We are excited to announce that the installation of the new ACTIV Panels will be completed this evening! We thank the many members of our school community and our major donor who made this possible through their generous support of the 2019-2020 Annual Fund.
To highlight this new equipment and to share with you a variety of ways that we are integrating technology in our curriculum, the faculty is pleased to host a “Technology Showcase” for current and prospective All Saints families on Thursday, February 27 beginning at 7:00 PMi n the Parish Activities Center.
Following a brief PTO presentation, the teachers will demonstrate a number of ways that they are using technology to enliven the curriculum and to engage students in the learning process.
We hope that you will join us for this event and invite you to bring a friend, neighbor or colleague who may be interested in learning more about our program. The “open house” format will be a wonderful opportunity for current and future school families to tour the school and to witness first-hand some of the innovations taking place on a daily basis at All Saints.
All Saints is excited to announce that in partnership with The Players Sports Academy, we will be launching an after-school soccer program for 1st and 2nd grade students this spring.
The eight one hour sessions will take place on our soccer field from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Thursdays beginning March 19.
For more information about The Player Sports Academy and for registration information, please see the following link:
The Player Sports Academy
We are pleased to provide this extracurricular activity for our primary level students and hope to potentially expand our partnership with the academy in future years!
It was a great honor for us to welcome Mrs. Aimee Viana, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, and Mr. Michael Chamberlain, Special Assistant for Rural Outreach, to All Saints yesterday. Joined by a number of distinguished guests that included Dr. Joseph Vorbach (Superintendent of Schools), Mrs. Renee White (Assistant Superintendent for Enrollment and Marketing), Mayor Hal Parrish (City of Manassas) and Mrs. Theresa Coates Ellis (Manassas City Council Member), it was a remarkable moment in the life of our school.
In recent days a number of people have inquired as to when I learned of the visit and how All Saints was actually selected. I received a call from the Department of Education just last week indicating that a member of their leadership would be in the area and would be pleased to visit All Saints. After learning of All Saints, they decided to reach out to us to inquire whether a visit might be possible so that they might learn first-hand what makes All Saints unique.
In this regard, the visit provided us an opportunity to showcase specific aspects of our school that were of particular interest to the U.S. Department of Education, namely differentiation of instruction, integration of technology, and the benefits of the tax credit program for families in our community.
There were many highlights throughout the event, such as the visits to classrooms and the one-on-one interaction that our students enjoyed with our special guests. Perhaps the most poignant was the listening session during which a small group of students, parents and faculty shared their perspective on the “All Saints experience.” Prompted with a single question as to why they had chosen All Saints and what makes our school so distinct, each individual spoke from the heart, sharing the impact that All Saints has had on their family through the years. It was a moment of tremendous school pride and recognition of the gift of Catholic education.
I offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to all of our participants. I wish to specifically thank and congratulate Camden (President of the SCA) and Brenda (Vice President of the SCA) who represented the entire student body and beautifully articulated the difference that All Saints has made in their lives.
Start to finish, the visit was a wonderful experience for our school community – and a great affirmation of all that we have achieved together through the years. Indeed, with God all things are possible!
All Saints Catholic School will host an Open House for prospective parents for the 2020-2021 school year on Thursday, March 5 beginning at 9:00 AM in the Parish Activities Center. All parishioners and members of the community interested in learning more about our school are cordially invited to attend.
Following a presentation and introduction, tours of the facility will be provided.
Please click here to register for our March 5th Open House.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio at (703) 393-1490 or email@example.com
The PTO is hosting Family Bingo night on Saturday, February 22 at 6:00 PM in the Parish Activity Center (PAC). The cost is $5 per person for multiple Bingo games, prizes, cookies and lemonade. Please use the flyer linked below to Pre-Order your dinner and/or Bingo cards.
All Pre-Orders are due by Wednesday February 19th.
Bingo Flyer and Pre-Order
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join All Saints Catholic School for our 9th Annual Running with the Saints 5K. Starting at All Saints Catholic School, our race course winds through nearby Manassas neighborhoods. The event features ChronoTrack timing for race enthusiasts, musical entertainment, and a family-friendly atmosphere. In addition to supporting our PTO, the race will raise funds for Joe Gregory and his family to help ease the financial burden of his fight with ALS.
Runners and walkers of all ability levels are welcome!
Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 8:15 AM
All Saints Catholic School
9294 Stonewall Rd
Manassas, VA 20110
We are actively seeking sponsors for this event! Now you can family stewardship shares by signing up sponsors. See information about Registration and Sponsorship Opportunities.
Register now for the Running with the Saints 5K
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Any questions? Contact Joan Coleman at email@example.com.
Students gathered to test their knowledge of the Catholic faith in All Saints’ 9th Annual Catholic Cup. Winners of their classroom competitions from grades 4-8 advanced to this final round of The Catholic Cup, an academic-style competition.
As the event emcee, Mr. Tessier posed questions related to Catholic theology and teaching while participants provided answer after answer until the group of contestants came down to just two finalists for the championship round of the competition.
Congratulations to all of our participants and to all of our students who cheered on their classmates.
We want to acknowledge the wonderful work of Mrs. Bill and Mr. Tessier who serve as our faculty coordinators, and extend a very special thank you to the members of our 2019 judging panel:
- Fr. Ed Guilloux
- Mrs. Bill
- Mrs. Sweeney
- Mr. Kontoes
This uplifting event provides a wonderful way for all of our students, those directly participating and those watching from the audience, to learn and grow in their faith.
Our 7th grade students recently competed in the annual Science Fair held in the Parish Activities Center. We are very proud of our students and grateful for the dedication of Mrs. Cottingham and Miss Tohill who led them through the scientific process and management of a long-term project.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Science Fair.
Behavioral and Social Sciences
- 1st Sophia R. (7B) – Distractors: How many is too many?
- 2nd Savanna L. (7B)- Did I Catch Your Eye
- 3rd Mia D. (7B) – Color Craze
- 3rd Kiran K. (7A) – Onion Tears Are My Worst Fears Botany
- 3rd Ashton H. (7A) – How’s it Growin’
- 1st Mikayla L. (7B) – Rise of the Muffin
- 2nd Ethan D. (7A) – Inhibitors
- 3rd Joseph F. (7B) – How Cold Can You Go?
- 2nd Abigail D. (7A) – Outta My Way Need for Speed Earth and Space
- 2nd Sarah R. (7B) – There is a Weather App for That Engineering
- 2nd Declan M. (7B) – Building Bridges Will They Break?
- 2nd Jesus S. (7B) – Twisting Tornadoes
- 3rd Mya B. (7A) – Erosion in Motion
Health and Medicine
- 1st Nikhil V. (7B) – Radiation in a Magnetic Field
- 2nd Mary J. (7A) – To Drink or Not to Drink
- 3rd Grace T. (7A) – Unique Prints from Designer Genes
- 2nd Isabella B. (7B) – Dirtier than a Toilet
- 1st Melissa P. (7A) – This Little Light of Mine
- 3rd Noah M. (7A) – Paper Airplane Launcher
- Grand Prize Nikhil V. (7B)
- 1st runner up Savanna L. (7B)
- 2nd runner up Sarah R. (7B)
- 3rd runner up Jesus S. (7B)
This week we celebrate Catholic Schools Week, an annual opportunity to join with schools across our nation in highlighting the distinct mission of Catholic education.
CSW Video Contest
New this year we are excited to host a video contest entitled Why I / We Love All Saints. Students are invited to submit video entrees individually or to work together in teams. All completed videos must be submitted via email and received by 7:00 p.m. on January 30. Winners will be announced at the conclusion of Catholic Schools Week on January 31. See CSW Video Contest Rules.
Catholic Schools Week – Events & Activities
- Sunday, January 26 – Kindness to Our Parish
Students Invited to Wear Uniforms to Mass
- Monday, January 27 – Kindness to our Community
Souper Bowl Pep Rally to benefit Bethany Food Pantry (Gym/2:00 p.m.)
- Tuesday, January 28 – Kindness to Our Parents
Special Treats for Parents at Carpool, Extended Day and at the Front Office
- Wednesday, January 29 – Kindness to Our Religious Life & Vocations
Catholic Cup – Religion Bee (PAC/8:30 a.m.) / Adopt-a-Seminarian – Class Letters and Prayers
- Thursday, January 30 – Kindness to Our Students
Free Dress Out Day sponsored by the SCA, Special Treat during Lunch, courtesy of the PTO, and No Homework Night
- Friday, January 31 – Kindness to Our Faculty & Staff
Beverage and Breakfast Cart, sponsored by the NJHS and Luncheon catered by the PTO
Noon Dismissal (Faculty/Staff Catholic Schools Week Luncheon)