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September 8, 2021

Table of Contents

HEADLINE NEWS
– Homecoming 2021
LOOKING AHEAD
 – Calendar of Events
CHAPEL NOTES AND SERVERS
– Chapel Notes
HEALTH AND SAFETY
– COVID-19 Mitigation Protocol Update
PATRIOT SPOTLIGHT
– Heather Skinner & Lunchroom News
ALL SCHOOL NEWS
– Frios Back on Campus
– Fall Festival
– All Saints Shopping Day
– Volunteer Opportunities
– Picture Day
– PSIA Information
– Jones Gym Banner & Patriot Gym Electronic Ads
FINE ARTS
– Theatre News
– New Choir Director
PLC / LS NEWS
– Patriot of the Week
– Artist of the Week
MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS
– MS Division Head Updates
– MS Coaches Corner
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
– Division Head Updates
– HS Coaches Corner

Homecoming 2021

STEP RIGHT UP AND DUNK MR. BRASHEAR

This year we are excited to announce that there will be a dunking booth immediately following the Pep Rally!  Even more exciting, our very own Head of School Robert Brashear has agreed to take the plunge and sit in the dunking booth.  It’s all in good fun!  Be sure to make plans to step up for your chance to dunk Mr. Brashear.  This is a Cheerleading fundraiser and all donations are accepted and appreciated!

PARADE FLOAT – ALL PATRIOTS ARE WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE

Everyone is invited (parents and students) to decorate and enter your vehicle, golf cart, or trailer in the homecoming parade for a chance to win $100.

How do you enter?
Entering the parade is easy.  There is no sign-up or pre-registering to participate.  You simply need to bring your decorated vehicle to Kohl’s back parking lot between 1:00-1:15 pm on September 24th. The Homecoming Parade will start at 1:30 pm.  All ages are welcome to participate. It’s that easy.

HOMECOMING T-SHIRT – ORDERS DUE SEPTEMBER 10

Orders are Due September 10! Order online at  asesspiritshop.com

Calendar of Events

September 9

  • Red Day
  • 8 a.m: In-Person Chapel for Middle School, Jones Gym. Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children. 
  • 5 – 7 p.m:  Middle School Volleyball @ Lubbock Christian, 2604 Dover Avenue, Lubbock:  7th Grade 5 p.m. / 8th Grade 6 p.m.
  • 6 p.m:  Second Grade Parent Meeting, Band Hall

September 10

  • Blue Day
  • 4 -7 p.m : All Saints Middle School Volleyball Tournament: Patriot Gym and Jones Gym
  • 7:30 p.m:  High School Football @ Hart, Hart High School, 710 Second Street,  Hart
  • Deadline to sign your child up for the PSIA competition.  Email Dr. Davis if interested at gdavis@allsaintsschool.org.
  • Deadline to order your Homecoming T-shirt https://www.asesspiritshop.com/
  • Deadline to order your Theatre T-shirt (order forms are found outside the Black Box Theatre)

September 11

  • ALL DAY: All Saints Middle School Volleyball Tournament: Patriot Gym and Jones Gym
  • TBA:  Middle School and High School Cross Country LCU Invitational Meet; 2604 Dover Avenue, Lubbock
  • TBA:  High School Team Tennis vs. Big Springs and Andrews @ Levelland High School, 1400 Hickory Street
  • 11:30 a.m. (first game):  High School Volleyball @ Shallowater, Shallowater High School, 1100 Avenue K,  Shallowater:  5 p.m. Junior Varsity / 6 p.m. Varsity

September 13

  • Blue Day
  • 4 – 6 p.m:  Middle School Volleyball @ Christ the King, 4011 54th Street, Lubbock:  7th Grade 4 p.m. / 8th Grade 5 p.m.
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  High School Fall Sports Pictures (Cross Country, Football, Tennis, Volleyball), Patriot Gym
  • 5:30 – 7 p.m:  Senior Parent Meeting, Kirby Commons
  • 6 p.m:  Third Grade Parent Meeting, Band Hall

September 14

  • Red Day
  • Dress Uniform
  • Holy Cross Eucharist 
  • 8 a.m:  In-Person Chapel for Lower School, Jones Gym. Lower School parents may attend chapel with their children.
  • 8 a.m: Yearbook Pictures for High School by Class – Kirby Commons; Yearbook Pictures for PLC, Lower School, Middle School by Class – Patriot Gym. Faculty Pictures 7:45 – 10 a.m. in appropriate grade location.  All students must wear dress uniforms.  
  • 5 p.m:  High School Volleyball vs. Denver City, Patriot Gym:  5 p.m. JV / 6 p.m. Varsity
  • 6 p.m:  Fourth Grade Parent Meeting, Band Hall

September 15

  • Blue Day
  • 4 – 6 p.m:  Middle School Volleyball @ Christ the King, 4011 54th Street, Lubbock:  7th Grade 4 p.m. / 8th Grade 5 p.m.
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  High School Fall Sports Pictures (Cross Country, Football, Tennis, Volleyball), Patriot Gym
  • 5:30 – 7 p.m:  Senior Parent Meeting, Kirby Commons
  • 6 p.m:  Third Grade Parent Meeting, Band Hall

September 16

  • Red Day
  • 8 a.m: In-Person Chapel for Middle School, Jones Gym. Middle School parents may attend chapel with their children. 
  • 2 p.m:  Middle School Cross Country and Volleyball Pictures, Jones Gym
  • 2 p.m:  High School Cheer and Pom Pictures, Patriot Gym
  • 5 – 7 p.m:  Middle School Volleyball vs. St. Andrews, Jones Gym: 7th Grade 5 p.m. / 8th Grade 6 p.m. 
  • 7:30 p.m:  High School Football vs Darrouzet (neutral site), Hart High School, 710 Second Street,  Hart

September 17

  • Red Day
  • Homecoming Mum Orders Due
  • Progress Reports
  • 9:30 – 10:30 a.m: High School Speaker:  Dr. Wong from Texas Tech  Honors College, Kirby Commons
  • 4 p.m:  High School Volleyball @ Plainview, Plainview High School, 1501 Quincy:  4 p.m. JV / 5 p.m. Varsity

September 18

  • TBA:  Middle School and High School Cross Country Plainview Invitational Meet; 1501 Quincy, Plainview

September 19

  • 2 – 5 p.m: Mini-Cheer and Patriettes Camp, Jones and Patriot Gyms

For the most up to date calendar, go to our school website.

Looking Ahead

  • September 20 – 24: Spirit Week
  • September 20:  Spirit Week Theme Day:  50’s Day to celebrate our 65th Anniversary
  • September 21: Spirit Week Theme Day: Circus Costume (wear it to school and to the HS volleyball game that night)
  • September 22:  Spirit Week Theme Day:  Jersey Day
  • September 23:  Spirit Week Theme Day:  Binion’s Minions – Dress like a Minion
  • September 24:  Homecoming (1:30 p.m. Parade / 2 p.m.  Pep Rally / 5 p.m.Varsity Football vs Midland Trinity), Spirit Week Theme Day:  Patriotic Day (wear red, white and blue)
  • September 25:  High School Homecoming Dance
  • September 27 – 30: Eighth Grade MO Ranch Trip
  • September 29:  Junior Parent Meeting – 5:30 p.m. (Kirby Commons)

CHAPEL NOTES

There is something invigorating about the fall.  I don’t know if it is the promise of cooler weather, trips to the pumpkin patch and the corn maze, or knowing that in some ways, Creation seems to be slowing down and preparing for winter.

Next week, we will gather to celebrate our first Eucharist of the school year.  Eucharist (sometimes called Mass or Communion) is a special time in which the school celebrates 7-8 times during the school year.  Holy Eucharist is made up of two main parts: the liturgy of the word—that is, the proclaiming of the word of God through Holy Scripture and the liturgy of the Eucharist—that is, the outpouring of thanks to God that includes the consecration and sharing of the bread and wine in which Christ is present. At this time, only bread wafers will be shared with the children, in an effort to minimize physical contact.  If your child needs a gluten free wafer, please let me know.

We will celebrate Holy Cross Day Eucharist on Tuesday.  It is a dress uniform day.  Lower School and the PLC will have Eucharist at 8:00AM, Middle School at 8:45AM, and High School at 9:35AM.  Children in Second grade and older will have the opportunity to come forward to receive a wafer during the Eucharist or a blessing. I will explain all of this during the service to the children. Students in First grade and the PLC will be dismissed to their classrooms with a blessing before the liturgy of the Eucharist begins.

Parents, you are welcome to join your child during the services on Tuesday, and every day that they are in Jones Gym for chapel.  It is my fervent prayer that we will soon be able to gather as an entire school to celebrate the Eucharist as one body.  However, for the time being, it is the safest choice to continue to gather in smaller groups.

On a personal note, THANK YOU! I did not anticipate being out for two weeks at the beginning of the school year recovering from neck surgery.  Thank you to all of the sweet families and staff who reached out with prayer, food, and love.  A special thank you to Mr. Brashear, Mr. Hutchinson, and Mrs. Scranton who lead our chapel services. It has been wonderful easing back onto campus this week. God is so very good.

Chaplain Paige +

Eighth Grade Fall Chapel Servers
(Wednesday – Friday)

Thursday, September 9
Readers:  Heidi Helderlein, Isabelle Hidalgo
Acolytes:  Anna Lipe, Lia Liu, Sofia Martinez, Katy Jane St. Clair

Friday, September 10
Readers:  Kingston Jimenez, Leopold Krempner
Acolytes:  Caleb Mead, Andreas Sizer, Adelaide Underwood, Blaire Wischmeyer

Wednesday, September 15
Readers:  Kallie Lampe, Benjamin Kunkov
Acolytes:  Jake Watson, Deklan White, Beckham Winter, Erin Brodbeck

Thursday, September 16
Readers:  Emma Lane, Anna Lipe
Acolytes:  CoCo Brown, Nate Bumstead, Harper Burrell, Dylan Caffey

Friday, September 17
Readers:  Lia Liu, Sofia Martinez
Acolytes:  Sebastian and Octavio Cervera, Gabrielle Codding, Mallori Dawson

Wednesday, September 22
Readers:  Caleb Mead, Andreas Sizer
Acolytes:  Willem Duemer, Lauren Evans, Reya Felton, Heidi Helderlein

Thursday, September 23
Readers:  Katy Jane St. Clair, Adelaide Underwood
Acolytes:  Isabelle Hidalgo, Kingston Jimenez, Leopold Krempner, Benjamin Kunkov

Friday, September 24
Readers:  Jack Watson, Deklan White
Acolytes:  Kallie Lampe, Emma Lane, Anna Lipe, Lia Liu

Wednesday, October 6
Readers:  Dylan Caffey, Gabrielle Codding
Acolytes:  Nate Bumstead, Harper Burrell, Sebastian and Octavio Cervera

Thursday, October 7
Readers:  Sebastian and Octavio Cervera
Acolytes:  Gabrielle Codding, Mallori Dawson, Willem Duemer, Lauren Evans

Thursday, October 14
Readers:  Mallori Dawson, Willem Duemer
Acolytes:  Reya Felton, Heidi Helderlein, Isabelle Hidalgo, Kingston Jimenez

Wednesday, October 20
Readers:  Beckham Winter, Blaire Wischmeyer
Acolytes:  Sofia Martinez, Caleb Mead, Andreas Sizer, Katy Jane St. Clair

Thursday, October 21
Readers:  Erin Brodbeck, CoCo Brown
Acolytes:  Adelaide Underwood, Jake Watson, Deklan White, Beckham Winter

Friday, October 22
Readers:  Nate Bumstead, Harper Burrell
Acolytes:  Blair Wischmeyer, Erin Brodbeck, CoCo Brown, Dylan Caffey

Fourth Grade Fall Chapel Servers
(Monday and Tuesday)

Monday, September 13
Readers:  Karter Casey and Max Clark
Acolytes:  Abigail Coon, Kai Cranford, Sophee Gill, Claire Gouvion

Tuesday, September 14 – Holy Cross Eucharist at 8:00AM
Readers:  Addison, Alexa and Aubrey Abbe
Acolytes:  Dahlia Grisham, Aleena Haider, William Henthorn, Sarah Hutchinson

Monday, September 20
Readers:  Abigail Coon, Kai Cranford
Acolytes:  Jaden Imiere, Camille Jimenez, Ellis Key, Analies Liu

Tuesday, September 21
Readers:  Sophee Gill, Claire Gouvion
Acolytes:  Max Clark, Abigail Coon, Kai Cranford, Sophee Gill

Monday September 27
Readers:  Dahlia Grisham, Aleena Haider
Acolytes:  Ziva Rigsby, Mary Shanahan, Keiralei Simek, Charlie Simons

Tuesday, September 28
Readers:  William Henthorn, Sarah Hutchinson
Acolytes:  Ella Smith, Madison Thompson, Makenna Vaughn, Karter Casey

Monday, October 4 – Saint Francis Day Eucharist at 8:00AM
Readers:  Camille Jimenez, Ellis Key
Acolytes:  Claire Gouvion, Dahlia Grisham, William Henthorn, Jaden Imiere

Tuesday, October 5
Readers:  Analies Liu, Elizabeth Longley
Acolytes:  Addison, Alexa and Aubrey Abbe, Avery Andrews

Tuesday, October 12
Readers:  Rylan Oaks, Wyatt Patterson
Acolytes:  Elizabeth Longley, Ziva Rigsby, Keiralei Simek, Madison Pinkston

Monday, October 18
Readers:  Grace Richmond, Mary Shanahan
Acolytes:  Camille Jimenez, Analies Liu, Elizabeth Longley, Rylan Oaks

Tuesday, October 19
Readers:  Ziva Rigsby, Keiralei Simek
Acolytes:  Wyatt Patterson, Madison Pinkston, Grace Richmond, Ella Smith

Monday, October 25
Readers:  Ella Smith, Madison Thompson
Acolytes:  Rylan Oaks, Wyatt Patterson, Charlie Simons, Makenna Vaughn

Tuesday, October 26
Readers:  Makenna Vaughn, TBD
Acolytes:  Avery Andrews, Addison, Alexa and Aubrey Abbe, Madison Thompson

HEALTH AND SAFETY

All Saints continues to be driven by three core principles: the health and safety of students and staff; the adherence to guidelines established by local, state, and federal authorities; and the delivery of the high quality education and support you expect from All Saints.  With this in mind, the administrative team has made some adjustments to the current COVID-19 Mitigation Protocols as of September 7, 2021.  These updates can be found on our school website under the “COVID-19” tab.

PATRIOT SPOTLIGHT

Lunchroom Coordinator Heather Skinner

Christy Hutchinson

New Drink Fridge

Lunchroom Coordinator Heather Skinner is bringing a lot of new changes to the All Saints Kitchen!

New Restaurants
Several new restaurants have been added to the menu.  New restaurants include Tikka Shack, Modo Medi, It’s Greek To Me, Double Dave’s, L&M Catering, and One Guy from Italy. Mrs. Skinner is pleased to welcome back BurgerFi and some other returning favorites include Chick-Fil-A, Taco Villa, Chinese Kitchen, and Qdoba. The kitchen team continues to reach out to a variety of other restaurants to include on our menu, so STAY TUNED.

All Saints Kitchen Lunches
In addition to the local restaurants currently offered, the All Saints kitchen will also be providing some fun menu items and desserts throughout the school year.  “We are focusing on a balanced diet by adding veggies, fruit, and sometimes a fun dessert to all of our menu items,” shared Heather Skinner.   “We are also excited to offer themed menu items for special school events.  This will include Spirit Week, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, All I See Is Red Day and St. Patrick’s Day.”

Forgot a Meal
If your child forgets to bring a meal, no worries.  The Kitchen has Mac and Cheese or Cereal as entrée items along with a drink and side item available.

New Lunchroom Set Up
The lunch line has a new look.  We have set up all extra purchases (chips, cookies, gummies, drinks) in Kirby Commons for students to grab while waiting in line.  There is now a dedicated drink refrigerator in Kirby Commons too.  In addition, a table is conveniently set up with utensils, napkins, plates, and condiments. This has a dual purpose.  This allows our younger students to learn how to make decisions for themselves and it helps the overall flow of the lunch line.

Microwaves
Patriots are once again able to heat up their packed lunches.  All of the microwave stations are set up with plates, napkins, and utensils.
 
Ice Cream Freezer Coming Soon
We will soon have a dedicated freezer for ice cream in Kirby Commons. Ice Cream will be an extra purchase item like chips and cookies.

Volunteers:
All of these wonderful additions are not possible without the help of kitchen volunteers.  Christy Hutchinson helped in the All Saints Kitchen last year and has graciously returned this year.  Christy has been a tremendous help.  She and Heather have worked hard to coordinate new vendors, organize the kitchen, plan menus, and prepare and serve meals. The ASES Kitchen is also welcoming two new volunteers: Amanda Riggs and Teresa Reffreger.  They will be helping at the service window. The Kitchen would love to have some more volunteers!  If you are interested in helping during the lunch hours, please email Heather Skinner (hskinner@allsaintsschool.org).

Homecoming Special Offerings

 

All School News

Parent Group News

Dining Out ~ Frios Back on Campus!
They’re baaaaack! You loved them so much they’re here for an encore – Frios will be on campus Friday, September 17th with their awesome pops!

Fall Festival
Save the Date for Fall Festival on Friday, October 29. Be on the lookout for T-shirt and ticket order forms which will be going out mid-September in Wednesday folders. 

Fall Shopping Day – Save the Date for our Fall shopping day with Drest on September 24. 10% of purchases will benefit All Saints Parent Group.

 

Picture Day – September 14

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Parent Group Volunteers: Volunteers are an important part of helping to make All Saints such a wonderful learning environment for our children. Please use this form to indicate how you would like to be involved with any of the different opportunities that are available at All Saints. Someone will contact you to discuss the area(s) you indicate interest in providing support.

If you have any additional questions, please contact Amanda Riggs at (806) 786-0701 or amanda.riggs@hotmail.com

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSerTK8MhS3L1HD-dGOY_spfkHV1sXZ3ySv2ct_1XBv6g1S2Uw/viewform?usp=sf_link

Concession Stand and Gate Volunteers?
Booster Club is looking for volunteers to help at the upcoming athletic events.  Volunteers will be collecting money at the gate and working in the concession stands.  You do NOT need to have a current Patriot athlete to participate.  Volunteering alongside your child is a great way to get involved at the school and allows students to earn service hours.

How do I sign up to volunteer at athletic events?
It’s easy to get involved. The signup links are located on our school website under the Athletics tab.

Lunchroom Volunteers?
If you are available to work during the lunch hours, Ms. Skinner is looking for more volunteers to help serve lunches. Please contact Heather Skinner at hskinner@allsaintsschool.org to learn more.

PSIA is Back

All Saints is pleased to announce that, after taking off for more than a year, the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) academic, speech, and fine arts competition is back for 2021-2022.  The district meet is scheduled for Saturday, March 5, 2022 at Holy Cross/St. Joseph’s School in Amarillo. The state meet is scheduled for Saturday, May 7, 2022 at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.

PSIA offers opportunities for students in grades 1 through 8 to participate in the following events. (Please note the appropriate grade levels for each event.)

Art Memory (4-8)

Information Skills (5-8)

Mathematics (2-8)

Spelling (2-8)

Creative Writing (1-2)

Ready Writing (3-8)

On-Site Drawing (6-8)

Calculator Applications (6-8)

Listening Skills (4-8)

Music Memory (3-8)

Science (6-8)

Impromptu Speaking (7-8)

Prose Interpretation (4-8)

Dictionary Skills (4-8)

Number Sense (4-8)

Maps, Graphs, & Charts (4-8)

Vocabulary (5-8)

Modern Oratory (7-8)

Storytelling (1-3)

[The rules for each event may be found at the PSIA website http://www.psiaacademics.org/]

If your child is interested in trying out for the All Saints PSIA team to compete at the district meet in March, please notify Dr. Glenn Davis (PSIA Campus Director) (gdavis@allsaintsschool.org), Mr. Greg Hutchinson (Head of Middle School) (ghutchinson@allsaintsschool.org), or Mrs. Rachel Scranton (Head of Lower School) (rscranton@allsaintsschool.org).

The enrollment fee is $10 for each event. (A few events, such as Music Memory, Art Memory, Maps, Graphs, & Charts will have an additional fee for materials as they become available.)

We hope that your child will consider participating this year. Our elementary division team has been the Texas state champions twice in recent years, and our middle school team is a perennial top five finisher. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Davis, Mr. Hutchinson, or Mrs. Scranton.

New Spirit Items

Show Your Patriot Pride
There are new items ready to purchase on our online spirit shop. This includes several items with the new AS logo (the same logo found on our new yard signs), personalized Under Armour or SportTek polos, Sherpa, and a diamond-patterned pullover.  Be sure to get your cold-weather items ordered now!  The weather will get chilly soon.  Go Patriots!

Jones Gym Banner and Patriot Gym Electronic Ad

Would you like to advertise your business?  The All Saints Booster Club has a few available spots in Jones Gym for a new banner or an electronic ad may be added to the Patriot Gym.  If you are interested, please contact Cindy Taylor at ctaylor@allsaintsschool.org or fill out the Banner Form 2021-2022 and mail it to the school along with your payment.

FINE ARTS

Our Middle School Theatre students are leading the homily every Friday in PLC chapel. This past week was the story of Adam and Eve. The PLC students are really enjoying interacting with the older students in this way.

Theatre T-shirts

All Saints Theatre is having a t-shirt fundraiser! Purchasing these super-soft blue shirts supports the All Saints Theatre program, and the shirts are approved as spirit day wear! To place an order, fill out the form and return it, and payment to Mr. Strawbridge in the Black Box Theatre or to the front office by Friday, September 10. Thank you for supporting theatre arts at All Saints!

Click Here for ASP Theatre Order Form

Choir

Choir has gotten off to a great start and will be taught by Ms. Alex Webster! The choir is preparing material for concerts at All Saints and in the community. We are looking forward to Grandparents Day, Fine Arts Night, and Chapel performances on campus. The Silent Wings Museum has kindly invited the choir to perform at their Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11. PSIA is coming up fast this year and we will be working on music theory, music history, and aural skills for students to participate in the Music Memory event.

Ms. Webster is in her second year with All Saints and attended Texas Tech University and earned a Master’s of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance and Pedagogy in May 2020. Her Bachelors of Fine Arts is from Brevard College, where she studied Theatre Performance, Vocal Performance, and Fine Arts Marketing. Other studies include Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, at Stella Adler School of Acting in NYC, and with Transforma Theatre Company in NYC, and the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Favorite professional work includes time at Brevard Music Center, Berkshire Theatre Group, Happy Go Lucky Museum NYC, and Transforma Theatre.

She is in her second year as an Artist in Residence at the Charles Adams Studio Project running an interdisciplinary performance studio. She has been developing new performance works using tools from theatre, music, dance, performance art, and visual art.

For anyone interested in joining the choir, please send Mr. Hutchinson (ghutchinson@allsaintsschool.org) and/or Ms. Webster (awebster@allsaintsschool.org) an email!

PLC/LS NEWS

Grade Level Parent Nights
We are looking forward to seeing all Lower School parents at the upcoming Grade Level Parent Nights.  Following is the schedule.

First Grade – Tonight, Sept. 8, 6-7:00 p.m.
Second Grade – Sept. 9, 6-7:00 p.m.
Third Grade – Sept. 13, 6-7:00 p.m.
Fourth Grade – Sept. 14, 6-7:00 p.m.

All meetings will be held in the Band Hall.  Childcare is provided with a pizza dinner for kids!

MIDDLE SCHOOL COACHES CORNER

Cross Country
Our middle school cross country team opened their season with the Rust Buster Relays held at Lubbock Christian University.  Teams of two runners competed with a total of three miles in all, each running 1.5 miles at separate times. Our girls’ team of Reya Felton and Rebecca Richmond led our Patriot girls and MS boys were led by Sebastian Cervera, Jaden Fuller, Andreas Sizer and West Osborne.  Congratulations to all of our hardworking runners.

The HS and MS cross country teams will compete in the Chap Invite this Saturday, Sept. 18th at LCU located 2604 Dover Ave. 79407. It looks like great weather, so I have decided to take the new tent out. Parents I am asking for some assistance setting it up and taking it down.
Time Schedule:
JH Girls 2M: 8:00am
JH Boys 2M: 8:20am
Elementary mile: 8:45am
HS Girls 2M: 9:00am
Hs Girls 5K: 9:25am
HS Boys 5K: 9:55am

Coach Dino Jones

Volleyball
The middle school volleyball team is getting better every day. We’ve had games against Trinity and Lubbock Christian and the hard work the girls have put in is definitely showing. The girls’ Patriot spirit shows immensely! We want the fans who have been coming out to support us to know we appreciate them!  We will be competing at home this weekend at the All Saints Volleyball Tournament.  The seventh grade will play in Jones Gym at 4:00 p.m. against KPA and the eighth grade will play in the Patriot Gym at 4:00 p.m. vs. Southcrest.  Tournament brackets are found below.  We’d love for everyone to come out and cheer on our girls. GO, PATRIOTS!  Coach Gonzales

All Saints 7th Grade Volleyball Tournament 2021

All Saint 8th Grade Volleyball Tournament 2021

Yes!  I’d like to sign up to help in the concession or at the gate this weekend at the All Saints Volleyball Tournament.

*Students need to have an adult work alongside them.  If your child is in NJHS or is a High School student, they may earn volunteer hours.  Mrs. Belk has offered DOUBLE hours to all high school students who volunteer this weekend!  

HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

Student Council Election

High School Chapel
High School chapel is under different leadership this year.  The year has begun with students “finding their word” led by Head of School Robert Brashear.  The lessons are based on a best-selling book titled One Word that will change your life.  The students meet in Patriot Gym on Mondays for a lecture and then break into small group discussions led by different staff members on Wednesdays.   A heartfelt appreciation to Mr. Brashear and to the following small group chapel leaders for their time and devotion to high school students:  Mrs. Binion, Mrs. Beasley, Mrs. Belk, Dr. Carpenter, Dr. Davis, Mrs. Higgins, Mr. Hutchinson, Mrs. Martin, Mr. Simons, Mrs. Taylor and Dr. Wigner.

College Advising and Planning
Over the past few weeks, Mrs. Belk and Mrs. Edmonson have been meeting with each grade level to go over important academic information along with college admissions and financial aid.

Senior Parent Meeting
Monday, Sept. 13
5:30 pm in Kirby Commons
Senior parents are invited to attend a meeting covering specific information on helping their child navigate their senior year as they prepare for college.  Detailed information will be given related to college admissions and financial aid.
 
Junior Parent Meeting
Wednesday, Sept. 29
5:30 pm in Kirby Commons
Junior parents are invited to attend a meeting covering specific information on helping their child prepare for the school year ahead and into the summer in order to be ready for college admissions.  Detailed information will be given related to college admissions and financial aid.

HIGH SCHOOL COACHES CORNER

Cross Country
Our high school cross country team competed at the Rust Buster Relays held at Lubbock Christian University.  Teams of two runners completed a total of three miles in all for our girls and six miles in all for our boys.  The girls were led by senior Ella Aycock and our boys’ team was led by two junior runners, Diego Cervera and Lee Taylor.  All of our Patriot runners did a great job and worked hard.

The HS and MS cross country teams will compete in the Chap Invite this Saturday, Sept. 18 at LCU located 2604 Dover Ave. 79407. It looks like great weather, so Coach Jones has decided to take the new tent out. Parents, please plan to come early and assistance setting it up and taking it down.
Time Schedule:
JH Girls 2M: 8:00am
JH Boys 2M: 8:20am
Elementary mile: 8:45am
HS Girls 2M: 9:00am
Hs Girls 5K: 9:25am
HS Boys 5K: 9:55am

Coach Dino Jones

Football
After a very hard week of work and adversity, we traveled to Lazbuddie and played a very competitive game coming back from a 24-6 deficit to a 46-58 win. As a team we grew so much, learning a lot about each other and how to play best together. Everyone found a way to get better and help the team. This builds a lot of confidence as we get closer to district play.  Coach Jeremy Binion

Our new bleachers are almost complete. Thank you to the generous donors who made this possible and to Wayne Collins and his crew (and volunteers) who have helped set up the bleachers.

Tennis
Following our previous report All Saints Patriots tennis is now 6-3 after taking HUGE wins over 4A Pecos (14-5) and 4A Fort Stockton (15-4) respectively. We look to build upon the season in the next few days as we will take on 4A Big Springs, 4A Andrews, and TAPPS Midland Trinity. This group continues to grow every week as one of the most dominant teams All Saints has produced. I’m extremely excited for what the rest of the season holds for us.  Coach Tucker Richolson

Volleyball
After competing in three big tournaments to start the season, HS volleyball took last week off from competition and focused on practice. We are back at it this week with games against Friona, Shallowater, and Littlefield.  I’m really proud of these girls and their commitment every single game.  Coach Levi Savage