Faculty Friday Spotlight, Perry Rogers
Perry Rogers began teaching at De La Salle in 1997. She taught US History and Human Geography until 2000 when she departed to start her family, that now includes three beautiful children. Perry returned to De La Salle in 2011 and at present, she teaches AP US History, AP Human Geography, and 8th Grade English.
Perry also moderates the Study Center. The Study Center is a place that students can go for tutoring in any subject. Tutors include teachers, volunteers, retired teachers, and fellow students. The Study Center is open to all students to drop in during second lunch and after school Monday through Friday.
“Mrs. Rogers is a gifted teacher and a tireless worker. She possesses the unique ability to effectively motivate and educate our brightest students, as well as those students in need of academic support. Mrs. Rogers models our Lasallian values consistently and passionately, and her love for her work and for her students is evident.” –Principal, Paul Kelly ’83
Perry earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Lipscomb University in Nashville and her Masters of Arts in Teaching from Tulane University. Outside of class Perry enjoys reading, spending time with her family and traveling.