Welcome to Holy Rosary Catholic School

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Congratulations to Kyler West for being selected as one of the winners of the Solid Waste District’s poster contest! His poster will be reproduced as a billboard to be displayed in Evansville, plus Holy Rosary will be awarded $200 for the purchase of art supplies. Nice work, Kyler!

A Message from Our Principal…

Dear Parents, Students and Staff,

Tomorrow for Good Friday, we will begin our day with the Stations of the Cross in church at 8:10am. We will conclude the school day with a special Good Friday service and Veneration of the Cross beginning at 1:30pm in church. Throughout the day we will make an extra effort to be quiet and reverent in honor of this most holy day. You are welcome to join us tomorrow for these services.

Yesterday we distributed our extended school days information by email and by hard copy sent home with students. If you have not already reviewed the information, please be sure to do so as soon as possible. If you did not receive the information, please let us know and we will send another copy. Our extended days plan begins this coming week on Monday, April 6th.

Because of the extension of the third quarter, report cards are going home on Friday, April 3. In addition, if we have not yet received a pre-registration form from your family to indicate if you will be enrolling at Holy Rosary next year, a form will be included with your child’s report card. Be sure to check backpacks this weekend!

Congratulations to 7th grader, Max Bishop, who competed in the Indiana State Geography Bee on Friday, March 27th in Indianapolis! Max made it to the top 25 in the state! Wow! Way to go, Max! What an accomplishment!

Please know of our continued prayers for our Holy Rosary Family of Families. May you all feel the wonderful blessings Christ brings as we celebrate His rising on Easter Sunday and every day!

God bless our Holy Rosary
Family of Families!

For all His children,

Joan Fredrich ☺

Box Top Contest– April 6-17

Start sending in those box tops and labels!  Beginning Monday, April 6th, send your child to school with their box tops and labels. There will be a bucket outside of the school office. If the whole school collectively fills the bucket, they will earn an extra FREE DRESS day! The contest runs April 6-17.

Our Mission Statement

In a nurturing environment and through the cooperative effort of families, teachers, and parish community, all children at Holy Rosary Catholic School will develop a sound foundation of Catholic faith along with an excellent base of knowledge that prepares them to be lifelong learners.

Holy Rosary Earned an “A!”

Holy Rosary Catholic School earned an “A” rating from the Indiana Department of Education! Congratulations to our students, staff and families! Holy Rosary Catholic School, the parish school of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, is a faith and tradition based elementary school providing education for Kindergarten through 8th grade (K-8).  We enthusiastically welcome children of all faiths.  Holy Rosary Catholic School provides a comfortable, stable and safe learning environment for all our students.Holy Rosary Catholic School is accredited by the State of Indiana Department of Education, with a First Class Commission and is a member of the NatA ratingional Catholic Education Association and the Indiana Non-Public Education Association.Our mission is to provide a nurturing environment and through the cooperative effort of families, teachers and the parish community, all children at Holy Rosary Catholic School will develop a sound foundation of Catholic faith, along with an excellent base of knowledge that prepares them to be lifelong learners.

Weather Related Conditions and Emergencies

When the school day is canceled by the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation Holy Rosary’s school day will also be canceled.  When there is a change in the weather while classes are in session and the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation closes school early, Holy Rosary will also close school at the time the Evansville-Vanderburgh Schools are closing.  When the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation announces a delay, the school day at Holy Rosary will also be delayed.  After School Care will not operate if school closes before the end of the normal school day.  There will be no after-school activities at school if school is canceled.  The radio and television stations will broadcast school closings and delays.