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November 18, 2020

Table of Contents

– Virtual Legacy Event

  • Don’t Miss The Fun
  • Dream Vacation
  • Steak Dinner for 2
  • Online Auction
  • Grade Level Gifts
  • Sponsors

– Calendar of Events

– John David Latour

– Thankful For Our Faculty Campaign
– You Can Share Virtual Food Drive

– Stock Style Shopping Day
– School Pictures are Ready for Pick Up

– Artist of the Week

– MS Coaches Corner

– Division Head Updates
– HS Coaches Corner

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Virtual Legacy Event 2020

Can We Count on You?
Please join us on December 6th at 7:00 p.m for a fun filled event.  Your participation is needed in the annual Legacy Event!  All Saints depends on strong support from the school community to raise essential funds each year for the operation of the school and this year your involvement is especially important!

You Will Want to See…

  • Student performances
  • Drawings for tuition
  • Prizes
  • Entertainment
  • Raffle for a Dream Vacation

Sell Five Tickets

  • You can support the faculty and students by selling your tickets!
  • The $50 Legacy ticket admits two guests to the party and offers a chance to win and select a Dream Vacation package.
  • You’ll receive a 6th raffle ticket FREE when you sell five
  • Need not be present to win.

And One More Reason to Sell Five Tickets by Midnight Tonight… A Chance to Win A Steak Dinner for Two!

A Steak Dinner for Two

Dinner will include:  A Gift Card to Double Nickel Steakhouse, Premium Bottle of Wine, and Delicious Dessert​​​​​​​

To Sell your tickets, go online to register and pay by midnight tonight.  We’ll announce the winner and deliver the prize!  Remember, for every five tickets you sell, a sixth free ticket will be awarded!  In addition to a steak dinner, you’ll have an extra chance to win the Dream Vacation and you’ll be entered in the tuition drawings to take place during the evening of Legacy.

Legacy Online Auction

Legacy Grade Level Gifts

These awesome ladies have volunteered to spearhead their child’s grade-level gift for the Legacy auction. We would like to extend A HUGE Thank You to them for their dedication and support of All Saints.  A special thanks to Jessica Smith for organizing this project!  (Also, check out some of the amazing items that will be up on our online auction!)

Preschool (Kinsey Tolley): A 1-night stay for two couples at the Bar S Ranch with food and drinks included!

Pre-Kindergarten (Danae Purtell): Outdoor Movie Projector

Kindergarten (Brittany Jones):  Customized 3 x 10 Rug from Intertwined

1st Grade (Dayna McCutchin): Charcuterie Board delivery from the Brazen Buffalo – along with a bottle of Caymus Cabernet and a gift card from Grayce Floral

2nd Grade (Jessica Smith): Pasta Heaven!  Pasta Maker, Vietri Pasta Bowl, and Lots More!

3rd Grade (Carly Gill):  TWO EZ Rollers

4th Grade (Margaret Scolaro): 6 different ROKR 3D Puzzle Packs

5th Grade (Cami Callahan): Roomba 3i+

6th Grade (Michelle Tyler/Becca Moss): Star Wars Kitchen Set from Williams Sonoma

7th Grade (Kathleen Burrell): TWO Outdoor Fun Sets

8th Grade (Kacee Harvey): Kitchen Aid Professional Mixer & Cookbook

High School (Stephanie Rogers/Amanda Mead): Louis Vuitton Odeon PM Bag

Legacy Sponsors

Wow Bags Support Local Merchants

Planning the school’s first virtual Legacy Event has presented challenges including the dilemma of thanking event sponsors.  While Legacy sponsors normally enjoy special perks such as reserved seats and parking, those had to be replaced.  A creative solution came about that will not only delight the sponsors but will also support local merchants… the WOW bag!  This holiday bag will be filled with treats curated from businesses who are regular contributors to Legacy.  Their loyalty to the school led us to support them by purchasing items that would normally be donated.  What’s in the WOW bag?  Become a Legacy sponsor and you’ll see!  Sponsorships opportunities remain – contact Dawndi Higgins for more information.

Calendar of Events

November 19

  • 4, 5, 6, 7 p.m:  Middle School Basketball at Southcrest

November 23-27

  • School Not In Session for Thanksgiving Break

November 30

  • 4, 5, 6, 7 p.m:  Middle School Basketball vs. Lubbock Christian, Jones Gym:  4 p.m. 7th Grade Girls Basketball; 5 p.m. 7th Grade Boys Basketball; 6 p.m. 8th Grade Boys Basketball; 7 p.m. 8th Grade Girls Basketball  (Only two guests per player.  All Saints fans enter through northeast corner doors.)

December 1

  • 4, 5, 6:30, 8 p.m:  High School Basketball vs. Midland Classical, Patriot Gym: 4 p.m. JS JV Girls Basketball; 5 p.m. HS JV Boys Basketball; 6:30 p.m. HS Varsity Girls Basketball; 8 p.m. HS Varsity Boys Basketball  (Only two guests per player.  All Saints fans enter through northeast corner doors.)

December 2

  • Don’t Forget the South Plains Food Bank Virtual Food Drive this holiday season.
  • 6:30 – 8 p.m: Middle School Cheer, Patriot Gym

December 3

  • 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m:  All Saints Shop Day @ Stock Style, 4414 82nd St.

December 4

  • 4, p.m: Deadline to purchase Legacy Event Tickets in Time to be Entered for Tuition Drawings.
  • 6, 7:30 p.m:  High School Basketball vs. Patton Springs, Patriot Gym: 6 p.m. HS Varsity Girls Basketball; 7:30 p.m. HS Varsity Boys Basketball  (Only two guests per player.  All Saints fans enter through northeast corner doors.)

December 5

  • 2 p.m:  High School Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Dawson High School;  600 Brownfield Highway in Welch

December 6

  • 7 p.m:  Virtual Legacy Event

Looking Ahead

    • December 18: Virtual Lessons & Carols; School Dismissed at Noon for Christmas Holidays
    • December 21 – January 5: Christmas Break (Teacher In-Service January 5 / Classes Resume January 6)

Patriot Spotlight

John David Latour
Past Patriot John David Latour recently led a volunteer team of seven high school students in an Eagle Scout Project.  The project not only benefited the school but also honored the kind spirit of the beloved Suzan Collins Headrick whom the middle school building is named after.

“By completing the landscaping around the building, paying particular attention to the ways in which I can incorporate bright, long-lasting colors,” said John David, “the project will honor her joyful spirit.”

John David and his team landscaped two large beds around the Suzan Collins Headrick Center.  The project began with the prep work that included:  adding gypsum to the soil of both beds to aerate and make the soil easier to dig, the covering of each area with weed barrier, designing the layout of the plants, digging the holes,  and finally mixing Happy Frog soil in to the soil to feed the plants.

After the prep work was done, they added one 20 gallon dessert willow tree to each bed, along with three japanese blood grass plants, three pots of variegated sedum , a pot of Texas salvia plants, two pots of wall germander plants, two ice plants, and one yucca approximately two and a half feet tall in each bed.  It looks lovely.  We are grateful that John David came “back to his roots” and decided to complete his Eagle Scout Project at All Saints.

Other team members included: Grant Cannon, Spencer Johnson, Rowe Osborne, Keshav Ramesh, Brady Scott, and Avery Wisniewski. We are grateful for the hard work of these young men led by John David and the beautiful gift the landscaping and plants are to the school.  Congratulations to John David Latour on the completion of his Eagle Scout Project!

All School News

Thankful for Faculty Campaign
This Friday, November 20th,  is the last day to bring your items for the “Thankful for Faculty” giving campaign! Please click on the link below to sign up for any items that you would like to give! Don’t forget to consider the teachers of the “special classes!”  Feel free to contact Somer Jaynes with any questions at

PLC and Lower School
Middle and High School

South Plains Food Bank Virtual Food Drive
This year more than ever organizations that support others in need are hurting as a result of the increased demand due to circumstances related to COVID-19.  Unfortunately, the South Plains Food Bank is unable to collect food this holiday season for the U Can Share Food Drive.  This has been a wonderful tradition for many years in the Lubbock area and for the All Saints community who has graciously donated and supported this cause in years past.  We want to continue this support by encouraging All Saints faculty, staff and families to donate to the virtual food drive for SPFB!  Making an online donation is easy, click here to donate now!


Come Shop With Us! Mark your calendars for an All Saints shop day at STOCK Style Shop located in The Village shopping Center at 4414 82nd St.

When:  December 3rd
Time:  10:00a.m. – 6:00p.m.

Just mention All Saints when you check out and 20% of the proceeds will be donated back to the Parent Group.

Holiday mimosas and individually packed snacks by Heart and Soul will be provided.

If you are learning virtually and had your pictures taken at Savant, they are ready to be picked up!  You may pick up at Savant studio during the week.  Please call before you go and they will have your pictures ready for you! The number is (806)239-3227.

Patriot Learning Center & Lower School News

Middle School Coaches Corner

Middle school basketball opened their season last Thursday, November 12 with All Saints hosting Southcrest for a round of games.  All four middle school teams were in action with both the seventh and eighth grade boys notching their first wins while the seventh and eighth grade girls teams battled hard with some good Southcrest teams.  All four teams will be in action again Thursday, November 19th at Southcrest.  The games will be at Cumberland Presbyterian Church located at 7702 Indiana Ave.  Game times are as follows:

4:30 pm – 7th Grade Girls
5:30 pm – 7th Grade Boys
6:30 pm – 8th Grade Girls
7:30 pm – 8th Grade Boys

High School

Thanksgiving Dinner
High School students participated in the 9th annual Thanksgiving dinner event.  Students enjoyed a feast and participated in games and the always entertaining pie eating contest!   After lots of laughs and silliness, the Junior Class walked away with the Top Turkey Award!

A special thank you to Krista Bumstead and several other high school parents who generously hosted and donated to this fun event.

Advent Project
This year’s advent project for high school students is collecting clothing items for cold weather to be donated to the Salvation Army.  Last school year high school students were involved in service work at this organization and felt the need to assist with helping those in need during the winter time.  Even though the students are not able to volunteer at the Salvation Army at this time, they want to help provide much needed items during this time of year.  Students are asked to bring their item(s) to school by December 4.

Ninth Grade – adult and children’s socks
Tenth Grade – hats
Eleventh Grade – gloves
Twelfth Grade – scarves

High School Coaches Corner


Congratulations to the high school volleyball program on another fantastic season.  It has been a busy couple of weeks with the Patriots making a strong playoff run ending last night in the TAPPS 2A State Semi-Finals.
Last Tuesday, All Saints swept Fort Worth Covenant to capture their seventh consecutive area championship.  They followed that up on Saturday with another straight set victory over Weatherford Christian to secure the TAPPS 2A North Regional Championship sending them to the state tournament for the fifth time in six years.  On Tuesday, the Patriots battled two-time defending state champion Red Oak Ovilla Christian in the state semi-finals falling in a hard-fought match played at Vernon College.  What a great season by Coach Savage and his girls.  The future is bright for Patriot Volleyball!

The All Saints Boys basketball team got their season started last Friday night with an 83-46 home victory over Cotton Center.  It was a great start for the Patriots.  The basketball season will pick up after the Thanksgiving holiday with regular game play.  The season looks promising for both the girls and boys programs.