It is a long-standing tradition at All Saints Episcopal School to ask students and their families to give of themselves so that others might catch a glimpse of the true gift of the Advent Season.  Each year All Saints continues this tradition through grade-level service projects.

Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten are gathering items to be given to the children at Buckner Children’s Home and Family Services at its annual Christmas party.

Pre-First is collecting art supplies for High Point Village.

First Grade is collecting items for children visiting the Covenant Outpatient Cancer Center.

Second Grade is collecting various items for Ronald McDonald House.

Third Grade is collecting gift cards for a family in need.

Fourth Grade is remembering the patrons of the South Plains Food Bank during the Advent Season.

Fifth Grade has adopted a family from Buckner Family Pathways.

Sixth Grade will remember the Salvation Army during Advent and will stuff stockings for younger recipients.

Seventh Grade is helping with a coat drive.

Eighth Grade is assisting The Haven Animal Shelter.

High School students are working on a Holly Jolly Soup Day by packaging and delivering cans of soup with crackers and handmade cards to Meals on Wheels.  In addition, students are collecting gift cards for stocking stuffers for the children at the Children’s Home of Lubbock.  Finally, as they have done in the past, the students will be assisting the Toys for Tots initiative by sorting toys.