St. Peter Principal's Weekly Newsletter AUGUST 16, 2023

Our Student Council has been working hard getting ready for a new school year!

Students may wear their SPIRIT SHIRTS every FRIDAY throughout the school year! Order your Friday spirit shirt here: http://www.stpetercov.org/spiritstore

Morning Carline Reminder

While our carlines are the easiest way to drop off students in the morning, parents are welcome to park at the church and walk their children up to the pavilion gate.

For the safety of our students, please do not drop off students on 20th Avenue near the Middle School or near the Acquistapace's parking lot.

Fr. Bru blessed our 4th grade students' Bibles. He shared his memory of receiving his 4th grade Bible when he attended St. Peter School. He told the students that he still has it today!

Free and Reduced Meals Application Available

Apply here:https://www.myschoolapps.com/Application

Welcome to all of our youngest ROADRUNNERS this week!


Supply fees will be AUTOMATICALLY DRAFTED from your FACTS Account next THURSDAY, August 24th.

2023-2024 St. Peter Parent-Student Handbook & Directory

As a reminder, the Parent-Student Handbook and the Family Directory can be found on your FACTS Family Portal under " Resource Documents."


Personal water bottles are encouraged for all students. Water bottles should be flip-topped and have a plastic, rubber or silicone base. Refilling stations are available throughout campus.

Students attended an all-school Mass on Tuesday for the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Join the "St. Peter Family Information Page" on Facebook to stay connected to other St. Peter families! This page is a great resource for parents!

Thank you to our Spirit Teams for welcoming our families back to campus at our Back to School Social!
Mrs. Gates's 2nd grade class wrote about their favorite thing in Math and presented their stories to the class.
To register or become a sponsor: https://www.stpetercov.org/fishingrodeo
Mrs. Wetwiski's 2nd grade students learned about the Assumption of Mary this week.