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A Message from the Principal
Congratulations to five All Saints alumni: Lindsey Calise, Genesis Hill and Caitlin Saint Louis ( freshmen at Trinity Catholic High School) and Justine and Jaclyn Zerrusen ( freshmen at McMahon)! They are playing JV volleyball in high school this year. They are all having a great time and love the sport.

Congratulations to Jayden Fickens. He performed in his 3rd Amadeus Annual Music in the Park concert in Stamford. A simple celebration and rare opportunity to play a Steinway outdoors, he performed with both beginners and professionals. Great job!

Bake Sale
We will be having a Bake Sale during all lunches on Tuesday 10/23 and Wednesday 10/24. If you are interested in donating a baked / bought item for our Bake Sale, please contact Janet Mitchell - We do accept donations brownies, cookies, cupcakes, donuts, etc., as well as donations of fruit cups for a healthier option. If your child would like to purchase an item from the Bake Sale, please send them in with $1. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE SPRING MUSICAL, THE LITTLE MERMAID. Thank you for your continued generosity!
Fall Festival Sunday
Our Fall Festival will be held on Sunday, October 21 from 12:00-4:00PM on the  front lawn. We will have a variety of food trucks, crafters and vendors, a DJ and dancing , a magic show, pony rides and a petting zoo, flowers, pumpkins, games and other surprises!  Come join us for lunch, music and fun!

Family Halloween Dance
The Family Halloween Dance (grades PK-5) will take place on Friday evening, October 26, at 6:30PM. Volunteers are needed to set up and clean up as well as to donate baked goods. Please call Karen Guerrero 203-803-7708 or email Kalu1983@aol.

Halloween Parade
Our Halloween Parade will take place outside on the track on Wednesday, October 31, at 10:45AM. The children will begin lining up in the school building and walk once around the track at 10:45. Parents are invited to the parade. 
Please go directly to the track outside. (In case of rain, we will have the parade in the gym.) After the parade, the students ONLY will return to the classrooms.

It is an EARLY DISMISSAL DAY. There will be will be NO EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM , no extra help or peer tutoring, no after school sports programs, no clubs and no basketball practices on Halloween. Please be on time for pick up.

All students in grades PK- 8 may wear their costumes to school. Middle School students may choose to either wear a costume or have a " Black and Orange" Dress Down Day. Be sure that your child's costume is comfortable for them to wear. Costumes need to be appropriate for a Catholic School. Please: NO masks (make up is OK), NO props, NO weapons and NO "skimpy"costumes. 

The teachers will ask for help if they need it. For the most part, they will give their own small celebrations. Please do not send in any treats to school unless you are specifically directed to do so by the teacher or room mothers. Please be respectful of this request. It will help the event flow smoother. Any questions concerning this event please contact the school office.

Birthday Grams are Back!!
The super popular Birthday Gram is back for the 2018-2019 school year! A team of talented drama club members will deliver a goodie bag full of surprises, a t-shirt announcing that it is their birthday that they may wear all day, and best of all - a personalized birthday song from the drama club. All this is available for the new, low price of $25. Sign up is easy - use this following link to book online.Questions? Contact Leanne O'Hara at

Box Tops Collection Challenge:
Please send in Box Tops to your child's classroom by Friday October 19th. The classroom with the most Box Tops will win Ice Cream Sandwiches! Our goal this year is $1,000 and every Box Top helps towards our goal!
See you at the Fall Festival !
Mrs. Dunn
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