Innovative lessons such as the Pi-Line skyline to celebrate national Pi Day, the 5th grade competition to list as many digits in Pi, 2nd grade weather erosion experiments, 1st grade Polar Bear gummy experiment and 3rd grade’s “Step into History” reports. as well as the upper grades Virtual Mock Trial competition, are among the many exciting things happening these days. Service projects continue with great enthusiasm. Raising money for needy children in Haiti, Autism Awareness and Breast Cancer research are among the many causes St. Rose School supports. Our students are building bonds with senior citizens in town and our Kindergarten class does a monthly outreach to the police department. Teachers continue to inspire students to reach their God given potential through innovative lessons and projects. Students continue to excel in all areas. 8th grader John Paul Dyer received the St. Thomas Aquinas Award for academic excellence and faith through service; 5th grader Luke Budzynski won the Regional Knights of Columbus Spelling Bee and is advancing to the State level. The St. Rose School Chess Club is participating in State finals. We are a blessed community.