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Do you have a child who loves to take risks, who embraces change, who is a “social butterfly?” Or does your child tend to be more reserved, slow to warm to new experiences, and prefer independent or one-on-one play? These are the distinguishing hallmarks between extroverts and introverts. It is estimated that introverts make up 30-50% of our population, but so often introverts feel out of place in a society that seems to value extroversion, particularly in educational environments. First identified by Carl Jung, the concepts of introversion and extroversion have become increasingly...Read more

“A strong woman looks a challenge in the eye and gives it a wink.”  —Gina Carey

The month of March is Women’s History Month, an opportunity to study and honor the accomplishments of courageous women. As Rossman students researched women leaders, such as Helen Keller, Katherine Johnson and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, I enjoyed a personal assignment to dig a bit deeper to discover more about the strong-minded, well-educated women of Rossman School who founded and guided our institution for its first half-century.

A New Challenge

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Vegas newbs and whales alike enjoyed a memorable evening of fun and friendship Saturday, March 9, at Ross Vegas! The biennial “fun”raiser hosted by the Rossman School Parents’ Club raised $78,000 for Rossman students. Nearly 130 parents, faculty and staff gathered in the Marshall Gymnasium to try their luck at classic casino games, delight in a delicious dinner buffet and enter an array of enticing raffles. Up for grabs in the silent auction were a number of Rossman rarities and class projects. There was even a surprise visit by an Elvis tribute artist, who filled the room with laughter...Read more

Thousands of years ago, humans started out as hunters and gatherers, often moving up to 14 miles per day. The relationship between food, physical activity and learning has always been hardwired into our brains. Over the course of time, the parts of our brain have changed and developed differently to accommodate our lifestyles. One thing that has diminished over time is the amount of physical activity we get. The “screen” era has really taken its toll on exercise.

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Great Stories. Great Graduates.

It is my honor to introduce you to another incredible Rossman alumnus who truly makes a positive impact everywhere he goes. I had the opportunity to catch up with Sohan Kancherla as he began the second semester of his freshman year at Harvard University. Enjoy the following interview with a humble young man who embodies the Rossman mission of commitment to excellence.

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