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Rossford Schools 7.9-mills Renewal Operating Levies

Not a New Tax

Dear Rossford Schools Community Members, On May 2, 2017, voters will be asked to vote on the renewal of two separate school district operating levies to continue funding for the current operations of the Rossford Exempted Village School District. This is not an increase. Both issues are RENEWALS (not a new tax), each one representing 7.9 mills, which accounts for a combined 25% of the school district’s total operating budget. Operating funds are used to pay for our student programs and day-to-day operations of the school district. Operating funds are entirely separate from the bond issue that was just . . .

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District Officials Make Bonds Available to Residents

Informational Seminar on Monday, March 27, 2017

Officials of the Rossford Exempted Village School District have been working to prepare for the issuance of $32,000,000 in bonds. Voters approved the bond issue in November 2016 to provide funding for the expansion of and improvements to the District’s facilities. Since the approval of the bond issue, District officials have been working to secure a bond credit rating, as well as completing the bond offering documents. Rockmill Financial Consulting, LLC, a Lancaster, Ohio firm that specializes in public finance, has been engaged by District officials to serve as Municipal Advisor for the issue. This week, . . .

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The Bulldog Foundation Awards its First Grant

The Bulldog Foundation announced the award of its first grant to Maria Pratt, Rossford Schools Gifted Intervention Specialist.  Mrs. Pratt is the recipient of a $1,000 grant to be utilized for Ozobots, an elementary coding and programming educational tool.  The Ozobots are bundled as kits, which present the students with situations where they use their skills in math such as multiplication, fractions, statistics and probability while programming these robots.  Students will learn advanced programming skills as they progress through the curriculum. The grant is sustainable, in that the Ozobots can be used by . . .

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Rossford Schools Third Annual Fine Arts Night

Thursday, April 20, 2017

The staff and students of Rossford Schools are proud to present their third annual Fine Arts Night on Thursday, April 20, from 6:00-8:00 p.m.  The event will be held at the Rossford Schools Administrative Offices at Indian Hills, 401 Glenwood Road, Rossford, Ohio.   Join us and enjoy an array of artwork and musical performances by our students in grades K-12. Thank you in advance for your support of the Rossford Schools Visual and Musical Arts programs.  We look forward to seeing you on April 20!

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Kindergarten Screening & Registration

2017-2018 School Year

Attention: Parents of upcoming kindergartners.  Did you know that Rossford Schools offers full-day kindergarten?   If you have a child who will be five (5) years old by August 1, 2017, the following information is important for you!   WHAT:     Kindergarten 2017-2018 Screening & Registration WHEN:     Wednesday, May 10, from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.                 Thursday, May 11, from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. WHERE:   Rossford Schools Administrative Offices at Indian Hills (formerly . . .

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2017 Award of Distinction Forms Now Available

Nomination Forms Due by May 1, 2017

Rossford community members are asked to nominate a deserving candidate who has graduated from Rossford High School prior to 1985 and who has made significant contributions to society. Nomination forms are available at the Rossford Public Library, the Rossford Community Recreation Center, the Rossford Schools Administrative Offices at Indian Hills, and each Rossford school's main office. Last year’s ho noree,  Margo Dianne (Richmond) Smith , was recognized at a ceremony and reception acknowledging her numerous accomplishments. Many family and community members attended the . . .

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Learning and Playing in the Preschool Classrooms

Our Glenwood Elementary School preschoolers are learning and having so much fun in the classroom! In Mrs. Christoffers’ class, students set up a pizzeria as part of their Plan and Play labs.  They waited on customers, operated the cash register, and served pizza as part of the learning experience. The students in Mrs. Lowe’s class made a train out of cardboard boxes. The students were so excited as they traveled around the classroom in their make-believe train! (click on the picture above for additional images)

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RHS SOS Club Members Participate in "Show Them We Care" Drive

Members of the Rossford High School SOS Club volunteered at All Saints Catholic Church's “Show Them We Care” military packaging drive on February 27. Students sorted items, assembled care packages, and signed cards for ten local soldiers serving overseas. Th e packages contained a St. Patrick ’s Day theme and were set to arrive in time for the holiday. 

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Choir Performs at Toledo Walleye Game

Students of the Rossford Elementary Choir from Eagle Point School performed at the Walleye Game on February 24 at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. They performed the Canadian National Anthem in English and French prior to the start of the game.  They also sang two songs during the period break, America My Homeland in 3 part canon and partner songs Sing a Song of Peace, and This is My Country.  Students were also treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of the Huntington Center. Our students enjoyed a fun-filled evening!

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Nationally Recognized Presenter Visits Rossford Schools

Mr. Scott Grant, guest speaker from the University of Findlay, visited Rossford High School on February 23. Mr. Grant is a nationally recognized presenter for “Building Your Brand Through Social Media.”  He presented to our students in grades 6-12 conveying the message of how social media, along with the footprint you leave, can define who you are to perspective employers and colleges.   We were fortunate to secure this speaker through a generous donation from an anonymous parent of a Rossford Schools student.  

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