May 31, 2017


Archives for September 2010

The Sentinel – Volume 11, Issue 5

Living Stones on the Pathway to Heaven Principal’s Message This week I wish to share with you some difficult news regarding one of our school families.  Last week, Mrs. Donna Leonard (mother of Sylvia, a kindergarten student) was diagnosed with a stage four cancerous tumor in her liver.  As the origin of the cancer remains unconfirmed at this time, Mrs. Leonard anticipates receiving additional information this week as well as the details of a treatment plan which is expected to be very aggressive. I have spoken with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and assured them of the fact that they are not alone on this journey.  They will be surrounded by the love and kindness of the All Saints Catholic School community each step of the way. At this time, there are two specific ways we can show our … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – Volume 11, Issue 4

Principal’s Message Since the first days of school, students and teachers have been reflecting on our theme of Living Stonesand considering how we might incorporate it into our daily life at All Saints.  As a starting point, I invited the children to expand upon the theme so as to create a motto that we can include in all of our announcements and publications.  Through class-wide discussions, the students generated twenty-seven proposals.  The leadership of the Student Council Association, the National Junior Honor Society, and the Peace & Justice Players reviewed all of the entries and narrowed the field of choices to five. Last Friday, all of the students in grades K-8 selected the following as our school-wide theme for the year: Living Stones on the Pathway to Heaven. I am proud of … [Read more...]

Veterans Day

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2010-2011 SCA Installation of Officers

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The Sentinel – Volume 11, Issue 3

Principal’s Message The safety of your children is always a top priority at All Saints.  In recent years, in accordance with national initiatives and diocesan policy, we have taken additional steps to do our part to ensure that your children are in a safe place when they are participating in a program at All Saints Catholic School. For example, all of our faculty, staff and volunteers have completed the required background checks and training.  As an additional measure, five years ago we implemented the Formation in Christian Chastity Program to help your children recognize the steps they can take to keep themselves safe. The Formation in Christian Chastity Program serves as an additional measure to assist us in establishing and maintaining a safe environment for our students.  As … [Read more...]