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  • ST. PETER SCHOOL….SHINING BRIGHT IN GOD’S LIGHT! January 26, 2017 We are excited to announce St. Peter School’s celebration of National Catholic Schools Week 2017.  Our school will join over 2,000,000 Catholic Schools nationwide in celebrating the excellence of Catholic education.  Our celebration will begin Sunday, January 29th and end on Friday, February 3rd.   A list of the celebration activities for the week is listed below.  To kick off the week on Sunday, students are asked to wear their school uniforms to which ever Mass they are attending and to arrive 15-20 minutes early to help pass out thank you cards to parishioners and to help bring up the Offertory gifts.  I hope parents will encourage children to represent our school in this way.  The students will have a Spirit Week during the school week ... Read more
  • St. Peter School Registration Announced January 4, 2017 “St. Peter School…Reaching for the Stars!” This is the theme of our upcoming celebration of Catholic Schools Week 2017.  We will join hundreds of thousands of Catholic school students across the country to celebrate the unique gift of a Catholic education.  With Catholic Schools Week we will kick off our 2017-2018  St. Peter School Registration.  We will begin accepting registrations on Monday, January 30.  Kindergarten registrations will be taken through February 17th.  We currently have openings in grades K – 6.  Students entering Kindergarten are to five years old before September 1, 2017.  All registering students are to bring their birth certificate, social security card, immunization records and any baptismal records at the time of registration.  Stop by our Open House on January 30th from ... Read more
  • St. Peter School….Reaching for the Stars!” Catholic Schools Week, Open House and Winter Carnival Celebrations! January 4, 2017   St. Peter School will join hundreds of thousands of other Catholic school students across the United States to celebrate how Catholic Schools have been building communities of faith, academics and service for hundreds of years.  Catholic schools, like St. Peter School, provide an education that helps a child develop academically, emotionally, physically and spiritually to be the best person they can be.  With the loving support of  St. Peter’s Parish and the commitment of our families, teachers and students, we work together to provide academic excellence rooted in strong moral values and a solid spiritual foundation.  This year’s celebrations for Catholic Schools Week will include Spirit Days, service projects and this year’s 2017 Winter Carnival!  The carnival is organized by parents and run by parents ... Read more
  • Art Show Winners Announced January 4, 2017 Recently ten St. Peter School students had their artwork selected to participate in the 2017 Laurel Arts Somerset County Elementary Art Show.  Their work is on display at the Philip Dressler Center this month and all were invited to a Reception on Sunday, January 15th.  Students with work on display this year are:  Grade 1 – Isabella Pensiero, Grade 2 – Jake Stoy, Grade 4 – Abigail Ledney & Elyse Watkins, Grade 5 – Megan Barron, Olivia Svonavec, Sydney Grosholz; Grade 6 – Gracie Bowers & Emily Klejka.  Congratulations to all Artists! Read more
  • St. Peter School Students Christmas “Gifts for Baby Jesus” Project a Huge Success! January 4, 2017 St. Peter School students helped to bring home the true meaning of Christmas by collecting and donating items to Birthright of Somerset, Inc.  Students talked in their classrooms what  baby Jesus might need today if He was born among us and then they donated baby items like diapers, clothes and blankets to help local moms and dads who are preparing for the birth of their baby.  The school donated over 3 large bags of items.   Well done! Read more