Academics & Grading

Grade Code for Grades K-8

A                             93-100%
A-                            90-92%
B+                           87-89%
B                             83-86%
B-                            80-82%
C+                           77-79%
C                             73-76%
C-                            70-72%
D+                           67-69%
D                             63-66%
D-                            60-62%
F                              0-59%

Academic Offerings

  • Spanish is taught in kindergarten through eighth grade.

  • Children at all grade levels are provided a variety of learning opportunities through field experiences in and around the community.

  • All students are taught religion daily. A children's mass is celebrated every Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. Families are welcome to attend.

  • Students gain knowledge and experience in business through Junior Achievement and Biz Town.

  • Band-Students begin learning instrumental music in 5th grade under the tutelage of Sara Hawkins.  Individual student lessons and summer band lessons are available.  Opportunities to perform in and attend many different concerts and marching band extravaganzas.
  • Middle-School students are provided enrichment opportunities in sewing, creative writing, and sports and leisure activities. Eighth-grade students who qualify have the option of taking an algebra class at Assumption High School on a daily basis. Transportation is provided from Assumption to All Saints.
  • All Saints enjoys a unique partnership with St. Ambrose University who provide our students with interest and needs-based instruction and assistance.
  • All volunteers, student teachers, & staff are certified in VIRTUS Protecting God's Children training.  Interested in volunteering at All Saints? Contact us and Get certified in VIRTUS at www.virtus.org/virtus

MIDDLE SCHOOL LATE WORK POLICY

Art projects can be turned in within the quarter for full credit.

Band lessons can be made up within the quarter for full credit.

If a student has late daily work, they may receive half credit if it is turned in within one day of the due date.

For major assignments and projects, each day it is turned in late, there will be a 10% deduction.

Parents should contact the classroom teacher for special circumstances to be addressed.

Students have two days for each day they are absent to turn in their make-up work.

Students and parents can monitor late and missing assignments through Powerschool. 

Spanish homework can be turned in before the quiz/test for that section.

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