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Monday News October 16

Congratulations to to Mrs. Perez's homeroom!  They won the " Donut Party"  for collecting the most bottles and cans for this month's Recycling Drive.

Thank you to all who donated to the American Cancer Society- Lee Denim Jeans Day.  The total amount raised was $1761.  " One Day; One Cause One Cure!"

October School Mass
The October school Mass is this Friday, October 20, at 10:00AM.  The celebrant will be Fr. Juan Gabriel, pastor of St Ladislaus Parish in South Norwalk.

Walk-a-thon Next Sunday
Our 7th Annual Walk-a-thon for Technology : "Trek for Tech"will be held at All Saints Catholic School  on Sunday, October 22 from 12:00- 2:00.  Come out and join us on the track to show your school spirit !  All walkers need to have a waiver which is available online or at the check in table. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and plan to have lunch with us! Food, drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.  There will be a raffle that day for VERY SPECIAL PRIZES!

Click here for Walk-a-thon information and to donate online!!  You can also drop off your donation at the school office!  Donate $25-$50 and participate in " Dress Down Week: October 23-27". Donate over $50 and receive one more on November 2.

It is our goal to raise enough money to replace the data cabinet and switches in our IT room.  Any additional monies collected will go toward installing new security cameras in the first floor hallways of the school. Any questions concerning the Walk-a-thon or to volunteer at the event, contact Denise Singewald at

Box Tops
Please send in Box Tops to your child's classroom by Friday, October 27.  The classroom with the largest amount of box tops collected by October 27 will win ice cream sandwiches.  Every box top helps us to reach our $1000 goal. Any questions contact Beth DiIorio (

Middle School Night at the Movies
"Middle School Night at the Movies" will be held on Friday, October 20, at 7 PM. Get a movie, popcorn, candy and a drink for only $5.00! The feature film is, "Hocus Pocus".  This is a student drop off event.  ASCS  middle school students only! Chaperoned by administrators and parents. Contact Sal Calise ( w/questions.

Halloween at ASCS
The  Middle School Halloween Dance will be held on Saturday, October 28, from 
7:00PM- 9:00PM in the school cafeteria . Tickets are now on sale for $10 in the school office. All middle school students  must have a permission slip (found here) to attend. The event is chaperoned by the administration and parents. Any questions, please call the school office. ASCS students only!

The Family Halloween Dance (grades PK-5) will take place 
on Friday evening, October 27 at 6:30pm. Information for the evening can be found here.

Halloween Parade
Our Halloween Parade will take place outside on the track on Tuesday, October 31.  The children will begin lining up in the school building at 12:45PM and walk once around the track at 1:00PM . Parents are invited to the parade. Please go directly to the track outside. ( In case of rain,  we will have the parade in the gym.) After the parade, the students ONLY will return to the classrooms. Dismissal will be at the normal time.

All students in grades PK- 8 may wear their costumes to school.  Middle School students may choose to either wear a costume or have a " Black and Orange" Dress Down Day. Be sure that your child's costume is comfortable for them to wear all day and to play in at recess. Costumes need to be appropriate for a Catholic School. Please: NO masks (make up is fine), NO props, NO weapons and NO "abbreviated"costumes.

The teachers will ask for help if they need it. For the most part, they will give their own small celebrations in their classrooms or in the cafeteria for the middle school. Please do not send in any treats to school unless you are specifically directed to do so by the teacher or room mothers. Please be respectful of this request. It will help the event flow smoother. Any questions concerning this event please contact the school office

Terra Nova Results
Grades 4-8 students will receive the results of their Terra Nova standardized tests (taken last March) in the mail this week. If you have any questions,  please contact your child's current teacher for clarification.

Thank you for participating in yet another successful recycling drive on Saturday. We collected approximately 3,000 cans and bottles. Those nickels add up quickly!

Sign Language Club will begin this Thursday in Mrs. Lombardi's room #114 until 3pm.

See you at the Walk-a-thon!

Mrs. Dunn
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