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Monday News February 25, 2019

Thursday News 2/21/19
Congratulations to John Markow ( ASCS '15) and Sean Rogers (ASCS '18)! They made the honor roll for the first semester at Fairfield College Preparatory School.

Thank you to all those who worked so hard to make our annual "Guys and Dolls Dance" a success. It is a special occasion every year!

Cash Raffle
The All Saints Catholic School Home School Association is sponsoring its 10th Annual Cash Raffle! Tickets are on sale now. First prize is $5000; Second Prize is $2500; Third Prize is $1500 and Fourth prize is $1000. Tickets are $25 each and only 2000 tickets will be sold. This is one of the mandatory fundraisers. If you have not participated in the $200 opt-out, you are required to buy/sell four raffle tickets. The Cash Raffle drawing will be held on March 23rd, 2019 at All Saints.

To purchase raffle tickets, send in the completed ticket request form with payment and your ticket (s) will be mailed to you.

Cash Raffle Volunteers
The Cash Raffle committee will be meeting every Friday morning at drop off through March 22nd to organize the raffle tickets. If you are available any Friday morning for one hour and are Virtus-trained, you are very welcome! Great way to get involved and meet new friends! Any questions? Please contact Janet Mitchell -

Iowa Tests
The IOWA Tests of Basic Skills and COGAT Cognitive Abilities Tests will be administered to all students in grades 1-7 of the Diocese of Bridgeport (including All Saints Catholic School ) beginning Monday, March 12. Grades 2, 4, 6 and 7 will take the IOWA's and grades 1, 3, and 5 will take the COGATS. The areas tested are reading, writing, and math. The results of these tests will become part of your child's permanent record. The tests, given over a span of two weeks, test your child 's critical thinking skills and will give us valuable information about your child's strengths and weaknesses in language arts and math. They will also assist the administration and teachers in assessing our curriculum maps to inform instruction. It is important that your child eats a good breakfast and gets plenty of rest during testing time. It is also important that your child is on time for school each day. Any questions concerning testing can be directed to the assistant principal, Ms.Licare

Family Bible Challenge
Bishop Caggiano has announced The Family Bible Challenge and is looking for 1,000 families to join him in engaging with Scripture this Lent. Every family will receive up to two Bibles, a weekly passage to read and reflect upon as a family, and an invitation to play online trivia each week. Only 900 spaces remain. Sign up or learn more by clicking here.

Bishop's Scholarship Fund-Deadline 3/15
Every family is a valued member of our school community. Tuition assistance is available through the Bishop's Scholarship Fund to those who apply and qualify. The application process is now open . Deadline to apply is March 15. Please visit the school website for information. If you have any questions, please contact the school office to set up an appointment to discuss ways to continue to make Catholic education happen for your family.

Harlem Wizards Tickets
The Harlem Wizards Game has been rescheduled for Wednesday , March 27, at 6:30PM. Tickets purchased for January 30 will be honored that night. Additional tickets are for sale online now.

After School Club Sports Session 4
Session 4 will offer: Monday Dodgeball, Tuesday Floor hockey, Wed K-2 Gym games, and Thursday Middle school volleyball. Click here to sign up today! Any questions, please contact Mr. Fielding at

Recycling Drive 3/16
A Recycling Drive will be held at All Saints on Saturday, March 16, from 9:00am - 1:00pm. Please bring your recyclable bottles and cans. All proceeds go toward the maintenance of the school playground.

Early Dismissal 3/11
There will be an early dismissal on March 11. It is an in-service day for teachers. Dismissal for preschool is at 11:30AM. Dismissal for everyone else is at 11:45AM. The afterschool program will be held for working parents until 5:45 PM.

Be well and God bless!

Mrs. Dunn
Backyard BBQ News
Please join us on March 23, 2019 at 7pm for our 2019 Spring Fundraiser "Backyard BBQ", giving us a taste of summer in the midst of March! It promises to be a great party, a chance to connect with friends (and maybe make some new ones), all while supporting our wonderful school. This is an adults only (21+) event.
There will be delicious BBQ, music, silent and live auctions, backyard games, cash raffle,  and you heard correctly, a mechanical bull! This promises to be a great party, so we hope you can make it. A fun, adult night out is always a good thing and all proceeds benefit All Saints.
Dress is casual, jeans are encouraged! The food is included in the ticket price, but beverages are BYOB so bring for yourself and some to share. Last day to purchase tickets is March 15th! Click here to purchase your tickets. 

All class donations for the "Backyard BBQ" Spring Fundraiser are due by Friday, March 1st! The room moms are coordinating this collection, so please send your donation in by Friday, The recommended minimum donation is $10. This helps us with our class creations (which will be auctioned off) and also helps cover the teachers' tickets to attend. Thank you for your generosity!  All proceeds will benefit All Saints!
Summer Camps at ASCS
Looking for something fun for your child for the summer? We are offering several options right here at All Saints. 

Art of Painting and Music Camp
For children ages 4 and 5, where they will explore a variety of musical styles from classical, to jazz, to pop music while transforming melodies, rhythms and emotions into a little masterpiece full of color using different techniques and paint appropriate for their age. At the end of each week, we will have an art show with their work.
Click here for dates and registration information.  

Summer Arts and Sports Camp
For children entering grades 1-5. This program is designed to get students to tap into their creative side with arts and crafts, as well as becoming physically active while taking part in gym games and sports. The focus will be on using each individual students creative ability to work on fun, hands on DIY projects. They will also learn to show good sportsmanship, cooperation, and how to be a team player through a variety of games and sports. 

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