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- St. Peter School PTA Spaghetti Dinner…That’s Amore! October 12, 2017 St. Peter School PTA’s annual Spaghetti Dinner will be held Thursday, October 26th in the Parish Hall. Delivery or Take-Out ONLY will be available for lunch from 11 am – 1pm. Dinner Dine-in or Take-Out will be available for dinner from 4-7pm. Lunch delivery orders must be five dinner or more for delivery OUTSIDE of the borough. No minimum purchase necessary for deliveries inside Somerset Borough.We will not be offering Dine-in for lunch this year. Anyone wishing to place an order for delivery can call 814-279-5677 or email your order to email@example.com. All delivery orders must be received by 7pm on TUESDAY, October 24th. Dinner includes spaghetti, our own sauce, homemade meatballs, salad, fresh-baked bread and dessert. Come enjoy some fellowship and a scrumptious Italian ... Read more
- Children’s Author Judy Young to Visit St. Peter School October 12, 2017 Renowned children’s author Judy Young will be visiting St. Peter School on Tuesday, October 24th. Mrs. Young has authored numerous children’s books and young adult novels. She will meet with all grades that day and provide workshops on writing and her life as an author. She visited our school a few years ago and is excited to visit with us again. Read more
- Family Math Night…Adds up to Fun! October 12, 2017 Family Math Night at St. Peter School will be an opportunity for children and their parents to have fun together with math. There will be a variety of activities including puzzles and games, for grades 4-6 students to explore math and practice foundational skills. Ideas such a estimation, patterns, and spatial perception will be emphasized. No special knowledge is necessary. We are planning these events to occur once a month and they will include time for students to review concepts they are learning that time. There will be time throughout the night to work, individually or in small groups, and receive some extra instruction on topics students may be struggling with at that time. Students and parents will hopefully leave with ideas about how they ... Read more
- SCRIP Card Program….Now “Gift Card Program” October 12, 2017 We are renaming our SCRIP program (i.e. “what does S-C-R-I-P mean??) to better inform our families and parishioners of this easy, no-hassle way to raise significant funds for our school. As the holidays approach, we are inviting our school and parish to think about using Gift Cards for their holiday shopping. Many commonly-used cards (WalMart, Giant Eagle, Eat-n-Park etc.) are often on hand in the Rectory or at the church entrance before and after weekend masses. Buyers can also choose to pick up an order form in the back of the church to order some of the hundreds of other retail, travel and restaurant cards. The cards are sold for face value and are worth face value when you use them. We get a percentage ... Read more
- Student to Student: A Catholic School Response to Hurricane Harvey September 1, 2017 Our hearts and prayers are with Catholic schools and all those affected by Hurricane Harvey. In keeping with our mission to serve others, we have been in touch with diocesan leaders in the affected storm areas to determine their needs. The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) is answering this question by launching a campaign asking every Catholic school family around the country to contribute at least $1 per student to help Catholic schools impacted by the storm to rebuild, reopen and re-enroll students. “Student to Student: A Catholic School Response to Hurricane Harvey” is a powerful opportunity to engage students in living the Gospel message of compassionate service and generosity to others. Through this initiative, NCEA is asking for contributions from students and families enrolled in all ... Read more