News & Announcements

Spirit Day  Friday, May 8th

This Friday is our monthly Spirit Day. Students may free dress in appropriate clothes for school. No tank tops, short shorts or open toe shoes. Spirit shirts not required for this Friday.This month's Spirit Day  will be  our annual campaign to support the Diocesan's Beacon of Hope Scholarship Fund. Students that bring in at least a $1 donation will receive a heart to sign and display at school. If families would like to make a larger, tax deductible donation to the Beacon of Hope Scholarship Program, checks should be made payable to Beacon of Hope Scholarship Fund. Additional information about Diocesan Scholarships and efforts is always available at www.higherpoweredlearning.org

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Drama Club to Perform Go West  

Our Drama club has been rehearsing and are almost ready to perform the musical, Go West. Save the date of next Friday, May 15th for a pasta dinner and show here at All Saints Catholic Academy. Dinner will be served from 5:30 -6:15 and the curtain goes up at 6:30 for the production of Go West. Dinner and show reservation requests will be in your child's backpack on Thursday. Thank you to our music teacher, Miss Drewello, for her commitment outside the classroom to create a drama club and bring to the big stage our first musical is a long time. View the flyer & ticket order form.

Parent Survey  

In an effort to improve system practices, the Diocese of Albany is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/9405611 Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. 

As an incentive to meet the required number of parent/guardian surveys, please print (or screen shot)the final confirmation page of the survey and let that serve as a dress down pass for your child(ren). Only 1 survey per household is allowed. The deadline is May 22nd (DEADLINE EXTENDED). In the event you do not have enough information to answer a question, a response of 3 or Neutral should be used. 

I want to thank you for your continued support to improve our school and your dedication as we proceed through the accreditation process.

Middle School Poetry Cafe 

WHO? ASCA's Middle School Students
WHERE? ASCA's Gathering Space
WHEN? Tuesday, May 19 at 6:30 pm

WHY?  To share student-created poetry and to enjoy delicious café-style treats and beverages to raise money for the 5th grade trip.

View and download the flyer here.

Evening Out June 10th at The Point 

Our annual fundraising event to raise funds for academic and extra-curricular programs is set for June 10th at The Point on Madison Ave. from 7:00-9:00pm.

The planning for this great evening out is in full swing and I need your help. I am looking to secure gift certificates and other donated items for the raffles, auctions and balloon pop. With over 130 families attending our school, if every family secures at least 1 item, the success of the raffles and balloon pop will be outstanding- only to benefit the children.  I have attached a letter you may use at local businesses to request a donation item. No amount of a certificate is too little or too high. 

I thank the team that is working with me to help create a wonderful night out to benefit the students. Family invites will be coming home soon. 

Thank you again for your continued support of the academic and extra-curricular endeavors all the students at All Saints Catholic Academy benefit from. View and download the flyer and ticket order form here.

Chubby Chico Charm Bracelets 

The 6th Grade is selling Chubby Chico custom made All Saints Catholic Academy charm bracelets to raise money for their 6th grade field trip. View and download the flyer and order form here.

Our Mission

All Saints Catholic Academy is committed to providing the highest quality Catholic education emphasizing faith formation and academic development within a safe and compassionate learning environment.

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