(Scroll down to read about the special Capital Campaign donations announced at the Legacy Event!)
MIDDLE SCHOOL GROUNDBREAKING
As the sun was rising on the morning of April 17th, a new day was dawning at All Saints with the Middle School Groundbreaking. Faculty, students, and parents gathered to celebrate the upcoming construction of a new Middle School facility, the remodeling of the current Middle School building as well as the addition of new technology and robotics programming for students K-12. The ceremony was followed by a special chapel service in which students and guests had the opportunity to dedicate a stone to be placed in the foundation of the new building. Thanks to all who were a part of creating this memorable day for the school!
We hope that every All Saints family will make a commitment to be a part of this exciting new project by participating in the Building On Strength campaign. Your gift will bring new educational opportunities focused on technology and robotics along with new state of the art facilities. Pledges and gifts to the campaign may be made in the Advancement Office or by contacting Celeste Thompson @ email@example.com or 745-7701.
LOWER SCHOOL ATHLETES ARE THE FIRST TO ENJOY THE NEW TRACK
All Saints celebrated a new era of track and field on May 1st with the ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening of the new
track. All Saints Board Trustees and athletic director Robert Brashear joined together to cut the ribbon as Headmaster Bruce
Latta pronounced the track officially open. Coach Brashear said that the new track will provide a first class experience for
our athletes and students in the P.E. program, as well as providing a top rate venue for track and field events hosted by the
school. Many thanks to the generous donors who contributed to the new track! We thank you for your commitment to the
students of All Saints!