Winter Information Knight – December 12th – 5:30-6:30 PM

All families interested in learning about everything AHS has to offer are encouraged to attend the Information Knight Session on Wednesday, December 12th, 2018 from 5:30-6:30 PM in the AHS Carroll Lab.

This is an informative session for parents to learn about academic offerings and financial aid options.  Assumption High School offers a challenging curriculum designed to give students a solid foundation in preparation for life beyond high school.  Please join us to learn more!

Any K-8 student in attendance will be partnered with a group of AHS Student Ambassadors for a variety of activities and a tour of the school!  Please park in the main student entrance.  There will be AHS Student Ambassadors showing families to the Carroll Lab.  Contact Kris Thomas, AHS Director of Admissions, with questions:  (563) 326-5313 ext. 230 or

Finals Schedule – December 20 and 21, 2018

Thursday, December 20 (Finals Periods 1, 2, 3, 5 – Advent Reconciliation 12:45)

Period 1                7:45-8:45

Period 2                8:55-9:55

Period 3                10:05-11:05

Lunch A                11:10-11:35

Period 5A             11:40-12:40 (Seniors must report to Study Halls, if applicable)

Period 5B             11:10-12:10 (Seniors must report to Study Halls, if applicable)

Lunch B                12:15-12:40

Reconciliation in Auditorium       12:45


Friday, December 21 (Finals Periods 4, 6, 7, 8 – 12:15 Dismissal)

Period 4                7:45-8:45

Period 6                8:55-9:55

Period 7                10:05-11:05

Period 8                11:15-12:15

Service Hours – Blood Drive – December 17th – AHS Small Gym

Everyone is somebody’s type….



Please consider donating blood on Monday, December 17th.  Sign-up in Mrs. Martin’s room or a member of the blood-drive committee!! Remember, this does count as community service (1 hour), but even more, you help save lives!!

If you are not 16, don’t fret, you can still help the cause! Please consider baking cookies/snackies to donate for those giving blood.

You will received one hour of service for any and all homemade items you bring the day of the blood drive .

Tis the season to give,

Natalie Imborek

Volunteers Needed – Tim Tebow Night to Shine Event – February 8, 2019

Looking for Volunteers at the Tim Tebow Night to Shine. This is a prom event for people with special needs, ages 14 and up. There will be ONE prom held in the Quad Cities on Friday, February 8, 2019.


An event of this size needs a lot of people willing to help. They are in need of buddies for the guests with special needs and any kind of help the volunteers are willing to give. Being a buddy would consist of making sure the guest has the best night of their life. A buddy would be 1:1 with a guest, dance with them, make them feel special. We have opportunities to help with all aspects of the event, for instance, helping with food serving, decorations, help on the dance floor, karaoke etc. This is a great opportunity for high school and college students to receive volunteer/service hours while having fun. This is also a great event for a team to volunteer together.  This is a great video to share with anyone who is interested:

Event contact Jackie Mausser


Catholic Service Board Meeting – January 30, 2019

Catholic Service Board, a Catholic women’s volunteer group that supports the Kahl Home for the Aged, is hosting an informational coffee for new members on Wednesday, January 30 2019 at 9:30 AM  at the Kahl Home.

Catholic Service Board operates Cinderella’s Cellar Resale Shop and provides scheduled volunteer activities at the Kahl Home for the Aged.  For more information on CSB and the upcoming coffee, please contact Rose Hoenig (563-949-9786) or