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Archives for January 2015

Virtues Prayer Service

Students are recognized for living the virtue of compassion during our January Virtues Prayer Service. … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – January 28, 2015

January 28, 2015 Principal’s Message To begin our annual celebration of Catholic Schools Week, students from the middle school spoke briefly at the end of each of the weekend Masses. I was exceedingly proud of them and have heard numerous comments regarding their message, their poise and their speaking skills. Through their words and by their witness, they served as shining examples of the success of our program. While greeting families and parishioners after the Masses, I had the wonderful opportunity to reconnect with former parents who proudly shared the success stories of their children and the paths they have taken since their years at All Saints. From a fighter pilot in training, to a budding architect, a business manager to a future nurse, our students continue to excel and to … [Read more...]

Science Fair Awards Ceremony

Excitement was in the air as Mrs. Hammang and Mrs. Woolfrey announced the winners of our 2015 Science Fair. "To Be or Not to Be With Vitamin A" took top prize! … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – January 21, 2015

January 21, 2015 Principal’s Message Next week All Saints will join with schools across our country in celebrating Catholic Schools Week, an annual opportunity to highlight our heritage and distinct mission. The theme selected for this year is Catholic Schools ~ Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service. At All Saints, this is exactly the type of community we cultivate each day. With a commitment to academic excellence and more importantly, faith formation & character development, the faculty, staff, clergy and parents are united in their efforts to provide our children with a life-changing educational experience. Next week we pause to give thanks for the gift of Catholic education and the many blessings we share as members of the All Saints community. The following is a list … [Read more...]

The Sentinel – January 14, 2015

  Principal’s Message On Friday students in grades four through eight participated in the school-wide round of the National Geography Bee. Congratulations to our school champion, Kyle Da Re (6th grade), who has now completed a written assessment to determine whether he will qualify to advance to the state level competition. Congratulations to Emma Parker (8th grade) who won second place and to all of the students who represented their classes in this academic event. Thank You from Joyce D’Eugenio & Family Dear Fr. Lee, Fr. Bob, Fr. Melmer, Fr. Juan, Fr. Mauricio, All Saints Parish Staff, Funeral Ministry Volunteers, Mr. Conroy, Mrs. Campagna, Faculty, Staff, Families and Students of All Saints Catholic School, I will never be able to find the words to thank you all … [Read more...]