Monday, June 5
Tuesday, June 6
11:15 am Early Dismissal
- PreK 3/4 Graduation @ 9:00 am
- Kindergarten Graduation @ 10:00 am
Wednesday, June 7
Thursday, June 8
Gym Day for:
Friday, June 9
Snow Make-Up Days
Tuesday, June 6 - 11:15 AM early dismissal (no after care)
Friday, June 9 - Full Day
Monday, June 12 - Full Day
Tuesday, June 13 - 11:15 Am early dismissal - Last Day of School
June 13 - Last Day of School
9:00 am Mass
11:15 am Early Dismissal
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|Volume:2 Issue: 38
Today we celebrate the class of 2017 at the Commencement Mass at Our Lady of the Assumption Church. I would like to congratulate these wonderful students and wish them all the best in their future endeavors.
These students have grown into responsible, caring and contributing citizens of the Assumption Catholic School community. It is my hope that they will now go out into the world and spread the kindness, knowledge, and faith they learned at Assumption to make the world a better place. They certainly made Assumption a better place.
Congratulations to our graduates and best of luck in high school and beyond.
Brandon Bulerin, Notre Dame High School
Joshua Centeno, Notre Dame High School
Grace Collins, Notre Dame High School
Claire Gardella, St. Joseph High School
Christella Maximin, St. Joseph High School
Maika Millien, Notre Dame High School
Errin Soares, Notre Dame High School
Rebecca Sousa, Notre Dame High School
Madison Tiago, St. Joseph High School
Fallon Twining, Fairfield Warde High School
Thomas Wilkins, Bullard Havens Technical High School
Alexander Zichil, Fairfield Preparatory High School
Steven J. Santoli
Field Day was a Great Success
Thank you to Mrs. Ferullo for putting together a fantastic field day. The day was organized and ran smoothly due to her meticulous planning and preparing.
This event could not be possible without the help and support of our parent volunteers. Thank you to everyone that donated time or money to the event. A special thank you to Mr. Adamoski for doing a lot of the heavy lifting and spending the entire day at Owen Fish Park, setting up, filling water stations, breaking down, and transporting materials.
Home School Association Positions Available
The bedrock of a successful Catholic school is the involvement of parents and families, working together with the school staff to build a strong school community for our children to flourish.
The Home School Association needs your help to make this a reality. Please consider joining the board of the HSA and taking a leadership role to strengthening our school for the betterment of ALL.
The following positions are available for the upcoming school year. If you are interested in filling these roles, or learning more about the responsibilities, please contact HSA President, Jody Gourley, at HSA@oloaffld.org.
HSA Positions for 2017-18
Help to direct the workings of the organization, plan meetings and events, meet with the principal and School Advisory Board.
Oversea the recruitment, training, and communication with room parents for each grade, fill in in the absence of the Co-Presidents.
Keep notes and accurate records of meetings and events as well as communicate important information to the HSA and school community.
Manage the budget and track expenses and revenue for HSA events.
Organize food, drinks, and baking efforts for school events.
Investigate enrichment opportunities for after school clubs and in school programs to enhance the student program.
Each class should have one or two parents to work closely with the teachers on fundraising, service projects, and classroom enrichment.
Represent Assumption in planning and preparing for athletics such as basketball, bowling, and cross country.
Volunteer coaches are needed for basketball and cross country.
Farewell to Mrs. Meyers
After seven wonderful years of service to Assumption Catholic Schools we will be saying farewell to Mrs. Meyers at the end of this school year. Mrs. Meyers will be moving, with her family, to Nashville, TN after school ends. Her husband has been in Nashville since April, when he accepted a research position in the Chemistry Department at Vanderbilt University.
Our loss is the gain of the students, staff, and families of Cedar Elementary School where Mrs. Meyers has accepted a position teaching first grade. Mrs. Meyers has been an invaluable member of our school community. Her willingness to go the extra mile for the success of her students and constant desire to improve her craft has made her a beloved teacher and colleague. She will certainly be missed and we wish her all the best.
Parents are asked to join us for the final school Mass on June 13 to bid a fond farewell to Mrs. Meyers.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cahill has accepted the position of fifth grade teacher at Assumption for the 2017-18 school year. Mrs. Cahill is a highly qualified and experienced teacher. She is coming to Assumption from St. Jude School in Monroe. St. Jude will be closing at the end of this year. Mrs. Cahill has over 20 years of teaching experience in the Danbury Public School System, her final six years were spent in the alternative middle school program in that district. Mrs. Cahill retired early from Danbury to continue her teaching career in the faith based schools of the Diocese of Bridgeport.
An informal meet and greet will be scheduled early in the summer so that students and families can welcome our new teacher.
Photos of The Week
Principal for the Day, Fourth Grader, Miss. Rosario.
First Friday Mass hosted by the Second Grade
Eighth Grade Dinner Dance at Vazzy's 19th Hole
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.