May 31, 2017

2009 BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE

Archives for December 2014

The Sentinel – December 17, 2014

Principal’s Message Perhaps there is no place more exciting during the month of December than an elementary school!  The anticipation for Christmas is almost tangible in the classrooms and hallways.  One of the great joys for me each year is in taking a few minutes to read the work that the students and teachers have posted on the bulletin boards.  Using words and pictures, the children have shared how they are preparing their hearts for Christmas, even identifying “gifts” that they would like to give to the Infant Savior. Amidst the busyness of these closing days of Advent, I thought you might enjoy reading a few of their heartfelt and charming thoughts. My gifts to Jesus are…. Give food to the poor Try harder to do things more holy Do chores happily Help my neighbor … [Read more...]

PreK Christmas Pageant

All Saints PreKindergarten students prepare for our Savior's birth during our annual PreK Christmas Pageant. … [Read more...]

An Expedition to Antarctica

Dr. Steven Goldsmith discusses his upcoming scientific expedition to Antarctica with All Saints fourth grade students. … [Read more...]

Villanova Professor Discusses Antarctica

What an interesting and fact-filled morning for our fourth grade students who had the privilege of meeting Villanova University professor Dr. Steven Goldsmith and learning about his upcoming trip to Antarctica. Dr. Goldsmith will be traveling near the South Pole to an area called the McMurdo Dry Valleys. This row of snow-free valleys in Antarctica represent an extreme desert environment, making them the perfect backdrop to Dr. Goldsmith's scientific work involving rocks, water and minerals. Currently summer in Antarctica (with average temperatures approximately 26.8 degrees), melting snow and ice cause running streams of water to form in the region. Dr. Goldsmith and other scientists on the expedition will collect water samples and mud samples to test the chemistry of the stream and … [Read more...]

Receive up to $400 off tuition

Dear Parents & Guardians, Many of our families initially hear about All Saints through a personal referral from an existing school family. Here's an opportunity to be rewarded you for promoting All Saints to your family and friends! Through our New Student Referral Program, your family can receive a $200 tuition credit for the 2015-16 school year for referring one new family or a $400 tuition credit for referring two new families. If you know of a family who may have an interest in attending All Saints, let them know about our upcoming Open House events (including one this Thursday morning):  Thursday, November 20th at 9:00AM Wednesday, January 14th at 9:00AM Thursday, February 12th at 9:00AM Registering for an Open House is as simple as completing our online … [Read more...]