Monday, March 26
Gym Day for:
, PK4, 1, 2, 4, 7, 8
Tuesday, March 27
Gym Day for:
PK3, PK4, K, 3, 5,6,7,8
Wednesday, March 28
Thursday, March 29
Gym Day for:
Friday, March 30
END OF 3RD QUARTER
Saturday, April 1
- Financial Assistance Application Deadline
Wednesday, April 5
- State of the School Address, 6:30 PM
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The deadline to apply for financial assistance is Saturday, April 1, with no exceptions. To be considered for any type of financial aid for the 2017-18 school year the following procedure must be followed.
- Complete the paper Bishop's Scholarship Fund application.
- Complete the online FACTS grant & aid application at www.FACTSmgt.com/aid, including the $30 fee charged by FACTS.
All families that received financial assistance this year, must reapply or run the risk of losing that aid for the 2017-18 school year.
Please contact Karen Guastelle or myself at 203-334-6271 for assistance with this process.
Steven J. Santoli
Easter Bunny Brunch
Thank you to everyone that worked so hard to make the Easter Bunny Brunch such a great success. Kim Monahan did a great job in organizing the event and decorating the Hall. Thank you for everyone that donated food and supplies to make the brunch affordable for all.
I would like to send a special thank you to all of the dads that joined me in the kitchen early Saturday morning to prepare a fantastic feast for the 125 plus people that attended this fun community building event.
Share Your Lenten Sacrifice
Donate to the CRS Rice Bowl
FOURTH WEEK OF LENT
Maria de la Luz Lugo Martínez remembers what it was like growing up in Ejido Hidalgo, Mexico. "We said we were rich because we had a lot of corn, beans and animals." But now, with few jobs and even less rain, young people-including Maria's children-are leaving the community in search of a better life.
To help families like Maria's, CRS launched a greenhouse project empowering women with meaningful work and community. Women visit their community greenhouses to grow cactuses to sell-but they also go for so much more. "At the greenhouses, we laugh, we talk, we spend time together. Sometimes we leave our homes angry or sad. But then we start working with the plants, and we forget. Talking, laughing-we forget our problems for a while," says Maria.
As the cactuses grow, so to do the economic opportunities. "We didn't believe we were going to get that far. It's a lot of joy, a lot of excitement to see so many plants flowering."
The flourishing cactuses aren't the only things that give Maria pride. Even though they live far away, she still remains close to her family. "I give thanks to God that he gave me all my children and grandchildren," she says. "They give me strength and courage to work hard. My children call and say, 'Don't give up, Mom. Have faith in God.'"
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Tickets Available in the School Office
Arrival and Dismissal Parking Lot Procedures
Simple Guidelines to Keep Everyone Safe
- When dropping a student before 8:20 am please use the art room doors near the playground.
- All families are encouraged to pull ahead to the flagpole in front of the school when dropping a student at the curb.
- If you choose to park in the lot, please walk your child through the lot and to the curb.
- Do not pass stopped cars at the curb that are dropping students.
New cones and signs will be in place this week. Please abide by the traffic patterns and procedures for a safe and expedited dismissal process.
No cars should be moving through the parking lot after 3:oo pm!
Enter the parking lot through the driveway between the Church and the hall. Drive down toward the school, turn left and park in the designated area facing the church.
Pre K Pick-Up
- Park in the area behind the rectory garage and close to the school between 2:45 pm and 3:00 pm. Enter the school to retrieve your child and exit the parking lot before 3:00 pm.
- Pre K students will be held by their teachers in the Pre K room until 3:15 pm. After that time they will be delivered to the After School Room to be picked up.
- If picking up a Pre K and older student, follow the K-8 procedure.
K-8 Pick -Up
- Park in the large coned in parking area, facing the church.
- Wait for your student on the sidewalk or grass, not in the parking lot or driveway area.
- Students will be walked out of the building and line up on the sidewalk with their teachers. Please walk over to your child, make contact with the teacher and walk your child back to the car.
- Once all students are safely in cars the cones will be lifted and cars can exit in an orderly fashion.
This process only takes 10 - 15 minutes if the procedure is followed correctly. If you have an urgent need to get back to work or expedite this process please contact Mr. Santoli to make other arrangements.
The safety of our students and staff is paramount, following this procedure will ensure that safety.
Items Purchased Through Dennis Uniform can be Worn During the School Day
The official school uniform is outlined on our website, click here for a link to the uniform section of the homepage. Below are some guidelines to remind you of the uniform expectations.
Only the 8th grade has permission to wear hooded sweatshirts as part of the official uniform.
All other students may wear their spirit wear sweatshirts to school, but they will be asked to take them off during the school day. There are several options available through Dennis Uniform if your child is cold in the traditional uniform during the day.
On dress uniform days girls can wear the cardigan sweater and boys can wear the sweater or sweater vest over their shirt and tie. Both boys and girls can wear the long sleeve or fleece vest throughout the day.
Shoes and Sneakers
Casual shoes such as loafers, boat shoes, Mary Janes, or lace up dress shoes are to be worn on dress uniform days. Boots or sneakers are not acceptable!
Modest sneakers are to be worn on gym days. Sneakers should be of a solid color, preferably black, white, blue, or gray. Bright, flashy, neon, or light up sneakers are not permitted.
During the colder months students must wear the sweatpants for gym days. Stunts should also wear the gray gym shirt with the logo on gym days. Should they choose to wear the gray sweatshirt, the official tee shirt should be work underneath.
The tie dyed spirit wear shirt is not acceptable for gym days. Only the pink breast cancer shirt may be worn as an alternative to the official gray tee shirt.
Spirit wear can be ONLY worn to school with an official dress down pass or on designated Spirit Wear Days.
Please make every effort to acquire the proper uniforms through Dennis Uniform or the school uniform store. Contact the HSA at email@example.com to inquire about uniform store access.
Virtus Registration and Training
All Adult volunteers must be Virtus Trained
To register with Virtus and be eligible to volunteer, coach, or chaperone in school or at a school sponsored event you must register with Virtus, complete a training and agree to a background check.
to visit the Virtus website. Remember to select Assumption School as your primary location. Please contact the office with questions or concerns.
Assumption Catholic School provides an education of academic excellence, rooted in the Catholic Faith, which fosters the spiritual, physical, moral, and intellectual development of all students, so they may realize their full potential as responsible, caring, and contributing citizens of the world.