May 2018 
As the year winds down, school academics and activities kick into high gear! But among all the testing, final projects and last lessons, teachers sprinkle in some FUN.

Carnival & Alumni Tailgate
Current families, alumni and neighbors gathered for the annual Spring Carnival the first weekend of May. Families enjoyed bounce house & slide, climbing wall, mechanical bull, games, silent auction, baked sale, food tents and more. This event is "all hands on deck" for parents and staff to create a great day for everyone.


Spring Field Trips
Students take several field trips in the spring i ncluding visits to theaters , museums (including two  in Washington D.C.), a farm and the botanical gardens. A highlight for the middle school is an overnight field trip with the James River Association.  


Talent Show, Spring Drama, and 
Art & STEM Show
Students also have  opportunities to showcase their presentation skills at the school's Talent Show or the Spring Drama  ("The Tortoise and the Hare; Take T wo, This Time It's Personal"). All students participate in providing work for the annual Art & STEM Showcase and many act as docents or make live performances. 
 
For more news about All Saints Happenings visit www.allsaintsric.org

Thank you!

You are invited - 
Mass & May Crowning

Thursday, May 17
10:30 am
All Saints Catholic School - 3418 Noble Ave.

Please feel free to bring a flower for the altar.


All welcome!
8th Graders Prepare for High School
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All Saint's graduating class of 2018 has been accepted to the following high schools:


Blessed Sacrament Catholic High School
Code RVA Regional High School
Fork Union Military Academy
Franklin Military Academy
Hermitage High School
Henrico High, Schools of the Arts
Maggie L. Walker Governor's School for Government & International Studies
Monacan High School
New Kent High School
Open High School
Thomas Jefferson High, International Baccalaureate Program
Thomas Dale High School
Richmond Community High School
Thomas Jefferson High School
Tucker High, Advance College Academy
Varina High, Communications and Media Relations Specialty

 Congrats to our graduates! 
All Saints is proud to provide four courses for high school credit, helping our students stay competitive with other applicants. All Saints continues to have a 100% high school graduation rate with the high majority of students going on to college.
All Saints seeks applicants for Pre-K, K & 1st

A ll Saints' Early Education offers:
  • Experienced teachers and aides
  • Language Arts & phonics-based word study
  • Leveled reading and mathematics groups
  • Hands-on STEM projects including a school garden
  • Weekly specials in Spanish, Technology, Music, P.E., Art, and Library with certified teachers
  • Daily religion class, weekly Mass and monthly Community Service
  • Regular field trips
  • Structured After-School Program until 6 pm
  • Average class size of 18-22 students with aide
  • Classroom technology including Chromebooks, iPads, interactive whiteboard
Share this flyer with potential applicants - thank you!
Call to schedule a tour: 804 329-7524 or visit www.allsaintsric.org
A planned gift is yet another way to express a commitment to the mission of All Saints. This is an opportunity to sustain a cause, in perpetuity.
 
Through a charitable bequest in your will or living trust, you can ensure that All Saints will keep its doors open to qualified students whose families cannot afford the full cost of a private Catholic education. Once you have provided for loved ones in your will, you may want to include a gift of money, stock or property to the school.
 
Your gift will be a lasting tribute to your passion for Catholic education while guaranteeing All Saints' long-term future. This thoughtful act, which has little or no current financial impact on you, may result in the largest and most lasting one-time gift you ever make to the school.
 
Anyone can make a bequest; wealth is not a factor . The average bequest in the U.S. is $35,000. PASSION is the leading factor in making a legacy gift.

If you have the PASSION, please consider joining the All Saints Catholic School Legacy Society.  Contact Alyssa McBride, 804 329-7524 x 108 amcbride@allsaintsric.org

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