The Assumption Home School Association is comprised of all parents of students enrolled in Assumption School. The H.S.A. distributes the “Weekly Word” via e-mail to keep you informed of school activities and upcoming events throughout the school year. The Board is comprised of members who chair various activities throughout the year. A prime function of the Board is to coordinate essential fundraising events, including the Fall Benefit and Fashion Show. The officers of the H.S.A. are available to meet with parents upon request. All ideas and suggestions are welcomed.
The 2023 – 2024 H.S.A. Board consists of the following members:
Principal: Sister Merris Larkin
Pastor: Msgr. John Hart
President: Tiffany Srnensky
Secretary: Meredith Ricciardi
Treasurer: Corinne Karpack
For general Home School Association questions or suggestions, please contact: HSA@assumptionnj.org
Mike Keown – firstname.lastname@example.org
Valerie Gehm – email@example.com
Roy Zamora – firstname.lastname@example.org
Justine Barker – email@example.com
Melissa Brost – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dana De Fillipps – email@example.com
Christine Meszaros – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashley Kubiak – email@example.com
Megan Reynolds – firstname.lastname@example.org
Solena Porras – email@example.com
Alyse Puentes – firstname.lastname@example.org
Renee Travisano – email@example.com
Bethany Foullois – firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan Reynolds – email@example.com
Assumption Home School Association ways to get involved
Front Desk Volunteer (Morning/Afternoon): Assumption parent volunteers staff the desk in the lobby. Responsibilities include answering the phone, checking students in and out if arriving late or leaving early, checking in school visitors, delivering notes to teachers and other duties which help the main office staff. Hours for these shifts are as follows: morning 7:45am to 11:00am and afternoon 11:00am to 2:15pm. Please see Room Parent Coordinators.
Christmas Store: Christmas may come but once a year but our Christmas Store committee works year-round to make this day the most special day of the year at our school! Weekly crafting days are held on most Wednesdays from September through November and then again from March through June. There is absolutely no experience necessary for crafting – sometimes you’ll be painting simple wood pieces or even pulling price tags from items or wrapping gifts. There is something for everyone and children are always welcome at daytime craftings – there are snacks for all and toys and videos for the kids. The kids enjoy it and it is a fantastic way to spend a morning and meet other moms while lending a hand!
Oktoberfest Fall Fundraiser: Assumption’s Annual Fall Fundraiser, Oktoberfest, is the largest fundraiser of the year. It supports the entire HSA, as well as all school programs and capital improvements. This event is a huge undertaking and a great way to get involved and help the school. No matter where your strengths lie, you can find a place on an Oktoberfest committee. This event takes place at Assumption School, and showcases our FAMOUS Gift Auction. It is the do-not-miss event of the year.
Hospitality: Our Hospitality committee takes care of food and drinks for all of our events (Christmas store day, Enrichment, Teacher Appreciation) and also provides “Teacher Treats” on Monday mornings for the teachers. Helping out with Hospitality is great for moms with young kids who can’t spend time at school but who can bake (or buy!) something and drop it off for a special event or on a Monday morning (teacher treats).
Athletics: A lot of students participate in and enjoy our many Athletic programs. We are always in need of parent volunteers to coach or assist. If you have a favorite sport that you’d like to lend a hand with, please let us know. Even if your time is limited, we can use your help!
Enrichment: Our Enrichment committee plans assemblies for the students throughout the year and finishes up with Enrichment Day at the end of the school year. This is a really special day for the kids with a different theme each year. The kids have a ball and learn some new things (but don’t tell them that)! Specific sub-committees are formed later in the year and information is sent home regarding how to get involved. If you have ideas you’d like to share or questions, please contact us.
For general Home School Association questions or suggestions, please contact:
Thank you for your support of the Assumption Home School Association! We can’t do it without YOU!!