Rigorous academics and social responsibility for children of all faiths.


Attention: Due to the inclement weather forecasted for Monday, January 23rd, all aftercare, enrichment, and sports activities have been canceled. We will continue to monitor the situation and update this site and send electronic notifications if there are any additional changes to our schedule.


Head of School Blog

List of 2 news stories.

  • New Year, New Tweet!

    As I walk through the halls of our wonderful school, whether with a guest or by myself, I often find myself thinking, “I wish parents could see this!” The idea of Twitter came up as a possible tool for providing a meaningful bridge into the many wonder-filled things that happen here each and every day. I’m inviting parents to follow me, @jsingletonASEDS.

    Some of the things I hope to share include announcements about our schoolwide events and initiatives such as Reading Olympics or our MLK Day of service; insightful thoughts and ideas shared by our students; pictures of students at work; or a beautiful piece of student artwork. My goal is to share a couple of short, spontaneous Tweets a couple of times each week.
    Follow me today, and feel the magic of All Saints!

    Comments? Thoughts? Ideas? I’d love to hear them! Email me: jsingleton@allsaintsdayschool.org
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  • The Parent-Teacher Conference Dance

    Parent-Teacher conferences are a special dance unto themselves. Successful conferences come about as a result of intentional choreography, sufficient preparation, and the ability to express oneself freely and gracefully.

    In an effort to support positive and effective conferences in the coming weeks, I asked teachers for advice to share with parents. “Be open and honest about what you have read,” offered Second Grade Teacher Ronnie Loving. “Remember that the teacher likes your child and is painting a picture about what they see at school in order to help everyone be on the same page.”
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All Saints Update

List of 3 news stories.

  • Keeping the Dream Alive at All Saints!

    Students, teachers and parents worked hard last Monday to keep Dr. Martin Luther King's dream alive by dedicating their time to a day of service. Now in its seventh year, this annual collaboration with Stevens Cooperative and the Mustard Seed School has provided a way for our community to give of its time and talent while being inspired by the late great Civil Rights leader.

    Accomplishments were impressive! The group made 197 bagged lunches for St. Matthew’s Lunchtime Ministry, packaged 234 bars of soap for the Hoboken Homeless Shelter, collected more than 150 pairs of socks for our street-dwelling neighbors, organized the kitchen and prepared lunch for guests at the shelter, created 21 portraits for orphan children in the Ukraine, created 15 cards and 10 stationary sets for immigrant detainees through First Friends of NY and NJ, and learned and performed songs with musical accompaniment for the closing ceremony. 
  • Reading Olympics Begins!

    Students were excited to return to school today after a long break and to launch the 2017 Reading Olympics. Each year students challenge themselves to earn a gold, silver, or bronze medal by reading requisite amounts of times in a variety of genres. Many students pride themselves on having earned a medal for every year they have been in the school - with Eighth Graders having the potential to have earned 11! The schoolwide theme for this year's Reading Olympics is an all-time favorite - Dr. Seuss.
  • Sock Drive Underway to Help the Homeless

    Each year All Saints conducts some kind of drive leading up to our Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. This year we are collecting socks for guests at the Hoboken Homeless Shelter. On their feet all day and without access to intact footwear, individuals who are homeless can go through a lot of socks. We all know how cold we feel when our feet are wet. Please do what you can to help make a difference in the lives of our neighbors. Socks can be dropped off at either building between now and January 16th. 


Events

List of 10 events.

  • Jan
    23

    ERB Standardized Testing for Grades 3-8

  • Jan
    25

    Second Grade to Literature Play

  • Jan
    25

    B-Ball 7/8 vs. Hoboken Middle School Bulls

  • Jan
    26

    Seventh Grade HS Placement Information Session

  • Jan
    26

    B-Ball 5/6 vs. Hoboken Charter 5

  • Jan
    28

    B-Ball Small Fry 3 vs. Elysian Charter Green 3

  • Jan
    28

    B-Ball Small Fry 4 vs. Elysian Charter 4

  • Jan
    30

    First Grade West Open Dance and Art Day

  • Feb
    1

    Re-enrollment contracts sent home

  • Feb
    1

    1-East Open Science Morning

Monthly Live Calendar