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Rossman is very proud to unveil our brand new website! Last spring we set out to completely transform our website in order to improve the user experience and better reflect who we are. We hope you like the fresh look, simplified navigation and dynamic new features. Keep reading for an overview of what’s new and what’s coming during our second phase of enhancements.

  1. Clean Look
    The site’s homepage welcomes visitors with a clean, uncluttered design and features content focused on engaging visitors in the Rossman School story.
     
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twp_stlouispost-dispatch_2014.pngRossman School has been ranked the No. 2 small workplace in St. Louis by the St. Louis Post Dispatch. It is the second consecutive year the school topped the newspaper’s Top Workplaces list.

The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. The employee survey is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement....Read more

Smartphones, tablets, e-readers … the world of mobile technology has changed dramatically since I became a parent almost 14 years ago. We have access to information, entertainment and communication in the palm of our hand essentially 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The portability of modern technology has many advantages for us as parents. However, it may also have detrimental effects on parent-child relationships.

In November, I attended the National Association for the Education of the Young Child (NAEYC) Annual Conference. Many sessions focused on the decreasing amount of face-to-...Read more

Last week, a local radio station host brought up a topic with which we are very familiar: parenting. The woman confessed that her four year old has made her realize parenting is not as easy as it looks. As a result, she has been taking classes offered through the Kirkwood School District — something called “Love and Logic,” another topic with which we are very familiar!

This conversation prompted many calls into the station, all parents wanting and needing helpful, practical “real world” parenting advice. It was a wonderful realization for some to know that they are not alone, and...Read more

Rossman School students and teachers recently broke the school’s dress code … for a good cause.

The “Pajama Day” on Friday, March 15, raised more than $600 for Cheka School, a pre-primary school in the poverty stricken community of Arusha, Tanzania. Participants paid $2 to Student Council for the right to wear pajamas for the day.

The money students raised will support the Cheka School and community by helping to purchase school supplies, fund the food program that provides two meals a day to the students, and provide new uniforms, shoes, socks, and school bags.

The...Read more

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