Congratulations to All Saints Catholic Academy’s 7th grade Marist Olympics team who won 1st place overall! Individual trophy winners include Andrew Diaz (1st place, Computers), Ryan Divan (2nd place, Math), John Mabra (1st place, History), and Francis Prekop (3rd place, History).
Congratulations to All Saints Catholic Academy’s 5th grade dance team who won the gold medal in their semi-final round. They will advance to NJPAC’s Colors of the Rainbow finals on June 6. Pictured (left to right) are George Gamal, Julian Bernal, Luke Mullins, Ian Geisler, Nicholas Ponczek, Gellah Abdul-Latif, Julia Hester, Livia Diakogiannis, Samanda Farag, Haley Rei, Grace Mulcahy, and Anabella Sornoza.
On Monday, May 6th, ASCA’s Student Council and their moderators, Ms. Nicole Narese and Mrs. Diane Molesky, visited The Intrepid, Sea, Air and Space Museum Complex on the 6th Annual Leadership Trip. Students evaluated items from The Intrepid using physical characteristics and engineering design to determine what those items were used for, and they learned what daily life was like for the 3,000 sailors who serviced The Intrepid since the ship is considered a city onto itself based on its sheer enormity. The Student Council also toured the flight deck seeing up close the planes of yesterday and today, including a decommissioned Coast Guard helicopter that had been instrumental in over 1500 rescue missions.
Congratulations to All Saints Catholic Academy’s Student Council officers and homeroom representatives who spent the morning at City Hall with Mayor Davis. In addition to having met Bayonne’s mayor, our students had the opportunity to conduct a meeting in City Hall’s Chambers.
On Thursday, the students and faculty of All Saints Catholic Academy were visited by Marist High School’s Drama Club. We enjoyed their production of Cinderella. We especially delighted in seeing ASCA alum (Crystal Tan, Nicole Gasbarro, Jared Esparra, Rachel Kobelski, Hannah Vazquez) on our stage again. 🙂