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November 4, 2020

Table of Contents

– Virtual Legacy Event 2020
– October Annual Fund Donors
– Who Kissed Lucy the Goat?
– Celebrating Our Veterans

– Calendar of Events

Caleb Hillin

– Thankful For Our Faculty Campaign
– Basketball Spiritwear On Sale Now

– New Braided Bread Fundraiser – Pick Up Your Order Today

– Artist of the Week

– MS Coaches Corner

– NHS Inductions
– HS Coaches Corner

Virtual Legacy Event 2020

You are invited to join us on December 6th for some holiday cheer and an opportunity to support the students and faculty of All Saints at the Virtual Legacy Event.  This online event is replacing the traditional party that takes place each December and we hope to be able to host an in person event in the coming months when safe to do so.  In the meantime, raising funds to support the mission of our school is important so we encourage everyone to participate.
You should receive a postcard invitation this week with details about the event and raffle.  As in the past, we are asking each All Saints family to sell or purchase five Legacy tickets.  Each ticket sold admits two guests to the virtual party and enters you for a chance to win the raffle.  The participation of our community will determine our success!
In addition to the raffle/party, we plan to offer an online auction that will open on Nov. 30th.  This auction will include the popular grade-level gifts, one of a kind All Saints experiences, and holiday gifts for everyone.  More details to come!

There are still sponsorship opportunities!  If you’d like to become a Legacy Sponsor, contact Dawndi Higgins at

Attend Legacy For Chance to Win Tuition Awards

Registered guests for the Virtual Legacy Event on December 6th will be entered into a drawing for three $1,000 tuition awards to be awarded during the evening.  As in the past, you must be present to win.  The tuition awards may be used for the 2021-22 school year.  You won’t want to miss your opportunity to win, so we hope you’ll make plans to join us online.

*Purchase your tickets by 4 p.m. on Friday, December 4th to be eligible.

Repurpose Your Gift Cards for Legacy

Do you have unused gift cards collecting dust at home?  Please consider donating them to Legacy!  We’re looking for dining, shopping, entertainment or local services cards with the full balance.  If you’d like to donate, please send the cards, along with your name and the amount, in an envelope marked ADVANCEMENT.  The deadline to donate is November 13th.

 2020-21 Annual Fund Campaign

Each year All Saints invites our community to support the school’s academic and learning environment by making a tax-deductible gift to the Annual Fund.  These gifts directly support student programming, technology, athletics, fine arts, and much more.  Because tuition alone does not cover 100% of what is needed to educate a student, the Annual Fund provides the additional revenue needed.

Thank you to the following donors who have already contributed to the All Saints 2020-21 Annual Fund.  Our campaign will continue through May 31.  Gifts can be made online or contact Celeste Thompson at in the Advancement office.

 Annual Fund Donors
(Received June 2020 – October, 2020)

Larry Ackers
Becky Addington
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Aycock
Joan Baker
Kelly Beasley
Gwen and Paul Belk
Sharon and Mike Bennett
Lou Ann and Pieter Bergstein
Dr. and Mrs. Ray H. Brown
Ann and Frank Bumstead
Kathleen and Eric Burrell
Mr. Larry and Mrs. Charlotte Burt
Candace Cameron
Amy and Toby Catlin
Maureen and Steve Chadwick
David Chapman
Darlene and Wayne Collins
Patty and Mark D’Alise
Ashley and Lance Donaldson
Melissa Durham
Tammy Edmonson
Aurora and Vernon Farthing III
Robert Fewin
Mr. Don Franks
Dr. and Mrs. Gurdev S. Gill
Mrs. Janeen Holmes Gilliam
Sharon Heinrich
Dawndi and Martin Higgins
Debbie and Steve Hurt
Russell Hutcheson
Ali and Shawn Johnson
David W. Johnson

Dr. and Mrs. John David Jones
Charlene and Terry Key
Paula and Charles Key
Emily and Bruce Latta
Debbie and Steve Maines
Janet Martin
Sheila McCallister
Susannah and Clay Mercer
Jessica and Dustin Miller
Marty and LeRoy Montoya
Jeni and Matt Nichols
Sunni and John Osborne
Shawndi and Bob A. Ricks
Susan and Floyd Ridenhour
Lynn Rodgers
Pat and Bill Russell
Audra and Paul Smith
Shelly Smith
Judy and Obie Stalcup
Shane Strawbridge
Dr. Cindy Phelps Streit
JG Streit
Kimberli Swett
Celeste and Mark Thompson
Carole and Gary Thornton
Bethany and Wes Tolley
United Supermarkets
Drs. Surendra and Kamlesh Varma
Eleanor T. “Terry” von Ende
Margaret and Burgess Wade
Linda and Paul Walter
Ms. Sally A. Walton
Jason B. Wischmeyer, MD
Beth and Brax Wright

Who Kissed the Goat?

The highlight of this year’s Fall Festival celebration was the Parent Group’s Patriot PuckerUp Contest. Students voted for their favorite faculty member to kiss Lucy the Goat by placing money in pumpkins each day at school for the last two weeks. The winner was High School Counselor Gwen Belk. She enjoyed kissing Lucy so much that she even kissed her twice! The runner up was Lower School Division Head Rachel Scranton who was cheered on by the students to give Lucy a kiss.
As a donation, four high school students were selected to kiss the goat also. Senior Presley Mills, junior Chase Farnsworth, sophomore Campbell Howe, and freshman Harry Roberts each gave Lucy a kiss.
Our Parent Group would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the families that made donations and to all of the hard working parents who made this day possible. We were able to raise over $3,000 that benefits the school!  A very special thank you to our friends, Dustin and Jessica Miller, for escorting Lucy the Goat to campus and helping her feel pretty for her big KISS!  It was a fun event for our Patriot family.

Celebrating Our Veterans
All Saints is proud to honor all of our brave and honored Veterans on Wednesday, November 11.  Due to social distancing, we will be bringing this beloved tradition to the All Saints community virtually.  A link with more information will be shared next week.  We hope you will make time to view this special ceremony and share it with those who have served our country.

Calendar of Events

November 6

  • NOON: Athletic Booster Club Meeting, Patriot Gym
  • 4:30 p.m: High School Football vs Kingdom Prep Academy, Patriot Field

November 7

  • TBA:  High School Volleyball Bi-District Playoffs

November 10

  • TBA: High School Area Volleyball Playoffs
  • 6 – 10 p.m:  Parent Group Dining Out Fundraiser – Capital Pizza (Tech Terrace Location Only), 2705 26th Street, 806-368-3603; Dine In, Take Out or Delivery.  No flyer needed.

November 11

  • 8 a.m: Parent Group Zoom Meeting
  • 6 – 8 p.m: Middle School Cheer, Patriot Gym

November 13

  • School NOT in Session for PLC – Eighth Grade
  • 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m: Parent / Teacher Conferences via Zoom
  • 9:30 a.m:  High School Picture Make-Ups, Senior Cap and Gown Photos, Kirby Commons
  • 6 p.m:  High School Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Cotton Center, Patriot Gym (Only two guests per player.  All Saints fans enter Patriot Gym through Northwest Corner Doors.)
  • 7 p.m:  High School Varsity Football @ Trinity School of Midland, 3500 Wadley Avenue; Midland
  • 7:30 p.m:  High School Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Cotton Center, Patriot Gym  (Only two guests per player.  All Saints fans enter Patriot Gym through Northwest Corner Doors.)
  • 10 p.m:  Deadline to Order to Basketball Spirit Wear

November 14

  • TBA:  High School Volleyball Regional Playoffs

November 16

  • 6:00 p.m:  High School Thanksgiving Dinner, Patriot Gym

November 16-17

  • HS State One-Act Play Contest @ Kerrville

November 17

  • 5:30 p.m:  Eighth Grade Parent Meeting – ASES High School Information Meeting, Patriot Gym

November 18

  • 2:30 p.m:   ASES High School Information Meeting for Eighth Graders, Kirby Commons
  • 5:00 p.m:  Board of Trustees Meeting, Kirby Commons

November 18-19

  • TBD:  HS Volleyball State Championship

Looking Ahead

    • November 23-27 NO SCHOOL – Thanksgiving Holidays
    • December 6: Virtual Legacy Event
    • 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

Caleb Hillin – Vote Lonestar Athlete of the Week!
All Saints’ own Caleb Hillin is up this week for Male Athlete of the Week with the Lubbock A-J and Lone Star Varsity!  In the All Saints win over Amarillo San Jacinto last weekend, Caleb finished with 349 yards rushing, 5 rushing touchdowns, 1 pass completion for a TD, 8 tackles, and an interception.    Way To Go, Caleb! Click below and vote for Caleb – you can vote once an hour. Voting closes on Thursday, so vote early and often!—2021/?fbclid=IwAR17zETsuZsHhkmh2qeizEk2SSRD90ESKQTS8KvLry59-bnFvxn0LSjBZDo

All School News

Thankful for Faculty Campaign
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Parent Group is continuing our annual “Thankful For Faculty” giving that will run from November 9th to November 20th.

Due to limited interaction on campus, all items requested from faculty will be posted on Sign Up Genius. This will be a great way for every parent and faculty member to be included in this wonderful opportunity.

On Monday, November 9th, parents will receive an email with a SignUp Genius link that will have a list of faculty/staff and their individual requests. You are invited to select an item for the staff member(s) that you would like to appreciate.

New this year, students will be asked to bring the items directly to the faculty member. If the item requested is too large for a student to carry, your student is virtual, or for any other reason, the parent will need to drop the item off in the administration office (labeled with the faculty member’s name) and coordinate with the faculty/staff member when it is available.

If your teacher’s requests have been fulfilled, please consider helping the faculty who teach the “special’s classes” or the classroom helpers.

Parent Group hopes you will enjoy this opportunity to thank the All Saints Faculty and Staff for the valuable services they provide. Your contributions are very much appreciated! Should you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Somer Jaynes at

Basketball Gear For Sale Now!
Don’t miss the opportunity to get your Patriot Basketball Gear ordered.  All gear is located on the online spirit shop at

The deadline to order is November 13 at 10:00 p.m.


Thank you to everyone who supported Parent Group this past couple of weeks by shopping at the Book Fair, purchasing Butter Braids, and donating to the Patriot Pucker Up fundraiser!  The Parent Group appreciates your support!

Parent Group will be set up just south of the track from 3 pm – 4 pm today.  Parents will drive through and your order will be handed to you.  Once you receive your order, be sure to return your product to a freezer within 2-3 hours after picking it up to ensure the best quality.

If you WILL NOT be able to pick up your delivery on Wednesday, November 4th, please contact Jeni Nichols to make arrangements for pick up.  Parents may text or call Jeni at 806-789-8720.

For those orders not picked up, freezer space must be found to preserve the quality of the bread.  Please make every effort to pick up your order today.

Please send your pictures for the school yearbook to Make sure to put the grade in the email subject line. We also want to see pictures of our virtual students at work so please send those in as well. Thank you to Amanda Riggs and Diana Jimenez!

Don’t forget that you can ALWAYS support All Saints with AmazonSmile and Mabel’s Labels:

  • AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. Simply go to, and on your first visit, you will be directed to choose an organization.  Please search for “All Saints Episcopal School of Lubbock Parents Group.”
  • Mabel’s Labels sells high-quality peel and stick name labels, washable clothing labels, luggage and bag tags, and safety tags that will help you keep tabs on your child’s items!  Simply visit, click on “Select Your School,” and choose “All Saints Episcopal School Parent Group (Lubbock)” from the drop-down menu. Mabel’s Labels will donate 20% of all of our purchases back to Parent Group.

Patriot Learning Center & Lower School News

Middle School

Our Fifth and Sixth grade Creative Design classes have begun work cleaning and preparing to plant bulbs around the Johnson Memorial.  This is exciting and meaningful work for our young Patriots.

Each year in October the Lubbock Arboretum hosts a Pumpkin Trail for the community. Our Middle School NJHS students enjoyed carving and donating pumpkins for this year’s trail!  Nice work, Patriots!

Middle School Coaches Corner

Congratulations to the Eighth Grade volleyball team on winning the West Texas Christian Athletic Association (WTCAA) championship on Saturday, October 24th in Amarillo.  The Patriots defeated Amarillo San Jacinto in straight sets to capture the title.  Way to go Coach Addington and her assistant coaches, Coach Rojas and Coach Gordon!  The members of the Eighth grade volleyball team are Ella Bennett, Hannah Harvey, Camryn Howe, Elizabeth Johnson, Kristen Mitchell, Shiloh Roach, Rylee Rose, Sydney Smith, Maya Vermillion,  and Emily White.

Middle school basketball began practice this week, and the excitement level is high.  The first games are Thursday, November 12th vs. Southcrest in Jones Gym.  Details on the schedule and COVID-19 protocols will be coming soon to all parents of middle school basketball players.

High School

National Chemistry Week
As part of National Chemistry Week on Oct. 18-24, Mr. Ryan (high school chemistry teacher) along with the chemistry club students presented fun and engaging demonstrations that engaged all high school students.  Thank you to Mr. Ryan and the chemistry club students for making this an annual tradition.  This event really makes learning fun.  The demonstrations get the students excited about science and participating in the chemistry club as well as piquing their interest in advanced level chemistry.

National Honor Society Welcomes 17 New Members
Seventeen high school students became members of the Sherry Fewin Chapter of National Honor Society (NHS) during a formal induction ceremony on October 22.

NHS President Vincent Paone led the ceremony along with seniors Ash Bumstead, Kate Henderson, Sebastian Whitaker, and Graham St. Clair as they presented the attributes of an NHS member during a candle lighting ceremony. Head of School Bruce Latta led the inductees in the NHS pledge and presented each with their NHS Certificate of Membership and membership pin.

The new members are Ella Aycock (11), Andy Banister (11), Kevin Beasley (11), Logan Caffey (11), Haley Dickerson (11), Chase Farnsworth (11), Mia Garza (11), Jilayne Headrick (11), Caleb Hillin (11), Reagan Hunter (11), Spencer Johnson (11), Sydney Locke (12), Alexandra Mercer (11), Reese Rogers (11), GraceAnn Streit (11), Leah Vinson (11), and Ashby Whitaker (11).

Returning members are seniors Ash Bumstead, Kate Henderson, George Lipe, Luke Maples, Ethan Moore, Vincent Paone, Graham St. Clair, Paige Schlehuber, Eli Tran, and Sebastian Whitaker. Mrs. Kelly Beasley is the faculty adviser.

Enrichment Opportunities
Enrichment classes provide a change of pace, with opportunities for students and faculty to collaborate in refreshingly new situations.  Each quarter provides new course learning opportunities for our high school students.

During the second and third quarters, students will have the opportunity to choose an engaging 40-minute class to learn something new and fun.  The enrichment classes take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  The classes available during the second quarter are disc golf, film analysis, jazz band, kan-jam, leadership, astronomy and songwriting.  A big thanks to high school teachers who have given of their time and effort to teach something new to high school students.

High School Coaches Corner

Cross Country
Congratulations to the All Saints high school boys cross country team and Coach Dino Jones on their Runner-Up finish at the TAPPS State Championship this past Monday in Waco.  The boys team was runner-up for the second consecutive year.  That is quite an accomplishment at the state level.  All Saints was paced by sophomore Lee Taylor who was second overall and senior Ash Bumstead who was 10th overall.  Both Taylor and Bumstead were named to the TAPPS All-State team, and Bumstead was also honored as a member of the TAPPS Academic All State Cross Country team.  Other members of the team include Vincent Paone, Joseph Paone, Sebastain Whitaker, Diego Cervera and Owen Aycock.

Four girls, Campbell Howe, Ella Aycock, Chole Conover, and Abigail Barritt also competed in the state race.  The girls were paced by Ella Aycock who was 23rd overall.  Congratulations to these girls on a good season, and their commitment to running.


Congratulations to the high school volleyball team on their seventh consecutive TAPPS 1-2A district championship. The Patriots swept Southcrest on the road on Thursday, October 29th to claim the title.  All Saints will host the winner of Longview Christian and Ft. Worth Covenant on Monday or Tuesday next week in the area round of the playoffs.  Good luck to Coach Savage and his girls.

The All Saints football team won an exciting district ballgame, Friday afternoon October 30th against San Jacinto.  The game was originally scheduled to be played in Amarillo, but ice and snow made the San Jacinto field unplayable.  In a last-minute scramble, the game was moved to All Saints.  The Patriots prevailed 42-36 in an exciting game.  All Saints will take the field again this Friday at 4:00 pm vs. Kingdom Prep at the Patriot field.