The St. Rose Parent Club is organized to assist the pastor and the principal in every way possible to provide for the needs of the students and the classrooms. All parents are members of the Parent Club and required to give yearly service points, a Parent Club fee tax-deductible fee, and scrip purchases:
Funds raised by the Parent Club are used to sponsor spiritual, educational and cultural activities for students, parents, and faculty; for equipment, materials, books, and other supplies which are in the school budget and which will aid the educational work of the school.
Parents build community as they work together on fundraising, cleaning on Saturday Workdays, and earning their service points. While working for the general good, friendships and school pride result.
The officers meet monthly. All members of the club (parents) are welcome to attend these meetings.
We are very proud of the parents' participation. This support helps our school to be affordable and enjoyable for all and truly creates community.
The Parent Club Commitment & Agreement outlines the two areas (yearly service point commitment and Scrip program) of parent participation and commitment to the St. Rose School Parent Club. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to complete all the service activities they have agreed to perform during the current school year. Parent commitment/obligations must be completed no later than May 15.
The Principal of St. Rose School answers to both the Pastor of St. Rose of Lima Parish and to the Regional Director of the Catholic Diocese of Sacramento, Catholic Schools Association of Sacramento (CSAS). The primary role of the Advisory Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Principal and Pastor in matters of Catholic education in South Placer County, in particular St. Rose School. CSAC also works to forward the school’s strategic plan, and to foster school community and a Catholic, faith-filled culture, thus enabling the Principal to serve as educational leader.
Advisory Commission Areas of Emphasis:
Sub-committee members work in collaboration with their respective Subcommittee Chairs to further the goals and accomplish the objectives of their subcommittee. This generally involves a minimum of one subcommittee meeting per month.
This Advisory Commission is strictly advisory and serves as the direction-setting body of our school. The Advisory Commission is always supportive of the policies of the Bishop and the Catholic School Department, and the Catholic Schools Association of Sacramento, (CSAS).