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Registration Update 2024-25
Current Families: Prior to our open registration, all current students in grades PK3-7th grade will be given the opportunity to re-enroll for the 2024-25 school year when we return from Christmas vacation. Families will receive one email link PER SRL STUDENT in January. Since we have such a high demand of propsective families who want to be a part of our awesome community, there will be quick and firm deadlines for our registration process. We don't want anyone to miss out so stay tuned! Prospective Families: If you or someone you know has a NEW student that they would like to enroll in St. Rose for the 2024-25 school year, we will begin the application process in February. Please encourage your friends and family to continue checking our school's website for the most current registration news. We will be sure to send out more information after we return from Christmas vacation.Posted: 12-01-2023
The Advent Season, the 4 weeks prior to the celebration of Christmas, begins this Sunday, December 3rd. Advent means “coming” and during the season, Christians prepare for Jesus’ coming. Families traditionally use an Advent wreath or calendar to guide them through this period of preparation for the coming of Jesus. The Advent Calendar is a beautiful tradition that dates back to the 1850’s. The calendar provides a collection of daily activities families can share as they prepare for the birth of our Savior on December 25th. The Advent Wreath can be store-bought or homemade. Involve your children in making a wreath. Use a Styrofoam circle and add greenery. Place four candles, three purple and one pink. The candles on the Advent wreath symbolize, hope, love, joy and peace. Light a candle each night of the week and pray together as a family. Each week light an additional candle until all four candles are lit on the fourth week. May your participation in the activities help to enrich your family's spiritual life and faith development.Posted: 11-27-2023
Uniform Policy for Cold Weather
On cold days, students must wear regulation school sweatshirts, bottoms, sweaters, or jackets. Girls may wear solid navy blue, black or white leggings with their uniform skort/jumper. Boys and girls may wear a solid white "Under Armor" style long sleeve shirt under their uniform shirt. Boys and girls may wear solid navy blue sweatpants with their PE uniforms. Inappropriate items will be confiscated. On extreme cold days (below 60), students may wear non-school related heavy winter jackets (not sweaters), gloves, and winter caps when arriving at school and for outdoor activities; such items may not be worn in place of a school sweater but worn on top of an SRL sweater. Jackets and extra gear may not include large or inappropriate graphics and may only be worn outdoors. If a jacket is hooded, the hood must remain off at all times. It is the responsibility of the parent to ensure that their child is dressed appropriately for school, considering the weather conditions. Disciplinary action may be taken if uniform regulations are not followed. Students may also be prohibited from attending school or playing outside if not dressed properly.Posted: 11-27-2023
Santa's Gift Shop is Back!
Mark your calendars-Christmas is coming early to St. Rose!! Santa's Gift Shop is heading back to SRL December 4-8 and we don't want anyone to miss out! This event is for our students to purchase gifts for their friends and families during the school day! It is a great way for them to express gratitude and learn about "shopping" in a safe, caring environment. Information on what is being sold as well as how to make purchases will be coming home soon-so be on the look-out! We will also be sharing a volunteer sign-up because Santa's elves cannot do it alone! We ho-ho-hope that everyone is ready for Santa-because we sure are!Posted: 11-27-2023