Monday April 29 – School Resumes
Saturday May 4 – Second Grade First Holy Communion
ASSUMPTION SCHOOL’S 2ND ANNUAL GOLF OPEN
REGISTER NOW! Assumption School’s 2nd Annual Golf Open will be Monday, May 20, at Morris County Golf Club in Morristown and registration is open! Register as an individual golfer, twosome, or foursome and, if you can’t make it for golf, ALL ARE WELCOME to register for the cocktail reception and raffle! Whether you’re a first-year Assumption parent or a last year-one, the Golf Open is a very fun and special day that you don’t want to miss! Sponsorships are available and raffle donations are warmly accepted. THANK YOU to our first tournament sponsors, Lisa Molinari of Weichert Realtors and Josefina Abboud of Analytical Economics Associates.
DON’T DELAY ! Spots are filing up quickly.
LONGFELLOW’S SUB DAY – GRADES 3-8
Have a special HERO lunch on, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 2019. There will be (2) choices of subs:
- ITALIAN – Ham-Salami-provolone with lettuce and tomato
- TURKEY – Turkey – lettuce and tomato
Each sub will include chips and a drink (water, juice, or milk). Subs are ordered in advance, so please fill out this form
and return it with your payment of $9.00 by Friday, May 3rd.
The children that do not return the forms will be able to eat the normal cafeteria offering of Individual Pan Pizza that day, and will use their lunch ticket.
*This is a special event and not a part of the normal lunch ticket process! Therefore, the children who participate will not have their lunch ticket punched!
*Send cash or check, payable to Assumption School in an envelope marked Attention Cafeteria!!!
KID CHEF – Scrumptious Sweets
This will be hands on instruction in the Assumption kitchen for students from grades 3 – 8th grade. Mrs. Sopira and Mrs. Guglielmo will share their culinary skills and recipes with you. This session will Scrumptious Sweets with a focus on chocolate. Not only will we create delectable treats, we will also end in the class in tasting the fruits of our labor!
Here are the particulars: Class is from 2:30 – 4:00 pm.
May 1, Wednesday – Cinco de Mayo Munchies – Not Your Typical Taco, Quesadillas, and Savory Sauces.
The cost is $40.00 per class. Checks should be made out to S. Sopira or S. Guglielmo, or cash.(Checks are non-refundable)
FASHION SHOW VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
We are in need of a few parents to help solicit donations from local businesses for our fall Fashion Show. You will be provided with a short list of businesses and all of the paperwork explaining the event. This is a great opportunity to help with our annual fundraiser. You may work at your own convenience based on your availability. If interested, please contact Christineolivo1@gmail.com.
Thank you in advance.
SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP
Are you looking to unmask your child’s creativity this summer? Please join Mrs. Loughman, Mrs. Schneider and Ms. Strumolo for the all-new Camp Invention program, Supercharged. Children will transform their wild imaginations into epic creations. Campers entering grades 1-3 will code robots and use collaboration and creative problem solving during hands-on, STEM activities. Visit www.invent.org/camp
or call 800-968-4332 to register. Camp will run from June 24-28
from 8:00-2:30. Hurry! Space is limited to 60 participants. Campers will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Use promo code INNOVATE25L to save $25 (expires 3/22) or PLAY15LISTING to save $15 (expires 5/10).
FIELD DAY – SAVE THE DATE
Monday, June 10th at Lidgerwood Field from 9:30 to 1:30
Will be looking for volunteers to grill, walk classes to activities and game monitors.
Physical Education Teacher
HOSPITALITY HELP NEEDED – ENRICHMENT DAY 5/10
Assumption Enrichment Day will be held on Friday, May 10th. The Hospitality Committee provides breakfast/lunch for all of the volunteers as well as the teachers. In keeping with the theme of this year’s Enrichment Day, we will be serving different foods from around the world. We hope you can help with this special day by contributing an item from the attached list (foods from different countries are encouraged).
If you are able to provide something, please use the attached link to sign up. Thank you!
MIXED BAG FUNDRAISER
Thank you for your patience as the kinks were sorted out for this fundraiser. As always, no pressure to purchase, but please take a look at Mixed Bag Design’s unique products in the brochure provided or online at www.mixedbagdesigns.com/assumption-school
. Our fundraiser ID is 773869.
Orders placed before Wednesday, April 17th will be available for Mother’s Day delivery ! Our school order will stay open online through July 31, 2019 , allowing a chance to order graduation gifts , teacher gifts, etc.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Roar VBS will be hosted at Assumption Church from August 5 to August 9. At Roar, kids discover that God is good even when life gets wild. Kids participate in memorable Bible-learning activities, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, make and devour yummy treats, experience one-of-a-kind Wild Bible Adventures, collect Bible Memory Buddies to remind them of God’s love, and test out Sciency-Fun Gizmos they’ll take home and play with all summer long. Plus, kids will learn to look for evidence of God all around them through something called God Sightings. Each day concludes with the Safari Celebration that gets everyone involved in living what they’ve learned.
Roar is for kids from pre-k 4 to grade 3 (fall 2019) and will run from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each day. Teen volunteers must be in grade 6 (fall ’19) or older. Online registration at www.assumptionparish.org.
opens April 28.
If you have any uniforms that your children have outgrown and are no longer going to use, please drop them off in the All Purpose Room at school in anticipation of the annual uniform swap in June.
SUMMER TUTORING WITH MRS. KLOCKSIN
Mrs. Klocksin is offering individualized one-on-one programs throughout 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 at email@example.com
LIKE – A Documentary about the Impact of Social Media on Our Lives
Technology is a tool. But are we addicted ? How do we stop ? Where do we start ?
The goal for this film is to inspire people of all ages, especially kids, to self regulate. As technology continues to progress and children are exposed at even earlier ages, education and discussion are critical to understanding how it affects us and how we can manage it going forward.
Tuesday, April 30th 7-9pm
Frelinghuysen Middle School Auditorium
A discussion will immediately follow the film. More information can be found on the attached flyer.