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Ensuring that our students, faculty and community have an infrastructure to be successful is a priority.  The Ross District has spent countless hours examining the total needs of our community, staff and students. We are working diligently to create a comprehensive plan of action to not only address our short-term, immediate needs, but to consider our long- term needs, as well.  Contributing to these essential district needs are our aging facilities and overall district growth.  Simply put, our existing funding will not bear the cost of these needs. To that end, it has become necessary to move two inside mills to the permanent improvement fund; these will be used for capital repairs, maintenance and improvements.  This action will generate approximately $850,000 per year to be used for those expenses.  This decision does not come lightly and is a result of thorough investigation and discussion.  Our goal remains unwavered: we will always strive to operate as efficiently as possible with the funds available to us and will continue to do so.

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KG Registration Announcement Kindergarten Registration image

The following file of health forms must be completed by you and your child's physician/dentist by the first day of school. 

Kindergarten Registration Health Forms

If you have any questions, please contact our District Head School Nurse, Shelli Turco by email at shelli.turco@rossrams.com

District Health and Clinic Guidelines for the 2020-2021 School Year Health and Clinic Guidelines

The following is the district’s clinical guidelines and expectations for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.  In order to keep our schools safe, it will be important for everyone - staff, students and parents to follow the new guidelines, including a daily COVID-19 health assessment.  This should be done at home prior to arriving at school.  Each morning before students and staff enter a Ross building, everyone is asked to complete the Daily Health Assessment Checklist.  Many symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to other common illnesses as well as seasonal allergies.  It is possible to have the coronavirus without having a fever.  If any of the listed symptoms are new or have started recently or suddenly, please stay at home.  This year, it will be very important for parents to keep students home if they do not feel well.

Health & Clinic Guidelines 2020-2021