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November 2016

In 1825, a young Abraham Lincoln borrowed a book from a neighbor and while in his possession, the book was ruined due to a roof leak. Lincoln worked for his neighbor to compensate for the book’s value, thus becoming the first book Lincoln would personally own. Through this brief glimpse into our 16th president’s life, there is much to admire and learn about Lincoln’s character, his respect for learning and the responsibility he exhibited to repay his neighbor. As parents and educators, Lincoln’s life stories present many opportunities to teach the intangible, yet enduring values Rossman...Read more

Rossman School was recently honored at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Gateway Chapter’s Light the Night event. The annual event celebrates the strides that have been made in the fight against blood cancer and culminates with a walk to raise awareness for blood cancers and funds for research. Rossman was recognized as a top school for “Student Series” at the event, having made the second largest donation of St. Louis area schools last year.

Last spring, Rossman’s 2015-2016 Student Council representatives coordinated a series of successful fundraisers to support LLS. The...Read more

Be Proactive

Begin With the End in Mind

Put First Things First

Think Win-Win

Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood

Synergize

Sharpen the Saw

Welcome to the world of “The 7 Habits of Happy Kids.” The 7 Habits are leadership qualities introduced in Sean Covey’s book The 7 Habits of Happy Kids. These highly effective habits teach students to enter the 21st century with confidence, character and leadership skills. Along...Read more

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