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ROSSFORD SCHOOLS "EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION"

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$3,538 of books given away to students for free during Right to Read Week

Every building, every grade, and every student in Rossford Schools had one main goal from the week of May 15-19: READ. It was Right to Read Week in the district and local authors were brought in to speak to the students, set times were given to students during the day to read, and books were even given out to further encourage reading. Rossford Junior High School kicked off Right to Read Week with a One Book, One Day Challenge at 7:45 a.m. Monday with a guest readers assembly starting the book All of the Above  by Shelley Pearsall. Students read in different ways throughout the day and finished . . .

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Athletic participation forms are all now available online

The Rossford Schools Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms collects, organizes, and updates our athletic participation forms easily online. FinalForms will save data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice. You will have to review your information once per school year to verify information is current and sign the forms. This online form is very user friendly and will save time and paper compared to the large old packets. The program will email you notifications for when your . . .

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Update on Transition Plan Provided During the May 15 Board Meeting

The Rossford Board of Education provided an update on the transition space for Rossford High School at its May 15 Regular meeting. Rossford High School will be temporarily relocated to Owens Community College from August 2018 until December 2019, in order to accommodate our students during the renovation and construction of the downtown campus. Our construction manager and architect’s ultimate goal is to have all construction completed by January 2020. This temporary move is a necessity during construction. As previously communicated, the Rossford Junior High School will stay in its current location throughout the . . .

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Rossford Schools team raises $970 for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Rossford Schools Making Strides Against Breast Cancer team raised $970. Our Bulldogs were ranked 18 of 97 teams at the Levis Commons 5k. The team was sponsored by the Rossford Association of Classroom Teachers (RACT), as well as Rossford High School Student Council, and several individuals. Thanks to team members Marlene Sizemore and her daughter Brooke, Sara Isaacs, Miki Hodge, Katie Grinonneau, Nancy Grinonneau, Graciela Sofo, Jason Isaacs with his son Lars, Martha Fellman and her daughter Amanda Warnke. THANK YOU!

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Thank you for supporting Rossford Schools

On May 2, residents approved two renewal levies for the Rossford Schools operations. We appreciate the support from the community. Thank you so much. These levies will continue to allow us to provide wonderful student programs and staff for our children.

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Rossford Schools Sports Summer Camps

Registration is out for the 2017 Rossford Schools Sports Summer Camps throughout June. There is boys and girls basketball, football, volleyball, boys and girls soccer, and softball camp available for students from K-8th grade.  Summer Sports Camp brochure 2017.pdf 2017 Rossford Summer Camp Registration.pdf The first camp begins June 5 for softball at the Glenwood Athletic Complex. Contact information and registration is available in the links above. Most camps are $25. If you sign up for more than one camp then the second camp will be $20. Sign up a second child and receive $5 off any camp . . .

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Students holding up an Instagram poster and signs for their college choices.

Students celebrated at Decision Day

Students walked across the Rossford High School auditorium stage proudly holding up a banner of the college or military branch they are choosing to continue their education during the second annual Rossford High School Decision Day. Ninety-two percent of the Class of 2017 is finding opportunities for post-high school education. For many that means staying close to home at Owens Community College, the University of Toledo, and Bowling Green State University. For others that means going throughout the region for college, or entering the Army, Navy, or Air Force. Blair Caldwell, a 2010 graduate of Rossford High School and . . .

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