Trojan News

6th Grade students immerse themselves in Egypt on Field Trip October 17

6th graders and Mr. Poon spend the day at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum to support their study of Ancient Civilizations and their upcoming study of Egypt. The museum is set up into rooms covering the different eras and aspects of Ancient Egypt. At the end of the visit, they even enter into a replica of a tomb and discover how Ancient Egyptians buried their dead.
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Dads Club Softball Game brings Trojan fun and community to Thrasher Park

On Saturday, October 5 at Thrasher Park, Trojan Dads Club members played the St. Leander Dads Club in their annual Dads Softball Game. Led by Coach Pedro Naranjo and Team Leader Dennis Sochar, many of our Assumption dads played hard. After a slow first four innings, the Trojans Dads attempted a comeback but unfortunately lost 10 - 15. We will get 'em next year, Dads!
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Assumption Alum Ryan I. flies solo flight

From The Nugget Newspaper:

On his 16th birthday, Ryan Ilmberger carried out an unusual family tradition: He soloed in an airplane. Like his father on his 16th birthday, Ilmberger flew an airplane by himself before he could drive a car by himself.

Two years ago, the Ilmberger family was living in the San Francisco Bay Area when they learned about the Flight Science program at Sisters High School (SHS). After visiting Sisters, and learning about the unique collaboration with Outlaw Aviation at the Sisters Airport, the family made the move to Sisters to allow Ryan to participate in the program.

Ryan set a goal to solo on his 16th birthday, the minimum age required by the FAA to solo an airplane. After a few practice touch-and-go landings in Outlaw Aviation’s Cessna 172 with Sam Monte, Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI), Monte felt Ilmberger was ready to perform the maneuvers by himself.

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Go Pink! Sign up for the WALK!

Assumption Goes PINK!

Please join us on Saturday, October 26th for the American Cancer Society Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk. This is a great Assumption community event that supports a very important cause. Walk participants will meet at school at 8:15 and board our charter bus (THANK YOU TO OUR FABULOUS DAD'S CLUB FOR SPONSORING THE BUS!!!!). The walk is an easy one and all family and friends are invited to join us. Students must have an adult chaperone with them for the walk. Remember, we will be back at school around noon time so you still have the rest of the day to enjoy! The bus is quickly filling up. Reserve your seat NOW! Seats are $5 each (what a bargain!). Please contact Mrs. Martin ( to reserve your spot.
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