ASR Golf Outing 2015

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          • Check-in 11:00am
          • Welcome Lunch 11:00am.
          • Shotgun tee off  1:00pm.
          • Golf Package
            • Golf, Lunch & Dinner: $250.00
            • Dinner Only:  $100.00.
          • All Inclusive:
            • Golf Carts
            • Driving Range
            • Greens Fees
            • Food and Beverages
            • Open Bar
Great Raffle Prizes      Delicious Dinner
from 
the Chef of
Engineers CC
Century Raffle Drawing

 

Whether you can attend or not, all donated products and services greatly appreciated!

Visit All Saints Regional Catholic School

Your child will be a Star SignIf you would like to visit All Saints Regional Catholic School, please call at any time to arrange a tour, or visit one of our Open Houses:

Tours are available in English or Spanish.

 

 

 

ASR is located in an historic building on a bucolic hillside in Glen Cove, on the famed "Gold Coast" of Long Island.

Reigning nobly on the hilltop campus of Saint Patrick Catholic Church in Glen Cove, All Saints Regional Catholic School brings together a century of Catholic education among the Catholic Parishes on the Gold Coast in a venerable neo-gothic building, combining that heritage with a new preparatory school model and the latest innovations in instruction and technology. Drawing students from beyond its five founding parishes, All Saints’ dynamic leadership and outstanding faculty of men and women enthusiastically embody the school’s mission of offering children a positive, safe and healthy learning environment in which they can gain a foundation for future academic success, personal achievement, social commitment and character formation.

 

New at ASR:

  • Daily period of fifteen minutes of prayer and meditation for  Grades Three through Eight.
  • Increased instruction in grammar so that the children will enjoy confidence in their ability to craft meaningful and accurate sentences.
  • A studies skills period at the start of each day that aims to equip our students with the  tools to master the foundations of English Language Arts and Mathematics .
  • A new Math/Science curriculum for Grades Seven and Eight  that includes an accelerated Math Course for those who qualify in addition to Grade Seven Math. Grade Eight  shall take Earth Science (NYS Regents) and for those who qualify, Integrated Algebra (NYS Regents), in addition to Grade  Eight Math.
  • The entire school will undertake an exciting year long STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) Project.
  • Expanded Classroom Dance Program:  Basic Ballroom Dancing for Grade Four;   advanced levels for Grades Five and Six.
  • An increased spectrum of opportunities for education in musical instruments and the performing arts.
  • Two classes of physical education a week aimed at giving our students self-mastery and self-confidence.

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The Headmaster’s Ball 2014

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 All Saints Regional Catholic School of Glen Cove will be continuing a gala tradition started last year by celebrating their Second Annual “Headmaster’s Ball”.  The theme of this year’s Ball is “A Venetian Masquerade”.This dazzling affair honors several local families and dignitaries and is an occasion not to be missed.Those who attended last year’s glittering event called it the “Event of the Year”, and this year’s Ball is shaping up to exceed even that dazzling event.  This year’s Ball is moving to an even grander setting, the historic Glen Cove Mansion.The format of the evening is “mansion style”.  Accommodating more than three hundred guests, the picturesque Glen Cove Mansion is not only the perfect setting for A Venetian Masquerade, it is also very conveniently located and offers a variety of additional amenities.  For instance, a package is available to guests who wish to spend the night and continue the festivities into Sunday morning:  deluxe overnight accommodation and brunch at a steep discount.Those who attend the Ball will enjoy a live orchestra and dancing; and will have will have the freedom to enjoy the entire Mansion, since will be no formal seating.  They may stroll through the many elegant rooms of the Mansion and, enjoying hors d’oeuvres here and stopping for dinner there, and there will be full bars throughout.Come and be a part of this unique combination of an old-world legacy with the local tradition of Gold Coast revelry and entertainment!
  • $195 per ticket
  • White Tie Preferred
  • Festive Masks Encouraged
Weekend Package at the Glen Cove Mansion:

  • Deluxe double room accommodation:
    Special Rate:  159.99

  • All Saints Breakfast
    $16.95 per person
    Served until 11:00am

     

    Accommodations and brunch may be arranged directly with the Glen Cove Mansion at 516-671-6400.

This Year’s Honorees:

MONSIGNOR JAMES F. PEREDA, J.C.D., Pastor, St. Paul the Apostle Parish

MARIE AGOSTA, St. Boniface Martyr Parish

 MARIO AND LINDA REALI, St. Rocco Parish

ALFRED AND MARYANNE SMALL, St. Patrick Parish

Please email
any questions to:
AllSaintsFFA@outlook.com
or call 516-676-0762 x200
In preparation for the Ball, the All Saints FFA has arranged for complimentary ballroom dance lessons!All those that purchase tickets to the Headmaster’s Ball are invited to take advantage of complimentary professional ballroom dance lessons, Monday evenings January 13th, 20th and 27th,  starting promptly at 8:00pm.Location: Ballroom Legacy
185 A Glen Cove Avenue, Sea Cliff, NY 11579
(516) 609-3269
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Discounted Tuxedo Rental Packages:

Victor Talbot’s of Greenvale
You must mention All Saints Headmaster’s Ball
(516) 625-1787

ASR STAR Newspaper

The Newspaper Club produces our school newspaper, the “ASR Star”

The first issue will be available in school and online on Wednesday, December 18, 2013!!

Moderators:
Kevin Horton (Editor in Chief, “Gold Coast Gazette“);
Kieran Lynch (Editor in Chief, St. John’s University “Torch” and ASR graduate)

Grades:  6 through 8 and advanced elementary grade students

This club provides students with the opportunity to develop their writing and editing skills.

Newspaper club members conduct interviews, report on school news, write articles and poetry, and learn how to layout produce a newspaper which is published and shared with the school community.