May 31, 2017

2009 BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE

Archives for February 2011

Mr. Conroy Nominated for Washington Post Leadership Award

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The Sentinel – Volume 11, Issue 25

Living Stones on the Pathway to Heaven… Message from the Principal During Lent, All Saints Parish will participate in the 40 Days for Life, a prayerful peaceful witness along Sudley Road.  In the words of Fr. Bob, “This public expression becomes a ‘voice’ for those who have no voice ~ the unborn baby.” I learned of this program through Mr. Mike Baldwin, a school parent, who is serving as parish coordinator and assisting another local couple in organizing the regional effort.  To date, more than twenty local parishes and churches will be participating in the effort.  Linked to this week’s newsletter is additional information about this important pro-life initiative, including details as to how you can sign up to participate through prayer, fasting and peaceful vigil.  Our parish is … [Read more...]

Beep, Beep!

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The Sentinel – Volume 11, Issue 24

Living Stones on the Pathway to Heaven… Message from the Principal On Saturday evening more than 200 parents and community members attended the Casino & Auction Night at the Portuguese Community Center.  The new venue worked very well, providing ample space for the casino games, silent auction, and buffet.  With everyone gathered in one large hall, there was great energy in the room and a strong sense of community. On behalf of the faculty, staff and students of All Saints, I wish to thank the PTO and the Auction Committee for all of their efforts in support of the event.  I wish to extend a special word of thanks to Mrs. Carol Rice who served as Auction Coordinator.  Working behind the scenes for months in advance, she orchestrated the many details which are so important for … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – Volume 11, Issue 23

Living Stones on the Pathway to Heaven… Message from the Principal Those families who attended Mass at All Saints this past weekend may have noted members of the National Junior Honor Society collecting donations outside the entrances.  This was in support of an outreach to benefit the House of Mercy, a local organization committed to providing resources to the poor in our community.  I am pleased to share with you that the students collected $3,500 from our parish!  I am so proud of our young people for taking time from their day in order to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.  Through their example they have given witness to the very best of our Catholic school tradition.  Thank you, Mrs. Hammang and the members of the NJHS, for representing our school so … [Read more...]