“Assumption - A hero’s code of life” Family Cultural Costumes at the Optional Conference Day Multi-Cultural & History Fair On Wednesday, March 17, school will be dismissed at “No bird soars too high, if it soars with its own wings” There are families in our school who may have costumes 11:45. The afternoon after the Fun Run is for teachers to William Blake and/or dress from their native culture or ethnic group. have Optional Conferences with parents. Time is very Students and family members are encouraged to wear these limited. Each teacher has time for eight to ten Wednesday, March 3, 2004 the night of the Multi-Cultural & History Fair on Tuesday, conferences. If you and the teacher mutually agree that a March 9. Please contact your student's teacher to see how conference will help your student the teacher will let you the dress and/or costume will work with the dance or know. The forms for the scheduled conferences are in Multi-Cultural & History Fair Time Change performance your student is doing that evening. Remember this week’s Parent Envelope. If you don't receive a time Reconciliation Service for Grades 7 & 8 the Multi-Cultural & History Fair begins at 6:00 p.m. in the and know that a conference is vital please contact the 9:00AM – Friday, March 5 6:00 PM – Classroom Displays & Presentations school on Tuesday, March 9. teacher first. in school. Students then stay in the Reconciliation Service for Grade 6 classrooms with their teachers. Lenten Journeys Math Olympiad Competition This Saturday 9:00AM – Friday, March 12 6:25 PM – Parents go to the gym. We are entering the second week of Lent. For the strength, The county Math Olympiad competition is this Saturday 6:30 PM – Students come with their teachers to the grace, and the love that we need to continue on our beginning at 9:00AM at Whatcom Community College. All School Mass - World Day of Prayer sit on the bleachers. Lenten Journeys we can turn to Our Lord & Savior. Your Students on Math Olympiad teams from Assumption 10:30AM – Friday, March 5 6:35 PM – Multi-Cultural & History prayer, fasting, learning, and giving are for Our Lord & have been preparing and practicing for months. All Performances Begin! Savior as well. May God bless you as you continue to walk students who enrolled in the program are part of the Mrs. Murphy’s First Graders are planning this in the footsteps of Our Lord. competition and are expected to be at the competition as Mass. part of their team. If you have any questions about Multi-Cultural & History Fair Time Change Lenten Soup Suppers specifics for the competition for Saturday please call The classroom exhibits, displays, and presentations will Assumption Church is hosting Lenten Soup Suppers after Eileen Turk at 715-0053 or call your student's coach. be at 6:00 PM in the school. All families and students the 6:00 PM Mass every Wednesday through March 31. May God bless and guide each of our teams this are asked to be the classrooms at 6:00 PM on Soup and bread is the menu for these evenings. There will Saturday! Tuesday, March 9, for the Multi-Cultural & History be a speaker presentation at each of the Lenten Soup Sacrament of Reconciliation for Grades 2-8 Fair. After the students tour with their families and Suppers. Father Frank will speak at tonight’s Lenten Soup New Family Registration Has Begun Each of the classes in grades two through grade explain their classrooms and displays, the students will Supper. On March 24 the school is New family registration began on Monday, March 1. eight will receive the sacrament of all stay in their classrooms. At 6:20 to 6:25 parents hosting the Lenten Soup Supper and Both our kindergartens and first grade are full; with reconciliation (confession) with Father Frank only will be asked to go to the gym. At 6:30 PM the Ms. Betsy Gottschalk will speaking names on the waiting list. Our sixth grade is close to or Father Dave one of the Fridays before Good students will come to the gym and sit with their classes about her Fullbright Scholarship being full. Eighth grade is full with a waiting list Friday. The Friday schedule, which begins at on the bleachers and all parents and siblings are invited experience in India. Every family is forming. There are a few openings in the other grades. 9:00AM, is as follows: to sit in the chairs. The students who were in the invited to all of the Lenten Soup Registration of in-house families was phenomenal. Multi-Cultural talent show modeling native costumes Suppers and to listen to the speakers. Please remind your friends and family to call the school 8th & 7th – March 5 from their heritage, are asked to be in their costumes at if they want to receive a marketing packet with all the 6th – March 12 the doors of the gym at 6:20 to welcome the parents Lenten Soup Supper for March 24 registration materials. We would be glad to mail them 5th & 4th – March 20 with bookmarks, “Celebrating Our Cultures …...we all Our parents and students are wonderful givers. We have one. 3rd – March 25 smile in the same language.” plenty of people to set-up and serve. We do need a few 2nd – April 2 more helpers to clean-up and bring some more pots of soup. Tuition Assistance Application Process Change Multi-Cultural FREE DRESS—Monday, March 8 We have more than enough bread. Use the pink form sent Remember, anyone wanting to receive tuition assistance All of the students are in the church in a few Students are asked to dress in Multi-Cultural & home last week to volunteer to clean-up or bring a pot of for next year is to fill out the yellow Archdiocese of pews as a class. If the student has not received History FREE DRESS next Monday, March 8. soup. We will send home a summary sheet of who is doing Seattle Tuition Assistance form now. It is due in our Students may wear a hat, scarf, shirt, etc. from the what service on Wednesday, March 17. Thank you for your office by this Friday, March 5. If you did not receive First Reconciliation they will stay in the pews traditional costume of any ethnic or cultural group of Lenten giving. one in your Parent Envelope please ask Carol Patterson during the individual confessions with the rest the world. The students who are wearing their costume for one. Only the parents who have filled out this form of the students. of their family’s heritage on Tuesday evening may and returned it by this Friday will be considered for Fun Run want to save it for that evening. The Multi-Cultural & Our Fun Run has officially started. The packets are with tuition assistance for next year. Thank you! History FREE DRESS has to be wearable on the your students today. Please encourage your students to playground and in the classroom. For questions contact collect pledges and donations for the Fun Run. It is a your student’s teacher. healthy way to work for the school. Krispy Kreme Sale a Big Success!! We still have openings for any teens 15 years and older Thank you everyone who supported the Krispy Kreme sale. who would like to participate is this incredible The student helpers: Lexi Foldenauer, Catherine and experience. Our adventure begins July 18-25, 2004. 6th Grade Girls End Successful Season in your children have represented the best of Assumption Kelly Hayden, Jamie Pearsall, Hailey Siden, Marissa Registration forms are available in the kiosk or contact Last Second Thriller… School to the community and should be commended. Holewinski, Madeline and Josephine Vorenkamp, Clare and me for more information at 733-1380 ext. 22. The Assumption 6th Grade Girls Team missed advancing to Thanks to everyone for a great season, and good luck to Sam Chambers and Rebecca Porter. We appreciate all of the eighth graders next year. Sincerely, CJ Bennett your support. This sale raised $580 for the 8th Grade First Holy Communion Reception the Championship game by one point with just 1.5 seconds Service and History Projects! Susan Thurston, Gabriel All 1st grade parents who will be having a child/children remaining in Saturday's Final Four loss to a very feisty Boys Classroom Projects Available Vorenkamp and Mary Jane Chmelik making their First Holy Communion at Assumption next & Girls Club Team. With an 8-1 record and the regular Some very generous auction attendees purchased items year are expected to help with this years First season league championship, this has been a successful year that they thought parents would enjoy having back. Mrs. Benefit for Spyksma Family Communion reception on Sunday, April 25 at 9:30 am in for the girls by any measure. Several on this years' team Murphy's first grade class project had a photo of each A pasta dinner and silent auction to benefit the Spyksma the gym. We will need help with set-up, clean-up, and have been playing together since kindergarten. Over the last student in a Jazz Club costume. They are laminated and family will be held on March 14, 2004 at the Faith Luthern food. Call Becky Hollcroft at 647-8933 or Sherry six years together the team has amassed a combined 48-6 very nicely done. The costumes are available for purchase Church. The family lost their daught Nicole in January. Minniger at 738-9013 to sign-up. Remember next year record. More importantly, however, these young ladies for $20. The photo/CD is $10. Mrs. Roland's class project Gabriel Vornekamp is selling tickets. Please call 676-2735. you will get to enjoy the fruits of others labor. For more have learned a lot about teamwork, sportsmanship and had soda bottles with custom made labels that had the information contact Regina Vera at 733-1380. themselves as individuals. I have been very fortunate to be able to coach this fine group over the years and am very student's picture on them. These sell for $2. The profit Schoolpop Update from these items is going back to the school, not the Prayers of the Faithful ….Lord Hear Our Prayers proud of their outstanding sportsmanship as a team and their The PTC received a check from Schoolpop for $53.34. donors. Thank you Tom & Rita Schlotterback and John Healing Lord, Who understands the help needed after strong characters as individuals. Please join me in This is our donation on behalf of the participating Smrke & Peggy Kent! surgery, we ask for special help for Richard Vorenkamp congratulating this year's team on another great year! merchants. Assumption has 10 supporters for this last following his heart surgery, we pray to the Lord. Assumption School can be very proud of these fine young rebate period and it would be great if we could increase our Magazine Subscription Hasn’t Started? number of families participating. If you shop on-line, this is Understanding God, Who grants healing graces, we ask ladies. They're all winners! The team consisted of Josephine If you or someone you sold magazines to has not received a great free way to earn money for our school. Visit that the father and grandfather of Michele, Jeremy, Christner, Lauren Thomas, Devin Pearsall, Josephine the first issue of their magazine subscription, please Schoolpop.com for all the pertinent information. Jessica, and Maggie King receive healing help for mind, Vorenkamp, Kelly Hayden, Vanessa Warshawer, Nicole contact QSP Customer Service at 1-800-678-2673. This body and soul after his kidney operation yesterday, we Wakabayashi, Erin Bratlien, Julie Bellefeuille, number is also on the back of each receipt. After asking 2004 Assumption Parish Photo Directory pray to the Lord. Elysee Ledford, Nikki Barber and Leah for your zip code and last name, they will be able to tell Have you ever heard an announcement regarding a member Thomson. I extend a special thanks to all of you the status of your subscription. All subscriptions and wished you could put a face with a name? Are you new Loving Lord, Who welcomes the children into your the parents, grandparents, teachers and should have started by this month but there may be a to our Church and wish you had something to help you put arms, we ask that Adelina, cousin of Alex Roemmele, get classmates that came out to support us this specific delay with a particular publication or the names with faces? Well, help is on the way! We are going all the medical care she needs at Children's Hospital and year. And I give a big thank you to my information they have may be incorrect. Please contact to produce a new 2004 Pictorial Directory for our church. is back with her new family soon, we pray to the Lord. outstanding Assistant Coach and Wife, Sandy! QSP so you can start enjoying your magazine! Photo sessions are scheduled for April 13-17, June 15-19, Coach, Doug Compassionate God, Who gifts us with the beauty of and June 22-26. To make our directory a success we will your children like Karen Cozza, sister-in-law and aunt of Radio Spots on KAFE 7th & 8th Grade Girls Basketball Update need volunteers. School parents are encouraged to Hali and Carly Garnaas, we thank you for Karen's life Two very generous families donated enough money for Over the past week, the girls have put together two decisive volunteer to help. Evan Knight is coordinating the and ask that she rest in your loving arms in heaven, we us to run our radio spot on KAFE for two weeks. The wins in the end-of-season tournament to garner a spot in the volunteers for our new directory. If you are interested in pray to the Lord. spot for Assumption Catholic School is at 7:16 AM on championship game. On Monday, March 1, the team took helping during sign-ups or telephoning our parish members, 104.3 KAFE from March 1 through March 12. Thank first place in the tournament and second place in the league. contact Evan at the Parish Office 733-1380. March 6 & 7 you to our generous parents. Congratulations to the girls. I have a few thoughts I would will be our first sign up dates for photography and portrait like to share with you about the team. Our practices this viewing sessions. Bring your calendar and stop by the tables 366 Day Raffle Winners SCRIP UPDATE February 24, 2004 to March 2, 2004 season have been extremely unstructured. We usually work in the Gathering space to sign up. Please remember that your contractual agreement to on a few key things and scrimmage most of the time. purchase $2,400 of SCRIP this year must be completed Bill Braunberger However, when these girls hit the court they are all business, Assumption Esperanza Service & Learning Trek by March 31, 2004. This is so we can credit your tuition Rena Maddock and quickly remember what is important. Consequently, this On behalf of our Esperanza Trekkers we would like to before the last payment on May 1. All purchases made Baumstarck Family group of young ladies has exceeded all my expectations this extend a huge thank you to all of you who came and Annie Welch beginning April 1 will be counted toward next school season. They have all displayed exceptional sportsmanship supported our Mardi Gras Mexican Dinner. The response Gregg Schneider year’s commitment. Please note that next year the tuition under duress, phenomenal teamwork, and have treated each was overwhelming. It is because of you and your Ken Berry ($250 winner) credit will be changed. You will receive 25% of your other with kindness regardless of grade level or skill level generosity that makes this Service and Learning Trek David & Darlene Burgess SCRIP profit and the PTC will keep 75%. Thank you for differences. This attitude has not only shown up in their possible for our teens. What a blessing you are to our faith Pat Huntley supporting SCRIP. The program is having a great year winning record, but has also been noticed by other coaches community. Muchos Gracias! Regina Vera, Trek because of you. If you have any questions, please call the All are $10 winners unless otherwise indicated in the community who have told me personally that they Coordinator. SCRIP office at 733-6133 Ext 36. Jill VonFeldt and truly like the way our team plays and acts. I firmly believe Christine Lussier.
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