Corning Enterprises has approved our grant request to purchase new computers to replace ALL of our school computers including classrooms and lab areas. Additionally teachers and staff members will receive new laptops for lesson planning, instruction and building operations.This is a HUGE step forward with technology use at All Saints Academy. The new equipment should be in place by the end of the summer in preparation for the start of the 2014 - 2015 school year.
Corning Enterprises continues to support our community, schools, and, most of all, our students whether in private or public schools their impact is huge. Thank you Corning Enterprises.
The Seton Neumann Award winner is longtime community volunteer and fundraiser Jean Cortright. The award is given to a person that has distinguished him or herself as a special friend of All Saints Academy as demonstrated through "Outstanding Service and Commitment to Catholic School Education" and is selected by the vote of previous Seton Neumann Award Winners. The award was announced at the 2014 All Saints Academy Celebrate Spring Gala Fundraiser held April 5th at the Corning Radisson Hotel.
Jean has dedicated herself to our parish school for many, many years. Recognition of Jean through the Seton Neumann Award has been long overdue! Jean has been instrumental in advancing our schools success through many facets of our operations, including being a member of the School Committee with heavy emphasis on fundraising efforts. She is a light and guidepost as an alumnus, parishioner and esteemed member of the community.
The award honors two pioneers in Catholic education, Elizabeth Ann Seton, who started the first free Catholic school in America and was later canonized by the church, and Bishop John Neumann, the first to organize a diocesan Catholic school system.
All Saints Academy announces the Annual Running of the Saints 5K to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 7 starting and finishing at Craig Park, Painted Post. Pre-registration postmarked by May 30th. Race day registration beginning at 9 a.m. and closing promptly at 9:50 a.m. Entry fee $15/person with maximum of $50/family.The course starts and finishes at Craig Park in the Village of Painted Post. The course route weaves through the Village on the community bike path. The course is 5K (3.1 miles) and mostly flat. Further details and registration material can be downloaded here. Questions: Contact Kristen Ketchum at email@example.com or 962-2045.
All proceeds support All Saints Academy's Scholarship Fund.