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All Saints Hosts Story Hours
Story Hour is back! Children will enjoy a story & craft project led by All Saints Teachers (and leave with a special All Saints teddy bear!). Story Hour is free and open to children 2-5 years old (accompanied by a parent/guardian).
Join us at our Clinton Street location on the following Saturdays at 9am: October 5, 19, 26 & November 2. RSVP here.
All Saints Students Continue Commitment to the Environment
Students in Grades 7 and 8 recently visited the Atlantic Coast Fibers Recycling Center to learn about the recycling process. Incorporated into our new lunch program and as a result of the city’s dual-stream recycling initiative, All Saints students are learning to better sort their recyclables, thereby reducing landfill waste.
This field trip also served as a resource for our Eighth Grade students who are working on a design challenge to tackle plastic pollution, a competition run by NatGeo.
A representative from the city of Hoboken joined the students on the trip, reinforcing our long-standing partnership to protect the environment and our community. The Grade 7 students were the most recent class to advocate the city to ban single-use plastic bags, which went into effect earlier this year.