Please consider baking for the AWC Cookie Walk that will be held on Saturday, December 3, 2016! We need 3-4 dozen holiday cookies; please place them in a disposable container that will not be able to be returned. Cookies can be dropped off with curbside delivery, at the gym off Clarence Avenue, during the following times: Friday, December 2, 4:30-6:30pm and Saturday, December 3, from 8-9:30 am.
To sign up, visit http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090b4fa8ae2ea6f58-cookie
Student Council is sponsoring an ice cream sale after school on Friday for $1. The money raised will be used towards purchasing a present for Father Larry. Shhhh!
Mrs. Douglass' homeroom tallied Ascension Schools' Soup-er Stadium Challenge Catholic Charities first food pick up.
Please continue to donate non perishable food items for a great cause!
Our 8th grade homeroom elected to help families affected by Hurricane Harvey by donating to the Texas Diaper Bank. Over the course of one week, anonymous donations from our homeroom to this treasure chest totaled $47.50. We aspired to follow Jesus by offering individual alms discreetly, without blowing a trumpet (Matthew, Chapter 6).
Please take a look in student backpacks this week for the Charleston Wrap Catalogs and Parent Welcome letter packet. The catalogs highlight the high quality wrapping paper you need for the year and have over 500 unique gift items. The Charleston Wrap Fundraiser is Ascension Home and School’s major fundraising effort for the school year. READ MORE
Ms. Burns presided over her 20th Run-a-Thon Awards Assembly today! Many THANKS to the Run-a-Thon Committee for all the planning, organizing, presenting, and collecting. Congratulations to all runners for helping support our fine school, and also to those whose achievements were tops in their class. Go Chargers!
The kindergarten classes held their annual lemonade sale on May 12. The sale was in the Kindergarten Room, and parents, teachers and guests enjoyed lemonade and cookies. All proceeds will benefit Ascension's ASP (Appalachian Service Project).
Support our Lenten Project! A group of sixth-grade girls, with the help of Ms. Makowski, art teacher, designed and created Ascension-themed decals ($1/$5) that were sold at the girls’ volleyball games on Monday, April 3rd. The funds raised by this sale will be donated to the Parish’s “Trees that Feed” Lenten project.
Attached is a flyer highlighting Manna Spring Break Travel Promotions on several certificates.
If your family is planning to travel for Spring Break, please consider supporting the Shopping Certificate Program and helping Ascension School.