Rocket Report
Vol. 2, No. 30, March 22, 2019
Words with Wilson
Last Friday we held our 3rd Quarter Awards Ceremony. It is always wonderful to see our students be recognized for their hard work. As we begin our 4th quarter, I always remind our students that each new quarter brings a new start. I encouraged them to set goals for themselves and work hard to achieve them.

High Honors
Landon Ambrosia Robinson Hayden Bauman Rylen James
Kendall Kocher Faith Lowry Lucas Sigler
Collin Ash James Curtis Simon Alba
Callaway Marsh Noah Schmaltz Annabelle Snyder
Cecilia Keiner Lachlan Borders Ezra Littell
Maria Kautsky Hailey Kocher Caitlin Pooler
Maddie Baker Elliot Borders Luke Hansen
Olivia Plummer Jonathon Snyder

Honor Roll
Zane Baker Frankie Eagan Maggie Hayes
Isaiah Littell Cooper Miles Addison Schaub
Grace Troxell Kialeah Washington Sam Agresta
Martina Mays Victoria McDole Will Reed
Jillian Reeves Gracie Rossman Lily Rutherford
Xander Smith Lydia Stahley Alexa Tweedy
Sydney Babb Sawyer Borders Erika Gibson
Ashlynn Gilmore Cameron O’Neill Diana Plummer
James Woodburn Nate Kinnaman Matthew Hudson
Brock Marien Addison Mosley Addison Poe
Paulina Toscano Daylan Powers James Guthrie
Maylee Johnson Quinn O’Brien Chloe Painchaud
Paul Pittman Mikey Riedeman Meredith Agresta
Odin Debon Izzy Egan Leila James
Annah Meehan Chase Monroe Meredith Attai
Ava Durrett Bryce Lowery Drew Patrick
Evan Schaub Kenzie Anderson Sophia Andrews
Monica Jones Dylan Koglin Noah Watkins
Brady Davis

Honorable Mention
Alexys Brand Lucy Hermann Sophia Rossman
Kyah Johnson Agatha O’Brien Annie Troxell
Emalee Chappell Elijah Chappell Gabby DeMore
Carlie Gaskill Brady McGuire Jack Reed
Kyla Renfro Austin Bradley Jude Deemer
CJ McHugh Evan Quinlin Brady Rossman
Diana Geiger Nathan Lyle Eli Littell
Thank You from our Class of 2019
We want to say thank you to all of our teachers, faculty, parents, families and friends! We had a very successful night with our dinner, auction and play. We could not have done this without your support. We hope that everyone had an enjoyable evening as it truly was a "Sweet Success".

Many Thanks,
St. Roch Class of 2019
Congratulations and Good Luck
Chase Monroe - 7th Grader
Congratulations to our school Geography Bee champion Chase Monroe. After winning the St. Roch Bee, Chase competed for a chance to represent St. Roch in the state bee, and he qualified. He becomes the first Rocket to move on to the state bee. He competes next Friday, March 29th at IUPUI! Congratulations Chase, we are very proud of you!
Shorts as Part of the Uniform
Students may wear shorts as part of the uniform beginning Monday, April 1st. As a reminder Shorts should be appropriate in length and no shorter than three inches above the knee. 
Fish Fry - Sponsored by Men's Club
The St. Roch Men’s Club will be sponsoring several Fish Frys during the upcoming Lenten season. The remaining dates are April 5th and 12th from 4:30 to 7:30pm. Dinner includes main dish, 2 sides, dessert, & drink for $7.00. The menu includes:hand breaded fish, baked fish, shrimp, grilled cheese, cheese pizza, green beans, coleslaw, mac n cheese, fries, and onion rings.
Lent Morning Reflections for St. Roch Moms
All mothers of the St. Roch Community are invited to participate in a Lent prayer and reflection group. We will read, pray, and reflect individually, and meet together to pray and share every other Tuesday during Lent from 8:15-9:15 a.m. in the Parish Life Center. These dates are March 3, March 19, April 2, and April 16. Join us in person, or participate in prayer independently using the same devotional we will have. Contact Stephanie Newton in the parish office at (317) 784-1763 or email at if you are interested in this opportunity to make the most of this Lent together in fellowship with other moms!
“Scouts, BSA” program is the Boy Scouts of America’s renaming of “boy scouts”. “Scouts, BSA” now provides the same quality youth program to boys and girls. An all-girl troop is now chartered at St. Jude. Meetings are at St. Jude in the science room, 7 – 8 pm on Tuesdays. Girls, ages 11 (or 10 and completed 5 th grade) through 17, are invited to join in the adventure.
If interested, please contact Scott Strother by phone or email: 317.690.1477;
School Mass Schedule
School Mass is scheduled for 8:15am on Wednesdays and Fridays unless otherwise noted.
Wed. 4/3 - Mrs. Plummer's 1st Grade

Fri. 4/5 - Mr. G's 4th Grade

Wed. 4/10 - Mrs. Borders 1st Grade

Fri. 4/12 - Mr. English's 7th Grade

Thurs. 4/18 - Mrs. DeArmond's 2nd Grade

Fri. 4/19 - Living Stations in Gym @9:45am
and 6pm

Wed. 4/24 - Mrs. Feltman's 7th Grade

Fri. 4/26 - Mr. Watson's 6th Grade
Weekend Server Schedule
March 23/24
Saturday, 5pm
Eli Rossman
Sophia Rossman
Matthew Hudson
Sunday, 8am
Kennedy Marsh
Callaway Marsh
Nate Kinnaman
Sunday, 10:30am
Lily Brown
Cooper Miles
Landon Ambrosia-Robinson
Sunday, 5:30pm
Juliana Wood
KJ Wood
Lydia Stahley
March 30/31
Saturday, 5pm
Caitlin Pooler
Zane Baker
Gavin Dulworth
Sunday, 8am
Jonathan Snyder
Annabelle Snyder
Annah Meehan
Sunday, 10:30am
Cecelia Keiner
Paulina Toscano
Emalee Chappell
Sunday, 5:30pm
Evan Schaub
Alexys Brand
Nicholas Bastida
Lunch Menu
Week of April 1st
Salad of the Week - *Asian Chicken Salad

Sandwich of the Week - *Hamburger
*Sandwich and Salad on Fridays during Lent will be replaced with Fish Sandwich and Garden Salad.
Helpful Information
Upcoming Dates and Events
  • 3/22 - 1pm Early Dismissal - NO AFTERCARE
  • 4/1 - School Resumes
  • 4/2 - We Are St. Roch Shirt Day
  • 4/3 - Family Religion Night
  • 4/4 - Dine to Donate
  • 4/19 - Living Stations 9:45am and 6pm (in Gym)
  • 4/19 - Early Dismissal Aftercare is available
  • 4/20 - Easter Egg Hunt
  • 4/21 - Easter Sunday
Rebel Report
Roncalli Rebelation 2019
Your chance to save $25 a ticket to this year’s Rebelation ends soon! Go to www. to purchase your tickets for April in Paris, Rendezvous Rebelation before April 1st!

April in Paris, Rendezvous Rebelation
Help raise funds for Roncalli families in need of tuition assistance.
Great food, drinks, LIVE music from 3rd Generation and one-of-a-kind auction items await you!

Saturday, April 27, 2019 

Roncalli Gymnase  (Gymnasium)
5:30 – 11:00 PM

Paris Fashions  or  
Business Casual Attire

For more information or to buy your tickets go to
Summer Sports and Academic Camps
Roncalli High School is the place to be for summer camps!  

Sports Camps  – Cheerleading, football, boys/girls volleyball, softball, baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, boys/girls golf, boys/girls basketball, boys/girls lacrosse, boys/girls cross country, boys/girls tennis, boys/girls swimming, boys/girls diving, boys/girls soccer.  Go to  to register, or   for more information, please contact (317) 788-4094.

Academic Camps  – Roncalli will offer multiple academic camps this summer! An  American   Sign Language Camp  is available for both beginners and more advanced students in grades 1-8, a  Young Authors Camp  will be offered for grades 5-8, two sessions of a  Robotics Camp  will be offered for grades 3-8 and high school students, and two fun Math Camps  will be offered for grades 3-5 and grades 6-8. Grades indicate the grade that students will be in for the 2019-20 school year.  Please contact  for additional information. 

Roncalli Golf Clinic
The Roncalli Girls Golf Team will hold its 2nd Spring Girls Golf Clinic at Smock Golf Course Driving Range. Here's what you need to know:

Who: 5th - 8th Grade Girls               
Date: Saturday, April 13th
Time:  2 - 3:30 PM
Location:  Smock Driving Range 4225 Todd Road. 
Phone number 317-888-4863
Girls will need to bring golf clubs and wear tennis shoes. Members of the Roncalli Girls Golf team will be there, along with Coach John Stelzel, to teach and show them this wonderful game. If they have a friend they want to bring, they too are welcome. There is no cost for this clinic. Please RSVP to John Stelzel, Roncalli Girls Golf Head Coach, 317-529-0178
St. Roch Catholic School
Phone: (317) 784-1763
Fax: (317) 784-7051