All Hallows Elementary School



April 18, 2021

  • April 18 - 24, 2021, is National Volunteer Week and set aside to acknowledge the work of those who enrich our lives on a daily basis through volunteerism. We extend gratitude and thanks to those who support our learning community in many ways. Thank you for your services to the students at All Hallows Elementary School.

  • Thursday, April 22 is Earth Day. We will mark the day through discussions and lessons on ways we can work together to make our planet sustainable for generations to come.

  • Friday, April 23 is a KInderStart day at our school. It is the first time this year that we have been able to welcome students and parents for next year's Kindergarten class to the building. To accommodate this, there are no regular Kindergarten classes on Friday.

  • Please note that classes begin each day with bus arrivals at 8:15 AM. Students move directly from buses into their classrooms for the commencement of instruction. This process takes about 6 minutes.

  • It is a privilege at this school that we are able to accommodate all of our students on school buses. Therefore, students who are assigned to a bus should consider using it in the morning as well as in the afternoon. Parents who drop students off in the morning are asked to be mindful of the school start time and to ensure that children are ready and able to disembark quickly. This will enable vehicles in the drop-off lane to move through efficiently and for students to arrive in class on time.

April 16, 2021

April 12, 2021, marked 41 years since Terry Fox started his Marathon of Hope in St. John's Newfoundland. We continue to honor his legacy and support his dream. We are sharing stories and hearing from others, including Sydney Crosby, about why Terry Fox is a role model for him. Check out the link below for additional information on our Canadian hero.


This is to advise that NLESD has once again decided to have KinderStart sessions at the school site. The first session for children and caregivers is scheduled for April 23. Additional sessions will be held on May 14, June 4 and June 11, 2021.

We will be in touch in the next few days with the details including group lists and times.

The Terry Fox - Marathon of Hope

Forty-one years ago, on April 12, Terry Fox dipped his foot into the Atlantic Ocean in Newfoundland and transformed the course of cancer research in Canada. The suffering he saw in the cancer wards after his diagnosis compelled him to act. Terry was an innovator, fundraiser, athlete, humanitarian. His Marathon of Hope is 41 years old; his message remains timeless.

We are excited to share the Terry Fox Foundation's Spring Break "Terry" Activities to help you keep your kids busy and inspired on break. You'll find loads of stuff to do including word puzzles, coloring pages, a scavenger hunt and even a reading of "Terry Fox and Me" by Fred Fox.

Stay safe and have fun! #tryliketerry

AHE - To Parents, March 17, 2021.pdf


A screen shot from one of our two Google Meets on Friday, February 26, 2021 - our Pink Shirt day. With more than 160 connections for each session, we are reaching far and wide. Thanks everyone for your enthusiastic engagement.

School Office Hours

    • 8:00 - 11:15 AM

    • 12:00 - 3:30 PM

Telephone: 709-786-3691

AHE Reporter - June 26, 2020.pdf

We stand for love, hope and justice!

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Kiwanis Music Festival

Congratulations to our Grade 3 Choir for their hard work and excellent performance at the Kiwanis Music Festival on April 3, 2019. Thanks to Ms. Mercer, Ms. Smith, Ms. Mercer and Ms. Thomas for direction and support.
Congratulations to our Fiddlers for the great performance at The Kiwanis Music Festival on April 5, 2019. A special thank you to Ms. Mercer for her tireless work with our budding musicians.
We extend gratitude and thanks to parents and friends for their support of our music program. Guidance with home practice sessions and volunteer services on the day of events are both very much appreciated.

We are committed to meeting the learning and achievement needs of each student in a safe, caring, healthy, and socially just environment.

A learning place . . .

"The more that you read, the more things you will know.

The more that you learn, the more places you'll go."

Dr. Seuss: I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

~ All Hallows Elementary School ~