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WATCH: Rogers Art Teacher Tom Pettoello Paints A Perfect 2020 Graduation

Graduations around Spokane have been quite different this year due to COVID-19. Many of the 2020 graduates have missed out on the normal graduation excitement but Rogers High School Art Teacher, Tom Pettoello, wants to make sure that their special day is still remembered. Over the past month, he has spray-painted the names of every Spokane graduate on their high school football fields. Joe McHale sits down with Pettoello to talk about the meaning behind his incredible idea.

WATCH: Rogers Art Teacher Tom Pettoello Paints A Perfect 2020 Graduation

Graduations around Spokane have been quite different this year due to COVID-19. Many of the 2020 graduates have missed out on the normal graduation excitement but Rogers High School Art Teacher, Tom Pettoello, wants to make sure that their special day is still remembered. Over the past month, he has spray-painted the names of every Spokane graduate on their high school football fields. Joe McHale sits down with Pettoello to talk about the meaning behind his incredible idea.

Young women of a Rogers High club look to themselves, others for empowerment

On Tuesday morning at Rogers High School, messages of empowerment came from every corner of Room 209. Discussion of how Spokane may soon have a female mayor and what there is to learn from Michelle Obama’s “Becoming.” Mostly, though, empowerment came from the young women of the Strong Women Achieving Greatness club.

Rogers High School students learned the hard way and now they’re off to college

As Principal Lori Wyborney looked on like a “proud, crying mom,” dozens of seniors filled the gymnasium at Rogers High School on Friday. The occasion was signing day for Rogers’ 100% College Application Completion project, which promised a future – in college, the military or the trades – to all who dared to chase that dream.

Rogers High School leadership club cooks up confidence

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a national career and technical student organization that attempts to provide personal growth, leadership development and career preparation opportunities for students. At Rogers High School, it’s a vehicle to build community and self-confidence.