Current Students

Check out these Social Emotional Supports for our students!!!


We have Lunch Bunch Groups with Chris Osterling! Mrs. O, as we affectionately call her, is a behavior specialist consulting with our district. She spends every Wednesday with us at RCAAS. She works in conjunction with our school counselors to support their work with our kiddos as well. We will also be starting some small groups with Mrs. O. in a few weeks on more meaty topics with some of our friends.

Students will be provided with a Google form to indicate their interest in each Lunch Bunch topic , but families may also email teachers or Mrs. O. directly to urge their child's participation as well. We tried out a first meeting September 22 about relaxing our brains and it was a huge hit with our 5th graders! Here are the topics we are planning to start with, which will be repeated as needed so every child who wants to participate can do so.

  • I am really good at relaxing my brain!

  • I have the best way to fall asleep!

  • I know the best way to help someone feel comfortable!

  • I have an excellent method to get my point across!

  • I am a pro at managing annoying people!

  • What can I do when I don’t know what to do?


Ms. Sharon Willis is returning to us this year and will stick with her friends from last year by shifting to working with 3rd and 5th grades. She will typically be at RCAAS on Tuesday and Friday mornings until 10:30 am. You may email her with questions or specific needs at

Mrs. Alexa Rickenbaugh is joining our team this year and will work with our friends in 4th and 6th grades. She is generally at RCAAS on Monday and Thursday mornings until 10:30 am. You may email her with questions or specific needs at

These fabulous counselors also support students at the Sandusky Intermediate School. They teach whole class lessons on a variety of topics including bullying, coping skills, substance abuse prevention, career planning, social skills, dealing with stress, among others. If you have a topic you would like one of the counselors to address with your child directly, please do not hesitate to reach out to his/her teacher and their grade level counselor.


Mark your calendars for these meaningful workshops designed with your gifted child's needs in mind! Our district social workers and RCAAS staff have surveyed our students to determine the best topics to present to families in order to help our students during some difficult years, which have been compounded by the effects of the pandemic. These workshops will take place immediately following our MZ Student Art Gallery Show Openings every other month at RCAAS. Come and enjoy student artwork, then stay for strategies to help your gifted child in their educational and life journeys. We will even have some great prizes to share with participating parents/guardians at each session, so be sure to join us! We will move from the gallery to the auditorium and run the workshops from 5:30-6:30pm on the dates below. Workshops are free and open to ALL families of gifted students from ANY GRADE LEVEL attending ANY SCHOOL!

Monday, October 11 Topic: Perfectionism and Pressure

Monday, December 13 Topic: Coping Skills

Monday, February 14 Topic: Relationships

Monday, April 11 Topic: Self-Awareness and Advocacy

Register for one or more of these workshops here:


Reminders for some common uniform mistakes:

  • NO HOODS may be worn on shirts, sweatshirts, sweaters, or the like.

  • Sweaters, sweatshirts, or fleece must be solid colors of blue, grey, white, or black (no stripes, dots, patterns, or words unless it is a school sponsored shirt worn with approval)

  • NO JEANS, LEGGINGS, CARGOS or SWEATPANTS (regardless of uniform color) unless expressly permitted by the principal for a special occasion.

Boys & Girls Club After-School Program

CLOSED Thursday and Friday, September 23 & 24 for staff training.

CLOSED Tuesday, October 19 and Tuesday, November 16 for district Early Release Days.

The Boys & Girls Club will host after-school care and homework help at RCAAS this year. Use the link below to sign up and your child can just stay here after dismissal and join the program!

Applications will be accepted online using the link below, or in person during the Open House at Sandusky Intermediate, RCAAS, Sandusky Early Learning Academy and Sandusky Primary schools. You can also pick up a paper copy from the main office of each building once school has started. Completed paper applications should be returned to the main office of the location your child wishes to attend.

First day of after-school Boys & Girls Club is Monday, Aug. 30, 2021.

The after-school program is free, and children are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please email Jerome Johnson at or Tiana Sanders at with any questions.

Link to the BGCNEO Membership Application:


2020-2021 YEARBOOKS are still available for $20 in the RCAAS Office!

Email or to arrange a time to come purchase your copy!


Sandusky City Schools has hotspots available for families who don't qualify for the Buckeye Freenet program. Here are the directions on how to obtain one.

  1. Fill out the Hotspot Request Form. This can be done by the family or school staff can assist with filling out the form.

  2. Someone from the district's Technology Department will contact the family and schedule a pick up time with one of our technicians.

  3. The family will need to bring their student devices so we can connect them to the hotspot and train them how to use it.

  4. Questions can be directed to 419-984-1012 or emailed to our student helpdesk at

Here is the link to the Hotspot order form:

We hope this will help you as we continue to leverage technology for the benefit of your child's education!

Sandusky City Schools Resource Guide (11.2020).pdf

If you need resources to support your child, you should be able to find what you need here.