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Click for Album of Harvest & Halloween Fun

The Saints Went Marching In...

Grades 5 & 7

Our 7th graders in preparation for their Confirmation next year, select a saint to research and learn about, this typically becomes their Confirmation name. Once their report is complete, they share it with their classmates dressed as the saint. Two students are selected, based on their presentations, to share their reports with the school and parish community.

Congratulations to Shivanjali (St. Rose of Lima) and Kenny (St. Peter) for receiving the honor this year.

Our fifth graders also learned about a selected saint and stepped into the life of th saint to share what they learned with their classmates.

Click for Album of Saints

Fire Trucks Made a Few Stops at SRS in October

Not to put out fires,

but to bring joy and lessons!

Fire trucks made several stops at St. Rose in October, Fire Safety Month; it wasn't to put out fires, but instead they brought joy, lessons, and students! Yes, students! Madison and Mason were the lucky auction winners of a ride to school on a fire truck; excited for this adventure, they invited a few of their classmates to join them. The fire truck arrived at 7am to pick them up at their house and then off to school where they arrived to cheers of friends and teachers waiting for them. What an exciting way to arrive at school!

Our town fire fighters returned a few days later to meet with our kindergartners and first graders to talk about fire safety; the children were excited to ask questions and share stories. Sorry dads, we did hear that a few of you set off the smoke detectors at home when you cook; but they still give you an A+ for effort in cooking!

Click for Album with Fire Safety & Smiles

On the Road Again

Field Trips Bringing Entertaining Experiences for Our Students

Click for Album of Field Trip Memories

Dear St. Rose Families,

There is something in every day to be grateful for; during the month of November we pause to spend more time in thanksgiving and counting our many blessings. Our goal is not only to count and be grateful for those blessings, but to also share them. This month our students are busy doing just that. Our First and Fifth Grade Buddies recently filled Boxes of Joy that will be shipped to places where children don't always know the excitement of gifts under the tree. The two classes donated all different types of items, that were then lovingly packed and are now on their way to those children to share the joy of giving and receiving. Our 2nd Annual Turkey Trot Food Drive is underway and our classes are stacking up the nonperishable items that will fill tables and pantries with food items for the holidays and beyond for families in need.

As we are getting closer to the middle of November, and a new quarter of the school year; we look back at the memories and blessings we have received and shared in the first quarter of the year. We have much to be grateful for and we are quickly filling the pages of the story of our 2022-2023 school year.

Our classrooms and halls are the busiest we've seen them and we are most grateful for the children that fill them. Taking their lead, we have been moving forward, reviving traditions, adding a new spin to some of them, and sharing new experiences that we know will become traditions of future school years.

So many smiles, so many successes, so many stories and piles and piles of pictures. I love sharing all those memories with you and it is difficult to pick pictures to include and not be able to include others. So I have been working on changing up the weekly Adventures and will put a few pictures of an event and then below those pictures include a button to click on so you can go to an album of pictures and share in the full experience of these wonderful events with our children.

I am thankful for your support and dedication to our children and school and look forward to seeing you this evening at the State of the School presentation to share the many, many things that our children have been filling their days with and talk about activities and events yet to come! Have a wonderful weekend ahead!

Warm Regards,

Mrs. B

It Was a Spicy Pumpkin Bowl

Flamin' Hot Cheetos vs. Takis

Click for Album of Pumpkin Bowl Spirit

A Few More Noteworthy Bits 'n Pieces Before You Go

Due to several of the students volunteering at BINGO, we are opting to move the next Encounter meeting to

Friday 11/18 from 6:30-8:30 in Holy Innocents.

All students in grades 7 & 8 AND their parents are invited to a Pie Potluck on Friday November 18 6:30-8:30 in the Holy Innocents Building. Please bring a pie to share! The evening will include gathering time, a guest speaker, and games.

Please use the Google Form below to RSVP!


Looking Ahead ...A Few Dates to Circle

November 10 - 50th Day of School

November 11 - Veteran's Day Assembly

November 12-18 Scholastic Book Fair

Sat. & Sun. 9am-noon

Mon.-Thurs. 8am-2:30pm

Fri. - 8am-12:30pm

November 15, 16, 17 - Conferences; Early Dismissal

Aftercare is 11:30am-4:30pm

November 18 - Mass with Bishop Caggiano

November 18 - Last Day of Turkey Trot Food Drive

November 23 - Early Dismissal

November 24 - Happy & Blessed Thanksgiving