Long-Term Dismissal/Remote Learning at Queen of All Saints School
Queen of All Saints is involved in a Diocese-wide Long-Term Dismissal (LTD) due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please review the most recent letter from our Director of Lumen Christi Academies, Rodney Pierre-Antoine, concerning our return to campus in May.
Queen of All Saints is a seventy-year-old community that was established by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Our school is built upon our founding order’s identification with serving the Gospel, practicing prayer regularly, and fostering community. Queen of All Saints School is located in Concord and we have served thousands of students who are contributing citizens to our, and many neighboring, communities. We are strongly supported by our alumni, parish, and community members.
Although our school is closed due to Shelter-in-Place restrictions and the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still working toward these goals:
- Keeping students engaged in high-quality, authentic learning
- Creating opportunities for school-wide faith to grow within the context of real-world challenges
- Ensuring students can interact virtually with school friends, faculty and staff in order to combat feelings of isolation
- Maintaining open-communication that will foster our schools' unique sense of community
Please join us in prayer daily at 8:00 AM via Class Dojo. I am loading videos of prayer and pledge daily! You are also invited to pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for Peace and Healing. Feel free to visit our Queen of All Saints’ Parish website for more information about celebrating the Mass from home. May God bless you and keep you well during this time. We look forward to enjoying our community and new families shortly. We pray to be back in session again soon with all of our students in good health.
With blessings and gratitude,
Mrs. Lucia Prince
FEEDBACK FROM PARENTS ABOUT QUEEN OF ALL SAINTS' REMOTE LEARNING
I must tell you that I follow QAS on Instagram and you all make learning fun. I'm sure your families really appreciate this so much.
- Christina Karabinis, Director of Admissions at Salesian College Preparatory
We really can’t express enough gratitude and appreciation for all you are doing in this time of uncertainty. It means so much to me that our son is in a stable environment.
- Chelle Kirnos, 8th Grade Parent
We appreciate everything you have done for us and for everyone’s efforts and hard work in making this remote transition go smoothly. We love our QAS familia, please take care and stay healthy, counting down to the day we can be together again as a community.
- The Correa Family (5th, 6th, & 7th)
We are thankful and blessed to be a part of this community.
- Jocelyn Espina, 4th & 6th Grade Parent
We really appreciate all the teachers' hard work in making distance learning productive. We love the school and class virtual activities.
- Cathy Gapasin, 4th Grade Parent