Friday, June 17, 2022

June 2022


Cory-Rawson's submission won the Ohio Department of Transportation's Paint the Plow contest.  CRHS students chose to honor Dominic Francis with their snow plow art. 

Summer Meals and Mobile Library at New Hope Church

Cory-Rawson will once again offer the summer meal program. Free hot meals will be available for any child, ages 1-18 (adults can purchase for $4.00). Pick-up/drive-through only at New Hope Church in Rawson Tuesdays and Thursdays starting June 7 and ending August 25. In addition to the tasty lunches, Mrs. Stockwell will have the mobile library available, too!

CRES Summer Program - Deadline July 15

CRES is offering summer programming Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays August 2-18 for students who will be in grades 1-6 in 2022-23. Offerings will include creative writing, STEAM, art, fun with foreign language, and more! More details, including registration information, are available here: https://5il.co/1c258

Final Forms Reminders for 2022-2023

Cory-Rawson Schools will begin using Final Forms for the 2022-2023 school year.  Final Forms is an online portal that allows us to eliminate paper forms and better ensure that we have accurate student contact information. Any student information that changes throughout the school year can be changed by the parent/guardian through the website, which will alert our school secretaries giving us timely notification of needed updates. Additionally, for families with multiple students, information can be copied from one child to the next eliminating writer's cramp!
  
On May 23, 2022, parents of students who will be in grades K-12 for 2022-23 received an email from Final Forms with instructions on how to login and use this system.  Final Forms will be used for K-12 school registration and 7-12 grade athletics.

For 7-12 athletic registration, please complete prior to August 1 so that we can remain in contact regarding practices for the fall sports. Mr. Scott will upload the physical information for students who did their sports physical here at school May 18. Otherwise, those participating in sports can print their physical form or obtain one from the office here at school and return it completed by a medical provider.

K-12 school registration can be completed anytime between now and the start of next school year for all students.


Donate to the Cory-Rawson Community Armed Forces Honor Garden

Help make the Cory-Rawson Community Armed Forces Garden a reality! Learn more about the details of donating by going to the project website today!



School Foodservice Updates

For the 2022-23 school year, we will not be able to offer free meals to all students and will be going back to pre-COVID procedures where we require families to fill out free and reduced applications.

Free and reduced applications for the 2022-23 school year must be submitted after July 1. We will email a link to the application to families on July 1.

To add money to student accounts, we accept cash or checks at the cash register daily, or you may add money online at mypaymentsplus.com. You may also monitor student accounts, set up autopay or set up low account reminders through this website. If you have not set one up, instructions to create an account can be found at the link above.

For questions, contact Kirsten Gast at gast@cory-rawson.org


Title IV-B Notice


The Cory-Rawson Local Schools will once again be receiving the Title VI-B funds. These funds are used to supplement special education and special needs programs already in place in the school district and county. This allocation is earmarked to help pay for the special education services Cory-Rawson Local School students receive through the Hancock County Educational Service Center. The school district would like to continue to use its Title VI-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.



June 2022

Cory-Rawson's submission won the Ohio Department of Transportation's Paint the Plow contest.  CRHS students chose to honor Dominic F...