Thursday news

February 25, 2021
News and Reminders
Late Arrivals
Please remember that school begins at 7:50AM for students in K-8th grade. Students should be in their seats and ready to learn. We have had so many late arrivals that it affects our morning schedule. Please leave enough time in the morning to arrive on time.
IOWA Tests Next Week
The IOWA Tests of Basic Skills and COGAT Cognitive Abilities Tests will be administered to all students in grades 1-7 at All Saints Catholic School beginning Monday, March 1. Grades 2, 4, 6 and 7 will take the IOWA Tests of Basic Skills and grades 1, 3, and 5 will take the COGATS ( Cognitive Abilities Tests). The areas tested are reading, writing, and math. 

It is important that your child eats a good breakfast and gets plenty of rest during testing time. It is also important that your child is on time for school each day. Any questions regarding the IOWAS or COGATS can be directed to your child’s teacher.
Early Dismissal March 4 and 11
Mark your calendar-March 4 and March 11 are early dismissal days.
Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be available on March 4 and March 11 from 12:30PM - 4:30PM. Conferences will be virtual for parents who have specific concerns at this time about their children in grades K-7.

Eighth grade parents may meet with Mr. Cook and/or Mrs. Corrente (guidance counselor) if they wish to discuss Capstone or high school placement. Each conference lasts for 10 minutes. Click here to sign up online for a conference..
Time for Moms
Time for Mom! Calling all Pre-K and Kindergarten Moms. Join us for a virtual moms group this Friday, led by Mrs. Milo and Mrs. Tarczali. The topic is fostering creativity in your children. Please email Mrs. Milo at to RSVP.
Donations Needed
Take a Night off from Cooking
Order from Bertucci's on March 4th and support All Saints Catholic School. Good at all locations-share with family and friends. Click here to download flyer.
Parenting Workshops from CT Department of ED
The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) is hosting a series of virtual conversations for parents and other caregivers who are managing children’s learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to see the list of workshops.