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Northwest Missouri State University

Sara Rogers

Sara Rogers



110 Brown Hall


660.562.1992 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2007

Fourth Grade


  • M.S.Ed. Elementary Education; University of Nebraska-Omaha, 2003
  • B.S.Ed. Elementary Education; Northwest Missouri State University, 2001
  • B.S.Ed. K-12 Cross Categorical Special Education; Northwest Missouri State University, 2001

Grade Levels Previously Taught

I started my teaching career in Omaha, Nebraska where I taught 4th grade for two year. My husband and I moved to Kansas City where I taught 3rd grade with Liberty Public Schools for 3 years. Since being at Horace Mann I have taught 3rd grade, K-6 Special Education and now 4th grade.

Areas of Special Interest

  • Utilizing technology in the classroom that incorporates inquiry based learning 
  • Cooperative learning
  • Mentoring practicum and graduate students
  • Grant writing
    • Most recently, I assisted in writing a National Science Foundation grant in mathematics education to develop curriculum based around technology.

Favorite Thing About Teaching

My favorite thing about teaching is working with my students. I love spending my days watching children learn and grow…they are such a gift. I love using technology to enhance my teaching and the learning of my students. 

Hobbies/Free-time Activities

In my free time I love spending time with my husband Andy and my daughter Schia. I love to read, blog, and run. I love Husker football. I love going out to dinner with friends!

Favorite Children’s Book

Anything written by Chris VanAllsburg or Patricia Polacco will NEVER disappoint.