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Archives for April 2012

The Sentinel – Volume 12, Issue 33

Seek Christ in one another; welcome Him into your heart Principal’s Message This year the Arlington Diocese has revised the calendar/schedule policy to coincide with the state-wide requirement for schools to provide six hours of instructional time per day.  Subsequently, the daily schedule at All Saints will reflect an increase from the previously required five and one-half hours to six hours of instruction effective with the start of the 2012-2013 academic year.  Additionally, the diocese will now require that travel time between classes must be incorporated in the schedule outside of the time allocated for instruction. The impact of this policy change on our daily life at All Saints will be minimal since we presently exceed the requirement for 5.5 hours of instruction each … [Read more...]

All Saints Captures 2nd Place in Science Fair

All Saints Science Fair team came home on Saturday, April 21, with the overall second place school trophy after another outstanding effort during the annual Diocese of Arlington Science Fair. The average of the scores of all 10 students resulted in the second place finish, just one point off the score for first place. Competing at Paul VI High School, the young scientists each met with three judges who evaluated their scientific knowledge, understanding of the scientific method, and backboard and oral presentations. Selected as having the best project in the area of Behavioral and Social Science was seventh grader, Daniel Jorquera, whose project “I, 2, 3, Zumba” focused on the connection between physical exercise and right brain development. Eighth grader, Brett Goerl, merited second … [Read more...]

All Saints Students Shine in First “Catholic Cup”

All Saints students participated in the school's 1st Annual Catholic Cup competition to test their knowledge of Catholic theology and teaching. … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – Volume 12, Issue 32

Seek Christ in one another; welcome Him into your heart   Principal’s Message Today I wish to share with you the news that Miss Simms, our Spanish teacher, submitted her resignation on Monday.  Due to medical reasons, she has determined that she will be unable to complete the academic year at All Saints.  Her departure from our school will be a great loss for our community as she has been a vibrant presence in the classroom and is beloved by the children.  I am grateful for the enthusiasm that she brought to the classroom this year and all of the time and energy she invested in advancing our foreign language program. To continue the fine work that Miss Simms has begun, I have hired Mr. Benjamin Roy to serve as our Spanish teacher for the remainder of the year.  Mr. Roy is a recent … [Read more...]

The 7th Grade Passion Play

Through music and dramatic presentation, All Saints 7th grade students prayerfully re-enact Christ’s passion and death in a Holy Thursday presentation to the school. … [Read more...]