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Catholic Schools Week Schedule 2019

Sunday, January 27- Saturday, February 2

Theme: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed. Believe.

Monday 1/28 - SERVE


Donations of new or gently used towels, blankets, cat litter, canned cat food, cat treats, dry dog or cat food, new dog or cat beds, will be collected for Faithful Friends & Forgotten Cats organizations. (see flyer) Students & Staff  may dress down in animal prints or clothing items with animals or animal names on them. (animal print t-shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts, pants; animal print socks; or animal accessories)

Tuesday 1/29 - SUCCEED


St. Mark’s visit


9:00-9:45 Classroom Activities with St. Mark's High School students


   Marcus (Spartan Mascot) will visit classes.


9:45-10:00   St. Mark’s DrumLine performs in gym for student body.


10:15-10:45  Panel discussion with St. Mark’s students 


10:45-11:15  8th grade High School Reveal with Grades PreK 3 - Grade 6


        (8th grader small groups are assigned to each class to share their high school


         choice & why.)


11:30-12:30  Pizza Lunch with Alumni (8th graders & Catholic high school alumni)  


        *Normal lunch for rest of school


7th Grade to St. Elizabeth Variety Show at 10:00 am.


Wednesday 1/30 – LEARN


Spelling Bee 


Grades 4-8 at 8:15


Grades K- 3 (when older students have completed their competition)


School Staff Luncheon 12 noon – 1:30 pm LLEB  (HSA/Student Council)


Geography Bee -  Grades 4-8 (3rd may come to watch in the lower level) at 1:45

Thursday 1/31 - BELIEVE


Mass at 10:00 am (Student Council)


Lunch & board game recess with our buddies in the cafeteria OR classrooms   

Friday 2/1 - LEAD


ASCS Spirit Day


Spirit wear shirt, ASCS sweatshirt; sports jersey, STREAM shirt, sneakers


Please be at gymnasium by 12:30


Primary Relay Races (Pre K to 3rd)


Intermediate / Middle School Volleyball game


Sock Hop 6:00pm -8:30pm





The All Saints Catholic middle school teaching philosophy provides our students with an excellent core curriculum, using a S.T.R.E.A.M. approach within a faith-filled environment. Hands-on educational experiences, that cultivate respect and cooperation, offer our students unique ways to uncover new learning experiences that are so necessary for future educational challenges.

Ancient civilizations and U.S. history form the foundation of the social studies program. Critical thinking skills are necessary to understand the complex nature of diverse events in both ancient and American history. Higher-order thinking is encouraged at every opportunity, and practiced in the classroom, by actively using techniques like cooperative learning. Geography skills and activities are included as a valuable element of the curriculum. Current events issues & social justice topics are discussed on a weekly basis.
National Common Core Standards and Wilmington Diocesan Curriculum Guidelines are followed.
Grade 6: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill (Our World)
Grade 7 and 8: Holt McDougal (United States History) 

Multiple S.T.R.E.A.M.-related projects or activities are assigned:
Sumerian Cuneiform writing activity
iMovie group presentations on ancient Indian civilizations
Small group presentations on the 13 colonies, by creating student PREZIs

Small group activity assembling 5 paragraph essays on Constitutional Era

Constitution Center, Independence Hall & the Liberty Bell Pavilion 
Terracotta Warriors Exhibit at the Franklin Institute
Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire 
Finance Park (Career Expo Day)
New York City and the 9/11 Memorial

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