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Rocky River City Schools News Article

Pirate Talk with Message from Dr. Shoaf

RRCSD

May 25, 2022

 

Dear RRCSD Parents and Guardians:

 

Our heartfelt sympathies are with the families, staff, and community of Uvalde, Texas as they face the senseless tragedy that occurred yesterday.

 

At the Rocky River City School District, the safety and well-being of students and staff is our top priority. The district has a safety plan that is updated, reviewed and ready for use if needed. We are grateful to have three School Resource Officers (SRO) in the district and for our close relationship with all of our first responders. School counselors are also available to assist and provide support for students and staff who may have concerns.

 

If you or your child have any concerns or become aware of a potential threat to school safety, please contact your building principal to make them aware. You can also contact the Rocky River Police Department (RRPD) at 440-331-1234, or make an anonymous report on the Safe School Helpline 24-hours per day by calling 1-800-418-6423 or texting 614-426-0240 and then type TIPS.

 

Together, we can work to ensure that the Rocky River City School District will maintain a safe and secure learning environment, allowing us to focus on our students’ academic success.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

 

Sincerely,

 

Michael Shoaf
Superintendent

 

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LATEST NEWS

Summer Support opportunities are available in academics and counseling/mental health.

 

NHS recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership and character.

 

Group wins Best Musical (Tier 1), Best Technical Execution and Best Supporting Actor.

 

From cleveland.com.

 

From cleveland.com.

 

Duo recognized for leadership and serving as model of excellence in teaching profession.

 

Rocky River High School students who will be 15 years old by June 24, 2022, are invited to participate in an American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course from June 20-24. The course will be taught by Mr. Mark Harris, a Rocky River fitness teacher and swim coach. 

 

Incoming kindergarten families invited to tour and explore Goldwood on Thursday, May 26 between 4:00-4:45pm.

 

Looking for new wallpaper for your computer? Use this image and save it on your computer to make it your new wallpaper for the month of June.

 

Rocky River High School counselors and McKeon Education Group Counselors will be available for select summer hours for in-person or Zoom appointments.

 

This webpage offers materials and resources for students who may be struggling.

 

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UPCOMING DATES

  • May 26: RRHS Spring Recognition Ceremony, 9:00am
  • May 26: Goldwood Incoming Kindergarten Tour, 4:00-4:45pm
  • May 30: Memorial Day (No School)
  • June 1: RRMS Pops Concert, Choir, 7:00pm, RRMS Gym
  • June 2: Goldwood Games
  • June 2: Last Day for Preschool
  • June 2: RRMS PTA 8th Grade Graduation Event, 6:00pm, Memorial Hall
  • June 3: Preschool Graduation Ceremony
  • June 3: GPS 2nd Grade Send-off
  • June 3: RRMS 8th Grade Awards Assembly, 1:30pm
  • June 6: Last Day for Seniors & Senior Picnic
  • June 8: Last Day of School
  • June 8: Committee-of-the-Whole Meeting, 6:00pm
  • June 10: Commencement, 7:00pm, RRHS Stadium
  • June 23: Board of Education Business Meeting, 6:30pm

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