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Archives for November 2012

The Sentinel ~ November 28, 2012

The Sentinel ~ November 28, 2012 “The Gift of Faith brings us Joy and Hope.”   Message from the Principal Within the last couple of weeks, I have twice been contacted by former parents of All Saints who wished to proudly share the success of their children who are now in high school and beyond.  Ironically, both families have students attending Osbourn Park High School and both shared the same story: Every graduate of All Saints attending the school recently received an Academic Award or were inducted into the National Honor Society.  At around the same time, I also received copies of the Honor Roll lists from Bishop O’Connell and Paul VI High Schools and I am pleased to announce that 15 of our former students achieved this academic recognition. If the greatest measure of a school’s … [Read more...]

NJHS Food Drive a Success

Students from Pre-K to 8th grade donate hundreds of non-perishable food items in support of the National Junior Honor Society's fall food drive. … [Read more...]

All Saints Honors Veterans

Partnering with American Legion Post 10, All Saints hosts its Veterans Mass, Assembly & Reception to honor all who have served our country. … [Read more...]

The Sentinel ~ November 20, 2012

Message from the Principal Once again it was wonderful to see so many students, parents, alumni and grandparents gathered for the annual Thanksgiving Luncheon.  We estimate that we served approximately 860 people and forwarded 200 pounds of leftovers to SERVE.  Over the course of more than two decades, the Thanksgiving Luncheon has truly evolved into a beloved tradition with many returning year after year to enjoy a time of food and fellowship. None of this would be possible without our outstanding kitchen team.  I want to extend a special word of thanks to Mrs. Wendy Matner (Director of Cafeteria Services), Mrs. Liz Werling (Assistant), Mrs. Wilma Marsengill (Cafeteria Bookkeeper) and Mrs. Kris Walk (Assistant).  Beginning at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday, they cooked and prepared food … [Read more...]

The Sentinel ~ November 14, 2012

Principal’s Message While walking through the courtyard with students following our weekly Mass one morning, a first grade student looked up at me and said, “Mr. Conroy, God made the world.”  In response, I smiled and simply said “Yes.”  She then said, “Mr. Conroy, God made you too.” The young student then looked up inquisitively and asked, “Did you know this?” My immediate response was “Yes, but the question is, how do you know this?” at which point she smiled and proclaimed, “My teacher told me.” Herein lies a poignant example of the influence of a Catholic school education in the life of a young child.  How many countless other students have had a similar experience of formation and, as a result, have developed a closer relationship with Christ? This week as we celebrate … [Read more...]