no waiver application from Rogers School District to the state and students will not be in school on spring break.

At A Glance

Board Action

Rogers’ School Board met Tuesday and approved:

• A $2,367,795 change order for construction at the Annex phase II remodel was approved. The changes will retrofit the roof, add cabling, kitchen equipment, remodel restrooms in the gymnasium used by the wrestling team and square footage for New Technology High School.

• Administrators refinancing a set of 2009 bonds for an estimated savings of $3.3 million. The savings will be paid in a lump sum into next year’s building budget, Kathy Hanlon, chief financial officer, said. The money will be used to pay for construction at New Technology High School.

Source: Staff Report

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