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“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

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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Thinking about elementary school may bring up memories of multiplication facts, phonics, or memorizing state capitals. But what about research projects? For Rossman students, research projects are a core component of education. Surprisingly, the experience may not be all that different from your own experience in middle or high school, with a few modifications to ensure that it’s safe and developmentally appropriate for our students....Read more

What are fractions? If you ask a third grader, they can tell you. We recently learned the parts of a fraction, compared fractions, drew fractions, converted improper fractions into mixed fractions, and much more. After spending weeks learning about fractions, we wanted to reinforce some of what the students learned in a fun and creative way.

Papa Johns Pizza was very willing to help our students with this project by donating 27 empty pizza boxes. Our students were asked to do the following:

  1. Divide your pizza into at least 8 pieces.
  2. Represent at least 5
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