Registration starts today for Little Coders and Animation Maker!
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, I hope this message finds you well during these unprecedented and unsettling times. I will be honest: I am finding this third full week being home tough, and I think it has a lot to do with the reality of this significant change in routine that is setting in. … Continue Reading »
SCHOOL CLOSURE THROUGH APRIL 24th Dear Holy Rosary Families, As you have likely heard, the Governor has mandated that all public and private schools in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties close their doors through April 24th to slow the spread of COVID-19. I will be actively working with staff and we will be planning … Continue Reading »
We are excited to announce an offering of 4 fun and educational summer camps. Two camps are for entering Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten students and one camp for students entering 1st-4th grade and one camp for entering 5th-8th graders. Camp registration is limited, open to current 2019/20 school families, with incoming or current Holy Rosary students … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, We’re in our second week of remote learning and I do hope things are settling, as best they can during these ever-changing and uncertain times. We’re continuing to learn each day about how to refine and improve our remote learning experiences and are so grateful for your partnership right … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, My message this week is a video message- you can also view it at this link. In Christ, Anna PASTOR’S MESSAGE Today at 1PM PST, Pope Francis is inviting all of us to join with him in praying the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary. In these difficult and challenging … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, I know these days are challenging and uncertain and we will do our best to keep you informed as things change. On Monday, we will begin online and at-home learning options for kids. This will look different for different grade levels. Look for specific directions to come out from staff … Continue Reading »