DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS – Thursday, November 19, 2020
Turn in those tickets, Blue cohort!
Good morning, Assumption! Today is the first day for blue cohort students to turn in your sold rocket raffle tickets during your study block. Some of our Assumption Parent representatives will be in the cafeteria to collect your money and sold tickets, as well as verify any online sales. Please be patient and go up to the table one at a time during study. Students in PSP can walk down to the cafeteria one at a time to turn in their sold tickets. If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by the collection table and ask! Just remember, you need to sell 4 tickets by Wednesday, December 2nd in order to earn spirit wear for two weeks before Christmas break and don’t forget—everyone in your cohort earns a cookie if the blue cohort outsells the maroon cohort!
Catholic Education Foundation High School Essay Contest
The Catholic Education Foundation Board of Directors, has invited Assumption High School to participate in the annual Catholic Education Foundation High School Student Essay Contest in honor of Catholic Schools Week. In celebrating this year’s Topic: Catholic Schools – “What is your school’s mission and how does your school live out this mission in the lives of its students?” They are inviting young authors to express how our Catholic schools are fulfilling this important role.
The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville. Each school is allowed to submitone entry. If you would like to participate please email your essay submission to Mrs. Stacy Johnsonstacy.email@example.com by Wednesday, December 16 at 3:00p.m. A committee will then select one essay from all the submissions to represent Assumption High School and submit it to the Catholic Education Foundation where one essay will be chosen fromall high school entries. The overall winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize, publication of their essay in The RECORD and a framed copy of the publication. Please see the email sent by Mrs. Johnson yesterday for more specific details.
Rocket Raffle Tickets
Students who have not received their Rocket Raffle tickets in homeroom by this Friday will receive them in the mail next week. Don’t forget that you can always sell tickets online, so no need to wait for paper tickets to reach your 3-ticket minimum for the Walk!
Respect Life Club Meeting
The Respect Life Club will meet this FRIDAY, November 20 at 8:05 am on TEAMS. All are welcome to attend! The join code is l517g66. This month’s topic is GUN VIOLENCE–hear more about this important life issue and what you can do to help. Questions? Email Dr. Wieland at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spectrum is meeting today at 3:30 p.m. on Teams. Email Mrs. Steutermann if you need the join code. Hope to see you there!
Pink Princess Charleville
This month’s Pink Princess is someone you can always count on to make you smile. She leads our school through family council. You can be sure to see her dancing in the rain or dressed as Bob Ross each Halloween. This month’s Pink Princess is Julia Connelly! Julia received her crown yesterday at The Green during the senior celebration. Congratulations again Julia on being named Charleville’s Pink Princess.