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April 2019

One of the most gratifying experiences over my seven years at Rossman has been greeting students at the front door of the school each morning. It is a perfect place to be situated to recognize the children’s differing characteristics and idiosyncratic behaviors as they start the school day. 

The way they look, act and speak are distinctive and age appropriate due to their gender and personality. My brief morning greeting and the opportunity to hear a snapshot of their sports team, music recital or a family activity connects me to them and fulfills my goal to show Rossman cares about...Read more

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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