Please find attached a flyer regarding the Christ Our Life Conference in Des Moines on September 29th & 30th. This is a conference for adults and youth.
Join the Knight Players for our Kickoff Meeting on Monday, August 27th from 3:30-4:00 in the auditorium! Learn about all the different ways to get involved in Assumption Drama, the biggest club at AHS, and get information on our upcoming season! Questions? Contact Mrs. King Powers at email@example.com.
The Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center would like to thank the donors of Assumption High School for our recent Blood Drive. Our group provided 43 donations for local hospitals served by MVRBC. Because each whole blood donation can be processed into multiple blood components, our blood drive provided up to 172 products for patients in need.
The MVRBC is very appreciative to all involved with the Blood Drive.
On Friday, April 27, we were blessed to share Mass as a school community. Students welcomed Grandparents and guests to this special annual opportunity in the Assumption auditorium. Families of seniors had the option to submit photos of their students with his/her grandparents. Please enjoy the attached slideshow that was shared before and after the Mass.
Who: For Students entering Grades 6-8 (Fall 2018)
Where: Assumption High School Band Room
When: June 11-14, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Concert: June 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Download: 2018 Band Camp
Cost: $20 (make checks payable to: Assumption HS)
– add $20 for lunch (see 2018 Band Camp)
– deduct $10 if attending Choir Camp
Deadline: June 1, 2018
• 8:00-9:30 Full Band Rehearsal – Fundamentals/Band Music
• 9:30-10:15 Snack Break and Games
• 10:15-11:00 Sectional Time/Group Lessons
• 11:00-12:00 Full Band Rehearsal incorporating Sectional Time/Group Lessons
• All campers receive an Assumption Band Water Bottle and daily snack.
• A public concert for friends and family in Assumption’s Sunderbruch Auditorium will be held on Thursday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Contact: Band Director Erin Mahr at firstname.lastname@example.org
Download: 2018 Band Camp
Two Assumption students received Metro-Arts Apprentice fellowships for the 2018 summer session.
Congratulations to Marissa Shell and Trenton McDonough. Marissa will be part of a group painting public murals in the QC area. Trenton will be pursuing a group photography project.
Metro Arts apprenticeships must be applied for through Quad City Arts. A lengthy application process includes letters of recommendation, portfolio review as well as one-on-one interviews.
Congratulations to both Marissa and Trenton!
A big thank you goes out to Assumption Art Club for service projects completed. Students created kite props for St.Paul’s musical Mary Poppins. Students also painted an Assumption-themed bags game donated from Mr. Dave Simpson to April Knight. Art Club members who worked on the projects included: Kenneth Nguyen, Marissa Shell, Alexisciel Dinh, Hannah Lerch and Amanda Herrington.
April Knight was also the benefactor of a couple more artistic endeavors. Gracie Miller beautifully painted a round serving platter in a floral bouquet theme. Advanced Graphic Art students Marissa Shell, Pamela Moya and Trenton McDonough teamed up to create a 3-D printed chess set which was auctioned off at April Knight as well.
Thank you to all these creative students who donated their time and talents to worthy causes.
Quad City Arts Award
Congratulations to Max Cluff for his award winning entry at Quad City Arts 41st Annual High School Art Exhibition. The Rock Island Art Guild Members Selected his Acrylic titled “Free Flow” along with three other student works from the Quad City area.
You can view the exhibit, which also includes artwork from Assumption artists Marissa Shell, Gillian Marbury and Trenton McDonough now through May 3rd.
Quad City Arts is located at 1715 Second Avenue, Rock Island, IL 61201
Tel: (309) 793-1213
Hours: Tue–Fri 10–5 and Sat 11–5
Free parking is available on-street for four hours or less on 2nd Ave. Please note that parking ramps are also available within walking distance.
Wednesday April 25th from 7:30 am-12:30 pm in the small gym we will hold our last Blood Drive of the year. Our goal is 50 units. All are welcome, please stop in.
Students and faculty gathered in prayer to commemorate lives lost and all those hurting as a result of the Florida school shooting one month prior. The candlelight service was yet another opportunity for our Assumption community to experience the blessing of faith-based education at Assumption High School.