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Archives for April 2014

The Sentinel – April 30, 2014

April 30, 2014 Message from the Principal Thanks to all of our students and parents, we recently mailed approximately 5,600 letters requesting financial support for the 9th Annual Race for Education!  Prize Cards will be distributed tomorrow to students who met the criteria and may be redeemed according to the following schedule:                                 Wednesday, May 7th    Dress-Down Day Option Tuesday, May 13th       Dress-Down Day Option Wednesday, May 21st Dress-Down Day Option Thursday, May 29th     Dress-Down Day Option Tuesday, June 3rd         Dress-Down Day Option Students may redeem pretzel and ice cream cards on regularly scheduled purchase days beginning next week and extending through the month of May. The   9th Annual Race for Education is now only one … [Read more...]

Mrs. Coyle Receives National Award from NCEA

Mrs. Coyle and many members of our faculty and administration spent their Easter break a little differently this year. After traveling to Pittsburgh, they attended the National Catholic Educational Association's (NCEA) national convention where Mrs. Coyle was presented with a 2014 Distinguished Teacher Award for her dedication and commitment to teaching excellence. Mrs. Coyle was chosen from the more than 100,000 teachers who teach in the nation's Catholic elementary schools and was recognized during a ceremony at the NCEA annual convention on April 22 in Pittsburgh, PA. The annual award honors teachers who have demonstrated a strong Catholic educational philosophy as well as exceptional ability and dedication. “Each of these outstanding educators embodies the very best of Catholic … [Read more...]

Mrs. Coyle Receives National Award in Pittsburgh

All Saints Librarian Mrs. Vickie Coyle is presented with the NCEA Distinguished Teacher Award during 2014 NCEA Conference in Pittsburgh. … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – April 16, 2014

April 16, 2014 Message from the Principal As we continue to make plans for the upcoming year, one of our priorities is that of providing as much tuition assistance as possible for families in our community.  Through the generous and on-going support of our parish, the emergence of our Annual Fund, and the Diocesan Tuition Assistance program, we have been able to provide financial aid totaling more than $180,000 during the current year.  In the hopes that we may be able to provide even greater support next year, we have submitted applications on behalf of our community for funding through the Diocese of Arlington Scholarship Foundation and a new Special Tuition Assistance Program.  (Note: Applications for these two programs were completed by the school and require no additional … [Read more...]

All Saints Featured in the Gainesville Times

This week's edition of the Gainesville Times included a front page photo story featuring All Saints students hard at work mulching trails, clearing brush and picking up litter at Bristoe Battlefield on April 5th in Bristow, VA. Their efforts were in support of National Park Day, an annual event that invites volunteers from around the country to help maintain and preserve Civil War battlefield sites. This marks the 9th year that All Saints students have participated in Park Day under the direction of middle school social studies teacher Mrs. Slovenkay. Previous years, students have helped maintain trails and cleared debris and trash at the Liberia Mansion and Signal Hill historic sites. "The preservation of the Civil War sites is very relevant to our 7th grade history curriculum," shares … [Read more...]