I serve All Saints because All Saints serves me! - Tim Brewer, Current Parent
The All Saints Parent Association (ASPA) promotes parent involvement in our school through several enriching and exciting projects.
The All Saints Parent Association (ASPA) is hosting five special events this year: Family Bingo Night, Family Movie Night, the Book Fair, “A Night Under the Stars,” and the Carnival. In addition to attending these events, there are many opportunities for parents to participate. Offering to lend your assistance to any of these events is a great way to meet fellow parents and immediately feel a part of this wonderful school community. Parents, grandparents and other family members generously share time and talent using a wide variety of skills and fitting any schedule. Volunteering is a meaningful way to support the school, meet new friends and show students how committed adults are to their educational success.
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Here you will find everything your student needs to get ready for the first day of school! Each parent will want to drop by and pick up students’ class placements, check out new uniform styles and sizes, create online lunch accounts, purchase used uniforms, join the All Saints Parent Association, get newly designed carpool signs, and more! Volunteers are needed to help with all aspects of this exciting day!
Come gather with other All Saints families for a free movie in the Assembly Hall. This will be a kid-friendly classic that all ages will enjoy. Children will be entertained by fun activities and kid-friendly snacks.
All Saints is blessed with incredible families willing to always reach out to our newest members of our community. Throughout the year, family ambassadors serve as support for our new families to answer any questions they may have about the school. The New Family Reception is an opportunity for those ambassadors to welcome our newest folks to All Saints.
Join fellow All Saints families in a fun-filled evening for all ages. Family Bingo Night will be a wonderful way to meet others in our community and forge friendships for the year ahead. Non-Bingo playing children will have fun activities planned in the Dining Hall!
Every year the ASPA holds a week-long Book Fair on campus, which promotes a love of reading and supports the library. The entire school community may come to the fair and purchase books. It is a week filled with exciting events to encourage reading as a lifelong interest. Parent volunteers work throughout the fair and also help set up and take down.
Every February we host a special day for Grandparents and Special Friends to join our students at All Saints. This is a truly special event that allows our children to showcase their work to their guests. Volunteers are needed to help with the reception.
“A Sapphire Shindig” Celebrating 65 Years of All Saints Episcopal School
The Parent Association will host a casual party on Friday, February 21 at The Laurels just for parents and friends of All Saints, complete with delicious food, live music, and live and silent auction items. Volunteers are needed to help secure auction items, decorate, and promote the event. Funds raised by Sapphire Shindig will benefit the school.
The annual spring Carnival is a much-loved event for all of our families to enjoy. At the Carnival you will find rides and activities for all ages, great food, music, and a few surprises each year. Smiles and laughter mark this event, and the day is one our entire student body looks forward to with much excitement. Volunteers assist with the coordination of activities, events, set up and take down.
We are blessed with a beautiful campus, and our volunteers assist with weeding and planting flowerbeds and pots around our campus.Contact the chair if you would like to offer any green thumb assistance.
Our Spirit Shoppe is located on campus and provides families with an opportunity to purchase used uniforms, sweatshirts, t-shirts and other school approved items. Volunteers help sell merchandise. Fridays, 7:45-9:00am.
All Saints Episcopal School is a community dedicated to academic excellence in a secure and supportive Christian environment.
An All Saints education is rich in opportunities for students to explore a variety of activities and pursue their interests and passions. Whether participating in an academic competition, performing on stage, learning another language, or taking part in one of the school's nine athletic teams, students are able to try new experiences and discover their talents and interests.