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    8:15 AM-3:00 PM


    8:15 AM - 11:15 AM


    6:45 AM -  6:00 PM



    7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

    3:15 PM - 6:00 PM


    7:30 AM - 3:45 PM

  • The Extended Care Program offers before and after school care for students in grades K-8. Students participate in individual, small group and large group activities both indoors and outdoors. Families are charged per hour on the days their child is checked into Extended Care. The Extended Care program runs before school from 7:00 to 8:00 AM in the school cafeteria. After school, the program runs from 3:15 to 6:00 PM. Any students not picked up by their parent at 3:30 will automatically be checked into Extended Care. All students must be signed in/out and be walked in and out of the building by an adult. 

    Extended Care Policy

    Extended Care Registration

  • Family Handbooks provide students, parents and staff with a common understanding of policies, procedures and expectations for All Saints Catholic School.


    Middle School Student Handbook

    Early Learning Center

  • Parents are expected to help children be in compliance with the school uniform code. At All Saints Catholic School we wear

    uniforms in order to:

    •    Represent our Catholic school image
    • ž Help instill discipline which contributes to academic success and other endeavors in life
    • ž Discourage differences brought about by various income levels, thus eliminating unnecessary peer pressure and allowing the attention of the students to be directed to learning
    • ž Assure that the dress standards of the school emphasize neatness
    • ž Promote an image of pride both at and away from school and help create a positive climate of discipline and responsibility
    • ž Promote an attitude of moderation and modesty
    • ž Provide cost effective clothing that is easily maintained


    Service takes many forms at All Saints Catholic School. Activities such as the Advent Coat and Shoe Drive in which students earn money in order to purchase warm coats and shoes for children at St. Francis House encourages students to empathize with those in need. Students participate in monthly service projects that benefit various community organizations. Students also demonstrate their willingness to serve by acting as altar servers at their local parishes, participating in ongoing collections for local food banks, helping care for the school and parish grounds, and visiting area retirement centers and nursing homes to help celebrate Mass. We are proud that students at All Saints willingly serve those in need.


    At All Saints, we believe that learning takes place both inside the classroom and outside in the community.  While we are currently on pause for students taking field trips to indoor venues, we hope to resume these as soon as it is safe and healthy.

    In addition to students exploring the community through field trips, many organizations bring their programs to the school. In past years we have had Thistle Theater Puppet Show, Pacific Science Center, Seattle Opera, Museum of Flight Flying Gizmo Show, Traveling Lantern Theater, Bricks for Kids, and the Puyallup Fair Traveling Farm.


    In addition to the outstanding academic preparation students receive in the classroom, All Saints offers many before and after school activities to provide enrichment for students. Current Enrichment activities include:

    • Band grades 5-8 (instruction provided at Bellarmine Prep School)
    • CYO grades K-8 (temporarily on hold due to health and safety concerns)
    • Hiking Club grades 7-8
    • Camping Club grade 8

    We hope to add more student activities when we are safely able to do so.


    Our middle school students participate in elective classes. There are many offerings throughout the year and may include:

    • Woodshop
    • Yearbook
    • Cooking
    • Photography
    • Art
    • Technology


    All Saints Catholic School has many long-standing traditions and we are adding new ones, too! Some of the fun traditions we have at All Saints are:

    • Cattle Drive Parade
    • Fair Parking Fundraiser
    • Trunk-or-Treat
    • Living Saints Museum
    • All Saints Day Celebration
    • Stations of the Nativity
    • 8th Grade Retreats
    • Donuts with Dad
    • Muffins with Mom
    • Living Stations of the Cross
  • Student safety is a top concern at All Saints. To volunteer in the school you must go through Safe Environment training. Please register through Virtus to complete a background check and register for a Safe Environment class. Please contact the school office if you have questions.

  • The responsibilities of the school commission, in cooperation with the pastor and principal, include recommending a mission statement for the school grounded in the Catholic faith tradition, recommending policy, setting long range goals for the school, developing means to finance the school (including tuition structures, financial development, and fundraising), promoting communication, public relations, and evaluating the school’s goals and plans.

    School Commission 2021-22 School Year

    Chairperson: Mike Barsoski

    Vice- Chair: Erika Uhl

    Parent Org Representative: Nicole Bennett

    Member: Alice Milam

    Member: Connie Grace

    Member: Nikole Fargher

    Member: Jennifer Dvorak

  • All parents and guardians with children enrolled at All Saints Catholic School are members of the Parent Organization. The purpose of this organization is to provide educational, emotional, financial, and spiritual support for the students, parents and staff of All Saints School.

    More specifically, the Parent Organization exists to:

    • Promote school and parish spirit through its sponsored activities
    • Provide cultural, educational and civic enrichment opportunities for parents
    • Support the school staff and students through fundraising and commitment hours
    • Maintain good communication between home and school
    • Provide a vehicle through which parents can provide service to the school

    Sponsored Items

    The Parent Association sponsors many activities and events throughout the school year including the Fall Carnival, school assemblies, recess equipment, Book Fair, staff appreciation lunches, and many additional activities.


    The Parent Association also runs several of the school fundraising programs including cookie dough sales, Christmas wreaths, candy sales, box tops, and used uniforms.

    Volunteering Opportunities

    Getting involved in the Parent Association is a great way to get to know the other parents and earn your commitment hours! Parent Association has numerous school events and fundraisers with volunteering opportunities. If you are interesting in volunteering for any of these events, please contact the Parent Org. Board.

    • Parent/Student Orientation
    • Run-Walk-Read
    • Trunk-or-Treat
    • Used Uniforms Sales
    • Fundraiser Product Distribution
    • Box Top & Label for Education Clipping & Collection