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CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK- January 29- February 4

Catholic Schools Week Begins Sunday, January 29, 2016.  Here is a list of activities by day the Academy of St. Matthias the Apostle will be holding for the week:

  • Sunday, January 29- Participating in 10:30 AM Parish Mass. All ASMA students are encouraged to wear their school uniform to Mass.
  • Sunday, January 29- OPEN HOUSE- 11:30 AM-1:30 PM.  Meet in front foyer for a guided tour of the school.
  • Sunday, January 29- 12 Noon,  Academic Challenge Team at DeMatha Catholic HS.
  • Monday, January 30-Coffee and Doughnuts for Parents- 7:45- 8:00 AM in Upper level Library. Parents are encouraged to attend classroom “morning meeting”. Meet with Principal Schratz for Roundatable discussion at 9:15 AM in Hughes Center.
  • Monday, January 30- National History Day Presentations- 1:30-3:00 PM
  • Tuesday, January 30- 8:15-9:15 AM. Open House for Prospective Parents. Call 301-577-9412 for details.
  • Tuesday, January 30- 9:15-10:15 AM. Catholic Schools Week Mass. Sanctuary of St. Matthias the Apostle Church.
  • Wednesday, January 31- Pennies for Pakistan Fundraiser
  • Wednesday, January 31. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) Assembly for students in Friendship Hall 8:30-10:00 AM.
  • Thursday, February 1- Tag Day for all students, Educational Buddy Activity, HSA treats all students to ice cream at lunch, NO homework tonight!
  • Friday, February 2- Blastoff Breakfast for teachers 8-9:00 AM courtesy ASMA HSA.
  • Friday, February 2- SOUPER Bowl Tag Day- Students bring in canned or powder soup to donate to St. Matthias Food Bank and dress in your team’s colors.
  • Friday, February 2- 9 AM in Church: Prayer Service to Celebrate our Chain of Kindness
  • Friday, February 2 – Half Day for Students. Second Quarter Report Cards Distributed.  Dismissal at 12:05 PM. No After Care on Friday 2/2.
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