Entries by Marie Phillips

February 13th – 17th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips St. Josephine Bakhita said “The Lord has loved me so much: we must love everyone…we must be compassionate!”  St. Josephine was a slave from the country of Sudan who was freed and turned her life to God.  With this being African History month, I have decided to teach the class […]

February 6th – 10th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips Another Catholic School’s Week in the books!  What a great one it was!  We were able to honor students, Mrs. Robinson, and our school history.  Thank you to all who participated last week. Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching.  The class will not have a party, but the students will be […]

January 30th – February 3rd

A Note From Mrs. Phillips Happy Catholic School’s Week!  This is the week we are able to celebrate our faith and our education all in one.  I hope to see you join our festivities this week!  St Angela Merici was a nun from Italy.  She found a need for young girls to be educated, so […]

January 23rd – 27th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips It is a PTO week!!  On Thursday, please join us in Neglia Hall at 5:30 for dinner and to learn what is going on at St. Peter’s!  The classroom teachers will have STEM presentations that evening and Mrs. Preston will also announce a dress down day for ONLY those students […]

January 16th – 20th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips Another short week!  The class has been great at accomplishing everything we need to fit in.  The Feed Your Mind Cafe reading for points ends Wednesday.  I encourage your children to be reading more at home.  I assign 20 minutes of reading each night for homework and this is noted […]

January 9th – 13th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips We had SNOW!!!  Yay!  I hope everyone enjoyed the little bit of snowflakes falling from the sky on Saturday.  I turn back into a little kid when I see snow and even I have to go out and play in it!  Just as a reminder, St. Peter’s will follow Richland […]

January 2nd – 6th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips Welcome to the Christmas season!  The twelve days after Christmas Day are magical and we need to not forget that just because Christmas Day is over, the season is not.  We will celebrate Three Kings Day or the Epiphany on Friday, January 6th!  The word Epiphany means ‘manifestation’ and it […]

December 12th – 16th

A Note From Mrs. Phillips Advent is all about preparation and this week is no different.  We are preparing for Jesus to be born by preparing our hearts, minds, bodies, and voices for all our special events to honor Jesus this week!  Your children have put considerable time and effort into all of the activities […]