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Folders today contain the following items for each family (unless noted otherwise):
1. Scrip order Form for your convenience.
2. April lunch menu. Please return to school by March 23.
3. Celebrate Miracles! The Lenten 40 Days for Life Closing is Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. in front of Planned Parenthood!
The Lord has saved lives and spared souls from abortion during the Madison Lenten 40 Days for Life campaign. And it’s time to CELEBRATE! Join Fr. Drew Olson and Fr. Randy Timmerman for a joy-filled closing celebration on Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. on the public right-of-way in front of Planned Parenthood (3706 Orin Road Madison, WI 53704). Women’s Care Center Board Member Fr. Rick Heilman will share exciting statistics and stories from the place that TRULY helps women, the Women’s Care Center. Be prepared to be amazed and encouraged by all that GOD is doing in Madison this spring!
Contact Campaign Co-Leader Gwen Finnegan at (608-393-8545 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Sign-up for vigil hours BEFORE the closing at www.vigilforlife.org/calendar
1. Recess Duty for the next week: Thursday, 3/18 - AM-None; Friday, 3/19- AM - None, PM- Early Release; Monday, 3/22 - AM-None, PM - None; Tuesday, 3/23 - AM-Sue Tansey; Wednesday, 3/24 - AM- Maria Serrano, PM-None
2. Recess Duty for PreK next week: Thursday, 3/18- AM- None, PM-None; Friday, 3/19 AM- None, PM- None; Monday, 3/22- AM-None, PM-None; Tuesday, 3/23 - AM- Sue Tansey, PM-Tina O'Connor; Wednesday, 3/24 - AM- Elizabeth Idzi, PM -None
3. Sign-up to Pray and Witness this Lent: From February 17th through March 28th, 2021, you’re invited to join other Christians for 40 Days for Life – 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion. You’re also invited to stand and peacefully pray during a 40-day vigil in the public right-of-way outside the east side Planned Parenthood abortion facility (3706 Orin Road Madison, WI 53704) and to help spread the word about this important community outreach. If you’d like more information – and especially if you’d like to volunteer to help, please contact Gwen Finnegan (608-393-8545, email@example.com) or Laura Karlen (608-445-2064, firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit www.vigilforlife.org/calendar. St. Peter Parish has a parish block every Saturday from 9:00-11:00 a.m., and we need help filling these hours! Contact Vern Acker at (608-225-9301 or email@example.com) if you can take an hour!
4. Next week we are collecting items for Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOMS) as a service project during Lent. Here is the list of items needed:
TOP 10 MOST NEEDED ITEMS
Shelf-stable non-dairy milk (almond, soy, etc.)
Canned beans (kidney or pinto)
Feminine hygiene - pads and tampons
Items can be brought to school during the week of March 22-26. We also will continue the penny wars for one more week to give the 2/3 classroom a chance to compete.
March 17 6:30 pm Communal Stations of the Cross
17 Piano Lessons
18 3:30 pm Parent Teacher Conference via zoom
19 12:30 pm Early Release - Parent Teacher Conference - zoom
18 6:15 pm Education Commission Meeting
19 CGS K and grade 1
20 9:00 am Little Flowers Girls Group
23 CGS 4K
24 CGS 3K
25 Piano Lessons
25 St. Joseph Feast Celebration Mass
Father/Grandfathers-reception at school
25 Treat Day for the Annunciation - Erin Heller, 4/5;
Dorene Pawlowski, PreK; Carissa Heerhold, K/1;
Amy Cavanaugh, 2/3
26 CGS K and grade 1
26 2:30 pm Stations of the Cross
30 CGS 4K
31 9:00 am Living Stations of the Cross after Mass
31 CGS 3K
April 1-11 Easter Break - NO SCHOOL
12 School Resumes
12 Treat Day for Easter - Erin Heller, PreK;
Dorene Pawlowski, 2/3; Emily Shea, K/1; Amy
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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."