The Sentinel – March 25, 2015

Principal’s Message

Last evening we welcomed the DFE Visiting Team to All Saints at a reception that began at 6:00 p.m. in the Parish Activity Center.  As part of the festivities, we showcased the mission and culture of our school through a video presentation as well as an encore performance of Saints Alive.  Dressed in the likeness of particular saints, members of the 8th grade class posed as statues in the courtyard, coming to life for our visitors and presenting one minute monologues.  I am very proud of these young people for their outstanding example and for the time that they invested in preparing for the Opening Ceremony.  I could not think of a better way for us to begin the week of visitation than by having our students provide such a compelling witness of faith and learning.  Thank you, Mr. Tessier, middle school religion and theater arts teacher, for coaching and guiding the students in preparation for the event.

The following is a list of students who participated in the Saints Alive presentation.

Clara Bennett (Blessed Teresa? ? of Calcutta)?

Natalie Collier (St.Kateri Tekawitha)

?Elena Mirus (St. Therese of Lisieux)

?Hannah Pell (?St. Margaret Mary Alocoque)?

?Annaliese Tamke (?St. Bernadette)?

Mary Tran (?St. Joan of Arc)

Alex Chavarria (?St. Dominic Savio)?

Lance Coleman (?St. ?Paul)

Ellis Colvin (?St. Leo the Great)?

Cameron Meyer (?St. ?Ig?natius of Anti?och)?

?Trey Campagna (Tour Guide)

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On Saturday morning, 259 people of all ages gathered in the courtyard for the annual Running with the Saints 5K, our largest turnout ever for this event.  It was great to see students, teachers, parents, parishioners, and local members of the community all joining together in support of our school.  This year we had several “shepherds” guiding the flock through the streets of Manassas, including both Fr. Lee and Fr. Bob.  A particularly memorable moment was seeing Fr. Juan leading the pack in his decorated recumbent bike!

I want to take a moment to thank Mrs. Joan Coleman, Mrs. Penny Starrs and Mrs. Wendy Comeau for once again coordinating the race and the numerous volunteers who provided such great support.  Their attention to the many important details behind the scenes ensured a safe and enjoyable experience for all of the participants. I also wish to thank Mr. Jim Switzer for his assistance with sound and music, Mrs. Amy Godeaux for her beautiful rendition of the National Anthem, and Mrs. Lucia Bruno for helping to get all of the runners warmed up for the race.

If you have any feedback or questions about the Running With the Saints 5K, please contact the committee at info@runningwiththesaints.org and visit our website at www.runningwiththesaints.org.

10th Annual Race for Education

Thank you to all the parents and middle school students who gathered last week to help prep the Race for Education mailers. Our school mailed over 6,000 mailers to 48 states, 2 US territories: Guam & Philippines, and 9 countries: Australia, Canada, France, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Mexico, and UK. All Saints is covering the globe!

Soon the donations will begin to arrive at the school and we are looking for parent volunteers to help with our record keeping by processing the Race mailers at the school. We will meet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at various time. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up through this Volunteer Spot link:  http://vols.pt/4UBVxk  Make sure to comment on the hours you are available and know that any amount of time will be greatly appreciated.

If you have any questions about the Race for Education, please contact Mrs. Marjorie Collins or Mrs. Liz Stogran at: racefored@allsaintsvaschool.org

Family Science Night

On Tuesday, March 31, 2015, the National Center for Earth and Space Science Education (NCESSE; http://ncesse.org) and the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum will be holding a Family Science Night.  It is a school field trip to the Museum for families, after the close of normal hours, just for the parents, students, and educators from Arlington Diocese.  The idea is to provide a family learning experience in the space sciences that are taught in the classroom.  Please see the Family Science Nigh Invitation linked below for more information.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

Kindergarten Openings for 2015-16

We currently have a few spots remaining in our Kindergarten Program for the 2015-2016 school year. This is a great opportunity for families in our community who may be hoping to send their child to All Saints but have heard that openings are limited due to high demand.  Please invite families who may be interested in the Kindergarten program to contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio at (703) 393-1490 or jdeugenio@allsaintsva.org for more information.  Current families who refer families into our program may earn up to $400.00 in tuition credit through our New Student Referral Program!

Terra Nova Testing Countdown ~ 4 Weeks!

As the week of standardized testing approaches, parents are asked to avoid scheduling appointments from Monday, April 20th – Tuesday, April 28th so that each student may participate in the testing as scheduled.

VIRTUS  Training Update

A 30-minute video “Keeping the Promise Alive” is a review of the warning signs of abuse and the steps we can take to keep our children safe that is required by our Diocese every year for all clergy, employees and any volunteers who have contact with children.

This valuable reminder will be presented on Wednesday, April 8th at 7:00PM in Meeting Room 1 and on Tuesday, May 5th at 7:00PM in Meeting Room 2.   We are requesting that you register in advance by contacting Janet Smith at jsmith@allsaintsva.org or by phone at (703) 393-2158.

Spotlight Theatre & Art Summer Camps this July- Registration Open

Available for all age groups, these Theatrical & Artistic one week camps are taught by area Catholic professionals involved in arts education.  Directed by All Saints Youth & Theatre Ministry Director, Rob Tessier, Spotlight on the Arts features Camp Broadway, Drama Bootcamp, Arts & Crafts Fun Camp, Art Explorer Camp, and Creative Kids Everything Camp.  Camp locations are at Nativity Parish in Burke, All Saints in Manassas, & OLGC in Vienna.  Registrations are now open with a an Early-Bird special available through Tax Day!  To Register online or learn more, go to www.SpotlightSummerCamps.com

3rd Annual Kid Stuff Sale and More….

Please join us for our 3rd Annual Kid Stuff Sale and More…. sponsored by MARCH homeschool and K of C Squire Roses to benefit AAA Women for Choice on Saturday, April 11, from 7am-12noon at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 9290 Stonewall Rd. Manassas.  Maternity, infant, child, and teen clothing, shoes, baby equipment, furniture, toys, books, and more will be priced to sell!  We are also gratefully accepting tax-deductible donated items from parishioners who want to support this worthy cause.  Please contact Mary Lewandowski, res19qf7@verizon.net or at 703-335-7471 or Kelley Witter, kelleywitter@yahoo.com or at 703-257-5619 for more information.  (Any remaining merchandise will be given to a charitable organization)

Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 26th            

  • Stations of the Cross – Grades 3-5 (2:15 p.m.)

Friday, March 27th                 

  • Mass & Virtues Ceremony (8:30 a.m.)
  • Noon Dismissal (Presentation of DFE Summary Report)

Saturday, March 28th             

  • Garwood Whaley Band Festival
  • CYO Banquet (Grades 3-5 from 12:00-2:00 p.m. & Grades 6-8 from 3:00-5:00 p.m.)

Tuesday, March 31st               

  • Yearbook Orders Due

Wednesday, April 1st              

  • Spring Pictures (Students Wear Uniforms for Class Pictures)
  • Parent Portal Closes at 3:00 p.m. for Report Card Prep

Thursday, April 2nd                

  • Holy Thursday Prayer Service (Church/9:30 a.m.)
  • 7th Grade Passion Play (PAC/10:45 a.m.)
  • End of Third Quarter
  • Noon Dismissal

Friday, April 3rd                     

  • Holiday – Good Friday

Monday, April 6th                   

  • Week of Easter Holiday

 

Coming Home with Each Student Today

  • Spring Picture Order Forms

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Thank You 5K Sponsors

The rain (and snow) held off, and we had a terrific showing for our 2015 PTO Running with the Saints 5K on Saturday, March 21st. The event was made complete with participation by Father Lee, a return trip to the event by Father Bob, a visit by the Chick-fil-A cow, and the designation of Father Juan as the official race starter in his souped-up adult tricycle.

For complete race results, please see the following link: 2015 Running with the Saints – Race Results

We are so thankful for all of the students, school families, priests, faculty and staff, parishioners, and special guests who spent their morning with us during this wonderful community event. At the top of our list, we want to thank our generous sponsors who helped make the Running with the Saints 5K a success and members of our amazing PTO race committee led by Joan Coleman.

Please join us in thanking our 2015 Running with the Saints Race Sponsors:

Silver Medal Sponsors
Bridge Title – Patrick O’Neill
CrossFit Prominent
The Manassas Law Group, P.C.
Skate N Fun Zone

Bronze Medal Sponsors

Bounce Mania
The Bigger the Better Canine Camp
Caring Hands Animal Hospital
Chick-Fil-A Signal Hill
Nationwide Insurance – Leslie Corrigan
Erie Insurance – Frank Spicer
Fauquier Bank
Olde Towne Pediatrics
The Running Store
Smilez
Sporting Smiles Pediatric Dentistry & Family Orthodontics
State Farm Insurance – John Goldsmith
U Can
WDP & Associates

Friends of the 5K
Anytime Fitness
Camille Karcher, LPC, PLLC
City Tavern
Dunkin Donuts
Rebounderz
Seasons Services, Inc.
Battlefield Roofing Company

The Sentinel – March 18, 2015

 

Principal’s Message

Occurring only once every six years, next week All Saints Catholic School will host the Design for Excellence Visiting Team which is tasked with completing a thorough evaluation of our school.  In addition to offering commendations and identifying goals for future improvements, the team will provide a recommendation regarding our status as an accredited school.  From an institutional perspective, this is one of the most significant moments in the life of our school community.  However, it is with great confidence that we welcome this team of professional educators.

This week I would like to share with you some of the highlights of the visit.

Tuesday, March 24thThe Visiting Team will arrive at 4:00 p.m. and complete an orientation and a tour of the facilities.  We will officially welcome the team to our school community during the Opening Reception.  In addition to the faculty and staff, the reception will be attended by our pastor and parish leadership, members of the Office of Catholic Schools, the Parish Finance Council, and representatives of the PTO Executive Board.

We are pleased that members of the 8th Grade Class of 2015 will also join us for an encore presentation of Saints Alive, a celebration of our Feast Day during which each student will recite a brief biographical sketch while dressed in the likeness of a particular saint.  The students will be prepositioned in the courtyard as “statues”, coming to life and sharing their stories as the Visiting Team enjoys a guided tour.

Wednesday, March 25thInterviews of faculty and staff members as well as the pastor and PTO President; classroom observations

Thursday, March 26thInterviews of faculty and staff members as well as the principal and SCA President; classroom observations

Friday, March 27thSchool Mass at 8:30 a.m. followed by the Virtues Ceremony and a noon dismissal. At 12:30 p.m. the Visiting Team will present to the faculty and staff a summary report.

The faculty and staff have worked with great commitment and a generous spirit throughout the year to prepare for the upcoming week.  More importantly, they have labored with tremendous dedication over the course of years to create the legacy that is All Saints.  Next week is our opportunity to truly showcase the gift that our school is to the parish and surrounding community!

Kindergarten Openings for 2015-16

We currently have a few spots remaining in our Kindergarten Program for the 2015-2016 school year. This is a great opportunity for families in our community who may be hoping to send their child to All Saints but have heard that openings are limited due to high demand.  Please invite families who may be interested in the Kindergarten program to contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio at (703) 393-1490 or jdeugenio@allsaintsva.org for more information.  Current families who refer families into our program may earn up to $400.00 in tuition credit through our New Student Referral Program!

February Virtue of the Month Winners

Congratulations to the following students who were recognized last week for their outstanding example of the Virtue of Honesty during the month of February.

Addison Croson (PK1) Orla Haggerty (2B) Jacob Ullman (6B)
Abbie Comeau (PK2) Ivana Alakroush (3A) Adrienne Solano (7A)
Alexa Singson (PK3) Angelina Yann (3B) Noah Castle (7A)
Luke Rebholz (K1) Grace McVey (4A) Bianca Misterio (7B)
Dane Grill (K2) Jack Pora (4B) Olivia Woolfrey (8A)
Luke Valliere (1A) Maximilian Volk (5A) Vanessa Morgan (8B)
Giovanni Parada (1B) Juan Santos (5B)
Stephan Solano (2A) Michael Dominguez (6A)

Catholic Cup Religion Bee

Last Thursday class representatives from grades four through eight competed in the annual Catholic Cup Religion Bee, an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of the faith.  Congratulations to Jack Tessier (8B) who won first place and to Elena Mirus (8A) who placed second. The following is the list of class champions who participated in this exciting event.

Seli Agbolosu-Amison (4A) Kyle Da Re (6B)
Moira Haggerty (4B) Eirian Crocker (7A)
Chloe Davies (5A) Zachary Mills (7B)
Lilibeth Byers (5B) Elena Mirus (8A)
Maddy Vo (6A) Jack Tessier (8B)

Prayers & Pennies Outreach

Thanks to the generosity of our students, a total of $1,741.85 was raised through the recent Prayers and Pennies project sponsored by the Student Council Association to benefit Leukemia research.

The following is a list of the winning classes of the grade level competitions:

K1 3A 6B
1A 4A 7A
2A 5A 8B

Congratulations to the students in the 4th grade who contributed a total of $318.70, winning the grand prize for this year’s competition!

Spirit Event ~ Captain Pell’s Crab House

Are you tired of grilled cheese, spaghetti with no meat, and cheese pizza?  Well, come over to Captain Pell’s Crabhouse and enjoy some great seafood!  Let some of your favorite teachers help you kick the Friday humdrum.  They will be serving up the best on March 20th.  You might even see some special invited guests while you are there. You can choose to eat in or carryout at this great kid-friendly establishment.  Simply mention that you attend All Saints Catholic School and 15% of your purchase will be donated to our school!  What a delicious way to give back during the Lenten season.  Let’s come together and give back to our great school!

Junior Achievement Program

This year the Junior Achievement program has been extended to include the middle school.  Volunteers are needed for each classroom.  To sign up follow the Volunteer Spot link: http://vols.pt/5qQPGR . If you have any questions, please contact Kat Champney at kat.champney@gmail.com.

What is Junior Achievement?

Junior Achievement Junior Achievement motivates students to develop the skills needed to experience the realities and opportunities of the 21st-century global marketplace; developing the confidence to enter the workforce and contribute to economic growth.

Our program curriculum fosters work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy skills, utilizing experiential learning to inspire kids to dream big and reach their potential. This year, over 53,000
students in Greater Washington will participate in Junior Achievement programs.

VIRTUS  Training Update

A 30-minute video “Keeping the Promise Alive” is a review of the warning signs of abuse and the steps we can take to keep our children safe that is required by our Diocese every year for all clergy, employees and any volunteers who have contact with children.

This valuable reminder will be presented on Wednesday, April 8th at 7:00PM in Meeting Room 1 and on Tuesday, May 5th at 7:00PM in Meeting Room 2.   We are requesting that you register in advance by contacting Janet Smith at jsmith@allsaintsva.org or by phone at (703) 393-2158.

3rd Annual Kid Stuff Sale and More….

Please join us for our 3rd Annual Kid Stuff Sale and More…. sponsored by MARCH homeschool and K of C Squire Roses to benefit AAA Women for Choice on Saturday, April 11, from 7am-12noon at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 9290 Stonewall Rd. Manassas.  Maternity, infant, child, and teen clothing, shoes, baby equipment, furniture, toys, books, and more will be priced to sell!  We are also gratefully accepting tax-deductible donated items from parishioners who want to support this worthy cause.  Please contact Mary Lewandowski, res19qf7@verizon.net or at 703-335-7471 or Kelley Witter, kelleywitter@yahoo.com or at 703-257-5619 for more information.  (Any remaining merchandise will be given to a charitable organization)

High School News

Bishop O’Connell – United States Service Academy Night

United States Service Academy Night will be held at Bishop O’Connell High School at 7PM on March 26, 2015 in the high school auditorium.  Representatives from the following academies will be on sight:  United States Military Academy (West Point, NY), Unites States Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD), United States Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs CO), U.S, Coast Guard Academy (New London, CT) and the United States Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point, NY).  Also, Ms. Sharon E. Stark, District Director, Office of Congressman Gerald E. Connoly, will discuss the appointment process, emphasizing that there some differences in the process with other congressional jurisdictions.

Each service academy and Ms. Stark will present a 10 minute PowerPoint presentation in the auditorium followed by breakout sessions for questions and answers.  There will be an opportunity for participants to attend up to three 20 minute break out sessions. Academy representatives will have information brochures and other handouts available for the participants.

Please RSVP to Dr. Stabile no later than March 23, 2015at dstabile@bishopoconnell.org, and for questions 703 599-6942 or 703 237-1413.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

Terra Nova Testing Countdown ~ 5 Weeks!

As the week of standardized testing approaches, parents are asked to avoid scheduling appointments from Monday, April 20th – Tuesday, April 28th so that each student may participate in the testing as scheduled.

Upcoming Events

Friday, March 20th

  • School Mass (8:30 a.m.)
  • Spirit Event: Captain Pell’s (3:00-9:00 p.m.)
  • 8th Grade Confirmation Retreat

Saturday, March 21st

  • 3rd Annual Running with the Saints 5K (8:15 a.m.)

Tuesday, March 24th

  • Cafeteria Closed – Each student should bring a lunch and drink
  • DFE Visiting Team arrives

Thursday, March 26th

  • Stations of the Cross – Grades 3-5 (2:15 p.m.)

Friday, March 27th

  • Mass & Virtues Ceremony (8:30 a.m.)
  • Noon Dismissal (Presentation of DFE Summary Report)

Saturday, March 28th

  • Garwood Whaley Band Festival
  • CYO Banquet (Grades 3-5 from 12:00-2:00 p.m. & Grades 6-8 from 3:00-5:00 p.m.)

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The Sentinel – March 11, 2015

Principal’s Message

Around the early part of February the thought occurred to me that, perhaps, we would pass through the entire winter season without any measurable snow.  Nothing could have been further from the truth as the late arriving “clippers” and “nor-easters” lined up and impacted our schedule for several weeks in a row.

At this time, while it is not necessary to add instructional days during the week of Easter or at the end of the year beyond those already built into the calendar, we will be extending school to 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 5th rather than dismissing at noon.  With this minor adjustment, we will meet the diocesan calendar requirements for this year.  The final day of school remains Tuesday, June 16th.  Graduation will take place at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 12th.

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As we approach the close of the school year, I’d like to share some news regarding changes in staffing as we plan for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Mrs. Thompson, our music teacher, has decided that she will not return next year so that she can stay at home with her soon to be born baby.  We thank her for her creativity in the classroom and for all that she did this past year to provide an engaging learning environment for our students.

Mrs. Gaubert, one of our middle school math teachers, will be relocating to Baton Rouge this summer.  Originally from Louisiana, the opportunity to return to her home state will allow her to be closer to her family.  We thank her for her enthusiasm and efforts during her years at All Saints and wish her every success and blessing during her time of transition.

After nearly four decades of teaching excellence at All Saints, Mrs. Lewis has decided that she will begin her retirement at the end of this year.  Having touched the hearts and minds of more than a thousand students during her time in our community, Mrs. Lewis is truly a legacy in our school and deeply admired by faculty, staff, students and parents, past and present.  We look forward to recognizing and thanking her for her many years of devoted service at a community-wide gathering at the end of the school year.  Look for details on this special event in the months ahead!

Middle School Student Invited to State Competition!

Congratulations to Kyle Da Re (6th grade), who after winning our school-wide Geography Bee, completed a written test and has now been selected to participate in the Virginia State Geography Bee.  We wish Kyle every success and blessing in this prestigious event!

Statewide Tornado Drill

On Tuesday, March 17th All Saints will participate in a statewide tornado drill at 9:45 a.m.  This drill will provide an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to practice our emergency response in the event of an unstable weather pattern.

10th Annual Race for Education

The 10th annual Race for Education is just a few months away on Thursday, May 7, 2015!  Mark your calendars now to come cheer on our students as they run to raise money for St. Jude’s and our school!

There are two opportunities coming up for Volunteers who have completed the background check and are VIRTUS certified to help with the Race and earn points for parents.

1)  On March 17th, 18th, & 19thwe will gather after school in Meeting Room 2 from 3-5 pm to prepare the Race mailers before they are mailed.  All parents are welcome to help on any of these days to earn points for parents.  Any qualified parents who are interested in volunteering can sign up through our Volunteer Spot link at: http://vols.pt/M9sBXB

All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students can earn service hours by helping any of these days.  Permission slips were sent home this week and a link is provided below.  Please return the permission slips to the front office by Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

2)  The Race for Education will begin its Record Keeping on March 31, 2015. Volunteers will meet during school hours to process donations that come into the school.  Stay tuned for more information to come.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Race for Education in any way, please contact Marjorie Collins or Liz Stogran at racefored@allsaintsvaschool.org.

Spirit Event ~ Captain Pell’s Crab House

Are you tired of grilled cheese, spaghetti with no meat, and cheese pizza?  Well, come over to Captain Pell’s Crabhouse and enjoy some great seafood!  Let some of your favorite teachers help you kick the Friday humdrum.  They will be serving up the best on March 20th.  You might even see some special invited guests while you are there.  You can choose to eat in or carryout at this great kid-friendly establishment.  Simply mention that you attend All Saints Catholic School and 15% of your purchase will be donated to our school!  What a delicious way to give back during the Lenten season.  Let’s come together and give back to our great school!

Spotlight Theatre & Art Summer Camps this July- Registration Open

Available for all age groups, these Theatrical & Artistic one week camps are taught by area Catholic professionals involved in arts education.  Directed by All Saints Youth & Theatre Ministry Director, Rob Tessier, Spotlight on the Arts features Camp Broadway, Drama Bootcamp, Arts & Crafts Fun Camp, Art Explorer Camp, and Creative Kids Everything Camp.  Camp locations are at Nativity Parish in Burke, All Saints in Manassas, & OLGC in Vienna.  Registrations are now open with a an Early-Bird special available through Tax Day!  To Register online or learn more, go to www.SpotlightSummerCamps.com

HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

John Paul Open House

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School will host their Spring Open House on Thursday, March 19 from 4 – 6pm. Designed for younger students who want to preview high school, but all are welcome to attend. Meet JP teachers and students. Presentation at 4:15pm in the Theater. Applications for admission and financial aid are still being accepted for the 2015-2016 school year.

Pre-registrations welcome: www.jpthegreat.org or admissions@jpthegreat.org.

Paul VI Catholic High School

Paul VI Catholic High School will hold their Chili Cook-off on Sunday, March 22th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm in the PVI cafeteria.  There will be LIVE Music – games for the little ones and GREAT CHILI submitted by PVI friends and families.  Judges are from local Restaurants, special guests, PVI Administration and our very own Father Kelly!  Proceeds will support our Mission Team going to Bánica:  45 students will travel this June to work along-side the people of Bánica. All donations are welcome and appreciated ($8.00 per person donation suggested).  If you would like to submit a pot of chili please contact Campusminsitry@paulvi.net

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

Professional Development Day ~ No School on Monday, March 16th

On Monday, March 16th our teachers will participate in a diocesan-wide day of professional development.  For this reason, there will be no classes or Extended Day Program that day.

Terra Nova Testing Countdown ~ 6 Weeks!

As the week of standardized testing approaches, parents are asked to avoid scheduling appointments from Monday, April 20th – Tuesday, April 28th so that each student may participate in the testing as scheduled.

Field Day

Field Day has been scheduled for Monday, May 18th and will once again take place on the grounds of Linton Hall School.  Mark your calendars now and plan to attend this wonderful day of fun and fellowship for our students.

Tuition Assistance Applications for 2015-2016 – Deadline of Monday, March 16th

Applications for Tuition Assistance for the 2015-2016 academic year are now available.  Again this year the Diocese of Arlington has partnered with FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment Company.  FACTS has established an on-line application process that can be initiated through the company website (http://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3Q327)

The due dates for applications and supporting documentation for Elementary Schools is March 16, 2015.

Please note that all applications and supporting documentation must be received by FACTS rather than postmarked by the dates listed above.  Applications are not complete until FACTS has received all of the supporting documentation.  Only those families who are verified by FACTS as having submitted all of the required supporting documentation will be eligible for diocesan tuition assistance.

Should you have any questions or concerns about the application process, please do not hesitate to contact a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1-866-441-4637 or our school office.

Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 12th             

  • Confessions – 4B (9:15 a.m.)
  • Catholic Cup Religion Bee (PAC/10:00 a.m.)
  • Enrollment Management Team Meeting (7:00 p.m.)

Friday, March 13th                 

  • School Mass & Virtues Ceremony (8:30 a.m.)
  • Confessions – 3A (9:30 a.m.)
  • 8th Grade Confirmation Retreat

Saturday, March 14th             

  • Diocesan Job Fair (Paul VI High School/9:00-11:00 a.m.)

Monday, March 16th               

  • Holiday – Professional Development Day
  • Tuition Assistance Application Deadline

Tuesday, March 17th               

  • NJHS sponsored St. Patrick’s Dress Down Day
  • State-wide Tornado Drill (9:45 a.m.)

Wednesday, March 18th          

  • Confessions – 3B (9:15 a.m.)
  • Peace & Justice Players sponsored Lenten Soup Lunch
  • Stations of the Cross – Grades 6-8 (2:15 p.m.)
  • PTO sponsored Lenten Soup Supper (PAC/5:00 – 7:00 p.m.)
  • 8th Grade Graduation Parent Meeting (FKH/7:00 p.m.)

Friday, March 20th                 

  • School Mass (8:30 a.m.)
  • Spirit Event: Captain Pell’s (3:00-9:00 p.m.)
  • 8th Grade Confirmation Retreat

Saturday, March 21st              

  • 3rd Annual Running with the Saints 5K

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