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All Saints Episcopal School - April 28, 2015

COMMUNITY

The All Saints 2015 Carnival: The Main Event, has been rescheduled for the final time. Please join us this Thursday, April 30th from 1-5PM for a fabulous, "third time's a charm," event on campus! PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO READ THE EMAIL SENT FROM SCOOTIE CLARK REGARDING DETAILS ABOUT THE CARNIVAL. Because of the time change for this year's Carnival, we are in need of adult volunteers from 1-3:30PM. PLEASE CONSIDER VOLUNTEERING YOUR TIME and click on the link to sign up for a shift. THANK YOU!!!!!


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Middle School One Act Play

On Thursday, April 23rd our talented Middle School students, under the direction of Drama Director Ramona Young, presented their One-Act Play. The production was one night only and it was a "singular sensation!" Click on the Smilebox below for photos and music of this spectacular performance!

Alumni Picnic and Reunion

The All Saints Class of 2011 joined us last Thursday evening for a wonderful picnic and sharing of memories! Each member in attendance received an All Saints Alumni cap and enjoyed visiting with past teachers and members of administration. We are so proud of our graduating seniors and pray for them as they embark on the next leg of their educational journey!
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OPEN HOUSE, ART SHOW, AND CONSTRUCTION KICK-OFF

The portables are coming! The portables are coming! Join us Monday, May 4th beginning at 5:00PM to learn about the plan for these buildings and all the other details about the construction happening around our campus this summer. Dinner for the evening is ON US! After the unveiling of the construction plan and groundbreaking ceremony, including a musical performance from our 3rd-5th Grade students, families are encouraged to visit classrooms and peruse the Art Show. It is going to be another wonderful occasion during this 60th Anniversary year at All Saints!
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SUMMER EXPLORERS

Want some air-conditioned, supervised, educationally enriching, socially engaging activities for your children in June? Sign up for SUMMER EXPLORERS today! Limited space is available in each class section. Click on the link below for a Summer Explorers reservation form and directory of camps offered. ALL ARE WELCOME! You don't have to be a student at All Saints to join in on the fun. Have cousins in town? Public school neighbors? Church friends? Invite them all - the more the merrier at SUMMER EXPLORERS!

SPIRITUALITY

This past Friday during chapel we celebrated our educational partnership with Baptist Hospital by recognizing the volunteers who have provided "virtue of the month" chapel talks. Baptist Hospital has also provided wellness checks and flu shots for the faculty and staff, as well as provided items needed by our school nurse. We are grateful to Baptist Hospital in Beaumont!
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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Our 8th Grade class and chaperones departed for Washington D.C. early on Monday morning. They will spend the entire week visiting memorials and other historical sites. We pray for them daily in chapel that they may have a week filled with meaningful educational opportunities, bonding fellowship experiences, and safe travels! Here are some photos received up until now. What a BUSY group enjoying FABULOUS weather!!!! Also, click on the video link below the photos to view our students laying the wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. All Saints was honored with the opportunity to take part in this profound ritual. Our 8th Graders wrote essays about why they should be chosen to participate. Essays were blindly graded and four students were chosen: Sean Ally, Hannah Clarke, Lilly Cook, and David Parmer. Congratulations to these four students and our entire 8th Grade class for their stellar behavior and conduct, making us very proud back home!
Wreath at Tomb of Unknown Soldier