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Senior Kindergarten is an exciting year full of growth and development. The students enter the classroom on the first day of school excited for what is to come and all there is to accomplish. Steadily, programs and topics are introduced throughout the school year to help the students learn new strategies and master concepts. Two essential programs introduced during Senior Kindergarten are Guided Reading Groups and Writing Workshop.

In our daily Guided Reading Groups, students participate in small group activities that help them combine their previous knowledge with newly acquired...Read more

In the wake of the ongoing pandemic, the approaching flu season, shorter days due to the recent time change, post-Halloween fatigue (for those who celebrate), and the election, now seems like a good time to remember the basics of parenting: routine and consistency. Amongst routine and consistency, I would like to also stress the importance of feeding healthy habits and giving ourselves grace. There are so many stressors in our lives, for both kids and parents, that we all need to be intentional about caring for ourselves so we can care for...Read more

One thing I’ve come to love about Rossman is our incredible alumni network. Our graduates go out and do amazing things for their communities, but they also make time to come back and serve our Rossman students. This fall, I am grateful to the many Rossman alumni who took time out of their busy schedules to participate in our Sixth Grade Alumni Interview Day. 

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Student Council allows students to become actively involved in decision making for the Rossman School community. With everything happening in the world right now, it is more important than ever to encourage students to express themselves and have open lines of communication with both the faculty and student body. Allowing students to take control in a time when they feel like they have none, can help them express their emotions. It is also crucial that we keep a sense of normalcy within the school and something as identifiable as Student Council is a great way to achieve that goal. ...Read more

Good evening,

I’m sad that we cannot gather tonight in the Pratt Performing Arts Center to celebrate the start of the school year in typical fashion — with personal introductions of the incredible faculty and staff who care for your children each day and our annual slideshow that features each of your one-of-a-kind children enjoying their everyday moments at school. This is certainly not a typical year, there will be nothing ordinary...Read more

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