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Ross High School Announces First Quarter Honor Roll
End-Of-Year & Graduation Information

This article contains important information for Seniors and their parents regarding Graduation and other end-of-year activities.  

Graduation 2018 Video Information

Graduation is coming up on May 23rd and you can watch it live on Waycross Community Media.  You can also purchase your own personal DVD copy of the ceremony from Waycross.

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Let's Rally For Ross

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Ross High School Students Inducted into National Spanish Honor Society National Spanish Honor Society inductees

On Wednesday, April 4th, at 6:30pm, 8 new members were inducted into the Santiago Calatrava Chapter of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (National Spanish Honor Society) at Ross High School. These students have completed a minimum of three units of study of Spanish language and culture, and have expressed an interest in continuing the study and use of the language in the future. 

Rally for Ross Teletown Hall Meeting Information

Teletown Hall meeting scheduled for May 16, 2018 beginning at 6:55 p.m.

Press Release

Our hearts are broken over the events that have transpired over the past 24 hours involving three of our students.  We loved Austin, and our prayers go out to his friends and family.  These events are yet another reminder that no community is immune from the scourge of senseless gun violence.  We are sure that as the police investigation unfolds, more details will come to light.  However, that does not and will not change the fact that a young man has lost his life and, regardless of the circumstances, that is a tragedy.

Ross Local School District new website to go live May 2, 2018

We are  pleased to announce the launch of the new Ross Local School District website on Wednesday, May 2, 2018. The updated site is still located at  www.rossrams.com... (Click the title to read more.)

Exam Info

Just a reminder that ALL STUDENTS are expected to take final exams unless you are exempt or don't have an exam in a particular class.  You are only expected to be in attendance for those blocks during which you have a required exam.  Students that do not have an exam during a particular block or may be exempt for whatever reason are not expected to be in attendance.  Parents do not have to call in or provide a note unless you are missing a required exam and in such cases, only approval from administration or a medical note would allow the student to make up the exam.  

Attendance Policy, Back-To-School Newsletter Now Available

ATTENDANCE POLICY

The State of Ohio requires that all children between the ages of 6 and 18 years of age attend school every day that school is open.  All students are, therefore, required to attend school regularly.  Students are also expected to be on time for class so that they may receive the maximum benefit from the academic program.  Effective July 1, 2017, Ohio law mandated public schools to provide closer supervision and documentation for student attendance (House Bill 410).