Parent Education Night

Assumption is partnering with our local Catholic grade schools to bring in speakers and provide a few “parent education” nights on various topics.  Usually, these take place at the Knights of Columbus.  Please click the provided link to voice your opinion regarding what topics you’d like to hear about.  If there is a topic not listed, please email Kelly Bush in Student Services to let her know what you’d like to hear about!  kelly.bush@assumptionhigh.org

Parent Education Night Topics

Red Ribbon Week!

This week is Red Ribbon Week brought to you by Students Against Destructive Decisions!

It is a time that community groups, governments, and businesses commit to creating a healthy, drug free future for America. Since 1988, students have made commitments during this national celebration to the intolerance of the illegal use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.  We also focus on making healthy choices.

Tuesday (11-7) Theme: “Do-nut do drugs. They put holes in your brain!”

Enjoy donut holes by the student entrance today!  And today we are having a healthy eats contest! Tweet a picture of any healthy meal you eat today @assumption_SADD and we will make a poll for the top pics to choose a winner!

Wednesday (11-8) Theme: “Only Dum-Dums do drugs”

Pledge to be drug and alcohol free on the sign at lunch and receive a Dum-Dum!  Today we choose the winner from the healthy meal challenge, so hopefully you tweeted your healthy meal to assumption_SADD!

Thursday (11-9) Theme:  “Decisions and Consequences”

Today will be a theater simulation of the consequences of negative decisions over the intercom at the beginning of classes.

Friday (11-10) Theme:  “Know Your Stuff”

Prizes drawn from Red Ribbon Week Toilet Talk.  We hope you took time to read and learn some of the facts and figures from the restroom newsletter.  We will be asking trivia questions at lunch and giving out prizes from the prize box!  Happy Veteran’s Day.  Thank a veteran!

Happy Red Ribbon Week!

FAFSA Information for Seniors

If you are planning to go to college next year, there are some important changes in the financial aid process that you should know about. Students can file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or the FAFSA, starting on October 1st — which means the form is available NOW. Every college has its own deadline for the FAFSA, so check in with the schools you applied to and make sure you don’t miss that date. Filing the FAFSA early means you have more time to make your final decisions about where you’re going to school, so get your FAFSA filed ASAP. See the school counselor’s office if you need help or have questions.

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/

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.   

PSAT/NMSQT

The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) tests will be given at Assumption High School on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 8:00 AM  If you are interested in taking the PSAT tests, please register byWednesday, September 20, 2017 by paying the $16 registration fee in Student Services and picking up a PSAT study guide.  (Checks can be made out to Assumption High School) For more information on the PSAT/MNSQT test, visit their website at www.collegeboard.org/psat.