Students of the Month

SEPTEMBER 2018 STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

You can see students’ photos and profiles on the front bulletin board in the school.

Pre-K – Emma Murillo

Emma takes pride in her work.  She likes to work neatly. Emma sits quietly “crisscross applesauce” in Circle Time.  She remains quiet so that the teacher is able to finish the morning lesson. She enjoys the company of her classmates and plays happily with them. Keep working and learning, Emma!  We love your positive and pleasant manner!

Kindergarten – Christopher Carter

Christopher is being recognized for consistently demonstrating safe, respectful, responsible, and Christ-centered behavior throughout the first month of kindergarten! Christopher’s behavior and work ethic are consistently good examples for others.  He is motivated to complete his work to the best of his ability in a timely manner.  He is also eager to earn Class Dojo points any time he can get them, be it in the classroom, hallway, lunchroom or during resource classes!  We have thoroughly enjoyed having Christopher in our classroom and cannot wait to see what else the school year brings for him. Great job, Christopher, and keep up the good work!

1st Grade – Kendall Norton

Kendall Norton has done an outstanding job acclimating herself to a new first grade class and a new school!  She has consistently demonstrated safe, respectful, and responsible choices. Kendall can frequently be seen raising her hand to speak, helping a friend clean up the contents of a spilled pencil box, or patiently waiting her turn to get a new book from the book box.  Kendall has a very polite demeanor and is a kind and thoughtful classmate, actively listening to others when they share during our class discussions. She loves helping her teacher in the classroom. We are happy to have such an Amazing Knight in our first grade class!

2nd Grade – Dylan Ellis

Dylan Ellis has started off the school year as a dedicated and respectful student. Dylan works diligently on all academic tasks and is always kind to his classmates. Dylan shares and participates in classroom discussions and activities. He is cooperative while working with a partner, or in a small group. Dylan can be caught at recess showing great sportsmanship as the basketball games take place each day. He shows teamwork at recess and in the classroom. Dylan demonstrates the “All Saints Way” everyday by showing respectful, responsible, Christ-centered behaviors every day!

3rd Grade – Savannah Burrell

Savannah is new to All Saints this year.  Savannah is being recognized for her continued ability to follow classroom and school rules.  She works hard to be successful in academics as well as her behavior.  Savannah makes good grades in all subjects. She constantly displays excellent behavior. She participates in class discussions. Savannah is a role model for her little brother.

4th Grade – Jaslene Alvarez

Jaslene is new to All Saints this year. Every day she comes to class with a smile on her face and ready to work. She shows respect for her fellow students and teachers. She gives her full attention during lessons and she is mannerly and kind to others. Jaslene always offers to help–whether it is to pick up a fellow student’s fallen pencil or to answer a question. She turns-in her assignments on time, completes her work and willingly participates in class. Congratulations Jaslene!

 5th Grade – Ky’Shaun Towles

Ky’Shaun Towles is the 5thgrade ‘’Student of the Month’’. He is being recognized for his outstanding academic work and his consistent display of responsible behavior. In the classroom, Ky’Shaun is the first to raise his hand and respond to the question. He participates and enjoys class debates on topics that are challenging topics about world events .He enjoys participating in basketball and football. He has been the captain on several teams. He enjoys talking about his younger brother who is also a ASCS student in the 2nd grade and his baby sister. Ky’Shaun is a well-rounded student that is liked by his peers and teachers. His favorite subject is Math and enjoys eating pizza after one of his winning basketball games. He also has a sweet tooth, eating chocolate chip cookies with a glass of cold milk. He enjoys wearing the color blue, which is his favorite color. He says that one day he will play basketball for the ‘’Golden State Warriors.” He continues to demonstrate honesty, caring, respectful, responsible behavior, as well as leadership skills and high morals in his Christian beliefs. Congratulations Ky’Shaun Towles!

6th Grade – Marguret Diaz-Barriga

Marguret is being recognized for her hard work in the classroom and dedication to the All Saints school community. In just her first few weeks as an All Saints student, she has demonstrated what it truly means to be safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered. On each assignment, Marguret has put her best foot forward, giving consistently strong effort and demonstrating a willingness to ask questions for the benefit of her entire class. She is a voracious reader, moving on to her next book the second she puts one down, and earning plenty of AR points along the way! Additionally, Marguret uses her creativity and impressive writing skills to craft thought-provoking journal responses and essays in all of her classes. While making new friends and becoming involved in the school community, Marguret has shown respect and genuine compassion for all of her fellow students. Welcome to All Saints Marguret, and congratulations on your awesome start to the school year!

7th Grade – Tanique Williams

Tanique Williams is a great 7th grader who has been a part of our All Saints family for two years. Tanique is a hard-working young lady who takes pride in doing her best! She can be counted on to turn-in her work on time, and it is always neat. Since this school year began, Tanique has been seen helping others without being asked and assisting new classmates learn their way around All Saints. She is well liked by classmates and faculty and can be quite funny without trying! Keep up the great work Tanique!  

8th Grade – Isabella Flores

Isabella is our 8th Grade Student of the Month for her consistently safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered behavior.   Her smile lights up the room and helps to bring positive energy to the school.  Isabella consistently comes to class prepared and ready to learn.  She is a great student, and is not afraid to ask questions when needed.  She puts extra effort into her classwork when the assignments get difficult.  In addition to being a great student, she is also a great classmate, working well in groups and helping her peers as needed.  We are very lucky to have Isabella as a member of our ASCS family!


Students of the Month May 2018

PK- Kingston Brannon

Kingston takes pride in his work.  He likes to do his best and wants to be sure that he has finished his task.  His papers look neat and beautiful.

Since Kingston does not like to miss the newest happenings, he makes learning for all around him seem like the newest fad or like first news.  How fun this is for both teachers and students – everyone  feels like they are in on the latest and are all a part of the group!

Kingston makes friends easily.  He has a good sense of humor and appreciates others’ jokes.  He works well in groups and builds great structures with his classmates.

K- Diana Velasquez- Alfaro

Diana is our student of the month for the month of May.  Diana is very hard working and caring toward her peers and her teachers.  Her favorite thing about this school year has been watching our “baby chicks” hatch.  After the chicks started getting bigger, Diana took several chicks to her house and gave them a home. She is very passionate and loves caring for them!  Diana works very hard on classroom assignments. What makes her special is that when things get difficult for her, she does not give up; she keeps on trying! For these reasons, we are proud to announce that Diana is our “Student of the Month” for May.

 1st – Linda Meade

Linda Meade is an exceptional young lady.  She has such a kind heart and uses wonderful manners.  She is generous and giving, always ready to share her markers or crayons with a friend in need.  She is responsible in the classroom, readily putting forth effort in all that she does.  Even if tasks might seem a little daunting, Linda never gives up, but perseveres instead, while always giving things her best.  Linda can frequently be seen playing with her friends on the playground, always trying to include everyone and make sure others are acting in a fair manner.  She is a model classroom citizen when it comes to safe, respectful, and responsible behavior.

 2nd Geovanna Arce

Geovanna has worked hard all year. She is a beautiful oral reader and a creative writer and artist! Geovanna has been a kind and caring friend. Whenever she is upset, her friends gather to comfort her and she shares that empathy with her friends when they are upset. She has been a ray of sunshine in second grade this year!

 3rd Emily Hernandez Cortes

Emily Hernandez Cortes is the third grade student of the month. Emily’s positive attitude is positively infectious! Whether she is on the playground or in the classroom, she always gives her best effort. Emily embodies our core values, and works hard every single day. Great job Emily!

4th Zyhara Cousins

Zyhara is being recognized for her hard work and improvement. Zyhara has been doing a great job of working hard and asking for help to get better in areas she is weak. She never gives up, even when the work is difficult. It always makes me smile when Zyhara celebrates after figuring out something that was once difficult for her. She is full of energy and always makes the people around her smile. Zyhara participates in cheerleading and loves to dance. She’s helpful to others and can be relied upon. She currently serves as one of the classroom Chromebook monitor, she does, and awesome job helping to make sure the chromebooks are ready for use each day. Zyhara demonstrates Christ centered character, respect and responsibility.

5th Kifah Riddick

Kifah Riddick is our5th grade ‘”Student of the Month’’. She is being recognized for her outstanding academic work and consistent displays of responsible behavior. In the classroom, Kifah eagerly raises her hand for a chance to participate in class discussions.  She enjoys debating and discussing current events and world affairs. Kifah puts forth effort on every assignment and submits completed work on time. Kifah is a native New Yorker. She loves her birth state because the Statue of Liberty stands there.

Kifah is a quiet, well-rounded student with lots of talents. She loves to read and write. Kifaf enjoys writing personal comedies. Her favorite subject is history. She articulates her point of view very well. Acting is another talent that Kifah enjoys. She recently demonstrated her acting talent at the Arts and STEM Showcase in May. Like many girls, Kifah loves to go shopping with her mother. After a long day of shopping, they enjoys eating pizza together.

Kifah is a model student at All Saints. She demonstrates safe, respectful, responsible and Christ-like behavior. Kifah is a natural leader with high moral values.  Congratulations Kifah!

6th Erren Ellis

Congratulations, Erren, for being All Saints Catholic School Sixth Grade Student of the Month for May.  Erren is not only a fast and furious basketball player, but he is also a hard-working, respectful student.  Outside of school, Erren enjoys football, crafts, listening to music, and singing, as well as being an usher for his church.  He loves math, because his Dad is a “numbers guy”, and he really looks up to him.  Great job, Erren, and keep up the good work!

7th Isabella Flores

Isabella Flores is a lovely young lady in our 7th grade that has been at All Saints since 1st grade. During her time here she has been in both our choir and drama club. Currently Isabella is in the art club and a business lunch member. She can be counted on to be polite, respectful and helpful. Isabella works hard on her academics and takes pride in getting the job done to the best of her abilities. Classmates find her easy to talk to and she is well-liked by faculty and staff!  Way to close out the year Isabella!

8th McCarver Stokes

Ever since arriving at All Saints during his seventh grade year, McCarver has actively worked to become a servant leader for all members of the All Saints community. McCarver has participated in several extracurricular activities, including Varsity Soccer and Basketball. He also has participated in several community service projects, and has served his fellow students this past year as the Student Government President. McCarver looks out for all of his peers and younger students, and demonstrates genuine care for the wellbeing of the entire school community. In the classroom, McCarver constantly demonstrates his best effort and is a regular member of the Honor Roll. He is willing to both ask and answer questions, and offers help to classmates with challenging material. McCarver is a strong example of what it means to be safe, responsible, and respectful at All Saints Catholic School. We thank McCarver for all his dedication to All Saints and wish him the best of luck this fall as he begins high school at Appomattox Regional Governor’s School for the Arts and Technology!

 


Congratulations April 2018 Students of the Month

PK-Amari Brannon

Amari enjoys having fun and socializing.  He has a nice sense of humor and appreciates his friends’ jokes. He is beginning to understand the right time to be serious and the right time to joke.

Amari is taking advantage of the happiness and increase in energy associated with spring. He has turned over a new leaf and has gained new enthusiasm for lessons taught in class.  Amari has made the most valuable contributions to our discussions.  He also has been asking excellent questions right on spot with lessons taught.

Amari relishes using innovative ideas to make his work aesthetically pleasing.  It is refreshing to see him take such pride in his work when at this time of the year; it is such a temptation to get too distracted by the beauty of the outdoors to concentrate on assignments.  Good job, Amari!  Thank you for the joy of learning and creativity!  Stay on the path of success!

K- Annabelle Earl

Annabelle is recognized as our kindergarten student of the month for April.  Annabelle is always kind to her peers and has really done a great job being a role model to others this year.  She is kind-hearted to all and a great listener for her teachers.  Annabelle also works hard on her academics and loves playing outside.  She loves to share stories with her teachers and friends and is great at giving details when retelling stories we have done in class.  For these reasons, among others, Annabelle is our student of the month!

 

1st-Maximo Luis

Maximo Luis is a wonderful listener, who puts forth effort in everything that he does. He is a quiet leader, continuing to make good choices and persevering through challenges. His good manners are abundant, and he shares his smile with everyone around him.  Maximo demonstrates safe and respectful behaviors while in the classroom and throughout the rest of the school.  He is quick to help a friend and loves to read with a buddy, always including everyone and sharing his joy and happiness. He continues to grow and shine each and every day!

 

2nd-Laela Perry

Laela Perry is the Second Grade Student of the Month. Over the past few months, Laela has made great strides to make good choices in her work habits and showing responsibility. She is getting her work completed in a timely manner and shows effort and understanding. Laela has shared Christ centered ideas on handling conflicts with peers and has been a peacemaker in our class. Laela is a talented, intelligent and caring Knight. I am so proud of her work effort and especially her determination to show respect, responsibility, safety and Christ centered behaviors each day at All Saints.

3rd Anai Ibanez

Anai Ibanez is the third grade student of the month. Anai is a thoughtful student who is always on task. She often takes the initiative to continue her learning outside of the classroom. Anai goes to her local library to check out books on many of the topics we have studied in social studies. She has brought in books on everything from Ancient Greece to Egypt. Great job Anai!

4th – Amaya Tease

Amaya is a wonderful and bright young lady. She is a hard worker and loves to help others. She often contributes to class discussions by sharing her diverse experiences with the class. Amaya loves to play sports and is very creative. One of her strengths is coming up with rhymes related to the topics we are studying. She has helped her peers to remember complex information by making it into a fun song. Amaya is kindhearted and exemplifies Christ-centered behavior on a daily basis.

5th – Samantha Diggs

Samantha A. Diggs is the 5th grade “Student of the Month”. She is being recognized for her outstanding academic work and her consistent displays of responsible behavior. In the classroom, Samantha eagerly raises her hand for a chance to participate and enjoys adding to discussions on challenging topics such as debates on politics, world affairs and equal rights; for which she has very strong opinions. Samantha puts forth her best effort on every assignment and submits complete work on time. Her personal short stories about Greek and Roman myths provide evidence are interesting and demonstrate of her creativity.

Samantha is a well-rounded student who enjoys creative dancing, acting, singing, gardening, painting and talking to people. After a long day of shopping, Samantha likes to enjoy a little pizza or maybe even some tacos. During the summer, you are likely find Samantha at Busch Gardens or Water Country in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Over the last seven years, Samantha or “Sam” as we call her has been a model student at All Saints.  She demonstrates respectful, responsible behavior as well as leadership skills and high moral values centered in her Christian beliefs. Congratulations Sam!

6th Grade-Taylor Williams

Taylor Williams is a lovely sixth grade student who has attended All Saints since Pre-K. She is the last of four siblings attending All Saints. Taylor is an active member of our LEGO Robotics team, and school choir. She plays soccer, basketball and participates in the drama club. Taylor is dependable and works hard on her academics. She has very a caring personality and is quick to offer a smile. She is well -liked by classmates and the All Saints faculty!

7th –Mitchell Alonzo

Mitchell Alonzo is our 7th Grade Student of the Month for his outstanding work both inside and outside of the classroom. Mitchell is a strong student who earned first honors this past quarter. However, his strength as a student is more than just his stellar grades as Mitchell is always going above and beyond with the curious and thoughtful questions that he asks during class. Outside of class time, Mitchell is actively involved in the All Saints community. He is part of the crew for our upcoming Spring Drama. He even helps to run our school Comic Club with another one of his peers showing his leadership and initiative. We are proud of Mitchell and his accomplishments and cannot wait to see what he does next!

8th- Xavier Thompson

Due to his constant dedication to the All Saints school community, as well as his strong effort in the classroom, Xavier is being recognized as the 8th Grade Student of the Month. Xavier constantly contributes to the school community, aiding Mrs. Dickens with the audio production during choir performances and participating on the Varsity basketball and soccer teams. He is a leader among his peers, looking out for younger students and providing assistance to classmates when needed. Xavier worked incredibly hard during the third quarter, earning Second Honors. He is not afraid to ask questions or offer a response to a teacher’s question. At all places and at all times, Xavier shows what it means to be safe, responsible, and respectful. This fall, Xavier will be attending Varina High School, School of Communications and Media. Congratulations Xavier and best of luck next year and beyond!


Congratulations March 2018 Students of the Month

Pre-K – Shane Sutton

Shane’s dry sense of humor and his relaxed manner helps to make the classroom a pleasant place to be.  Shane, in his own time comes up with fabulous answers and ideas to contribute to class discussions.  When Shane comes up with the answer the class has had a hard time figuring out, Shane does not boast.  He enjoys intellectual challenges for the sake of gaining knowledge – not for competing with his classmates. Shane remains cool throughout the day.  If anyone bothers him, he quietly tells them to stop.  He does not try to strike back. Continue to keep calm as you learn Shane.  In this mode, you inevitably will go far in your quest for wisdom!

K – Alejandro Lopez

Alejandro is recognized as the kindergarten student of the month for the month of March. Alejandro does a great job following directions and trying his best at his work.  He is very strong in math and enjoys participating in class discussions during shared reading and calendar time. Alejandro is a good friend to his peers and strives to make good choices. For these reasons, Alejandro has been selected as the kindergarten student of the month!

1st  Abbey McBride

Abbey McBride is a quiet, soft-spoken gem in the first grade.  She is a hardworking student in all that she does, and puts forth effort in her classwork and group activities.  In the classroom, she can often be seen helping a close friend in need.  She has such a sweet nature and likes to share her happiness and love of learning, especially with all of the warm hugs and wide smiles she gives to Mrs. D and other teachers.  When another student in the school was having a difficult time, Abbey went out of her way to make a get well card during her free time to send loving prayers and show how much she cared for a fellow schoolmate.  Abbey has a positive attitude, and tries hard daily to do her best.  She makes safe, respectful, and responsible choices and is a very attentive listener.  She is such a joy to have in class!

2nd Donovan Wyatt

Donovan is the Second Grade Student of the Month. Donovan has shown responsibility all school year by completing and turning in all homework assignments on time this year. This has shown diligence, commitment and hard work! He is intelligent, kind and eager to participate in class, especially in guided reading and guided math groups where his interest, curiosity and ability to grasp concepts have piqued. Donovan has made great strides in showing respectful behaviors in our classroom. He is following directions, demonstrating active listening and exhibiting nice Christ-centered manners to his teachers and his peers. I am so proud of the growth Donovan has made this year.

 3rd Nathaniel Turman

Nate Turman is the third grade student of the month. Whether he is practicing free throws, learning yo-yo tricks, or reading a book, Nate knows that practice and dedication are the keys to success. He is a methodical student who works carefully and always gives his best effort. Keep up the great work Nate!

 4th Sean Wingold

Sean is being recognized for his creativity and kind-heartedness. Sean is bursting with great ideas and I love being a part of their manifestation. He is great with technology and finds interesting ways to use technology to enhance his work. He also is a good artist and loves to spend time drawing and writing stories. Sean is very hands-on and puts a lot of effort into making his projects wonderful. Sean is a good team player and gets along with everyone. He has a huge heart and is always ready to lend a hand, whether it is helping subs work the projector or carrying books for a friend or teacher, Sean is there to help. Sean is hard working, determined, and consistently demonstrates Christ-centered behavior.

 5th James “Kendrick” Matheny

Kendrick has been an active member of the All Saints community since pre-school.  This year, he was a member of the JV Boys’ Basketball team and the Comic Club.  He is a very hard working student.  His favorite subjects are history and math.  He will let you know that math is a part of the spelling of his last name.

Kendrick enjoys doing magic tricks at “Camp Out” during the summer.  Life has been exciting for him. His mother is from Bolivia and she was once “Miss Bolivia” in the Miss Universe pageant.

Kendrick plans to attend college and become an engineer like his father. He is also very proud of his big brother Paulo, who attends Atlee High School in Hanover County.  Kendrick is a respectful and responsible student. He exemplifies Christ-like behavior when interacting with teachers and his peers. Congratulations Kendrick on being the 5th grade “Student of the Month”.

 6th Joshua Thomas

Joshua is being recognized for his hard work in the classroom and dedication to the All Saints school community. In the classroom, Joshua is always willing to raise his hand to share his responses and ask questions about challenging material. He puts forth his best effort on each assignment, and recently submitted a very creative short story for English class. As a member of the junior varsity basketball team, Joshua showed up to practice every day, ready to work, improve his skills, and do whatever it takes to contribute to his team’s performance. His hustle and effort paid off throughout the course of the season as he helped his team earn a second consecutive playoff berth. Joshua is a young man of strong moral character in the classroom, on the court, and everywhere he goes. He is respectful at all times and lives out the All Saints values of being safe, responsible, and Christ-centered. Congratulations, Joshua!

 7th Jocelyn Matthews

Jocelyn is a bright and intelligent seventh grader who has been at All Saints since Kindergarten. Jocelyn is hardworking in accomplishing her academics and can be depended on to get the job done. She participates in our LEGOS, environmental action, drama and running clubs! Jocelyn is excited to join the STEM club in the spring. She is quick to help with our lower grade students and is well liked by students and faculty! Congratulations Jocelyn! Keep being a great example for the lower grades.

8th Alexis Williams

We are proud to congratulate Alexis Williams as our 8th Grade Student of the Month for the month of March. A quiet thinker, Alexis is a strong student in each of her classes, even balancing some high school credit courses this year. She is an active member our Speak Up Club and lives out the values of kindness each and every day. Additionally, she was selected earlier this year as the 8th Grade Representative to the Student Government Association and is currently involved in Ms. Kelly’s jazz and hip-hop dance class after school. Most importantly, she is a wonderful mentor and role model to her peers in the lower grades, someone that younger students can truly look up to and strive to be like. We are proud of all that Alexis has accomplished at All Saints and cannot wait to see what she does next!

 


Congratulations February 2018 Students of the Month

Pre-K- Laighla Haskins

Laighla ‘s gentle and polite manner is endearing because she considers others before herself.  She patiently follows directions and waits her turn to be called upon.  She does not complain if she does not get a turn to play with a certain toy the same day as some of her classmates.  She is willing to wait until she has a turn another day. Without being prompted, Laighla steadily completes her work.  She does not brag when she is especially talented in various areas.  She does a great job of putting complicated puzzles together and putting them away. She enjoys life and is not hard to please.  She smiles and glows while thoroughly showing appreciation for every special activity the teacher does with the class. Stay sweet and patient, Laighla.  When I think of you, I think of this saying found in the Bible and heard from the mouths of the wise:  “Good things come to them who wait.”

K- Daniel Lopez

Daniel is recognized as our student of the month for February. Daniel does an exceptionally good job on his work, and we often tell him we should use his work as samples instead of our own! He has meticulous handwriting and has made great strides in his reading ability.  Daniel always does his best work, is respectful to adults, and is very loving toward his peers. He loves to participate in class activities and aims to do the right thing on a daily basis.  For these reasons, Daniel is our student of the month.  Great job, Daniel- keep up the great work!

1st– My’Shaun Liggans

My’Shaun Liggans is a dedicated and hardworking young man.  My’Shaun continues to put forth effort in all of his work, showing tremendous pride and ownership.  In the classroom, he frequently welcomes a classmate to share the computer during indoor recess, or helps a classmate locate a missing item.  He has a positive attitude, and even when things might get a little tough, he does not give up and keeps on trying.  My ‘Shaun makes responsible choices and treats others with respect and kindness. He is a good listener and takes turns sharing during class discussions.  My’Shaun tries very hard to work to his highest potential every day at school.

2nd- Valentin Luis

Valentin is an everyday classroom “Knight”. He is quiet and respectful of his classmates and teachers. He works hard and participates often by raising his hand. He shows responsibility for completing and taking pride in his classwork. Valentin demonstrates Christ centered behaviors by following the Golden Rule in school. He helps others when they are hurt or need a lending hand. He has a smile and sweet demeanor that light up our classroom!

3rd –Finn Hull

Finn Hull is the third grade student of the month. Finn is an eager student who dives into every subject with enthusiasm and dedication. He is full of questions, and constantly has his hand in the air to answer. Finn is safe, responsible, and respectful both on the playground and in the classroom. Keep up the great work Finn!

4th Camryn Williams

Camryn is being recognized for her ability to make the best out of any situation. Camryn is a very hard-working and determined young lady. Camryn always gives her best and faces challenges with persistence and a can-do attitude. She is quiet-natured, but is a force to be reckoned with. She’s talented at writing songs and poems and she is a great performer. Camryn is also a very caring person and demonstrates her love for others in her interactions with her peers. She loves working with others to solve problems and she is always there to make you smile when you are having a bad day. Camryn consistently demonstrates Christ centered character, respect and responsibility.

5th- Duane Avery Brannon

Duane Avery Brannon better known as ”Avery” has been an outstanding student at ASCS for seven years. He enjoys spending time with his twin brothers Amari and Kingston who are in Pre K at ASCS. He has been very active in the school choir, drama club, chess club, business lunch club and the run club. He enjoys working at his church St. Elizabeth Catholic Church as a helper in the church programs. His favorite sports is basketball, in which he would like to play in the NBA one day. If he does not play in the NBA, then he plans to go to law school to major in Criminal law and Justice”. He enjoys family time together traveling and eating his favorite foods cheese pizza and garlic knots. His motto” Love your Family. I have enjoy teaching him Language Arts and History.

6th-Kennise Brown

Congratulations to Kennise on being February’s 6th grade Student of the Month!  Kennise works hard in all of her classes, and she is engaged and active in lessons and discussions.  She makes good decisions about her behavior, setting an example of Christ-like behavior for her peers.  In her actions, you can tell that she sincerely cares for other students as well as teachers.  When someone is upset, Kennise is always there to comfort him or her with kindness and empathy.  She gives love by writing inspirational messages on the whiteboard in her homeroom every day, and by singing beautifully in the choir.  Keep up the great work, Kennise!

7th-D’Avion Tucker

D’Avion Tucker is our seventh Grade Student of the Month because of the outstanding citizenship that he has shown both inside and outside of the classroom. New student to All Saints this year, D’Avion quickly adjusted to the expectations of being a safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered member of our community. D’Avion is always willing to look out for his friends in need, is polite and respectful to his teachers and his peers, and goes above and beyond when it comes to helping teachers with tasks around the classroom. The calm presence and simple joy he brings have been a wonderful addition to All Saints this year. We are blessed to have D’Avion here at ASCS!

8th -Harrison Lee

Harrison Lee is a student in the class of 2018! He has been at All Saints since 5th grade. He is a member of our All Saints Choir, Environmental Action Club and the varsity basketball team. Harrison has a winning personality and is well liked by students, faculty and staff. He is polite, respectful and reliable, always willing to lend a helping hand, especially with our younger students!  Congratulations Harrison!


Congratulations January 2018 Students of the Month

Pre-Kindergarten – Lillian Hackett

Lillian eagerly participates in class discussions.  She listens to and appreciates what others have to say as well.  If some are struggling to understand a concept, Lillian helps clarify the lesson for her classmates. She can be depended upon to run errands or help her classmates clean the room.  Lillian makes the most of the tasks assigned to her.  She acts responsibly by finishing her work. She even acts upon new ideas that go above and beyond the original expectations.  Lillian’s ability to act responsibly will ensure her academic and social success.  Keep up your diligence and enthusiasm, Lillian!

Kindergarten – Kennedy Morrissey

The student of the month for January in kindergarten is Kennedy Morrissey. Kennedy is a great example of a student who has worked hard consistently throughout the school year. She has also exemplified many of the core values we embrace at All Saints; she is kind to her peers and respectful of her teachers.  Kennedy is diligent in completing her work and loves to ask questions that take our lessons a step further.  She especially enjoys children’s engineering projects! I am so happy to have Kennedy as a part of our class and proud of her for her great work and persistence throughout the school year.

 1st – Sahyun Bey

Sahyun Bey is a very well-mannered and kind young lady.  Every morning she comes into the classroom with a smile on her face and an eager, ready-to-learn attitude.  She has such a positive disposition, and even when things might get a little tough, she doesn’t give up and keeps on trying.  Sahyun puts forth effort and works diligently in all aspects of her learning.  She makes responsible choices and treats others with respect and consideration. She can frequently be seen sharing during group time, listening to other classmates’ ideas, and offering thoughtful and respectful responses.  Sahyun tries very hard to work to her highest potential every day at school.

2nd– Eva Moyer

Eva Moyer is our second grade, “Student of the Month”! Eva actively participates in class discussions and willingly participates in activities. She is attentive and hardworking during math, reading and word study learning groups. Her enthusiasm for learning is evident by her contributions and progression. Eva shows love and concern for her classmates when they are hurt or upset exemplifying Christ centered behaviors in a caring way!  Eva is working hard to make good choices in difficult situations and we applaud her efforts. Eva has a warm hug to give every day! I am so proud of her and happy to be her teacher!

3rd  Henry Marshall

Henry Marshall is the third grade student of the month. Henry is new to All Saints this year, and although he was only recently introduced to our core values, he lives them every day. Henry is a stellar student who goes above and beyond to achieve his goals. He is constantly taking AR tests and finding new ways to challenge himself. He is responsible and kind both in the classroom and on the playground. Keep up the great work Henry!

 4th– Makayla Terry

Makayla is being recognized for her academic achievement as well as her good behavior in class. Makayla works hard each day in class to learn whatever it is we are studying. She also loves to help others and does not hesitate to share her knowledge with others. She is very helpful in class to both her teacher and peers from offering to help cleanup supplies to helping her peers who struggle in math or science.  Makayla fully participates in class each day, asking questions, giving thoughtful responses to questions, and participating in class discourse. She is a remarkable young woman who I am glad to have in my class. Makayla consistently demonstrates a Christ centered character, respect and responsibility.

5th Morgan Jaquez

Morgan Jaquez is our 5th grade, January, “Student of the Month”. She is recognized for her excellent academic work, strong contributions to the All Saints community, and positively, joyful personality.  Morgan is a consistently, high performing student, maintaining one of the highest averages in her classes. She won second place in the All Saints Spelling Bee and will serve as the ASCS alternate in the Diocese Spelling Bee competition. Congratulations Morgan!! Additionally, Morgan was a key member of the award winning Amazing Knights LEGO Robotics team this fall and is currently a strong contributor on our girls’ basketball team. We are proud of Morgan and all that she is accomplishing at All Saints!

6th – Maya Wingold

Maya comes to school with a smile on her face every day.  She is always upbeat with a positive attitude, even when things get tough.   Her kindness, respect for others, and politeness set an example of Christ-like behavior.  She works hard, both in class and on homework, and she’s always willing to take a risk and answer questions in class, even if she’s not sure whether she’s correct.  Maya has a beautiful singing voice which she uses to sing her heart out every week at Mass.  Congratulations on being the 6th grade Student of the Month for January!

7th – Xochitl Luis

Xochitl is being recognized for her active participation and consistent dedication to the All Saints school community. Recently, she represented All Saints as a gift bearer at the Installation Mass for Bishop Barry Knestout. Xochitl has become a leader in the All Saints choir, sharing the gift of her beautiful voice during school Masses and other celebrations. She regularly participates in community service, demonstrating what it means to lead by example in the footsteps of Christ. In the classroom, Xochitl is always willing to volunteer to share responses, ask, and answer questions for the good of her entire class. She is respectful at all times and truly shows safe, responsible, and respectful behavior as a Knight of All Saints. Her kindness is a model of Christ’s love, and we are proud of all she has accomplished. Congratulations, Xochitl!

8th- Analy Amado-Limon

Analy has been an active member of the All Saints community since she joined our school in the first grade.  This year, she is not only the SGA Secretary, but she is also in the Speak Up Club and the Choir.  Analy is a very hard-working student – when she sets her mind to something, she perseveres until she achieves it.  She is respectful and responsible, exemplifying the Christ-centered behaviors that we expect from All Saints students.  Congratulations, Analy, on being the 8th grade Student of the Month for January!

 


Congratulations December 2017 Students of the Month

Pre-K – Angel Carmona-Murillo

Angel is diligent in his quest for knowledge.  He eagerly participates in class discussions and he follows instructions well.   He works hard on his seatwork.  He is ready when the teacher calls the class to order. He shows respect by saying “yes” or “si” to his teachers.  Angel is a great friend to his peers. He plays nicely and helps them clean –up the toys. Angel knows when it is time to work and when it is time to play. He has demonstrated the will and the drive for success.  Great job, Angel!

K- Anaiah Broadnax

Anaiah shows great enthusiasm for learning and is always eager to participate in class.  She completes her work neatly and in a timely manner and always tries her best.  She recently had a speaking part in our Christmas play and did a great job rehearsing and delivering her lines on stage! Anaiah is respectful to others at All Saints, and is very caring toward her peers. She exhibits kindness to others on a daily basis. Great job Anaiah and keep up the good work!

1st – Geraldine Velazquez-Lara

Geraldine Velazquez-Lara is a remarkable young lady.  She is a responsible first grader, continuously demonstrating self-control and making good choices in the classroom.  She has a gentle and kind demeanor, and demonstrates respect and care for all of her classmates.  Gery is a leader both in and out of the classroom.  She is frequently seen helping others during group time, and is able to remind others of directions or what to do next.  Gery puts forth effort in all that she does, and she has a wonderfully giving nature and kind heart.

 2nd  Jaylen Jefferson

Jaylen Jefferson is quiet and courteous in class. He is kind to his friends. Jaylen is an attentive listener and a good friend. He is respectful and kind to all of his classmates! His Christ-centered behaviors are a testimony to the kindness and respect his classmates bestow upon him. He stays cool and calm in all situations. Jaylen volunteers to share in class. Although he took a time to warm-up to the idea of sharing this year, his thoughts are valued and we love hearing the things he chooses to share!  He is a beloved child in our class.

 3rd  Ty’Janae Mosley Jackson

Ty’Janae Mosley Jackson  is always on task and paying attention. Every day she exhibits our core values with her classmates, teachers, and other students. She maintains a positive attitude and is willing to help with any task. Her positive attitude is contagious. Keep up the great work, Ty’Janae!

4th Ni`layah Durham

Na’liyah is being recognized for her kindness and willingness to help others. Na’liyah is soft-spoken, but her actions speak loudly. She is new to All Saints this year and if you watch her interacting with her peers, you would think they have known each other for years. She notices when her friends are upset and tries to help them to feel better. Right now, she is serving as our classroom prayer leader and she is doing a great job with it. She works hard each day to be successful academically. She participates in discourse with her peers to push herself to continue getting better. Na’liyah consistently demonstrates Christ centered character, respect and responsibility.

5th Asa Finley

Asa Finley is being recognized as our 5th Grade Student of the Month for his consistent positive presence both inside and outside of the classroom. As a student, Asa is a curious learner always striving to do his best. He seeks to understand the material that he is learning. Outside of the classroom, Asa has served as a key member of both our flag football team and our JV basketball team already this year. However, his strong athletic abilities come second only to his willingness to work as a member of a team. His teamwork comes into play not only on the field or on the court but also in the classroom. We are blessed to have Asa on our All Saints team!

 6th – William Riley

This is Will’s first year at All Saints. He is a great addition to the All Saints family and our 6th grade class. Will is a very hard working and artistically creative student. He participates in class activities, discussions and school clubs.  Will loves photography and is an active member of the school’s Photography club.  His kind and caring personality makes him very likeable among his peers.  Teachers find him to be a very respectful, responsible and kind student with a very infectious smile!  Congratulations Will! Keep up the good work.

7th Carrington Jones

Carrington is new to All Saints this year, and we are thrilled that he is here.  Carrington is a hard-working, focused student who is never afraid to take risks in class.  He is motivated to learn, always asking questions to deepen his knowledge.  Carrington is very respectful to teachers and other students, and he always has a smile on his face.  Congratulations, Carrington! Keep up the great work and positive attitude.

 8th  Anthony Rodriquez

Anthony is being recognized for responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered behavior.  In describing himself, Anthony wrote, “I like to be at other peoples’ service and do things for the poor and needy.  I try my very hardest in school to achieve my goals.” He is patient and kind and always helps others in need.  Anthony sets an example for his peers by listening during instruction, completing work with attention to detail, following directions, and treating others with respect.  He comes to All Saints every day prepared and ready to learn.  Great job, Anthony, and congratulations on being December’s, eighth grade “Student of the Month”!


Congratulations November 2017 Students of the Month

pre-K – Skyler Sutton

Skyler is ready to answer questions in class.  She quietly raises her hand and keeps her eyes on the teacher when told to do so.  She is one of the leaders in her readiness to participate.  Skyler’s initiative to contribute to our lesson discussions helps to steer us all in the right direction.  Thank you Skyler for listening and learning.  Congratulations!  You are on the path to success!

K – Paulina Murillo

Paulina is such a wonderful role model for her peers and has therefore, been selected as the Kindergarten “Student of the Month”.  Paulina consistently accountable and displays responsible, honest, and Christ-centered behavior.  She is kind to her peers, a great listener and always follows directions.  She is an eager learner and loves sharing her knowledge with the other children; she enjoys learning her sight words the most and creating sentences with them! It has been such a pleasure having Paulina in my kindergarten class and I look forward to watching her grow even more as the year progresses.

1st Grade – Robyn Pitchford

Robyn Pitchford is a remarkably pleasant and kind first grade student.  She attentively listens in class and takes responsibility for her own learning.  Robyn puts forth tremendous effort in all that she does.  She is always willing to try and attempt her tasks, while never giving up.  She can be seen helping clean up the classroom, assisting classmates, and politely reminding others to make good choices.  Robyn treats all of her neighbors with respect and promotes a positive school spirit every day.

2nd Grade – Camille Briones Plascencia

Camille Briones Plascencia is a role model student. She comes to school each day ready to learn with respectful behaviors to her classmates and teachers. If you see her in the hallway, she is quiet and meeting hallway expectations. If you catch her in the classroom she is listening attentively to whomever the speaker is and she is working on all of her assignments and at stations with focus and determination. She sets a fantastic example for her peers by being a good listener and following instructions. Camille shows her commitment to Christ in reverent prayer and in her kindness to her classmates and friends. She has a heart of gold!

3rd Grade Teresa Sabas-Olea

Teresa Sabas-Olea is the third grade “Student of the Month”.  In addition to being an exemplary student, she is also a supportive and caring friend to her classmates. Teresa is on task at all times during the day, and she does her best to live by our core values. Keep up the great work Teresa!

4th Grade – Elisabeth Hutson

Lisee is recognized for her artistic contributions to our 4th grade class. Lisee is very talented! She can take an idea and transform it into a work of art. Lisee often shows her artistic abilities through religion and science projects. She is always willing to help others come up with picture ideas and will even volunteer to do the illustration part of a group project. Lisee has a love for soccer and enjoys spending time with her classmates running around and playing outside on the playground. Lisee consistently demonstrates Christ centered character, respect and responsibility.

5th Grade – Gabrielle Williams

Gabby is our 5th Grade “Student of the Month”! She has quickly become an integral part of the All Saints family. Gabby is an incredibly hard-working student, both inside the classroom and outside of the classroom. She always completes her homework, sometimes even in advance, and she frequently spends time studying for each of her classes each night, displaying strong study habits. Additionally, Gabby regularly volunteers to help teachers by running an errand or passing out papers. Most of all, teachers and students appreciate Gabby’s sweet and kind presence at school. Thank you Gabby for being such a safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered student!

6th Grade – Saul Martinez

Saul is a very polite, respectful, and helpful sixth grader who always has a smile on his face.  He never needs to be asked to hold the door for other students or teachers, even outdoors in freezing weather.  Saul is also very respectful of school property, helping to keep the classroom clean by picking up trash that others have dropped.  He gets along well with everyone, and exhibits Christ-centered behavior in all that he does.

7th Grade- Carter Strite

Every day, seventh grader Carter Strite models All Saints Catholic School’s expectations of safe, respectful, responsible and Christ-centered behaviors.  She works hard in all of classes, completing all work on time and to the best of her ability.  Carter is always kind and makes a partner when paired with others.  She has high expectations of herself and her peers, and shows great judgement and decision-making.  Congratulations Carter!

8th Grade- Sophia Candler

Sophia is recognized for her academic excellence and leadership in the classroom and in the All Saints community during the opening months of her eighth grade year. Sophia comes to class prepared everyday with assignments completed to the best of her ability and willingly provides responses to questions asked by her teachers. When others are in need of help, Sophia is also willing to take the time to explain challenging concepts or terms. She is not afraid to ask for help when work becomes difficult, as well. On her recent Lyrical Genius Project for Literature, she constructed a unique and original poem about finding a sense of purpose in her life. Sophia actively participates in the school community through activities such as choir and Speak-Up Club. She consistently demonstrates what it means to be a Knight, being safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered. Congratulations, Sophia!


Congratulations October 2017 Students of the Month

Natalie Godinez – Pre-Kindergarten

Natalie is cheerful and friendly every day.  She delights in having conversations with both her peers and her teachers.   She is kind and thoughtful.  One day a friend fell and hurt herself.  The following day, Natalie came to school with a card that she very carefully worked on and handed it to her friend.  Her loving manner is contagious.  In fact, another child in the class decided to do this kind deed as well.  Then, others in the class wished to do the same!  Thank you, Natalie, for helping to show us how to care.

Neil Binford – Kindergarten

Neil is nominated for student of the month as he displays the qualities of respect, responsibility, safety, and Chris-centered behavior in school on a daily basis.  Neil always tries his best no matter what subject is being taught, and he completes his work neatly and thoroughly.  He is a kind friend to others and a wonderful listener.  Neil loves to participate in class discussions and comes in engaged and eager to learn every day with a positive attitude.  He always gives his best effort, whether in the classroom or in other classes such as P.E. It is a pleasure to have Neil in my classroom this year and I look forward to seeing him grow even more as a learner and friend as the year continues!

Dylan Ellis – First Grade

Dylan is a remarkable young man.  While often soft spoken and quiet, he remains a strong and true leader in the first grade classroom.  He can often be seen helping a classmate up off the blacktop after a rough fall or volunteering to help clean up the contents of someone’s spilled supply box.  He even helps every day, without fail or even a reminder, to assist his teacher at recess by opening the outside gate to allow cars to pass through the parking lot.  Dylan strives to do his best each and every day, using kind words when speaking to teachers and classmates, all while using good manners and sharing his warm smile.  Great job Dylan!

Harry Brown – Second Grade

Harry is being recognized for respectful behavior, hard work, and a willingness to help others. He completes all of his class activities without reminder and sets a great example of on-task behaviors with his classmates.  Harry is an attentive listener and active participant in class discussions. While Harry can sometimes be quiet, he has great thoughts to share and has really grown in his writing!  Harry is a great example of being an ASCS Knight, as he consistently demonstrates compassion and Christ-centered behaviors whenever his peers and schoolmates at recess get hurt or have a problem. Harry is truly a role model student in our class.

Ana Sanchez – Third Grade

Ana consistently illustrates our core values through her positive attitude and hard work. She is always on task and following directions. Ana treats others with kindness and compassion every day. Her exemplary behavior makes her an ideal role model for her peers. Her hard work is really paying off so far in third grade! Keep up the hard work Ana!

Ky’Shaun Towles – Fourth Grade

Ky’Shaun is being recognized for his contribution to 4th grade math lessons. He comes to school each day ready to learn and he has a great love of numbers. He often shares his love of math with others and works with  those who are struggling to help them better understand a concept. He is able to articulate his solving process and show, with work, the strategies he used to solve the problems. Ky’Shaun has a way of helping others to see the fun in math and sometimes competes with other strong math students to help keep their skills sharp. Ky’Shaun consistently demonstrates Christ-centered character, respect and responsibility.

Lauren Ransome – Fifth Grade

Lauren is a bright, respectful and lovely new student in our 5th grade class. She is pleasant, helpful and can be counted on to complete assignments. Though new to All Saints, Lauren can be depended on to be safe, respectful and responsible! Keep up the good work!

Chayce Evans – Sixth Grade

Chayce is new to All Saints this year and we are so glad she joined us!  She s a kind and considerate person always willing to help anyone in need, whether it is a teacher or another student.  She listens in class and always does her best work and is cooperative when working with others.  She’s made a lot of new friends and has an interest in representing All Saints on the basketball team. Congratulations to Chayce!

Tiffany Lee – Seventh Grade

Tiffany is being recognized for respectful behavior, kindness, and a positive attitude.  She takes responsibility for her own learning by working hard and completing assignments every day.  She is always well-behaved at school, and she consistently treats her teachers and fellow students with kindness and respect.  Tiffany is a great example of the Christ-centered character we are looking for from our students at All Saints Catholic School.

Raine Haddad – Eighth Grade

Raine is being recognized for the consistent ways that he positively contributes to the All Saints community. During class, Raine can be found actively engaging in class discussions, helping his peers and his teachers, and pushing himself to try new things and understand new ideas. Outside of class, Raine is a key member of our championship-bound All Saints soccer team. His hard work and sportsmanship on the soccer field are both wonderful contributions to his team. We are proud of Raine and all of the ways that he continues to make the All Saints family more safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered.


Congratulations September 2017 Students of the Month!

Patrick Ellis – Pre-Kindergarten

Patrick’s manners are impeccable.  He looks at the teachers when they speak.  He asks for permission if he needs to bring something to his seat.  He quietly lets teachers know if he sees his classmates need help without disturbing the class.  He is friendly and respectful not only to his teachers but to his peers.  His smiles and hugs brighten the day. He plays when it is time to play and works when it is time to work.  He consistently follows the rules, thus, laying the foundation for success in school and in life.

Stephanie Barrera – Kindergarten

Stephanie displays good manners and listening skills every single day, whether it’s in class, the cafeteria, or during resource classes.  Stephanie completes her work to the best of her ability and is always a good friend to others.  She is a great role model for other friends in her classroom.  Stephanie only started learning English last year, but you wouldn’t know it as she is a great conversationalist!  We are proud of Stephanie for all of her good work and look forward to working with her at All Saints.

Roman Dorsey  – First Grade

Roman is very respectful to others, always using good manners and raising his hand to be called on during class discussions.  He has demonstrated safe hallway procedures, and has even helped several hurt friends on the blacktop during recess.  He speaks kindly to his classmates and teachers.  Roman consistently demonstrates his ability to make safe, respectful, and responsible choices in and out of the classroom.

Kiyah McBride – Second Grade

Kiyah is being recognized for her citizenship in the classroom. She demonstrates all of the values we take pride in at All Saints. She models respect for her peers when she is following directions and on task. She exhibits responsibility when she shows that she is great listener in class. She always contributes to class discussions and has such an insightful, sensitive point of view of the stories we share together. Kiyah models safety in our classroom by following procedures that keep everyone unharmed.  Kiyah is always sensitive to the feelings of others and testifies her faith singing joyfully during Mass and sharing her love of the Lord in class.

Haddie Marshall – Third Grade

Haddie is a new student to All Saints this year. Although she is just being introduced to our core values, she lives them every day. Haddie is often the first student ready for class and always has her hand in the air to answer. She is kind and respectful to her classmates and teachers. Whenever Haddie finds a free moment, she dives into a book! She is an excellent role model for her peers. Keep up the great work Haddie!

Corbin Matthews – Fourth Grade

Corbin is being recognized for his attentiveness to his classroom duties. Each day he comes to class prepared to help with whatever needs to be done in class whether that’s helping pass out hand sanitizer before lunch or helping pass out chrome books when one of the monitors is absent. Corbin never lets his job interfere with his class work and works hard each day to complete his assignments, participate in discussions and complete his homework. Often Corbin makes a plan ahead of time when there is a schedule change to make sure it doesn’t keep him from completing his job. Corbin consistently demonstrates Christ-centered character, respect and responsibility.

Jadira  Jones – Fifth Grade

Jadira is a welcome addition to this year’s fifth grade class. She is a bright, respectful and well-behaved young lady. Academically, she is very hard-working and can be counted on to complete and turn in assignments on time. Jadira is cooperative and helpful in class and has no hesitation when it comes to putting others first. Jadira is a member of the All Saints Choir and a new acolyte as well.  Welcome to All Saints Jadira. Continue to let your light shine!

Aidan  Candler – Sixth Grade

Aidan is being recognized for respectful behavior, hard work, and a willingness to help others. He completes all his homework, and he comes prepared to class every day.  He sets a good example for his peers by being a good listener and following instructions. During class, Aidan asks relevant questions to deepen his understanding of the material and to further the knowledge of his classmates. He is motivated and excited to learn, which is apparent in his active participation, his cheerful attitude, and his eagerness to partner with anyone in the class. Aidan consistently demonstrates Christ-centered character, respect and responsibility.

Brielle Telfair – Seventh Grade

Brielle is our 7th Grade Student of the Month for her consistently safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered behavior. Brielle consistently comes to class prepared and ready to learn. Not only is she a great student, but she is also a great classmate, working well in groups and helping her peers as needed. She also showed off her strong teamwork skills during our field trip to the Challenge Discovery ropes course as she cheered on her classmates throughout the entire course. Brielle’s talents extend beyond the classroom as she can often be found carrying around her ukulele. We are very lucky to have Brielle as part of our ASCS family!

Addison Grant – Eighth Grade

Addy is being recognized for her academic excellence and leadership in the classroom and throughout the All Saints community. She comes to class prepared everyday with her assignments and willingly provides responses and questions. When others are in need of help, Addy patiently explains challenging concepts or terms. She puts her best effort into every assignment and actively participates in the school community through activities such as choir, LEGO Robotics, and Speak-Up Club. Addy consistently demonstrates what it means to be a Knight, being safe, responsible, respectful, and Christ-centered.


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