ASCA Pledge for Peace

All Saints Catholic Academy’s students participated in the Archdiocese of Newark’s First Annual Stem Expo. Students in grades Kindergarten through Four were invited to create an art piece revolving around the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals concerning Peace and Justice. After discussing Global Peace and Justice in Art class, students collaborated to create an “ASCA Peace Pledge”. Along with this pledge, students used recycled materials to create unique hand prints that are used as symbols of our students reaching out to bring peace to our world. The painted Earth with outreaching hands is a visual representation of how students intend to put our Peace Pledge into action.

Student Council City Hall Visit

On. Wed., April 5th, ASCA’s Student Council. moderated by Ms. Nicole Narese and Mrs. Diane Molesky, toured Bayonne City Hall’s Mayoral Wing and used Bayonne City Council Chambers to hold their April meeting, courtesy of Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis. Officers and representatives were also able to have a question & answer session with Mayor Davis and Public Information Director  Joe Ryan.  Pictured are: (l. to rt.) Rep. Gianna Servodio, Rep. Samantha Russell, Rep. Bianca Lumang, Rep. Luca Barone, Rep. Jared Luongo, President Gregory Van Sant, Rep. Ronan Spiers, Rep. Christian Weening, Rep. Eric Tonne, and Rep. Quincy DeLeon. Back row: Mayor Jimmy Davis, Rep. Naomi DeLeon, Spiritual Director Amber Kelly, Treasurer AJ Bianciella, Vice President Landon Paradine, Secretary Brigid McCabe, Rep. Nicholas Rodriguez, and Rep. Peter Cifarelli.

STEM Expo at Liberty Science Center!

Pictured are Conor Hennessey and Riley Quinn of Mrs. Gilson‘s Science class. Bayonne. Conor and Riley are part of a four person STEM team. Conor, Riley, Alec Martinez (not pictured) and Nicholas DePinto (also, not pictured) had their project presented at the RWJ Barnabas/JCMC STEM Expo at Liberty Science Center on March 13, 2017. Their project was presented at their school STEM Expo in February and again at the Liberty Science Center in March. Their project, “RECYCLED CITIES”, was designed to help the homeless in Ghana to produce their own building bricks out of recycled paper and beeswax.

ASCA Middle School Students at Marist

On Thursday, March 30, our 7th and 8th graders visited Marist High School to watch their performance of Les Misérables.  We enjoyed seeing several ASCA alumni bring Victor Hugo’s novel to life.  We were also glad to make a donation to #savemaristnj.  Pictured with Ms. Miesnik, Head of School, are Landon Paradine and Madison Russo-Alesi.

Archdiocesan STEM Expo

Congratulations to these 16 students who represented ASCA at the Archdiocese of Newark’s First Annual STEM Expo!

Help Save Marist

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All Saints Catholic Academy fully supports Marist High School and will be helping in their efforts to raise the funds necessary for them to remain open.  In addition to the following ASCA events, you may also donate to Marist High School by clicking on this link.

Monday, March 27:  Blue and Gold Tag Day — minimum donation of $1, though greater amounts are welcome.  For more sizable donations, please make your check payable to Friends of Marist, Inc.

Tuesday, March 28:  Coin Toss — toss your loose change into designated receptacles during morning drop-off.

Wednesday, March 29:  Snack Sale — Faculty and staff are donating snacks and drinks to be sold to the students throughout the day.

Thursday, March 30:  Prayer Service — During our regularly scheduled monthly guidance assembly, we will offer a prayer service with Marist High School as our special intention.

Thank you, Mrs. Cole, for organizing this effort!