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September 19, 2013
Upcoming Dates:
  • Sept. 20 - NO SCHOOL
  • Sept. 23 - 2nd Grade Parent Mtg
  • Sept. 25 - 2 Hour Delay
  • Sept. 26 - Donuts for Dad (M-Z)
  • Sept. 26 - Kdg Potluck & Parent Mtg.
  • Sept. 27 - Mass 

Fall Picture Schedule

Tuesday, October 1
P-3 AM
P-3 PM
P4-4 PM
Grs. 1,3,4,5

Wednesday, October 2
P4-3 AM
P4-5 AM
Readiness Kdg.
Extended Half-Day Kdg.
Grs. 2,6,7,8

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Saint Rose School
217 E. Front
Perrysburg, OH  43551


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Scheduled 2 Hour Delay & Morning Care

 Next Wednesday, September 25th is a scheduled 2 hour day.  In an effort to help serve our families, we are offering morning care for SCHEDULED 2 hour delays beginning at 7:30am

(Please note that morning care will not be available
until 9:30 am for INCLEMENT WEATHER).
Please click on the link below and fill out the survey if you will be using morning care next Wednesday. 
We will use this information to determine appropriate staffing.

Thank you!

The morning care fee schedule is as follows for each child:

Saint Rose Parent's Association Invites You to

Thursday September 26 (M-Z)
8:15-8:45 AM
Click Here to RSVP!

Are you able to help? 
Looking for volunteers to assist! 
Click Here if you can donate your time! 




**It is time to print and submit your Kroger Community Rewards Donation amount**

*Print and submit your Community Rewards donation by October 4th*


In order to continue receiving Kroger Community Rewards donations toward your SCRIP earnings (assuming you have registered your Kroger Plus Card and designated St. Rose), you must print and provide SCRIP with your quarterly Kroger Community Rewards donation amount by October 4, 2013.


To print your Community Rewards donation amount, follow these quick instructions:

  • Visit and log on with your user name and password
  • Click on "My Account"
  • Click on "Account Settings" (your Community Rewards donation will show in the bottom right box)
  • Print the page and submit it the school office in an envelope marked "SCRIP"

If you have any friends or family members earning Kroger Community Rewards on your behalf, you will need to have your friends and family members print and submit their Kroger Community Rewards as well.


The only way SCRIP is able to assign Kroger Community Rewards to your SCRIP earnings (in accordance with the Kroger Community Rewards & SCRIP Program) is by you, your family, and/or your friends printing and submitting your respective Kroger Community Rewards to SCRIP by the deadline indicated above.


If you have any questions regarding Kroger Community Rewards, please click on this link: 



or email Valerie Wilhelms at





Burger Bar $25 gift cards earning 11%  &  Bar 145 $25 gift cards earning 8%

Cinema Century Theater Tickets $10 earning 10%



Willing to back-up our team of parent volunteers entering or distributing orders? This is a rewarding opportunity knowing you are helping others stretch their dollars to provide their children a Catholic education. Go, Pirates!!

Interested? Contact Valerie Wilhelms@

Dear Parent,

Welcome!  On behalf of St. Rose T.H.O.L., I would like to share some exciting news about an important fundraiser, Market Day.

Since 1975, Market Day has been helping organizations like ours raise funds for important educational resources.

Every purchase you make will earn 10-20% profit for our school, and every product is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee - so you can trust the quality and value of Market Day's grocery items.

During these challenging times, we understand that providing monetary support can be difficult.  However, with Market Day you can help raise funds for our school while buying food that your family needs every day.  Market Day requires no door-to-door selling and supports our school every month.  This means you can participate any time during the school year.

It's easy to participate.  Simply order online at or return the Order Guide to Dianne Harbauer via the school office.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call me, Dianne Harbauer at 419-873-8039 or via email at 


Dianne Harbauer
Market Day Chairperson
Digital Responsibility-  
National Speaker, Richard Guerry

On September 25th, Richard Guerry is coming to speak to our Middle School Students about responsible use of technology and digital media.  We are very happy to offer this to our students so that they understand the lifelong impact that social media can have in their lives.  We will be taking notes so that our parents can stay informed about the changes to social media and the roles that they may play in your child's future.

Richard Guerry is the founder of the non-profit organization the Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communication (IROC2). Throughout the 1990's, at the height of the technology revolution, Richard served as an interactive marketing executive. In his tenure, he encountered the darkest areas of the internet and discovered countless individuals unknowingly being manipulated and schemed, and their content being stolen and exploited. As a father of two young children, and an avid user of digital technology himself, he decided to make a change and start a new revolution centered on technology- Digital Consciousness.


In 2009, Richard left corporate America, and applied his vast experience and knowledge of internet safety to serve as the Executive Director of IROC2. He now travels across the country speaking to digital users, young and old, regarding the importance of practicing a Digital Consciousness in ever aspect of life to avoid any current - or future - digital disease.


Richard is the author of Public and Permanent: The Golden Rule of the 21st Century, and has been a featured speaker at many national conferences and conventions, including the National Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention, the Internationally Bullying Prevention Association, and the National Symposium on Child Abuse. He has also appeared as an expert on CNN and MTV's Thin Line Campaign, as well as in Parade Magazine and in local, regional, and international publications.



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.