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  • Rice Bowl Lunch – Friday

    Rice Bowl Lunch (Friday, March 31)

    As we approach the conclusion of Lent, we want to thank you for encouraging your children to participate in the CRS Rice Bowl project. This initiative has provided our students a very specific way to embrace the practice of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving during this liturgical season.

    In support of the effort, on Friday, March 31, our school will sponsor a simple lunch, the proceeds of which will benefit the Rice Bowl project. As a sign of our solidarity with those living in poverty around the world and in an effort to help the students gain a better understanding of poverty, the lunch will consist of one bowl of rice and water. This will be the only food and drink available for purchase on that day.  Although participation is completely voluntary, we are hopeful that many of the children will embrace this opportunity and recognize it as a chance to increase their empathy for those suffering in our world.

    The cost of the lunch is $5.00 and should be submitted as a cash donation rather than through the online lunch accounts. The proceeds will be donated to Catholic Relief Services (CRS) as part of our Lenten Rice Bowl project.   Students may bring a lunch from home if they prefer and are reminded to bring a drink if they so choose as only water will be available in the cafeteria.

  • Race for Education Kickoff

    For the 18th year running, the Parent Teacher Organization of All Saints Catholic School is sponsoring Race for Education. 

    On May 4, 2023, All Saints students will run as many quarter-mile laps as they can on our race-course. The excitement of race day is the culmination of their efforts in a fundraising campaign starting on March 27th. As the PTO’s most significant fundraiser of the year, the proceeds from this event fund the majority of our budget—helping to cover all PTO initiatives including:

    • Classroom Startup Funds
    • Field Trip Subsidies
    • Spirit Events
    • Special Faculty Recognitions
    • As in years past, 5% of all proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

    With your help, we can reach this year’s fundraising goal of $35,000!


    All Saints FamiliesCreate a Fundraising Page
    Please create your Family’s Race for Education Fundraising page to help us reach our goal and reward your student(s). It is quick, easy and secure. To start the registration process, select “Not yet registered for this event” and follow the instructions. Once registered, you will have several ways to share your unique link with trusted family, friends, colleagues and neighbors. Donations may be made by credit card or check (directions for mailing checks in are included online).

    For those who prefer to donate entirely offline, we included a 2-way mailer in the Kick-Off packet sent home on March 27th. If you need additional mailers, please stop by the front office. We also included a pre-addressed business envelope for collecting cash or check donations in person. Those may be dropped off at the front office. Be sure to note the student’s full names to receive credit for prizes.

    Race for Education – General Donations
    Please consider supporting our school by donating through Cuthbert’s RE4 Fundraising page.

    Volunteer Opportunities – Race Day (May 4, 2023)
    Race Day volunteer opportunities are posted on HelpCounter! We would love to have your help as you are cheering for our runners!

    Race for Education Quick Start Guide
    Race for Education Kick-Off Newsletter – English
    Race for Education Kick-Off Newsletter – Spanish

    Race for Education Schedule

  • Running with the Saints 5K – April 1

    Saturday, April 1, 2023
    8:00 AM

    All Saints Catholic School
    9294 Stonewall Rd
    Manassas, VA 20110

    Running with the Saints 5k – Course Map

    Race Registration:
    Adults: $30 / Children: $20

    5K Race Registration – CLICK HERE

    Sponsorship Opportunities

    The All Saints Catholic School Running with the Saints 5K provides an excellent opportunity to promote your business while supporting All Saints’ students and teachers. By becoming a Race Sponsor, you can advertise your goods and services to race participants and the All Saints community, a parish of over 7,100 local families.

    See below for details on sponsorship packages and learn how your business can support this fun, family-friendly community event!

    Running with the Saints 5K - Sponsorship Levels

    2023 RWTS – Sponsorship Online Payment Form
    2023 RWTS – Sponsorship Printable Form

    Click here for a list of our 2023 Running with the Saints sponsors!

  • Bread of Life Food Drive: March 20 – March 31

    Watch our NJHS Videos about the Food Drive

    During this Lenten season, we are pleased to announce that All Saints will be hosting its third annual Bread of Life Food Drive (BOLD) to benefit the All Saints’ Bethany Food Pantry and Catholic Charities’ St. Lucy Project. We are excited to once again partner with the University of Notre Dame Club of Staten Island on this nationwide food drive.

    Here are details about this community service initiative to assist individuals and families in our local community in need of food assistance.

    When will the food drive take place?

    All Saints Bread of Life Food Drive will run from Monday, March 30 – March 31, 2023. All Saints students from the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) will help organize the drive.

    Where does the food go?

    Almost a quarter of a million people in the Arlington Diocese are “food insecure,” meaning they do not know where their next meal will come from. Our school’s Bread of Life Food Drive will benefit the St. Lucy Project and All Saints’ Bethany Food Pantry to assist families and individuals living within Manassas, Manassas Park and Prince William County.

    What can you do to help?

    During the drive, your child(ren) can bring in food donations in the morning and leave them in the boxes that will be outside of their classrooms. Donations can also be brought to the All Saints school office (Monday – Thursday) between the hours of 8:00 AM–3:30 PM.

    What food should I donate to All Saints Bread of Life Food Drive?

    During the first week of the drive, we will be collecting non-perishable food per the chart below. During the second week, we are adding some fresh fruits and vegetables to our collection. Please see the grade level list below:

    Grade Level Week of March 20 Week of March 31
    Pre-Kindergarten Canned Soup Juice Boxes
    Kindergarten Pasta Mac & Cheese
    First Grade Peanut Butter, Jelly Rice
    Second Grade Brownie/Cookie Mix Oranges
    Third Grade Beans (canned/dried) Carrots
    Fourth Grade Canned Meat* Oil
    Fifth Grade Cereal and Oatmeal Canned Tomatoes
    Sixth Grade Canned Vegetables Peppers
    Seventh Grade Canned Fruit Potatoes
    Eighth Grade Pasta Sauce (no glass) Onions
    Faculty/Staff Maseca Flour/Flour Sugar

    *Chicken, ham, beef or tuna

    The grade level that brings in the most food will enjoy a Chick fil-A lunch, courtesy of the school. The grade level that donates the second largest amount of food will receive a dress-down day, and third place will receive extra recess.

    If you have any questions about our 2023 Bread of Life Food Drive, please contact Janis DeVore at

    Thank you in advance for your generosity and support of the Bread of Life Food Drive to benefit those in need of food assistance during this Lenten season.

    All Saints Bread of Life Campaign Brochure

    Sincere thanks to the University of Notre Dame Club of Staten Island for their organizational and logistical support.

  • Order Your Yearbook Today

    One of the most important ways to commemorate the school year is by purchasing an All Saints Yearbook.  Our 2022-2023 school yearbook is available to order through April 14, 2023.

    The cost is $23.00 per yearbook and personalization is available for an additional fee of $5.00.

    All orders must be placed online through the link below:

    • Please visit the Lifetouch website to order online:
    • The All Saints school code is 13273523.

    For questions regarding the All Saints Catholic School Yearbook, please contact Mrs. Vickie Bill (

    Thank you for your continued support of the yearbook and All Saints Catholic School.

  • All Saints Ranked #1 VA – First in Math

    I’m excited to share with you that All Saints Catholic School is now ranked #1 among schools in Virginia for participation in First in Math!

    We congratulate Connor P. (6thGrade) who is ranked #1 and Xavier D. (1stGrade) who is ranked #5 among individual students in the state.  We also congratulate the other 31 students in our school who are now included in the top 100 students in Virginia for completion of math problems through First in Math.

    In recognition of these accomplishments and the early success of this program at All Saints, all students will enjoy free ice cream during lunch on Tuesday!

  • Signup for Spring Track & Volleyball
    Registration is now open for All Saints Parish JCYO Spring Volleyball (girls, grades 3-8) and Track & Field (boys & girls, grades 3-8). The cost is $40 per player and the deadline to register is March 10, 2023.
    • VIRTUS approved coaches are needed. Please consider serving in this important role! For more information, please contact Mrs. Liu at
  • Join in CRS Rice Bowl

    Today, Ash Wednesday, we begin our Lenten journey. Again this year, our school community will participate in Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) Rice Bowl initiative, a faith-in-action program that invites us to encounter anew ourselves, our neighbors, and our God.

    Each of the students has received a cardboard rice bowl into which they can place their donations during Lent. All of the funds will benefit CRS Rice Bowl which is sponsored by Catholic Relief Services, the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. Catholic Relief Services is motivated by the example of Jesus Christ to assist poor and suffering people in more than 100 countries on the basis of need, without regard to race, religion, or nationality.

    While the act of sacrificial giving is an important part of our Lenten tradition, the experience takes on even greater meaning when our students understand the plight of those less fortunate and recognize the difference that they can make to alleviate suffering. So that the children may develop this appreciation of the needs of those around the world, each week of Lent the teachers will lead discussions and lessons using the materials made available by Catholic Relief Services. It is our hope that these conversations will inspire sacrificial giving among our students as they place their contributions into their Rice Bowls. At the end of Lent, families will be asked to convert the contributions from their children into a check to be submitted to All Saints after which our school will forward all of the funds to the diocese.

    Here are some strategies that you may wish to consider in shaping your family’s Lenten plan:

    • Use your CRS Rice Bowl and Lenten Calendar each day to guide your Lenten prayer,
      fasting, and almsgiving.
    • As a family, read the online Stories of Hope and daily reflections to inspire your
      Lenten journey and guide your Lenten almsgiving.
    • Prepare simple meatless meals on Fridays throughout Lent, in solidarity with our
      brothers and sisters around the world. Recipes for simple meals can be found on the
      CRS website.

    For more information, including spiritual reflections, short video presentations on the topic of Lent, and
    virtual Stations of the Cross, please see the link below.

    Divine Mercy Chaplet – During Lent

    Again this year, we will introduce our students to the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, another devotion of our Church. With this in mind, we will pray the modified prayer found below at the close of the day in place of the Hail Mary on Fridays during Lent.

    Helpful resources and the history of the Divine Mercy Chaplet can be found at the following link.

  • Annual Fund – Help us Reach our Goal

    All Saints Catholic School kicked off its 2022-2023 Annual Fund Campaign on #GivingTuesday in November, raising $10,000 in support of our Annual Fund. We are so thankful for the generosity of our school, parish, and alumni community!

    Now we want to finish what we started, but we need your help to raise the remaining $10,000 needed to reach this year’s goal of $20,000

    Your generous support of our Annual Fund campaign will make a meaningful difference for our students in the following areas:

    • Safety & Security
      Acquiring an Electronic Visitor Management System will provide enhanced security screening and a digitized process for all visitors entering our school.
    • Middle School STEM
      Licensing an online, cloud-based video editing platform will allow middle school students to expand their video editing skills.
    • Expanded Math Skills 
      First in Math isan online learning tool designed to strengthen critical K-8 math skills including fact fluency and computational thinking. (NoteFirst in Math is now underway due to the success of #GivingTuesday – thank you!)
    • Art Program
      Adding and updating art supplies will benefit students in our K-8 art classes.

    Every gift – no matter the size – is greatly appreciated and will make a difference in the lives of our students.


    With your support, our students will greatly benefit from the added security of an electronic visitor management system, and enhancements to our STEM and art programs.  

    Please join together in supporting our Annual Fund Campaign and praying for its success.

    P.S. – Did you know that you can double your gift to All Saints if the company you work for matches employee charitable giving? To determine whether your company or that of your spouse provides matching gifts, please contact your Human Resources Department. 

    All Saints Catholic School is a 501(c)3.

  • RWTS 5K – Registration & Sponsorship

    Running with the Saints 5K

    Race Registration and Sponsorship Open!

    Please join All Saints Catholic School on April 1st for our Annual Running with the Saints 5K. Starting at All Saints Catholic School, our race course winds through nearby Manassas neighborhoods. The event features RaceWire timing for race enthusiasts, musical entertainment, and a family-friendly atmosphere.

    Runners and walkers of all ability levels are welcome!

    Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 8:00 AM
    All Saints Catholic School
    9294 Stonewall Rd
    Manassas, VA 20110

    Early Bird Pricing until 2/28:
    Adults: $25 / Children: $15

    Running with the Saints 5K

    See our Running with the Saints 5K Race page
    for registration and sponsorship information!