- Summer Learning Program
Information about the All Saints Summer Learning Program is listed below. All assignments and activities will be posted by grade level and available in digital format for ease of access. There will be both reading and math assignments. In an effort to more effectively target the learning levels of each student, the reading assignments are differentiated by level with corresponding follow up activities. Please see the directions page in the reading folder which explains all assignments.
After reviewing, should you have any questions or wish to discuss, please do not hesitate to contact the front office 703-368-4400.
- School Supply List
There are two ways to purchase school supplies for the 2022-2023 school year:
- Shop on your own
You can do your shopping on your own using our 2022-2023 School Supply List as your guide.
- Purchase online through EPI – Deadline June 30th
All Saints is pleased to offer school supply kits as a convenient way to purchase exactly what your child needs for the classroom. Supply kits will be delivered to your child’s classroom prior to the start of school. Order securely online starting now through June 30, 2022.
- Shop on your own
- Go to educationalproducts.com/
- Enter the school ID, ALL088 (3 letters/ 3 numbers)
- Follow the directions to complete your order.
- Keep your online confirmation as your receipt.
- Orders will be charged tax at checkout.
- Go to educationalproducts.com/
- EPI Orders have not been finalized if you do not receive an order confirmation. Please save the order confirmation as your receipt.
- Pre-K kit INCLUDES Tote Bag and will be supplied by school.
- Kindergarten kit INCLUDES Seat Sack and will be supplied by school.
- Grade 3 should purchase flash cards as needed separately. Make sure to add the kit.
- Middle School al-a-carte items may be purchased separately as needed for students.
Please remember to order NEXT year’s grade level for your student
If you have any questions about school supplies, please contact Mrs. Mary Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eighth Grade Graduation – June 3
Plans are in place for what will be a beautiful celebration of the success of our 8th grade students. The following is a schedule of special events planned for Eighth Grade Graduation for the Class of 2022 on June 3, 2022.
Pass-it-On Ceremony (Church/9:30 AM)
The students will gather in the church at 9:30 AM, to observe the Pass-it-On Ceremony, an annual tradition and prayer service during which the 8th grade students “pass on” their leadership role to the rising 7th grade class as symbolized by the handing on of the 8th grade honor medals.
Graduation Breakfast (Father Kelly Hall/10:00 AM)
This graduates-only event is a tradition during which the students will enjoy breakfast served by the pastor, school administration, and 8th grade teachers. At the conclusion of the meal, memories will be shared, gifts presented, and final report cards distributed to the students.
8th Grade Walk of Honor (Courtyard/11:00 AM)
Following the breakfast, the graduates will process individually from Father Kelly Hall while all of the students in grades K-7 line the hallways and applaud each one as they exit the building for the final time as students.
Graduation Mass & Ceremony (Church/4:00 PM)
All school families and members of our community are cordially invited to attend the Graduation Mass & Ceremony, followed by a reception in the Parish Activities Center.
As Graduation will begin at 4:00 PM on Friday, June 3, school will dismiss at noon for students in grades K-7. Extended Day services will remain available.
- Eighth Grade Girls Volleyball Team Goes Undefeated
Congratulations to the All Saints 8th Grade Girls CYO Volleyball Team who completed an undefeated season last week. We thank Mr. Algeier and Mrs. O’Dell for coaching and inspiring our students to achieve this wonderful success!
- Race for Education ResultsIt was wonderful to see so many of you at the Race for Education and we are so grateful for all of the support that you provided during the event.Thank you to those in our community who provided financial contributions and who encouraged family and friends to support the effort. With the receipt of a $2,000 gift last evening, I am excited to share with you that we crossed the “finish line” of our initial goal of $33,000. Thank you for your generous support!Congratulations to the Alexander and Harvill Families, the recipients of the VIP Carpool raffle. Look for them at the front of the line during dismissal beginning on Monday!I want to specifically thank Mrs. Laura Burroughs and Mrs. Kelly Ballard for serving as the event coordinators. They invested countless hours in organizing and creatively promoting the Race, the result of which was a wonderful community-builder and highly successful fundraiser for our school.On behalf of the faculty, staff, and students of All Saints Catholic School, thank you for your support of the 2022 Race for Education!In Christ,David E. Conroy, Jr.Principal
Estimados padres y tutores,Fue maravilloso ver a tantos de ustedes en la Carrera por la Educación ayer y estamos muy agradecidos por todo el apoyo que brindaron durante el evento.Gracias a aquellos en nuestra comunidad que brindaron contribuciones financieras y alentaron a familiares y amigos a apoyar el esfuerzo. Con un regalo de $2,000 recibido anoche, me complace compartir con ustedes que cruzamos la “línea de meta” de nuestra meta inicial de $33,000. ¡Gracias por su generoso apoyo!Felicitaciones a las familias Alexander y Harvill, los ganadores de la rifa VIP Carpool. ¡Busquelos al frente de la fila durante la salida a partir del lunes!Quiero agradecer específicamente a la Sra. Laura Burroughs y la Sra. Kelly Ballard por servir como coordinadora del evento. Invirtieron innumerables horas en la organización y promoción creativa de la Carrera, cuyo resultado fue un maravilloso constructor de comunidad y una recaudación de fondos muy exitosa para nuestra escuelaEn nombre de la facultad, el personal y los estudiantes de la Escuela Católica Todos los Santos, Gracias por su apoyo a la Carrera por la Educación 2022!En Cristo,David E. Conroy, Jr.Director
- Spirit Week: May 2-6
All Saints Catholic School
May 2-6, 2022
Monday, May 2
Color Day-Dress Down
Grades 1-3 Pastel Colors
Grade 4-5 Purple or Green
Middle School Black or White
Tuesday, May 3
Wednesday, May 4
Decade Day-Dress Down
Thursday, May 5
No Homework Day/PE Uniforms
Friday, May 6
Buddy Activity in the Afternoon
- Bread of Life Food Drive Results
Thank you to everyone who contributed so generously to All Saints Catholic School’s 2nd Annual Bread of Life Food Drive, March 30 – April 8. At the conclusion of the drive, we donated over 3,000 pounds of food to the St. Lucy Project and All Saints’ Bethany Food Pantry. Your contributions of fresh fruits and vegetables and non-perishable food items helped individuals and families throughout Prince William County who are struggling with food insecurity.
As noted by Mr. Conroy in the April 13 issue of The Sentinel, “We are so proud of our students for their enthusiastic support of this outreach, one that will directly benefit families who experience food insecurity in our region. I wish to thank Mrs. DeBruyne, Mrs. Bill, and Mrs. DeVore, as well as the students of the National Junior Honor Society, for coordinating the many details related to this program.”
Congratulations to the following classes that donated the greatest amount of food items during the collection.
- 1st Place (Chick-fil-A Lunch) – 4A (542 Donations)
- 2nd Place (Dress Down Day) – 1A (495 Donations)
- 3rd Place (Extra Recess) – K2 (470 Donations)
- Cuthbert Supports the Bread of Life Food Drive
Cuthbert, the All Saints Eagle mascot, once again demonstrated his kind and generous nature with donation to our 2022 Bread of Life Food Drive. Watch the video below to learn more about his recent visit to our front office team!
- Thank You to our 5K Sponsors!
All Saints Catholic School would like to express its sincere appreciation to our 5K Sponsors for their support of our 2022 Running with the Saints 5K race.
Please see our Running with the Saints 5K race page for a list of our sponsors and links to their websites!
- Join in our Rice Bowl initiative
During this Lenten season, 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 own family’s Lenten plan:
For more information, including spiritual reflections, short video presentations on the topic of Lent, and even virtual Stations of the Cross, please see the link below.
- 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.