Nov 13

Eleven new photos are just a sample of what's new! Report cards go home this week and Saturday is the Auction!

Nov 12

Mrs. Flowers is so grateful to have the Ursuline Center filled with books and technology for Ascension students. She   is gratified to see how teachers are anxious to use the room, as exemplified by the 4th graders research on voting in early November. She has shared some pictures with us!

Nov 10

Eighth grade members of Student Council used some of the proceeds from last month’s Halloween fun fairs to purchase winter hats and gloves for those in need. The Drive was initiated by Ascension 5th graders on November 1st.

Nov 9

5th grade organized a hat, gloves, mittens, scarves collection for Housing Forward. Here you can see the tremendous response from Ascension students. Many will be grateful for the gift of warmth and for the generosity of our students and staff.

Nov 9

6th graders have written short original compositions for rhythm instruments. Working in groups, they practiced with non-pitched percussion. Yake a look on Ms. Robak's Teacher Page. 

Nov 8

 

Cocoa with Claus is on Sunday, December 2nd, at Ascension School in the Pine Room  from 12:00 noon until 1:30 pm  Come and join us for this FREE Home and School sponsored event. 

All parishioners & school families are invited to "Cocoa with Claus". Come have your picture taken with Santa and enjoy some delicious hot cocoa, light snacks, children’s crafts, music and more! It’s a wonderful event for kids and kids at heart. 

Nov 8

Zentangle Self portraits and artistic interpretations of words! It will take you a few minutes to read the ASL hands, but they each spell a positive word about Ascension!

Nov 8

Many creative drawings and posters are on display on lockers and above the lockers on the first floor.  How do you follow the Commandments? What are Angels? Can you label the parts of a tree? Can you identify a plant with its scientific name and give facts and clues about it? First, second and third graders are curious seekers of knowledge!

 

Nov 6

 

In 4th grade we learned about the history of voting, made persuasive voting posters, voted during class, then made our own “I voted” stickers! The students were excited to learn about voting, and a lot of them can’t wait until they’re 18 to register! 

Nov 6

Our Chargers certainly know how to celebrate! Halloween was followed by All Saints, elections, and thinking ahead to Christmas Angels!