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Heather Rogers

"Technology is nothing. What's important is that you have a faith in people, that they're basically good and smart, and if you give them tools, they'll do wonderful things with them."

Steve Jobs

What an honor it is for me to teach students tools to open their world and allow them to do wonderful things with those tools. 

The courses I will be teaching this year are as follows: 

Principles of Arts, Audio/Visual, and CommunicationThis course will explore a wide variety of topics. Careers, history, ethics, and safety in Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications are discussed and through projects and group work, students will develop a creative aptitude, a strong background in computer and technology applications, a strong academic foundation and a proficiency in oral and written communication.

Prints and Imaging- Careers in printing span all aspects of the industry, including prepress, press, and finishing and bindery operations. Within this context, in addition to developing technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications career cluster, students will be expected to develop an understanding of the printing industry with a focus on prepress and desktop publishing.

Technology Applications(6th)- This class is a sixth grade class focusing on Research and Information Fluency, Technology Operations and Concepts, and Digital Citizenship. The class will be engaging the students in a variety of classroom work involving software (i.e. MS Office), exercises/practice, discussions/lectures, and activities meant to give students a solid background for middle school

Eighth Grade Careers- This course is designed to guide students through the process of investigation and in the development of a college and career achievement plan. Students will use interest inventory software, guest speakers, and other tools to explore areas of personal interest. Students will use this information to explore educational requirements for a variety of chosen career paths.


To receive full credit for a course, work must be submitted by the assigned date. While there is a late grade (10% first day, 20% second day, the maximum grade for work late for more than two days is a 70), there is no make-up work unless with prior consent by the teacher.

Class is a lot more fun for the students and the teachers when we come to class with our best foot forward. This means fully present, with a positive attitude, and respect for the place and the people. Anything that keeps a student from being those things will result in consequences.

Absolutely no food or drink is allowed in the classroom lab. All water bottles, snacks, drinks, etc. must be left in the student’s locker before class.

Mrs. Rogers Schedule


1st Period: 6A/6B Tech Apps

2nd Period: Principles of Audio/Visual, Arts, and Communications

3rd Period: Conference

4th Period: Principles of Audio/Visual Technology

5th Period: Prints and Imaging


JH 6th Period: 8A/8B Careers

7th Period: Principles of Audio/Visual, Arts, and Communications

8th Period: Yearbook !!

The staff of Brookeland ISD believes that ALL students can learn.  We believe that our school’s purpose is to educate all students to high levels of academic performance while fostering positive growth in social/emotional behaviors and attitudes.  We accept the responsibility to teach all students in a challenging, meaningful way that allows each child to become a literate, contributing adult.  Brookeland ISD is a center for sound learning, academic discovery, and the pursuit of wisdom through advanced course offerings, high academic standards and aggressive, innovative instruction.  The students of Brookeland ISD will excel and compete academically with any students in the country.

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