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Rossford District and Curriculum
Rossford Exempted Village Schools is a small district that serves the educational needs of students in the community of Rossford. There are just over 1,700 students in preschool through the twelfth grade. The district operates five schools, including two elementary schools, one junior high school, one high school, and a community learning center. Each of the district’s facilities reflects its mission to provide a top-notch education to all students. School buildings are safe and secure, and provide ample room for students to learn and grow. Highly dedicated teachers and staff members work hard to forge relationships with each child, and use those positive working relationships to help children explore their areas of academic interest, while also promoting their growth in areas of weakness.
We currently cover the following Rossford-area school district: Rossford Exempted Village Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rossford District Curriculum
High school students in Rossford learn about modern world history as part of the social studies curriculum. Students explore the Age of Enlightenment, and gain an appreciation for the changes in thought that resulted in the Scientific Revolution. Learners examine the theories of various Enlightenment thinkers, and investigate concepts like natural law and mercantilism. The Age of Revolutions is an additional area of focus in the modern world history curriculum. The American and French Revolutions are compared and contrasted, both in terms of the reasons they began and the successes they achieved in terms of greater power and independence for their citizens.
Rossford’s middle school science curriculum introduces students to various concepts in earth and space science, life science, and physical science. The earth and space science strand focuses kids’ studies on the composition of the earth’s interior. Students analyze the various levels of the earth’s crust, and identify the major tectonic plates and fault lines around the globe. In life science, students learn about the concepts of natural selection and survival of the fittest. Other evolutionary processes, including genetic drift and mutation, are explored as well.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Rossford Educational News
- District Starts Tradition of a Fine Arts Night - For the first time, Rossford Exempted Village Schools is holding a Fine Arts Night. The purpose of the event is to showcase artwork created by K-12 students. Students are able to learn techniques for exhibiting and critiquing their art, as well as organizing an art show.
- Science Olympiad Team Takes Medals - The Science Olympiad team from Rossford High School recently won several medals at a competition at Bowling Green State University. Among their medals was a silver in the air trajectory category.
- Registration for Kindergarten - Parents with students who will be entering kindergarten can find information about the registration and screening processes for the upcoming school year on the district’s website. Tips for preparing students for their first year of school are also available.
Rossford Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: How Sports Can Help Kids in School
Students that participate in organized sports reap a number of valuable educational benefits from their on-field play. Studies show that children who play sports are more likely to earn better grades in school. There is also a correlation between playing sports and improved performance on standardized tests, including in math and English language arts. Part of the reason playing sports has academic benefits is that on the field students learn about perseverance and overcoming adversity. Children also learn the value of practice and hard work. Athletes must have excellent time management skills in order to meet all their daily obligations as well. This means that students who play sports are able to focus better, attend to their work, and meet deadlines more frequently than their peers. The ability to set goals and make a plan for attaining them also helps athletes perform better in the classroom.