Yesterday was the first of our Senior Cap and Gown visits to the Catholic grade schools. Below is a picture from the Lourdes visit.
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!
If anyone is needing service hours, or would just like to help out, we have someone looking for help with raking her lawn. If anyone is interested, please contact: Mrs. Lisa Schwanz, 563-320-9457.
Volunteers are needed for the JDRF Walk on Saturday, May 5th. Check-in volunteers need to be 18 years of age, but there are plenty of other opportunities, such as manning inflatables, kids activities, walk route cheering and wearing mascot costumes. Volunteers will receive a free t-shirt.
All caps and gowns have now been distributed to the Seniors.
Papa John’s in both Davenport and Bettendorf are looking for delivery drivers.
National speaker Doug Reavis will share his Silent Strength presentation with Assumption students on Thursday, April 26th, from 12:30-2:00 in the Assumption Auditorium. A parent presentation will be held that same evening from 6:30-8, also in the AHS auditorium. Please encourage any members of the Assumption Family and beyond to benefit from this powerful, and personal story of faith. The Silent Strength message centers on kindness and, in faith-based settings, seeing God in every other person. It has been said that Mr. Reavis gives the best anti-bullying message out there without ever using the word “bullying.” Assumption is excited to host all 6th-8th grade students from the Catholic elementary schools for a middle school presentation on Friday, April 27th, from 12:45-2:15. Please mark your calendars to attend this great parent opportunity, and invite a friend (or several) to join you! We can all benefit from the inspiration this presentation has to share.
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.
All families interested in learning about everything AHS has to offer are encouraged to attend the Information Knight Session on Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 from 5:30-6:30 PM in the AHS Tech 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 Tech Lab. Contact Kris Thomas, AHS Director of Admissions, with questions: (563) 326-5313 ext. 230 or email@example.com.
Positions at HDC are open just for high school students, they are flexible and have summer positions available as well. They will be holding an open interview day coming up in May and those dates and times will be sent out very soon.
Direct Support Professional (High School Students): Part time positions to assist individuals with disabilities in group homes, apartments, and family home settings with activities in daily living, including personal care and accompanying out to community events. Hours begin after school and end as late as 9 pm and include 1st and 2nd shift weekend hours.
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. Position will provide personal care to individuals. Will be required to have the ability to lift 50 lbs. Hours begin after school and end as late as 9 pm and include 1st and 2nd shift weekend hours. Position is required to work a minimum of one weekend day (Saturday or Sunday) every other week. No C.N.A. required.