Weekly Email
August 9, 2018

Dear  Saint Rose Families,

The start of school is just around the corner.  Our teachers spent today preparing for the new year.  Our faculty gathered for Mass and then met throughout the day.  Classrooms are being set up, bulletin boards are going up, books are out, and we are ready!  2018/19 is going to be a special year at Saint Rose!
You will notice some changes when you arrive.  Sr. Kathleen or another faculty member will greet all visitors that enter our main entrance at Door A.  This is part of our new safety plan. All electronic door locks have been reconfigured to work with push releases instead of motion detector releases to maintain security throughout the day.  Door A will have someone stationed during the day. Visitors must ring the bell to be buzzed in. Most visitors can be helped right at Door A and will not need to go any further into the building. This is where you can drop off lunches, books, etc.  Visitors that need to go further into the building will sign in and then be buzzed into the school's office or to the gym to get to the other areas of the school.  There will be no access beyond Door A unless someone signs in, gets a visitors badge and is buzzed in.  Parents and visitors are to only enter the building through Door A.  Visitors and parents are not to enter the building through any other entrance during the day. 
Stationing a faculty member at Door A is a temporary plan. Our original plan called for a new door to be installed to access the office. Studying this option revealed some external factors that we need to address with the diocese and the city before moving forward.  We internally put the external door on hold knowing that the timeline would not allow to have it in place for the start of school. 
I believe that these changes will provide a maximum level of security for our school population.  Thank you for your interest and support of this effort. 

I am looking forward to seeing all of the students next week.  They are the heart of our community. 

Bryon Borgelt

2018-19 Class Lists

Please be aware: A few updates are being made to our class lists.
Updated lists will be posted online and sent via email as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience!

Attention Middle School

Current 7th & 8th grader iPad pick up will occur next week. Please be sure to have a case and complete all forms and payment.  
Payment, if applicable, may be done online or in the school office.

Thank you!

Join us for a Back to School Pool Party!

Who: Grades 6, 7, & 8
Where: Belmont Country Club
29601 Bates Rd, Perrysburg
When: Sunday, August 12  7-9pm

The cost is $5 to cover expenses; snacks will be provided.  
We are collecting school supplies as a donation for our friends at
 Queen of Apostles School.  

We ask students to wear modest swimsuits.  
Boys:  no speedos or racer trunks, please.  
Girls:  If you wear a bikini, please also wear a t-shirt. 

Please click  here  to RSVP to the event.  
Parents are welcome to stay to chaperone if they would like. 

From Perrysburg Transportation:

Subject: Bussing Update
Good Morning Families,
It has been an honor to join the Perrysburg Schools family this past April, and our Transportation Department team has been working hard to prepare for the coming school year. For those using Perrysburg Schools bussing to reach St. Rose, following please find your login information to obtain your student's bussing information for the 2018-2019 school year.
Please visit this link and then use the login credentials described below:
Login:            studentfirstname.lastname
Password:    student date of birth (eg. 08012010 for August 1, 2010)
If you have enrolled with St. Rose recently, your information may not be in our database. If this is the case, please contact St. Rose so they can forward us your enrollment information and we will give them the bussing information to forward directly to you.
Please note: for the first several days of school, we do ask for your patience as families take photos of students getting on their busses and drivers become accustomed to their routes. Please plan to have students at their stop at least 15 minutes early, and understand that drop-off times may vary as well for the first week. Below, please also find a few reminders about our pupil transportation management policies.
Alternate Transportation Requests: please note the information above is generating using your primary home address. You will receive individual confirmation regarding any Alternate Transportation Forms that you have submitted. Here is a link to the form if needed: http://www.neola.com/perrysburg-oh/search/forms/fm8600F1.pdf . Please remember that we need several days to process these requests.
We are looking forward to welcoming students back onto our busses! If at any time you have any questions, please feel free to call 419-874-3127 or email transportation@perrysburgschools.net.
James Mapus
Director of Transportation
Perrysburg Schools
Ohio Department of Education Pupil Transportation Management Policies
  • Pupils shall arrive at the bus stop before the bus is scheduled to arrive.
  • Pupils must wait in a location clear of traffic and away from the bus stops.
  • Behavior at the bus stop must not threaten life, limb or property of any individual.
  • Pupils must go directly to an available or assigned seat so the bus may safely resume motion.
  • Pupils must remain seated, keeping aisles and exits clear.
  • Pupils must observe classroom conduct and obey the driver promptly and respectfully.
  • Pupils must not use profane language.
  • Pupils must refrain from eating and drinking on the bus except as required for medical reasons.
  • Pupils must not use tobacco on the bus.
  • Pupils must not have alcohol or drugs in their possession on the bus except for prescription medication required for the student.
  • Pupils must not throw or pass objects on, from or into the bus.
  • Pupils may carry on the bus only objects that can be held in their laps.
  • Pupils must board and depart the bus at locations to which they have been assigned unless they have parental and administrative authorization to do otherwise.
  • Pupils must not put head or arms out of the bus windows.
Responsibilities of Parents/Guardians
  • It is the parent's/guardian's responsibility to ensure their student's safety and well being at the bus stop before the bus arrives.
  • Parents/Guardians of students being transported by Perrysburg School District transportation should expect their children to be home any time after the last dismissal bell rings at their respective school building.
  • Parents/Guardians will be responsible for any damage done to a bus by their children and will be required to make restitution to the Perrysburg Board of Education.
  • All half-day kindergartners must have a parent, guardian or caregiver present and visible to the bus driver in order to be released from the midday bus. If no one is present and visible, the kindergartner will remain on the bus and return to their school building of attendance. The building secretary will contact the parent/guardian.
  • Any full day kindergarten student who is a single afternoon stop must have a parent, guardian or caregiver present and visible to the bus driver. If no one is present and visible, the student will remain on the bus and returned to their building of attendance. The building secretary will contact the parent/guardian. If no one is available at the building of attendance, the student will return to the Transportation Department. In the event that a parent or guardian cannot be reached, the local police department will be contacted and assume custody of the student.

TPS Transportation Information

Dear Parochial and Charter School Parent:
All parents requesting transportation must complete a "Request for Transportation" form. This form must be returned to the Transportation Services Department each school year. The request form can be accessed on the TPS website:  http://www.tps.org/departments/transportation-services.html  Scroll to: Parochial and Charter Schools and click on "Transportation Request Form".  

The deadline for us to receive this form is September 30.
The "Request for Transportation" form can be mailed to: 

Transportation Services 
Toledo Public Schools 
5600 Hill Ave 
Toledo, OH 43615 

or faxed to 419-671-8553
Please feel free to call the Transportation Services Department at 419-671-8541 with any questions you may have regarding this procedure.
Thank you

calendars                     supply lists                    required forms

check the Resources Page throughout the year  for lunch menus, calendar updates and more!


My name is Gabriella Ravas, and I am a Senior Girl Scout at Saint Rose Church as well as a 2017 graduate of Saint Rose School and a sophomore at Notre Dame Academy. The highest achievement in Girl Scouting is the Gold Award, the equivalent of the Eagle Scout Award. My Gold Award project is for The Nest, a nonprofit organization located in Bowling Green, Ohio.

The Nest  Bowling Green provides for the student "in a crisis pregnancy by giving support and help to complete their educational goals". Their "mission is to deliver free, high quality, early childhood learning opportunities and Christ-centered care for children while parents are attending classes. They are supporting the parents' overall success with an on-site study room, weekly Gospel-centered parenting classes, one-on-one mentors, tutoring and peace of mind knowing their children are receiving excellent care and education alongside them".

My Gold Award project is to create a sustainable parent/child reading program as part of the parent education program at The Nest
. My project includes building a library of books (and book cases), implementing a book lending program, all of which sustains a commitment of parent/child bonding centered on time shared reading together.   ** I invite you to please donate new and gently-used children's books (faith-based and traditional) for age infant through 5-years. A large bin will be by the school office to place donated books for  The Nest. Thank you for your help!

Statistics show that 60% of teen moms fail to graduate from high school and fewer than 2% complete college by age 30.
The Nest  "enables young parents to live out their dreams and calling as a strong family unit, empowering them to take flight and soar!"
2018 Fall Enrichment

Don't Miss Out on our After School Fall Enrichment Program!
Enrichment classes are an opportunity for students to participate in after-school extracurricular programming to further enhance their school experiences. Classes run for 6 weeks and are once a week.

Don't Delay!  
Registration deadline is Friday, September 7, 2018
Please contact the Extended Day & Enrichment Director, Annie Arthur, at arthur@saintroseonline.org with any questions or concerns. Thank you!


Please Join Us!
All parents are welcome and encouraged 
to attend these meetings.

Parent Club Meetings
  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018
  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018
  • Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019
We will meet from 3:45-4:15 in the school library. 
If you are unable to attend the scheduled meetings and want to get involved, please contact Desirae Shroyer at ddncn123@aol.com

All levels of involvement and 
new ideas welcome!

We are very excited for a great year!



Visit the Saint Rose CYO webpage for more info and registration

Registration Deadlines:
Volleyball - August 10
All other fall sports - August 24

Please be prompt with your registrations! Thank you!
Eligibility Requirements:
To participate in Saint Rose CYO sports, athlete must be a
Saint Rose student or parishioner of Saint Rose or St. John XXIII

Athletic Contract:
All athletes must submit an athletic contract,
with doctor signature, to be eligible to play.

Soccer coaches are needed for EVERY GRADE LEVEL. 

If you or someone you know is interested in
coaching soccer this fall season, please email Aimee Sandvik,  athleticdirector@saintroseonline.org ASAP.

Deadlines for forming teams are fast approaching and if we do not have coaches we will not have soccer  teams this fall.
Is your son an incoming 5-8th grader and interested in playing FOOTBALL this fall? 

Please contact the Saint Rose Athletic Director with your interest as soon as possible: athleticdirector@saintroseonline.org
Tackle Football Eligibility Requirements:

To participate, athlete must be a Saint Rose student or a parishioner of Saint Rose, St. John XXIII, All Saints, St. Aloysius, or St. Thomas More

Attention parents of 4th grade girls...
we are in need of additional players to 
form a volleyball team!!

The deadline to register online is tomorrow, AUGUST 10th 
so register today:   CYO REGISTRATION

Practices will be Monday/Wednesday 3:30-5pm and games will be held on the
weekends starting September 8th.  The season ends mid to the end of October. 

The girls have so much fun  playing together and learning new skills!! 
Email Aimee Sandvik with questions.


**If you still need to order a jersey for your volleyball player 
(for new players or if you need a new size),
email Kristin Busse with the size you will need, busse@saintroseonline.org.**

**We will be accepting used volleyball jerseys
Please turn in at the OPEN GYM or to the PARISH OFFICE**

Interested in becoming a new coach?! We are ALWAYS looking for volunteers to lead our youth in sports. Contact Aimee Sandvik at athleticdirector@saintroseonline.org 
for more information.
Attention Fall Coaches:

Please visit the CYO WEBSITE 
for the CYO Coaches certification schedule.

**New This Year**
You must register for CYO certifications through the Saint Rose Parish Office. Please drop off your registration forms with payment (cash or check) to the Parish Office - checks payable to Saint Rose
Cantate Domino
Saint Rose Parish Children's Choir 2018-19

The Saint Rose Children's Choir is seeking members!

Children's Choir is open to all singers of our 
school and parish, 
grades 1-8

The choir meets on Thursday for weekly rehearsals when school is in session. 

Rehearsals begin at 4:15 and end at 5:00  

*1 st rehearsal is August 23, 2018


Saint Rose RCIA

RCIA (Rite of Christian Intiation of Adults) at St. Rose Parish - a 2 fold purpose  - RCIA is open to ANY and ALL adults of the parish to attend the Wednesday sessions during the academic year.  While RCIA is primarily for people who want to "become Catholic", it is also an opportunity for on-going faith formation for ALL adults who desire to mature in their knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith.  For more information, contact us at becomecatholic@saintroseonline.org

Mary Alice and Debby
Saint Rose Catholic School 2018 Parent Handbook & Directory

Saint Rose School is working with Holy Toledo Directories to publish the 2018 Parent Handbook & Student Directory. This publication will be professionally printed and given "free" to all families and supported by advertising.

If you own a business or know someone who does and would like to help by sponsoring an ad, please complete the form below and return it to the School Office, or email or fax this form to Holy Toledo Directories (See Below). A representative of Holy Toledo Directories will contact you.

We hope you can help us print the 2018 Handbook for the school at no cost, while benefiting from some long-time advertising.





Saint Rose School Mission Statement

As a Catholic, faith-based community, Saint Rose School provides challenging academics in a safe and supportive environment.  Students are nurtured to be confident life-long learners prepared for future academic endeavors and service to society.