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Why the State Budget Matters to Our Families

The Governor’s Fiscal Year 2019 Budget cuts funding for nonpublic school programs. These losses directly affect our children’s health and safety and mean that we will have to do more with less or go without next year. Meanwhile, public school aid has been increased by $283MM.

Your voice can and will make a difference in the budget!

Visit the link below to use the Voter Voice system of the NJ Catholic Conference to tell Trenton to restore these budget cuts.

Marist Olympics

Congratulations to this year’s 7th grade Marist Olympics team! In the 10 years that ASCA has been participating in this yearly event, this is the first time ASCA has won a team trophy — these young men and women earned third place overall.  Individual winners are as follows:  Matthew McCabe, first place in Computers; Nicholas Herrmann, third place in Social Studies; Quincy De Leon and Gianluca Logan, second place in General Knowledge.  We are so proud of you!

Standing (left to right) Madison O’Neill, Ella Scarsi, Kevin McDonough, Emma Servodio, Ava DiLullo, Gianna Servodio, Isabella Barone, Gavin Skowronski, Vince Anonuevo, Jon Sumague.  Kneeling (left to right) Nicholas Herrmann, Quincy DeLeon, Jack Moran, Matthew McCabe, Gianluca Logan.

Pictured (left to right) are Matthew McCabe, Quincy DeLeon, Ella Scarsi, Ava DiLullo, Emma Servodio, Gianluca Logan, Gianna Servodio, Jack Moran, Gavin Skowronski, Vince Anonuevo, Kevin McDonough, Jon Sumague, Nicholas Herrmann, Madison O’Neill, and Isabella Barone.


ASCA Student Council and Safety Patrol Leadership Trip

On Wednesday, May 2nd, All Saints Catholic Academy’s Student Council with moderators Ms. Narese and Mrs. Molesky, and Safety Patrol with moderator Mrs. Cardino, visited New Jersey’s State House and Museum in Trenton, NJ, for their 5th Annual Leadership Trip. Students visited the State Assembly and Senate Chambers and learned how bills are introduced and become laws, age qualifications for various civic positions, how taxes are used to run state government, and the duties and responsibilities of good citizens who contribute to society. They were also able to explore some of New Jersey’s natural history including corals and dinosaurs. ASCA would like to thank  Mr. Stan Degroote and Melissa Kelly, their tour guides, for sharing their knowledge and love of the Garden State. See more photos of the trip here,


Possible NJ State Budget Cuts

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Governor Murphy wants to cut nursing services, technology, and transportation monies from non-public schools for next year.  There is time for us to respond and have this decision reversed.  Please go to this link to ask our legislators to restore this funding. It takes only a minute.  We need your support.  We can’t have All Saints Catholic Academy’s nursing services and technology allocation be diminished.


ASCA’s Outstanding Catholic Graduate

Congratulations to Christina Valenti, 8B, who has been named Outstanding Catholic School Graduate, Class of 2018.  This award is conferred upon one 8th grader from each Catholic elementary school in the Archdiocese of Newark.  Christina exemplifies Catholic values in word and action, and displays consistent, superior, academic achievement.

Pictured (left to right) are Rev. Msgr. Thomas P. Nydegger, Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia for the Archdiocese of Newark, Christina Valenti, and Dr. Margaret Dames, Secretary for Catholic Education and Superintendent of Schools.

Pictured with Msgr. Nydegger and Christina is Christina’s family.