St. Rita School

1008 Maple Drive ~ Webster, NY 14580-1726
585-671-3132 (phone) ~ 585-671-4562 (fax)

St Rita Students Live Stream the Rosary

The Diocesan Catholic Schools have been taking turns saying the Rosary which are livestreamed on YouTube so all other schools could join in.  Here is the video of our school saying the rosary.  

To see the video click on the SRS shield.


Special School Events


Fri 18 - Hope House Service Project Ends
8:15 AM -
Fri 18 - Marathon money due to be eligible for prizes
8:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Tue 22 - Fall Scholastic Book Fair
8:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Wed 23 - Fall Scholastic Book Fair
8:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Thu 24 - Fall Scholastic Book Fair
8:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Fri 25 - Early Dismissal~Professional Development
11:00 AM -
Fri 25 - Fall Family Dance
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thu 31 - Halloween Dress Down in Halloween colors
8:15 AM -


Fri 1 - Monthly School Liturgy
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Mon 4 - Share the Joy! Halloween Candy collection Begins
8:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Fri 8 - Veteran's Day Prayer Service
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM
Mon 11 - Veterans Day~No School
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Mon 25 - Parent Teacher Conferences~Early Dismissal
11:00 AM -
Tue 26 - Parent Teacher Conferences~Early Dismissal
11:00 AM -
Wed 27 - Thanksgiving Recess
8:00 AM -
Thu 28 - Thanksgiving Recess
8:00 AM -
Fri 29 - Thanksgiving Recess
8:00 AM -


Fri 6 - Monthly School Liturgy
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Mon 23 - Christmas Vacation
8:00 AM -
Tue 24 - Christmas Vacation
8:00 AM -

Birthday Celebration Poilcy

If your child wishes to share a snack with his or her classmates, please choose an item from the following list or from the optional items on the next page. If you want to print the this for reference see the file at the bottom of the page.


     * Fresh fruit, fruit cups

     * Raw veggies with low-fat dip, if desired

     * Animal crackers

     * Graham crackers

     * Pretzels

     * Yogurt

     * String cheese

     * Cereal, low-sugar

     * Frozen yogurt, frozen ice, popsicles

     * Popcorn

Please be mindful of food allergies when selecting a snack.  All food must be store bought in its original packaging with an ingredient and nutrition label.  A student in a particular class may be allergic to peanuts, or sensitive to food coloring or artificial flavors.  There may also be a student that is lactose intolerant or have other food concerns, such as diabetes.  It is best to check with the teacher first.


The following holidays will be considered “Exempt” days.  This means that if you wish, you may bring in pre-packaged treats that are not on the Healthy Snack Alternative list: (When in doubt, it is always best to check with the teacher).

      * Halloween

     * Thanksgiving

     * Feast of St. Nicholas

     * Christmas

     * Valentine’s Day

     * Easter

Food to be shared should ALWAYS BE NUT-FREE – there are NO EXCEPTIONS to this.


As an optional alternative to food treats, families are also offered the choice of sending in a small non-food item to share. 

Suggestions include:

     * Pencils

     * Erasers

     * Stickers

     * Other small items

     * A book to be donated to the classroom or school library is another voluntary alternative.

 In addition to sharing a treat, one day a month will be designated as a dress-down day for the children who have a birthday in that month.  A day will also be selected for children with summer birthdays.  Every classroom teacher also adds their own special touches to a child’s birthday celebration.