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Message from Principal Searl

Dear Ross Families, I am writing this with a heavy heart as the sheer magnitude of what we witnessed yesterday in our beloved city continues to sink in. Our commitment to public education in DCPS is rooted in cultivating communication, teaching students how to engage...

SEL at Home

Supporting your child at home can be one of the most challenging tasks we will face. Our social worker, Rachel Clark, has created a slide deck with helpful tips. If you have any questions, please reach out to her @ rachel.clark3@k12.dc.gov SEL-@-HomeDownload

How to Log In

If you received a device from DCPS, you can log in following these instructions. You must be on wifi of some kind. Click the wifi icon in the bottom right corner to connect.Click 'Other user' in the bottom left hand corner.Log in using studentid@students.k12.dc.usThe...

Re-Opening Meeting

Re-Opening Meeting

If you missed our parent meeting yesterday, don't fret, here is a link to the Powerpoint that Principal Searl presented. Ross Reopening ResourcesDownload

Virtual Summer Camps and Experiences

Looking for something more formal for your child this summer? Virtual Summer Camps are popping up everywhere. Here are a few STEM-focused camps you should check out based on your child's interests! Click the images to learn more and register. "Camp...

STEM Documentaries

One of the best ways to adventure out when you're stuck at home is through movies (especially on a rainy day). There are so many gorgeous and thoughtfully made documentaries highlighting the natural life around the world. Most of these documentaries focus on Earth and...

Podcasts

Podcasts are the perfect way for kids to be engaged and curious without their eyes on a screen. There are several podcasts focused on scientific wonderings catered specifically to kids. Click on these images to access a link! Also, look at the app KIDS LISTEN for all...