All posts by Diane Creswick

Honoring Our Heroes

img_1573-1On Monday, November 7th, All Saints Catholic Academy celebrated Veterans Day with an assembly honoring the Veterans in our community. God Bless our Veterans and God Bless America!

To View the video tribute honoring our ASCA Heroes, click on the photo above.

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ASCA Update!


  •  ASCA students attended mass on Tuesday, November 1, the Feast Day of All Saints.  A representative from each class spoke about the patron saint of their homeroom.  Many classes also involved the students in projects and activities to commemorate our feast day, All Saints Day.
  • All students attended an assembly themed “Friendliness” which was the word of the month for October.  The Spirit Club performed skits about friendliness, and students watched a slide show about friendship in action at ASCA prepared by Miss Creswick.   Students of the month who best demonstrated Friendliness to others are:  Daniel Fernandez, Veronica Kolta, Travis Moise, Alison Westbury, Riley Villa, Matthew Largmann, Evianna Scheper, Ryan Magdalena, Pia Bustamante, Mason McCrosson, Miriam Youssef, Brady Traba, Isabella Scheper, Andrei Fernandez, Connor WEening, Rocco Barone, Michael Ruso-Alesi, Julia Mickiewicz, Robert Trefurt, Hannah Vazquez, Sopia DeJoy, and Joseph Sisolak.
  • The Home School Association Family Fun Night was a great time for all.  Over 300 people celebrated mass and enjoyed an evening of food, dancing and games.  Thank you to our Home School Officers and parents who made this event a success.  We extend a special thank you to Pompei Pizza for providing the delicious food!

Lighting the Way


A.S.C.A. Student Council Secretary lights a candle before the 2016-2017 Student Council representatives and Safety Patrol members take their oath of office during their Nov. 1st induction ceremony. The candle represents the light given to us at birth; students pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit to perform their duties with commitment and responsibility.

Student Council Induction


During the Nov. 1st All Saints Day Mass A.S.C.A.’s 2016- 2017 Student Council representatives from Grades 5th through 7th were inducted. As school leaders, Student Council members serve the A.S.C.A. community in a variety of ways including leading the student body in Morning Prayer and announcements, heading monthly food drives and giving their peers a voice.

Costa Rica Educational Trip 2017

Students in grades 6-8 are invited to participate in the 2017 Educational Trip to Costa Rica.  Come enjoy this once in a lifetime experience, while exploring and discovering the rainforest, language, and culture of this beautiful country!


“Watch our planet’s endless geological drama in action, from the Arenal Volcano to the thunderous La Fortuna Waterfall. Enjoy a chocolate tasting as you learn how cocoa is harvested at Tirimbina Biological Reserve, and experience the thrill of whitewater rafting on the Sarapiquí River. In Guanacaste, explore Palo Verde National Park on a boat tour. “

Click Here to learn more about our trip!


For more information, click on the brochure below or contact Sra. Miryam DeChiaro (

ASCA Update


  • ASCA’s Student Council Representatives for the 2016-2017 school year are as follows: Peter Cifarelli and Hannah Delaney, 7B; Naomi De Leon and Nicholas Rodriguez, 7A; Gavin Skowronski and Christian Weening, 6B; Quincy De Leon and Gianna Servodio, 6A; Andrew Diaz and Eric Tonne, 5B; Bianca Lumang and Erin McNulty, 5A.  Our Student Council Executive Officers include: Gregory Van Sant, President; Landon Paradine, Vice President; Amber Kelly, Spiritual Director; Brigid McCabe, Secretary; and A.J. Bianciella, Treasurer.  The Student Council representatives and officers will be installed on November 1, the Feast of All Saints. These student leaders will facilitate many service projects for our school this year along with assuming many other duties such as morning announcements.
  • Progress reports have been sent home for the first trimester.
  • ASCA’s Annual Halloween Parade will be on October 31, at 1:30 PM.  Students in grades PreK-3 through four will wear their costumes.  Classes will have individual celebrations afterward.
  • Our school continues to collect box tops and soup labels for education.  This collection enables our school to purchase equipment for physical education classes.  We also collect pop tabs from aluminum cans which are donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities.