Weekly Word 10/8/17

Monday, October 9 – School closed Columbus Day

Monday, October 23 – Boys must be in long pants and girls should wear knee socks.


If you have a child with a food allergy or asthma and may require medication in the event of an emergency, please have your doctor fill out the paperwork and most importantly, be sure that we have that medication here in the nurse’s office with your child’s name on it,  whether it be Benadryl, an EpiPen or an inhaler.

Thank you.

Please remember to check the online bulletin on our school website for important daily announcements and updates.

Basketball Registration

Registration is now open for our School basketball teams. Basketball is available for boys and girls in grades 4 through 8.  Basketball registration will end on Sunday October 8thPlease register by October 8th as we need to inform the league the number of teams we are entering this year.

To register, please go online via our website, http://assumption-school.siplay.com/site/.   The link can also be found on the Assumption School website, under the “Athletics” tab.  You will then be prompted to create a login & password.  Once you’ve completed the registration process and paid in full, a confirmation receipt will be e-mailed to you immediately.

An annual sports physical form must be completed and on file with the nurses before your child can participate in any sports activity.

Please contact Kevin Bopp at kevin_bopp@nylim.com with any questions.

Fashion Show 2017 – Mardi Gras and All that Jazz

Look for a special weekly word this Wednesday containing information and “all that jazz” about the Fashion Show on Thursday, October 19, 2017.


Now is the time to send in your reservations for the 37th Annual HSA Dinner, Fashion Show and Auctions.  Deadline for reservations is

Tuesday, October 10th. Don’t miss out on this night of fun, fashion, and prizes!  If you need a form, you can access it here.

Wollman Rink Adventure Club

Wednesday 11/8

Bus leaves school at 1:30pm

Bus returns at 7:30pm

$45 registration includes entrance fee, skate rentals, coach bus, pizza and drink

$40 if you have your own skates

This trip will be limited to the first 50 students to register – No refunds!


Click on the below link to register:


Any questions please email kendres@assumptionnj.org


Kid Chef

Would you like to know more about cooking/baking?  Well you’re in luck – Mrs. Sopira and Mrs. Guglielmo will share their culinary skills with you. ugg outlet alexandria anaheim  We are offering 4 days of hands on instruction in the Assumption kitchen.  Each day will focus on a particular meal and end in tasting the fruits of our labor! In addition to cooking we will teach proper table setting and manners too! Please see flyer for additional information – Kid Chef Flyer.


5th-8th grade School Dance
Friday, October 20th
6:30-9:00 pm in gym

 It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Store!

Ok, maybe not quite yet, but preparations are underway for one of Assumption’s most magical days of the year! Santa’s Workshop will open its doors on Tuesday, September 26th from 7-9pm and again on Wednesday, September 27th from 8:15-11am in the Multipurpose Room (down the hall from the nurses office). Come catch up with old friends and make some new ones as we begin wrapping gifts and light craft projects. Please see our complete schedule below and join us as your schedule allows. And as always, younger siblings are welcome to join the fun during the daytime workshop hours.

In addition, if you are interested in helping to wrap presents at home, please contact Christine Sidhu at christine.sidhu@gmail.com. We will provide the wrapping paper, labels and instructions.

For any questions, please contact one of Santa’s Elves, Michelle Carr (michelle.carr4@me.com), Linda Chang (aloc.chang@gmail.com), or Christine Sidhu (christine.sidhu@gmail.com).

2017 Christmas Store Calendar 

Light the Night 

Assumption School’s Will Galligan has been chosen by the Leukemia Lymphoma Society to be the 2017 Honored Hero for the Morris Plains Light the Night Walk. The walk will be held at Greystone Central Park in Morris Plains, NJ on October 21st.  Every year the LLS chooses a survivor, this year Will Galligan and John Hyland (both AML Acute Myeloid Leukemia survivors) were selected. Please join Will’s team Will’n to Walk to support a cure for all blood cancers. It would be great to have the Assumption School Family support.  here is the link to join Will’s Team:

http://pages.lightthenight. ugg outlet cabazon coupon 2017 org/nj/Morris17/willntowalk

This is a fun family friendly night. Here is some information about the night:  The Light the Night Walk is a fundraising campaign benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s mission to cure blood cancer. The Night time walk is free to attend, family, stroller, wheelchair and dog friendly, and is only 1.2 miles long. So, there is not training involved! Supporters, patients, survivors, and loved ones walking in memory all come together carrying illuminated lanterns to Light the Night and bring Light to the Darkness of Cancer. Join us in celebrating the advancements we have made in blood cancer research so far, as well as remembering those who have lost their battle to blood cancer. All ages are welcome to attend, we have a DJ, balloon artist, face painters, a play ground, gaming truck, food, dessert, and a laser light show!

Morristown Festival of Books

Join us at the 2017 Morristown Festival of Books and KidFest on Saturday, October 14 form 10am-4pm!  Award-winner Kate DiCamillo is joined by Lauren Tarshis (“I Survived” series), Laurie Hernandez (Olympic gold medalist), Tad Hills (“Duck and Goose” series), singer-songwriter-author Laurie Berkner and many more.  Listen to your favorite author speak.  Have a book signed.  Sing, dance, do a craft and play games.  Finish the story or create your own.  Don’t miss out on a day of fun and books, books, books in Morristown! See flyer for additional information!