Families and Students
Included on this page is an array of resources to help our families find important information and stay engaged in their child's learning. Below are links to some of the most important information you’ll need as you prepare your child for a rewarding educational experience in Cincinnati Public Schools.
- CPS Parent and Student Forms
- Student Dining Services
- Severe Weather Procedures
For children who are experiencing homelessness, the risk of falling behind academically is significantly greater. Project Connect helps clear barriers to education for families who are homeless. From assisting with enrollment and promoting attendance to providing in-school and summer programs, Project Connect provides guidance and support to give a leg up for children and youth who are experiencing homelessness. Learn more about Project Connect and the services it offers.
Schoology (pronounced "Skoo-luh-jee") Communication Tool Now Available — is an integrated learning-management solution that gives students, parents and teachers a new and easy way to connect and communicate.
Google Apps for Education — CPS has adopted Google Apps for Education as a key tool for student learning. Google Apps for Education is a web-based suite of programs provided by Google for schools to use. All Google Apps services can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection.
Putting our Technology Tools to Work
Our world is driven by technology. Digital devices and software add a dynamic element that keeps students interested and provides access to tools that prepare them for the future.
Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program (FFVP)
The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) began in 2002 as a pilot program with Congress’ approval. The FFVP is a federally funded program that provides school children in participating schools with a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at no cost. The goal of the FFVP is to:
- Expand the variety of fruits and vegetables children experience
- Increase children’s fruit and vegetable consumption
- Make a difference in children’s diets to impact their present and future health.
Roselawn Condon School is one of 30 Cincinnati Public Schools to receive a FFVP grant for this school year. We are very pleased to have the FFVP grant for another year. Our students have the pleasure (or experience) of eating a wide-range of fresh fruits and vegetables. Three days a week in the afternoon, fresh fruit or vegetables are distributed to students while they’re in their classrooms. Through the FFVP, we continue to enhance and strengthen our students’ awareness of healthy eating and exposure to different kinds of fruits and vegetables. Many teachers take the opportunity to incorporate FFVP into their curriculum. Most of all, this program has helped enormously to promote lifelong healthy eating habits for all of our students from pre-school to 8th grade.