Weekly Mailing
March 7, 2019


Upcoming Events
  • March 8:
    Queen of Apostles Service Trip

    Stations of the Cross, Kdg & 1  2pm

    LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR CYO SPRING SOCCER
  • March 11: KR/Kdg Preview Day

    Preschool 4 - NO SCHOOL
  • March 13:
    Mass 9:15am
  • 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: Alternate Dress
  • March 18-22: 6th Grade Camp
  • March 21:
    7th Grade Retreat
  • March 19:
    Mass 9:15 am
  • March 25-29:
    NO SCHOOL
    Spring Break



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

419-874-5631



Dear Saint Rose Families,

Fr. David Kidd greeted many of us this morning with a "Happy 2nd Day of Lent!"  While we spend a lot of time preparing for Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday and Easter, it is the days in between when we are challenged to live our Lenten promise.  Yesterday, when Fr. Kidd asked our students how many played Fortnite, many hands went up.  He then asked if Fortnite would lead us to become saints. There was a resounding 'no' from the students.  He then challenged the students to give up Fortnite, social media, tv, or something else during Lent in order that they might have more time to dedicate to their faith.  It was a good reminder that we don't just give something up at Lent, but that we should look to do more within our faith and relationship with God. 

I hope that you have a great Lent!

Sincerely, 
Bryon Borgelt

Fr. Kidd's Visit to 6th Grade: Lent Q & A














Reminder:
4 Year Old Preschool
 
DOES NOT have school on March 11 

due to  KR/Kindergarten Preview Day.

Lost & Found


We have a huge amount of lost and found on display in the preschool hall. 

Please stop in and take a look!

Any unclaimed items will be donated.

Thank you


LENT COLLECTION:   SHOES, SOCKS, MONEY 

As we enter Lent, one of the practices that we emphasize is Almsgiving.  We recall Jesus' words to his disciples at the Last Supper.  "After Jesus had washed their feet, He said to them:  'Do you understand what I just did for you?  If I washed your feet, then you must wash each other's feet.  As I have done, so you must do.' "

Saint Louis is located in East Toledo and provides low-income and homeless people with daily meals, clothing, and household goods.   Saint Louis Helping Hands is sponsored by the Diocese of Toledo Office of Catholic Charities.

For five years Saint Louis has hosted a Back to School Event in August for children to receive new socks and shoes.  During the event, volunteers wash the feet of the children, dry them, and fit them with new socks and shoes.   

Saint Rose School will be collecting new shoes, new socks, and money to help provide for this event.   The new shoes do not have to be top-of-the-line brand name shoes.  Please see the adjacent photo.  The organizer of the event sent the photo to show that Walmart often has shoes reasonably priced, and they would be appreciated.  

Perhaps your child could do extra chores around the house to help "earn" some of the money that would be used to purchase new shoes or new socks.  Shoes and socks are needed for children ages 3 through grade 8 -- a vast array of sizes.   Cash donations at school will be used to purchase new shoes.



Thank you for your generosity.


Congratulations to Saint Rose fifth grader, Jack Schoen! 

Jack will be participating in the state-level competition of the National Geography Bee on March 29
th.  After winning the Saint Rose School competition in January, Jack took a qualifying exam for entry into the state competition.  He is one of 100 students selected from across Ohio to compete in the state level of the Geography Bee.  

Way to go, Jack!  


St. Patrick's Day Alternate Dress

Due to St. Patrick's Day falling on a Sunday, students will enjoy an 
Alternate Dress on Monday, March 18.

3rd Grade Culture Day

3rd Graders recently held their annual Culture Day. Visitors had an opportunity to learn about the various cultures that make up our 3rd grade, along with enjoying some tasty food samples.

Job Well Done 3rd Grade!



Kroger Community Rewards    -  Time to print your Rewards Balance

It is time to print your Kroger Community Rewards balance.  Please send the print-out to the Saint Rose School office to the attention of Alison Ray-Kobler.  Alternatively, you can send a print-out of your earnings to Alison at aliqwreigh@gmail.com To ensure that we have the most up to date information on file, please also write the name of the St. Rose child/family who should receive the credit for your earnings (if applicable).  The only way we are able to assign the Kroger Community Rewards to a specific student account is by having the participants print and submit their Kroger Community Rewards donation amount. 

Please note:  Kroger recently upgraded their Community Rewards system, and as a result, St. Rose has a new account number - (CN971).  Don't worry - the previous number will continue to be associated with St. Rose, but it will not be visible to new members when enrolling.  For those existing members, your account may already reflect the new number - CN971.  If you have questions, you can reach out to Alison at the email address above.

 





CYO Girls Basketball

The 8th grade girls basketball season wrapped up last week with Saint Rose hosting the final for the Diocesan Tournament. The final was All Saints winning over Christ the King 44-26. Katie Hoyt, Saint Rose 8th Grader, was blessed to play this year with All Saints after Mrs. Sandvik worked with the Diocese and both parishes to allow her to play basketball again. Coach Hunt and Ellis along with the girls made it a wonderful season! 
Although the team came in 2nd against Christ the King in the Super tournament a few weeks ago, last weekend was a big win. 

Congratulations Katie and teammates!



Patriotism Essay Winners

Congratulations again 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 last week. Essays are in this week's Perrysburg Messenger Journal.   CLICK HERE and scroll to page 9 to read. 

Job Well Done Katie!




Join in the annual spring cleanup of the City
Gloves, tools, safety vests, trash bags, and water
are provided for volunteers
 
Cleanup activities are 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon
 
Saturday, April 6..........meet at Riverside and Hood Parks at Louisiana Docks in Hood Park
Saturday, April 13........meet at Rivercrest and Rotary Community Park south parking lot
Saturday, April 20........meet at Municipal Park parking lot off Locust Street
Saturday, April 27........meet at Eisenhower Park by Mr. Freeze   
Saturday, May 4...........meet at Woodlands Park by shelter house
Saturday, May 11.........meet at Orleans Park in big parking lot
Saturday, May 18.........meet at Davis Overlook on West River Road in lower parking lot
 
  
Contact Judy Hagen for details and to sign up at  jhagen@ci.perrysburg.oh.us

Spring Musical
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 ( schmidt@saintroseonline.org) 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 THIS FORM
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  mtishows.com

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!

Online orders only HERE - Saint Rose Yearbook Code: 4259119

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  SACvia email at  saintrosesac@gmail.com or to the school office by  Friday, March 15th.

SAC Application:   Word Doc    PDF



If you have any questions, please reach out to one of us. We'd be happy to tell you more about it.

Thank you!
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  Social   Media   Policy  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.

Parish News

Did you miss the March Parish Newsletter? A few highlights are below. For more info and to access links CLICK HERE to view entire newsletter!


Tutoring Opportunities

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 CLICK HERE to reserve a time


 
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.