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When I think of Holy Rosary...

May 18, 2021
By 2020-2021 8th Grade Students

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember all the great friends I have made. I have made friends that will last a lifetime. These friends have stuck by my side through thick and thin and will continue to do so. I am very thankful for Holy Rosary providing an experience that helped me make such great friends. ~ Emma Maye Leonard

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember all the fun sports I played and the good times I had playing them. I also remember co-writing some of “Frank the Frog and Friends” with Joe and James in 5th grade. ~ Colin Kozlowski

There are many reasons why Holy Rosary is awesome! I love going here because I have many friends that I have made over my many years here. My school’s environment is very welcoming and friendly. I received an excellent education here. I have learned so many new things thanks to my teachers. Our teachers always care about our learning experience and find fun ways to teach. I am so sad that I have to leave next year. I will miss every part of Holy Rosary! ~ Maggie Old

Holy Rosary is a great school for many reasons. One is the sports. I will always remember the sports that I played. Another reason is friends. Friends are very important for school. One last reason is the teachers. The teachers have taught me school and life lessons. ~ Jackson Noah

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember how much I yelled at my volleyball games and the memories I made with my class. ~ Janney Perez

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember the 8th grade boys absolutely demolishing every track record at this school. I also think of my friends and all the times we got in trouble or started to die laughing. I also will remember the sports that my friends and I have played. ~ Ben Rouse

There are many things that I love about Holy Rosary School. One is my friends. I met them here and can talk to them every day at school. I also love the family aspect of our school. Everyone knows each other. I have been at Holy Rosary for the past nine years. I would have never had these great teachers if I didn’t go here. This school has made me who I am, and I am so grateful. Holy Rosary is a great school that makes a positive impact on everyone’s lives. ~ Virginia Towne

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember all the friends that I have made. ~ Brandon Walker

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember my best friends. Almost everyday I think of the great memories we have made together throughout the years. I also think of my accomplishments such as good grades, and winning the soccer and volleyball championships with my teammates. ~ Natalie Catafygiotu

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember the first time I went to church at this Parish. ~ Massimo Valentino

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember truly connecting with my friends in 8th grade. In 7th grade the guys and girls never really talked but in 8th grade everyone became like family to me. I would be so excited to come to school the next day because there was never a dull day in class. Whether it was arguing about mermaids with Jaimes or talking about mistakes we made in 7th grade, I will never forget it! ~ Kale Burleson

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember going to Mass every week with my younger buddies and my older ones from a long time ago. I will also remember the great education I got and how grateful I am for it. I will remember the classes and all the students and friends that stayed or left. ~ Joshua Burns

I really enjoy how nice the students and teachers are to everyone. The people here are very sweet, serious about Catholicism, and love to make new friends. I enjoy having religion and going to Mass. I am so sad leaving this wonderful religious school. It’s like home and I will be sad to leave. ~ Chloe Russell

I wanted to say how grateful I am for coming to Holy Rosary Catholic School. I have met so many new people and made many friends. I also played many sports such as basketball, kickball, cross-country and volleyball. The teachers are always here to help with something whenever you are stuck or have a question. You will never feel left out because the people here are all friendly and kind. I really do enjoy Holy Rosary. It is a great school! ~ Oscar Cambron

Holy Rosary means so much to me because I was able to learn in a cool new way in The Learning Center. Holy Rosary is such a cool place because of the amazing staff. Holy Rosary is a fun place to make new friends. With my dyslexia, I found Holy Rosary as a way for me learn at my pace of learning. ~ Charis Carroll

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember the family I have made, the education I have received, and the events I have participated in. ~ Leander Castro

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember the amazing friends I have made! I love every friendship I’ve created that I will keep for life! I will also remember how my mom was my 5th grade teacher. That will always be a special memory. ~ Annabelle Lawler

There are many reasons I like Holy Rosary. One of the reasons I like it is because of my friends. Holy Rosary has given me a great education the past 5 years I’ve been here. I like a lot of my classes. I like reading our novels every year. I like hanging out with my friends at lunch and break. I’m sad to be leaving Holy Rosary, but so excited to be going to high school. ~ Whitman Keith

Holy Rosary has taught be many valuable lessons that I can apply to real-life all over the world. I have met people who have changed my life, and have changed my perspective on this world. The education here is strict but beneficial. My time has come where I have to leave this place, but I’m taking important experiences with me. ~ Ava Ryan

There are many reasons why I enjoy and will miss Holy Rosary. One reason I like Holy Rosary is because of the amazing friends I have made over the years. I have known them for a long time. Another reason is that I like all the different teachers and classes that I attend. I enjoy graphing in math and reading class novels. I also enjoy specials and lunch. All the teachers that I have had at Holy Rosary have done their best to prepare me for high school. Holy Rosary has given me many great memories. ~ Andrew Sefers

I have many reasons as to why I like attending Holy Rosary. All of my teachers have prepared me for high school. The teachers are fantastic and always make learning in class fun. Our classes are strict and take a lot of studying, but I am proud of how much I have learned and excelled. Talking to teachers about personal issues, grades, sports, etc. is super easy, and they always make me feel comfortable. Playing sports for Holy Rosary has completely changed my life. Playing volleyball for my school has given me multiple opportunities, allowed me to make a club team, and win championships my 7th grade year. Something I look forward to every single day is walking down the hall and receiving a “good morning” from all the teachers. Holy Rosary is by far the best part of my day from when I wake up to when I go to sleep. I could not have asked for a better middle school experience. ~ Jaimes Harvey

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember my friends and teachers. I will remember all the good and bad times with my friends and all the things my teachers have taught me. ~ Alex Kano

Holy Rosary is a very good school. The education is amazing. There are fun events, like the fish fry and the crawfish boil. The students and teachers are unique. I get to hang out and interact with my friends at school. When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember all the comics I write in 5th grade. I will be sad when I am gone from Holy Rosary. ~ James Jacobs

I love going to Holy Rosary. I have not been at Holy Rosary long but already feel the loving community. I have many great memories of Holy Rosary. Holy Rosary is the place to be. ~ Jack Manning

I will remember Holy Rosary for the kind students and teachers. ~ Elaine Gwatney

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember the sports I’ve played and the friends I’ve made. ~ Drew Benton

I like Holy Rosary for many reasons. One of these reasons is because of my friends. I have been at Holy Rosary since 1st grade, so I’ve known some of my friends for eight years. All the teachers I’ve had throughout the years, and the ones that have helped me with my work, I have grown very fond of. Another thing I like about Holy Rosary is all the different fun events; plays, race day, field day, cross-country meets, basketball games, and pep rallies. I will really miss Holy Rosary when I leave. ~ Ali Parish

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember growing up my entire life here. I will remember all my classmates I have known since I was four years old. I will remember the kindness and hospitality that I’ve been shown. ~ Abby Locks

Holy Rosary is a very special place for me for one big reason. When I went to another elementary school, in 1st grade, I was diagnosed with ADHD. After that, I was treated differently there. Fewer people talked to me and teachers stopped slowing down for me to catch up. I was looking for schools after my birthday, and my dad brought me to Holy Rosary to visit a 1st grade class. Then the Tuesday after Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I began attending school here. That’s why Holy Rosary means so much to me. ~ Chandler Henderson

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember my friends that I’ve made here. I have so many fond memories that I have shared with them throughout my years here. ~ Annesley Gardino

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember my friends and the fun things we did. ~ Quinton Gattuso

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember how fun my 8th grade track season was. My friends and I put in hard work, and our determination led us to having a successful and exciting season. ~ Joe Edwards

When I think about Holy Rosary, I will remember my best friends, Italian Fest, 5th grade, and the middle school plays. ~ Bonnie Bryan

When I think of Holy Rosary, I will remember the friends I have made and all the good times we have had. ~ Will Fletschinger

I like Holy Rosary for many reasons. One reason I like Holy Rosary is because of the people here. Everyone here is willing to help you no matter what. I am so grateful that I got to go to a school that offers options for everyone, whether you understand the material or not, or even if you have a disability, you can come here, and everyone is willing to help you with anything you might need. ~ Andrew Greer

Holy Rosary has been the best for me. I met many of my friends here. The whole school is very welcoming. The school is very faithful to the Catholic religion. It helped me build my relationship with God and practice my faith. I will always love Holy Rosary; it is the best school. ~ Selena Beasley

A Lifelong Ram

January 26, 2021
By Darren Mullis

                                                                        A Lifelong Ram
                                                            What it means to be a Ram!

I have been a Ram since my family moved to Memphis in 1971 when I was a year and a half
old. Being a Ram has certainly played a role in making me who I am today. My first memories
of Holy Rosary center around Sunday school in one of the classrooms and sitting in the front
pew with my family during mass. With six children and my mom and dad, needless to say, we
took up the entire pew. Then, of course, there were the many stops in the cafeteria for coffee
and donuts after mass. That is where I first realized that my dad liked to talk. After waiting for
what seemed like hours we would beg him to take us home. But this shows that, even from
those many years ago, Holy Rosary provided these types of social opportunities for its families.
The adults shared their time together and the children did so as well. This is something that
has continued throughout Holy Rosary’s history.

Then there was the time my brother and I were waiting for my parents to get done with the
Science Fair by playing outside. Let’s just say I started kindergarten wearing a cast for a
broken leg. That experience taught me a valuable lesson; cars are big and heavy. But, that
was not the only lesson I learned during my time as a Ram. I attended school here from
1st-8th grade. During that time my academic foundation was solidified and prepared me well
for my high school and college careers. Whether it was Mrs. Ross in first grade, Mrs. Hill in
third, or Mrs. McWatters and Mrs. Fay in junior high all the teachers had a commitment to their
students and to Catholic education.

I can’t remember all the classmates I had over my time at Holy Rosary but they impacted
my development in different ways. The ones who were with me throughout our time at Holy
Rosary gave me a perspective on situations and experiences that helped me see things from
their point of view. It is an invaluable lesson to learn when you can see a situation through
another person’s eyes. There were great friendships that developed over those years as well.
That is another aspect of Holy Rosary that is so special. You will see many friendships
continue beyond the student’s time at Holy Rosary. The groups of friends I have encountered
as adults that formed during their time in school here are too many to count. It is a special
bond that was developed over many years and through many shared experiences.

Another lesson I learned from Holy Rosary came from participating in the sports program.
My many coaches taught all of us to show good sportsmanship and to represent our school
well. It also taught us how to have a healthy rivalry with the other Catholic schools; St. Ann -
Bartlett, St. Paul, St. Dominic/St. Agnes, and the other school down the road. The sports
program was another part of what made me what I am. It introduced me to different sports
and how to work together to make everyone better.

Fast forward a few years (ok, about 20 years) to the year I was named the principal of Holy
Rosary School, 2003. I had already been on staff for 11 years working with the youth and the
religious education of the parish, teaching some classes, and spent a year as vice-principal.
But being the principal allowed me to utilize my background and history at Holy Rosary. It is
that history that helped shape some of the decisions I’ve made over the past 18 years. I’ve
tried to merge our history and tradition with today’s educational model and technology to
enable our students to reach new heights.

We have always been taught that the “church” is the people not the building itself. The
parishioners of Holy Rosary make up Holy Rosary Church. Over the sixty-five years of our
parish being here many pastors, associate priests and parishioners have come and gone, but,
the great family environment has always been here. It is not one person or priest that makes
that family feeling. Each of us contribute to the specialness of Holy Rosary.

Each of us help to define what it is to be a Ram. And, each of us, once we’ve been adopted into this HR family
are a Ram and it will leave an indelible mark on our lives. Once a Ram always a Ram!

Happy 66th Birthday Holy Rosary School

October 27, 2020
By Jane Tonning

Happy Birthday Holy Rosary School…

Holy Rosary Catholic School was 66 years old in September.  In 1954 this new school in east Memphis opened its doors. The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, KY welcomed the new students.

My life at Holy Rosary began in the fall of 1956. I was in a new city and a new school. I entered the same front doors by the office the children walk through today. After entering, I would turn left and go down the ramp and went into the first door on the right. It was Mrs. McDowell’s 3rd grade class, and she made me feel welcomed.  As all children, I was happy to go out to recess and meet my new friends. We walked out of the classroom turned right and walked about 15 feet and went outside. Yes, this new school building ended not far from the end of the hall ramp.

In only two years, Holy Rosary was already having growing pains. In the fall of 1957 Holy Rosary rented classrooms at a new school named St. Louis on White Station Road. It was exciting to ride the HR school bus to and from St. Louis for that school year. We left the campus at 8:15 and left St. Louis at 2:30. Yes, there was a HR school bus for early morning drop off and after school pick up for all grades. Eventually, there were 2 school busses.  In the fall of 1958 the 6 new classrooms were filled quickly.  In fact in 1959, my 6th grade was packed. The classroom was half 5th and half 6th with about 25 on each side of the classroom. The room was packed! But Sr. Bernard Joseph ran a tight ship and you could hear a pin drop anytime during the day. During my 7th grade year, a new building was added on the west side with a covered walkway.

After graduation from 8th grade, the Fr. Wiley Gym was added. The building was named after the first pastor of Holy Rosary Church. There was a convent in the area that is now called Spalding Green. The two-story addition of classrooms and library completed the school. Finally, the rectory was replaced with the newest gym and offices. The campus has grown over the last 66 years and with each addition student life was enhanced.

My years attending Holy Rosary were very special. Every day every student attended mass at 11am. I believe we all had our own personal missal and followed the mass written in Latin and English. The nuns and teachers wove our faith in every subject we studied. We learned about lives of the saints and were encouraged to do our best.

Even today I still see classmates from grade school. I know their children and now I see these old friends on Grandparents Day.

I have always been grateful for my Catholic education. Just like the parents of today, for 66 years parents have chosen to make the sacrifice to send their children to Holy Rosary. It is still a privilege to give this gift of Catholic education.

Thanks for letting me share my mini walk through my HR years.

Happy 66th Birthday Holy Rosary School and may you have another 100 plus.

Welcome to the HRS family!

August 25, 2020
By 2020 New Teachers

Angie Acerra ~ The Learning Center

Angie Acerra comes to Holy Rosary from Christ the King Lutheran School where she had worked since moving to Memphis in 2008. She is single and lives with her best friend Lyda. Her parents are James and Kathy Acerra of Mountain Home, Arkansas, and has one brother, Alex who lives in Mount Vernon, Ohio.

She is an avid Arkansas Razorback fan, and enjoys watching most sporting events. She enjoys reading and crafting and loves Dr. Pepper, Vitamin Water, and chocolate! 

Angie has completed her first 30 hours of Orton Gillingham training and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education from Williams Baptist University.

While working at Holy Rosary, she looks forward to working with a team of people that want what is best for each student and is looking forward to meeting so many members of the Holy Rosary family throughout her time here. Angie’s favorite scripture passage is also her teaching verse: "The purpose of my instruction is that all believers would be filled with love that comes from a pure heart, a clear conscience, and genuine faith." 1 Timothy 1:5.

Welcome to HRS, Angie!


Kristen Crone ~ 2K

Kristen Crone is no stranger to Holy Rosary. She worked in our summer camp and after care programs, and was a substitute teacher here for about 10 years. She had also been a 2K teacher at SAA-SDS for almost 4 years. She lives with her 4 year old dog, Penny, and her parents, brother, and sister-in law are all in town and love Holy Rosary!

She enjoys crafting and going to just about any Memphis sporting event: Tigers, Grizzlies, 901 FC, and the Redbirds! And she loves the Chicago Cubs!

Kristen has a Bachelors in Liberal Studies in Education and a Masters in Teaching, both from Christian Brothers University. She is most looking forward to teaching her sweet 2K students how much fun school can be! “I can do everything through him who gives me strength.” Philippians 4:13

Welcome “back” to HRS, Kristen!


Molly Cunningham ~ The Angel Program

Molly Cunningham is one of our new teachers in the Angel Program. She likes to shop and read and spend her time with her husband Randy, daughter Sierra, granddaughter Malyah, step-son Rusty and grandbaby Riley.

She has worked at Methodist University and Methodist LeBonheur Hospitals.

Molly has a Bachelors in Education with a Human Development concentration in schools and society, and an Associates Degree in General Education Studies. She has finished her first year of graduate school.

She is looking forward to building long lasting relationships at Holy Rosary while accomplishing goals for her Masters program.

“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son that whomsoever believes in Him, shall not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

Welcome to HRS, Molly!


Lauren Luna ~ The Learning Center

Lauren Luna was born and raised in Memphis and recently returned back to the city with her husband Jacob and their Goldendoodle, Maggie, after living in St. Louis, Missouri for the past three years. She graduated with her Bachelors of General Studies with minors in Education, English, & Psychology from the University of Mississippi and received her Masters in Teaching with a concentration in Secondary Science from the University of Memphis.

While in college, she worked at Holy Rosary as an aftercare teacher, substitute, and Angel program teacher. In St. Louis, she taught high school biology and science electives and served as the science department chair and a mentor teacher. She completed dyslexia training this summer with the Simultaneous Multisensory Institute of Language Arts (SMILA) in preparation for her new position.

She is looking forward to working in The Learning Center with middle school and having a more individualized approach to teaching. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13.

Welcome “back” to HRS, Lauren!


Ela Melhado ~ Spanish

Ela Melhado comes to the Holy Rosary family from Honduras. 7 days after arriving in Memphis in 2017, Ela and her family were looking for a church to attend. Her GPS led them to Holy Rosary Catholic Church from Collierville! She remembers watching the families on the soccer field that day and thinking how wonderful it would be for her children to attend Holy Rosary. Two months later, Ela and her husband found themselves entering the Holy Rosary parking lot after scheduling a tour, not realizing it was the same place they had been two months before. It was meant to be.

Ela’s husband is Kenneth Melhado, and he works for the Honduran Consulate in Atlanta. They have three children, Kenneth Alfonso in 7th grade, Mia Fernanda in 3rd grade and Maria Isabelle in 4k, all at Holy Roasry. Ela loves to cook but does not like to unload the dishwasher! She enjoys dancing and crafting.

Ela has an Associates degree in education, and was in her third year for her ESL Bachelors degree before moving to the US.  She taught ESL for 13 years on the preschool, elementary and junior high levels in Honduras. She just finished her medical interpreting training at the University of Memphis.

Ela is most looking forward to growing in faith, as a person and professionally, and being able to impact her students' lives in a positive way to help them become better human beings, but most importantly to be able to learn from all of them. “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11. “The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; he knows those who take a refugee in him.” Nahum 1:7

Welcome “back” to HRS, Ela!


Lauren Perrine ~ Music

Lauren Perrine is a native Memphian and proud Memphis Tiger fan!  She has a daughter, Nancy Kate, who will be a sophomore at St. Agnes and a son, Will, who is in 8th grade at Holy Rosary.

She has been a member of a choir most of her life. She remembers she could not wait until 5th grade because that was the year she could join the choir at her elementary school.  As an adult, she began to branch out as a soloist for churches throughout Memphis and the Diocese.  In 2016, she decided to return to the University of Memphis and pursue a degree in vocal performance. She auditioned and was granted a full talent-based scholarship to attend the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music and perform in the University's opera program.  She appeared on stage with the University in five performances with principal roles in Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring, Aaron Copeland's The Tender Land and W. A. Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro and was awarded the prestigious Ethel Maxwell Memorial Scholarship given to outstanding current music students. She also appeared on stage with Opera Memphis in two performances including a named role in Giacomo Pucini's Suor Angelica.  For the past four years, Lauren was a staff singer at St. John's Episcopal church where she was a soloist and member of the Chancel Choir and the Memphis Chamber Choir and assistant for the Memphis BoyChoir both based at St. John's. 

She loves to cook and entertain family and friends. She is most looking forward to hosting a big party as soon as the pandemic is over!

Lauren is very excited to begin her career at Holy Rosary!  She believes that music adds so much enjoyment to people’s lives and has the unique ability to soothe hearts and minds. On beautiful days Lauren loves to look up to the clouds and think about meeting the Lord in the air and joining the heavenly choirs of angels. She believes music can teach us so much about the love of God and she cannot wait to share that love with the children of Holy Rosary. "Then we, the living who remain, shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air; and thus we shall be always with the Lord." 1 Thessalonians 4:17.

Welcome “back” to HRS, Lauren!


Rhiannon Thomas – 1st Grade

Rhiannon Thomas started her career in education as a first grade teacher in the Jubilee Schools at St. John where she taught for 4 years. She then went to St. Patrick’s as principal for 3 years, and then back to St. John as principal for one year. When the Jubilee schools announced their closure she opted to stay in Catholic schools and went to Incarnation as principal for the last two years.

She’s been married to Greg Thomas for 16 years. In 2015 he was ordained a deacon and he currently serves at Incarnation. They have a 7 year old son, Jaxon who is in 2nd grade at HRS.

Rhiannon has attended Catholic schools from 1st grade through graduate school. Her Bachelors and Masters degrees are from Christian Brothers University. She has received the St John Neumann Outstanding Service Award and Christ The Teacher Award for the Diocese of Memphis. 

She is so excited to be part of the HRS family! Her heart has always been in the classroom; building relationships and guiding students as readers and thinkers. Rhiannon believes everything happens in our lives for a reason. And while we may not be able to understand it in the moment, it is all part of God’s plan.

“For I know well the plans I have in mind for you, declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Welcome to HRS, Rhiannon!


Charity Webb – The Angel Program

Charity Webb is another one of our new Angel teachers. She enjoys swimming, watching movies, traveling the world and spending time with her son, Cornelius Martin, Jr., her step daughter, Riley and her fiancée, Cornelius, Sr.

Charity worked at Baptist Desoto for 10 years and has a Masters Degree in Special Education with a concentration in Instruction and Curriculum Leadership. She is getting married in December of this year and is most looking forward to getting to know everyone at Holy Rosary!

 “Therefore let anyone who thinks that he stands take heed lest he fall.” 1 Corinthians 10:12

Welcome to HRS, Charity!

What have you missed most about Holy Rosary while we have been home?

May 19, 2020
By Various Students 2K-8th Grade

* What I miss most about school is walking into the classroom and seeing my friends and teacher. ~ Cooper H. 5th Grade

* I miss centers with my friends, especially playing Cool Math on the iPads! ~ Quinn P. Kindergarten

* One thing that I have missed about Holy Rosary is being able to interact with peers and teachers to better understand the material we are learning about. ~ Ava K. 6th Grade

* What I miss most about school is hanging out with my friends on the playground. ~ Matthew J. 1st Grade

* What I miss the most is seeing you all in person. ~ Alexis W. 5th Grade TLC

* I miss playing with toys at school. ~ Knox S. 2K

* I miss everything and being together. ~ Addie G. 2nd Grade

* I miss my friends the most and seeing them every day. I miss being present in a classroom and having the ability to communicate and learn easily with my teachers. As an 8th grader, I also miss having my last track season, the very last day at Holy Rosary, and the 8th grade walk. ~ Ava E. 8th Grade

* I just miss everything. I miss my teachers and my friends. I miss painting and drawing and having fun with my friends, I love them.  I love Holy Rosary! ~ Alfie K. 3K

* I mostly miss my friends, classmates and teachers.  I also miss specials and electives. ~ Whitman K. 7th Grade

* Oh, that's easy, I miss my friends and my teacher!! ~ Ella A. 3rd Grade

* I miss walking down the hallway and seeing my friends first thing in the morning in the cafeteria. ~ Judd L. 4th Grade

* I miss our room and our friends. I love our beautiful rainbows. It was really special. ~ Georgia K. 4K

* My experience with distance learning has been both difficult and rewarding. It has made me a better student. In the Zoom meetings, my teachers have been making things more fun with riddles and science experiments. I have also learned that to get good grades, you have to take responsibility for your work. In a family of 6, it can be a little noisy and distracting. I never thought that I would appreciate a (relatively) quiet classroom. I miss my friends and our jokes the most. I will look forward to returning to school next Fall. ~ John M. 5th Grade

* I miss specials, my friends, recess, and my teachers. ~ Charlie, Jack and Libby H. 1st Grade

* I miss all my friends, my classroom, and Mrs. Stephens. ~ Lucy L. 2nd Grade

* I miss walking down the halls, saying jokes and making people laugh. ~ Dqorian B. 8th Grade

* I do really really really love library class, so I might say that.  But I really do like reading different books and discussing different questions while I’m *at* school.  This is really hard!  Also, I do miss tests. ~ Maggie W. 3rd Grade

* We miss centers, the playground and our friends. ~ Mrs. Barbara’s Class 3K

* I have missed the fact that I can't see my friends every day walking down the hall and going to classes with them. ~ Anthony W. 6th Grade

* I miss hugging Ms. Nall. ~ Liam S. Kindergarten

* I am missing my friends a lot! And sleepovers. ~ Lissie E. 4th Grade

* One thing I have missed is eating lunch with friends. ~ Alex K. 7th Grade

* I miss seeing my friends in real life. Home is so boring. ~ Sadie and Sophie S. 1st Grade TLC

* During these 2 months of lockdown, I’ve been socially impaired. Not being able to go to school saddens me. I miss spelling, my friends, Mrs. Seebeck, recess, computer, the library, and Mass twice a week. Hopefully, I’ll see you all in the Fall. Stay apart, and do your part, for the safety of us all. ~ Taylor P. 3rd Grade

* Since I have been home, I have missed seeing my friends the most. ~ Ryan K. 8th Grade

* I miss jelly beans. ~ Palmer D. 3K

* I miss being with my friends and teacher at school. ~ Genevieve G. 4th Grade

* I like being home with my new cat but I miss all my friends. ~ Benjamin M. 4K

* The thing I miss most about Holy Rosary is the awesome friends and teachers I get to see in the hallways. ~ Annabelle L. 7th Grade

* I miss being able to learn at Holy Rosary in school. ~ Jane S. 1st Grade

* My at home learning process has been hard sometimes. I would much rather be at school with friends and teachers. My favorite part about all of this is that I get free time and I have been cooking a lot. Overall, at home learning isn’t the worst thing ever but learning at school is a lot better! ~ Hallie M. 5th Grade

* I would say the book sale, lunch and Social Studies. ~  Fulton C. 2nd Grade

* I have missed my friends, my teachers, and the wonderful community at Holy Rosary. ~ Adam K. 6th Grade

* I miss my friends and playing on the playground. I miss doing math with Mrs. Schadrack. ~ Carden W. 1st Grade TLC

* I miss the playground. ~ Fletcher K. Kindergarten

* I miss snack time with everybody. ~ Julius K. 4K

* What I have missed the most about Holy Rosary is all of my teachers and friends. I have missed them the most because this was my last year with all of them together and I didn’t get to have all the time I could have had. ~ Sailor H. 8th Grade

* I miss playing with my friends, being there, playing on the playground, learning, and my teachers.  I like the snow center. ~ Nolan S. 3K

* I miss the teachers because they are nice and also because they let us have candy for our tests. I also miss the playground. ~ Rush A. 4th Grade

* I miss seeing my friends and my teachers and I miss having a good laugh with my classmates. ~ Lilah J. 6th Grade

* I miss my teachers, Miss Young and Mrs. Gwen! ~ Jocelyn S. Kindergarten

* I miss playing on the playground. ~ Henry M. 2K

* I miss my friends and recess, but I don’t miss wearing a uniform every day. ~ Thomas F. 3rd Grade

* I miss getting to see my friends and teachers and having an organized schedule. ~ Abbey L. 7th Grade

* I miss my friends and Mrs. Stevens and the specials. ~ Lucas T. 2nd Grade

* What I miss most about school is my friends and teachers. I miss seeing them every day. I miss my teachers’ craziness and I miss doing stuff every day with my friends. That is what I miss most about Holy Rosary. ~ Lucy M. 5th Grade

* I am missing my friends and teachers and PE and sports and lunch. I miss being able to hug some of my friends and teachers, wishing for coronavirus to go away and never come back. ~ Elliana M. 1st Grade

* I miss all of it. ~ Hunter K. 4K

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