What’s Happening at All Saints’

 


Final Year for Head of School Cindy La Porte


The 2017-18 school year marks the end of an era here at All Saints’. After 18 years of dedicated service, and receiving highest honors with the National Association of Episcopal Schools Ruth Jenkins Award, this will be Ms. La Porte’s final year as All Saints’ Head of School. Please read further about Cindy’s award here

Stay tuned for more information as we honor her throughout the year.

 

 


2017 Fundraising Trivia Party – April 20


All Saints’ invites you to the 2017 Fundraising Party, “KNOWTORIOUS”, at J. Black’s for a night of trivia, games, prizes, a live auction, and more. Come on out, see old friends, meet new ones, have a great time and support All Saints’!

Click HERE for the 2017 Fundraising Party Website.

 

 


New “Early Learners” Class Starting Fall 2017


All Saints’ is excited to announce the addition of the Early Learners class beginning with the 2017-2018 School year. The Early Learners class will be a 2-day/week class for 2-year olds.

• Students must be 2 years of age by September 1st

• Classes meet Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:45 to 1:45

• 1:4 teacher to student ratio

• Before School Care beginning at 7:45 for an additional cost

• After School Care ending as late at 5:30 for an additional cost

Contact Cindy La Porte by email at cindy@allsaintseds.org or by phone 512.472.8866 for more details. Spaces are VERY limited.

 

 


Head for the Cure 5k / Kids Run – March 19


8:00 AM – Camp Mabry

All Saints’ families are registering to run and walk the Head for the Cure 5k together as a school community, and everyone is invited to come out to help support cancer research. The race is a 5k on a closed course through Camp Mabry, and there is a 100-yard dash for younger children. So grab the kids, the stroller, the dog, and your All Saints’ shirts and come join the fun!

Click HERE to register.

 

 


Thanksgiving Feast at All Saints’!


CLICK HERE to see photos.

 

 


Christmas Stockings for Loaves & Fishes


All Saints’ parents graciously volunteered their mornings this week to help make Christmas stockings for the children of families served by the All Saints’ Loaves & Fishes program. As part of the School’s community service program, each stocking will be filled with $25 dollars worth of treats to make this year’s Christmas a little more special.

CLICK HERE to see photos.

 

 

Music With Me – November 16-17


Come listen and join in with all the wonderful music All Saints’ students have been learning at Music With Me. Check Teacher emails for the specific date and time for each class.

 

 

Be A Parent Ambassador


The Parent Ambassador Program is officially underway, and All Saints’ can’t wait to see the effect our parents have to help promote the School! The commitment is as minimal or large as you would like, we just need our wonderful community members to spread the love they have for our Teachers, Programs, and special School.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the program and what you can do to get involved.

 

 

Fire Station Field Trip


After learning about community helpers, All Saints’ students took a short trip to the local fire station to see how firefighters use their tools and resources to protect and help our community.

CLICK HERE to see a few photos from the School trip.

 

 


Fall Fest 2016


This year’s fall festival was a wonderful chance for All Saints’ families to gather as a School community to welcome the new school year. The weather was spectacular, and thanks to help from parent volunteers, ASAP, and many others, it was a great opportunity for kids and adults to enjoy being on campus together. The tattoo booth, face painting, and the giant slide were hits as usual, along with great food by P. Terry’s and theme gift bags donated for the prize walk. Thanks to everyone for attending and helping make it a success.

CLICK HERE to see a few photos from the event.