Students of the Month
Congratulations November 2017 Students of the Month
You can see students’ photos and profiles on the front bulletin board in the school.
PK- 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.
Congratulations May 2017 Students of the Month!
Zion Shines – Pre-kindergarten
Zion has an intrinsic interest in animals all over the world. He has kept this interest throughout the whole school year. He can name various kinds of sharks and other sea creatures that are not heard about often. Students, Zion is a great example to you! Learn more and more about subjects that interest you! Making good grades is great, but exploring subjects that you are passionate about is even more wonderful! Zion, thank you for sharing your curiosity and zeal for knowledge with us!
Sahyun Bey– Kindergarten
Sahyun is a happy, bright, young lady that comes to school ready to learn. She takes her school work seriously and always takes pride in each assignment. She is always willing to be a helper and will do her job correctly. Sahyun follows directions for her work and will help others if needed.
Helen Hernandez – First Grade
Helen is a very responsible and reserved first grader who always tries hard to do her best. She uses kind words when speaking to others and is always ready to lend a helping hand. She is honest and respectful on a daily basis. She takes a lot of pride in her work and shows effort to be a quiet leader.
Ty’Janae Jackson – Second Grade
Ty’Janae works hard in class each day. She is positive even if something seems difficult at first. She then continues to work until she gets it. She is motivated and always willing to help others. Ty’Janae treats her teachers and peers with kindness and respect. Her positive attitude lifts our classroom spirit. Ty’Janae has been a joy to work with this year.
Darrell Vaughan – Third Grade
Darrell is eager to participate and always has his hand in the air especially during science class. His wonderful sense of humor makes his classmates smile each and every day. Darrell has a great attitude and remains positive in all situations. Keep up the good work Darrell!
Jose Martinez-Banda – Fourth Grade
Jose is a great kid. He likes to hunt with his father and he knows a lot about animals. He is a jokester and all around good guy. He works hard and is also very kind. Jose and I often have conversations in Spanish that are very funny about chili and cheesecake. I’m glad he is a part of our fourth grade family.
Campbell Best – Fifth Grade
Campbell is an outstanding student in the House of Saint Joan of Arc. Joining our family two years ago, she has been on Honor Roll throughout this school year. She enjoys being involved in several activities such as playing the ukulele, riding her bike, playing lacrosse, cooking for her family, reading, learning new things and entertaining her little sister, Page, who is also a student at All Saints. Campbell is well liked by her peers and teachers. She is a model of being safe, respectful and responsible to others.
Tiffany Lee – Sixth Grade
Tiffany is a wonderful example of an All Saints Knight. She is kind, caring, compassionate, and funny. Always willing to lend a helping hand and bright smile, Tiffany exemplifies a student who is safe, respectful, and responsible. She has made outstanding efforts academically and is seeing lots of success in classes during the fourth quarter. The middle school team is so glad Tiffany joined the Class of 2019. She is a ray of sunshine!
Analy Amado-Limon- Seventh Grade
Analy is our 7th Grade Student of the Month for the many gifts that she brings daily to All Saints Catholic School. Academically, the middle school team has watched Analy grow and challenge herself this year. She is a diligent student that is dedicated to her studies and is always looking for ways to improve upon herself as a student. Aside from academics, Analy is a bright, shinning face to have in class. She brings joy to her teachers and her classmates through her personality, laughter, and smile. She has gotten involved in various activities, such as the Speak Up Club and the middle school girls basketball team. Congratulations to Analy for being such a safe, responsible, and respectful student!
Ryan Herrell – Eighth Grade
As he approaches the final weeks of his eighth grade year at All Saints Catholic School, Ryan has continued to set a powerful example for his peers and classmates. In the classroom, Ryan is attentive and respectful to all of his teachers and classmates. He regularly earns high marks in his classes, performing well on tests, quizzes and projects. A keen listener with a calm presence, Ryan lets you know from the moment you begin speaking that what you have to say is important. Additionally, Ryan works well with his peers on assignments and offers to provide help when needed. He also routinely earns all of his HABITS points, demonstrating what it means to be safe, respectful,
and responsible. Congratulations Ryan and best of luck in your new adventures in high school!