All Saints Episcopal School - September 23, 2014
We congratulate nineteen of our 8th Grade students who were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society last Monday night. These students have met all of the requirements for scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The evening included an inspirational message given by our guest speaker, District Attorney Cory Crenshaw, followed by a lovely reception provided by the NJHS officers' parents. All Saints is proud of these young scholars!
Mondays during chapel our 1st-8th Grade students get the opportunity to experience a more contemporary service including praise music and potentially a video for the chapel talk. Mrs. Clark began our year talking to the students about how one person can make a difference in this world. Following up with that "one person can make a difference" concept, our students watched the first in a series of videos called Bystander Revolution on Monday in chapel. Please click on the link below and watch this very powerful video clip on showing kindness and putting an end to bullying in our world, one bystander at a time.
Bystander Revolution | What Can One Person Do To Help?
International Dot Day was a HUGE success at All Saints. Students decorated dots of art, calculated dot math, wrote creative dot stories, played dot games, and found iPad apps to enhance their dots, among other lessons. Come visit the Gathering Area anytime this week to see Dots On Display, and click on the link below to watch our a first Annual International Dot Day celebration come to life.