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ROSSFORD SCHOOLS "EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION"

Link Crew leader discusses what to know to incoming freshmen at Rossford High School.

Freshmen Orientation at RHS August 23

Seniors & Juniors will welcome the 2021 Class

Freshmen Orientation The staff and students of Rossford High School invite the Class of 2021 to the Link Crew Freshmen Orientation from 7:45 a.m. to 2:39 p.m. on Wednesday, August 23, in the high school gym. The purpose of this orientation is to make the transition from middle school to high school a positive one.  Seniors and juniors will be serving as leaders and mentors to the freshmen students. Large and small group activities are designed to address students’ needs and concerns in an enjoyable manner.  Wear comfortable clothes and do not bring your school stuff . . . travel light! . . .

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Free-of-Charge Substitute Teacher In-service

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Do you have a non-educational Bachelor's degree and have an interest in becoming a substitute teacher?  The Rossford School District is hosting a free in-service for those individuals interested in learning more about substitute teaching in the Rossford School District. Individuals without teaching experience, substitute teachers employed by area school districts, and current Rossford School District substitute teachers who have not attended a previous session are invited to attend. The in-service will take place on Thursday, September 7, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Professional Development . . .

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Superintendent Dan Creps

Superintendent Creps Back to School Letter

Dear Rossford Schools Community, It seems to have gone by so quickly, yet summer is coming to an end and we are excited to be gearing up for the 2017-2018 school year. There are a few new “welcomes,” changes and reminders to note as the first day for students is approaching. First, we want to welcome new staff members as others have entered into retirement or have chosen to pursue other career opportunities. Joining our certified staff will be school psychologist Shari Meyers, intervention specialist Tiffany Ketterman and choral director Jessica Witulski.  On the classified side, Dana Fowler . . .

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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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