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This calendar, produced and funded by the Development Office, provides invaluable information to the entire Roeper Community. Just about every important event of the school year is listed — including Parent/Teacher conferences, club meetings, school vacations, students’ birthdays and much more.
This directory lists telephone numbers and addresses of the Roeper student body. In addition, it lists Parent Community Board of Directors, Roeper School Board of Trustees, Administrative Offices and staff voicemail numbers. Class rosters and a geographical listing of families are also listed to make carpooling easier. This Directory is produced by the Development Office. Please report changes/corrections to Kathy Kasper at email@example.com or 248/203-7307.
Editor Donald Ambrose, Ph.D.
This peer-reviewed, quarterly journal focuses on policy issues, developments, innovations in practice and applied research in gifted education. Published by The Roeper Institute, it provides coverage on gifted issues for professionals who work with gifted students, parents and advocates of gifted children. It is available through Taylor and Francis Journals.
Published by the Development Office, this magazine contains news and commentary about current school community life with feature stories, profiles, reunion recaps, class notes, announcements, etc. for and about alumni and other members of the Roeper community. It is distributed to the entire Roeper community four times a year. Two issues focus on specific topics chosen by the KIT Editorial Board; one is The Roeper School Annual Report — summing up the school year programs, appeals and benefit efforts. Development goals and the school’s budget goals are defined. It also includes reports to the Community from the Head and the Chair of the Board of Trustees; and the fourth is the special senior edition, which is entirely about the most recent graduating class, their activities and their college choices.
KEEPING IN TOUCH ARCHIVES
Mentoring Heights is published monthly during the school year by the Admission Department and offers important information as well as articles of interest to families new to Roeper.
A memory book, a reference source, a public relations vehicle and a historical record of one specific year, the Roeper Yearbook is created by the members of the Middle and Upper School Yearbook staffs. It provides unique coverage of the people, places and events at both campuses and is distributed each June. Contact Yearbook Advisor, Linda Vernon at 203-7449 (Yearbook office — Birmingham campus) for information, to place an advertisement (prior to December 1), to purchase a book or to submit photos for publication.
The Muse is a literary magazine published annually by the Upper School students that features student poetry, prose, photography and artwork.
This collection of 22 articles, essays and addresses reflects the personal journey of Annemarie Roeper as an educator of young children, educator of gifted children, innovator, school administrator and, finally, global citizen.
This book, written by Annemarie Roeper, articulates an approach to education based on the Roepers’ philosophy and which differs fundamentally in philosophy and application from the conventional approach to traditional education.
The purpose of the Strategic Plan is to assist The Roeper School to define and present itself as a clear, desirable and proven alternative education choice. Roeper’s Strategic Plan is forged at a time of compelling challenges for education in general, private education in particular, and for Roeper’s unique educational model and infrastructure specifically.
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