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Rossford Junior High School receives 'Momentum' award from State

The Ohio Department of Education honored Rossford Junior High School with the 'Momentum' Award for its progress and value-added in the state report card released this fall.  "It is a great honor to receive this Momentum award," RJHS Principal Bryan Skrzyniecki said. "We are proud of our staff, students and families who have worked diligently to ensure every student is reaching their potential. This award is very positive for our school because it not only shows that our students are making strong growth overall, but that our students with specific needs are showing the same . . .

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Superintendent Creps column on safety exercise

Dear Rossford Schools Community: Ensuring student safety is a top priority for the district and is a priority that is continually under review for improvement. A major part of the improvement process is the review of our safety plans with area emergency responders to make sure we have the best practices included in our plans and communication with emergency personnel remains open and consistent. In keeping with these goals Rossford Schools recently hosted representatives from several area emergency agencies for what is called a safety table-top exercise. The table-top exercise presents to the school . . .

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Rossford High School Heisman honorees

There are some students who set the bar. They work harder, show more passion and lead by example—in the classroom, on the field and within the community. Today, Wendy’s High School Heisman recognizes Addison Murtha and Jake Pietrasz from Rossford High School and their dedication to never cutting corners by naming them School Winners. “These students are known by their teachers and friends for their commitment to excellence. We are excited and honored that a program like Wendy’s High School Heisman is also recognizing their hard work,” said Tony Brashear, Rossford High School . . .

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Time to Update Your InfoSnap Back-to-School Information

We are very excited to inform you that the 2017-2018 InfoSnap Back-to-School forms are now available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. As you know, we started something new with our yearly forms last school year. We moved all of our forms to an online version and made the forms available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal where you have 24/7 access to your student’s grades and attendance. If you remember, we asked you to complete most of the information because we wanted to ensure accurate data in our system. This year, we pulled much of that data and modified the forms to make them easier to complete. It is very . . .

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Adjusted School Lunch Guidelines

Dear Rossford Schools Community, After the release of new USDA guidelines and careful review of our policy and procedures with our food service program we want to share adjustments being made as a result. In the past we provided ‘emergency meals’ for students who surpassed the district determined charge limit. The USDA advised against this practice, and recommends reimbursed lunches are provided instead. This has no effect for students who qualify for free lunches. To accommodate the USDA guidelines, after a student exceeds his or her charge amount a ham and cheese sandwich, milk, fruit, and . . .

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Updating District Transportation Guidelines

Dear Rossford Schools Parents/Guardians, We are updating our transportation forms and guidelines, which you will find below.  These revisions will assist parents and school personnel with advanced planning and will help account for how our students are transported to and from home safely. Parents/guardians will continue to be able to choose whether their child will be picked up by a parent, sent to the Community Learning Center (CLC), ride the bus home, or go to one (1) alternate location (e.g., grandparent’s home).  A child can go to any of the locations above on any given day of the week; . . .

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