CORY-RAWSON MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Cory-Rawson Local School District, an exceptional, rural educational system in Northwest Ohio, is to assure an education tailored to the individual needs of students by developing sound moral judgment, creative problem solving through challenging coursework, opportunities beyond the classroom and a hive of advanced technology through state-of-the-art facilities, a dedicated staff, and a partnership with the community..
Preschool Screening for 2021-2022
A developmental screening for 3, 4, and 5 year old children for whom there may be concerns in the areas of adaptive skills, cognitive/pre-academics, sensory/motor, social and communication skills will be held on march 26, 2021, by appointment only. Contact the Hancock County Educational Service Center at 419-422-7525 between March 5 - March 17 to schedule a screening appointment. CLICK HERE to see more details.
2021-2022 Open Enrollment Applications Available
Cory-Rawson Local Schools is accepting open enrollment applications for the 2021-2022 school year. CLICK HERE to get an application or pick one up at any building office. For more information, call the superintendent's office, 419-963-3415, option 3 or extension 1100.
CERTIFIED SCHOOL BUS DRIVER NEEDED - Long-term substitute certified school bus driver at Cory-Rawson Schools. CDL drivers license with a passenger endorsement "P" and a School Bus "S" endorsement preferred. The applicant will be required to complete a background check and drug testing. Contact Ben Smith at 419-963-3415 x5000 or email email@example.com if interested or have questions.
Please see the COVID-19 Information tab at the top of the page to view the latest COVID-19 Notice and other related information.
UPDATES FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
Click on the Gold dated links to open the newsletters
February 9, 2021 Athletic Survey, Remote Learning Calamity Days,
For past updates go to Admin/Superintendent while on the school website.
PRINCIPAL THIEL'S UPDATES
NOW ACCEPTING 2020-2021 YEARBOOK ORDERS
We are happy to announce that our 2020-2021 Yearbook is available to be ordered! Now through the end of March, we are offering an early bird special of $40 per book. Beginning on April Fool's Day, the book will be available for the standard cost of $45 per book. You have the opportunity to personalize the yearbook and/or to purchase a clear protector at an additional cost. Purchases can be made through the following website:
The Cory-Rawson Board of Education will meet in regular session on Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria. This meeting will be livestreamed.
In conjunction with COVID-19 mandates, meeting guests will be required to wear facial coverings and social distance while in attendance.
The agenda and prior meeting minutes can be located on Admin/Board of Education/Agenda or Minutes.Click Here for the Cory-Rawson Board Meeting Feb. 18th, 2021 7pm.
In accordance with State and Federal law, the District will provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities who wish to attend and/or participate in this event. Such individuals should notify the Treasurer if they require a reasonable accommodation.
Please note that meeting dates are subject to change and notices will be made through the Courier newspaper and the school webpage.
Report Cards on ProgressBook This year there will not be hard copies of grade cards being sent home as they will be uploaded via ProgressBook instead. ProgressBook is the grading management system we have used at Cory-Rawson that provide 24/7 up to date grades for parents to monitor at their convenience. If you have not yet set up your ProgressBook account please contact Mr. Thiel, firstname.lastname@example.org, so that he can send you the directions.
Once set up to sign in to ProgressBook please use this link, ProgressBook Parent Access, or on this webpage go to the Resources tab (top right corner), scroll down to Parents, and click on Gradebook Access.
Message From Deputy Saltzman
Greetings! I want to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Deputy James Saltzman with the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. I am very excited to be your full time School Resource Officer (SRO)! I completed SRO school a few years ago. The last few years I was the SRO for Cory-Rawson, Liberty-Benton, Arlington, Vanlue, and the Hancock County ESC. I am so glad to see all the schools taking the extra steps to keep the students safe. This year we have a full time SRO at almost every school in the county. I want to thank Cory-Rawson School District for giving me the opportunity to be here and help make a difference.
Deputy James Saltzman
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We are happy to announce that Mrs. Boerger has taken over as our K-6 CR VLA instructor. This gives our CR VLA students a teacher who can provide more direct instruction and focus than the Jefferson County instructors were able to provide. Students who are behind or struggling to achieve passing grades will be contacted by Mrs. Boerger in order to provide the needed support and instruction that has been missing thus far. You can contact Mrs. Boerger directly through the VLA system just like you had done with past instructors using the pencil icon.
Cory-Rawson Virtual Learning Academy Registration
Cory-Rawson Local Schools is offering the option of full-time virtual classes for the 2020-21 school year for students through the Cory-Rawson Virtual Learning Academy. Under this option, students are enrolled in online classes that may/may not be instructed by Cory-Rawson staff members. Course lessons and assignments are based on electronic courses created by the Jefferson County Virtual Learning Academy and will differ from those of students physically attending school and/or who may not be attending school in our buildings due to short-term closures. Curriculum would be aligned to state standards and be as rigorous as curriculum offered "at school."
- Students educated under this option are still Hornets and have an opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities if other requirements are met (athletic eligibility, for instance).
- Students participating in the complete online option are eligible to "physically" return to school at the end of a grading period. It is understood, however, certain circumstances may lead to a change in educational delivery at other times. Nevertheless, the goal when making changes to the instructional delivery models would occur in a way to promote consistency and learning.
The link below allows those families choosing the Cory-Rawson Virtual Learning Academy to declare that intention at this time. If you are unable to access the form or have additional questions related to the Cory-Rawson Virtual Learning Academy please contact Mr. Thiel, Cory-Rawson Elementary Principal (email@example.com or 419.963.3415 ext. 1020) or Mrs. Gaietto, Cory-Rawson High School Principal (firstname.lastname@example.org or 419.963.3415 ext. 1030).
Support for Emotional/Mental Health
Cory-Rawson Local Schools wants to support the emotional/mental health needs of our students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Our school social worker, Mrs. Stephanie Price, and our school counselors (Mrs. Wendie Swary & Mrs. Bethany Barnhart) are available to support students in a variety of ways. Please see contact information below:
*Mrs. Wendie Swary-Cory-Rawson Elementary School Counselor
Mrs. Swary's Web Page: Click Here
Email Address: email@example.com
*Mrs. Bethany Barnhart-Cory-Rawson High School Counselor
Mrs. Barnhart's Webpage: Click Here
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org