This week, Jan. 25-31, is Catholic Schools Week, and Ascension Catholic School has much to celebrate!
“It’s important to highlight the impact of faith-based education on the moral climate of our society,” Principal Dorwatha Woods said. “Ascension Catholic School students are civically involved, morally conscious and academically strong. They are on a trajectory for a strong future.”
The school community is marking the week with three special events: One is DEAR time, a half hour when everyone in the school “Drops Everything to Read.” Another is Intercom Bingo, a student favorite. And lastly, the school is holding an essay contest for students, who will write about what they like about Ascension School.
Everyone is welcome to join us for a school mass at 9:30 a.m. this Wednesday, Jan. 28, at Church of the Ascension. The school is also displaying students’ science projects at its Core Knowledge Science night, at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29.