We are excited to announce that All Saints Catholic School will be sponsoring a Spirit Night for delivery or takeout orders at C.J. Finz Raw Bar & Grille in Old Town Manassas from 5-9:00 PM on Friday, March 5.
C.J. Finz is located at 9413 West Street in Manassas and can be reached at 571-292-1742. For your convenience, you can place your order online. C.J. Finz will be donating a percentage of the proceeds from the evening to our school!
Please note that personalization of your yearbook is available for $5.00.
If you have candid photos that you would like to submit for possible inclusion in the yearbook, please send them by March 1 to Janis DeVore at email@example.com with “Yearbook” in the subject line. Please remember to include your child’s name and grade in the body of the message.
All Saints Catholic School will be hosting a Virtual Open House for prospective parents on Thursday, March 11 at 9:00 AM via Zoom. All Saints’ Pre-Kindergarten – 8th grade nationally recognized school is currently offering in-person and virtual learning options.
Plan now to attend our morning Virtual Open House to discover how your child can benefit from All Saints’ nurturing faith environment and innovative approach to learning.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Nancy Weaver at (703) 393-1490 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning last spring, there was a call to name the All Saints Eagle mascot. After many votes, the tallies have been counted and our Eagle has a name!
Without further ado, we introduce the All Saints Eagle, Cuthbert! Our eagle’s namesake is Saint Cuthbert who was known for his successful effort to protect birds in his native Northumbria, now Scotland. His feast day is September 4th, so we will make sure to plan special activities around that day for our own Cuthbert.
St. Cuthbert also is often depicted with the symbol of an Eagle in artwork. During this time of Covid-19, it is interesting that one of St. Cuthbert’s patronages is against epidemics.
As part of our Catholic Schools Week celebration, we will be sponsoring our All Saints Souper Bowl Food Drive on Monday, February 1 and Tuesday, February 2. Please consider donating a collection of soups, cornbread, muffin mix, and any other non-perishables that warm the heart. See details below:
The online application for tuition assistance through FACTS Grant & Aid for the upcoming school year is now available. For more information about the diocesan tuition assistance program and the application process, please see the links below.
2020 W-2s and tax returns are required for verification
Should you have any questions about the application process or tuition assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Nancy Weaver, Administrative Assistant, at 703-393-1490 or email@example.com. Please note that if you have a high school and elementary student, the deadline to submit was the high school deadline of January 18, 2021.
Each year the Diocese of Arlington hosts “We Care Week,” an annual opportunity for schools to acknowledge and support the outstanding work of Catholic Charities. For the past five years, we have linked our Thanksgiving Luncheon to an outreach effort to benefit the St. Lucy Project, a large warehouse in Manassas where staff and volunteers process and distribute donations to numerous food pantries in our region. In the past, our community has very generously responded to this effort, typically contributing more than $1,000 each year.
This year We Care Week will begin on Sunday, December 6. In support of this program, all students are invited to participate in a Dress Down Day.
Monday, November 30 – Blue Cohort
Tuesday, December 1- White Cohort
Virtual Learners may select one of the two days.
The cost to participate is $1.00 with families invited to make an additional donation to support this wonderful cause. Again this year, we will request that the donations from our school specifically target the needs of the St. Lucy Project.
Saint Teresa of Calcutta reminds us “if you cannot feed one hundred people, then just feed one”. Although structured differently this year, All Saints Catholic School will once again partner with the Bethany Food Pantry in collecting food items to provide families in need with a Thanksgiving meal. Working closely with the food pantry, we have determined a safe way to collect food items that encourages participation while maintaining the health and safety of our school community.
On Wednesday, November 18 and Thursday, November 19, students may participate in our annual Thanksgiving Food Drive by placing food items in bins that will be located outside during morning arrival in both the front and back carpool areas. Students who participate all virtually are invited to participate on either of these days and may drop off items on either day, in either location.
In an effort to balance the type of food the pantry is seeking, we have assigned the following grade level items:
Kindergarten – 1 5-pound bag of white potatoes
1st Grade – 1 5-pound bag of white potatoes
2nd Grade – 1 5-pound bag of sweet potatoes
3rd Grade – 1 5-pound bag of sweet potatoes
4th Grade – 3 bunches of celery
5th Grade – 2 3-pound bags of onions
6th Grade – 2 3-pound bags of onions
7th Grade – 3 1-pound bags of carrots
8th Grade – 3 1-pound bags of carrots
Thank you for your generosity in ensuring that many families in need
throughout our community enjoy a beautiful Thanksgiving meal.