Athletic Announcements

Cory-Rawson All-Sports Passes will be on sale starting August 4th @ 9 am. Enter door A1 in the new building and proceed to the high school secretary’s office on the left immediately after entering. Prices are as follows:

 Family Pass -$225

 Adult Pass- $80

 Student Pass -$55

 Senior Citizen (60 years or older)-$25

Baseline concussion testing will be held on Wednesday, August 6th in the high school computer lab for ALL athletes in grades 7-12 who wish to participate in athletics this school year. Testing will take approximately 50 minutes to complete. Specific time frames will follow and will coincide with fall sports teams, and winter/spring athletes who do not play a fall sport.

Friday, August 8th, 2014- Fall Sports Picture Day (for yearbook & fall sports program)—to include marching band, football, football cheers, soccer, volleyball, cross country, golf, JH football, JH football cheers, JH volleyball. (Location: football field or new gym in case of inclement weather—VB in gym regardless. Time: approx 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

The OHSAA pre-season parent meeting will be held Tuesday, August 12th @ 7:30 pm in the Cory-Rawson High School Auditorium. This meeting is mandatory for all student-athletes who wish to participate in any upcoming sports seasons (fall, winter, & spring) and at least one parent or legal guardian.

Cory-Rawson Welcomes New Faculty Members

At its regular meeting on Thursday, June 19, the Board of Education hired new faculty members in three areas.   Joining the faculty this fall will be Elizabeth James, who will take over the Vocational Agriculture Department and the FFA.   Ms. James is a native of Hancock County and most recently completed both her undergraduate degree and Masters Degree from Ohio State.  Anthony Taylor will be taking over as the K-12 Vocal Music Instructor. Mr. Taylor is originally from Lima, and just completed his degree at Ohio Northern  University.  Nathan Westenbarger, a McComb native will be teaching 7th and 8th grade Math and has accepted the position as Head Football Coach for the 2014 season.   All three of these new faculty members are already at work preparing for the coming school year.  We are truly fortunate to have all three of these talented and enthusiastic individuals joining our faculty this year!  

New Student Registration for 2014-15 

Cory-Rawson Schools will have registration for new students on Wednesday, August 6.   Parents and their students may report to the main office anytime between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM.   Parents need to bring  the following documents with them to properly register their child; birth certificate, social security card, up-to-date immunization records, proof of residency  ( This could be a utility bill, rent statement, or other bill showing their name and address), and if applicable, custody papers or other court documents related to guardianship. 

Parents must have this information with them to properly register their child for the 2014-15 school year. 

Congratulations Class of 2014

Sunday, May 25th, we said good bye to an outstanding senior class during the 65th Cory-Rawson Commencement.   This year's class excelled at many things and as a result, as a class they have received one of the largest scholarship amounts in recent memory.   One year scholarship amounts totaled, $177,950.00.  The total for the next four years (takes into account renewable monies) is $476,450.00.  Congratulations to all of the recipients and best wishes as you enter the next stage of your life!  

Cory-Rawson Summer Reading 2014: "A Reading Circus"

Open to Cory-Rawson students who will be in grades PK-12 in the fall Meet in the New Library on Tuesdays from 11AM to 1PM, beginning June 10th through July 22 (off the week of July 4)Story-time at 12PM, open checkout before and after. Incentives for reading for students of all ages!

All students under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times Adults are also welcome to check out books.
For more information, contact Tracy Stockwell at 419-963-2611, ext. 4400 or

Ann Spuller Tribute Video

Ann Spuller Tribute Video

SummerREAD 2014 - Fizz, Boom, Read!

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County Health Department Reminds Parents About Vaccinations!

It is once again time to start thinking about vaccinating your children for the upcoming school year.  Any child entering kindergarten or 7th grade will need vaccine updates before the start of the 2013-2014 school year to be in compliance with the Ohio Revised Code guidelines.   Tdap is required for the students entering the 7th. We continue to be concerned about the resurgence of pertussis (whooping cough) which is the reason for the Tdap requirement.  We have had 6 cases of whooping cough diagnosed in rural Hancock County in the past six months.   Along with the Tdap vaccine, we would encourage you to consider the meningitis and chickenpox vaccines for any child age 11 through 18.  These vaccines are available at most physician’s offices or here at the Hancock County Health Department. The Hancock County Health Department is now a vaccine provider from most local insurance companies and bill insurance for services provided. If you are interested in scheduling for vaccinations at our office please call 419-424-7869.  The Health Department encourages you to call and get these scheduled now.  Please don’t wait until August as our clinics are usually filled to capacity.  


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