Welcome to the Ravenna School District

Service Learning Class Volunteers at Adult Day Center 

For the 4th consecutive year, Service Learning students have spent Wednesdays at the Coleman Adult Day Center which is just a short walk from Ravenna High School. 

Service Learning class is a "Leadership and Community Engagement" class offered to 10th-12th graders.   Students play cards, board games, and have conversations with seniors at the center.  Service Learning student, Takoda White, even played his guitar to the delight of the center's clients!


Drama Club Performances Entertain Audiences

The Ravenna High School Drama Club's performances of Ed Monk's "Little Red Riding Hood (and the Power Mutants)"  were a big hit!


RSD Receives Silver Award for Breakfast Excellence

Ravenna School District received the Silver Award for Breakfast Excellence by achieving 60-69% average daily participation for the district.  The Ohio School Breakfast Challenge, (OSBC) is a statewide initiative to increase access and participation in the School Breakfast Program, ensuring Ohio students start each day ready to learn.  The OSBC is sponsored by the Ohio Department of Education, American Dairy Association Mideast, Children's Hunger Alliance, Ohio Action for Healthy Kids and Ohio School Nutrition Association.  

The Ohio School Breakfast Challenge encourages
schools to start the day with school breakfast
so all students are ready to learn.

  • Attendance
  • Behavior
  • Classroom participation
  • Attentiveness
  • Concentration
  • Math and reading scores
  • Standardized test scores
  • Cognitive test speed
  • Vocabulary
  • Anxiety
  • School nurse visits
  • Tardiness
  • Absenteeism

Industrial Production Technologies Program on Display

Ravenna High School recently hosted a showcase highlighting the Industrial Production Technologies Curriculum.  Representatives from local industries were treated to a presentation by teacher Mr. Tom Parker, along with demonstrations by the students in the class.  The Business Department under the direction of teacher Gretchen Sivinski along with the Family and Consumer Science Department under the direction of teacher Kyle Fenn, teamed up to cater and serve lunch to all of the guests.

The IPT class is for students who want to work with cutting-edge materials, using their knowledge of physical and biological sciences, to create products emerging from new advanced technologies in cost-effective ways.




RHS Chinese Students Visit Confucius Institute

RHS Chinese students went to the Confucius Institute at the University of Akron for "China Day" last Thursday where they received the 2nd place for the Group Speech Competition.  Alexie Mckisic,10th grader, received 2nd place for her Essay.  Great job, Ravens!


Doe v. Ohio Department of Education Settlement Proposal

The parties in the Doe v. Ohio Department of Education class action have submitted a proposed settlement to the U.S. District Court for approval. The first step in the approval process of the settlement is to provide notice of the proposed settlement to affected students and their parents.