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INFORMATION - Cory
INFORMATION
Radio Station:
TV Stations:
WFIN (1330 AM) Toledo: WTOL-TV
WKXA (100.5 FM)
WTVG-TV
WBVI (96.7 FM)
WNWO-TV
WBUK (106.3 FM)
WUPW-TV
WCKY (103.7 FM) Lima: WLIO-TV
WZRX (107.5 FM)
WIMA (1150 AM)
WIMT (T-102 FM)
WMLX (103.3 FM)
If you have not registered to receive calls
from our First Alert messaging system,
check the stations listed above for school
delays or cancellations for Cory-Rawson
Schools in the event of inclement weather.
We try to have our first (and sometimes
only) decision made regarding a delay or
cancellation on the First Alert, radio and
television stations by 6:30 a.m. A final
decision to cancel school (if a delay has
occurred) should be broadcast by 8:45 a.m.
Please do not call the school for information regarding a delay or cancellation, as
we need our phone lines to contact the
radio and television stations, bus drivers
and other personnel.
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National School Lunch Program
For students unable to pay the full price for
meals served under the National School
Lunch program a Free/Reduced Price Lunch/
Breakfast Application must be completed by
the parent/guardian and turned into the
building office. If you did not receive a copy
in your student packet, the form can be
found in any C-R school office and on the
school website. (Resources/Forms)
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Meet the Teacher/Open House will be
August 18 at 6:00-7:00 p.m.. Students and
Parents can visit classrooms, bring supplies, pay fees and deposit lunch money.
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PK-6 Schedule
Board Policy
Office Hours are 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
School Hours: 8:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
If you have a question regarding Board
Policy, go to the school website at:
Lunch and Noon Recess is 10:25 a.m. –
12:00noon
http://cory-rawson.k12.oh.us
No student is allowed to leave the school
grounds during the course of the school
day, unless properly excused by parent or
guardian through the school office.
Click on BOE/Policies & Bylaws or a
hardcopy is available in the Superintendent’s office.
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Visitor Policy
To enter Cory-Rawson Schools during the
school day the single point of entrance for
parents and visitors is the main entrance to
the new building (A1). Please park in the
east lot in front of the new building; the
west lot is for the busses. Enter the front
doors and speak to the secretaries inside to
obtain a “visitor’s pass”.
Lunch period at the school is closed to
visitors unless permission has been obtained from a building principal.
We appreciated your cooperation. Our
goal is to maintain a safe environment for
our students and staff.
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Board Minutes
Board of Education meeting minutes are
available on the school website at:
http://cory-rawson.k12.oh.us/
BOE/BOE Minutes
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List Serve
To be added to the C-R list serve, please go
onto the school webpage,
Resources,
Email Distribution List, send an email as
directed.
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OHSAA Player/Parent Mtg
August 20, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. in the old
high school library/board meeting room
The mandatory OHSAA Player/Parent
Meeting will be held on August 11 at 7:30
p.m. in the auditorium. The makeup date
has not yet been determined.
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CR BOE Mtg
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Students in grades PK-6 who are transported to or from school by a parent/guardian
are to be dropped off and picked up IN
FRONT of the elementar y building
ONLY after 7:45 A.M. If the par ent/
guardian needs to come into the building at
arrival or dismissal time they should park
in the Visitor’s Parking area of the parking
lot.
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7-12 Schedule
August 2015
Volume 16 Issue 1
From the Desk of Superintendent Hlasko
Greetings! I hope this newsletter finds
you doing well and preparing with
excitement for the start of the school
year! While it may sound trite, it
certainly is the case that it seems like
just yesterday we were bidding our
seniors farewell and now we are
welcoming back another outstanding
senior class! This summer certainly
has been a busy and interesting one
with no lack of things to complete
prior to the start of school. The school
hired a number of new staff members,
undertook an unprecedented number of
permanent improvement projects, and
made a significant change to our
administrative structure.
Each of
these, though, provide the opportunity
for our school to build on our past
improvement and successes and
continue to strive to provide the best
possible education in an amazing
environment!
While each of the aforementioned
pieces bring change to the school
perhaps none of them does so with the
same impact as the recent change in
administrative structure. As you may
well know we convened a search
committee of staff, parents, and
community to seek a replacement for
Mark Willeke with his pending
retirement.
After hiring a strong
candidate in March we could never
have known what would occur in midJuly when he resigned to take the same
position (high school principal) at his
previous district. While panic could
have set in at that moment, I am
extremely proud of our district’s
reaction.
Ideas and options were
brainstormed, the high school principal
search committee was reconvened to
examine the options, and, in a very
short time, we arrived at a consensus
decision to promote Heath Huffman
from K-6 to K-12 principal and
promote an excellent teacher, Becky
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School Hours are 7:55 a.m.—3:05 p.m.
2-Hour Delay............ 9:55 a.m.—3:05 p.m.
3-Hour Delay.......... 10:55 a.m.—4:05 p.m.
7-8 Lunch Period ......... 11:18-11:48 a.m.
9-12 Lunch Period ....... 12:08-12:38 p.m.
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Chicken Barbecue
The Football Moms are holding a chicken
barbecue on September 10 from 4:306:30pm in the old high school cafeteria.
See any football mom, football player or
contact the building office to obtain tickets.
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IDEA-B Funds
Once again CRLS will be receiving Title
VI-B Funds for 2015-16. These funds are
used to supplement special education and
special needs programs already in place in
the district and county.
This allocation is earmarked to help pay for
the special educations services CRLS
students receive through the Hancock
County Educational Service Center. The
school system would like to continue to use
its IDEA-B money for this purpose.
If you have any questions or comments
pertaining to the use of these funds or
our special education programs, please
contact the superintendent’s office.
Cory-Rawson Local School District
3930 County Rd. 26
Rawson, Ohio 45881
School Delays or Cancellations
Meet the Teacher/Open House
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
U.S. Postage Paid
PERMIT #001
Rawson, Ohio 45881
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School District Website
Please visit the Cory-Rawson website at:
http://cory-rawson.k12.oh.us for the latest
updates, sports schedules, information
regarding organizations, honor rolls,
academic
requirements,
Board
of
Education information and much more.
“ADDRESS SERVICES REQUESTED”
Phone Numbers
Superintendent’s Office:
419 963-3415 (option 3)
Elementary School Office (grades K-6):
419 963-7017 (option 1)
High School Office (gr ades 7-12):
419 963-2611 (option 2)
Toll-free 1-877-317-2747
Fax: 419 963-4400 (all locations)
Transp. Office: 419 963-3415 Ext. 5001
Bus Garage: 419-963-3415 Ext. 5000
Cory-Rawson School District Newsletter
From the Desk of the Superintendent
Continued from Page 1
Rosenbauer,
to
K-12
assistant
principal.
In every option we
examined we asked whether each one
would move the district backwards,
maintain the status quo, or move the
district forward. I, and those involved
in the process, believe that this option
provides us the flexibility in the future
and the best possibility to continue to
move forward with our growth and
improvement.
Mr. Huffman has
already demonstrated a keen ability to
successfully
drive
collaborative
decision making at the elementary and
I have no doubt that he will be able to
do the same on a larger scale. It has
been said that the best teachers make
the best administrators and Mrs.
Rosenbauer has proven to be an
excellent and caring teacher for a
number of years. She is eager to grow
as a professional and have an impact
on more students. We believe this is
the perfect opportunity for her to
provide that support and caring to not
only our students but for our staff as
they continue to strive to make this an
excellent district. I cannot tell you that
everything will be perfect about this
transition because it does, indeed,
represent quite a significant under-
ALL-SPORT PASSES
Cory-Rawson All-Sports Passes will be
available to purchase starting August
12th. Enter door A1 in the new building and proceed to the office on your
left.
All Sports passes cover all home regular season contests for grades 7-12 of
every sport. Family passes are $225,
which covers the residential parents
and any siblings in elementary, middle
or high school. Children not yet in
school are admitted free. Individual
adult passes are $80, individual students are $55, and senior citizens age
55 or older are $25.
Starting this school year, passes will be
hard plastic. Passes will be renewed in
the fall of each school year with a
sticker similar to a vehicle license
plate. There will be no additional
charge the first time a pass is purchased; however, there will be a $3
replacement fee if a pass is lost or stolen. Passes are non-transferable.
taking. However, I can tell you that
Mr. Huffman, Mrs. Rosenbauer, and
all those involved in supporting them
will work to ensure that our staff and
students are equipped and prepared to
achieve the best possible educational
environment!
Speaking of significant undertakings, I
hope you get a chance to check out all
that our maintenance and custodial
crew has accomplished this summer.
As always, the custodial crew manages
to achieve the impossible and clean the
school from top to bottom in just a few
short months!
In between their
cleaning, our maintenance crew completed an unprecedented number of
projects. On the exterior they installed
the commemorative bricks by the
connector (the bricks are still for sale if
anyone is interested in purchasing
one), mulched the flower beds,
installed a new water line to the soccer
fields, removed the defunct air
filtration system by the ag shop, oversaw installation of a new fuel pump
station for buses, brick repair on the
middle and high school buildings, and
replacement of concrete in several
locations behind the school building.
Inside the school the crew resealed the
gym floors, painted the old high school
cafeteria, installed new ceiling tiles in
the old high school cafeteria (which
really brightened up the space!),
installed a sound and lighting booth in
the auditorium, oversaw replacement
of the sound and lighting in the
auditorium, and the replacement of the
high school fire alarm system. I’m
sure I’ve overlooked about a dozen
other things they accomplished, but
suffice it to say that the school is in tiptop condition for the start of the school
year!
Finally, I’d like to welcome our newest
staff members to the Hornet Community: Trista Baker (3rd Grade), Emily
Boerger (5th grade), Joe Faine (HS
Business and College and Career
Advisor), Cory Hefner (HS Math,
Head Football Coach), Andréa Lee
(HS English), Heather Miracle (aide),
Kyle Wagner (HS Social Studies), Jan
Reese (Family and Consumer Science),
Ashley Sprunger (EL Intervention),
and Elizabeth Trigg (HS Math/Social
Studies). I hope you’ll get a chance to
give them a warm Hornet welcome at
our upcoming Open House on August
18th from 6-7pm!
Enjoy the rest of your summer and
we’ll see you soon! Go Hornets!
SCHEDULE PICKUP
7-12 students can pickup schedules on
August 13, 14 & 17 from 8:00am-3:00pm
in the high school office.
CORY-RAWSON SCHOOL CALENDAR 2015-2016
TU ....... Aug. 18 ................. Teacher Work Day
W......... Aug. 19 ................. 1st DAY OF SCHOOL
TU ....... Sept. 1 .................. NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-service
W-F ..... Sept. 2-4 ............... NO SCHOOL – Hancock County Fair
M ......... Sept. 7 .................. NO SCHOOL – Labor Day
M ......... Nov. 23 ................. NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-service
TU-W... Nov. 24-25 ............ NO SCHOOL – Parent Teacher Conf.
TH-F .... Nov. 26-27 ............ NO SCHOOL – Thanksgiving Break
M-F ...... Dec. 21-Jan. 1 ...... NO SCHOOL – Christmas Break
M ......... Jan. 4 .................... Classes Resume
M ......... Jan. 18 .................. NO SCHOOL – Martin Luther King Day
M ......... Feb.15 ................... NO SCHOOL – President’s Day
W......... Mar. 23 .................. NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-service
TH-M ... Mar. 24-28 ............ NO SCHOOL – Spring Break
SU ....... May 22 .................. Graduation
TH ....... May 26 .................. Last Student Day
F .......... May 27 .................. Teacher Workday
SCHEDULED 2-HOUR DELAYS: Oct 16, 2015, Jan 19, 2016
CALAMITY DAY MAKEUP: To Be Determined
2015-16 BUS ROUTES
Bus # 1
Mrs. Reffitt
Bus #2
Mrs. Carpenter
Bus #4
Mrs. Morrison
Bus #5
Mrs. Heldman
Bus #6
Mrs. Alspach
Bus #10
Mrs. Sprosty
Bus #11
Mrs. Yant
Bus #12
Mr. Griggs
Thomas
White
West
Hickle
Hibbard
McVetta
Kussmaul
Carter
Bish
Smith
Cawley
Brooks
Preston
Biery
Sherick
Biery
Livingston
James
Marquart
Sparks
Cornwell
Riker
Holland
Frost
Schnipke
Murry/Welch
Kizer
Kempf
Dudgeon
Wenger
LeVeck
Fornoff
Kiracofe
Hohman
Skulina
Farmer
ESC
Wade
Quintaglia
Howard
Cooper
Rosendale
Waldman
Aukerman
Garmatter
Stauffer
Garmatter
Barnd
Schroeder
Duncan
Ireland
Wolfarth
Huber
Sonnet
Dearwester
Huether/Simon
Hamlin
Jamison
Akroyd
Smith
Parke
Banner
Cascaden
Schultz
Hough/Miller,
Oman
Schaller
Edson
Hughes
Babcock
Jones
Hibbard
Garver
Spaeth
Wilson
Hoorman
Stoodt
Roth
Bacon
Jefferson
Thompson
Roebke
Garmatter
Bluffton Day Care
Reese
Risner
Poe
Mt Cory
Marshall
Cook
Thomas/Chisholm
Scoles
Olivarez
1# Lincoln & Wshgtn
Welch
Anderson
Karcher/Peterson 2# Lincoln & Third
Snyder
Marshall
Rader
3# Lincoln & First
Duncan/Karcher
Hollinger
Rieman
4# First & Main
Korpics
Gregqorwicz
Creeger
5# Main & Shepler’s
Tuttle
Bus #7
Kempf
Price
6# Park St. & CR26
Mrs. Rettig
Marker/Stiles
Phillips
Hartman
Boone
Wannemer
Bixler
Bowman
Ritter
Warnimont
Greer
Brown
Route #2
Thorton
Patterson
Lee
Cira
Kay
Collert
Nickles
Brzezinski
Augustine
Dearth
Niese
Kreiger/Coppus
Warnimont
Hall
Rawson K-6
Rawson
Inbody
Elwood
Rawson Voc
Fornoff
Schimmoeller #1 Liberty St.
Cunningham
Forest Edge
Rawson 7-12
Risner
Peterson
#2 Town Center
Cade
Hall
Kisseberth
#3 Vance & Park Ln
ESC
#1 Main & Vance
St Mike’s
Hartley
Simpson
#2 Main & Bolt
Lammers
Simon
Berry
Montgomery
Ludwig
Young
Urbanczyk
Amos
Rose
Mason
Armstrong
Wolford
Fout
Heldman
Elchert
Roth
Zuercher
May
Bower
Yant
Conaway
Jenera
Kellogg
Green
#1 Sandusky &
Gillfillin
Main
Walters
#2 Heldman &
Misamore
Main
Smith
#3 Church & Main
Carman/Haskins
Reinhart
Boehm
Smith
Foust
Powell
Ward
Egts
Hamby/Downign
Parents/students – Due to slight changes in start and end times of the
school day, bus route start times are subject to change during the first
week of school. We will use last year's pick-up times as a baseline and
adjust as necessary. We do not anticipate significant adjustments; however, if there is a major adjustment, we will communicate the change via
list serve announcement.
note that the routes are subject to necessary changes as determined by
the school (we do try to keep changes to the absolute minimum).
Buses will start out at approximately 6:50-7:00 a.m. and arrive at the
school approximately 7:55 a.m. For your planning purposes please
understand that the routes will be a few minutes off for the first few
weeks as we add or drop students (including K and Pre-K) to the enrollment. All students need to arrive at their stop before the bus
(approximately 5-10 minutes). If your name is not on the list please call
the Transportation Department at 419-963-3415, ext. 5001. Please also
If you will be attending Millstream or AOC this year and were planning
on bus transportation please call the school as soon as possible. Both
services will only offer pickup and drop-off from the high school parking
lot. Pickup time is 6:30 a.m. (it may be adjusted as late as 6:45 a.m.
once the routes are finalized). Drop-off in the afternoon will be approximately 3:30 p.m. at the high school.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH PRICES
Breakfast (all grades) ............ $1.25
Reduced Breakfast ................ $ .30
Elementary Lunch ................ $2.20
High School Lunch................. $2.40
Reduced Lunch ....................... $0.40
Extra Milk ............................... $0.50
A debit account has been established for
all school students and each student has
been assigned a personal identification
The Rawson bus will be #4 for grades K-6 and/or #6 for grades 7-12
with the first stop at approximately 7:45 a.m. The stops will be the same
as previous years.
number (PIN) that will remain the same
the entire time the student attends C-R.
Money can be deposited into the account
to later be used by the student to pay for
meals and/or ala carte foods purchased in
the cafeteria. The system will also accept
cash payments on a daily basis.
If you have any questions contact Cafeteria Manager Kirsten Egts, at 419-9633415 extension 5060.
OHIO ALERT
Sign up for Ohio Alert to receive text
messages and/or emails regarding school
delays, cancellations and other pertinent
information. Go to the school webpage:
http://cory-rawson.k12.oh.us, Resources,
Ohio Alerts, Subscribe to Alerts.
If you have any questions call 419-9633415.