Monday, September 19, 2022

September 2022

2022-2023 Cory-Rawson Local Schools Staff

We have so much to celebrate at Cory-Rawson as we begin the 2022-2023 school year! 

Summer provided the opportunity to complete important facilities updates and repairs.  Our teaching and administrative staff focused on growth as we participated in professional development over the summer months.  We had a record number of elementary students participate in our summer academy to explore creative writing, world cultures, and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics) while high school students earned a total of 16 credits during the secondary summer program.  Two of our teachers are semifinalists for the Findlay Rotary Club's Golden Apple Award; for the fifth year, our Girls Soccer team was awarded a United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award; four CRHS students were selected to participate in Hancock Youth Leadership; a large number of students (and alumni) were successful in their efforts at the county fair including junior fair king Jacob Miles, Lamb and Wool Queen Megan Inbody and Goat Princess McKenna Huber; and, we proudly dedicated our weight room to memorialize Dominic Francis.

Arriving in your mailbox soon is The Voice, which provides our 2021-22 annual report highlighting progress on our strategic plan.  Working together with our community, our district made great progress and we look forward to even bigger wins over the next year.  It's a great time to be a Hornet!

Jay Clark, Superintendent

2022 Homecoming Court

Senior court members and kindergarteners
Freshman, sophomore, and junior court members

Freshmen - Katelyn Duffman and Dakota Peckham
Sophomores - Morgan McVetta and Preston Stump
Juniors - Lanie Kempf and Tobey Wittenmyer
Seniors - Makayla Gillfillan, Paige McVetta, Brynn Reese, Michael Bixler, Eric Davis, Tedo Jgushia
Kindergartners - Mackenzi Nonnamaker and Darren Greer

Student Picture Day September 27

Our PK-12 picture day is set for 9/27/22.  To place orders, visit . The elementary code is 6FLM8DYT and the high school code is 9RHTQWSL.

Reading Tree Dedication Set

Thank you so much to all that have contributed to Mrs. Wagner's Reading Tree. Your support in Mrs. Wagner's memory means so much to her family, friends, students and coworkers. The Reading Tree is almost complete!
The community is invited to the school on Friday, October 14th at 9:00 am when we will be dedicating this area to Mrs. Wagner's memory. Our staff and students will gather outside around the tree which is located behind the elementary wing, across from the playground on the west side of the school. After the dedication staff and students will be taking turns throughout the day reading around the tree to honor Mrs. Wagner's love of reading.

CRES Collecting Tabs and Caps

Thank you for your past and continued support of our recycling projects. Beverage can tabs and plastic bottle caps can be sent to school with students at any time. Beverage can tabs can be taken to Mrs. Wilson's classroom and bottle caps can be placed in the black container outside of the elementary office. Our tabs benefit Ronald McDonald House and the caps go to a local 4H group to make into benches.

Below is bottle cap information...
ACCEPTED CAPS: Small caps from food grade containers, household items. Snap-on (butter tub, coffee can, yogurt lids), small twist-off (medicine, drink bottle, milk caps), large twist (detergent caps), spout (squirt condiment caps), flip top (ketchup caps etc.)
NOT ACCEPTABLE CAPS: Any cap with metal pumps with metal spring inside - as on lotions, fast-food drink caps, lids or caps over 8" in diameter, or medical supplies

If you have questions please contact Becky Warren (

CRHS 2022-23 Class Officers 

  • Freshmen
    • President - Hank Walters
    • Vice-President - Jaylyn Patterson 
    • Secretary - Ava Price 
    • Treasurer - Alex Aukerman 
  • Sophomores
    • President - Morgan McVetta
    • Vice-President - Preston Stumpp
    • Secretary - Danielle Mason
    • Treasurer - Lorelai Yannelli
  • Juniors 
    • President - Makayla Oman 
    • Vice President - Emma Garver 
    • Secretary - Olivia Bacon 
    • Treasurer - Hunter Foust 
  • Seniors 
    • President -Madelyn Duffman
    • Vice-President - Brynn Reese
    • Secretary - Marah Price
    • Treasurer - Eric Davis

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SOS News

Kroger Rewards: You can now help out Cory-Rawson SOS by enrolling your Kroger card in a free program that gives a percentage of the money you have spent at Kroger back to a nonprofit organization that has signed up with them. Everyone can have their card attached to one organization which you can change at any time. To help your local school just go online to, sign in or create a new account, click on community reward, and search for either Cory-Rawson SOS or put in fg739 and select it. Thank you in advance for all who take the time to sign up! Your free donations will be going toward things like school supplies for the elementary along with school dances and mother and father events with their kids.

Amazon Smile: “Please consider signing up for Amazon smile and selecting Cory-Rawson as your donation of choice! Thank you in advance for all who take the time to sign up! Your free donations will be going toward things like school supplies for the elementary along with school dances and mother and father events for students.

May 2023

Members of the CRHS class of 2023 pose prior to the senior recognition banquet.  Congratulations to all of our graduates and best of luck on...