To provide students with more opportunities for hands-on learning in the areas of math and science, All Saints incorporates a variety of STEM resources into our curriculum.
Grades K, 1 and 2:
Integration of iPads into classroom learning for general skills advancement and in support of differentiation of learning | hands-on opportunities in math and science
Integration of Chromebooks into classroom learning | hands-on opportunities in math and science
Both Chromebooks and iPads are used by students throughout the school in support of differentiation of learning, online assessment, and for further integration of technology and learning, particularly in the math and science programs.
All classrooms are outfitted with state-of-the-art ActivPanels installed throughout the school in February 2020.
One-to-One Device Program
Our middle school students benefit from a One-to-One Google Chromebook that they use both at school and at home.
Our Robotics Club runs as an after-school program open to all middle school students, grades 6-8. Those participating on our competitive team participate in Robotics competitions typically in November and February.
Fall 2025 – Our middle school Robotics Team is planning to transition from VEX IQ to VEX EDR, a higher level experience for middle and high school students that will allow our students to compete at VRC competitions. This Robotics platform will prepare our students for STEM opportunities in high school and beyond.
All Saints students benefit from a one-to-one device program in our middle school, providing students with access to a Chromebook for their use throughout the school day and at home. In addition, all 7th and 8th grade students learn VEX Programming within their computer curriculum and have an opportunity to participate in our Robotics Club. Students and teachers in our middle school also utilize Google Classroom, a suite of productivity tools designed to save time and improve organization.
Middle School Video Production Specialty Program
During the 2021-2022 school year, All Saints introduced its Middle School Video Production Specialty Program. Through a year-long, weekly video production class, our seventh grade students learn a range of skills, including writing/editing content, storyboarding, creating graphics, presentational skills, videotaping skills, video editing and production. In eighth grade, our students put their new skills to work as the producers of the All Saints Morning Newscast, livestreamed each morning from the Parish Video Production Studio in the Parish Activities Center (PAC).