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.
Assumption Chaplain, Fr. Jake Greiner, accompanied 4 AHS students on Thursday, May 3, to the Project Andrew Dinner in Iowa City. Students were able to meet and converse with Bishop Zinkula and even had the opportunity to have their picture taken at the event.
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
Daily Schedule: • 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
Highlights: • 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 email@example.com Download: 2018 Band Camp
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.
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.