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All Saints Episcopal School - October 12, 2015


The Lion King is HERE! And the place to be this Thursday, Friday or Saturday night (Oct. 15-17) is the All Saints Assembly Hall at 4108 Delaware Street, which apparently is only SLIGHTLY off Broadway from the looks of this show! Tickets are on sale now in the front office - $8/Student; $12/Adult. Get your tickets soon - this FABULOUS show only has three performances with limited seating!!! Be prepared to be STUNNED! AMAZED! BAMBOOZLED! And MUSTAFA-ED! Click on the link below to order a DVD of the production so you can watch it OVER, and OVER, and OVER again!!!! You will want to. It's THAT great!

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Did you notice anything strange hanging around carpool today? The Googly-eyed, Book Fair, Monster Moms have struck again! Googly-eyed, furry creatures are beginning to appear all over campus, getting us VERY EXCITED about the upcoming 2015 MONSTER BOOK FAIR, October 26-30th. Remember, charge account permission forms are due NO LATER than this Friday, October 16th. Make your life easy, help your child set a spending limit, and turn in the form as soon as possible. For all things pertaining to the MONSTER BOOK FAIR, visit our website ( or click on the link below to access forms, dates of events, information about the guest author, and more!


Students, faculty, board members and guests enjoyed our second Holy Eucharist together last week with the All Saints family. We are particularly thankful for our 3rd Grade students who blessed us with a beautiful song during the offertory. Thank you 3rd Grade students! And thank you to all of our parents, friends and guests who were able to join us!
3rd Grade Singers - Holy Communion Oct. 8, 2015


All Saints Episcopal School is the perfect blend of leading edge technology and 21st Century teaching methodologies, coupled with the long-standing traditions which encapsulate the experiences students need in order for them to grow and be successful in all areas of their life. In other words... Did you know All Saints offers an elective class in Middle School called HOME ECONOMICS??? It sounds pretty "old school" but is actually a highly relevant curriculum, which the students have requested, in order to be able to create, cook, and power-drill their way through Pinterest and DIY inspired projects. The class primarily focuses on cooking and sewing. Some of their culinary accomplishments include homemade pizza, biscuits, hummus and soon to be tackled this week... pumpkin cobbler! Students just completed hand embroidered pillows with a quilt strip border. Holiday treats and hand sewn boxer shorts are scheduled for later in the semester. If these talented young ladies start taking orders for handmade gifts and goodies, this could turn into the Young Entrepreneurs Class!