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PTOLearn about what the PTO is doing or volunteer to help out at PTO events
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Driving DirectionsGet driving directions and view where ASCA is located.
VIRTUS TrainingVolunteers need to sit through this one-time class. Find out times and locations here.
A Day In The Life Of A 1st Grader
ASCA Student Council Helps Regional Food Bank
The ASCA Student Council took on their first community outreach for 2015. The Student Council volunteered to help the Regional Food Bank collect food and load the food bank truck in Guilderland. Click here to view Channel 10's news coverage.
A Word From Our Parish ...
Catholic Schools Week: Is it a school with a parish, or is it a parish with a school? It is a question I always consider when people ask me about Catholic Schools Week, though you might look at that opening question and ask, "What?"
It is a good question, because our parish communities have a mandate from the Gospel to preach the good news. Moreover, that is exactly what a good Catholic school does. It is another one of the ministries of a parish: to educate well-rounded individuals in Gospel values, preparing those young individuals to take their eventual place in the larger secular community. All the educational efforts of the parish school are focused on the life of faith. That faith is formed in knowledge of the teachings of the Church and of the Gospel, and those qualities are demonstrated through a life of service to the community.
A Catholic school is a community of faith, knowledge, and service, as a ministry of the parish community; and Catholic Schools Week provides a wonderful opportunity for us to reflect on whether we have "a school with a parish, or a parish with a school," and make sure our parish school is living its mandate from the Church.
Happy New Year ASAC! As we begin 2015, the ASCA PTO has some exciting events in the works. We will be looking for volunteers to help during Catholic Schools Week. There are many different opportunities ranging from a few hours during the day, to helping out in the evening or even baking some goodies at home.
Check out the school web site - PTO tab for specific details by selecting this link: http://ascaalbany.org/ClubsOrganizations/ParentTeacherOrganizationPTO.aspx
If you have any questions send an email to PTO@ascaalbany.org
Pasta Night & Talent Show February 12th
The Talent Show and Pasta Night is being changed to Thursday, February 12th to allow enough time for the performers to practice. With the anticipation of poor weather for the next 36 hours, we want to be sure the performers are ready. The extension also allows students that have yet to sign up to perform to still be part of the fun-filled evening. at 6:00pm. Dinner will be served from 6-6:45 PM, and the talent show will begin at 7:00 PM. Click here to download the dinner and ticket order form.
The 2014-2015 yearbook is underway. Advertising space is available for very reasonable prices. You may submit a message for your child or advertise for a business. Photos may also be submitted. Please note that photos work best on a 1/4 page ad or larger. Photo quality is compromised on smaller ads. You may also be listed as a patron for $5 by indicating as such on the attached advertising contract with a $5 payment. Download the form here.
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Catholic Schools Week January 25th thru February 1st
Many wonderful and exciting events will fill Catholic Schools Week in 2015. For a complete listing click here.
Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger Visits All Saints
For more information about our school and programs, contact Ms. Traci Johnson
All Saints Catholic Academy
10 Rosemont Street
Albany, NY 12203
Phone: (518) 438-0066
Fax: (518) 438-0066