May 31, 2017


Archives for February 2010

The Sentinel – Volume 10, Issue 24

Message from the Principal Four years ago All Saints Catholic School launched a tremendously successful fundraiser program, the Race for Education. Since its inception, the Race has generated approximately $180,000 in revenue for our school community.  The funds donated to our school by family and friends from around the country have enabled us to purchase an ACTIV Board system for every homeroom, Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade.  The funds have also supported a variety of other initiatives, including special recognitions for the faculty, additional funding for the fine arts program, and a contribution to the Tuition Assistance Fund. Preparations are now underway for the 5th Annual Race for Education which will be held on Thursday, May 6th. A full page flyer outlining the event … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – Volume 10, Issue 23

Message from the Principal Too much of a good thing ~ even snow ~ can make one long for the regular routine of day-to-day life. It was wonderful to open up the doors of school this morning and to see the children once again! I suspect that even the students were looking forward to an opportunity to both visit with their friends and to return to the business of learning. The business of learning, more than ever, will be our focus in the weeks ahead. With only two months until the week of Terra Nova testing, the teachers are now implementing strategies to further maximize learning for our students. Prioritizing curriculum objectives and providing additional opportunities for reinforcement of learning, the faculty is committed to enriching the classroom experiences of our students … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – Volume 10, Issue 22

Message from the Principal Walking the hallways of our school is always rewarding as it provides an opportunity to see firsthand the beautiful work of our students and teachers. The experience is particularly wonderful during Catholic Schools Week when the teachers also display the letters written by parents expressing their reasons for choosing a Catholic education. Each of the letters is from the heart and speaks of the loving sacrifice that parents offer so that their children can benefit from daily formation in the faith. The following are a couple of excerpts that caught my eye during a recent walk of the building. We are so happy that you are enjoying All Saints! We decided to choose a Catholic education for several reasons. The most important reason is that we want you to … [Read more...]