• A Letter from Our Head of School
  • Homecoming 2022 – September 23
  • Lauren Bayouth Earns DAR Award


  • Calendar of Events
  • School Pictures – Next Week
  • Dine Out Night


  • Annual Fund Donors 2021-22
  • State Employee Charitable Campaign
  • Grandparents and Special Friends Day
  • Fall Festival
  • Volunteer Opportunities



  • New Carpet in PLC


  • LS Grade Level Nights


  • Division Head Update
  • Virtual Academic Challenge Meet
  • Coaches Corner


  • Top Scores Earned on 2022 AP Exams
  • Coaches Corner

A Letter from Our Head of School

All Saints Families,

Thank you to everyone: students, faculty, staff and parents for a great start to our school year.  It has been fast and furious, and we are just beginning what we anticipate to be another successful, fun and exciting year at All Saints. 

Summer break is one of the busiest times for school administrators as it provides time to really dig in and evaluate all of our programs and protocols.  We review the year and look for areas of improvement in all of our academic offerings, extracurricular activities, daily school life, logistics,  operations and the list goes on. School security and the safety of our students, faculty, staff and families are at the top of our list every summer.  When we left for summer break last May we were all saddened by the events at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde which undoubtedly created an extra sense of urgency for schools to evaluate and improve school safety.

We are elated to share with all in our community that recently we received a tremendous financial gift from current All Saints grandparents, Reverend Pat and Bill Russell, that will allow us to improve campus safety by installing a protective layer to all of the glass doors and windows on the ground-floor and all of the accessible second story glass doors and windows at our school.  The protective coating will prohibit shattering and deter the opportunity for anyone to gain unauthorized entry into the school by breaking or shooting out the glass.  This was a project that had been evaluated in the past but was financially out of reach.  The project was presented to the Board of Trustees in our August meeting and discussions ensued on how we could finance the project. Following Rev. Pat’s attendance at the meeting, she and Bill communicated to me that they felt strongly about the project and wanted to donate the necessary funds. Plans are underway to install the protective glass film in the next few weeks. Please join me in expressing appreciation to the Russells. Throughout the long history of All Saints, this family has always been a pillar of support and we are so appreciative and humbled by their generosity and care for our community.

We have also enhanced safety by adding an electronic entry into the main entrance of the school. Waiting a brief moment to be “buzzed” into the front office is a small price to pay for helping lessen the chance of unauthorized entry by anyone.  Our faculty and staff recently engaged in multiple presentations by the Lubbock Police Department (LPD) on active-shooter training and in-depth instruction on our Standard Response Protocol (SRP) during our week of professional development prior to the start of school.  We have also improved and increased SRP education for students by

taking extra time these first few weeks of school to teach and practice our school safety procedures.  Our focus with the students has been on the “why” we take time to learn. The faculty and staff along with the assistance of our outstanding group of LPD Safety Resource Officers (SRO) have done an admirable job of teaching students without creating an environment of fear or uncertainty.  Our goal is to provide safety education while maintaining a positive classroom environment and a strong sense of community.

The events over the past few years involving tragic situations in schools are certainly not something we would have ever imagined we would live with on a daily basis.  At All Saints, we will continue to move forward and be vigilant in our efforts to constantly prepare, evaluate and improve safety.  We are all fortunate to be here supported by the Board of Trustees and incredibly generous people like Pat and Bill Russell who are all committed to the safety of our entire community.  Keeping our school safe is a shared responsibility, and I thank everyone for their commitment.

With Patriot Pride,

Robert Brashear        

Homecoming 2022

*All Patriot families are invited to attend the Parade, Pep Rally and Volleyball games!


An All Saints student has been recently recognized by the Nancy Anderson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Senior Lauren Bayouth was awarded the DAR 2023 Good Citizen of the Year Award and will receive a scholarship. The Award is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. It recognizes and rewards high school seniors who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities

“From the time I arrived at the high school, I could see Ms. Bayouth’s character was second to none. She is most deserving of this award and is a model All Saints Student,” High School Division Head Colin Madding said. “We are proud of her for this achievement and all of her accomplishments.”

Bayouth is very active on and off campus.  She is a member of the All Saints volleyball, girls basketball, and track teams as well as serves as a National Honor Society officer.  Outside of school she volunteers with the National Charity League and plays on club volleyball and basketball teams.

She is a recipient of the Head of School Honor Roll throughout her high school years as well as receiving TAPPS Academic All State Awards and TAPPS Athletic Awards for basketball, track, and volleyball, which includes being listed on the TAPPS All State Team for volleyball. She has been recognized locally by Lone Star Athlete and Athlete of the Week as being one of the most outstanding volleyball and basketball players on the South Plains.

Bayouth is undecided about where she wants to attend college, but she is sure she wants to major in kinesiology with plans to attend graduate school to earn a Physical Therapy doctorate.

She began All Saints 15 years ago in Preschool. Her parents are Dr. Charles Bayouth, and Debbie and Kyle Jones. Siblings Jacob, Joseph, and Katie Bayouth are All Saints alumni.  She has two step-siblings, Karlee and Karson Jones.

“Lauren Bayouth is quite simply one of the most outstanding young ladies that I have worked with in 42 years of education” High School Counselor Gwen Belk said. “Her impeccable character, her strong work ethic and her winning personality are what makes Lauren special.”


Thursday, Sept 8

8:30am:  Lower School MAP Assessment Grade K-4
8:30am:  Middle School MAP Assessment
4:00pm:  HS Tennis vs Denver City
5:00pm:  MS 7th Grade Volleyball vs Lubbock Christian
6:00pm:  MS 8th Grade Volleyball vs Lubbock Christian

Friday, Sept. 9 

MS Volleyball All Saints Tournament
8:00am:  All School Chapel
8:30am:  Lower School MAP Assessment 2-4
8:30am:  Middle School MAP Assessment
12:00pm:  Booster Club Meeting

Saturday, Sept. 10

MS Volleyball All Saints Tournament
8:00am:  HS & MS Cross Country @ Chap Invite
9:30am:  HS Tennis @ Vernon
11:00am:  HS Volleyball @ Shallowater

Monday, Sept. 12

Blue 9:00am:  All School Fire Drill
5:30pm: Kindergarten, PreFirst and First Grade Parent Meeting 6:30pm: Second Grade Parent Meeting  

Tuesday, Sept. 13

4:00pm:  HS Tennis vs Shallowater
5:00pm:  HS JV Volleyball @ Denver City
5:30pm:  Middle School Parent Night
6:00pm:  HS Volleyball @ Denver City

Wednesday, Sept 14

DRESS UNIFORM | Yearbook/Class Pictures (See more information below) 📷
8:00am:  Parent Group Meeting

Thursday, Sept 15

5:00pm:  MS 7th Grade Volleyball @ St. Andrews
6:00pm:  MS 8th Grade Volleyball @ St. Andrews

Friday, Sept 16

8:00am:  All School Chapel
9:00am:  2nd Grade Field Trip to Safety City🚲 

Saturday, Sept 17

9:00am:  HS Tennis @ Midland
12:00pm:  HS JV Volleyball vs Plains
1:00pm:  HS Volleyball vs Plains

Sunday, Sept 18

2:00pm:   Cheer Camp (Pre 1st-4th grade)

Monday, Sept 19

HOCO Spirit Week Hawaiian Dress Day ☀
4:00pm:  HS Tennis @ Lamesa
4:30pm:  MS 7th Grade Volleyball @ Southcrest
5:30pm:  MS 8th Grade Volleyball @ Southcrest
5:30pm:  Third and Fourth Grade Parent Meeting
6:30pm:  MS 8th Grade Volleyball @ Southcrest

Tuesday, Sept 20

HOCO Spirit Week Western Day 🤠 Red 3-9:00pm: Dine Out Fundraiser at Howdy Homemade Ice Cream (See more Information below) 🍨 5:00pm: HS JV Volleyball @ Kingdom Prep 6:00pm: HS Volleyball @ Kingdom Prep

Wednesday, Sept 21

HOCO Spirit Week Jersey Day🏅
TBD: All Squad Cheer Practice
Board Meeting

Thursday, Sept 22

HOCO Spirit Week Patriot Day ❤
4:00pm: MS Football vs Kingdom Prep
5:00pm: MS 7th Grade Volleyball vs St. Andrews
6:00pm: MS 8th Grade Volleyball vs St. Andrew’s

Friday, Sept 23

HOCO Spirit Week Top Gun Call Sign Shirt Day ✈
8:00am:  All School Chapel
1:30pm:  Homecoming Parade 🎈
2:15pm:  Homecoming Pep Rally📣
5:00pm:  HS JV Volleyball vs Christ the King 🏐
6:00pm:  HS Volleyball vs Christ the King🏐

Saturday, Sept 24

HS & MS Cross Country @ Plainview Invite

Monday, Sept 26

8th Grade Mo Ranch Trip
4:00pm: HS Tennis @ Seminole

Tuesday, Sept 27

Eighth Grade Mo Ranch Trip
5:00pm:  HS JV Volleyball @ Ascension
6:00pm:  HS Volleyball @ Ascension

Wednesday, Sept 28

Eighth Grade Mo Ranch Trip
3:45pm: Faculty Meeting

Thursday, Sept 29

Eighth Grade Mo Ranch Trip
4:00pm:  MS 7th Grade Volleyball vs. Southcrest
5:00pm:  MS 8th Grade Volleyball vs Southcrest
6:00pm:  MS 8th Grade Volleyball vs Southcrest
6:30pm:  National Honor Society Induction Ceremony


Friday, Sept 30

8:00am:  All School Chapel
5:00pm:  HS JV Volleyball vs Southcrest
6:00pm:  HS Volleyball vs Southcrest

For a more detailed view of each day, please click the calendar icon at the top of the page or click here:



Thank You to our 2021-22 Annual Fund Donors

Thank you to our donors who helped All Saints raise over $250,000 for the Annual Fund last year!  Our community continues to show a strong commitment to our mission and our students by participating in this important effort.  Every student benefits!
The 2022-23 campaign is underway and we’re offering a new and easy option for giving.  This QR code can be scanned to link donors to a giving site that’s quick and convenient.  

Quorum of Excellence $15,000 and more

Stephanie and Kirk Rogers
Heather and William Skinner

Laureate Circle $10,000- $14,999

Krista and Matt Bumstead
Ali and Shawn Johnson
Pat and Bill Russell
Jason Wischmeyer

Headmaster’s Circle $5,000-$9,999

Jeanine and Ray Brown
Ann and Frank Bumstead
Michele and Randy Hickle
Paula and Charles Key
Dayna and Zach McCutchin
Rebecca and Michael Moss
Phebe Ellis-Roach and Shawn Roach
Brandy and Todd Rose
Rushing Family Foundation
Judy and Obie Stalcup
DeLynn and Karl Wardlow
Lola and Tom Windisch

Leadership Circle $2,500-$4,999

Patty and Mark D’Alise
Diekemper Family Foundation
Michelle and Brent Fuller
Caroline and Jason Janes
Jessica and Dustin Miller
Jamie and Jeff Owen
Lauren and Justin Pinkston
Suzanne Stephens

Saints $1000-$2499

Joan Baker
Pat and Joe Brimberry
Diane and James Burke
Keelee and Ben Burkholder
Charlotte and Larry Burt
Michael Carper, Sr.
Virginia Cate
Tammy Edmonson
Suzanne and Chuck Evans
Michelle and Brent Fuller
Shannon and Ken Geihsler
Mike and Keetha Gresham
Beverly and Randy Henson
Virginia and John David Jones
Becky and David Kerby
Charlene and Terry Key
Heather and Clark Mooty
Jeni and Matt Nichols
Kathy and Barry Orr
Dee and Ralph Paone
Beth and Rob Schmid and Family
Robert Snell
Diana and Chris St. Clair
Judy and Frank Thompson
Bethany and Wes Tolley
Eleanor “Terry” von Ende
Cami and Matthew Wade
Linda and Paul Walter
Sally Walton
Kim and David Wilkerson

Patriots $500-$999

Catherine Anderson
Christina and Robert Barritt
Kelly and Steve Beasley
Gwen and Paul Belk
Lou Ann and Pieter Bergstein
Jennifer and Robert Brashear
David Chapman
Nancy and Delbert Cooper
Vanessa Costilla
Kanak Das
Ashley and Lance Donaldson
Priya and Harvinder Gill
Savita and Gurdev Gill
Rhonda and Matthew Grisham
Andrea and Jorge Hernandez
Melissa and Anthony Hernandez
Marie and David Johnson
Betsy and Robert Jones
Patty Jones
Don Kinder
Christie Liu
Brenda Martinez
Elizabeth and Mike Massengale
Kathy and Scott Mayer
Susannah and Clay Mercer
Marty and LeRoy Montoya
Cheryl and Greg Nichols
Abby and Brian Quinn
Tenenbaum Jewelers
Celeste and Mark Thompson
Valerie and Tim Tucker
Margaret and Burgess Wade

Friends up to $499

Amarillo National Bank
Emily and Richard Aycock
Darrell Baldwin
Sharon and Mike Bennett
Annie Bray-Cox
Lisa Britton
Bethany Brown
Sally and James Brown
Kathleen and Eric Burrell
Cami and Tom Callahan
Candace Cameron
Penny and Clint Carpenter
City Bank
Darlene and Wayne Collins
Debbie Copenhaver
Evelyn and Leo Cutcliff
Dorothy and Glenn Davis
Misty Deeds
Beth Dennis
Haley Dickerson
Janet Dorrington
Marianna Goebel Duncan
Melissa Durham
Berkeley Farthing
Aurora Farthing
Mary and Don Franks
Lily and Ricky Garza
Mia Garza
Koby Gentry
Janeen Holmes Gilliam
Connie and Dan Glenn
Celine Godard
Becky Gonzales
Julie Goodloe
Katelyn Graham
Karen Gretzler
Michelle Guerra
Jamie Habib
Billy Don Hampton
Sharon Heinrich
Valerie Herrera
Olive Hester
Dawndi and Martin Higgins
Riley Higgins
Brenda and Tom Higley
Bonnie and Andrew Hill
Lisa and Bobby Hiracheta
Alicia Holligan
Amy Hunter
Brenda and Russell Hutcheson
Christy and Greg Hutchinson
Diana and Mario Jimenez
Sara and JJ Johnson
Dino Jones
Tish and Joe Keller
Amy and Brad King
Natalea Kirkland
Michelle Kirkpatrick

Friends up to $499

Beth Kitchens
Emma, Ellie and LuLu Lane
Owen Lowry
Joni Loyd
Colin Madding
Debbie and Steve Maines
Janet Martin
Susan and Jim McCutchin
Lily McKay
Madeline McKay
Mary Ann and Joe McKay
Paige and Mike McKay
Terry McMahon
Dana McNeice
Kimberly Mercer
Kerre Messer
Megan Moreno
Jenel and Victor Munoz
Sally Murray
Lyudmyla Nesterenko
Kathy Oaks
Brendell and Paul O’Briant
Kimberly Mills-Oller
Sunni and John Osborne
Loretta and Mike Owen
Ashlee Owens
Divya Parvatiyar
Todd Pearson
Camilo Pena
Donna Pitcock
Kara and Tim Polk
Shawndi and Bob A.Ricks
Susan and Floyd Ridenhour
Angela and Stan Robertson
Kelly Robinson
Lisa and Randy Rozean
Pam and Matt Ryan
Abby and Chris Scioli
Rachel and Robert Scranton
Mary and Thomas Shanahan
Susan and David Simek
Candice and Kyle Simons
Irma and Phil Sizer
Kaylee and Skyler Smith
Kevin Smith
Shelly Smith
Shane Strawbridge
Kristen Strefling
GraceAnn Streit
John-Gamble Streit
Ashley Sturgeon
Kimberli and Brett Swett
Cindy and Rick Taylor
Vicki and Bill Teakell
Swetha Gadwala and Jeffrey Thomas
Carole Thornton
Maurine and Robert Tobin
Ashley Troutman
Jane Tustin
Surendra and Kamlesh Varma
Holly and Jeff Vinson
Melodie Voigt
Jill White
Leann and Dann Wigner
Brooke Witcher


What is the SECC?  A charitable giving campaign within the State workplace


When does the campaign take place?  September 1 – October 31


Can I contribute to All Saints through SECC?  Yes!  If you would like to contribute to All Saints by participating  in the 2022 SECC campaign, we are an approved charity.  We welcome SECC donations and recognize them as a part of the All Saints Annual Fund.

Grandparents and Special Friends Day

This special school tradition is an annual event that provides the opportunity for our students to share their All Saints experiences with grandparents, other relatives, or special family friends. 

Please mark your calendar and plan to attend!  

2022 Fall Festival - October 28

We are excited to kick off our annual Fall Festival on October 28th from 5:30-8:30! The All Saints Parent Group organizes and oversees the event, which is the largest Parent Group fundraiser of the year. We are so excited to continue this beloved tradition! We would be grateful for your support through financial assistance, fellowship and service. To support the event financially there are two forms that can be completed either through a corporate or family donation. If you would like to participate, please complete the forms with your donation and email to The deadline for corporate donations to be included on the treat bag is September 15th. All Fall Festival orders receive a bag with tickets and/or wristbands. The deadline for the t-shirt order form is September 16th. Fall Festival t-shirts can be worn on any spirit shirt Friday!

Fall Festival Tshirt Orders Due September 16

Fall Festival Sponsorship Opportunities

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are an important part of making All Saints a wonderful learning environment for our children. Please click on the link to indicate how you would like to be involved with the different opportunities that are available.

Friday Snacks are a way to bless our teachers and staff by providing them with a delicious breakfast, treat or snack each Friday. Please click on the link to sign up.

Join the Booster Club

The new year is here and we are off to a great start. As you know, our teams, which include Volleyball, Tennis, Football, Cross Country, Powerlifting, Basketball, Track and Field, Golf and Swimming, rely heavily on our Booster Club to raise funds and support the athletes. The Booster Club pays for things like team meals, hotels, referees, transportation, and just this year we added additional weight lifting equipment for all athletes to use when working out, and a new multipurpose trailer just to name a few. The support we give our athletes is amazing! 
With that said, we have had many families that have led the way over the years, and we are very thankful for the foundation that was built for the Booster Club, but the truth is, we need more help this year. 
If you are interested in becoming a part of the Booster Club, whether in a larger role or maybe you are someone that can help at different times throughout the year, please join us for a meeting next Friday, the 9th of September at Noon, in the High School gym. We will go over what it means to be a part of the All Saints Booster Club, and how you can be a part of something great for your athlete. 

Nurses Notes - COVID Procedures 2022-23 School Year

Student Procedures
If a parent or guardian believes their child has been exposed to COVID or is exhibiting symptoms, testing is encouraged. Close contact is defined as less than six feet for a 15-minute or longer exposure to someone who is COVID-19 positive.
If your child tested positive for COVID-19, please complete the COVID Reporting Form and notify your child’s Division Head via email.
Students who are suspected of having COVID-19 must meet the following conditions to return to school:

  • For children with symptoms, at least five days have passed since symptom onset and they must be fever free with improved symptoms.
  • Children who test positive for COVID-19 but do not have symptoms must stay home until at least five days after the day they were tested.
  • Day 0 is the date of a positive test.

 Wearing a mask for an additional 5 days is highly encouraged per CDC and local health department guidelines.
Staff Procedures
If an employee believes they have been exposed to COVID-19 or are exhibiting symptoms, testing is encouraged. Close contact is defined as less than six feet for a 15-minute or longer exposure to someone who is COVID-19 positive.
Complete the COVID Reporting Form and notify the Health Coordinator at if you test positive for COVID or have been diagnosed with COVID.
Please notify your Division Head/Supervisor in addition to the Health Coordinator.
Returning to work:

  • An employee who has a positive COVID-19 test will need to isolate for at least five days. Employees who are fever free for 24 hours and have improving symptoms may return to work on day six.
  • Day 0 is the day of the positive test.

Wearing a mask for an additional 5 days is Highly encouraged per CDC and local health department guidelines.



Our PLC Students spend a lot of time on the carpet... circle time, nap time, and fun time!
New Carpet for the Patriot Learning Center is the Perfect Addition!
It's fun for everyone!
Our Pre-Kindergarten students enjoyed time watching the rain come down!



Virtual Academic Challenge Meets

All Saints Episcopal School students in grades 4-8 once again have the opportunity to participate in the Virtual Challenge Meets academic competition. Very similar to PSIA (Private School Interscholastic Association), VCM requires no travel as all competition is held at school under the guidance of All Saints teachers.

There are three months of competition: September, October, and November. Students may compete in one, two, or all three meets, and in as many of these events as they choose (depending on grade level):

Calculator (4-8)
Dictionary Skills (5-8)
Listening Skills (5-8)
Maps, Graphs, & Charts (5-8)
Mathematics (4-8)
Number Sense (4-8)
Science (4-8)
Social Studies (5-8)

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Dr. Glenn Davis at

MAP Assessments - This Week

Middle School Fall MAP assessments began today and will be conducted through Friday (September 7-9).  Students must have their iPads at school because the assessments are conducted online.  We will have an adjusted schedule that will include 100 minutes for MAP setup and testing.  Students will still go to their regular classes on these days.

MS Parent Night - September 13

The middle school is hosting a parent night on Tuesday, September 13 beginning at 5:30. Parents will get to meet teachers and learn about what their children will study. We will start in Jones Gym before moving to classrooms.

Patriots Learn Responsibility

Our Sixth Grade students are responsible for raising and lowering the flag each day. The job serves two purposes: to make sure people who drive by will see the school's love of country and to teach the students about patriotism and flag etiquette..

MS Coaches Corner

Cross Country
Middle School Cross Country is off to a great start. We ran our first meet on August 27th at Lubbock Christian University.

Our Middle School girls placed seventh overall. They were led by Rebecca Richmond and Kayci Cave whose relay team placed 13th.  With Londyn Burkholder and Zoey Scranton in 27th Place.  Other strong showings included Ellery Lowe and Aaryn Jae Ross in 42nd place, Sophia Scioli and Presley Scolaro in 48th place and Amelia Anderson and Kenedee Valdez took 51st place.

Our MS Boys had a team finish of 3rd place.

Sonne Galvan and Alex Lopez lead the boy’s team with a 7th place finish.  Jake Wischmeyer and Knox Rushing ran well and finished 21st with Jaden Fuller and Gurvir Gill finishing 42nd and the team composed of West Osborne and Raphael Codding placed 43rd overall.

The MS cross country team will be back in action this weekend at Lubbock Christian University again.  


Middle School Football is off and running. The Patriots fell short in the first contest of the season but showed signs of improvement as the game progressed. With two weeks before our next game, we have plenty of time to build on that improvement. The players are working hard and would love for everyone to come and see our first home game of the season on September 22 against Kingdom Prep. 


Middle School volleyball is off to a great start. The enthusiasm and excitement of the girls is contagious.  Both Seventh and Eighth Grade teams have already played four matches and their skills improve with every game. We have the home court advantage this week with Lubbock Christian here on Thursday, September 8 and All Saints will be hosting a Seventh and Eighth Grade volleyball tournament this weekend. We would love to see a huge showing of fans to cheer on the girls. This is going to be an amazing season. 


High School Coaches Corner

High School Cross Country

Our High School cross country team opened up their season with the Rust Buster Relays at Lubbock Christian University.

The HS boys relay team of Lee Taylor and Diego Cervera placed 2nd overall.  Due to the mass confusion at the finish line, we were not able to obtain team results.

Senior Lee Taylor traveled to San Antonio last weekend to represent All Saints at the FEAST Patriot  5A/6A large school race where he had a 5K personal best with a time of 15.33. 

Congratulations to all of our runners on a great start to the season. The team will be back at Lubbock Christian this weekend.  

High School Volleyball

The 2022 volleyball season has started off at full speed. We are a month into the season. Our theme for this year is “Pursue”. Pursue the Lord first and foremost. Secondly, pursue the best version of ourselves that we can be. Lastly, pursue every play, every day. Both our Varsity and JV teams have done that. Varsity has won one tournament, won a Diamond bracket at another tournament, and placed 2nd at their third tournament with a record of 21-4-1 so far. JV has also competed well and has embraced the theme this year with their play on and off the court. 

Off Season Basketball

Coach Chapman recently held a team building day at his home for the off season basketball team. 

At the center of all the fun was a corn hole competition, Coach Smith and Coach Chapman walked away with first and second place bragging rights!  Not far behind were Anson Proffit and Caleb Mead!  

It was a great day with the players and lots of fun for everyone. Thank you to Coach Chapman for opening your home to our Patriot student athletes.