HDC Job Opening

Resident Assistant – Part time position available to high school students. This position assists with teaching independent living skills to youth and adults with disabilities in a relaxed, residential setting. Will be required to have the ability to lift 50 lbs. Hours begin after school and end as late as 9:00 PM and include 1st and 2nd shift weekend hours. Students may apply on-line; we also have paper applications at our locations.  http://handicappeddevelopment.org/

Direct Support Professional (High School Students):  The position will work in a group home to assist individuals in activities of daily living and to gain independence. Position will provide personal care. Shifts will typically begin at 3:30pm/4:00pm and end around 8:00pm/9:00pm.  Will be required to have the ability to lift 50lbs.

 

Students may apply on-line; we also have paper applications at our locations.   http://handicappeddevelopment.org/

JFK Pumpkin Run

JFK is preparing for our annual fall fest (Pumpkin Run) on October 20th, and would like to extend an invite to any Assumption student that would like to earn a few service hours by volunteering at the event.

They have an online volunteer sign up at http://signupgenius.com/go/20f0c48abaf2da0ff2-pumpkin

They also have positions available for the Haunted House setup that are not advertised online. This will take place on Thursday evening, October 19th and is perfect for hard workers that don’t mind getting a little sweaty and dirty. This usually begins around 6 or 7 PM but they will let you know the exact time as it gets closer. They will also need a few more hard workers to help tear it all down at the end of the night.  (This position is advertised in the online signup page.)

If you have any questions, please contact Andrea Schuster at:  call/text (563) 343-4319 or  alspjs04@yahoo.com 

FCA Mtg.- October 1st

All students are welcome to join us at Karlee Grenier’s home 3719 Lake View Court Bettendorf – on Sunday October 1st from 6:45- 8:30. We will  have snacks, tons of fun and a special speaker. Mr. Steve Goldermann will share about how success and integrity can and should work together.

Questions: Call or text Brad Merritt 529-1820.

Homecoming 2017- Spooky Knight

Monday, October 2nd

Regular Schedule

Twin Day ($3.00)

Decorate Doors with 3rd Period class

Homecoming Tickets sold at lunch ($20 per person)

Seniors vote for Homecoming Court

Tuesday, October 3rd

Regular Schedule

Halloween (11th and 12th graders) vs. Christmas (9th and 10th graders) ($3.00)

Homecoming Tickets sold at lunch ($20 per person)

Volleyball game at Muscatine (Freshmen 4:30, Sophomores 5:45, Varsity 7:00)

Boys Golf Regionals in Cedar Rapids 9a.m.

Wednesday, October 4th

Regular Schedule

Groutfits (11th and 12th graders) vs. Neon (9th and 10th graders) ($3.00)

Homecoming Tickets sold at lunch ($20 per person)

Powder Puff Football Game- Junior Girls vs. Senior Girls 5:00 pm (AHS Freshman Football Field)

Thursday, October 5th

Mass Schedule – Homecoming Mass 9:55 a.m.

Regular Uniform Day

Court Dresses up for official 2017 Homecoming Court photo following Mass

Seniors vote for Homecoming King and Queen

Homecoming Tickets sold at lunch ($25 per person)

Cross Country in DeWitt 4:45 p.m.

7:00 pm- Public Pep Rally in the Gym (Monetary and non-perishable food donations collected to benefit Student Hunger Drive)

  • Dancing with the Studs
  • Homecoming Court introductions and crowning of the King and Queen

8:30 pm- Bonfire

Friday, October 6th

Mass Schedule – Over-Under/Tug of War Competition (4th Period Classes)

AHS Spirit Day (No charge)

Door Decorations Judging after 2nd period – Winning classes get donuts on Friday.

Homecoming Tickets sold at lunch ($25 per person)

Boys’ State Golf -Marshalltown

Varsity Football at Brady Street Stadium vs. Center Point-Urbana 7:30 pm

Homecoming Banner Showcase at halftime following marching band performance.

Saturday, October 7th

Boys’ State Golf –Marshalltown

Varsity Volleyball – Center Point-Urbana

8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Homecoming Dance in the AHS Cafeteria. (Unlimited Streets of Italy personalized pizzas will be brick-oven baked throughout the evening for all attendees – cost included in ticket price.)

Event Policies:

  • Students are expected to arrive within 30 minutes of the starting time.
  • Students are to be in attendance until the last 30 minutes of the event unless parent notification is made to school officials.
  • When a student leaves the event, he/she must leave the school and cannot return.
  • All dress must be modest, appropriate, and respectful.
  • All dancing must be appropriate for a Catholic educational setting.  Students not meeting this expectation may be asked to leave the event, and parents will be notified.

Out of Uniform Note: Students will pay for out of uniform during lunch periods and be checked in their 6th hour class.  Students who do not have proper out of uniform verification will be issued Dress Code violations.  Day-specific hand stamps will be used to serve as a pass.  The daily hand stamp must be shown to the student’s 6th hour teacher whenever out of uniform.  Reminder- All out of uniform collections during Homecoming Week will benefit the Student Hunger Drive.  Help AHS in supporting this worthy cause!

 

Student Parking

PARKING PASSES:  Parking stickers needs to be in the car window.  If your student did not get one assigned to them during Registration, please have them stop in the Front Office to pick up a sticker.  If your student could be driving more than one vehicle, please have them get an additional sticker.  You can go to “Student Information Update” to register your vehicles. The sticker should be placed in the back window on the driver’s side, down low. If you have any questions, please contact Shelli Miller at shelli.miller@assumptionhigh.org or 563-326-5313, ext. 200.

Class of 2018 Graduation Announcements

Class of 2018, it’s time to think about Graduation.  Moments with Class/Herff Jones will be here Thursday, September 28th during Conferences from 3:30-7:00 PM.  They will be taking your Graduation Announcement orders.  The packets were given to your student last week.  Parents are welcome to send the order form and payment with their student to school and drop off in the Front Office, or stop by in person at Conferences to place the order and ask questions.

A survey will be sent late to all seniors to get their information for their diplomas and sizes for their gowns, so you will not need to do anything with that.  The Graduation fee for the cap and gowns was included in your tuition statements.   

Knight Network Parent/Teacher Conferences Opportunity

JUNIOR AND SENIOR PARENTS:  Knight Network needs your help!  Parent/Teacher Conferences are this Thursday, September 28th, from 3:30-7:00 in the AHS Cafeteria.  Our parent organization graciously provides drinks and treats for our hardworking teachers during this extended day.  Please click on the following sign-up genius Parent/Teacher Conferences Treat Sign-up to volunteer your support in this Knight Network effort.  All food and drink donations can be dropped off in the Assumption Front Office at any time on either Wednesday (9-27) or Thursday (9-28).  Thank you so much for your valued participation in the support of our school and community!