Weekly Word May 3, 2020

“I don’t think of all the misery, but all of the beauty that still remains.” – Anne Frank Dear Parents, As always, I hope you are all healthy, doing well and maybe even enjoying a slower pace of life. I know it can be frustrating and a hardship but don’t forget there are some blessings attached as well – you are developing relationships with your kids that may have…

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Weekly Word April 5, 2020

“Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and Alleluia is our song.” Dear Parents, I hope all of you are well, healthy, praying for those who are sick and continuing to look forward to better days ahead. Life as we have known it has changed and somehow we didn’t get the “instruction book” to guide us. You are wonderful parents, “Assumption Strong” parents and together,…

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Weekly Word March 29, 2020

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR ONLINE BOOK FAIR MONDAY 3/30-SUNDAY 4/12!!!!!! Scholastic has responded to our current situation by offering an online book fair for our school for 14 days. Here are the details: Books ship directly to families as soon as you purchase. Free shipping on BOOK ONLY purchases over $25 – if you add in posters/pencils/crafts/educational toys/games, shipping will apply to the whole purchase. School earns 25% of profits…

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Weekly Word March 15, 2020

Please check the Assumption online bulletin daily for up-dates. All Assumption after school activities are cancelled until further notice. Until further notice the Assumption School office will be open from 8 until 12 each day. HOW TO TALK TO YOUR CHILDREN ABOUT COVID-19 Attached is an article about how to talk to your children about the coronavirus outbreak. SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR The Scholastic Book fair and online book fair…

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Weekly Word March 8, 2020

Monday, March 9 – Fourth grade brings in a “breakfast bag” for the Community Soup Kitchen. See the attached letter from Sister Merris. Please remember to check the online bulletin on our school website for important daily announcements and updates. ACTION ALERTS – FROM THE NEW JERSEY CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Nonpublic school transportation continues to be problematic for many students with the result being that parents receive aid-in-lieu payments instead…

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