Pokemon Carnival – Saturday, October 8th

T.H. Rogers Pokemon Carnival  
Saturday, October 8th     11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Pokemon Costume Contest 1:00 pm

Click HERE to buy your tickets online and save $$.

Tickets are required for all carnival activities, food, confetti eggs, and raffles.
Pick up your pre-purchased tickets at Carnival entrance on October 8th.

We need your help to make it a GREAT Carnival!!
Click HERE to volunteer and join the fun

Click HERE for more Carnival details (Spanish version)

PARKING:  In addition to the school parking lots (off Bering & Augusta), Westminster Church has graciously allowed us to use their lot (in front of & behind the church) at 5801 San Felipe.
Crossing guard will be on duty to help families cross San Felipe.

Carnival co-chairs: Essence Briggs & Alexandra Erkal –

Inflatables – 1 ticket
Wacky Hair Coloring – 1 ticket
Face Painting – 1 ticket
Tug-O-War – 1 ticket
Raffle Entries – 1 ticket
Carnival Games – 1 ticket
Sack Races – 1 ticket
Rockwall – 2 tickets
Dunking Booth – 2 tickets
Confetti Eggs – 3 tickets
Camel Rides – 3 tickets
Video Game Truck – 3 tickets
and much more!!!

Carnival Food:
Hot Dogs – 1 ticket
Samosas – 1 ticket
Pizza – 1 ticket
Cotton Candy – 1 ticket
Popcorn – 1 ticket
Drinks – 1 ticket
Candy – 1 ticket
Shaved Ice – 2-3 tickets  (lots of flavors!)


Bat Watching – Friday, October 14th

T.H. Rogers PTO Invites All Students, Parents, Staff and their Families to…

Bat Watching at Waugh Bridge

Friday, October 14, 2016, 7:00 pm

Did you know that Houston has its own bat colony in the heart of the city?  Almost 300,000 bats live under the Buffalo Bayou Bridge at Waugh Drive.  They come out every night at dusk.

7:00 pm:     Meet UpParking can be difficult.  Please be mindful of towing or restricted parking signs.

Dusk:           Watch Bats Fly out from under the Bridge at Dusk!

Cost:            FREE!

Bring:          Blanket/Folding Chairs to sit on, Mosquito Repellent, Drinks

Please Note:  There are no restrooms.  This is a busy intersection, so watch children carefully & lookout for cars.

Tips for safe bat

Parking:  Cleveland Park (200 Jackson Hill)  &  Spotts Park (401 S. Heights)

Click HERE for details

A T.H. Rogers PTO Community Building Event ~ Creating Unity Within Our Diversity


Middle School Bowling event – Sunday October 23rd



Sunday, October 23rd from 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Palace Bowling Lanes
4191 Bellaire Boulevard, Houston TX 77025

Light snacks and drinks will be provided (limited to availability).

This is a free event for TH Rogers middle school students, Middle School teachers and administration.

An RSVP is required from those attending in order to obtain an accurate head-count.  Please click HERE to RSVP.

Please wear heavy socks.  Only a limited number of shoes are available on a first come, first served basis.

This is not a student ‘drop-off’ event.  There should be at least one parent chaperone present for every 5 students.
Since this is a community-building event, it is a wonderful opportunity for parents to meet with each other, their children’s teachers & principals.

Questions?  Contact Middle School Community Development Co-Chairs:
Lisa Rossmiller l
Charlene Tsang-Kao l

Hope to see you there!

 This event is generously sponsored by the TH Rogers PTO


On your mark! Get set! GO!

Don’t wait — join ONLINE now!

PTO Membership Levels
Platinum $1,500+: Special breakfast with the Principals; Special recognition on the school marquee, AND
Gold $750+: 1/4 page ad or dedication in the School Directory, AND
Silver $250+: Donor Wall recognition, AND 
Bronze $125+: PTO Website recognition, AND
Ram $10+: Car Decal and School Directory

Membership Co-Chairs:
Jennifer Radcliffe & Jennifer Cable

The T.H. Rogers PTO is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Contributions are tax deductible as allowable by law.



HISD Cyber Safety website

HISD  maintains a cyber safety website that is designed to arm staff, students, and parents with the tools and knowledge they need to stay safe in today’s digital world.

The website, which is available in English and Spanish, is full of tip sheets, videos, educator resources, student activities, parent guides, and even family media agreements for parents to guide their children on the proper use of cell phones, tablets, and laptops.

The site can be accessed at