Dear Rossford Families,
In light of Governor DeWine’s recent order for schools to remain closed through May 1, 2020, Rossford Schools will begin remote learning for students on April 14, 2020.
Teachers have been working to prepare virtual instruction, which
will begin on Tuesday, April 14. Content will be available to students by logging into their “Clever” online accounts. Once students log into Clever, they will be able to access each teacher’s learning platform by clicking on the teacher’s class link at the top of the page. Those links will point to Google Classroom, PowerSchool Learning or another platform that the teacher is using to deliver instruction. Teachers will also schedule online class meetings to give students an opportunity to interact with peers and engage in discussion.
Assignments will be posted on Friday mornings and due the
following Thursday. Assignments are required and will be graded. Because third
quarter was still in progress when the Governor ordered the closure, the
grading period from third quarter will be extended through the end of the year.
Third and fourth quarters will be combined into one second semester
We know this brings many questions. We created a Frequently Asked Questions sheet here that will answer questions on how to log into
clever, a schedule for assignments, how the grading will work, and more. If you
have any follow up questions please contact your building administrator
(Rossford Junior Senior High School, [email protected]
and Rossford Elementary School, [email protected])
Families (PS-12) are encouraged to pick up a device if they
have not already done so for their child next week. This is not mandated if you
have capable devices now. Pickup will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday,
April 8 at each respective school. Please stay in your vehicle for safety. At
the elementary school drive through the bus loop, and at the high school drive
up to the main entrance.
We, along with our teachers, are excited for education to resume. We understand that families are experiencing unique challenges and your child may have circumstances which will require additional flexibility. If your family experiences a situation that interferes with your child’s ability to complete the assigned remote learning activities, please email his/her principal so that we may work with you.
Thank you for your continued support.
Jeff Taylor, Rossford Elementary School Principal
Tony Brashear, Rossford Junior-Senior High School Principal