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 26, 2014
To all families that donated for our Thanksgiving Food Drive! It was a huge success and the Food Bank was most grateful for our donation. We also extend a thank you to Jodi Castiglia for organizing this event.*Calendar Reminder:
Wednesday, December 3rd, is a 12:30 p.m. dismissal day, with After-care available. There is no hot lunch service on this day. Also, we will not have Mass on this day. (We will have Mass on Monday, December 8th for the feast of the Immaculate Conception)*Polar Express/Pajama Drive:
Our students will read the Polar Express, and will watch the movie with their buddies on Tuesday, December 23rd. Please see the enclosed memo for information about this special day, and the Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive. Please note: this takes the place of individual class parties.*Annual Advent Dinner:
This annual event is scheduled for Friday, December 5th, in the school cafeteria, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Please see the enclosed flyer
for details. We look forward to sharing this evening with our families.
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.
For all the good gifts that your kindness
Imparts, remind us,
Dear God, to give thanks with our hearts.
This day and always may you have many
Reasons to be thankful.
Thanksgiving Blessings to all Families
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.