In compliance with the Diocese and in order to help ensure the safety of our children, parents, staff and any volunteers are asked to keep current their Safe Environment training certification through Virtus, and to complete Live Scan fingerprinting. The resources for both safeguards are found below.
Virtus Online Training
The Diocese requires that all volunteers' certification must be renewed every three years. Your certificate will print with an expiration date directly on it. Visit VIRTUS ONLINE to complete your training. Bring your certificate and $10 to the school office. Certificates without payment are considered incomplete and volunteering cannot be allowed until the record is complete. Payment can be cash, check (made payable to All Saints Catholic School), or money order.
Live Scan Fingerprinting
Directions for completing the fingerprinting process are included in this document.
Please use ONLY THIS FORM when you visit our vendor for fingerprinting.
Bring your certificate and $34 to the school office. Certificates without payment are considered incomplete and volunteering cannot be allowed until the record is complete. Fingerprinting is done one time only for schools in the Diocese of Oakland. It is not required to be renewed. Payment can be cash, check (made payable to All Saints Catholic School), or money order.
ASCS School Calendar
Parent-Teacher Group (PTG)
The All Saints PTG provides community building opportunities for school families. The PTG organizes fundraising, educational enrichment, and classroom support for the school. The PTG is there to serve the general needs of the school community. All parents who have a child enrolled in our school are automatically a member of the PTG. For more information, please contact: [email protected] PTG meetings are held monthly in the school library. Meeting dates are posted on our school calendar. Search "PTG" on the calendar search field to show all PTG titled events.
Meetings are held once per month; meeting dates can be found on our school calendar, and all school parents are encouraged to attend. The PTG provides a support system, whereby parents can work together to accomplish tasks.
Parents can volunteer or be nominated for leadership positions in the PTG. Elections are held every other year for the following positions: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer,
The PTG is comprised of the following committees:
Hospitality - The Hospitality Chair is responsible for coordinating PTG assembly refreshments (including but not limited to Ice Cream Social, PTG Christmas Party, VIP Day, Open House, Teacher Appreciation, New Parent Orientation). The Hospitality Chair is responsible for social correspondence.
Fundraising - The Fund Raising Chair handles the spring and fall fundraisers, handles the setup and delivery and financials to the office.
Educational Enrichment - The Education Enrichment Coordinator is responsible for researching, negotiating and organizing school assemblies that will complement the school curriculum.
Garden - The Gardening Committee Chair oversees the care and maintenance of the school garden.
Forms and Documents
Parent Student Handbook
Junior High Dance - Code of Conduct and Permission Form
Parent Participation Hours Reporting Form
PM171 Report of Health History for School Entry Form
Request to Administer Medication at School Form (one per medication)
FACTS Tuition Management - manage your tuition account here or call FACTS toll free Customer Service: 866-441-4637
Powerschool Parent/Student Portal - Parents and students, visit https://csdo.powerschool.com/public/ to login. If you have any trouble with your login, contact your child's homeroom teacher for assistance.PowerSchool is our web-based student information system that provides grade management and viewing for teachers and students. Teachers are able to record grades and attendance for students and parents to view at home. Currently, all classroom teachers in grades 1-8 use PowerSchool. Students and parents in grades 3-8 are able to view regular academic progress in Core classes using the Diocesan Core grading scale.