St. Peter's Builders Club will be hosting a snack drive for the Treehouse. The Treehouse is a program that shelters kids from abusive or alcoholic guardians. We will be collecting snacks for the Treehouse such as:
We will be accepting donations on a table outside the office. This drive ends December 18th.
Thank you for your generosity. - The Treehouse Committee
Catholic Soles Walk
Every year the Archdiocese of Milwaukee hosts a walk for all of the Catholic Schools to participate in. In prior years we did not attend due to the location of the walk and the distance it was from our community. However, this year they have decided to take the walk virtual! St. Peter's School has received permission to do our own walk in our community on that day! Therefore we are pleased to invite you to join St. Peter's Catholic Soles Walk on Saturday October 17th beginning at 10am in our parking lot! Please register using the link below! All donations received will be matched $1 for $1 by this years Soles Walk sponsors, up to $5000. The classroom that earns the most donations will also receive a pizza party! Register and donate today using the link below. Catholic Soles Walk
As a school wide activity we are going to be tie dying t-shirts on Wednesday October 30th. We are hoping to make this a fun way to get the students excited about the walk. You are welcome to bring in your own white shirt or have the school purchase one for you. We are hoping to have every student participate in this activity. Please reach out to the school office if this creates a financial hardship for your family, we will do what we can to make sure your child is able to participate in this fun event!
Parent Advisory Council Meeting
Our first PAC Meeting will be Monday September 28th at 6:30pm. This is an important committee that helps guide decision making on policies and procedures throughout the school year. If you are interested in being part of this committee please reach out to me or the school office.
Picture day is scheduled for Monday October 5th. Order forms were sent home in red folders and contain more information about picture packages that are available. If you need another form for any reason please reach out to the school office or your child's teacher.
Due to the Governor's most recent mandate, all students and staff will be required to wear a mask until November 21st. We are doing our best as a school community to be sure that students are given opportunities throughout the day to have mask breaks. Students are not required to wear masks at recess, lunch, or when participating in outdoor educational activities.
Please remember that students are no longer able to use the microwave to warm up their lunch from home. Also, we are a nut free school, so there should be no nut products packed in their lunches. If you have any questions about this, please reach out to the school office.
We are excited to let you know that our bus students have began arriving at school before the start of the school day. We appreciated your patience as we worked with the bus company through these new procedures.
During the month of January to help us celebrate Catholic Schools Week, we are collecting various items for the children in the oncology/medical ICU units at Children's Hospital. Below is a list of items we are looking for. Thank you for all that you are able to donate to this wonderful cause.
During the entire month of January to help us celebrate Catholic Schools Week, we are collecting various items for the children in the oncology/medical ICU units at Children's Hospital. The age range is from just days old to early twenties, and these children spend anywhere from a few days to several weeks, months and even years sometimes. Below is a list of items we are looking for to make their stay more comfortable. Thank you for all that you are able to donate to this wonderful cause.
Suggested Items (MUST be NEW):
Please take a moment to check out our new website form for volunteering. We have many happenings at our school and we are in need of helpers! Volunteer Signup
This is one of the times of the school year where we do alot for our community and those in need around us. We understand that we are asking for a lot of things, please donate to our projects that mean the most to you. We appreciate all donations, no matter how big or small, and do not want to create a hardship for your own family by collecting things for others. Please do not fee obligated to donate to all.
We are assisting helping hands this year collect some much needed items for the upcoming holiday season. We are collecting these items now until December 6th. We have split the items up for grades to sponsor, but feel free to bring in any of the items listed!
K4/K5/1/2- Children's Underwear-any size
3/4/5- Children's Pajamas-any size
6/7/8- Children's Socks-any size
Other items that are needed include products such as toilet paper, paper towel, laundry and dish soap. Thank you so much for your generosity!
Gather coins to help buy books! Arctic Adventure Coin Challenge:
The Scholastic Possible Fund matches every All for Books donation, up to $1 million in books, distributing them to organizations, such as: Kids in Need Foundation, Delivering Good, and the National Center for Families Learning!
It is that time of hear again to start thinking about those less fortunate than ourselves. St. Peter's School will be hosting a hat and mitten drive for the ENTIRE month of November. Please bring in hats and mittens of any size to school and add them to our hat and mitten turkey in the hallway. Thank you for continuing to support our service projects and helping others.