– Students should be back in school uniforms. Thanks to Ryan Plumbing we have heat again.
Monday, March 27 – Thursday, March 30 – Assumption School Book Fair
Friday, March 31 – End of third marking period
SUMMER TUTORING WITH MRS. KLOCKSIN Mrs. Klocksin is offering individualized one-on-one programs thoughtout the summer months. Review difficult material from last year, get a head start on next year’s curriculum, or explore topics of individual interest. If interested, please email Mary Klocksin atMaryandjon@optonline.net.
ALTAR SERVER TRAINING Let the children come to me. (Luke 18:16) One way the youth of our parish can serve the Lord is by becoming an Altar Server. What does an Altar Server do? The two main duties of a server are to assist the priest and deacon during the celebration of Mass and help the people pray by your example. Father John will be conducting two Altar Server training sessions for boys and girls in the fourth grade and up on Tuesday, March 28 and Wednesday, April 5 at 4:00 p.m. If you are in the fourth grade or older, and would like to become an Altar Server at Assumption, please sign up for one of the sessions by emailingLinda.firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling the parish office at 973-539-2141. You only need to attend one session.
3rd ANNUAL RUN IT RACES Cold weather making your children stir crazy?? Ready for Spring? Come to the 3rd Annual Run It Races on Sunday, moncler cluny careers April 2nd at the Y Zone in Cedar Knolls, for a fun-filled afternoon of active play and educational activities designed to help and improve the health and well-being of children. Highlights of the day include races for all ages, including 1-mile fun run, healthy cooking demonstration, warm-ups from Barre 3, Peaceful Kids Yoga, and Crossfit, as well as face painting, spirit station crafts, a photo booth, and a giveaway with great prizes! Admission is $5 and includes a t-shirt and snack. To learn more click here or to register, visitwww.jlmnj.org.
SCHOLASTIC “HAPPY CAMPER” BOOK FAIR March 27-30 The Scholastic Book Fair begins this Monday, March 27th, and will run through Thursday, March 30th. Thank you to all who signed up to volunteer next week. Please note, for those of you who volunteered to work between 12-2 pm each day, do not park in front of the school. We ask you to park in the street outside of the school or the church parking lot. In addition, there are a few spots left if you are interested in volunteering and didn’t have a chance to sign-up yet. Please visit this link by clickinghereto volunteer your time.
Please click here to view this year’s class schedule for the fair. Thinking of donating a book to our library or your child’s class? The teachers and librarians will be selecting books they would like for their classroom. All books selected will be placed in a baskets for you to purchase for them. moncler outlet polo 2 As we have done in the past gift certificates will also be available. Cash or checks (made payable to Assumption HSA ) will be accepted payments for students; parents may also make purchases using a credit card ( students will not be allowed to pay for books using their parents credit card).
You may view the books as well as order books online at following address:http://www.scholastic.com/bf/assumption-nj You will be able to purchase books on-line now throughApril 1st. The books will be delivered, free of charge, to Assumption. After the on-line fair is closed the books that have been ordered will be given to your child through their homeroom teacher. If there are any additional questions you may have please do not hesitate to contact Carrie Daly (email@example.com) or Sharon Romano(firstname.lastname@example.org)
ATHLETICS Attention Track Coaches Needed: Assumption track team is looking for a few extra coaches to help out. Please contact athletic director Kevin Bopp (kevin_Bopp@nylim.com), or Todd Kijanka, or Michael Ashton (email@example.com) if interested in coaching this great group pf kids. We are looking to start practices as soon as the snow melts from the track (hopefully that will happen this weekend).
No track experience necessary, practices generally run form 5:30-7:00 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays with meets on the weekends.
ANNUAL KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BEEFSTEAK DINNER Save the Date:Monday April 3, 2017 at 7:30pm Please join us at Assumption School to watch the college basketball finals while you have all you can eat beefsteak, salad, and ice cream sundaes and drink beer, coffee, and tea. To view the flier with further details please clickmonster beats studio by dr dre ibeats org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/beefsteak-dinner.pdf”>here.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 2017 Save the date! Get geared up and mark your calendars for VBS Summer 2017. The Maker Fun Factory will remind us we are each created by God and built for a purpose! We are currently looking for Adult volunteers. Any questions, please contact Chrissy West firstname.lastname@example.org 973-809-1646 or Sarah Neuhoff email@example.com 202-210-9152.
Camp Dates: August 7th-11th Camp Times: 9-11:30am Camper & Teen registration: April 23rd
Campers: grade preK4 – 3rd grade (fall ’17) Teen Volunteers: grade 6 (fall ’17) and older
HOWDY! Please save the date for Friday April 7, 2017 The 2nd Annual Mother/Son Shin Dig will be held in the Assumption Barn Grades 1st-4th can swing their Mom around the dance floor from 7:00-9:00 P.M. Dust off those western boots and get ready to promenade! For questions please contact Monica O’Meara firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHRYSALISM DEADLINE EXTENDED! Submission Deadline now: March 31st, 2017 We are STILL seeking short stories, poetry, comic strips, essays, artistic photographs, and drawings for our second annual issue from kids in grades 5 through 8.