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List of 2 news stories.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Community Project: Challenging Students to Make a Difference
Spirituality lies at the heart of the All Saints mission statement, which includes the development of “a sense of spirituality through social action and service.” Our philosophy statement mentions a number of related beliefs about what children need to develop fully into people who will make the world a better place. We believe:
Children need opportunities to grow intellectually, artistically, emotionally, physically and spiritually
Cooperation and teamwork are key elements for personal development
Children can make a difference by giving of themselves to others
Self-awareness is essential to understanding our connections to our neighbors and our world
Education should instill an appreciation of and responsibility for the earth and all living things
Children are best served when families and schools work in partnership with one another
Joining Heads in Speaking Out Against Gun Violence
This morning I added my name to a letter endorsed by a growing list of Heads of School in the Metropolitan area who are speaking out against gun violence. With so many Heads of School joining together around a single issue to have our voices heard, this historic letter implores our national leaders to exercise their power to enact laws and reforms that will address the rampant gun violence in our country.
The entire Middle School participated in the ninth annual Hat Show and Tea Party. This year, in celebration of the schoolwide arts initiative, the students’ artwork was inspired by surrealist artists such as Dali, Ernst, Frida Kahlo, Magritte, and many others. Fifth Grade students modeled hats and Sixth Graders walked the runway in costumes they created. Self-portraits by the Eight Grade class and tapestries designed by Seventh Grade students were on display, showcasing the immense talents of our students. In addition, members of the National Junior Art Honor Society constructed centerpieces for each table. Dance and music were also integral components with several student performances. Check out our video of this year's Hat Show & Tea Party!
All Saints Story Hour
All Saints is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a series of Story Hours in the month of March. All Saints Teachers will read stories and lead children in craft projects.
The Story Hours are free of charge and open to children age 2-5 years (and their parents/guardians). They will take place at our Clinton Street location from 9am – 10am on March 3, 10, 17, and 24. We ask that you RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a break from your Saturday routine and join us at the All Saints Story Hour!