Rigorous academics and social responsibility for children of all faiths.

Head of School Blog

List of 2 news stories.

  • A Night on the Town While Supporting Our School


    I am looking forward to seeing you on April 26 at our sold out(!) Spring Auction. The Auction Committee has worked hard to create an exciting and fun evening with our All Saints community…
     
    *We are in a new location this year, with great views of NYC and delicious food from Antique Bar & Bakery
    *Live guitar music by James Calleo
    *After Party DJ JP Lespinasse (an All Saints parent)!
    *Artist Ricardo Roig on hand selling his work with a portion of proceeds benefitting All Saints
    *Amazing new auction items: racing an America’s Cup, spa weekend in Greenwich, personal chef experience, socials, and so many more!
     
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  • Stewardship, Service and School Supplies

    This week we entered into our Spirituality theme of Stewardship and Service, which we continue through early May. During this time we are challenged to think about how our spiritual identities compel us to use our gifts and talents in service to others and the world. Events at school that highlight this theme include a variety of Earth-related projects and activities, as well as a school supply drive to benefit children at Amigo Guia, an afterschool program for underprivileged children in Sangolqui, Ecaudor that our Eighth Graders will visit as part of their student exchange program.
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All Saints Update

List of 2 news stories.

  • Shakespeare on the Big Screen

    Our Third Grade released Much Ado About Nothing: The Movie to wide acclaim! The culmination of this beloved milestone project highlighted the hard work the students put in to studying the works of Shakespeare and in creating the film. The students took the lead in acting, directing, and producing the movie. After the film’s premiere, the Third Graders hosted the annual Bard Bash, a Renaissance faire, in which they led guests through several games and activities. If you missed the film, you view two trailers (trailer one, trailer two).
  • World Premiere of The Hoboken Chicken Emergency, the Play!

    This year’s Spring Play was extra special. Students in First through Eighth Grade starred in the world premiere of The Hoboken Chicken Emergency. The play, based on Daniel Pinkwater’s book of the same name, was adapted for the stage by Kindergarten Teacher Kathy Ferman. Our entire school community was familiar with the story; it was read in each class this past winter during our annual Reading Olympics. The student actors were excited to bring the story to life on stage and share their talents with family and friends!


Events

List of 10 events.

  • Apr
    23

    Grade 8 to Finance Park

  • Apr
    23

    Standardized Testing for Grades K-2

  • Apr
    23

    Week of the Young Child

  • Apr
    23

    Grade 2 East to Hoboken Historical Museum

  • Apr
    23

    Grade 2 West to Hoboken Historical Museum

  • Apr
    24

    Grade 5 Poetry Workshop

  • Apr
    24

    Grade 1 Poetry Workshop

  • Apr
    24

    Grade 7 Poetry Workshop

  • Apr
    24

    Grade 6 East Poetry Workshop

  • Apr
    24

    Grade 8 Poetry Workshop

Monthly Live Calendar