St. Peter's PTA is holding its last Trash Bag Sale of the school year--stock up for summer! Orders can be placed through Friday, May 13th, and picked up in the school lobby on Monday, May 16th from 3-4 pm, or anytime after that during office hours (8 am - 4 pm). CLICK HERE to order.
Can you help us get the Food Pantry ready for summer by filling it with these much needed items? For school families, grade level suggestions are listed below and items can be dropped off in the school lobby. Parishioners can leave items in the back of church or in the bin which will be placed outside the Social Services entrance to the Legacy Center next week.
ECLC – Breakfast Bars
KINDERGARTEN – Mac-N-Cheese
1st Grade: - Corn Bread and Muffin Mixes
2nd Grade - Cake, Cookie & Brownie Mixes or Icing
3rd Grade – Snack and Graham Crackers
4th Grade – Canned Fruits (Peaches, Pears, Oranges, Pineapple, Mixed Fruit)
5th Grade - Pasta Sauces and Diced tomatoes
6th Grade – Canned Vegetables (Mixed Vegetables, Peas, Cream Corn, Carrots, Garbanzo Beans)
7th Grade – Breakfast Cereals
8th Grade – Canned Meats (Tuna, Chicken, Ham / Spam) & One Can Meals (Chili, Stews)
St. Peter’s School Advisory Board will have three openings effective June 2022. The School Board is an advisory body that assists the pastor and principal as needed with the governance of the school, in accordance with diocesan policy. Members serve a three year term. The Board encourages school parents as well as parishioners without children in the school to apply. Please click here for more info. and application form.
We are so excited to have the book fair back for in-person student AND PARENT shopping next week! Students will attend the book fair with their classes on Wednesday, Mar. 30, and Thursday, Mar. 31. Parents, guardians, grandparents, anyone (!!) can shop the fair in person after school on Wednesday until 6 p.m. and on Thursday until 4 p.m. Online shopping begins Monday, Mar. 28! You can shop online, and also find information on how to set up an "e-wallet" for your child(ren) for cashless purchases HERE. (Students may also bring cash.) PLEASE NOTE: Any student who had leftover funds in their e-wallet from the last book fair now has a credit on their Scholastic account, but PREVIOUS E-WALLET BALANCES DO NOT AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THIS SPRING'S FAIR. You can set up a new e-wallet for this spring's fair and transfer the credit.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please see the Signup Genius.