Announcing … All Saints Virtual Art Show

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:

  1. 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
  2. If you don’t have a mobile compatible device, you can simply visit To register for the All Saints page, please enter the Access Code FDSM-BSKN.
  3. 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.
  4. 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,

All Saints Virtual Art Show Flyer

Anna Downes Wins VA American Legion Middle School Essay Contest

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.

Yearbook Orders Extended to May 29

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:

  • Please visit the following website to order online: 
  • The All Saints school code is 13273520.

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

All Saints Yearbook Flyer

Register Now for Pre-K Virtual Open House

Join All Saints for a Virtual Open House to learn more about our Pre-K Program for 4-year-old children.

  • Wednesday, May 13 – 9:00 AM
  • Thursday, May 14 – 7:30 PM

What is a Virtual Open House? Learn about All Saints’ dynamic Pre-Kindergarten Program, meet our principal, see our classrooms, learn what a day-in-the-life looks like for an All Saints Pre-K student, and hear from one of our Pre-K teachers. Join our live Q&A session and get answers to your questions in real time!

All Saints Catholic School’s Pre-Kindergarten Program offers a nurturing faith environment that will provide your child with the knowledge and skills to support spiritual growth and academic success. Serving Northern Virginia families in Manassas, Bristow, Gainesville, Haymarket, Manassas Park, Nokesville, and surrounding areas, our Pre-Kindergarten Program fosters the development of each child’s faith, knowledge, self-esteem and creativity.

Students learn to appreciate and act on the values of kindness, love and joy through our virtues program, positive daily interactions, and faith-filled activities. Our academic focus and hands-on learning approach will prepare your child for success in kindergarten …  READ MORE

All Saints Pre-Kindergarten Program
  • Children must be four years of age by September 30.
  • Full Day (5 Days per Week) 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Tuition Rate

Before and after school care is available. Register now for a Virtual Open House on May 13 or May 14!

Can’t make either of the dates? Register for the event and we will send you a recording of the Virtual Open House. For additional information, please contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio at (703) 393-1490 or admissions@

PTO Nomination Survey Now Open

The PTO is looking for nominations to fill several vacancies. Please consider taking 2 minutes to complete the survey below and nominate yourself or another parent who would be a good fit for any of our open PTO positions as listed on the survey. Positions can be co-chaired if preferred.

This is just a nomination and not a commitment. There are several opportunities with different levels of involvement. If you have any questions, please contact the PTO at You may also visit the All Saints PTO page on the All Saints website.

PTO Nomination Survey

The All Saints Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) supports the educational, spiritual and community life of All Saints Catholic School. All parents and guardians of enrolled students are members of the PTO. Members assist the school by building community and providing volunteer support and fundraising for the school. Additionally, the PTO is focused on organizing community events for All Saints families.

Yours in Christ,

All Saints PTO

All Saints Band, 2020-2021

Special Message from Mr. Ward
All Saints Band Director
Learning to play an instrument in any grade is a new and wonderful addition to your child’s regular school day. I like to think of this as an opportunity to be on the ground floor, or at least the starting point, of a lifetime of learning to play and meet other young musicians, or to participate in diocesan honor band performances, or perform at a Kings Dominion or Hershey Park Music Festival. I am sending this notice early, because I would like families and students to not only get excited about this but also be able to discuss decisions and commitments to the instrument and our school program. My goal is to have our students as well prepared for the first day of classes as possible.

I am proud of our band program at All Saints and well aware that your student could one day be in the advanced band. A successful first year is the key to ultimate success and I will do everything possible to make it a great experience. The essential elements are desire and a little discipline. All too often the newness of playing an instrument wears off quickly, so the right instrument and parent support is essential.

We offer the following instruments to beginners in the 4th grade:

  • Flute
  • Clarinet
  • Alto Sax
  • Trumpet
  • Trombone
  • Baritone
  • Additionally, the drum kit provides a small drum and a set of bells, but we are accepting only a smaller number of drum students next year. Special considerations go to older students from the 5th – 8th grade. As beginners in fourth grade, I know students usually want to be with their friends.

5th – 8th Grade Students
Every effort is made to put your son or daughter on the right instrument and get them ready as soon as possible for advanced band. Students in 5th – 8th grade can choose from the instruments listed above. In addition, we also offer special instruments to 5th thru 8th grade students, such as bass clarinet, tenor sax, baritone and even tuba, for those willing to play these needed instruments.

The Garwood Whaley Music Program works closely with the Arlington Diocese to provide instrumental programs in all Diocesan schools. All Saints Catholic School has had a long track record, over 40 years of successful concerts, festivals, and individual achievements. As a parent you look for two things ln a program, and they are teacher quality and a proven track record.  Also, be sure to think ahead to high school and activities available at that level.

Music and Arts Stores located all around the Northern Virginia area assist us with instrument rental programs for all instruments, and are made available to parents at registration on Band Parents’ (Registration Night) . Check your school calendar for dates, location and time in Fall of 2020.  I will be introducing the instruments to all students in the first weeks of school with some send along information as well.

I hope to see each of you at the band parents night and /or the next concert with a student in the band program. Be sure to make this a priority to help ensure your child’s success as a member of the All Saints Band.
Barry Ward

All Saints Band Director

What Do You Miss Most About All Saints?

Calling All Saints students … we want to know what you are missing the most about All Saints!

I know we had to part without saying goodbye and many of our traditions and day-to-day joys are being missed by us all. What are you missing the most?

Watch Mrs. Slater’s video to see how we can all share what we are missing. Then send us something to represent what you are missing (a special drawing, writing, photos … get creative, but please no video).

Please email your submissions to We will put together your thoughts and share them with the whole community!

The deadline to participate is next Thursday, April 30.

FACTS Tuition Assistance for 2020-2021

The online application for tuition assistance through FACTS Grant & Aid is available online. To apply or for more information about the diocesan tuition assistance program, please see the links below.

Elementary School Deadline – March 18, 2020

Should you have any questions about the application process or tuition assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio, Administrative Assistant, at 703-393-1490 or