News for Assumption St. Bridget School
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JANUARY 19, 2020 - JANUARY 25, 2020

Weekly Calendar 

Sunday, January 19th 

Monday, January 20th 
No School, MLK Holiday (Extended Care CLOSED) 

Tuesday, January 21st 

Wednesday, January 22nd 
Middle School Mass with PreK 

Thursday, January 23rd 

Friday, January 24th 
5th Grade Mass 
Middle School Ski Bus, 3:30PM

Saturday, January 25th 

Click here to view the full ASB calendar! 

Main Announcements  

Pre-K Program Expansion  

We are excited to announce that we will be opening a second Pre-K class for the 2020-21 school year.  Kindergarten will be moving to their new home in our remodeled space, and we will be adding a second Pre-K class to the current kindergarten space in the church basement.  This class will mirror our current class in terms of age group, hours, schedule and curriculum, allowing us to serve twice as many families!  We are working on the licensing piece in order to be able to offer the extended day option as well.  Thank you to Fr. Oliver and Assumption Parish for granting us space to expand this important program, and we look forward to welcoming all of our new Pre-K students in the fall.

Important Dates for 2020-2021 School Year

As we look ahead to the 2020-2021 school year, please keep in mind a few of these important dates:

First Day of School: Tuesday, September 1st
Christmas Break: December 21st - January 1st
Easter Break: April 5th - April 9th
Last Day of School: Friday, June 11th

Art Parents Program - Volunteers Needed

The Art Parents Program is actively looking for volunteers to lead projects this year. No artistic experience is needed! It is a great opportunity to get into the classroom and work with the kids on a project of your own choosing. Plus you can gain volunteer hours done on your own time as you create your project. Please email Darcy Sera for more details. If you would like to get involved in the program but not lead a project, please email Eryn VolponeThank you! 

Traffic Duty - Thank you 7th Grade! 

1/20: No School, MLK Holiday 

1/21: Pelly, Bergman, Figueira, Christine A (Loop); Murphy, Blue (62nd) 

1/22: Logar, Adams, Brewer, Kinney (Loop); Spoonemore, Slatt (62nd) 

1/23: Spencer, Iversen, O'Connor, Childress (Loop); Ennes, Mjelde (62nd) 

1/24: Klebeck, Kannier, Perryman, Blume (Loop); Horn, Kheriaty (62nd) 

Advancement Office

New Family Referral Incentive 

Spread the word about our upcoming open House Thursday, January 30th at 9:30AM. The ASB New Family Referral Incentive is $500 in tuition credit and five volunteer hours. Don’t miss an opportunity to tell your neighbors, coworkers and friends about ASB.

Capital Campaign - Together We Can Reach Our Goal

Thanks to our generous donors we have now raised over 5.8 million in funding for our new building project. Check out the progress we are making; our new space is becoming reality! Estimated completion date is this summer. We are so close to meeting our 6.5 million dollar goal. 
We would not be here without the generosity of our incredible donors. Thank you! For questions and more information please reach out to Director of Advancement, Courtney Barker


Small rebates add up fast for ASB! Every $200 of QFC, Met Market, or PCC scrip (less than one week of groceries for most families) earns $10 of free money for ASB. If you don’t have a standing order yet, sign up NOW for a simple way to give back to ASB, or order weekly using your Wednesday envelope order form. 

January standing orders went home Wednesday. Email the Scrip Team by end of today if you find any errors or have not received your scrip. Thank you for your support!

End of Year Receipts 

Thank you for supporting ASB throughout 2019. Contributions to ASB School are deemed charitable under Sec. 501(c)(3). For 2019 giving receipt information please click HERE. We appreciate your generosity. 

Student Life

Bulldog Bash - Sunday, January 26th 

Join us next Sunday, January 26th in the Assumption Parish Gym for this fun community event kicking off Catholic Schools Week and supporting our ASB athletes!
7th Grade Girls Varsity vs. Villa Academy @ 3:45PM

8th grade Girls Varsity vs. St. Al/John @ 5PM

Admission is FREE. There will be concessions, contests, music and more!  

Guest Speaker - Gordon Greaves   

The Parents of Diverse Learners Group has invited guest speaker, Gordon Greaves, MA, LMFTA to speak on Tuesday, January 28th from 7-9PM at the home of Alethea Westover: 12400 42nd Ave NE. The topic will be helping children to develop and navigate friendships. All are welcome! 

Join us for the Chronicles of Narnia

While the holidays are now over, it's still winter in Narnia. Come visit!

New Items in the School Store 

New items are now available in the school store! Updated order forms were sent home in this week's Wednesday envelope. The new form is also available HERE. All orders will be sent home with your student(s). 

The school store is located in the Mary House and is open Wednesdays from 8:15AM-9AM and Thursdays from 2:45PM-3:15PM.

Bishop Blanchet Summer Camps  

Bishop Blanchet has released dates for their 2020 summer programs for rising K-9 graders. They are offering 14 different camps including: Study Skills, Cheer, Pottery & Printmaking, Basketball, Flag Football, Computer Programming and more! Click HERE for more information and to register.  


CYO Coordinators 

For any questions regarding CYO sports, please contact the following coordinators:

Emilie O'Connor - Volleyball Coordinator - Grades 5-8 
Kelley Kane - Basketball Coordinator - Grades 5-8
Steve Kelly - Baseball Coordinator - Grades 7-8

Click HERE for an article about sportsmanship. GO BULLDOGS!


The 7th and 8th grade girls volleyball teams are split into varsity and junior varsity divisions. This requires an assessment process that allows assessors to determine the best fit for each player. Assessments will be held the week of February 10th-13th, time TBD. In order to be eligible for the varsity team, students need to attend at least one of the assessment nights; two would be preferred. The assessors will be looking at the skills of each student and will focus on serving, passing, setting & spiking and court play. Parents are not allowed in the gym to watch the assessments. We strive to create an environment that is low stress and lots of fun! 


Are your kids struggling to get their shot off or deliver passes under pressure? Do they feel like there’s never enough space to make a pass? Click HERE for a live tutorial on all 4 stops, to free them up on the court and boost their confidence!

Please visit the CYO Team Sideline for game schedules. Good luck with the season.  

Spring Sports - Registration Open

NE Seattle Little League: Registration is now open for the 2020 season. For kids 4-6 NESLL's tee ball program is a great way to introduce your son or daughter to the game. The NESLL's softball program is the best in the region and a great way to get young girls involved in athletics and be a part of championship teams. And NESLL's baseball program is a great opportunity for boys and girls ages 5-16 to learn about teamwork and the fundaments of the game. Click HERE to begin the registration process and learn more.

Seattle Celtic Soccer Club:
Seattle Celtic will be holding spring season tryouts throughout the month of January. Celtic has a coaching staff with the perfect mix of energy, passion and expertise to help players develop and excel in a fun environment. Teams are all levels and for players born between 2002 and 2013. Tryouts are free to attend. Click HERE for more details.  

Faith & Service

SOCK-it to them! Share the G'LOVE' 

ASB School, along with Assumption, St. Bridget, and Our Lady of the Lake Parishes, annually supports the North King County Winter Shelter. This year we are coordinating a sock and glove drive and are asking students to bring in NEW pairs of socks and gloves which will be donated to the shelter and then given to the homeless clients they serve. This small act of kindness will provide warmth and comfort to our neighbors in need. Please bring all donations to school by Wednesday, January 29th. 

Assumption Parish

Please join Assumption Parish for Mass and celebrate in the ministry and fellowship of the Church. 

St. Bridget Parish 

Blues and Brews
The Knights of Columbus St. Bridget's Council invites you to a Blues and Brews Event on Saturday, January 18th from 6-9PM in the Parish Hall. The event will feature live Jazz music, wine, beer and appetizers. Cost is $15 per person and $20 per couple. Don't miss this great chance to socialize, relax and enjoy live music.

Weekly Mass Schedule
Please join
St. Bridget Parish for Mass and celebrate in the ministry and fellowship of the Church. 

Parent Board

Volunteers Needed

ScripScrip needs 2 volunteers to deliver standing orders to loyal neighbors in NE Seattle on January 14th or 15th for 1-2 hours. These orders earn $573 a month for ASB! Two parents working together can do all deliveries in about 1.5 hours. Please contact the Scrip Team if you are interested. Thank you!

Ski Bus: Contact David Cullop to act as the Communication Director for the Ski Bus. 

Click HERE for more info.

Looking Ahead

Important Dates to Remember 

January 26th - Bulldog Bash
January 26th - 8th Grade & PreK Led Mass
January 26th-31st - Catholic Schools & ASB Spirit Week 
January 28th - Guest Speaker, Gordon Greaves, 7-9PM
January 29th - Thanks-a-Latte 
January 30th - Winter Open House (PreK-8), 9:30AM
January 30th - Catholic Schools Week Mass, 1:30PM
January 30th-February 2nd - Narnia Musical 
January 31st - Midterm Reporting via Alma 
February 3rd - Free Dress Food Drive 
February 7th - Middle School Ski Bus, 3:30PM 
February 14th - No School, Staff Retreat (Extended Care Closed) 
February 17th-18th - No School, President's Day Holiday (Extended Care Closed) 

Click here to view the full ASB calendar! 
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