- March 3:
Class Mass - Grade 3 9am
- March 4:
2019-20 Registration fee increase
- March 8:
Queen of Apostles Service Trip
Stations of the Cross, Kdg & 1 2pm
- March 11: KR/Kdg Preview Day
Preschool 4 - NO SCHOOL
- March 14 & 15: Spring Pictures
- March 15:
End of 3rd Quarter
Stations of the Cross, Grades
2 & 3 2pm
- March 16:
8th Grade Confirmation
- March 18-22: 6th Grade Camp
- March 21:
7th Grade Retreat
- March 25-29:
Saint Rose School
217 E. Front
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Dear Saint Rose Families,
After two years of surveys, data, meetings, and a great deal of collaboration, Saint Rose Catholic School had its accreditation visit in conjunction with the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association. Saint Rose was visited by six principals from the Toledo and Cleveland Diocese. Our final report will then be reviewed at the state level. Our improvement plan will be combined with our strategic plan. This plan will be shared with our community this spring.
Our visit was very positive. Not only were we compliant in all categories, we were commended in our development of our Catholic Identity Plan and Academic Performance Plan. Great compliments were also extended towards our faculty for their professionalism, knowledge and collaboration. I am very proud of the hard work that went into this process. Again, the components of this plan will be merged with our strategic plan and shared with families this spring.
3rd Grade Class Mass - THIS WEEKEND!
Come join other families with students in Grade 3 at 9:00 am Mass on March 3. Together with the larger Saint Rose family, you can create bonds of friendship as you worship together. After the Mass, enjoy a simple reception in the Sacred Heart Center (school cafeteria). One family is asked to volunteer to bring up the Offertory gifts, and several families are asked to serve as greeters before Mass (arrive at 8:45 am).
to RSVP for the Mass and reception. Seating will be reserved in the front pews on the Saint Joseph side of church.
The votes are in....How To Train Your Dragon!
Have a middle school student who would like to help?
4 Year Old Preschool
DOES NOT have school on March 11
KR/Kindergarten Preview Day.
Congratulations to 8th Grader Katie Hoyt! Katie is this year's Saint Rose winner for the Perrysburg Exchange Club's Patriotism Essay Contest. Katie, along with three other students from Perrysburg Middle School, shared essays with their families and the Exchange Club at the winner's banquet Monday night. Essays will be published in the Perrysburg Messenger Journal in the coming weeks.
Katie with Mr. Kruse,
8th Grade Social Studies Teacher
Job Well Done Katie!
Congratulations March LifeSkill Winners
Front Row: Janey Turner, Lilly Osterholt, Zoe Sharp, Jaymes Demray
Middle Row: Elise Busse, Rhys Alkire, Madison Wachowiak, Samantha Shroyer, Kaitlyn Kesler, Alex Traxler, Armann Khan
Back Row: Nate Bacon, Abbie Meyers, Bella Gongora, Lucy Mott
Not Pictured-Emily Meyers
Music Man Jr. April 5, 6, & 7
Volunteers Needed for Spring Musical
Our spring musical is fast approaching and we are looking for 2 available, hardworking parents to oversee tech crew. We need someone that will be able to attend rehearsals from March 18-21 and April 1-4, as well as each performance. Responsibilities include: assisting tech crew with their tasks (lights, music, cues, props, etc.) until they get comfortable with it, keeping tech crew focused and on track, and acting as a backstage support person during shows. Please contact Rebecca Schmidt
for more information.
Sponsors for Program
We are currently inviting patrons to sponsor our musical. Money collected will be used to defer the costs of scripts, costumes, set materials, props, etc. As a sponsor, you can have an ad in the program or send a message to a member of the cast or crew of The Music Man, Jr.
The sponsor categories are as follows:
$10 - One line in the program - your name or a message to cast or crew members
(for example: "Break a leg, Ann! Love, Mom, Dad, Andrew, and Rachel")
$35 - 1/4 page ad
$60 - 1/2 page ad
$100 - full page ad (great for businesses)
If you can help us as a sponsor, please complete and return
to the school office before March 11th. Please make your check payable to Saint Rose School.
Musical Poster Design Contest
Poster dimensions: 11 x 17
Each poster must include:
Saint Rose School
217 E. Front St., Perrysburg
The Music Man, Jr
April 5 & 6 at 7:30 and April at 2:00
Tickets are $10
It also should include the following credits:
Book, Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson
Story by Meredith Willson and Franklin Lacey
Meredith Willson's The Music Man, Jr. is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized materials are supplied by Music Theatre International, New York, NY. (212)-541-4684
All designs must be submitted to the school office by Friday, March 8.
Last Call for Yearbook Orders
Did you miss out on ordering a yearbook? No worries! You have a little more time!
Please note: Online orders will only be accepted.
No Cash or Checks will be accepted in the school office, per Lifetouch.
School Advisory Council
Have you been looking for a way to give back to your school? We have a great idea for you: apply to join the
Saint Rose School Advisory Council
. We are all parents of current students at Saint Rose, ranging in age from Preschool thru Eighth grade. Some of us have been a part of the school for many years, and others have only been here a shorter time. Together we form a group that meets a few times a year with the pastor and principal to consult and advise on school matters such as long-range planning, public relations, and policy development. We also are a connection point for any parents who have questions, concerns, issues or suggestions that they would like to bring forth to the administration.
If interested, please complete the application linked below and return to the
via email at
or to the school office by
Friday, March 15th
If you have any questions, please reach out to one of us. We'd be happy to tell you more about it.
The School Advisory Council Members
Abbie Schoen, Jen Becker, Julia Burrow,
Heidi Hartman, Bill Hoyt,
Elizabeth Ravas, Janelle Schaller,
Desirae Shroyer, Jeffrey Stopar
Social Media Policy
Please see the updated
and complete the attached form. This completed form is required for the 2019/20 school year registration.
Thank you for your prompt attention, review and completion.
Did you miss the March Parish Newsletter? A few highlights are below. For more info and to access links
to view entire newsletter!
Counselor's Corner Feb. 2019
Guidance Lesson Recap:
This month's lesson focused on the lifeskill of
PATIENCE. The students emphasized not rushing for something to come. We discussed how we could utilize this lifeskill in every day life with our friends and family.
Grade K/1: We read the book
Henry the Impatient Heron by Donna Love. This story was about a bird that was very impulsive and didn't not think about its decisions. He would tend to scare away his food and fly away to his own leisure. Then he was lost and had to figure out some strategies in order to catch food and survive. He learned the life lesson of patience in how valuable it is in many aspects of his life. As a class, we demonstrated how we could show patience at school and with our friends in the classroom.
Grade 2/3: We read the story
Game Day by Tiki and Ronde Barber. The story discussed how the brothers grew up playing football and the obstacles that they faced growing up. In the story, it discussed determination and how they had to be patient and work hard to earn their success to finally play for the NFL. As a class, we talked about how with any goal that we have, it is important to be patient and focus on ways to improve each day. We discussed what patience can look like at home and at school.
Grades 4/5: We continued to teach the
Be Kind First lessons, which emphasized how to be a good friend.
Grades 6-8: As a class, we discussed the definition of patience and what it may look like in the middle school. Students then had the opportunity to create an intricate structure out of marshmallows and toothpicks. This activity utilized the lifeskill of patience in that they had to determine a plan or goal, and slowly plan it out for it to work. Students had to use this lifeskill in order to fix any mistakes and have the creation they had in mind. What amazing designs the groups came up with!
Career Exploration Program: Eighth grade students will have an opportunity to explore their career interests and will have the opportunity to shadow a person in their career choice. We are excited to see what the students have learned throughout these next few weeks!
What to Expect This Time of Year
This time of year, it is not uncommon for your child to struggle with staying motivated with schoolwork, but having all of the snow days makes staying motivated much harder. Here are some helpful tips for difficult days. Helping set up a consistent morning routine can help with some morning anxiety of the unknowns of the day. Additionally, prepping your child ahead of time, such as describing any known changes in the schedule will help your child feel more prepared during the day. Lastly, setting up a behavioral goal at the end of the day, such as planning a fun activity after school, may help your child stay motivated during the morning and school day.
Resources for Parents-"Career"
If you are interested in following up with your child to start talking about career exploration, you may want to check out this great website for K-8 students.
Middle School Tutoring Volunteers
Earlier this year 8th grade students ran a project where they tutored younger Saint Rose students after school from 3:30-4:15. This was well received and in meeting with 8th grade students they mentioned the desire to continue the tutoring. Here is an opportunity for 7th and 8th grade students to tutor and help younger Saint Rose students with their basic studies.
If your 7th or 8th grader is interested in tutoring, please CLICK HERE to sign up
After School Tutoring for grades K-6
Saint Rose and SJJA 7th and 8th grade students will volunteer to tutor Saint Rose students in grades K-6 after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:15. Students will need to be picked up by 4:15 or attend after care. This is a great opportunity for free tutoring for our students. Spaces will be limited. The tutoring will take place in the school office.
If you are interested in tutoring for your child, please
to reserve a time
FAMILY SERVICE EVENT
Heartbeat of Toledo is a non-profit organization that assists women and men in their choice for life -- the choice to continue a pregnancy and give birth to a child. On the weekends of Feb. 16-17 and March 2-3, Saint Rose Parish will participate in a "Change for Life" baby bottle campaign to encourage donations to support their vital mission.
Individuals and Families needed!
February 16 & 17
Distribute bottles to parishioners l
March 2 & 3
Collect filled bottles before Mass
This is a great way for families to serve the church and community by distributing or collecting bottles at different doors of the church.
Please click here to sign up to distribute or collect baby bottles. Thank you!
Preliminary 2019/2020 School Year Calendar
to view the preliminary calendar for the
2019/20 School Year.
Are your children attending Saint Rose next year?
Have you completed registration?
Don't miss your chance before the fee increase on March 4!
KR/Kindergarten Registration - Contact the school office
As of March 4, registration fee will increase to $200 per child. Register TODAY!
Saint Rose School theme for the year:
February Theme: Racism
"As a body is one though it has many parts, and all the parts of the body, though many, are one body, so also Christ. For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body, whether Jews or Greeks, slaves or free persons, and we were all given to drink of one Spirit." 1 Corinthians 12:12-13
|Loving Life includes loving all of God's Children.
This month the Saint Rose School theme focuses on Racism.
Money collected on Mass days and for alternate dress will be donated to the Black Catholic Ministries of the Diocese of Toledo.
Thank you for your generosity.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a pastoral letter in November 2018 regarding racism.
to read the document called "Open Wide Our Hearts".
|Perrysburg Baseball & Softball Commission
|2019 House Registration
House Registration for 2019
Baseball and Softball Season is Open NOW through
March 1, 2019
Please share with other Perrysburg residents with school aged children about this league.
When registering online, use last year's account if applicable.
If you plan to Coach, please have the parent that plans to coach be the MAIN user on the family account. ONLY create ONE account per household. Please make your username the same as your name.
If you have multiple children to register, you will do so by adding "Participants" to your account.
You can add your spouse's email and contact information to the one account via the "Additional Parent" section of your account. We will be utilizing text and email for communication, so please select the text option when filling in your cell phone number so that you will receive text updates.
If you successfully registered your child, you will get a confirmation email.
There are two parts to registration.
1) Login to existing account or create an account/login under parent or guardian name
2) then you will have access to register a player.
Each person has the ability to update their account information.
User logs in, click on my account and they can update any information.
If they want to update the player, they have to click on edit participant info.
PABSC does change passwords. Please call Blue Sombrero for technical support with site access is needed.
8AM - 6PM EST, Monday - Friday
Please be sure to sign up for our TWITTER alerts
Text perrysburgpabsc to 40404
Part of registration fees:
Included for player to keep
Shared with team
~game and practice balls
Also included in fees
~field time for practice and games
Parents are responsible for the following:
~player's personal glove
~protective cup (if applicable)
*Team specific colors are responsibility of the individual coaches. It is recommend that you purchase any items after your coach is issued their team/colors.
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.