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Monday News 9/25/17

A Message from the Principal 

High School Fair
Tomorrow is our "High School Fair" for grades 7 and 8 at 9:15AM in the school cafeteria. Representatives from local Catholic, private and public schools will be on hand to meet with our students to answer questions and hand out information about their respective schools. It is never too early for middle school families to begin thinking about the " next step" in their child's education. Thank you to our guidance counselor, Mrs. Corrente, for organizing this event.

Fall Festival this Sunday
Our Fall Festival will be held this Sunday, October 1, from 12 to 3 on the front lawn. We will have flowers, pumpkins, baked goods and a farmer's market as well as games ,prizes and food. Come join us!

Fun at Mr. Frosty's
Thanks to everyone that came out to Mr. Frosty's on Friday night - We had a record turn-out, and loved seeing so many old and new friends get together for dinner and ice cream! Thanks for making time to join us, especially during this busy time of year.

Denim Dress Down Day to Support Breast Cancer Research
GET YOUR JEANS & PINK ON! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. For the sixth year, All Saints Catholic School students, faculty and staff will be participating in Denim Day to support the American Cancer Society. Our participation in this nationwide event helps to provide breast cancer screenings, hope and care to those traveling for treatment, and invests in groundbreaking research to discover causes and cures for the disease. Many members of our ASCS family have been impacted by breast cancer. Together, we can make a difference! ONE DAY - ONE CAUSE - ONE CURE. Requested Donation: Student $2 Faculty/ Staff $5
Donations can be made online

Early Dismissal Friday 10/6
October 6 is an early dismissal day for all students. This is an in-service day for the faculty. Dismissal is at 11:30AM for preschool and 11:45AM for grades K-8. Please be on time for pick up. The after school program will be available for working parents until 5:45 PM. 

Walk-a-thon 10/22
Our 7th Annual Walk-a-thon for Technology : "Trek for Tech" will be held at All Saints Catholic School on Sunday, October 22 at 12:00 noon. Details coming in this Thursday's news!

Violin Lessons at ASCS
Violin lessons are available. Please click here for all of the information. 

E-News and Communications
It is important that all parents check their email and the school's website on a daily basis. This is our means of communication of important information to parents. If you know anyone who has not signed up for email updates, please encourage them to do so by visiting the school website and signing up for the "Weekly News".

In an effort to be as paperless as possible, all forms regarding student activities and clubs can be found on the school website. Please click on "Student Life" and you will find them all there. We look forward to seeing your children participate in our extra activities.

If you have some good news to share about your child's accomplishments outside of school , please email me so we can include them in the weekly news. A picture would be great! 

Fall Dress Code Begins Monday 10/2
Friday is the last day for wearing the navy uniform shorts. Everyone is expected to be in the full dress uniform going forward as of Monday.

Please check the school handbook to be sure you are in compliance with the school dress code. Unfortunately, we still have a handful of people who are not compliant. Please get on board! Your cooperation is expected.

Leadership Conference
This Thursday and Friday, September 28-29 , I will join the Superintendent and principals of the Diocese of Bridgeport for the Annual Administrators Leadership Conference in Lakeville,CT. Ms. Licare, our assistant principal, will be in charge of the building in my absence. She will be available to assist you in case an emergency arises.

Looking forward to seeing you all at the fall festival on Sunday!

Mrs. Dunn
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