We sent a team of 8th graders to compete at Roselle Catholic High School’s Academic Decathlon. We appreciate everyone’s participation and want to congratulate the students who were awarded trophies: Amory Garcia (2nd place, girls, Current Events); Francis Prekop (3rd place, boys, Current Events); John Mabra (3rd place, boys, History); Ryan Divan (1st place, boys, Math); Christian Santana (3rd place, boys, Religion); Madelyn Martinez (2nd place, girls, Science).
Front row (l-r): Olivia Marum, Amory Garcia, Julia Smith, Ava Farulla, Madelyn Martinez
Back row (l-r): Ryan Divan, Michael Russo-Alesi, Jerald Mirandilla, Christian Santana, Francis Prekop, Marianna Kiniery, Chad Santos, Alexandra Soliman, Eric Tonne, John Mabra
Our World’s Finest chocolate sale has ended. Thank you to all the families who participated in this fundraiser. Congratulations to our top sellers: Servodio, Lindquist, Piechocki, Eckert, Garcia, and Smith families,
On Friday, October 4, Sr. Rita and her faculty attended the Archdiocese of Newark’s annual beginning of the year Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark. At the end of Mass, three of our teachers were recognized for their years of service in Catholic education. Congratulations to Mrs. Gilson for her 30 years of teaching in the Archdiocese of Newark. Congratulations to Mrs. Gallagher and Mrs. Lynch for their respective 20 years of educating children in the Archdiocese of Newark. We thank you!
On Monday, October 7, we will be having a meeting for all parents whose children (in grades 3-8) are interested in participating in our basketball program this year. The meeting will be held in the gym at 6pm.
Information will be shared regarding our new league (Hudson County). Applications will be available. Please be aware that players in grades 6-8 will have to have a physical as part of their registration process. Packets are available from our nurses.
Beginning Monday, September 16, 2019, the grace period for dress code noncompliance will end. Students in Grades K-8 must be in full uniform. This includes wearing shoes or sneakers that are ALL BLACK. Please note that socks must also be ALL BLACK, free of logos of any kind. On gym days, students have the option to wear sneakers that are ALL WHITE. For more information on All Saints Catholic Academy’s Dress Code and Uniform Enforcement Policy, please click here.