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Executive Board Members

Wendy Svezia, President 
Wendy Chromoga, President Elect
Jennifer Ellsworth, Secretary
Peggy Evers, Treasurer
Lauren Ellsworth, Communications Officer
Diane Hayes, Volunteer Coordinator
Jill Love, Volunteer Coordinator Elect
Angie Ryan, AELC Representative

Standing Committees/Chairpersons 
(Volunteers May Be Needed Periodically)

Kelly Niemeyer, Guardian Angel Program 
Kelly Huckstep, Raffle Ticket Fundraiser 

Special Events and Volunteer Opportunities

  • Kindergarten Welcome

  • Back to School Mass & Blessing of the Backpacks

  • Grade Level Coordinators

  • 8th Grade Events Committee 

  • Fall Homecoming Festival

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  • St. Nick’s Day

  • Christmas Celebration

  • Catholic School Week

  • Mission Carnival

  • Parent(s)/Child(ren) Events 

  • Easter Celebration

  • Fish Fry Fridays

  • Agape day (for 2nd graders 1st communion)

  • 7th Grade Confirmation Reception

  • Spring and Fall Book Fairs

  • Field Day

  • Kindergarten Celebration

  • End of the Year Celebration (Roller Skating or Bowling)

  • Parish Picnic

Please contact Diane Hayes or Jill Love if you would like to volunteer for any of these volunteer opportunities.


Home and School Association proceeds help fund the following:

  • Technology needs in the classrooms – Chromebooks and iPads

  • New playground

  • Teacher appreciation

  • Parish Events (Picnic & Homecoming)

  • Bus rides for field trips

  • 8th grade graduation

  • DARE t-shirts

  • Marketing committee

  • Supplemental funding for events throughout the year

School Board

Tim Thomas, President
Mary Duchek, Vice President
Paul Zagarri, Secretary
Gina Brandt, Member
Emily Elmore, Member
Aurora Lord, Member
Jeanna Murphy, Member
Jennifer Sykora, Advisor/Principal
Fr. Thomas Keller, Advisor/Pastor

Alumni/ae Association

Your attachment to Assumption Catholic School is a blessing! The mission of Assumption School is to grow in love of God and neighbor and develop each child’s potential through a Catholic, student-centered education. This mission reflects The Greatest Commandment found in Matthew 22: 34-39 and education within a Catholic, Christian faith community where the unique gifts of each student are recognized, prized, and developed.

Assumption School is marked by innovation, critical thinking, collaboration, problem solving, and an holistic approach to education – developing the “whole child” – in a safe, dynamic setting capable of responding, as needed, to current theory, research, and recommended practice in education today.

Each school day, the doors open to welcome children from six weeks of age to eighth grade. You are invited to visit the school, attend school events, and volunteer.

Ways You Can Stay Connected:

  • Update your contact information and encourage classmates to update their contact information.
  • What is your story?  Would you like to share it?
  • Join the Alumni/ae Association.
  • Visit the school or volunteer.
  • Attend class reunions.
  • Support Assumption School through the Annual Fund which provides financial aid for students, funds Professional Development for faculty, and needed technology and instructional materials for students – or create a Legacy Gift.