Informatative NotificationWELCOME TO HOLY ROSARY SCHOOL! THE 6TH GRADE WILL LEAD MASS ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3 AT 8:20 A.M. ACHIEVEMENT TESTS WILL BEGIN ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. THE SOFTBALL TEAM WILL PLAY ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 AT SOUTH SHELBY (5PM), TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 AT HOME AGAINST MARK TWAIN (5PM), AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 AT HOME AGAINST PARIS (5PM). THE FOOTBALL TEAM WILL PLAY ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 AT NORTH SHELBY (6PM) AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2 AT HIGHLAND (6PM). "ARTS IN THE PARK" WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. SCHOOL PICTURES WILL BE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. RED RIBBON WEEK WILL BE HELD FROM OCTOBER 24 - OCTOBER 31. CONTACT US??? CALL US @ 573-735-2422, EMAIL US @ hrssw@socket.net, OR FAX US @ 573-735-3091. HAVE A BLESSED WEEK!
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School Mission Statement

 

  In accordance with the Bishops' Pastoral, "To Teach as Jesus Did," the mission of Holy Rosary School is to "Make one's faith become living, conscious and active through the light of instruction."  Realizing that God uniquely creates each student with special gifts and talents, Holy Rosary strives to provide an education for each individual to develop spiritually, intellectually, socially and physically to their greatest potential in order to serve the world as responsible Christians.    


Philosophy

 At Holy Rosary School we believe that each student has a fundamental right to a safe, comfortable, stimulating and caring environment where each student is treated with love and respect.  We believe in Christ's Gospel message of peace, love and fellowship and that it is to be evident in daily activities and relationships with others.  We believe that every child entrusted to us is a gift from God.  While parents are considered to be the primary educators of children, it is our duty and responsibility as Christians to assist the parents in the development of each child's faith.  We believe that each student is to be appreciated as being a special individual.  As such, we believe that a plurality of approaches to classroom instruction and a variety of enrichment programs are necessary in order to meet each child's specific educational and spiritual needs.