Principal’s Monthly News and Weekly Class Newsletters
Once a month, our Principal’s Newsletter will tell you about important events, improvements being made in the school, and updates on ongoing projects. Please check your child’s class newsletter every week to make sure you know what is being taught week-to-week in our classrooms. The most recent weekly Class Newsletters, K4 to 6th grade, appear below. Please click the icon to the left of the newsletter to see the full newsletter for the week.
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A Note from Mrs. Preston Dear Parents and Friends of St. Peter’s School, The children were bursting with excitement! Invitations had been sent, the room had been prepared, cards had been written, simple refreshments of doughnuts, coffee and juice were on the table. In the adult world it is easy to forget what a special […]
Dear Parents, Children came back from their Easter break with stories of adventure and fun. They are already back into their school routine. We are all looking forward to warm weather and a big goodbye to thick jackets. We plan to spend more time outside discovering nature with the coming of warmer weather. Last week […]
Hello K5 Families, Last week, the students thoroughly enjoyed planting their own flowers! This week students will continue to learn about coins and what living things need in order to live and grow. We will also learn about recycling and other ways to keep our Earth safe since Earth Day is this coming Sunday. An […]
A Note From Mrs. Marsha Dear Families, Happy Earth week! This week the students will continue our space unit and extend further with learning about the Earth and the special gift it is from God. The students will also continue the measurement unit. Please make sure your child is being responsible for their spelling journal […]
A Note From Mrs. Horabik We are already half way through April! The students did a great job getting right back in the swing of things. They worked hard! Although we are working on different units in Math, continue to practice addition and subtraction facts. These are the foundation. Finally, for those students participating in […]
A Note From Mrs. Phillips The students have been immersed in poetry this month and loving it. I encourage you to read some poetry at home and even write a few with your child. The outcome is always worth it! The class has also enjoyed learning about traits and where they come from, so if […]
A Note From Mrs. Roy We have been working hard since our return from Spring Break. This will continue this week as we begin our new novel, The Watsons Go To Birmingham – 1963. This is one of my favorite books, because it ties in one of the most important times in American history. […]
A Note From Ms. Gurn This week is a busy one! Please join us for our last PTO Meeting of the year this Thursday at 5:30 in Neglia Hall. Mrs. Preston will provide a “Year in Review” and the Sixth grade will present some of their Washington, DC projects. On Monday, there is a 2:00 […]
A Note from Miss Geene This week we have our fifth Junior Achievement class on Friday afternoon. They will examine how a credit score is determined and learn about the consequences of positive and negative credit scores. Please remember to check the list for your child’s week to be our Snack Shack managers. Snack Shack […]