ROCORI High School received our fifth award and third consecutive in recognition of one of America’s Best High Schools.
ROCORI High School has over 22 college level courses taught within the building by certified instructors. Students, now beginning in their sophomore year, may be eligible to begin taking college courses within their normal schedule at ROCORI. These courses are free for students, and allow students official college credits to be transferred when they graduate.
- This year’s class had a 82% participation rate in the ACT.
- 7% of those students scored 30 or higher
- Class average ACT Score was 22.3
- State Average: 21.1
- National Average: 20.8
We want to thank all the staff that are retiring. Combined the 7 people retiring have given 191 years of experience/service to ROCORI students, staff and community. Your service is appreciated!
Bruce Weber 1982-2018
Dottie Ritter 2007-2019
Mary Theis 1989-2019
Tom Petroski 1989-2019
Mary Ann Hennen 1976-2019
Shirley Kalthoff 1984-2019
Marilyn Zenner 2014-2019
We have wonderful staff here at ROCORI and many of them have given numerous years of service to the district. We want to thank these staff for the many years they have given to ROCORI students, staff and community.
Sandy Willard, Shannon Molitor, Traci Kooiman, Chuck Griffith, Lori Folwarski, Deb Peine, Nancy Schroeder
Tom Siekkinen, Dean Kron, Jeff Illies, Dave Sorenson, Bob Mertes, Paul Court
Brenda Vierzba, Lisa Zabinski, Cathy Hansen, Patti Rice, Julia Konop, Kay Brink
Not Pictured: Rachel Neutzling
Irene Worm, Ted Faber, Theresa Dingmann, Josh Austad
Not Pictured: Vern Ahles
Tom Petroski, Stephanie Randolph, Mark Larcom, Dana Groetsch, Joel Baumgarten
Celebrating 50 years of ROCORI! This episode looks back on ROCORI graduates who now teach in the district.