Students in grades 3-8 will receive a First Honor acknowledgment at each trimester for earning a "3.65" in all academic classes, and/or all behavior-marking areas, and/or in all effort marking areas.
Students in grade 3-8 will receive a Second Honor acknoledgment at each semester for earning a "3.25" in all academic classes, and/or in all behavior-marking areas and/or effort marking areas.
Students and faculty at All Saints Catholic School have the opportunity to make Mass attendance and spiritual development their first priority.
Mass two times a week (Wednesdays, Fridays and Holy Days)
Parents are strongly encouraged to join us at any Mass service
Students will also have the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation throughout the year.
All School Masses will be held on any holy day when the students are in attendance.
During the month of May, our students honor Mary, the Mother of God, through a crowning ceremony.
The students proceed from St. Frances Cabrini Church to St. Joseph Church. During this time, students pray the Rosary.
The May Crowning Queen is elected from among the eighth grade girls. The teacher and administration give nominees to the Pastor for a final decision.
Students at All Saints Catholic School will learn, over the course of their K-8 attendance, traditional Catholic prayers and informal petition prayers.
The location of our
special events approved by the All Saints Catholic School Board, spring 2001 (places subject to change based on availability):
Graduation - St. Frances Cabrini
Confirmation - St. Joseph
1st Communion - St. Peter
Reconciliation - St. Frances Cabrini