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May 4, 2022

Table of Contents

HEADLINE NEWS
– Fine Arts Night
– TAPPS State Competitions
– All Saints Bands
– MS Choir
– Swing for the Future Golf Tournament

LOOKING AHEAD
 – Calendar of Events

CHAPEL SERVERS

NURSES NOTES

ALL SCHOOL NEWS
– Patriot Fun Run
– May Dine Out – Happy’s
– Library News | Spring Book Fair
– All Saints Summer Camps
– Family Kite Day

FINE ARTS
– MS Choir
– All Saints Band
– Theatre Productions

PLC / LS NEWS
– Patriot of the Week
– Artists of the Week
– Tricycle Rodeo
– Second Grade Chicks
– Kindergarten Fiesta

MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS
– Robotics
– Patriot Night
– MS Coaches Corner

HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
– Countdown to Graduation
– AIMS Testing
– HS Wins Back to Back Academic Championships
– HS Coaches Corner

The All Saints Board of Trustees invites you to fill out a Parent Survey!

Glow in the Dark Exhibit
MS Choir
LS Performance
HS Band

2022 Fine Arts Night

Wow.  We have some talented artists at All Saints!  2022 Fine Arts Night is in the books and it was a spectacular display of artistry!  The live video of Fine Arts Night will be uploaded to the school’s YouTube account later this week… look for a link to be shared!

TAPPS 2A Overall Academic Champions | Art Champions | Yearbook Champions

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TAPPS 2A Overall Speech and Debate State Champions

The 2022 All Saints Speech and Debate team returned from state this year defending their 2021 title of overall team champions. The team has won the overall Speech championship and the overall debate championship two years in a row. Last year posed a unique challenge by the competition being held in an online format, but they persevered and put on a dominating performance sweeping the podium in two events and medaling in four others. This year was the first in-person state tournament for almost the entire team, but this only motivated them. The 2022 team amassed 12 of the 21 possible medals, swept the podium in three events, and medaled in two more. Additionally, they had a finalist in every single competition. Only losing one senior, the Patriot Speech and Debate program is ready to make it a three-peat in 2023!

All Saints earned 233 points in the overall academic competition, which is 123 more points than the second place team and the highest score throughout all the divisions 1A – 6A.

To learn more and see a list of all participants visit the High School News section.

Kenneth H. Bastian, Jr. Award Recipients; Blair Wischmeyer and Nate Bumstead

Last night was Patriot Night.  This is a special evening set aside to honor and celebrate our middle school athletes!  The highlight of the evening is the announcement of the Kenneth H. Bastian, Jr. Patriot Pride Award. This award is received by one girl and one boy and it is the highest honor bestowed upon our middle school athletes. Kenneth H. Bastain, Jr. was a public servant, educator, and athlete. He served as our Headmaster from 1986 to 1996. He is remembered for his great character and heart and this award is given to the middle school athlete that embodies these same ideals. This year’s recipients are Blair Wischmeyer and Nate Bumstead!

To read more and see a list of all award winners, go to our Middle School News section.

Three New TAPPS 2A Athletic Team Champions; Girls Tennis | Boys Tennis | Golf

Tennis State Champions
Tennis Ind. Champions
TAPPS 2A State Champions

To learn more and for a list of individual accomplishments, go to High School News.

Band Earns Top Honors; MS Choir Earns Superior Rating

Beginning Band
Blue Band
Red Band
HS Band
MS Choir

To learn more about our Band and MS Choir accomplishments, go to Fine Art News.

8th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament

The All Saints Booster Club is excited to host the 8th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament!  The tournament is now full and not accepting additional teams.  Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors and players who make this event possible each year.

The tournament will begin at 12 pm with registration, lunch, and a putting contest.  Teams will tee off with a shotgun start at 1:30 pm!  It’s sure to be another great event.  If you are unable to join us this year but want to get your team in for next year, email Cindy Taylor at ctaylor@allsaintsschool.org!

Calendar of Events

Thursday, May 5
  • Red Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for Lower School and Middle School Jones Gym. Lower School and Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • Spring Book Fair https://www.scholastic.com/bf/aspatriots
  • 8 a.m – Noon:  AP Exam – Human Geography
  • Noon:  Athletic Booster Club Meeting, Administrative Conference Room
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  AP Exam – Seminar Statistics
  • 3:45 p.m:  Middle School Cheer Meeting for Incoming Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Grade Students, Robotics Lab
Friday, May 6
  • Blue Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for PLC, Lower School and Middle Schooland High School,  Patriot Gym. All parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • Spring Book Fair  https://www.scholastic.com/bf/aspatriots
  • All Day: TAPPS State Track Championship Meet, Waco
  • 8 a.m – Noon:  AP Exam – U.S. History
  • 8:30 a.m: Pre-Kindergarten Mother’s Day Tea, PLC
  • 9 a.m: Fourth Grade Mother’s Day Tea, Kirby Commons
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  AP Exam – Microeconomics ☕
  • 2:45 p.m: Preschool Mother’s Day Tea, Lower School Courtyard
Saturday, May 7
  • All Day: State PSIA, Texas Christian University (TCU), 2800 South University Drive, Fort Worth
  • All Day: TAPPS State Track Championship Meet, Waco
Monday, May 9
  • Blue Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for Lower School and Middle School Jones Gym. Lower School and Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • All Day:  Sixth Grade Trip to Space Camp 👩🏻‍🚀
  • 8 a.m – Noon:  AP Exam – Calculus AB
  • Noon – 5 p.m:  (Noon – 1:30 p.m. Registration / 1:30 p.m. Shotgun Start) Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament sponsored by Athletic Booster Club, Lubbock Country Club, 3400 Mesa Road, Lubbock ⛳
Tuesday, May 10
  • Red Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for Lower School and Middle School Jones Gym. Lower School and Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • All Day:  Sixth Grade Trip to Space Camp 
  • 8 a.m – Noon:  AP Exam – English Language & Composition
  • Noon:  AP Exam – Physics C – Mechanics
  • 2 – 4 p.m:  AP Exam – Physics  C- Electrical and Magnetic
  • 7 p.m: Athletics Senior Recognition, Kirby Commons 🎉
Wednesday, May 11
  • Blue Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for Lower School and Middle School Jones Gym. Lower School and Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • All Day:  Sixth Grade Trip to Space Camp 
  • 8 a.m: Parent Group Meeting, Kirby Commons
  • 8:30 a.m:  Glow in the Dark Dance Party for Mr. Binion’s Fourth Grade Class 💃🏻🕺🏻
  • 8 a.m – Noon:  AP Exam – Spanish Language & Culture
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  AP Exam – Biology
  • Noon – 10 p.m: Drink @ Happy’s Parent Group Fundraiser, 11804 Indiana Avenue – Suite 100, Lubbock
  • 2:45 p.m:  Popcorn Party for Mrs. Dorrington’s Kindergarten Class 🍿
Thursday, May 12
  • Red Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for Lower School and Middle School Jones Gym. Lower School and Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • All Day:  Sixth Grade Trip to Space Camp 
  • 8 a.m – Noon:  AP Exam – Physics I, Algebra Based
  • 11:30 a.m:  Mrs. Voigt’s Pre-Kindergarten Class Fun Run Reward Picnic 😎
  • 2:30 p.m:  PLC Play Day 🎈
Friday, May 13
  • Red Day
  • 8 a.mIn-Person School Chapel for PLC, Lower School and Middle Schooland High School,  Patriot Gym. All parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • All Day:  Sixth Grade Trip to Space Camp
  • 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m: HS Field Day
  • Noon: Third Grade Business Expo, Kirby Commons
  • 5:30 p.m: HS Awards Banquet, Patriot Gym 🎉

Sunday, May 15

  • 5:30 p.m: Class of 2022 Graduation, Patriot Gym 🎓
Looking Ahead
For updated information check the school calendar:  https://allsaintsschool.org/school-calendar/
  • May 16:  Fourth Grade Bat Cave (8:30 a.m. – 3:30p.m.)
  • May 16 – 21:  Fifth Grade Trip to Virginia ✈
  • May 16 – 20:  Eighth Grade Trip to Washington D.C. ✈
  • May 18: HS Students vs. Faculty Volleyball Game;
  • May 20: Fourth Grade Trip to Carlsbad Caverns; Junior Leadership Training (8 a.m. – 3 p.m.) 🦇 ;  HS Movie Night (8:30 – 11 p.m.)
  • May 22:  Board of Trustees Meeting (5 p.m.)
  • May 23:  Junior Investiture Ceremony (8:15 a.m.); Fourth Grade Crossing the Courtyard (6 p.m.); Mrs. Tate’s Second Grade Class:  Fun Run Challenge Movie Day
  • May 24: Junior Class Leadership Trip to Palo Duro Canyon;  Kindergarten – Fourth Grade Lowerpalooza (Noon – 3:30 p.m.)
  • May 25 – 26: SCHOOL DISMISSED AT NOON;
  • May 25: Middle School Spikefest; Professional Development (Noon – 4 p.m.); Eighth Grade Celebration (6 p.m.)
  • May 26: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL; Seventh Grade “First Walk to Chapel”;  Eighth Grade “Last Walk to Chapel”; PLC – Eighth Grade Yearbook Signing (9 a.m.)
  • May 30 – June 2:  School Offices Closed

CHAPEL SERVERS

Thursday, May 5
Cooper, Oller and Madding’s Advisories

Friday, May 6
Readers: Ella Aycock, Owen Aycock, Samuel Barritt, Abigail Barritt
Acolytes: Esheeta Das, Brooks Pickering, Hadley Pickering, Connor Pinkston, Eleanor Smith, Posey Tate

Monday, May 9
Readers:  Adelaide and Harris Underwood, Heidi Helderlein, CoCo Brown
Acolytes: Jake DeLucia, Thomas Shanahan, Sydney Strefling, Tyson Timberlake, Landry Wade, Laura Wright

Tuesday, May 10
Chapman’s advisory

Wednesday, May 11
Fifth grade advisory

Thursday, May 12
Readers: Lauren Evans, Erin Brodbeck, Gabrielle and Raphael Codding
Acolytes: Esheeta Das, Jake DeLucia, Olivia Dunkelberg, Liam Eckert, Bonnie Evans, Claudia Galvan

Friday, May 13
Readers: Reagan and Jacque Hunter
Acolytes: James Meek, Gabriel Morgan, Isla Nelson, Juliana K, Sebastian Pena, Savannah Scranton

Monday, May 16
Readers: TBD
Acolytes: Colt Halbrooks, Kailyn Henson, Shaddix Hernandez, Ella Jones, JoJo Killeen, Tess Kirkpatrick

Tuesday, May 17
Readers: TBD
Acolytes: Olivia Dunkelberg, Claudia Galvan, Brooks Pickering, Hadley Pickering, Connor Pinkston, Eleanor Smith, Posey Tate

Wednesday, May 18
Readers: TBD
Acolytes: Bonnie Evans, Liam Eckert, Thomas Shanahan, Sydney Strefling, Tyson Timberlake, Landry Wade, Laura Wright

Thursday, May 19
Readers: TBD
Acolytes: James Meek, Gabriel Morgan, Isla Nelson, Luke Owen, Sebastian Pena, Savannah Scranton

Friday, May 20
Theatre providing the homily

Monday, May 23
Readers: Nate Bumstead, Willem Duemer, Caleb Mead
Acolytes: Luke Owen, Lulu Lane, Lane Lewis, Owen Lowry, Chloe Martinez, Davis Massengale

Tuesday, May 24
Readers: Beckham and Lucy Winter,
Acolytes: Olivia Ammons, Henry Bateman, Timberlee Burkett, Liam Cazares, Loralei Coon, James Cowan

Wednesday, May 25
Readers: Katy Jane St. Clair, Reya Felton
Acolytes: TBD

Thursday, May 26
TBD

NURSES NOTES

Volunteers Needed!

The school nurses are looking for adult volunteers that would be interested in becoming certified to help with vision screenings next school year (2022-2023).

  • Consists of 1 full day of training.

  • The certification is good for two years.

Please contact Haylee Belcher (hbelcher@allsaintsschool.org) or Lisa Rozean (lrozean@allsaintsschool.org) by May 23rd, 2022 if you are interested in volunteering.

ALL SCHOOL NEWS & PARENT GROUP ANNOUNCEMENTS

Patriot Fun Run

The 2nd ever Patriot Fun Run was a huge success and we have YOU to thank!  Thank you to all of our All Saints family who sponsored, gave, and volunteered to come out and help.  It was a fun day!

Throughout our team days, we had several challenges that were met by the students.  Here are the winners of the different challenges we had:

-Popcorn Party Challenge:  Mrs. Dorrington’s Kindergarten Class

-Glow in the Dark Dance Party Challenge:  Mr. Binion’s 4th Grade Class

-PLC Top Class Challenge:  Mrs. Voigt’s Pre-K Class.  They will be enjoying a picnic with Mr. Brashear

-Lower School Top Class Challenge:  Mrs. Dennis/Mrs. Tate’s 2nd Grade Class.  They will get a movie day with Mr. Brashear

-Middle School Top Class Challenge:  5th Grade.  They will get a whole week’s worth of civilian days starting next Monday, May 9

We would love to say another big thanks to our Fun Run sponsors and then to our amazing Fun Run Committee:  Carly Gill, Callie Kostelich, Randi Mitchell, Teresa Reffreger-Verdugo, and  Analisa Warren.

FAMILY KITE DAY

Our prayers paid off.  The west Texas weather cooperated and it was a beautiful day to fly a kite!   It was a great event for our Patriot community!

Thank you to our amazing parent volunteers who made this day possible… a special thank you to Amy Key who has been instrumental in bringing this special tradition back to campus! 🪁  Well done.

Spring Book Fair

Only a few days left to visit this year’s Spring Book Fair!  The Scholastic Book Fair will end on Friday at 11:30am!  

If you would rather not send cash with your child, it is so easy to fund your child’s shopping spree!  Go to the All Saints Book Fair Homepage:  

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/aspatriots.

There you will find links to the elementary and middle school flyers, instructions for ordering from the virtual fair, as well as instructions to set up an eWallet account for your student.  Simply click on “get started” on the green eWallet block in the middle of the homepage, and follow the directions.  You can designate any amount you wish, and if you need to add more, you can.  Any remaining funds will be placed on a gift card that can be used online, or at any future fair.  

Our library is able to keep 25% of the book fair sales to help us grow.  Thanks for your support!  

May Dine Out ~ Happy’s

SUMMER CAMPS

2022 Summer Art Camps:

June 13th-17th (Theme: Disney, Grades K-5th, 9 am-12 pm, M-F)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Disney

June 13th-16th + June 20th-23rd (Theme: Clay Workshop, Grades 3rd-6th, 12:15 pm-3:15 pm, M-TH)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Clay Workshop

June 27th-July 1st (Theme: Harry Potter, Grades K-5th, 9 am-12 pm, M-F)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Harry Potter

July 11th-15th (Theme: Video Games, Grades K-5th, 9 am-12 pm, M-F)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Video Games

July 18th-21st + July 25th-28th (Theme: Mixed Media Sculpture Workshop, Grades 3rd-6th, 9 am-12 pm, M- Th)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Mixed Media

* Note: Disney and Clay start on the same week but at different times! Workshops are for current and incoming grades 3rd-6th and Disney, Harry Potter and Video Games are for incoming K-6th.

Instructor:  Mrs. Michelle Guerra | mguerra@allsaintsschool.org

Theatre Camps

Instructor:  Mr. Shane Strawbridge | sstrawbridge@allsaintsschool.org

Spanish Learning Camp:

Band Camp
August 1-5 | 9 am-noon:  The camp is open to students in third – eighth grade. | $70 per student.

Instructor: Mr. Charley Cross | ccross@allsaintsschool.org

FINE ARTS

MS Choir Earns Top Rating

The All Saints Middle School Choir under the direction of Alex Webster competed at the TPSMEA (Texas Private School Music Educators Association) North State Solo and Ensemble Competition in Abilene last month.  Our small but mighty choir competed in sight reading and received a first division rating—the highest possible for the contest.

Choir members who competed in this performance include Piper Hufford, Audrey Oaks, Ellie Beth Moss, Bella Molligan, and Madeline Nichols.  Congratulations to our MS Choir!

All Four Bands Earn Highest Ranking

The All Saints Band program recently competed in the Abernathy Band Festival with each of the four All Saints bands receiving the highest possible rankings possible.

The band competition consisted of each division playing two to four musical selections. Beginning Band (4th) played “March Primo” and “Rockin On.” Red Band (5th and 6th) performed “Chisholm,” “Prologue,” and “La Bamba,” Blue Band (7th and 8th) performed “Eagle’s Triumph,” “Get On Down” and “Cruisin.” High School Band performed “Fiesta De Los Bravos,” “This Little Light of Mine.” “Moscow 1941,” and finished out with a rousing “Zoot Suit Riot.”

All four divisions received the highest possible ranking of First Division with many accolades from the judges. The high school band also received the Outstanding designation for their division. Mr. Charley Cross, All Saints Band Director and Mr. Rob Lovett, Band Instructor, praised our students’ hard work and excellent performances.

The fine arts program offers students many opportunities to experience creativity, collaboration, and confidence.

Third and Fourth Grade Theatre

It’s a busy time for our theatre students. On Friday, April 22, the 3rd and 4th Grade Theatre Students presented It’s Elementary!, a series of short plays written specifically for students in lower school. The students worked very hard in preparation for their event, and they did a great job. Bravo and Brava to the 3rd and 4th Grade Theatre Students!

Fifth and Sixth Grade Theatre

On Friday, April 29, the 5th and 6th grade theatre students presented The Internet is Distract—OH LOOK A KITTEN! by Ian McWethy. Students worked both during class and after school to prepare their lines, blocking, props, and costumes. They did a great job with their performance, and we are looking forward to seeing what they put together for next year!

PLC and LS News

Tricycle Rodeo 2022

Tricycle Rodeo is in the books. You can see by the smiles on their faces… these buckaroos enjoyed themselves! Thank you to all of the parents, teachers and eighth grade students who helped make this day so fun for our little buckaroos! 🤠

Artists of the Week

Second Grade Chicks

Our second grade students welcomed some furry friends to the classroom… Miracle, Molly, Fluffy, Phoenix and Star! The students enjoyed every minute with them. This experience was much more than a great science lesson… caring for the young chicks was a great life lesson and one that our students enjoyed wholeheartedly.

Kindergarten Fiesta

The Kindergarten Fiesta celebrates the end of the Texas History studies for our Kindergarten students!  There was dancing, singing and loads of fun. Thanks to all who helped out with our Fiesta celebration!

Patriot of the Week

MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS

Robotics Competition

In April our Middle School Robotics team competed in the GEAR Robotics Competition. Robotics is one elective choice that allows students the opportunity to use our recently added robotics lab to prepare for competition. In addition to the challenging curriculum and hands-on lab experiences, students are able to experience many aspects of a STEM curriculum that engages learning and prepares them for future success.

Students participating include Cade Brewer, Octavio Cervera, Sebastian Cervera, Riley Crawford, Gurvir Gill, Quinn Helton, Kagan Hernandez, Weston Henthorn, Bella Molligan, Madeline Nichols, Kirby Riggs, Zoey Scranton, Liam Skinner, Kenedee Valdez, Deklan White.

In addition, the following teams received special awards:

GEAR Robotics Programming Award
Octavio Cervera
Sebastian Cervera
Riley Crawford
Deklan White

2022 Gear Robotics Frenship ISD League – 3rd Place
Cade Brewer
Gurvir Gill
Weston Henthorn
Kirby Riggs
Liam Skinner
Eli Kerby

MIDDLE SCHOOL COACHES CORNER

Celebrating our Middle School Athletes

Our middle school athletes were recognized last night at the Annual Patriot Night event. It was a fun evening and a great way to honor our middle school athletes.

Congratulations to the following Patriots on their special honors and to all of our middle school athletes on a great 2021-22 year!

Cross Country Patriot Awards – Reya Felton and Sonne Galvan
Volleyball Patriot Award – Erin Brodbeck
Basketball Patriot Awards – Erin Brodbeck and Andreas Sizer
Track Patriot Awards – Reya Felton and Sonne Galvin
Tennis Patriot Awards – Harper Burrell and Jacob Moss
Golf Patriot Awards – Carter Piland and Wade Massengale

The highlight of the evening was the announcement of the Kenneth H. Bastian, Jr. Patriot Pride Award. This award is received by one girl and one boy and it is the highest honor bestowed upon our middle school athletes. Kenneth H. Bastain, Jr. was a public servant, educator and athlete. He served as our Head of School from 1986-1996. He is remembered for his great character and heart and this award is given to the middle school athlete that embodies these same ideals. This year’s recipients are Blair Wischmeyer and Nate Bumstead.

Congratulations to all of our middle school athletes!

High School News

There is a flurry of activity in the high school as our seniors prepare for graduation!  It’s been a busy month for all of our high school students with lots to celebrate.

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Senior Luncheon

The All Saints Alumni Association recently hosted a luncheon to welcome our newest members – the class of 2022 (soon-to-be) graduates. The students enjoyed golf at 4ORE! along with a meal and special fellowship with each other before the hectic graduation season begins. Congratulations to the All Saints Class of 2022 who will graduate on Sunday May 15 at 5:30pm.

2022 Prom

Congratulations 2022 Prom King and Queen!

Seniors Andy Banister and Reagan Hunter were named the 2022 Prom King and Queen at the Masquerade themed prom on April 9 at Lubbock Country Club.

The couple was crowned by High School Division Head Tammy Edmonson followed by their first dance as Prom Royalty before the rest of their friends joined them on the dance floor.

Thank you to the senior parents for planning a great prom for our junior and senior students!

Prom Pictures:  https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjzKgjH
Pre-Prom Pictures:  https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjzKfig

Student Council Elections

The high school held its student council election for the 2022-2023 school year. Congratulations to our newly elected council members!

President – Campbell Howe
Vice-President – Calvin Carpenter
Secretary – Ashlyn Simek
Treasurer – Joshua Eckert
Historian – Luke Rushing
Publicity – Campbell Carper

Athletic Senior Night

SAVE THE DATE… All High School students are welcome to attend and celebrate their fellow teammates and friends! Senior Parents:  Please email Cindy Taylor 2 to 3 of your favorite sports photos of your senior athlete.  It’s not necessary to send action shots – candid photos at sporting events will work too!

Baccalaureate

CLASS OF 2022 HONORED WITH BACCALAUREATE SERVICE
Twenty-one graduating seniors were honored during the Baccalaureate Celebration honoring the 2022 Senior Class. The festivities began with special music from sophomore Owen Aycock on his cello accompanied by pianist Dana McNeice.  This was followed with a traditional processional of high school faculty and seniors along with a bagpipe serenade.

School Chaplain, The Reverend Paige McKay, led the school’s worship service and homily addressing all of the soon-to-be graduates who include some who she has known since preschool.  It was a special moment.

At the end of the service, High School Counselor Gwen Belk shared the seniors’ college plans with a preliminary announcement regarding the class scholarship earnings that already total more than 4.5 million with dollars still coming in!

Seniors Announce their College Decisions!

Pinning Ceremony: Each graduate places a pin on a map located outside Ms. Edmonson’s office! It’s a great way to visually see all the different locations of the colleges our students are attending. This map holds pins going all the way back to our first graduating class. It’s a fun tradition that the kids really enjoy!

Mrs. Beasley hangs pennants from all of her senior students when they make their final college decision! How cool is that? She added some new ones this year!

Mrs. Beasley added nine new college pennants, including one for her senior son, Kevin, who will be attending University of Tennessee!

Back to Back TAPPS 2A Academic Champions

The high school TAPPS Academics team swept the TAPPS 2A State Academic Competition last week defeating 12 2A teams to win the TAPPS 2A State Academic Championship for the second consecutive year.
All Saints earned 233 points, which is 123 more points than the second place team and the highest score throughout all the divisions 1A – 6A. Shiner’s St. Paul Catholic School finished in second place with 110.5 points followed by Fort Worth Bethesda Christian School with 95 points.
All Saints had 25 students compete in various competitions in English, math, science, social studies, debate and speech, theatre, yearbook, and art. Faculty member Matt Ryan oversaw the academic contests throughout the year. Other faculty coaches included Pam Ryan, JT Seymore, Janet Martin, Melissa Durham, Kelly Beasley, Shane Strawbridge, Victor Munoz, Irma Sizer, and Shelly Smith. Retired teachers Sharon Kingston (All Saints, Coronado) and Linda Gober (Coronado) also worked with the students.
All Saints earned 12 state championships: Yearbook, Speech and Debate, Art, Math, and Science contests. All first place finishes are a state championship.
Results:
Yearbook – First Place Team (Campbell Carper, Portia Clary, Emma Condra, Brynlee Dalley, Haley Dickerson, Reagan Hunter, Jayden Johnson, Preslie Tarver, and Reghan Rose.
Speech and Debate Team – First Place Team
Lincoln Douglas Debate – Calvin Carpenter, First Place; Sydney Smith, Second Place; Jacque Hunter, Third Place
Original Oratory – Mattie Matthews, First Place; Campbell Howe, Second Place; Abigail Barritt, Third Place
Persuasive Speaking – Mattie Matthews, First Place; Campbell Howe, Second Place; Ashby Whitaker, Third Place
Duet Acting – Hannah Harvey and Olivia Needham, Second Place
Prose Interpretation – Olivia Needham, Third Place; Jeye Johnson, Eighth Place
Poetry Interpretation – Abigail Barritt, Seventh Place
Solo Acting – Olivia Needham, Third Place
Black & White Drawing – Sara Carothers, First Place
Computer Art – Calista Conklin, Second Place
Printmaking – Jilayne Headrick, Second Place
Communication Design – Matthew Zhang, Fourth Place
Communication Design – Portia Clary, Fifth Place and Sixth Place
Computer Art – Mia Garza, Sixth Place
Number Sense – Rohan Felton, First Place
Calculator – Campbell Howe, Second Place
Math – Rohan Felton, Second Place; Matthew Zhang, Fourth Place
Advanced Math – Logan Caffey, First Place; Campbell Howe, Second Place;
Science – Logan Caffey, First Place; Diego Cervera, Third Place; Campbell Howe, Sixth Place
Top Chemistry Score – Logan Caffey
Top Physics Score – Logan Caffey
Spelling – Matthew Zhang, Second Place; Jameson seal, Third Place; Portia Clary, Fourth Place
Social Studies – Luke D’Alise, Third Place; Curtis Yates, Fourth Place
Literary Criticism – Portia Clary, First Place; Abigail Barritt, Fourth Place; Ashby Whitaker, Eighth Place
Ready Writing – Leah Vinson, Eighth Place
Current Events – Ashby Whitaker, Fifth Place; Matthew Zhang, Eighth Place
Spanish – Diego Cervera, Second Place; Sofia Dominguez, Fifth Place; Matthew Zhang, Seventh Place
Students participating in the state contests include:
Freshmen – Hannah Harvey, Sydney Smith
Sophomores – Luke D’Alise, Calvin Carpenter, Sofia Dominguez, Rohan Felton, Jacque Hunter, Jeye Johnson, Olivia Needham, Ella Scolaro, Jameson Seal, Matthew Zhang
Juniors – Abigail Barritt, Natalie Caswell, Diego Cervera, Portia Clary, Grant Durbin, Campbell Howe, Mattie Matthews, Joseph Paone, Curtis Yates
Seniors – Logan Caffey, Mia Garza, Alex Mercer, Ashby Whitaker

AIMS Testing

All Saints high school hosted an Aptitude Inventory Measurement Service (AIMS) testing session April 23-24 for interested sophomores, juniors and seniors. This test and consultation are offered in Dallas; however, AIMS representatives agreed to come to Lubbock to offer this to All Saints students. This is the second time in four years that All Saints has provided this opportunity for All Saints high school students. The purpose of the testing is to assist students prior to attending post-graduate studies in guiding them with their college and career decisions. The AIMS staff administers a battery of tests to help individuals determine their natural strengths.
“The AIMS program provides clients with a tailored report and summary based on their scientifically measured abilities. Test administrators interpret the results of each examinee’s efforts in order to provide career and college suggestions based on the combination of the individual’s aptitudes and characteristics.”
At the conclusion of the testing results, each student and their parent(s) are provided with a time to have a consultation via zoom with an AIMS representative. At that time the results of the testing results are shared and discussed with each student and their parent(s).

High School Coaches Corner

Tennis
CONGRATULATIONS VARSITY TENNIS STATE CHAMPIONS!

Both the Varsity Boys and Girls tennis teams won their TAPPS 2A State Tennis Championships today in Waco. In addition, the girls’ team won another state championship and state runner up title while the boys’ team won two more state championships.
Girls:
Team State Champions
Sara Carothers (junior) – Girls State Champion
Anna Carothers (freshman) – Girls State Runner Up
Kate White (junior) & Brynlee Dalley (sophomore) – Third Place Girls Doubles
Boys:
Team State Champions
Diego Cervera (junior) – Boys State Champion
Grady Geihsler (junior) & Arch Underwood (sophomore) –
Boys Doubles State Champion
The tennis teams are coached by Tucker Richolson and assistant coach Cade Chambers.
Coach Tucker Richolson

Track
We have thirteen State Bound Track and Field Athletes packing their gear and heading to Waco tomorrow.  Our team will compete in field events and the 3200 race on Friday and the remaining running events on Saturday.

The girls’ team earned Runner Up at the North Texas Regional meet in Arlington with the boys placing fourth overall.  Congratulations to the following state qualifiers and to all of our hard-working track athletes:
First Place Women Long Jump: Reese Rogers (senior)
First Place Women 100 Meter Dash: Reese Rogers (senior)
First Place Women Triple Jump: Chloe Conover (junior)
First Place Women Discus Throw: Lauren Bayouth (junior)
Second Place Women Shot Put: Lauren Bayouth (junior)
First Place Women Triple Jump: Chloe Conover (junior)
Third Place Women 3200 Meter Run: Campbell Howe (junior)
First Place 4×100 Meter Relay: Ella Scolaro, Chloe Conover, Leah Vinson, Reese Rogers
Fourth Place 4×200 Meter Relay: Ella Scolaro, Lauren Bayouth, Chloe Conover, Leah Vinson
First Place 4×400 Meter Relay: Leah Vinson, Reese Rogers, Ella Scolaro, Chloe Conover
First Place Men 3200 Meter Run: Lee Taylor (junior)
First Place Men 1600 Meter Run: Lee Taylor (junior) with a PR of 4.26!  This is a school record for All Saints.
Fourth Place Men High Jump: Rowe Osborne (junior)
Fourth Place Men Triple Jump: Joseph Paone (junior)
Fourth Place 4×100 Meter Relay: Daniel Vermillion, Jacob Janes, Caden Mead, Joseph Paone
Fourth Place 4×200 Meter Relay: Daniel Vermillion, Caleb Hillin, Joseph Paone, Jacob Janes
Fourth Place 4×400 Meter Relay: Caden Mead, Caleb Hillin, Lee Taylor, Joseph Paone

Coach Dino Jones

HS Golf

VARSITY BOYS GOLF WINS TAPPS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Golf Team for winning the TAPPS 2A State Golf Championship this week in Waco. This is the fourth consecutive year our boys have brought home a state championship. In addition, three players finished as state medalists.

Sophomore Luke D’Alise finished the tournament in second place followed by a fourth place finish by senior Aydan Allen and seventh place finish by sophomore Rohan Felton.

Team members are senior Aydan Allen, and sophomores Austin Cates, Luke D;Alise, Rohan Felton, Kaden Jimenez, and Brown Mercer.

BOYS  AND GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Congratulations to five Patriot Basketball players for being named to Hub City Preps 2022 TAPPS All City Teams.

Junior Rowe Osborne was named to the Hub City Preps First Team. Sophomore Rohan Felton was named to Hub City Preps Second Team with sophomore Luke D’Alise being named to the Hub City Preps Third Team. Junior Lauren Bayouth was named to the Hub City Preps First Team and junior Chloe Conover was named to the Hub City Preps Third Team. Congratulations!

https://www.hubcitypreps.com/…/article_76ce610e-b94e…

https://www.hubcitypreps.com/sports/winter/girls_basketball/girls-basketball-2022-tapps-all-city-teams/article_0f8e7182-b90d-11ec-98d6-c3daefbfc35c.html