Updated: Apr 23, 2019
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Folders today contain the following items for each family (unless noted otherwise):
1. Individual reminders about a variety of things.
2. Scrip order Form for your convenience.
3. Grade 4 Only. Letter requesting help by parents for graduation reception on May 30th. Please return back the bottom portion where you can help out. A schedule will be sent back once duties are assigned. Note: Jessica Carrano and Maria Serrano have already signed up on the signupgenius.
4. Mother/Grandmother breakfast will be here soon. Please fill out and send back if you are able to attend along with payment. May Crowning may occur during the First Communion Mass.
5. Permission Slip for Grades 2-5 to participate in NFL Play 60 with students from St. Francis Xavier on Tuesday, May 7. Students will have lunch once they return to school.
6. April/May SCRIP contest flyer. On the back side is an order form for your convenience. Help us make our goal this year. See below for last months winner (LaShell Lentz) and goals.
7. Edgewood College is hosting a family science night on April 16. If you are interested, see flyer for details.
1. Recess Duty for the next week: Thursday, 4/11 -Linda Rhatican; Friday, 4/12- None; Thursday, 4/25 -Marie Pope; Friday, 4/26- Angie Tenkley; Monday, 4/29- Kim Neumaier; Tuesday, 4/30-Jeanne Wells; Wednesday, 5/1- Michelle Lancaster.
2. Recess Duty for PreK next week: Thursday, 4/11 -Jacy Porter; Friday, 4/12- None; Thursday, 4/25 -Jacy Porter; Friday, 4/26- None; Monday, 4/29- None; Tuesday, 4/30-Jacy Porter; Wednesday, 5/1- None.
3. Volunteer Hours for the St. Peter Benefit Dinner
After months of planning, "Planting Seeds for our Future" Benefit dinner is almost here! There are several ways to help out and score some volunteer hours. Many jobs easily fit in with attending the dinner; however, if you don't plan on sitting down, there are several roles that are short and sweet. Here is the sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050c49a5ac2ca46-2019
4. Planting Seeds for Our Future - UP DATES
Tickets on Sale! Don't forget to reserve your tickets to the annual benefit dinner. Click here to reserve your spot today!
Volunteer at the Event
Need some volunteer hours? Many hands will be needed before and during the event! Contact Bryna Fassino (email@example.com or 952-239-2048) for more information. Details on particular needs will be forthcoming.
5. March Scrip Totals:
Total Sold = $28,240.00
Total Profit = $1,267.77
2018-2019 Fiscal Year Profit thru 3/31 = $11,464.24
We are at 76% of our Goal! Thank you for helping us be $2500 ahead of where we were last year at this time. We are on track to reach our goal!
March Scrip Spotlight Winner (America's Best Flowers): LaShell Lentz - Winning $25 of her choice of gift cards! Spring Scrip Spotlight: Low Denomination Cards Every $25 of value purchased is an entry in a drawing for $25 of your choice of Scrip.
6. Still working on collecting items for our Lenten Service Project to help immigrants in El Paso, Texas. If you have any items to donate, please send them in soon.
7. Living stations will be on Friday, April 12 after 9:00 am after Mass.
8. Reminder: If you have fulfilled your recess duty of 4 days per student and still need volunteer hours for the 30 hours required, consider filling in for the preschool recess duty. Many blanks with no volunteers at this time. Follow the link on your email to look for opportunities to sign up. See above list of those assigned and you can see how many are listed as none. Also, please consider selling SCRIP after Masses on the weekends. Although this takes about 15 minutes, it can be counted as a half hour of time.
St. Peter Catholic School Mission Statement
St. Peter Catholic School is dedicated to continuing the strong tradition of Catholic Education, academic excellence, and the formation of morals, values, and the faith in a Christ-centered community.
"St. Peter Catholic School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs."