Weekly Mailing
January 10, 2019


Upcoming Events
  • January 8-18: Grades 1-8 Priority Reg for School Families
  • January 13: Class Mass - Grade 1
  • January 16: Mass 9:15am
  • January 21:
    NO SCHOOL
  • January 22-25: Grades 1-8 Priority Reg for Parish Families
  • January 23: Mass 9:15am
  • January 25:
    Saint Rose Family Dance
    6:30-7:45pm
  • January 27:
    Open House
    1-3pm

    Grades 1-8 Registration opens to public
  • January 28 - February 1: Catholic Schools Week
  • January 28: Mass 9:15am
  • January 31: Middle School Ski Trip
  • February 1: Staff vs. 8th Grade Volleyball Game 2:30pm



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Contact Us!
Saint Rose School
217 E. Front
Perrysburg, OH  43551

419-874-5631



Dear Saint Rose Families,

Happy New Year!  I hope that you and your family had a wonderful Christmas and break.  Welcome back to school and to the second semester.  Grade cards will be coming out next week. 
This weekend we have an opportunity to celebrate our charism of compassionate community by attending or supporting the spaghetti dinner that the Knights of Columbus have graciously provided in support of Ms. Weiner.  Please consider supporting the event by either donating to the desserts, making a contribution or attending. Thank you for your generosity. 

Sincerely, 
Bryon Borgelt

Language Arts & Math Testing
Please read about our student success on standardized testing as well as see results from Fall testing below.                   

A Note from the Cafeteria...

Parents: PLEASE check your child's lunch account as soon as possible. We have many students with low or negative balances. 

Follow the link below to access your account, check balance and add funds. You can also set up notifications of low balance reminders. 

Thank you for your prompt attention!

PAYSCHOOL CENTRAL

ATTENTION CHILDREN'S CHOIR MEMBERS:

There will be NO PRACTICE next week, January 17.

Thank you

Saint Rose Class Mass - 1st Grade - January 13, 2019

Come join other families with students in Grade 1 at 9am Mass on January 13, 2019.  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).  

Please CLICK HERE to RSVP for the Mass and reception.  Seating will be reserved in the front pews on the Saint Joseph side of church.

Get Your Spirit Wear!
Last day to order Saint Rose Spirit Wear is TOMORROW!!

Order now and pick up during Open House
Sunday, January 27 from 1-3pm


Be sure to visit Way Public Library and see artwork from our talented Preschoolers!




 
THIS SUNDAY!

The Knights of Columbus of Perrysburg Council 7978 is hosting a spaghetti dinner to help offset large medical expenses for
Ms. Weiner - art teacher at St. Rose School

Date: JANUARY 13, 2019
LOCATION: GRAYSTONE HALL
29101 Hufford Road
Perrysburg, OH
TIME: 4:30 - 7:00pm

MENU:
SPAGHETTI
CHOICE OF MEATBALL SAUCE OR NON-MEAT SAUCE
SALAD
BREAD
DESSERT
COFFEE, TEA, SOFT DRINKS & MILK

COST
$10 FOR ADULTS AND $5 FOR CHILDREN 12-5 & CHILDREN UNDER 5 ARE FREE
MAXIMUM COST PER FAMILY IS $30

BEER & WINE WILL BE AVAILABLE AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
 
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE TO HELP OUR WONDERFUL ART TEACHER!

Spanish Classes Create  PiƱatas




2019 Middle School Ski/Snow Board Trip

Payment is due Friday, January 11

Annual Ski/Snow Board Trip Trip - January 31
The annual Saint Rose middle school ski trip is back. The purpose of the trip is to provide our students with the opportunity to try something new, have some fun and bond as middle school students. We will also connect the trip to our science curriculum.
 
Students will travel by Blue Lakes Bus for this one day trip. We depart from Saint Rose School at 8:00 am and return around 7pm. Students need to arrive and be on the bus by 7:45 am. We will head to Mad River Mountain. This is a perfect trip for beginners and more advanced skiers. Lessons are offered free of charge and the staff does a nice job of making sure the kids are ready for the mountain.  All students will be provided a lift ticket, rental, lesson, helmet and lunch. Parents may want to send extra money for snacks during the day as well as a quick stop at a fast food spot on the way back to school. Space is limited to 100 students.

 
Saint Rose understands that skiing is not an interest that all of students share. Students that do not attend the trip will participate in fun activities at school.
 
Cost= $70

Attention Girls Grades 3-8

Mark Your Calendars! 
Girls On The Run sign up is coming soon! 

Sign up begins February 4 

More information to come
in the next couple weeks!


 






Discover summer opportunities on campus with BGSU Summer Academic and Youth Programs.

Discover summer opportunities on campus with BGSU Summer Academic and Youth Programs. There are many opportunities throughout the summer, including day/commuter camps, overnight camps as well as class credit opportunities. 

Summer Academic Camps provide opportunities for students to experience the Bowling Green State University campus while expanding their knowledge, building life skills and exploring their interests.
 

To our guests with disabilities, please indicate if you need special services, assistance or appropriate modifications to fully participate in this event by contacting Accessibility Services, access@bgsu.edu, 419-372-8495. Please notify us prior to the event.


We are excited to announce the 8th season of Kids" tech University at BGSU
Kids' Tech University is designed to spark children's interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics by introducing them to scientists who work in those fields, and providing hands-on activities that let kids explore scientific concepts.
 
The morning sessions feature a talk and extended question period with the invited speaker. Afternoon sessions will include a series of hands-on activities relevant to the session topic that the children can participate in with their parents.  Topics covered in this year's program will include the importance of human factors in the design of new technologies, the science behind our sense of taste, climate records in the earth's crust, and plant interactions with insects.  
 
Speakers and topics for the 2019 program:

Feb. 9, 2019 - Dr. Jennie J. Gallimore, Professor and Dean, College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering, Bowling Green State University.
"Can you ride your bike and Snapchat at the same time?"
 
Feb. 16, 2019 - Dr. Mary-Jon Ludy, Associate Professor, Food and Nutrition, Bowling Green State University.  "Flavor is More Than Taste: Adventures in Chemosensory Science"
 
March 2, 2019 - Dr. Jeff Snyder, Associate Professor and Director, School of Earth, Environment, and Society, Bowling Green State University  "Lakes as recorders of Earth's past climate"
 
March 30, 2019 - Dr. Jack C. Schultz, Executive Director of Research Development, University of Toledo, and adjunct research professor in Environmental Sciences, University of Toledo.  "Plants are just very slow animals"
 


The KTU program is designed for children 9-12 years old as of Sept. 30, 2019. There is an $100 registration fee to participate. However, scholarships are also available.  
 
Register online at  http://kidstechuniversity-bgsu.vbi.vt.edu/. Search for "Kids" Tech University @BGSU".
 
Kids' Tech University at BGSU is directed by Dr. Paul Morris, a BGSU professor in Biological Sciences. Please contact Dr. Morris pmorris@bgsu.edu for more information.

Perrysburg Baseball & Softball Commission

 
2019 House Registration

House Registration for 2019 Baseball and Softball Season is Open NOW throughMarch 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.

[Click HERE  to being registration]( http://sports.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=891167

Other information
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 ESTMonday - Friday  1-866-258-3303

Please be sure to sign up for our TWITTER alerts
Text perrysburgpabsc to 40404


Part of registration fees:
Included for player to keep
~baseball hat
~jersey 

Shared with team
~batting helmet 
~catchers gear
~game and practice balls

Also included in fees
~field time for practice and games
~umpires fees
~Tournament awards


Parents are responsible for the following:
~player's personal glove 
~baseball/softball pants
~socks
~bat 
~cleats 
~protective cup (if applicable)  

Optional
~slider shorts
~baseball bag
~belt


*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.


Letters From Haiti

Last year, our students wrote to students at Saint Rose School, our sister school in Haiti. Recently, those students returned the gesture and wrote back sharing their thanks and prayers for our students and school. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing these letters. Please take a minute to read. 

   Letter #25   Letter #26   Letter #27

Saint Rose School theme for the year:

Love Life!

Employment Opportunity

Full-Time Maintenance Position
Saint Rose Catholic Parish, Perrysburg

Saint Rose is looking for a full-time maintenance worker, Monday - Friday from 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm.  Candidate must have experience in a variety of handyman skills including operating lawn and floor finish equipment, painting and the ability to set up Audio/Visual equipment.  Candidate must be a self-starter with the ability to solve problems and communicate effectively.  Must have at least a high school diploma or general equivalency degree and must successfully pass the BCI/FBI fingerprinting background checks prior to employment. Please send your resume, and three references to Rob Hohler at  hohler@saintroseonline.org.




 
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.