May 31, 2017


Archives for September 2014

Newsletter Correction: PTO & School Safety Meeting – Tuesday, October 7th (7:00 p.m.)

Dear Parents & Guardians, The next General Assembly Meeting of the PTO will take place on Tuesday, October 7th beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Activities Center, not tomorrow evening as announced in last week’s newsletter.  I apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this may have caused. An overview of our school response plan, designed in coordination with community partners, will be presented.  As this meeting will provide essential information for parents regarding our emergency response plan, at least one parent from each family should plan to attend.  Please note:  Students may not attend this meeting as this session is designed specifically for parents. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office.   Kind … [Read more...]

The Sentinel

September 24, 2014 Principal’s Message This week I would like to share with you some important reminders regarding morning arrival as well as one procedural change involving the Safety Patrol. Morning Drop-off of Safety Patrols – Beginning this week, parents of Safety Patrols assigned morning duty are invited to drop off their child directly in front of the school entrance.  Drivers may enter the property from Route 28 and then proceed around the rear of the church through the faculty/staff parking area.  After turning right onto the drive that runs parallel with the school, Safety Patrols will exit their vehicles near the front entrance and gather at the flagpole.  Patrols are asked to arrive between 7:30-7:40 a.m., the time during which Mr. Redman will supervise the arrival process … [Read more...]

The Sentinel

September 17, 2014 Principal’s Message In the last few weeks I have received several questions regarding the position of the Diocese in regards to the Common Core Standards.  Recognizing that there are probably other parents who are pondering this same question, this week I am providing to you an overview of the diocesan perspective, a message originally shared in one of last year’s newsletters.  I hope that you find the information helpful and informative.  Should you have any questions or if I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to let me know. Recently the Common Core Standards have received significant attention in the media and been a source of discussion and debate in both political and educational circles.  With this in mind, I thought it would be helpful to … [Read more...]

The Sentinel

September 10, 2014 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 are required to complete a background check as well as training.  As an additional measure, nine 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 … [Read more...]

New Student Breakfast

Students new to All Saints enjoyed a breakfast treat with Mr. Conroy and Mrs. Campagna to welcome them to the school. … [Read more...]