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Denise Rogers
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Mrs. Denise Rogers is a native of Orange County, California. Mrs. Rogers earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology education from Claflin University. As an undergraduate student, she was selected to participate in internships at the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Minnesota. Upon graduating from Claflin University, Mrs. Rogers taught in South Carolina for five years before relocating to Richmond, Virginia. Mrs. Rogers earned a master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in environmental science and administration from Virginia Commonwealth University and a master of science in pharmacy with a concentration in forensic science from the University of Florida. Mrs. Rogers has over twenty-six years of experience teaching middle school science, high school biology, anatomy, forensic science, ecology, and high school summer remediation science classes. She has also served as an instructional specialist for math and science for two years and taught science courses for students in grades 6 –12 in an alternative school setting. In addition, Mrs. Rogers also taught science at ChallengeU, an online graduation recovery program. During the spring of 2019, Mrs. Rogers earned an educational specialist degree in curriculum and instruction. Currently, Mrs. Rogers teaches High School Biology and AP Biology for Richmond City Public Schools in Richmond, VA. Mrs. Rogers’s love of science and children can be seen as she exposes students to new and exciting concepts and shares her travels and experiences with everyone. Her cultured upbringing, hands-on approach, and rapport with students and staff have made her the distinguished educator that she is today.