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Junior High "News To Know"







WELCOME Mr. Bryan Skrzyniecki, Assistant Principal



Last Day of School Wednesday, June 1st




Congratulations Rossford High School Graduates







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Monday, September 7 - Labor Day 

Friday, September 18 - Teacher In-service 

Monday, October 12 - Teacher In-service 

Thursday, November 5 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 

Friday, November 6 - Teacher Workday 

Wednesday-Friday, November 25 - 27 - Thanksgiving Break 

Monday, December 21 Winter Break Begins

Friday, January 1 Winter Break Ends

Friday, January 15 Teacher Workday (End 1st Semester)

Monday, January 18 Martin Luther King Day

Friday, February 5 Teacher In-Service

Friday, February 12 Teacher In-Service

Monday, February 15 Presidents Day

Friday, March 25 Good Friday

Monday, March 28 First day of Spring Break

Friday, April 1 Last day of Spring Break

Monday, May 30 Memorial Day

Wednesday, June 1st last day for students






If you are unable to provide for your family during the holiday season, please contact this local parrish by Friday, November 6th.  Call All Saints Parrish Office @ 419-666-1393 and give your name and contact number.





Rossford Junior High School --  Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

How much are the school fees?

Grade 6 - $45.00

Grade 7 - $45.00

Grade 8 - $45.00


What sports are available at the Junior High?

For grades 7 and 8, there is football, volleyball, cross country, cheerleading, girls’ basketball, boys’ basketball, wrestling, wrestlerettes and track and field.  There are no league sports available for 6th graders.


What do I need to do if I want my child to participate in fall sports?

You will need to stop by the Junior High Office to pick up an Athletic Packet.  The packet will give you the practice schedule as well as all forms that need to be completed prior to trying out.  Students who do not have a completed physical may not try out or participate in athletics.


How will I know what bus to take?

The Rossford Record goes out to every household in early August with this information.  You may also call transportation at 419-666-8695.







Parent Booster Officers


Karla Durco - President

Camille MacKinnon - Vice President

Jennifer Harmon - Secretary

Leah St. Mary - Treasurer

Parent Boosters meet the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm in Rossford Jr. High Room 200







Food drive


 Please contact one of the organizations if you need help.

If you live in the Zip code 43551,
Operation Bread Basket/Perrysburg Christians United    
419-872-8859 (Press 1)

Any zip code, Salvation Army 419-241-8231




Earn cash for our school by bringing in your General Mills Box Tops!   The program has been expanded to include an online shopping network, a Visa credit card and the Box Tops coupons.  For more information:     www.boxtops4education.com
There is a container in the school office where you may deposit your box tops!  We'll be collecting them all year


Thank you parents for saving Boxtops for our school!


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Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339, or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.






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