Friday, 30 October 2015

ACS Cross Country

     Yesterday the Raiders competed in the SWOSSA cross-country championships at Malden Park.

     In the very cold winds the raider runners turned in some great performances and we've got some great results!

     The midget boys placed 8th in all of southwestern Ontario and they were led by Cole Jessop whose continued improvement – 40 seconds faster than last week – proves that practicing hard makes all the difference.  Benedyct Skyrzpek, Paul Mikhail, Dylan Cai, Daniel Xie and Johnny White also ran well.

     The Junior Boys got better and better and they capped there season with an 8th place finish at SWOSSA  They were led by Uygur Tepe who ran almost a minute and a half faster from last week and was only a few places from the "SWOSSA REVERSE".  Alex "Quattro" Borden, Eray Yilmaz, Evan Tanovich and Andy Little all ran well, improving their times from last week.

     Nathan Droulliard a grade 11 running against grade 11s and 12s, ended his season with his best performance by far, nearly cracking the top 30 in all of southwestern Ontario and improving his time by 40 seconds in one week. Great job Nathan!

     Our lone senior girl runner, Daniela Papac, another grade 11 running against both grade 11s and 12s, improved her time by over one minute from last week and placed 11th in all of southwestern Ontario. Great race Daniela!

     The top finish of the day belonged to the midget girls' team. They finished 5th in all of southwestern Ontario nearly catching the fourth placed team. They were led by Alexa Mongeon, Claire Sion, Sarah Martin, Lia Oschianney and Michaela Buxton. All of the midget girls ran well and improved their performances from WECSSA.  They proved that they are a force to be reckoned with in the future.

    The highlight of the day came in the midget girls' race. Alex Mongeon definitely turned in the run of the day, the run of the season. Alexa achieved the ever elusive SWOSSA REVERSE. That is, she actually finished better at SWOSSA than at WECSSA. This is an extremely difficult feat but Alexa was on a mission. She placed 6th at WECSSA but then placed 4th in all of southwestern Ontario, just 15 seconds behind the gold medalist. This earned Alexa a trip to Collingwood next weekend to compete in the OFSSAA championships. Congratulations Alexa! You earned it!!

    Mr. Conlon and Ms. Lukas would once again like to congratulate all runners on a great team performance.

Monday, 26 October 2015

ACS Halloweek!!

ACS Halloweek
Monday,October 26
Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest @ lunch in the cafeteria

Wednesday, October 28
Student Success Assembly

Thursday, October 29
Door Decorating Competition @ 3rd Period Classes

Friday, October 30
Full Custome Dress Down
Costume Competition @l unch in the cafeteria.

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

ACS Student Success Assembly

Our first student success assembly will be held on Wednesday October 28,2015.

Looking forward to celebrating all of our successes as an Assumption Community

ACS Take Your Kids to Work Day 2015

It's that time of year again!

The 21st annual "Take our kids to work day" is right around the corner.  

Here is some of the information:

Who: All grade 9 students who complete permission forms on or before November 2nd

What: A NATIONAL Job shadow day for Grade 9 students.


Key dates and activities include:

Period 3, Monday October 26th – Teacher Packages Delivered to Period 3 grade 9 teachers.

Period 3, Thursday October 29th – Grade 9 Assembly regarding more detailed information including health and safety awareness training  - Start time: approximately 12 pm.

Monday, November 2nd  - Permission forms are due – please submit to me by the end of the day along with a list of grade 9 students that are not participating

Wednesday November 4th ALL DAY -  Take Our Kids To Work Day –participating students go directly to Job Shadow Placements and non-participating students attend school as per their regularly scheduled classes

-On Thursday October 29th the Information and Health and Safety assembly will take place in the cafeteria at approximately 12:00 - please wait until classes are called down.

-On the day of the event - students are to go directly to/with their host for the day - Example... if the student is shadowing Aunt Jane at the Bank - she goes directly to the Bank as long as a completed permission form has been submitted.

Specific information will be administered regarding this event via handouts on the 27th and assembly on the 29th and Mr. Frias will be available should any teacher, student, parent have any questions or need clarifications.

-To encourage students to start thinking about their pathways seriously
-To have students develop an appreciation for "The World of Work".

ACS Evening of Excellence

All students attending the evening of excellence tonight are to meet in the cafeteria at 6:20 pm sharp!!

The evening will begin at 7 pm.

Looking forward to celebrating all of your accomplishments as an Assumption community!!

ACS Breast Cancer Awareness

October is national breast cancer awareness month.

To raise awareness, we will be giving a breast cancer awareness fact of the day to help inform students about the cause.

Today's fact of the day is:

Most breast cancer – about 85 percent – occurs in women who have no family history of breast cancer.

Thank you and stay tuned for your next fact of the day.

ACS Coats for Kids

Do you have coats that don't fit?

Do you want to help out people in need for this cold winter?

All during this week, the 18th-23rd, Assumption's Kids for Peace will be collecting coats for kids in the main lobby at the Huron Church entrance from 7:40-8:10 everyday.

Every three coats you give you get one dress down.(one dress down Max). 

Posters will be up around the school with all the information.

Thank You in advance for you contribution!

ACS Art Club

Art Club! Art Club! Art Club!! 

We will resume on Wednesday, October 21st, in Room 402, from 2:30 until 3:30 p.m.

All students are welcome! Come and tap into your creative side!

ACS Cross Country Highlights!

Last Wednesday, the Raiders competed in Sarnia at the Cantera Park Invitational Cross-country meet... and we've got highlights.

The day started off well with the midget girls capturing a bronze medal team finish led by top ten finishes by Alexa Mongeon and Claire Sion. Other teammates who turned in fine performances were Lia Oschanney, Sarah O'Brien, Majestic Ruttle, Krystal Warner and Michaela Buxton.
The Junior girls were led by Nyadeni Jordan-Simon while the senior girls were led by Daniela Papac's bronze medal performance.

The midget boys were led to a 7th place finish by Jessop Cole, followed closely by Benydyck Skyrpyck then Daniel Xie, Paul Mikhail, Dylan Cai and Johnny White.

The Junior Boys, equaled the midget girls bronze medal performance led by Uygur Tepe who ran "out of his shoes" to finish 11th overall. He was supported by excellent performances by teammates Alex Borden, Eray Yimaz, Nick Harris, Evan Tanovich and Andy Little.

The Senior boys were led by Nathan Droulliard who ran an aggressive and gutsy race over 7km to finish 11th overall in a very talented field.

The three stars of the meet were Daniela Papac who raced to a bronze medal finish in a field that included two grade 12 runners who are among the best in Ontario.

Alecsa Mongnon who keeps getting stronger and like Daniela won a Canterra Competition T-shirt for her 6th place finish.

And Claire Sion who powered her way to an eigth place finish... just missing a t-shirt that we all know she deserved.

The "Practice Pays Off Awards" go to Cole Jessop, Uygur Tepe and Nathan Drouillard whose races yesterday demonstrated how their commitment at practice paid off in great results as they turned in their best races of the season.

Finally, on behalf of coaches Mr. Conlon and Ms. Lukas, we would like to congratulate the entire team for the amazing overall team effort yesterday and superb team spirit!

ACS Lottery going Strong

Lottery sales are going well so far.

Remember we are raising money to buy things for teams and clubs. 

There are incentives for selling your tickets early. Ask your teacher for details about this.

Any requests for extra books can also be made with your homeroom teachers .

Thanks for all your help Assumption. 

ACS Volunteering for Detroit Marathon

Amazing volunteers at the water station for the Detroit Marathon. Way to go ACS!

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

New ACS Wear For Sale

The school is selling new SWEATSHIRTS for all students that are interested for $30. See Mrs. Presello in Campus  Ministry.

Friday, 9 October 2015

Happy Thanksgiving ACS!!!

Wishing all our students, teachers, support staff, families, and the Assumption community a peaceful and Happy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, 1 October 2015