Please click below to read a letter to parents from Ms. Bush.
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, September 24th in the Cafeteria from 3:30-7:00 PM. Parents can come to the Café during that time to meet with their students’ teachers. No appointment is necessary, as conferences are held on a drop-in basis. Individual meetings will be conducted every 5 minutes, as indicated by the bell system in the Café. Parents anticipating the need for more extensive communication with a particular instructor are encouraged to contact the teacher directly to set up an appointment outside of conferences.
Noodles is hiring!
The Front Office summer hours will be the following:
Monday – Thursday – 7:00-3:30
Friday – 7:00-1:00
Friday, July 31 – Front Office Hours will be 7:00-10:00 a.m.
Any rare exceptions to this scheudle will be communicated through the AHS website Blog.
We encourage you to stay in touch with us during this time (and always) through our social media.
We also want to hear from you! Students and parents are encouraged to share their photos, videos and prayers for the Assumption family by tagging us or mentioning us in their posts.
Please help keep our community strong by staying in touch and supporting one another during these changing times.
Our phones are down at this time. The company is working to restore our service. If you need to contact someone, please email Shelli Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or Penny Trier at email@example.com.
Thank you for your patience!
Please take a moment to contact your Members of Congress to ask that emergency aid to nonpublic schools and families be included in the next Covid-19 Legislation package. Our requests include equitable access to K-12 federal funds for nonpublic schools, direct support to families for tuition assistance and additional tax breaks for K-12 tuition payments.
As always, we encourage you to include your personal story in the message to your legislators, as well.
Our nonpublic schools and the families they serve should be included in the COVID-19 relief legislation. Make your voice heard by contacting your Congressional members today. Thank you for your advocacy!
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I wanted to share two additional resources for 2020 graduates that have been brought to my attention if you are interested in participating. The first one is directed more at Quad City Graduates, and the second is on a more national scale. As I said – these are just options, but I wanted to be sure you knew they were available to you.
Mother Susan and Sister Anthony would like to invite you to pray the Divine Mercy Novena with us.
The Novena (usually a 9 day prayer) will begin this Friday, April 10th @ 2:30 PM.
(We moved the chaplet up so those in Davenport could participate in the Good Friday Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion via St. Paul the Apostle’s Facebook page Live. The remaining days of the novena will be @ 3:00PM)
Below is the Zoom Meeting information. Please note the added security feature of a password! It’s “Mercy”.
I will send out the following Novena Days (2-9) meeting links after the chaplet on Friday. I’m not sure if I should put the links in one email, or email one link every day. If you have a preference let me know. Majority will rule.
Lastly, attached is the Novena day intentions and also instructions for the chaplet.
Topic: Divine Mercy Chaplet
Time: Apr 10, 2020 02:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 958 620 667
Applicant must be a graduating senior attending a high school in the Quad-Cities region and/or presently enrolled in an institution of higher education.