Welcome, Rockets!

Welcome to Rodgers Elementary where we are dedicated to working with our students and families to provide students with a positive and challenging environment in which they can succeed academically, emotionally and socially. We do this by building positive relationships with our students and their families both in and out of the classroom. We create learning opportunities that are highly engaging and meaningful for all types of learners.  We set high expectations, work hard on our goals and celebrate our successes.

We are proud of our Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program (PBIS), the collaboration of our staff during Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), and the researched based curriculum we teach through the Common Core Standards.  Additionally, our PTC, with support of all of our families, works in collaboration with the school staff to provide enriching experiences for our children and support the work of the teacher in the classroom. We shoot for the stars to make futures brighter. Rodgers

Rodgers Information

RE/MAX Engages Students with Hot Air Balloon

Shannon Parker, Realtor for RE/MAX First, introduced Rodgers Elementary to this red, white, and blue hot air balloon. Because Shannon grew up in Saint Clair Shores and feels passionately about our school system, the Southeast Michigan RE/MAX Division offered this learning program for free. Five hundred students learned thermodynamics, wind sheer, direction in relationship to point a and point b, and the science behind how it floats.

Thank you, RE/MAX First, for giving back to our community in such a big way!


Rodgers Elementary Participates in Spirit Walk

At Rodgers Elementary’s Spirit Walk assembly, students celebrated Stephen Covey’s habit of highly effective people, Begin with the End in Mind, by setting goals and raising $12,012 to purchase 3 new water bottle filling stations based on the theme this year of recycling.

In first place, Connor Moore raised the most money, with $820. Logan Olson's $745, Dominick Graziano's $515, Brianna Carr's $350, and Keira Okamoto's $305 were in the Top 5. Ms. Wilson's 2nd grade class was the banner winner, earning $100 for her classroom.

The student-led assembly consisted of announcements, a student-produced video on goals, Rodgers Rockets cheerleading performances, and the Lake Shore High School Band and Cheerleaders. We heard from students and staff about their personal and professional goals and ways they accomplished them. Thank you to everyone for your participation in another successful Spirit Walk!

Spirit Walk

The New Track

Rodgers Elementary held a ribbon cutting ceremony on September 14 to officially open the track to the school and community. The Parent/Teacher Committee raised over $35,000 to install it!

Most of that was raised at our Spirit Walk last year by our generous Rodgers families. Some of it was surplus money that had been in our account for a few years. According to Parent-Teacher Club President Shannon Snarski, “We wanted to put the money towards something that every student and even our community could enjoy!”


By the Numbers

104 employees
73 5th grade students
86 4th grade students
70 3rd grade students
80 2nd grade students
86 1st grade students
69 Kindergarten students
569 Chromebooks distributed
4 extracurricular activities
1 sport
1 Rodgers Elementary

Points of Pride

During the 2017-18 school year, there have been many reminders of what Lake Shore Public Schools stands for. Please enjoy our Points of Pride slideshow, a collection of reasons why Lake Shore is our home.

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