Weekly Mailing
October 4, 2018

Upcoming Events
  • October 4: 2nd Grade Parent Reconciliation Mtg 6:30pm
  • October 7: 6th Grade Class Mass  9am
  • October 10:  Mass 9:15am
  • October 11:  2 Hour Delay - Classes start at 11am
  • October 12: End of 1st Quarter
  • October 15-19: 8th Grade Washington D.C.
  • October 17: Mass 9:15am
  • October 22-26: Scholastic Book Fair
  • October 23: Preschool Grandparent's Day - P3-2AM, P4-5AM, P4-5PM
  • October 24: Preschool Grandparent's Day - P3-3AM, P4-3AM, P4-3ALL, KR

    Mass 9:15am
  • October 25: Trunk or Treat 6:30-7:30pm
  • October 31: Halloween Parties 2:15pm

    Halloween Parade 2:45pm

    Alternate Dress 

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Saint Rose School
217 E. Front
Perrysburg, OH  43551


Dear Saint Rose Families,

Please consider attending Monday's presentation by Dr. Burrow. The topic, "Parenting in a Social Media World" will benefit all of our parents, no matter the age of their children. Social media, for better or for worse, pushes itself into our lives.  The challenges for parents are ever changing and never ending.  Many parents have expressed that they are overwhelmed by how to properly manage technology and social media influences in their homes.  I believe that this presentation should benefit us all. Please see image below for more information.

Bryon Borgelt





Many classes are currently without a room parent and  Halloween parties will be here 
before we know it!
Please consider donating your time and talents and 

Do you love organizing parties and events? 
This is the position for you!

Room   Parent  responsibilities include meeting with the homeroom teacher to plan celebrations for our students, as well as coordinating a separate sign up sheet for other  parent  volunteers to help with treats, drinks, crafts and games for each event as needed. 

Thank you very much in advance for your help to achieve fun, memorable and exciting celebrations for our students.

Dana Robie
Room   Parent  Coordinator     

Updated School Year Calendar

Some Updates and Corrections 
Have Been Made!

Please CLICK HERE for a new copy of the 
School Year Calendar. 

Access via the school website anytime  HERE!

Pirates Take Over at Saint Rose!

Last Friday marked our annual 
Talk/Dress like a Pirate Day. 

What a fun day filled with all our Pirates! 

Aaarrrrhhh Matey!

Sixth Grade Retreat

The Saint Rose Catholic School sixth graders recently went on a retreat to learn more about global inequality and how their faith calls them to take action.  Students spent part of the day on campus and the other part at Toledo Grows where they learned about the nonprofit and what it does to help address food inequality in Toledo.  Students volunteered at Toledo Grows in the gardens and in the kitchen. 

Mile Club

Congratulations to our first Mile Club award winners for the year:

Emmie, Kopelyn, and Anneliese, 
3rd grade. 

Keep up the great work!


KR/Kindergarten Parent Information Evening
Monday, November 12    7pm
Sacred Heart Center

This is a meeting for any parent who is considering enrolling their student in Kindergarten Readiness or Kindergarten for 2019-20
*New This Year*

Applications are required for any family interested in enrolling their student in Kindergarten Readiness or Kindergarten for 2019-2020.  

Please CLICK HERE to access application.

Thank you!


Often times, in our communities or our own circumstances, we find our neighbors or ourselves in need. It is our desire and responsibility to assist those who are struggling to make ends meet and in a special way, to do so during Advent and Christmas. If you find yourself in a difficult financial situation or someone else you know who lives in the Perrysburg area, please call our parish office at 419-874-4559 to receive an invitation to participate in our annual Angel Tree Program. This parishioner-supported program provides Christmas gifts and assistance with food and gas during the Christmas season for those families in need. The participants need not be parishioners of Saint Rose but must reside in the Perrysburg area. Those in need are able to participate in the program for up to two years.  All inquiries are strictly confidential. Our deadline for all requests to be submitted is October 31st, 2018.


Great job to our Cross Country runners who will be ending their 2018 season with their final race this weekend at Maumee Bay. Through the beautiful sunny days and the overcast, foggy days, lots of fun was had!! 

Thank you to Cross Country Commissioner, Karen Toon, for your dedication to the program, your organization and leadership!! 

Thank you to the many coaches who directed all the runners throughout the season and to the parents for your continued support and endless cheering! 

Enjoy your end of season banquet this weekend starting with 5:00pm Mass on Saturday, October 6th followed by the banquet in the SHC immediately following ~ GO PIRATES!! ~
Soccer and Volleyball games continue! 
Come and cheer on your Pirates this weekend! 
Pee Wee Soccer team - 
coach Erin Hrivnak

For a complete schedule of games, visit the CYO website,  www.toledodiocese.org


Online registration for BASKETBALL begins
Registration Open October 5-22!
Registrations after October 22 will incur a $5 late fee

CYO Basketball is available for girls and boys in 3rd grade through High School.

All registrations will be completed online and will close on 
Monday, October 22. 

Be sure to get signed up before the deadline.
Registrations after October 22 will incur a late fee of $5.00
If you did not play a fall CYO sport, don't forget to make your physical appointments soon. A doctor's signature is still required before participation. The form for doctor's signature is available now on our parish website CYO page. If we have a form on file from a fall CYO sport a new one is not needed.

If you have any questions contact Athletic Director, Aimee Sandvik 

  • Please be sure to register for coaches Initial Certification or Re- Certification through the St. Rose Parish Office. Visit the CYO Toledo website for a list of upcoming dates.
  • There will be a parish coaches meeting scheduled at the end of October, date TBD.
Participation in CYO athletics is provided through sponsorship of Saint Rose Parish.

Counselor's Corner                        Sept. 2018  
Guidance Lesson Recap:
This month's lesson provided a way for students to learn about the lifeskill of responsibility. We discussed how important this lifeskill is in everyone's lives.
Grade K: We read the book Sloppy Joe by Dave Brunkus. The story focused on a little boy who struggles with being responsible with his daily chores, such as keeping things clean and taking care of pets. As a class, we talked about ways to be responsible at school and at home. From following directions the first time to cleaning up their work space, the students discussed many ways we can responsible in our daily life.
Grades 1/2: We read the book The Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room by by Sarah Berenstain. The story focused on the siblings and how much they struggled with keeping their room clean and being responsible in doing their chores. As a class, we discussed the many ways the bears did not show responsibility during that time and a few ways they could improve. We also discussed how we can incorporate responsibility in their lives.
Grade 3/4: We read the book Down the Road by Alice Schertle as a class. The story was about a little girl who was needed to take responsibility and get some eggs at a local store. During the time, she got distracted and the eggs broke. As a class, we talked about how distractions can get in the way of our responsibilities in life and we have to be mindful of our choices.
Grades 5: Students participated in a lesson that focused on responsibility at home and at school. We discussed how keeping things organized was one way to do that. Students completed an activity in which they needed to sort important school supplies and then had a discussion. Students then discussed the importance of responsibility in many aspects of their lives.
Grades 6-8: As a class, we talked about many ways students can be responsible at school and at home. From chores at home to helping a friend in need, we discussed many ways students can responsible. As a class, we also talked about recognizing signs of depression and how to help a friend in need.
The students loved the program and the wonderful message of Never Giving Up, Encouraging Others, and Doing your Best! (NED). The program also focused on growth mindset in how important it is to focus on growth rather than perfection in our daily lives. Thank you to Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Schoen, Mrs. Shroyer, and Mrs. Turner for all of their help during the yoyo sale! It was a HUGE success and we couldn't have had this program without you. Thanks a million!!!!!!

Saint Rose School theme for the year:

Love Life!

As the Catholic Church celebrates Respect Life Sunday on October 7, Saint Rose School begins our monthly program of awareness of various issues related to respecting and loving the life that God had given to all of us.

October's theme is an awareness of
Loving Those with Disabilities

This is also National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Students will experience an activity or lesson highlighting the gifts of individuals with Disabilities.

Collections at school Mass will be donated to the Diocese of Toledo Office for Persons with Disabilities for their programming. Thank you for your generosity.

Saint Rose School Family Service Events

Saint Rose School will organize four Family Service Events during the year to encourage families to serve and volunteer together.   Let us teach our children to put their faith into action by serving God, His People, and His Creation.

The first event is Sunday, October 21 at Sunshine Community at 7223 Maumee Western Rd, Maumee, OH 43537, from 1:30-4:30 pm.   Sunshine Community serves individuals with developmental disabilities.  Their clients range in age from 1 year old into the 80s.

Sunshine is hosting a Spooky Boardwalk trick-or-treat event on Sunday, October 21. Saint Rose School will host a station(s) to distribute candy. (It's not a scary event!).  This is appropriate for all ages. Depending on the response, we can host multiple stations. Families will enjoy creating a simple theme for the station, if desired. Costumes are welcome!  Set-up is 1:30-2:30 pm, and the trick-or-treating is from 2:30-4:30 pm. This is an outdoor event, but there is a back-up plan if there is inclement weather.  Please contact Mrs. Anne Brahier if you have questions ( brahier@saintroseonline.org).

Please click  here to sign up!

News from last week....
Employment Opportunity

Part-Time Extended Day Teacher

Saint Rose School has a part-time opening for an  Extended  Day Teacher position for the  Extended  Day Program.   This position provides support to the Extended Day Program Director, manages after-school programming, and interacts with students and parents.  The key responsibilities of the  Extended  Day Teacher include, but are not limited to: assistance with homework, implementation of program activities, and interaction with and supervision of children ages preschool through 8th grade. 
The successful candidate will have a High School degree or equivalent, with experience in classroom or program supervision, college education and teaching experience ideal.  Must be organized, energetic, and enjoy spending time with children. 
Please submit a resume, cover letter, references to:
Annie Arthur
Extended Day Program Director
St. Rose School
Resumes will be accepted until positions are filled.  
Please list " Extended  Day Teacher" in the subject line if applying via email.

A special day is coming...
Preschool Grandparents' Day!

A chance for your Preschooler to spend time at school with Grandparents or a Special Guest. We will be doing a service project, having snacks, and the Book Fair will be open for business!

Preschool Grandparent's Day 2018 Schedule

Tuesday, October 23, 9:30-11:00am
           Mrs. Schoen 3-Year Old Tuesday/Thursday
           Mrs. Arthur 3-Year Old Tuesday/Thursday
           Mrs. Hoertz 4-Year Old Monday-Friday Morning

Wednesday, October 24, 9:30-11:00am
           Mrs. Schoen 3-Year Old Monday/Wednesday/Friday
           Mrs. Arthur 4-Year Old Monday/Wednesday/Friday
           Mrs. French, Kindergarten Readiness

Wednesday, October 24, 1:15-2:45pm
           Mrs. Dulaney, Monday/Wednesday/Friday
           Mrs. Hoertz 4-Year Old Monday-Friday Afternoon

Parent Volunteers and Cookie Donations
are needed to make this day success!

Poinsettia and Wreath Volunteer Needed

We are in need of one parent to coordinate the annual Middle School Poinsettia and Wreath Sale through Hoen's Greenhouse.  This annual sale helps individual students earn money to defray the costs of their class trips, such as 6th grade camp, 7th grade trip to Cleveland and 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. Last year's coordinator is happy to help guide you through the process.  We need one parent from any grades, 5-7.  

Please email Dr. Borgelt if interested:   borgelt@saintroseonline.org 

Thank you

Please contact Natasha Lydey with questions:  nlydey@yahoo.com

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.