Updated: Aug 13, 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. 5th Grade Only. Letter with details for graduation including graduation fee. Sorry for the delay on this. I had thought I sent it earlier this month.
4. Payment slip reminders for your convenience. This are totals as of the end of April. Mays lunch and afterschool will be billed in early June. Please watch your emails for final totals.
5. Last week of school will be "Theme Week". See flyer for details. Please remember on Wednesday we have our field trip to Black Earth and playing in the park when dressing for the theme of that day.
6. Scrip End of the Year Drawing!!! See flyer for details. Our low denomination winner was Joanne Roudebush for last month. Congratulations. Scrip will continue to be available throughout the summer. See Amy in the parish office for all your SCRIP needs. Scrip will continue to be sold after scheduled weekend Masses as well.
1. Recess Duty for the next week: Thursday, 5/23 -Doug Ulaszek; Friday, 5/24- Angie Tenkley; Monday, 5/27- NO SCHOOL; Tuesday, 5/28-Jeanne Wells; Wednesday, 5/29- Angie Tenkleyl: Thursday, 5/30 - Marie Pope
2. Recess Duty for PreK next week: Thursday, 5/16 -Sean Powell; Friday, 5/17- None; Monday, 5/27- NO SCHOOL; Tuesday, 5/28-Jacy Porter; Wednesday, 5/29- None; Thursday, 5/30 - Sean Powell
3. COMPUTERS available for a free will offering. The School/Parish has 10 Mac computers that we would like to dispose off. They are working computers. See Fr. Chris with any questions.
4. Reminder: Please remember our dress code regarding shorts. Shorts should cover 3/4 of the leg above the knee.
5. Please keep the Totus Tuus youth program in mind as you make your plans for the summer months! It will be hosted right here at St. Peter's the week of July 14th-19th!!! This is a week-long program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and love for the Catholic faith. It is a lot like summer camp and is held during the day from 9 am to 2:30 pm (Monday through Friday) for students going into 1st grade through 6th grade (kindergartners would also be welcome to attend!), and in the evenings from 7 to 9 pm (Sunday through Thursday) for students going into grades 7 through 12 (including graduating seniors). Older students are also encouraged to attend during the day as teen leaders - their involvement is a huge help and blessing in making sure the day program runs smoothly!! All are welcome - Please help us to spread the word to anyone you know who may be interested!!! This is a great opportunity to reunite with friends over the summer, grow in love of the faith, and have a lot of fun! :) Please contact Michelle LeVeque if you have any questions or are in need of a registration form - firstname.lastname@example.org or 572-3844.
6. If you are interested in ordering a yearbook, here is your information to do so:
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