Orders will be processed in the order that they are received and we are limiting quantities to 2 per item. This will ensure that we can help as many families as possible with their uniform needs.
If you have more than one student in either level, please place each of their names on the appropriate form.
Email your completed forms to the email address on the bottom of the form.
We know many families would like the ability to try things on, but at this phase we are not able to accommodate that. In some cases, it will be fairly easy to gauge what size is needed. We understand this will be more difficult with the skirts and pants. If you are really unsure, perhaps you could take a ride to FlynnO’Hara for sizing.
You will be able to pick up items on the following day/times by the gym door to the back parking lot:
Saturday, August 15th from 10:00 AM -12:00 PM
Saturday, August 15th from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
We will be accepting cash or check. If possible, please pay by check and have the check filled out with the exception of the dollar amount. We want to keep the line moving and remember to stay physically distanced.
Please return your form by August 14 to ensure processing!
Over the course of the past two months, the Continuity of Mission Task Force has been planning for the reopening of school for the 2020-2021 academic year. All of the deliberations and decision-making have been informed by the guidance provided by state and local health officials, the Office of Catholic Schools, and input from experts in the field. We are grateful for the feedback provided by faculty, staff and parents which has helped us gain a broad understanding of community perceptions, needs, and interests.
We are looking forward to the start of the new school year.
Download our Middle School Organizing Materials list (see below) and begin to assemble and label your notebooks, folders, and binders at home. Or, you may pick it up while visiting at orientation. On the first day of school, use the list below to identify what items to bring. Your teachers will guide you through setting up and labeling your materials during the first week of school. Remember to save a few brown paper bags from the grocery store as they make great
Check out “How to Make a Paper Bag Book Cover” – YouTube or wikihow.com – Create-a-Paper-Bag-Book-Cover for step-by-step directions on how to make a book cover from a brown paper grocery bag.
Please click on the links below which include the middle school supply list and details what to bring on orientation, what to bring on the first day of school, and what to leave at home for use later in the year.
We are pleased to present All Saints Catholic School’s first-ever Virtual Art Show! Our thanks to Miss Galanides for her work in organizing this beautiful showcase and to all of our student artists for sharing their gifts with our school community.
Please click the image below to enjoy the works of our talented student artists.
We are so excited to announce that Miss Galanides, All Saints Art Teacher, is organizing a Virtual Art Show for All Saints students!
Students may submit their artwork to the All Saints Virtual Art Show through Artsonia and can upload as many pieces of art as they choose. This is an exciting way for students to share the artwork that they have been creating while at home.
To submit artwork, please do the following:
To get started, download the Artsonia 6.0 app in the Apple or Android app store, select the “Students” option, then type the Access Code FDSM-BSKN. You can view a short tutorial video on using the app at artsonia.com/videos/studentapp.
If you don’t have a mobile compatible device, you can simply visit artsonia.com/class/access.asp. To register for the All Saints page, please enter the Access Code FDSM-BSKN.
Once you are on the All Saints class page, you will be able to add your child’s name and parent email to the roster.
Student usernames and artwork will be private until the child’s parent or guardian gives permission for it to be viewed publicly.
We will be sending out a link to the Virtual Art Show on June 2, 2020, so everyone can enjoy the creative works of our student community! See the Virtual Art Show Flyer below for more information. If you have any questions, please email Miss Galanides at firstname.lastname@example.org,
We are pleased to congratulate All Saints eighth grade student Anna Downes on being selected as the winner of the 2020 American Legion Post 10 Middle School Essay Contest. The theme of this year’s essay contest was, “I Like Living in America because …”
Anna’s essay was then submitted to the district level and was selected as the 16th District and the State of Virginia winning essay!
We want to take this opportunity to congratulate Anna for her outstanding achievements. We also wish to extend our appreciation to American Legion Post 10 for sponsoring this program locally.
Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, the yearbook portal will reopen until May 29. We know these have been trying and busy times and wanted to offer you another opportunity to purchase the 2019-2020 All Saints Yearbook. With all of the closures, this has slowed down the production line in printing the yearbooks, so we expect the yearbook delivery around the opening of the 2020-2021 school year.
The cost for each yearbook is $23 and all orders must be placed online as per the information below: