Holy Rosary students are reminded they can wear their HRS parade shirt or green shirts, without logos, with gym pants for St. Patrick’s Day, Monday, March 17.
The Little Flowers Girls Club of Holy Rosary School and their moderators, Chris Mazaleski and Theresa Koviak, will once again celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by offering smiling “Irish eyes” to those in need. They made centerpieces for the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner hosted by the Friends of the Poor at the St. Mary’s Center in Scranton. The Little Flowers will deliver, set up the centerpieces, and help serve dinner. Thanks to their moderators for taking the time to teach a valuable lesson in ministering to others.
Family Fun Night will be from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18, at Burger King in Old Forge.
Holy Rosary School will have an early dismissal this Wednesday, March 19. Dismissal will be at 11 a.m. and bus service will be provided.
Stations of the Cross will be held at 8:15 a.m. on Friday, March 21 at Holy Rosary Church. All are welcome and invited to join us.
Congratulations to all who participated in Spring Forensics which was held at Holy Redeemer High on Thursday, March 6. Varsity members Alexis Bressman, Harleigh Davis, and Sam Marranca were Honorable Mentions and Jordan Cicon, Kalley Kovaleski, and Sarah Liskowicz earned third place. In the junior varsity, congratulations to Belle Vermac and Jessica Bressman for their fourth place finish. Jordan, Kalley, and Sarah as well as Belle and Jessica, will be moving on to compete in the upcoming Diocesan Forensics Competition.
Thanks to Mrs. Marie Donnelly for speaking to the Parent’s Group last week. Her time and effort in presenting such informative and important information on Analyzing Advertisements to Promote Self-Esteem in Adolescents is appreciated.
Holy Rosary will have a Bunny Brunch on Sunday, April 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The event is ppen to families with children in pre-school through fourth grades.
Attention Local Business Owners: Help put your state tax dollars to use in the Diocesan Catholic Schools. PA businesses can receive a 75 percent tax credit for a one-year commitment, a 90 percent tax credit for a two-year commitment at the K-12 level, and a 100 percent tax credit at the Pre-K level. Information and applications can be found on the DCED website: www.newpa.com/EITC or www.newpa.com/OSTC.
The Father Daughter Dance will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 25, at Holy Rosary School Gymnasium. Invitations were sent home last week. Light refreshments will be served and music and entertainment provided by Tech Shop DJs. A Photo Affair Photography will be available for an optional, reasonably-priced keepsake photograph. Cost is $10 per person, which includes admission and refreshments.
Vouchers will be sold in Holy Rosary Church Hall each Thursday from 8 to 10 a.m. School families may send in their orders on Wednesday to be filled and sent home with the oldest child on Thursday.
Campbell’s Soup labels and Box Tops for Education are being collected at Holy Rosary School. These programs enable us to provide educational resources that may be unaffordable through our regular budget. They offer exciting merchandise like computers, software, sports equipment, reference materials, science and art items, even musical instruments. Please continue your support of these programs by sending in your labels to the school office or by placing them in the church vestibule. If you have any questions, please contact the school’s office. Also, please check labels for expiration dates. They can be sent in immediately and processed before they expire; there is no need to wait until you accumulate a quantity.