- School resumes REMOTELY.
- School resumes in person.
- After School will resume.
AFTER SCHOOL REOPENING
Thank you to everyone who took the time to return the After School Survey. We are happy to announce that the After School Program will begin again on April 19th after Easter break. There will be a few changes. After school will begin at 1:45 p.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. for grades K – 8. PreK 4 hours will be 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please remember this is not a drop in program. If you have not filled out a registration form for the 20/21 school year, you must fill one out before your child can attend the program. You can find the registration on the Assumption website under Back to School, After School Registration 2020-2021. Snacks and drinks will be provided as always, but if your child has an allergy, you must provide a snack for them. We’re looking forward to having the kids back with us for after school!
SCHOLASTIC ONLINE BOOK FAIR WRAP UP
STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK – APRIL 27 – 30
If you didn’t have a chance to donate to Teacher/Staff Appreciation, here is your chance! Friday, April 30th the staff will follow the red carpet for the final event, a luncheon not to forget.
Please find the attached Sign Up Genius to donate an item(s).
Items need to be dropped off to the school by Friday, April 30th, no later than 10:00am. Please label each item “HOSPITALITY”.
SCOLIOSIS SCREENING – Tues., April 27
Attention Parents of 4th through 8th grade:
Dr. J. Bartley Martinez, DC, DABCO will be at Assumption School on Tuesday, April 27th performing annual Scoliosis Screenings for 4th through 8th grade students. If you would like your child screened for scoliosis, please complete the permission slip and screening form HERE and return them to the school nurse no later than Tuesday, April 20th.
ASSUMPTION BASEBALL AND TRACK & FIELD REGISTRATION
Registration is open for Baseball (boys grades 7th and 8th) and Track and Field (boys and girls grades 3rd through 8th). Please register through our website: http://assumption-school.sportssignup.com/site/
The link can also be found on the Assumption School website, under the “Athletics” tab. Once you’ve completed the registration process and paid in full, a confirmation receipt will be e-mailed to you immediately.
Your child must have an updated physical on file before she/he can participate in a sport. Please contact Kevin Bopp at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested In coaching or with any questions.
3RD ANNUAL GOLF OUTING
REGISTER NOW! Assumption School’s 3rd Annual Golf Open will be Monday, May 17, 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 for golfers of all levels that you don’t want to miss! Sponsorships are available and raffle donations are warmly accepted.
DON’T DELAY! Spots are limited and fill up quickly. REGISTER HERE: https://birdease.com/13018/register
ST. JOSEPH’S TABLE – Next Collection April 26 – 30
School/Parish Food Drive during this Year of St. Joseph
In recognition of the Year of St. Joseph, the school and the parish will host a St. Joseph’s Table where we will collect nonperishable food items to be distributed to the Diocesan Catholic Charities food pantries during the week of March 15 – 19 and again April 26 – 30 in honor of St. Joseph’s upcoming feast days (March 19th & May 1st).
St. Joseph’s Table is a long standing Sicilian tradition. Legend has it that during a time of drought and famine, no rain fell on Medieval Sicily. Food crops for both people and livestock withered and died. The people prayed to St. Joseph for help. When the clouds opened, the desperately-needed rain poured down, and there was much rejoicing!
After the harvest, to show their gratitude, they prepared a table with special foods to honor St. Joseph and to share with the poor. After thanking and honoring the saint, they distributed the food to the less fortunate.
We invite you to send to the school non-perishable food items to be placed on the St. Joseph’s Table that will be set up in our lobby. We will have a special blessing on the food collected. All of your generous donations will then be transported to Hope House in Dover, Father English Center in Paterson, and Catholic Charities Food Pantry in Sussex County where it will become available to help our brothers and sisters in need. During this time of Lent, let us be most generous to help those who need it most.
FROM THE NURSE’S OFFICE
Due to the continuing transmission of Covid-19, we would like to reiterate our policy regarding illness, in-person attendance and recreational travel.
Experiencing Covid-19 Symptoms:
To further clarify, students with Covid-19 compatible symptoms are defined as:
- At least two of the following symptoms: fever (measured or subjective), chills, rigors (shivers), myalgia (muscle aches), headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose;
- At least one of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new olfactory (smell) disorder, new taste disorder.
If symptoms are noted at school the parent or emergency contact will be notified to pick up their child within 45 minutes. Students will be monitored and kept in isolation by the nurse until pick up.
AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING
Mrs. Galdieri is available to tutor for Language Arts, especially grades 3-8, but is certified for English, K-12. I also tutor for general homework help/study skills. If interested, please contact me at email@example.com. I can also be reached on my cell phone at 973-222-2110. Thank you!
Mrs. Klocksin will start tutoring this month. Please contact me at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Thank you!
Mrs. Schapitl is available for after school tutoring. The first marking period is ending and reporting cards are coming. If your child needs help with current academic content, comprehension, or problem solving skills, I would be happy to work with them after school. Please contact me at email@example.com so I can discuss your needs. Thank you!
Mrs. Guglielmo is experienced in grades 4-8. Please contact if interested – firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
VILLA WALSH SUMMER CAMP
Villa Walsh Academy will be holding their Summer Camp with two sessions offered:
Session 1: June 28-July 2
Session 2: July 12– July 16 & a High School level evening camp too!