Sister Jeannette Daily, SSJ - Principal
The community of All Saints Regional Catholic School, based on Christís covenant with the world, inspires students to realize their full potential as followers of Jesus. Our purpose is to educate children, each of whom is endowed by our Creator with their own unique gifts and talents, by encouraging them to become spirit-filled, lifelong learners who bring life to the gospel through service to others.
Our mission is to empower our students to meet the demands and challenges of a rapidly changing and morally complex world. Extra curricular activities and Christian service programs compliment the academic and spiritual life of the school community. Emphasis is placed on each studentís ability to develop into an intellectually mature and responsible young person of faith, vision and purpose who continues to grow as an adult in relationship with our world, our Church, and our God.
Welcome Letter from Our Principal
WELCOME TO A NEW SCHOOL YEAR! Wednesday, September 3, 2014 begins a new school year for the families of All Saints! Many of us love the summer, most often the students, but teachers do as well and me, too! It is a time for us to take some deep breaths, enjoy one another a little more with less rushing around, maybe!?
One of the joys of my summer has been to go out to my garden and pick my own tomatoes and lettuce, green beans, zucchini and even strawberries. I am so grateful to the family who prepared the soil and planted the crop and even chose the tomato cages to match our school colors. THIS SCHOOL YEAR we will begin, (more correctly, add to what our Garden Club and Mr. Carr's HYDROPONICS does already), a program for all of the students. This program we hope will grow over the next couple years. Lots more information will be available in the coming weeks.
As many of you know we have some changes to our faculty. We welcome to our staff, Mr. Gambino. Mr. Gambino was a student at ASRC and was in our first graduating class. He is a graduate of Berkeley, Boston's premier school of music. As a percussionist he will continue the good work of Mr. McElroy and hopes to enlarge our Jazz Band.
We are also very happy to have Mrs. Amato join us again. This time as a volunteer. She will continue to work with students that are in need of extra help with Math. Mrs. Rose that many of you know and whose children attend ASRC will be assisting Mrs. Rienzi in first grade. Our other assistants who will continue helping our younger children are Mrs. Ruyak and Mrs. Zepecki.
Thank you to our PTA President Karen Sorbara who will coordinate the Lunch and Recess Program.
A surprise is in store for students (and parents) interested in knowing what our Spring Broadway musical will be! The announcement is hidden in plain sight?! Ms. DeCataldo, Mrs. Ruyak will be co directors with the able assistance of Mrs. Vicki Hay. More info will be coming in a few months about the show and the musical plans for the next few months.
Some of our current staff will be found in some "new places" throughout the building as they continue to serve our children as mentors and guides in their roles as "educator." I personally want to thank the staff present and past for their dedication to our students. It is they who continue to shine a light on one of the best kept secrets in Southern Ocean County, ASRC!
We wish all God's blessings on those who have taken on other roles in their lives. Ms. Barber who continues to care for her dear Mother, Mrs. Bisignano, who shares her time with her family, her Dad, and her niece and nephew. Every now and then we may just see her in our halls! Mrs. Pitner who can be found on most days working hard and enjoying LBI. Mr. McElroy, recently married, is a new faculty member at Monmouth University. We also will miss Mrs. Nardo who can be found these days at So Reg. Middle School in the school's office. She helped so many of us in the front office, coordinated numerous activities including bussing all while keeping a smile. Mrs. Motsch and her family have moved to Florida and she is already helping another school and their preschool children. Mrs. Bruno is just across the yard from us. She has taken on the role of Youth Minister for St. Mary's. I wish to personally thank all of these GREAT PEOPLE who combined have given over 70 years to our All Saints community and will never be forgotten for their dedication to ALL SAINTS! We miss each one but All Saints is better for having them be a part of who we are!
Have a HAPPY, GOOD SCHOOL YEAR, ONE AND ALL, S. Jeannette Daily, ssj Principal
ASRC Wish List
Our Wish List: We continue to rely on your generosity. We are greatly in need of microphones for school performances, 42 inch flat screen TV, and donations toward a dishwasher for school cafeteria. Corporate donations are always appreciated. If you work for or are retired from a corporation that participates in a grant program, please obtain a grant application for us to complete. Click on the word "more" for a list of items that we need. All donations may be made in honor or memory of a loved one. Please call the school with any questions about donations. 609-597-3800
What's New At ASRC
Orton Gillingham Scholar On Thursday, May 29, 2014, Mrs. Kraft received her Orton Gillingham Teacher Certificate and Children's Dyslexia Centers of NJ Initial Certification during the Graduation Ceremony of Orton Scholars from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Emergency Drill Information
Please review the emergency drill information by clicking on the word "More."
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