September 10, 2014
We look forward to a truly wonderful year
at Christ the King School!
May God bless all children as they begin
the new school year!
*AdvancEd Accreditation Update: Our AdvancEd report has been completed and has been submitted. A copy of the report is on file in the school office. Although our school will not be visited by the team, principals will be meeting with the visiting team members at the Diocese during the week of October 6th. All schools in the Diocese have gone through this process, and are accredited by AdvancEd.
Ms. Karen Koloski, CTK Business Administrator. Karen will be here each day and will be available to parents for tuition billing issues.
Mrs. Renee Ditzenberger (Mrs. D) is our new nurse. The Middlesex Education Services Commission provides a part time nurse as part of our nursing grant. She will be here on Mondays and Thursdays. Mrs. Charneski will be with us again on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Mrs. Michelle Scricco has returned to CTK to run our cafeteria. We are so thrilled to have her back with us!! I know our children will love the new menu selections!
*Carpool Information: Two families have asked us to pass on the following carpool requests:
Franklin Twp. (Somerset) Anyone interested in carpooling to/from school please contact the office.
Bridgewater (Sunny Slope Road Area) A parent is in need of transportation for her son
from CTK to the Sunny Slope Road area 4 or 5 times a week. Morning transportation
*Special Announcements: Please note that included in this envelope is information about the Computer Club, CTK Quizzo Team Trivia Night, Debate Team, and CTK Basketball. All registration forms should be returned to the school.
*Back-to-School Night: Our annual Back-to-School Night will take place on Wednesday, September 17, at 7:00 p.m. Information regarding Honeywell Instant Alert and Power School Grading System will be given out at this time.
"Make a joyful noise to God, all the earth,
Sing praise to the glory of his name;
Give to him glorious praise."
Psalm 66: 1-3
The administration, faculty, staff, and students of Christ the King School, Manville, foster a vibrant Catholic learning environment enabling a diverse student population to develop its potential spiritually, academically, morally, and socially and accepts its responsibility of Christian service to the local and global community, through the ministry of Catholic education.