Coming to All Saints Performing Arts Center, July 17-22
Considered one of the great American musicals, this family-friendly Broadway favorite features a cast of delightfully fun characters and a fabulous ensemble. With a record 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, it is currently one of the Top 20 all-time longest running shows.
You’ll join the adventures (and misadventures!) of the brassy matchmaking widow Dolly Levi and her zany friends in New York. All while this high-energy perennial favorite delivers a timeless message about how people are more important than material wants and money.
Featuring a well-loved, joyful score & lyrics, and a highly comedic story, this enduring treasure has been mounted numerous times, including the Tony Award-winning revival currently on Broadway. But this summer you won’t have to travel that far, because it comes to the All Saints Performing Arts Center stage in Manassas!
Before the parade passes by, mark your calendars July 17-22 for Upper Room Theatre’s production of the beloved Broadway musical, Hello, Dolly!
Tickets are available at www.UpperRoomTickets.com
Once again this year the teachers have prepared a list of learning activities for each of the grade levels designed to reinforce math skills and to encourage reading during the summer holiday.
After reviewing the assignments, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher should you have any questions.
Summer Learning 2018
The School Supply List for 2018-2019 is now available and posted on our website. As in prior years, we are again providing parents the opportunity to purchase pre-packaged supply packs online. Supply packs will arrive prior to Orientation Day and will be delivered directly to your child’s classroom.
In response to feedback provided by parents last year, we have implemented a few changes in the program. We have made an effort to reduce the supply lists so as to lower costs for parents. Additionally, we have tried to ensure higher quality products, such as including only brand name writing instruments, such as Crayola. The school supply company has also provided a guarantee to replace any defective items free of charge.
- The Pre-Kindergarten packs include the Pre-K bag and a nap time mat. Sheet sets are available for purchase a la carte and will fit the nap time mat or may be purchased from another vendor.
- The Kindergarten pack includes a seat sack. For those parents not purchasing the pre-packaged supplies, the seat sack may be purchased separately online or during Kindergarten Orientation.
- The 4th Grade pack includes one locker shelf.
- The 5th Grade pack includes one name brand (Master Lock) combination lock but not a locker shelf.
- The 6th Grade pack includes an additional locker shelf but not a lock. For any new families or students needing to replace shelves or locks, these items are available for purchase online a la carte and can be added to the supply pack order as an individual item as necessary.
- Parents of new students in grades 1-4 who wish to purchase a seat sack may do so online or when they arrive on Orientation Day. Similarly, those who wish to purchase a replacement seat sack may order them online and have them added as an individual item to their supply pack. Pre-ordered items will automatically be delivered to classrooms prior to Orientation Day.
Supply packs will be available for purchase at a discounted price until June 30th with free bulk shipping to the school. Those who order after the June 30th deadline will be ineligible for the discount and will need to pay for shipping to the school.
If you won a free supply pack this past year, please be sure to verify your contact information and order with Mrs. Johnson to ensure that you receive the correct supply pack.
We are currently seeking volunteers to distribute supply packs to the appropriate classrooms on August 17th, one week prior to Orientation Day. The project only requires a short period of time and it’s a great way to earn shares before the school year begins.
Go to our School Supply page to order online or print out a supply list.
Spots are filling up for the July 9-13 and July 16-20 daycamps in the Arts. All instructors are Catholics, educators, and experts in their field. Offerings are full day camps plus an afternoon & evening camp session too. There are higher level courses for teens, beginner level for young kids, and everything in between.
- CAMP BROADWAY
- ARTS & CRAFTS FUN CAMP
- ART EXPLORER CAMP
- IMPROVISATIONAL COMEDY for TEENS
- SONGWRITING with MARIE MILLER for TEENS
Go to www.SpotlightSummerCamps.com to learn more and register before the spots fill up!
All Saints Catholic School is now accepting applications for the following positions for the 2018-2019 school year.
Extended Day Assistants (K-8 Program and the New Pre-K Afternoon Program) – Part Time (Monday – Friday/2:30-6:30 p.m.)
Those interested in learning more are invited to request an application at the front office or contact the principal for more information. (703-368-4400)
Yesterday we celebrated the success of the 13th Annual Race for Education, our largest fundraiser of the year. I am pleased to share with you that, to date, we have received $49,396.29 in contributions. In the week ahead, the PTO will process the paperwork to generate a check for 10% of the proceeds which will be donated to St. Jude’s. Once again, thank you students, parents, relatives and friends for your wonderful support of All Saints!
The following is a list of winners from the 2018 Race for Education.
|K – 2:
||Eli Sorbet (20 laps)
||Keira Reynolds (15 laps)
|3 – 5:
||Sedemm Agbolosu-Amison (17 laps)
||Aoife Haggerty, Carmenita Bright, Cecilia Vazquez (18 laps)
||Joey Munsell, Will Foster, Chris Mills (19 laps)
||Amara Collins (19 laps)
Class Winners – $100 in Educational Materials
||Mrs. Pryor – 2B (Total Contributions – $2,964.33)
|3 – 5:
||Mrs. Honkus – 5A (Total Contributions – $3,906.33
|6 – 8:
||Mrs. Cottingham – 6B (Total Contributions – $2,748.00)
Raffle Ticket Drawings – $50 Checks
|PK – 2:
||Jack Volkert (2A)
|3 – 5:
||Ahtziri Ramirez-Ramos (3A)
|6 – 8:
||Joey Munsell (6A)
All Saints invites all of our school families to our upcoming graduation festivities. The students will gather in the church at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, June 8th 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. Following a special breakfast for the graduates at 11:00 a.m., the 8th grade students will participate in the Walk of Honor, a custom by which all of the students in grades K-7 line the hallways and applaud for the graduates as they exit the building for the final time as students. The celebration culminates with a Mass at 4:00 p.m. followed by the Graduation Ceremony and a reception in the Parish Activities Center. I hope that you and your family will be able to join us for some of these special moments as we congratulate our 8th grade students and celebrate their success.
Important Reminder: As Graduation will begin at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 8th, school will dismiss at noon for students in grades K-7. Extended Day services will remain available.
Given the forecast of rain for Saturday and Sunday and what we anticipate will be poor field conditions at Linton Hall, as well as the possibility for additional showers on Monday morning, we will be hosting Field Day at All Saints on Monday, June 4th.
The time of the event will remain the same, i.e. 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. with no Extended Day services available.
Morning Arrival Procedures (8:30-9:00 a.m.)
- Volunteers who will be assisting with the event are asked to park in the church lot, to enter the school via the front door, sign-in at the office and then escort their son/daughter to their classroom.
- All other students may be dropped off using our regular morning procedures, beginning at 8:40 a.m.
Dismissal Procedures (1:00 p.m.)
Field Day will conclude at 1:00 p.m. Parents are asked to notify the homeroom teacher when departing with their child. All other students will exit the building using our regular procedures and gather in the front courtyard and behind the school for dismissal.
We look forward to a wonderful day of activities – rain or shine – that we hope will be very enjoyable for the children.
Last Friday both the All Saints Beginner and Advanced Bands performed at a music festival in Williamsburg, Virginia with each earning 1st Place in their divisions! We are proud of both of the bands and congratulate them on this success. Congratulations to Mr. Ward and to all of the students on this wonderful achievement!