News at All Saints
All Saints celebrated Catholic School Weeks by celebrating "Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service." Highlights of the week included the parent / grandparent luncheon, 100th Day of School activities, Rev. Coleman's challenge to be "world-changers" and the student vs. faculty basketball game (faculty won, but just barely!).
To see photos from the week,
8th grader, Nasja and fourth grader, Morgan are All Saints Spelling Bee Champions taking first and second place respectively. Nasja will go on to compete at the Diocesan
level in January!
In November 2016, ASCS Flaming Marshmallows LEGO Robotics team won Best Robotic Project for Division II and the Amazing Knights were 2nd place Champions of Division I and were selected to move onto the State Competition in December 2016 at James Madison University where they won the Inspiration Award.
All Saints honors Sr. Betty, the school's first principal, on her Golden Jubilee--50 years of service with the Sisters of Mercy.
Dr. Ronald Crutcher, the President of the University of Richmond, speaks to the All Saints student body about mentoring. He also brought cookies for the entire student body and donated peanut butter to the LEGO Robotics teams' collection for FEEDMORE. Thank you Dr. Crutcher! We enjoyed hearing your story.
Hispanic Heritage Family Night
For the second year, All Saints hosted a Hispanic Heritage Family Night for all families to celebrate the heritage and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States. This year's celebration included a wax museum, cuisine sampling, crafts, and Hispanic songs and dances. The entertainment included children and parents, and every grade had a part. Thank you Senora Leon and all the parents who worked so hard! See photos of the event HERE.
All Saints Catholic School and the Notre Dame Club of Richmond
All Saints Catholic School and the Notre Dame Club of Richmond present the 2016 Hesburgh Lecture by noted Notre Dame Professor Dr. Brian S. Collier: Save Our Schools, Save Our Country, and Save Your Family onOctober 27, 2016 6:30 PM, in the auditorium of All Saints Catholic School, 3418 Noble Avenue Richmond, 23222. Open to the public and free of charge. More information click HERE.
What’s New at All Saints?
Pictured (left to right):
Mr. Adam Burgess; Physical Education and part-time School Counselor
Mr. Chris White; Technology; middle school After-School Program
Mr. Sean Tenaglia; Middle School English and Literature Grades 6, 7 and 8
Miss Taylor Kelly; Middle School Science Grades 5 – 8.
Not pictured: Mrs. Magdiel Sampson; Kindergarten Assistant
Click here to Learn about our
new faculty members.
All Saints in the News
Check out this newly released 9-minute documentary about the 2015 Agricultural Commodies Tour starring several of our students and teachers: Click Here...
All Saints students graced the cover and inside of October's issue of Richmond Family Magazine. Click Here to view the Cover and Click Here for Inside.
2016 Agricultural Commodities Tour
During the week of August 15th, four All Saints students, James Seldon, Taiheem Churchwell, Jocelyn Matthews, and Nasja Powers attended the 2016 Agricultural Commodities Tour sponsored by the Richmond Growing 4-H Science Team. The students explored a llama farm, Rte 11 chips, a produce auction, a creamery and farmers' market. They also learned about agricultural research and women owned and operated agri-business. Their group photo is shared on page 3 of the September issue of the Growing 4-H Science News.
Check it out HERE.