Mondaynews
April 5, 2021
A Message from the Principal
Congratulations to Thibaud Jeandin of grade 8! Thibaud has been studying at the German School of Connecticut for many years. Recently, he was one of 33 students in the state of Connecticut to take the German AATG national examination for high school students. He scored in the 89th percentile and was recognized with the Goldurkunder Award.  
School Mass April 7
Mass will be celebrated on Zoom by Fr. Sudhir on Wednesday, April 7, at 12:40pm. If you would like to attend the Mass with us , please call the school office and we will send you the link.
Why did you choose All Saints?
Did you know that 95% of our students are referred to us by word of mouth?

That's you, telling your friends at the gym, your colleagues, your neighbors, your fellow parishioners at church, that you choose All Saints, and how happy you are with your choice.

Enrollment is open for next year, and we'd love it if you could tell a friend, or submit a review on our Facebook page or send an email to mrs.dandrea@ascs.net about why you choose All Saints for your child.

Good news travels fast--and we have lots of good news to share! If you have questions, please contact our admissions director, Mrs. Denise Vuoso at admissions@ascs.net or call the school office. Thanks for helping us spread the good news!
Spring Spectacular Finale- Friday April 16
Join us LIVE--from your couch for this FUN Zoom event!

Gather the whole family together for the big finale of our online auction! It'll be a fun-filled hour of contests, bidding, prizes and surprises!

See Kid's Contests below! If 50 families participate Mr. Fielding will do something crazy--stay tuned to find out what! If 100 families participate, it will really get crazy!
Cash Raffle-Win $5,000
Click here to purchase your cash raffle tickets today! Share the link with family and friends to let them in on the fun.

Tickets: $25 each Drawing: Saturday, April 17, 2021 @ 1pm
Limited to 2000 tickets
 
1st prize is $5000;
2nd Prize is $2000 and
3rd Prize is $1000.
Important Calendar Changes
Thursday, May 6 will be a full day of school ( w/ extended day until 5:45pm)
 
Friday, May 7 will be an early dismissal day. There is no Extended Day program.
 
The third marking period will be ending on Friday, April 9. Please be sure that you are current with your tuition, that your extended day program balance is paid in full, and that you have satisfied your commitment to the Home School Association fundraisers this year by opting out or participating in the two mandatory fundraisers( Shopping Spree and Cash Raffle) . Report cards will be distributed on April 19.
Third Marking Period
The third marking period will be ending on Friday, April 9. Please be sure that you are current with your tuition, that your extended day program balance is paid in full, and that you have satisfied your commitment in the two mandatory Home School Association fundraisers this year.
Uniform Updates and Reminders
Students may begin to wear the Optional Summer Uniform on April 6.

Students may begin to wear gym shorts for PE class on April 6.

Please note: Beginning April 6, the students will need to revert back to wearing their All Saints sweaters or All Saints fleeces to school every day if they have them and feel chilly during the school day. Students in grade 8 may wear their All Saints graduation sweatshirt.

We understand that due to the circumstances surrounding the pandemic and the inability to use lockers, the students needed to carry their belongings with them during the course of the day and still do. It was easier to purchase an oversize heavy sweatshirt to wear as a winter coat to eliminate one more thing to carry. Going forward, only the school fleece or school sweater are allowed to be worn in school. Please comply.
After School Sports Registration
After School Sports will now start next Monday, 4/12, due to the delay on getting the sign-up link live. You can still sign-up using this link. Any question, please contact Mr. Fielding at ascsathletics.com
Summer Camp at ASCS
Summer Arts and Sports Camp for children entering grades 1-3.  This program is designed to get students to tap into their creative side with arts and crafts, as well as becoming physically active while taking part in gym games and sports. The focus will be on using each individual student's creative ability to work on fun, hands on DIY projects. They will also learn to show good sportsmanship, cooperation, and how to be a team player through a variety of games and sports. Covid protocols will be followed.

9am - 2pm Monday - Friday : June 21-25

Be well,
Mrs. Linda Dunn