Academically strong, however, many children were pushed to take ADHD drugs and the school pushed children with only 5 - 10 minute recess. They made the children march during their breaks in circles. They were also expected to put their heads on the tables for silent lunches. Starting in third grade they would send them home with three hours of homework. The Administration felt this is the way to handle children.
The teachers at ASCS make time for children. They work long hours. They care for our children and put so much of themselves into their jobs. They care about the academic and personal development of the children. I am very glad as a parent to know that every day my child is going someplace where he is appreciated and cared for. I am very grateful for the teachers at All Saints.
By serving as good role models and ensuring an environment of trust and respect, All Saints Catholic School contributes to the development of respect in students. Families also play a significant role in this.
Children are asked to put themselves in someone else's shoes to understand what they are going through. Classroom behavior is disciplined and respectful. Children know they can approach a teacher or a member of staff and that they will care enough to do something about their problem.