January 18, 2023

– Reenrollment Information
– Third Annual Day of Giving
– Legacy Special Ask Donors
– Volunteers | Give Back Opportunities:  Dine Out Program, Speech and Debate Tournament, Chili Cook Off, Yearbook Sponsors, Friday Snacks
– WinterFest T-shirt – Tomorrow is the Deadline to Order
– All I See Is Red Day – Order Form Link
– Pig Day
– Reserved Parking Spots
– Two Patriots Earn Eagle Scout
– Playbill Essay Contest Winner
– LS Student Shows Champion Lamb
– Dramatic Play Centers
– Artists of the Week
– Coaches Corner
– Red Raider Classic – Academic Competition
– AP Capstone Seminar Presentations
– Coaches Corner

Reenrollment Time is Here!

As we begin the reenrollment process for the next academic year, we begin with a huge thank you. Thank you to our families who entrust their children to All Saints each day. Our community makes All Saints a special place where we not only learn, we discover and foster talents, achieve goals, serve our community and build our faith.

What is reenrollment? Reenrollment is the opportunity for current students to enroll for the 2023 – 2024 school year. This window of time is exclusive to current students.

Why do we reenroll in February? We reenroll in February to plan for the next school year. Each and every family plays a vital role in that planning. All Saints is an amazing school and it is at its absolute best when the administration has time to adequately plan, and can therefore deliver the best education possible. Staffing, facilities, number of class sections, elective offerings and scheduling all depend on reenrollment. While the school is always anticipating and planning the next steps, the spring is a crucial time as the following year begins to take shape.

What are the dates for reenrollment? Keep an eye on your email because reenrollment links will be emailed on February 10th. Current families are asked to submit the reenrollment agreement by February 28th. Students who have pending applications will be able to enroll on March 1st.

Is there a reenrollment fee? A non-refundable fee of $350 per student will be billed to your account in April. If you would prefer to make another form of payment or have billing questions, please contact Dana McNeice in the Business Office.

Where can I find more information? Grade level meetings will be held beginning next week and continue through February 9th. Keep an eye on your email as meeting dates and details will be sent to parents in each grade level. 

Third Annual Day of Giving - February 10, 2023

All Saints is known for its culture of community and there’s no better time to come together and celebrate than on our annual Day of Giving.  February 10th will be a special day on which All Saints will be challenged to raise $30,000 in order to receive a matching gift.  Every donation will be matched up to this amount which doubles the value of each gift we receive!  We invite parents, grandparents, faculty, alumni, and friends to come together and help us reach our goal.

Thank You Van Donors

Special thanks to all those who contributed to the appeal made at Legacy for funds to purchase two new vans for the school.  During the Legacy Event, Head of School Robert Brashear shared about the school’s need for additional transportation to be used by students in all divisions.  Many student activities such as field trips, community service projects, competitions and athletic events, take students to a variety of destinations both in and out of town.  A 15 passenger van can provide what is needed for many of those excursions.  We’ll be excited in the coming weeks to announce the arrival of the vans when they are delivered.

Alayna Abbe
Clint and Meagan Adams
David and Emily Bateman
Robert and Jennifer Brashear
Matt and Krista Bumstead
Ryan and Jennifer Burkett
Jim Burns
Clint and Penny Carpenter
Vincent and Kara D’Alise
Brent and Michelle Fuller
Greg and Cecilia Garrison
Carly Gill
Harvinder and Priya Gill
Arthur and Alex Hernandez
Jacque Higdon
Jesus and Judith Hildago
Andrew and Bonnie Hill
Richard and AnnJulie Johnson
Shawn and Ali Johnson
Greg and Brittany Jones
Kristin Walton Kendrick
Chase and Amy Key

Charles and Paula Key
Emma, Ellie & LuLu Lane
Robert and Kelly Leach
Brett and Katlyn Longley
Zach and Dayna McCutchin
Zane and Amanda Mead
Dustin and Jessica Miller
Michael and Rebecca Moss
John and Sunni Osborne
David and Ashlee Owens
Janeen Patterson
Justin and Lauren Pinkston
Jim and Carolanne Purtell
Kirk and Stephanie Rogers
Bill and Pat Russell
Chris and Abby Scioli
Derek and Stephanie Smith
Wes and Bethany Tolley
Matthew and Camie Wade
Will and Carolyn Wilkerson
Robert and Candace Wood



Last Day to order your “Out of this World” Spirit Shirt. Click Here to Order Now.


All Saints Dine Out Night – Panda Express at 114th and Quaker location


All Saints hosts first ever Speech and Debate Tournament | Volunteers Needed:  https://signup.com/go/zKtOjFO


Parents Night Out hosted by Sharon Kingston Literary Society (for Ages four – Fourth Grade) Register Your Child Here.


WinterFest Pep Rally Last Day to Order Your Murder Mystery Dinner Ticket Register Here.

February 10

Annual Day of Giving

Annual  Chili Cook Off – Deadline to sign up is February 8th (see All School News for link to sign up)

February 11

  • Deadline to Order a treat from Eighth Grade for delivery on All I See Is Red Day (See All School News for link to order)
  • Murder Mystery Dinner Sponsored by All Saints Theatre – Register Here.

February 14

All I See is Red Day – All Students may wear red or a Valentine themed shirt | Eighth Grade will deliver special treats to students

FEBRUARY 16 – 20

School Not in Session – Winter Break ⛷


School Resumes


Dress Uniform Day ☑ | Ash Wednesday Eucharist


National Pig Day – A Beloved Tradition at All Saints

For a more detailed calendar of events including sporting events, please refer to the weekly email sent out every Sunday at 3pm to all parents and faculty or visit the school website calendar!


Dine Out - January 27

All Saints Dine out at Panda Express! Enjoy delicious Panda Express all day Friday, Jan 27th and they will donate 20% back to All Saints! 114th and Quaker location only! Please show the flyer or when ordering online, enter the fundraiser code.

WinterFest is February 3rd! Order an OUT OF THIS WORLD spirit shirt by Thursday January 19th to wear that day as we take on the KPA Warriors! 

Click Here to Order Now:  !https://www.asesspiritshop.com/product-page/winterfest-23-out-of-this-world

Upcoming Speech and Debate Tournament - Volunteers Needed

The Speech and Debate team is hosting a tournament on January 28th! There will be around 20 schools and 150 kids attending. Coach JT Seymore is looking for judges to volunteer that day. No experience is necessary and short training videos will be emailed to you. The big area of need is the first four time slots between 8am and 2pm. Please consider helping the team out by using the link below and contacting Coach Seymore at jtseymore@allsaintschool.org.”

Signup Link: https://signup.com/go/zKtOjFO

Yearbook Sponsors (PLC-Eighth Grade)

The Yearbook Committee is working hard on gathering pictures and sponsorships to complete the All Saints Patriot yearbook. Please consider sponsoring a page by clicking on the Sign Up Genius link.  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080B44ADA72FA4F58-ases1 Each page sponsorship is $125 and will be billed to your account. If you have any pictures you would like to share with the committee, please email yearbookases@gmail.com or place them in the All Saints Yearbook 2022-2023 Facebook page.

Friday Snacks

Friday Snacks needs your help for the Spring Semester! Bless our teachers and staff by providing them with a delicious breakfast, treat or snack each Friday. Please click on the link below to sign up. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0948A4A628ABFE3-friday

Parents Night Out - January 28th

The Sharon Kingston Literary Society is sponsoring a PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT, Living Library for 4 year olds through 4th graders on Saturday, January 28th from 6:00-8:00 PM in Jones gym.

The event will feature high school students playing children’s book characters, as well as activities—like games, cookie decorating, and crafts— and a pizza supper (even gluten-free if needed). Proceeds from the event will go toward purchasing children’s books for prison visitor centers.

An information page and hard copy of the registration form was placed in students’ Tuesday folders January 17th. If you have any questions, please email Pam Ryan at pryan@allsaintsschool.org

Pig Day - A Beloved All Saints Tradition

Did You Know?

Reserved parking spaces are located in a few select spots around campus and they belong to generous friends who purchased them in the Legacy Auction.  You might be surprised to know that these donations frequently raise significant amounts of money for the school and those dollars provide operational support.   PLEASE RESPECT the reserved parking areas!  Let’s show courtesy and appreciation for the friends who generously donate in order to use the spaces.


Two Patriot Students Earn Eagle Scout

Olivia Needham '24
Rowe Osborne '23

Congratulation to Junior Olivia Needham and Senior Rowe Osborne who both received their Eagle Scout confirmation at Scout Troop 157’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony held earlier this month.

Needham is one of two female Eagle Scouts in the area. She joined Scouts in 2019 and has served in many leadership opportunities in the BSA including helping start the first girls troop in Lubbock; serving as Senior Patrol Leader for over a year during COVID; serve as the first female Lodge Officer in the area; Section Officer in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana; and being one of the first female National Committee members of the entire Southern Region. Her leadership positions include everything from leading announcements for the troop to directing over eight hours of content for a YouTube Live/Show in Houston attended virtually by thousands of scouts.                                                                                       

She earned her Eagle Scout last April by completing the many requirements including the Eagle Scout Project. Her project was to give back to the Lubbock Moonlight Musicals Amphitheater by planting eight trees that will provide shade for audience members and block the sun for actors on the stage.

Needham is a member of the school’s National Honor Society, Speech and Debate Team, One Act Play Team, and Literacy Society Club. She has been a member of the National Charity League since the 7th grade and is a member of the Lubbock Symphony Guild and the Assembly Club.

Osborne has held various leadership positions within the Troop including senior patrol leader and assistant senior scoutmaster. In 2019 he was inducted by his peers into the Order of the Arrow. He then completed National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT), a week-long leadership skills workshop with Circle Ten Council in Dallas. After being asked to staff the NYLT program with Circle Ten the following two summers his experiences inspired him to seek more advanced training with the National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE) at Summit Betchel in West Virginia in 2021.

For his Eagle Scout project, Osborne designed planned and organized the construction of cubbies for backpacks and gear at the John Wilson Boys and Girls Club. He researched options, materials and collected supplies and consulted with the Boys and Girls Club director regarding needs in order to bring the project to fruition. Osborne worked with troop volunteers to recycle a large shelf donated from All Saints as well as utilizing new lumber to build two 6 ft x 4 ft cubby systems. In addition, he provided online safety training for the children utilizing the cyber chip online safety program and a secure charging box for Kindle e-readers.

At All Saints, Osborne is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, High School Band, Jazz Band, Drumline, Varsity Basketball Team and Varsity Track Team.

Congratulations to both of you on this prestigious honor.

Lipe Wins Playbill Essay Contest

Each month over the past year, Prudential gave away free tickets to theatre fans across the country through their Standing Ovations Giveaway presented by Playbill. One of entrants who walked away with tickets was All Saints freshman Anna Lipe.

“I like looking at articles on the Playbill website for fun, and I saw a notice on there about the contest,” says Lipe. “I’ve always loved musicals and Broadway, so that was a large reason why I entered.”

For the chance to win, entrants answered the question “Which Broadway character or song inspires you, and why” in a short essay.

“A few months ago, I got to see the national Broadway tour of the musical Anastasia in Lubbock,” says Lipe. “I immediately fell in love with the character Anya because of how independent and confident she is. Her character really resonated to me, being someone adopted from Russia.”

At the start of the new year, Anna put her tickets to use seeing Beetlejuice four days before it closed. She credits her education at All Saints with helping her snag the prize.

“My teachers have helped me build my writing skills to the point where I feel confident enough to enter contets such as this one,” says Lipe. “It took me about a month to get my essay to the point where I was comfortable submitting it. I think this process took a lot of patience, not just on my end, but also my teachers and friends who helped me.”

“I’m extremely grateful for everything this experience has taught me.”

Tinley Miller Shows Grand Champion Lamb at Terry County Livestock Show


Learning is Fun in the PLC

The PLC is having fun in their Dramatic Play Centers. The thematic unit is Winter and Starry Nights. What's up next? Pajama Pancake Parties! What could be more fun?


Artists of the Week

Congratulations to Austin Hernandez who recently played a round of checkers with Mr. Brashear and won!
“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”

Albert Einstein 


Coaches Corner

Our Eighth Grade Girls took home 3rd Place at the Anton Tourney
Eighth Grade Boys Team Medals at the ASES Tournament
Seventh Grade Boys Team Wins ASES Tournament

MS Basketball

The basketball season is winding down for our seventh and eighth grade athletes. It has been a great season with all of our young athletes competing well and continuing to improve their skills.

There are many competing schools that have not formed a seventh grade girls team this season. It has been unfortunate for our young athletes but our seventh grade girls haven’t missed a beat and continue to improve each day. Last weekend, they brought home their first big win of the season with a score of 38-7 over KPA.

 In December the eighth grade boys went 2-1 in the All Saints Tournament receiving fourth place overall and the Seventh Grade boys went 3-0 and won the championship title.
The seventh grade boys basketball team ended an undefeated season by winning the Christ the King tournament this past weekend.  The boys came a long way over the course of the year and will only continue to improve as they move through the program.  The coaches were thrilled with the effort and enthusiasm the boys showed from the first day of practice. It was a great season for our seventh grade boys team.

Good luck to our Eighth grade boys and girls teams that will compete this weekend at the CTK tournament with the WTCAA Tournament right around the corner.



Red Raider Classic - UIL Academic Competition

The following students earned ribbons and medals at the “Red Raider Classic” UIL Academic Competition at Texas Tech University on January 16.

Spelling and Vocabulary:  2nd Place  Jameson Seal, 6th Place Matthew Zhang

Current Events:  3rd Place Jeye Johnson, 2nd Place Luke D’Alise

Number Sense:  2nd Place (11th grade) Rohan Felton, 5th Place (10th Grade) Alex Xu

Math:  (11th grade) 1st Place: Rohan Felton, (11th Grade) 3rd Place: Matthew Zhang (10th Grade) 6th Place:  Brady Lowe

Science:  1st Place (12th grade):  Diego Cervera, 1st Place (11th grade):  Matthew Zhang, 2nd Place (10th grade):  Luke Rushing, 4th Place (10th Grade) Tony Lacombe

Top Chemistry Score:  Diego Cervera

Top Physics Score:  Diego Cervera 

Team Results:
Science Team  of Diego Cervera, Matthew Zhang, Luke Rushing: 1st Place

The AP Capstone Seminar and Research students will present their research studies to an audience filled with family and friends at 5:30 p.m. Thursday (January 19) in the school’s Band Hall.  After their formal presentations the students will answer audience questions regarding their research.

The Capstone program is a two-year course with the first-year students enrolled in the Seminar class and the second-year students enrolled in the Research class.

AP Seminar is an interdisciplinary course that encourages students to demonstrate critical thinking, collaboration, and academic research skills on topics they choose as teams. The Seminar students spent one month writing reports about a problem they chose to explore as a team. Once their reports were completed; they spent two weeks creating a presentation focusing on a solution for the problem their team explored. Their team presentations are videoed and submitted to College Board for scoring.

The Seminar students are juniors Campbell Carper, Calvin Carpenter, Luke D’Alise, Joshua Eckert, Rohan Felton, Jeye Johnson, Cooper Locke, Caden Mead, Olivia Needham, Jameson Seal, Arch Underwood, Curtis Yates and Matthew Zhang. They are coached by Pam Ryan.

The Research students are seniors Abigail Barritt, Sara Carothers, Portia Clary, and Campbell Howe. They are coached by Dann Wigner.


Congratulations to the Varsity Dance Team for their Superior Rating and Fourth Place finish in the TAPPS 2A State Dance Championships held in Waco January 14.

Freshman Anna Lipe earned a Superior Rating for her Dance Solo and was named First Team All State.

Senior Chloe Conover was also named First Team All State. Senior Abigail Barritt and sophomore Elizabeth Johnson were named to Second Team All State.

Team members are seniors Chloe Conover and Abigail Barritt; sophomore Elizabeth Johnson; and freshman Anna Lipe. The team is under the direction of Savannah Rhodes.

Boys Basketball

The Boys’ basketball team is currently 21-1 overall and 3-0 in district. Upcoming games include Ascension, Southcrest, and Abilene Christian. The Patriots are playing with confidence and always play with heart. It’s exciting to watch and we invite everyone to come out and support our Patriot basketball teams! 

Girls Basketball

The All Saints girls basketball team is having an unprecedented season. The Patriots are currently 17-0, 3-0 in district play. There have been many tough games and the ladies have found a way to win. We hope this will prepare us well for the playoff battles yet to come. There are many tough district home games left so come out and support the girls during a historic season. 


Patriot Swimming is in full swing as our lone swimmer, Calista Conklin, competed at the Andrews Invitational in which she set a personal record of 28.17 in the 50 Freestyle. Calista is currently preparing to compete at the TAPPS Regional Swim Meet on January 27th in Mansfield. Calista hopes to repeat a TAPPS State Championship appearance in her freshman year. TAPPS State Swim Meet will be on February 6th in San Antonio. 

Check the school calendar to catch our Patriot Basketball teams in action!