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Guest Blog: Calling All Golfers!
Please join us for the 7th annual Swing Fore the Schools on Thursday, June 8th at Crystal Springs Resort. The golf outing, Hudson County’s biggest, brings together the larger Hoboken community in the support of our children. The proceeds All Saints receives from the event benefit the school’s scholarship program.
“Oh I wish the wind was blowing,” remarked a young boy no more than seven as he walked by our new student-created kinetic sculptures on the fence at 707 Washington Street. And with that he made his best attempt at getting the 3’x3’ sculptures made out of plastic bottles, bottle caps, aluminum cans and other recycled materials to move by the power of his own supply of personal “wind.”
When the sculptures were hung on Friday, the wind was in full force and all of the art pieces were dancing and moving in accordance with the design-thinking of the Sixth Grade students who created them under the guidance of Artist in Residence Ben Pranger. This 11-week STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) workshop used nature as inspiration for the beautiful works of art that were created.
Looking for an engaging program for your child this summer? Check out the camps offered at All Saints - there’s something for everyone! All camps run Monday – Friday and offer options for Before and After Care. Click here to register today!
In June, children can participate in up to two weeks of Day Camp, where they will enjoy learning about Europe and South America through cooking, crafts and games. The half day program for Early Childhood children will be treated to visits from Guitar Bob and Gym on Wheels. Elementary and Middle School students enrolled in the full-day camp will take trips to Tomahawk Lake.
Students in Grades 1-8 may enroll in STEM Camp, a unique modular program that offers campers with guided activities to learn robotics, circuits, coding, engineering, design 3-D printing, and so much more! It is an exciting week of exploration, innovation and creativity.
Art Camp, open to students in Grades 1-7, is a studio-based experience combining observation and imagination to help each student enhance their skills and to raise their artistic voice! The camp will include demonstrations, drawing, painting, and sculpture. Famous artists and their techniques will be introduced as well.
Bold Arts offers its unique Dance Camp at All Saints in July and August for students entering Pre-K – Grade 6.
For more information or to register for an All Saint summer camp, click here.
All Saints Participates in Model UN
Recently, 13 of our Middle School students joined 200 students from the greater New York Metropolitan area to participate in the Junior Academy Model United Nations (JAMUN). The one-day conference was designed for middle schoolers to further their skills in public speaking, communication, and collaboration.
All Saints students served as delegates of Botswana, Uganda, Hungary, Korea, and Canada. They represented their countries in General Assembly committees, Economic and Social Council committees, and the African Union, during which they explored a topic pertaining to the theme "Bringing the World Together."
Art Showcase at City Hall
Students in Kindergarten through Fourth Grade at All Saints are excited to have their works exhibited at Hoboken City Hall. The exhibit opened on May 8 and a formal reception will be held on May 19. This is the first time All Saints has been featured in an art showcase at City Hall.
The exhibition is on display and open to the public in the front lobby of Hoboken City Hall. Stop by now through May 22 to view the prints, drawings, paintings, collages, and ceramics created by our talented students!