Dr. Julian Rogus School

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  19900 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park, IL, 60487
 Phone (815) 464-2285


Principal: Laura C. Goebel
Assistant Principal: Maura K. Carroll

  School Hours

Office Hours: 8:00am-3:55pm
Teacher Hours: 8:10am-3:10pm
Student Hours: 8:20am to 2:50pm*
Half-Day Student Hours: 8:20am-11:30am
* Activity Dismissal: 3:55pm


Reassessment Procedures for Reading, Language, and Social Studies Students who receive a D or an F will have a required retake. Students that receive an A, B, or C may request to retake a summative assessment. This request must be made within a week of the summative assessment. Keep in mind that students that opt to retake a summative assessment may only do so once per subject per quarter and the second grade will be the one recorded in PowerSchool. Students must meet with the teacher to discuss the assessment and students will need to complete the following steps for reassessment to be given. Step 1: Students will need to fill out a "Request to Re-Test" form. This form requires both a parent and student signature. Step 2: Students will need to correct the original assessment and complete any additional review pages provided by the teacher to prepare for the reassessment. The reassessment will take place within a week of the original assessment on a date determined by the teacher. The request to re-test form and evidence must be completed and returned on the date of the reassessment. Students that do not complete all requirements, will not be allowed to retake the summative assessment.

Posted : 2018-10-09 | Due on : 2018-10-17

Night in the Museum Inquiry Project

Students will work in small group to research an early American empire and create artifacts for a museum display.

Posted : 2019-01-23 | Due on : 2019-01-25

The Road to War Choose Your Own Adventure


Posted : 2019-02-15 | Due on : 2019-02-20

Opinion Writing Power Point and Guide

Use the attached power point to complete the Opinion Writing Writers Guide Worksheet

This week in class



Social Studies Summative Project due at the end of the day


Wildcat Wednesday! - wear your spirit wear to school!



Lesson 12 Reading Test


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Mrs. Maranto’s Weekly News
February 18, 2019
Reading/Language Arts: 
This week we will focus on identifying and writing opinions.  The children will learn to write an opinion essay.  They will learn to write a claim and create logical reasons to support their claim. They will be writing several essays in class and culminate with an opinion essay of their choice.
Social Studies:   We will be learning about the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea party.  Students will use what they are learning about opinion writing in ELA to write short opinion pieces about these events.

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