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All Saints Students Love Their Families!

Students share what's special about their families in this video that was showcased at the Parent/Grandparent Luncheon during Catholic Schools Week. Click here to view video!

 


May 2017 Happenings


The 8th grade class enjoyed a memorable field trip on the James River Association's Wet Feet Overnight to Presquile National Wildlife Refuge.

The Drama Club presented
"The Big Bad" in the Spring Drama. 

The PTO put on a Luau Dance for K through grade 8. 

Students from every grade served as docents for the Second
Annual Arts and Science Showcase.

Middle school enjoyed an afternoon of roller skating.

The Annual Carnival was a lot of fun and a big success.
   

April 2017 Happenings


Students from the Spanish Community-Based Learning Program at University of Richmond shared the traveling museum, The Museo Ambulante, with All Saints students.

Maureen McCabe, a guest teacher in Mrs. Murph's sixth grade history class, discussed the cause and effect of World War II.

Students participated in the Annual Jog-A-Thon to help raise funds for new playground equipment.

Bon Secours staff and students provided health checks for students and wellness lessons in the classrooms.

Some All Saints students participated in a Palm Sunday procession at St. Paul Catholic Church.

Students shined in the All Saints Talent Show!
   

March 2017 Happenings


All Saints families marched in the Irish Festival parade on Churchill.



The kindergarten class learned about keeping their teeth healthy with a visit from a local dentist and his friends.



The middle school students made a historic trip to the National Museum of African-American Art and History in Washington, D.C.


Students stopped and dropped everything to read for Dr. Seuss' birthday and Read Across America Day.



All Saints students and Board members were recognized at the Black Catholics Leadership Dinner.

     

February 2017 Happenings


The entire student body participated in the Black History Month Program



The kindergarten class enjoyed a visit from a shelter dog as part of their "Pet Project" which also included raising money from a baked sale for homeless pets.




January 2017 Happenings


Students celebrated Catholic Schools Week with many exciting activities:  4th Graders read to the students at St. Thomas Preschool, the SGA delivered cards of gratitude and cookies to the local fire station, local priests joined us for lunch, students celebrated the 100th day of school, Parent/Grandparents joined us for a special luncheon, students rallied for school choice, students made peace cranes to send to the president, the choir performed at the Diocese, the students played the faculty in a basketball game and much more!

Students (and several teachers) from every grade participated in a moving Martin Luther King, Jr. program.

Second grade put on a great performance for the 2nd marking period Award Ceremony.

Pre-K enjoys Happy Hat Day and using chopsticks in celebration of Chinese New Year.

 


December 2016 Happenings


Students celebrate
Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass
.

Students in the After-School program make Gingerbread Houses for the holidays.

Students in pre-K through grade 2 put on a Christmas Program of holiday songs and recitations.

Students grades 3-8 present
"
Miracle on Bethlehem Street."

Students enjoy Wacky Tacky Christmas Color TAG Day and Friday Dance Fun.

Families enjoyed the annul
Breakfast with Santa by the PTO. 

Students enjoyed Pajama Day, which included a special visitor.
 

November 2016 Happenings


Students celebrated All Saints Day by sharing the stories of Saints with their Mass Buddies.


The Day of the Dead or El Dia de los Muertos was celebrated after a Mass for All Souls Day. It included a presentation about the traditions of the celebration, dancing, face painting and sweet bread and hot cocoa.

The Amazing Knights and Flaming Marshmallows competing in the LEGO Robotics District Competition and both did very well. The Flaming Marshmallows won Best Robotic Project for Division II, and the Amazing Knights were 2nd place Champions of Division I and selected to move onto the State Competition.

Pre-K had Funny Feet and Happy Hat days in November.

Pre-K and kindergarten hosted a Thanksgiving Prayer Service with Rev. Juanita Coleman of Providence Park Baptist Church. Several classes also enjoyed Thanksgiving breakfasts during the week.

Lt. Robert McKenna visited All Saints on Veteran's Day to thank students for adopting his National Guard squadron while stationed in Qatar last year.
   

October 2016 Happenings


Dr. Crutcher
- University of Richmond's President, Dr. Crutcher, speaks to the school about mentorship

Halloween fun
- All Saints PTO's annual Trunk-or-Treat; pre-k through Grade 2 visit St. Gertrude's Halloween Carnival

Hesburgh Lecture
- All Saints and the Notre Dame Club of Richmond host Prof. Collier to speak about education

Hispanic Heritage
Family Night - second annual evening event for all families, including dancing, presentations and food tasting
Pre-K animal parade - pre-k students share their favorite stuffed animals
Pumpkin patch
- pre-k and K visit the pumpkin patch

Soccer
- Middle School varsity soccer season continues
 

September 2016 Happenings


Opening Mass
- Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Ears and Hands
- pre-k makes listening ears and 3rd grade creates helping hands to prepare for learning

Fundraiser
Assembly

Pre-K works
in the garden

Pre-K takes a virtual trip to Mexico

Celebration of Sr Betty's Golden Jubilee

Special visitors to the school: Benedictine, St. Gertrude's and Diocese volunteers
 

First Day of School August 25, 2016

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