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Sunday, September 15, 2019

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Things to Know

Student Services and Hot Lunch Program

Lunch Order Forms  - October 2019 Lunch Orders


All Saints Catholic Academy is pleased to once again partner with Pancake Cafe, a venerable Naperville institution in fresh dining, presenting great tasting and nutritious lunch options for our preschool through grade 8 students and staff. 


Ordering is as easy as 1 - 2 - 3


October Hot Lunch Orders will be accepted through Tuesday, September 17.

Click here for the Preschool Lunch Order Form.

Click here for the K- 8 Lunch Order Form.

Please remember the following:

  1. Make a copy of your order form prior to turning it in.  A picture on your phone works great!
  2. Include your payment with your order form.  Checks should be made out to All Saints Catholic Academy or ASCA.
  3. Turn in your order by the order deadline.  Late orders will not be accepted.    

Please don’t be disappointed – turn in your order and payment early.  Questions?  Contact Cristine Shaw at  


Fall Book Fair

It is always an exciting week at ASCA when we can grow our love of reading with our Fall Book Fair.  


Our much anticipated Scholastic Fall Book Fair is almost here! The Arctic Adventure Book Fair has SNOW MUCH TO READ! The fair will arrive and be open for faculty and student previews on September 23rd.  The fair will be open for sales September 24th-26th from 8 am-5 pmFinal sales only on September 27th from 8 - 10 am. All proceeds raised from the book fair go to fund the library, and do not count toward FFO.


The book fair is a great way to get involved and volunteer. If you are interesting in volunteering for the book fair, please sign up via the following link:


Please contact Kathy Kokkinos or Cristine Shaw with any questions.


All Saints Collects Box Tops for Education and Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald House

As the Box Tops for Education program has now gone ‘electronic’, see the attached flyer for more information on downloading the App, and earning cash for ASCA.   You may still send in paper box tops that have not expired; we will be collecting them in the classrooms. 


We also are collecting your pop can tops for Ronald McDonald House.  Questions?  Contact Gretchen Muller at  Thank you in advance for your help!


2019-2020 School Supply Online Ordering/Lists

Online ordering continues through the end of September. Complete your order on line at, and use the school's account number which is ALL233.  


Orders placed after July 7 will be sent directly to school families within 3-5 business days.  Please retain a copy of the order confirmation email for your records.


Please click here for ordering information and pricing. Please note that Educational Products Inc. (our school supply kit provider) uses descriptions that match their inventory. You certainly have the option to purchase similar supplies elsewhere.  Please click here if you wish to view the 2019-2020 school supply lists.  If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Kokkinos at


Please click here for ordering information and pricing. Please note that Educational Products Inc. (our school supply kit provider) uses descriptions that match their inventory. You certainly have the option to purchase similar supplies elsewhere.  Please click here if you wish to view the 2019-2020 school supply lists.  If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Kokkinos at


The following are available for sale in the school office, or by contacting Maryanne Higdon at  

Grades K-8 Headsets - $25.00

Preschool and Kindergarten Nap Mats $25.00 

Replacement Assignment Notebook $5.00

Replacement Pencil Case $5.00

ASCA Car Decals and magnets $5 each.  


Field Trips

Field trips offer All Saints Catholic Academy students a wonderful opportunity to find out more about what they are studying and the world around them.


Past Year All Saints Field Trips

  • The 7th grade visited the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago to review weather concepts and to explore body system which ties in with our science curriculum. 
  • 6th Grade visited the Field Museum in Chicago learn more about natural history which ties in with their social studies curriculum. 
  • 2nd Grade students visited the Morton Arboretum today to enhance their study of plants, animals,and their habitat.
  • ASCA's Honors ELA 7th and 8th Grade students attended the Crosstown Debate at SS Peter and Paul.
  • ASCA's 5th grade students took a trip to the Cathedral of St. Raymond in Joliet.
  • ASCA's 1st grade students took a trip to see a live performance of Junie B. Jones.
  • ASCA's preschool students enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose.
  • ASCA's 8th grade students took a trip to Marmion Academy for a class retreat.  
  • ASCA's 7th grade students took a trip to Called By Name to study vocations.  
  • ASCA's 4th grade students took a trip to Naper Settlement to take part in living history.  
  • ASCA's 8th grade students took a trip to Mundelein Seminary to explore church vocations.  
  • Kindergarten students visited Kuipers Farm in Maple Park to learn more about pumpkins.
  • Grade 6 students traveled to Montini High School for a field trip.

Special Programs, Schedules and Forms

After School Enrichment Activities


Chess and STEM - Escape from the Tower

Chess for Beginning and Intermediate Players

Studies have shown that students who play chess do better in school.  Chess has shown to enhance the analytical, critical thinking, and visualization skills.  This program will teach the students, through lessons that build on each other, to play the game of chess.

Dates:  9/19, 9/26, 10/3 and 10/24 (all Thursdays)

Time:  3:30 - 4:30 pm

For:  Students entering Grades 1-8

Cost $40 (four sessions)

Click here to register online.  


STEM - Escape from the Tower

This club encourages students to work together, brainstorm solutions, make plans, test ideas, and improve designs after testing. Using various fairy tales, students identify a problem to be solved, and use their own creative skills to find solutions to the problem. The concept of growth mindset is introduced to cultivate a positive attitude while solving problems, understanding that mistakes are an essential part of the learning process. Students will have fun through partner play, collaborative brainstorming, and hands-on problem solving.


Dates: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22 (all Tuesdays)

Time: 3:30 – 5:00 pm

For: Students entering Grades K - 3

Cost: $100 (includes $10 supply fee)

Click here to register online.  


Art Enrichment Class

Does your child want to expand their artistic vocabulary, motor skills and drawing and painting skills? Then this is the perfect after school class! Under the amazing direction of ASCA Art Teacher, Mrs. Paula Breunig, students will be will be exploring different mediums each session as we create self portraits, landscapes, contemporary art pieces and more. Each session will focus on different skills to improve each participants skills and knowledge of different art materials.

  • Who is this class for?  This class is for ages: K+
  • When is this class?  Tuesday afternoon from 3:35 - 4:35 pm in the art room.    Session begins on September 24, and runs through October 29.
  • What will we be doing?  Session One: Charcoal Animal Portraits

Out of Uniform fundraiser to benefit the ASCA Class of 2021

Information about this optional fundraiser to benefit the ASCA Class of 2021 has been sent home with all youngest and only students.  You can also view the form by clicking here


Out-of-Uniform fundraiser days are offered by the current 7th grade class (Class of 2021) to raise money for its 8th grade trip next year.  By participating in this fundraiser, your child can enjoy a total of 5 Out-of-Uniform days.  The Class of 2021 thanks you for your generous support!


Out-of-Uniform fundraiser days are:

•           Friday, October 18, 2019

•           Thursday, December 19, 2019

•           Friday, February 21, 2020

•           Friday, March 20, 2020

•           Friday, May 15, 2020


The cost to participate is:

•           $20 (per child) to participate in the Prepaid Package for all 5 Out-of-Uniform days (with a $50 MAXIMUM per family)

•           $10 (per child) Drop-in Rate for each individual Out-of-Uniform Day


To take advantage of the Prepaid Package, please return the form below by Friday, August 30, 2019 to the school office.  Payment will be made via cash or check (payable to ASCA). 

Please note that NO OTHER OUT OF UNIFORM PASSES CAN BE USED ON THESE DAYS.  Students who have not paid for the package, or paid the $10 on the morning of the scheduled day WILL BE EXPECTED TO BE IN UNIFORM.  


If you prefer to pay for each Out-of-Uniform day separately, your child must bring in $10 cash the morning of the scheduled Out-of-Uniform day.  Any questions, please contact Tracy Coleman at or Kendra Kirchgessner at


  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from September 26, 2018.
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from October 2, 2018.
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from October 9, 2018.
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from October 15, 2018.
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from October 22, 2018.
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from November 5, 2018. 
  • Click here for the very special Grandparents Day edition of the ASCA NOW News.
  • Click here for the ASCA Now News from December 3, 2018 (New Feature - ASCA Question)
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from December 10, 2018
  • Click here for the Christmas edition of the ASCA NOW News
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from January 14, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from January 22, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from January 28, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from February 11, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from February 19. 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from February 25, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from March 4, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from March 11, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from March 18, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News (April Fools Day Edition) from April 1, 2019)
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from April 8, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from April 15, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from April 29, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from May 6, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from May 13, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from May 20, 2019
  • Click here for the ASCA NOW News from June 3, 2019


Sticky Fingers Cooking Class

  • Click here to register for the Fall 2019 session.   This after school activity takes place on Wednesdays from 3:35 to 4:35 pm.    Click here for the informational flyer.  Click here to check out the recipes.  


Fun Fair 2020 will be on Friday, January 31, 2020 from 5:30 – 8 PM












ASCA Junior High Math Club

Did you know that ASCA has a  math club?  Do you enjoy puzzles and figuring out challenging problems?  The All Saints Math Club offers an enrichment opportunity that encourages students to explore challenging problems.   The Club also provides an opportunity to compete in premier math competitions, where the team has enjoyed great success.

Click here for more information about Math Club.


















2019-2020 Parent Student Handbook

Please click here for the 2019 - 2020 Parent Student Handbook for more detailed information.  


ASCA Summer Reading

Summer Reading Program

At All Saints, we keep learning all summer long!  

To view the Kindergarten Reading List - CLICK HERE.  

To view the Grade 1 - 5 Reading Lists and Projects - CLICK HERE.

To see the Junior High (Grades 6 - 8) Reading Lists on our website with Live Links to the ASCA Summer Book Chat  - CLICK HERE (be sure to scroll down the page to find).  To view the Junior High Reading List packet, CLICK HERE.  

Summer Parent Reading List - CLICK HERE.


ASCA Junior High School

Summer Reading



  1. It promotes and supports reading for pleasure.
  2. Reading everything and anything raises achievement.  
  3. Research shows that students who read over the summer actually gain reading skills at all grade levels.
  4. It keeps students from losing what they’ve learned – summer learning loss is a real phenomenon in which students can lose up to 1-2 months of knowledge during the summer.
  5. Reading over the summer months has been shown to counteract that learning loss.
  6. It gives students access to new knowledge and points of view – one of the overarching benefits of reading is what people can learn from the content they read. They can be exposed to other cultures, new places, unique ideas and so much more.
  7. It improves student performance in the classroom. The only way to get better at reading is to read more. Reading skills take a long time to develop and can’t be taught in preparation for a test or assignment. Instead, students should include reading on a regular basis as part of their lifestyle.




  • This summer, all junior high students must read at least 2 books, however, only of one of the books must come from the ASCA Junior High Summer Reading list on the following  pages.
  • Students are encouraged to read as many of these books as they wish.
  • Pick books that you will enjoy as well as those that will challenge you.  
  • If you find the book to be too easy or too difficult to read, chose another. One great way to find this out is to read a few pages to see how many words you do not recognize.  If you cannot find any words you do not know, it is probably too easy for you. 
  • Also, check out your local library for more suggestions to locate books that match individual interests and reading levels.
  • The selected book should be a book you  have not previously read. Let your conscience be your guide.
  • Students will read a book and then complete a Google Form entitled “ASCA Summer Book Chat” where they will answer four questions about their book which include:


  1. How did the main character change in the book?
  2. How did the setting of the book (location, time period or both) impact the story?
  3. What was your favorite moment in the book? Least favorite moment?
  4. Who would you recommend this book to and why? 


  • Information on expectations of how the questions should be answered can be found in the following pages. Students should read over the prompts before they read each book.
  • When kids return to ASCA after summer break, they will be working in their ELA class on an activity based on the books they read over the summer and discuss the answers to the prompts they wrote on each of  their “ASCA Summer Book Chat” forms.
  • Books are available at Naperville Public Library and can be found in a variety of formats (print, digital, audio). All formats are acceptable to complete summer reading, but  students who listen to an audio version of the book follow along with a print or digital copy as well.
  • When visiting the Naperville Public Library or a library in your own hometown, don’t forget to  sign up for the Summer Reading Program!


Here are the individual links for each teacher’s ASCA Summer Book Chat form:  


Entering 6th Grade ELA -

Entering 7th Grade ELA -

Entering 8th Grade ELA -

**Please fill out a form using your future ELA teacher’s link only. 


Here is the link to the entire Rebecca Caudill 2020 List

Here is the link to the ASCA Read-A-Palooza Summer Reading Contest Video. You can also find it on the Google Forms.


ASCA Junior High

Summer 2019 Suggested Reading List


Fiction Titles                                                                                                  Author

The Book Scavenger                                                                    Bertman, Jennifer

The War that Saved My Life                                                        Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker

The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street                                         Currie, Kindsay

The Hour of the Bees                                                                   Eagar, Lindsay

It all Comes Down to This                                                             English, Karen

Space Case                                                                                  Gibbs, Stuart

The Inquisitor’s Tale                                                                     Gitwitz, Adam

When Friendship Followed Me Home                                          Griffin, Paul

The Paper Magician                                                                     Holmberg, Charlie

House Arrest                                                                                 Hold, K.D.

The Great Trouble                                                                         Hopkinson, Deborah

All’s Faire in Middle School                                                           Jamieson, Victoriah

You Go First                                                                                  Kelly, Erin Entrada

Amina’s Voice                                                                               Khan, Hena

Upside Down in the Middle of Nowhere                                        Lamana, Julie

The Boy on the Wooden Box                                                         Leyson, Leon

A Night Divided                                                                              Nielsen, Jennifer A.

The Boundless                                                                               Oppel, Kenneth

Switch! The Lost Kingdoms of Karibu                                            Prince, Karen

Track Series (Ghost, Patrina, Sunny, Lu)                                       Reynolds, Jason

The Blackthorn Key                                                                        Sands, Kevin

The Keepers                                                                                  Sanders, Ted

Falling Over Sideways                                                                   Sonnenblick, Jordan

Beneath                                                                                         Smith, Roland

Three Bird Summer                                                                       St. Antoine, Sara

The Secret Keepers                                                                       Steward, Trenton

Nevermoor: the Trials of Morrigan Crow                                        Townsend, Jessica

Timebound (The Chronos Files)                                                    Walker, Rysa

Beyond the Bright Sea                                                                   Wolk, Lauren



Non Fiction Titles                                                                                                  Author

Unbroken (adapted for young reader copy available too)                   Hillenbrand, Laura

Swifter, Higher, Stronger                                                                     Macy, Sue

The Duel: The Parallel Lives of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr   St. George, Judith

Samurai Rising                                                                                    Turner, Pamela S

I Am Malala                                                                                          Yousafzal, Malala





*Please look over the directions and examples below to see teacher expectations of how students should answer the SUMMER READING PROMPTS on the Google Docs Form.


  1. You should write in complete sentences using proper spelling and punctuation.
  2. Please incorporate the question in your answer.
  3. Include your name, the title of the book, and the author on each form.
  4. Be descriptive in your answer and write a minimum of 3 (three) sentences that really answer the question asked in the prompt.
  5. When answering your question, be sure the answer shows your future ELA teacher that you read and understood the book.




PROMPT 1: How did the main character change in the book?


You should give evidence and examples from the book about how the main character behaved in the beginning as compared to later in the book or at the end of the book.


Example: In Masterminds, the main character, Eli, changed in this book because in the beginning he was very comfortable with and accepting of his life in Serenity. He did not question his environment or surroundings at all and accepted most everything the way his dad and other adults explained it. As the book progressed, Eli began to search for information online, sneak out of his house and explore the warehouse, which shows that he was starting to think for himself and was questioning and challenging the ideas and behavior around him.


PROMPT 2: How did the setting of the book (location, time period or both) impact the story?


You should describe the setting in the book and how it impacted the storyline or characters using evidence or an examples from the book.


Example:  The the book, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, the setting plays a very important part of the story.  This story takes place in the 1930’s  in rural Mississippi. The story’s setting is  in during the height of the Great Depression. This accounts, in part, for why so many of the characters are poor, and provides an account of how blacks fared during the Great Depression. But the characters in the novel aren't just poor because of the Depression. They're also poor because of racial inequalities in America, and particularly in the South. This was still years before  the Civil Rights movement, and still firmly in the era of open racism and segregation.  The characters lives revolve around this injustice and makes the conflicts between characters very strong.


PROMPT 3: What was your favorite part of this book? Least favorite part.


This is your opinion.  Be as detailed as you can to explain these two parts.  If you did not have a least favorite part, explain why.


Example: My favorite part of To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, was when the Reverend Sykes tells Scout to “Jean Louise. Stand up, your Father’s passin’”.  I thought this showed the great respect the Reverend Sykes had for Atticus Finch and how Atticus tried to help clear Tom Robinson’s name in court.   On the other hand, my least favorite part was when Tom Robinson was shot.  I feel he was set up and was killed without any justice. If he had lived, Atticus might have been able to appeal his guilty verdict.  With Tom being dead, there was no need for the appeal and everyone will forever think he was guilty of hurting Mayella Ewell.


PROMPT 4: Would you recommend this book to others? Why or why not?


This can be a hard question to answer well. If you choose to answer this, you need to give specific evidence that shows you read the book in your recommendation (or lack of recommendation) to others. It’s not enough to say, “It was funny” or “It was really good”. That does not show that you read the book. What happened in the book that made it funny or good or action-packed!?


Example: I would recommend the book House Arrest to anyone who enjoys a novel in verse and appreciates a “fast” read. The story of Timothy and his little brother, Levi, who was very medically fragile, was touching and also suspenseful as you follow along to see if Levi will get the medical help he needs and if Timothy will get out of the terrible trouble he made for himself trying to solve his family’s problems. This is a great book not only for the compelling story of the brothers, but also for the way K.A. Holt connects you to Timothy and develops his character.


Additional Challenge.  How many books can you read in 11 weeks?  Everytime you read a book, fill out an “ASCA Summer Book Chat” Google Form using your particular ELA teacher’s link.  The students who read the most books and/or read more than their ELA teacher will enjoy a surprise the first week back to school in August.


From time to time over the summer, each teacher will post on SchoolSpeak how many books they have read to let their students know.  Each teacher will also be filling out an ASCA Summer Book Chat form for each book she reads as well.


My Summer Reading Checklist


  • Read 2 books of my choice.
  • Fill out an “ASCA Summer Book Chat” form using my ELA Teacher’s link for each book read- you must have at least 2.
  • Read more books and fill out more “ASCA Summer Book Chat”forms to enter into our reading contest (Can you read more than your ELA teacher?)
  • Be ready to discuss the books the first week back in August.
  • Relax and have a great summer!


May your summer reading be just the beginning of what hopes to be a wonderful and successful 2019-2020 school year here at All Saints Catholic Academy. Have a fabulous summer, and we look forward to seeing you in August!


            Mrs. Barnhart        Miss Selvick          Mrs. Fodor           Mrs. Galise




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