December 4, 2016


Ready for the Holidays? Singing carols and enjoying the lights around town? 
Whether already in the spirit or needing a nudge to kick off the season, we've got just the thing!

Alumni, JOIN US for TWO SPECIAL EVENTS in your honor!

Celebrate the season with us, and your fellow alumni, at t he annual Christmas Chapel on 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 at 10:00am in the gym! 

Keep the party going afterwards in the library and enjoy cookies and cider with fellow alumni and teachers.



Join us for 
delicious appetizers and refreshments on 

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm 

at Baja Cantina for the second annual ALUMNI CHRISTMAS PARTY! 

It was so much fun last year, you don't want to miss it :-)



Looking forward to welcoming you back on campus, and to celebrating the season with you at Baja Cantina!

Kristin Templeman
ktempleman@asds.org

PS - If you are an alum parent, you might have a more up-to-date email address for your alum; it would be wonderful if you would forward this invitation to them.

ALUMNI NEWS
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Thank you to everybody who came and supported another fabulous All Saints' Performing Arts production. This year's Much Ado about Nothing featured over 50 Middle School students performing, dancing, singing, and putting on one heck of a show.
CAMERON BUTTS REID '96
All Saints' get together down under!
Cameron ran into our 2nd grader Andrew Boyce '24 at the  Australian International Three Day Event (Aus3DE), Australia's premier equestrian competition and the triathlon of horse sport held in the Adelaide East parklands. Andrew was cheering on his sister who was competing! 
DR. AZIZ GAZIPURA '96
Aziz is a clinical psychologist and one of the world's leading experts on social confidence. In 2011, Dr. Aziz started The Center For Social Confidence, which is dedicated to helping everyone break through their shyness and social anxiety. 
He has just published his latest book Not Nice: Stop People Pleasing, Staying Silent, & Feeling Guilty... And Start Speaking Up, Saying No, Asking Boldly, And Unapologetically Being Yourself, available on amazon.com.  Here is the link.
Congratulations!
CAMERAN '96 & KELSEY MCCALLISTER '94
Cameran McCallister Davis and her sister Kelsey McCallister Whitmer came to visit campus with their families. 

Cameran's daughters Dylan and Hadley loved finding their mom's painted tile out front!
SPENCER BUDDEN '06
After graduating Baylor University with a double major in International Business and Management Information Systems, Spencer worked 2 years for Protiviti in the Financial District of Houston. He trained and studied for the USMC Officer Candidate School and was accepted into their program at Quantico, VA and graduated in August.
He was commissioned as an Officer, Second LT in the USMC on August 12. He continues training for his operational specialty at Marine Base Quantico, VA and will deploy to his first Duty Station in April 2018. 
Congratulations, Spencer!
ELIZABETH CLARK '07
Allen School doctoral student, Elizabeth and her team of students and faculty from the University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering and the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering just won Amazon's inaugural Alexa Prize!
This year's competition focused on the challenge of building a socialbot that can speak compellingly with humans on popular topics for 20 minutes.
Their team developed Sounding Board, a conversational agent designed to provide engaging and informative conversation and to transform how people interact with everyday devices in their homes. They took home the $500,000 first prize, which will be shared among the students. Wow, great job, Elizabeth! We are so proud!
Elizabeth is pictured second from the right. 
Click here for more information about the competition as well as details about their project Sounding Board.
GRANT HEWITT '08
After getting his degree from the University of Oregon, Grant graduated from the US Army Field Artillery Officer's Course. He then completed  Army Ranger's School and just graduated from Pathfinder School receiving the designation of Honor Graduate with the highest score in his class. Pathfinder School trained Grant to establish and operate a helicopter landing zone, parachute drop zones, and how to provide navigational assistance to airborne operations.  
Way to go, Grant! 
  
We are incredibly proud of our Alumni!
Please keep me posted--adventures, new jobs, marriages, vacations, and everything else--I'd love to hear from you and then share your exciting news with the All Saints' community!  We truly love to hear from you!