PSIA Elementary State Champions

The elementary division consisted of grades 1st-5th grade.  With 3 State Champions, 5 medals, and 11 top 6 places, a total of 90.5 points, the All Saints Patriots earned the 2017 Texas PSIA Elementary State Championship team.  

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All Saints High School swept past 68 other private schools to be presented the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools’ (TAPPS) highest honor, the coveted Henderson Championship Cup.

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All Saints HS girls 2nd in the 4X400 relay at the TAPPS State Track Meet. @LoneStarVarsity @pchristy11 @AllSaintsPride pic.twitter.com/YCUNSIZ8s2

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Dr. Mitchell Jones joined the junior class today for their final discussion of Truman Capote's In Cold Blood. Jones was the examining psychiatrist for Smith and Hickock and was an expert witness at the trial. It was a fascinating morning. Thanks, Dr. Jones! #asespride #historycomesalive #incoldblood ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. Mitchell Jones joined the junior class today for their final discussion of Truman Capotes In Cold Blood. Jones was the examining psychiatrist for Smith and Hickock and was an expert witness at the trial. It was a fascinating morning. Thanks, Dr. Jones! #asespride #historycomesalive #incoldblood

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The All Saints Lower School won the State Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA ) academic contest on May 6 while the All Saints Middle School placed third in the state championships.

Two state academic championship trophies were presented Monday morning to 36 All Saints Episcopal School lower and middle school students by the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA ) State Executive Director. PSIA is a Texas statewide organization that sponsors academic and fine arts competition in 18 events for students in grades 1-8

Dr. Pat Walters, the Executive Director of the Texas state PSIA, presented the Elementary School Division State Championship trophy to the All Saints Lower School for their first place finish at the state PSIA contest on May 6 at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. The Lower School team earned three state championships, five medals, and 11 top six places to earn total of 90.5 points, which placed the team in first place. Austin’s Kirby Hall School finished in second place while Austin’s Austin Peace Academy came in third.

All Saints Middle School received the third place state championship trophy after earning four medals and nine Top Six finishers to earn 80 overall points. Austin’s Kirby Hall School won the championship followed by Richwood’s Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic School.

To qualify to compete in the state PSIA contest, students must place in the top three of their events at the Regional Meet. All Saints had 36 students qualify for the state contest in 54 academic events. All Saints hosted the Regional Meet on February 25.

ALL SAINTS CONTESTANTS:

Sixth Grade
Abigail Barritt Maps, Graphs, & Charts
Campbell Howe Ready Writing
Chloe Conover Ready Writing
Scott Sanford Dictionary Skills
Spelling
Science – 2nd place (silver medal)
Tanusha Nath Vocabulary
Spelling
Number Sense
Mathematics – 4th place

Seventh Grade
Ashby Whitaker Listening Skills
Avery Wisniewski Science
Grant Cannon Science
Kevin Beasley Mathematics
Number Sense – 5th place
Layla Alalawi On-Site Drawing – 1st place (gold
medal) State Champion

Eighth Grade
Alex Bilodeau Number Sense
Andrew McClure Science
Ash Bumstead Mathematics
George Lipe On-Site Drawing – 4th place
Laura Carothers On-Site Drawing
Noura Malki Ready Writing
Sebastian Whitaker Dictionary Skills
Vocabulary
Listening Skills – 2nd place (silver
medal)
Yash Mittal Mathematics – 5th place
Science – 5th place
Number Sense – 3rd place (bronze
medal)

First Grade
Anna Belle Needham Storytelling – 1st place (gold medal) State Champion

Second Grade
Breanna Simons Creative Writing
Jacob Moss Storytelling

Third Grade
Anna Lipe Spelling – 5th place
Nate Bumstead Music Memory – 1st place (gold medal) State Champion
Octavio Cervera Mathematics
Reya Felton Spelling

Fourth Grade
Calista Conklin Prose Interpretation
Ethan Min Mathematics
Hanna Harvey Maps, Graphs, & Charts
Jess Gaines Ready Writing
Mathematics
Number Sense – 6th place
Spelling – 4th place
Noah Garcia Number Sense
Reese Wolfe Maps, Graphs, & Charts

Fifth Grade
Brooke Payne Listening Skills – 5th place
Prose Interpretation – 2nd place (silver
medal)
Jeye Johnson Listening Skills – 3rd place (bronze medal)
Kennedy Franklin Mathematics
Number Sense
Olivia Needham Impromptu Speaking (7 & 8th)
Prose Interpretation 1st place (gold Medal)
State Champion
Rohan Felton Mathematics – 4th place
Number Sense – 4th place
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The All Saints Lower School won the State Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA ) academic contest on May 6 while the All Saints Middle School placed third in the state championships.

Two state academic championship trophies were presented Monday morning to 36 All Saints Episcopal School lower and middle school students by the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA ) State Executive Director.  PSIA is a Texas statewide organization that sponsors academic and fine arts competition in 18 events for students in grades 1-8

Dr. Pat Walters, the Executive Director of the Texas state PSIA, presented the Elementary School Division State Championship trophy to the All Saints Lower School for their first place finish at the state PSIA contest on May 6 at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.  The Lower School team earned three state championships, five medals, and 11 top six places to earn total of 90.5 points, which placed the team in first place.  Austin’s Kirby Hall School finished in second place while Austin’s Austin Peace Academy came in third.

All Saints Middle School received the third place state championship trophy after earning four medals and nine Top Six finishers to earn 80 overall points.  Austin’s Kirby Hall School won the championship followed by Richwood’s Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic School.

To qualify to compete in the state PSIA contest, students must place in the top three of their events at the Regional Meet.  All Saints had 36 students qualify for the state contest in 54 academic events.  All Saints hosted the Regional Meet on February 25.

ALL SAINTS CONTESTANTS:

Sixth Grade
Abigail Barritt Maps, Graphs, & Charts
Campbell Howe Ready Writing
Chloe Conover Ready Writing
Scott Sanford Dictionary Skills
          Spelling
         Science – 2nd place (silver medal) 
Tanusha Nath  Vocabulary
         Spelling
         Number Sense
         Mathematics – 4th place

Seventh Grade
Ashby Whitaker Listening Skills
Avery Wisniewski Science
Grant Cannon  Science
Kevin Beasley  Mathematics
                 Number Sense – 5th place 
Layla Alalawi         On-Site Drawing – 1st place (gold 
                                          medal) State Champion

Eighth Grade
Alex Bilodeau         Number Sense
Andrew McClure Science
Ash Bumstead  Mathematics
George Lipe          On-Site Drawing – 4th place 
Laura Carothers  On-Site Drawing
Noura Malki          Ready Writing
Sebastian Whitaker         Dictionary Skills
                 Vocabulary
                 Listening Skills – 2nd place (silver 
                                                medal) 
Yash Mittal         Mathematics – 5th place 
                Science – 5th place 
                Number Sense – 3rd place (bronze 
                                            medal) 

First Grade 
Anna Belle Needham  Storytelling – 1st place (gold medal) State Champion 

Second Grade
Breanna Simons Creative Writing
Jacob Moss          Storytelling

Third Grade
Anna Lipe          Spelling – 5th place 
Nate Bumstead  Music Memory – 1st place (gold medal) State Champion 
Octavio Cervera  Mathematics
Reya Felton          Spelling

Fourth Grade
Calista Conklin  Prose Interpretation
Ethan Min          Mathematics
Hanna Harvey  Maps, Graphs, & Charts 
Jess Gaines         Ready Writing
                 Mathematics 
                Number Sense – 6th place 
                Spelling – 4th place 
Noah Garcia         Number Sense
Reese Wolfe         Maps, Graphs, & Charts

Fifth Grade
Brooke Payne  Listening Skills – 5th place 
                 Prose Interpretation – 2nd place (silver 
                                                medal) 
Jeye Johnson  Listening Skills – 3rd place (bronze medal) 
Kennedy Franklin  Mathematics
         Number Sense
Olivia Needham  Impromptu Speaking (7 & 8th)
         Prose Interpretation 1st place (gold Medal) 
                                        State Champion 
Rohan Felton  Mathematics – 4th place 
         Number Sense – 4th place

All Saints Episcopal School added 3 new photos.

The All Saints third grade theatre class performed a Reader's Theatre today about rescue dogs and their work finding people during 9/11 for second grade. Officer Cook brought Enzo, his K9 partner, to demonstrate the smelling abilities of rescue and police dogs. The students asked lots of great questions.
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The All Saints third grade theatre class performed a Readers Theatre today about rescue dogs and their work finding people during 9/11 for second grade. Officer Cook brought Enzo, his K9 partner, to demonstrate the smelling abilities of rescue and police dogs. The students asked lots of great questions.

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