St. Rose students receive Virtue Award for kindness

July 29, 2019 at 12:37 p.m.
St. Rose students receive Virtue Award for kindness
St. Rose students receive Virtue Award for kindness


A celebratory breakfast ceremony was held Nov. 4th, at St. Rose Grammar School, Belmar, for select students and their parents, to acknowledge the students’ receipt of the first virtue award of the school year.  Attending were two students from each grade, K through eighth, who were chosen by their teachers as best exemplifying the virtue of kindness. SRGS principal, William Roberts, said a few words and awarded each student a certificate for showing and inspiring kindness.  The certificates state: "This student exemplifies a positive and productive attitude and lives the Gospel message. The student demonstrates the value of kindness by a Christian response to being a member of the community."  Immediately following breakfast in the St. Rose Parish Center, students were honored in front of the SRGS student body during its first Friday Mass, presided over by Msgr. Edward Arnister, pastor of St. Rose Church, from whom each received a special pin.  

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A celebratory breakfast ceremony was held Nov. 4th, at St. Rose Grammar School, Belmar, for select students and their parents, to acknowledge the students’ receipt of the first virtue award of the school year.  Attending were two students from each grade, K through eighth, who were chosen by their teachers as best exemplifying the virtue of kindness. SRGS principal, William Roberts, said a few words and awarded each student a certificate for showing and inspiring kindness.  The certificates state: "This student exemplifies a positive and productive attitude and lives the Gospel message. The student demonstrates the value of kindness by a Christian response to being a member of the community."  Immediately following breakfast in the St. Rose Parish Center, students were honored in front of the SRGS student body during its first Friday Mass, presided over by Msgr. Edward Arnister, pastor of St. Rose Church, from whom each received a special pin.  

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