At Christ the King
, a caring learning environment is provided for students. Our teachers and staff are dedicated to nurturing and guiding students to achieve academic excellence, encouraging creativity, developing confidence and building relationships based upon respect and trust.
All our graduates are well prepared to meet the challenges of High School academics.
News and Notes
November 19, 2014
*Thank You! A special thank you is extended to all parent volunteers who helped to make our Scholastic Book Fair so successful!! We truly appreciate your sacrifice of time!
*Calendar Reminder: November 26th is a 12:30 dismissal day, with no lunch and no After Care.*December Calendars and Menus will be sent home with the children in next week's envelopes.
*Drama Fundraiser: Just a reminder, Deal or No Deal/Let's Make a Deal Fundraiser will take place this Friday, November 21st, in the school cafeteria. Please see the enclosed flyer for more details. Thank you for supporting our CTK Drama Club!
*Kids Night Out: Our next event will take place on Friday, December 19th. Children will go to see the Christmas Light Show at PNC Bank Arts Center! Space on the bus is limited, so please send in the enclosed enrollment form as soon as possible. Thanks to Melissa Grecco for planning this great event!
*Children's Christmas Eve Mass: All are invited to participate in the celebration of Jesus' birth at the 4:00 pm Christmas Eve Mass at the Sacred Heart Church worship site. Please return the enclosed permission slip to Mrs. Grecco by December 12, 2014.
"So then, whenever we have an opportunity,
Let us work for the good of all,
And especially for those of the family of faith."
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.
Did you know that...
NEW GRADING RUBRIC
Special Area Subjects
As mandated by the Diocese of Metuchen, a new grading rubric is being used for special area subjects. Students in grades 3-8 will be graded according to the criteria presented in these rubrics. The rubrics apply only to special area subjects: Art, Music, Computer Science, PE, and Spanish.
Be sure to check your child’s teacher’s Classroom Page for additional information. Questions regarding this new rubric may be addressed by e-mailing the teacher.