St. Peter Principal's Weekly Newsletter January 30th

Registration for current families was last week.

Evites from FACTS were emailed last week. If you plan on returning to St. Peter for the 2019-2020 school year and have not registered, please contact Karen Rogers at krogers@stpetercov.org or 985-892-1831, extension 2. We will be accepting new families after February 1st.

For the safety of all of our students, please DO NOT drop off students at the middle school building. This is not a car line, and the City of Covington has not approved this to be a car line. Please use our car lines, and let your middle school students walk to their building.

It's Catholic Schools Week!

Catholic Schools. Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.

TOMORROW, Thursday, January 31st, students can show their school spirit and wear ANY St. Peter shirt with the remainder of their uniform!

Parents' Club Meeting - Tuesday, February 5th at 7:00 pm

Free childcare will be available for St. Peter students in the ECC beginning at 6:45 pm.

Thank you to Sweet Daddy's BBQ for the delicious donation for our meeting!

Congratulations to Harrison Sawyer on winning the National Geographic Geography Bee at St. Peter. Alex Mott was the runner-up. Special thanks to Mrs. Lisa Pescay, 6th & 7th grade Social Studies teacher and Mrs. Jane Maher, former St. Peter teacher, for organizing this special event. Harrison will now go on to compete at the next level.
Support the St. Peter Cheerleaders, and buy a sucker to send to your favorite St. Peter School friends! All suckers will be delivered on Thursday, February 7th and Friday, February 8th. The link to order is in the email associated with this newsletter.
Thank you to all of our families for supporting our 5th grade SOUL Day! Our 5th grade students raised $1,777.33 for their favorite charities.


Please let your homeroom teacher know if you will be checking a student out early. This will assist the teacher and the student for the early dismissal.

Friends in Mrs. Boudreaux's Kindergarten class have fun in centers!
Thank you to all of our families who donated baby items for this month's SOUL Saturday at the Northlake Crisis Pregnancy Center. A group of students and parent volunteers spent a few hours helping them sort supplies and preparing the baby bottles for their annual fundraising drive.
Mr. Jack Bedell, author and father, shared his knowledge on the writing process, symbolism, and the meaning of poems to the 4th grade students who are studying poetry in Mrs. Schaefer's ELA class.
Mrs. Aucoin's Key Cottage friends had a pajama and pizza party to celebrate the letter P!
Mr. Chip's 7th grade wood-working class is finishing up their step stools they have been working on this semester.
Thank you to Coach Phil Williams for speaking to our Dads' Club, and thank you to Meribo for supporting our Dads' Club Meeting on Monday night. Our dads enjoyed good food and fellowship. Our next Dads' Club meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 25th at 7:00 pm.
Our 7th grade students recently attended the "Garden" play at Ursuline Academy. "Garden" is a musical play that was inspired by the writings of St. John Paul II. Mr. Brian Butler, producer of the musical, came to St. Peter earlier this week to discuss the play.

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