Thank you to Mr. David Miller, teacher and moderator of the St. Peter’s team at the recent spelling bee, for sending this photo and information.
“The 2019 Richland County Spelling Bee was held on Thursday, January 17. St. Peter’s Elementary School sent four students to the competition and they proudly represented our school and parish.
We would like to congratulate Adler Hatfield, Ruthie Togliatti, Maggie Chamberlin, and Elleni Miller for their efforts in this challenging competition. Adler, who advanced to the sixth round, was participating in his second Spelling Bee. Ruthie Togliatti made it to the fifth round, while Elleni and Maggie made it to the third round. Thanks to these students for their dedication and to their parents for their support and assistance.”
Begins promptly at 1:00 p.m., Franciscan Activity Center
(Snow date: Sunday, March 10)
For current St. Peter’s School families AND families looking at St. Peter’s School for their child’s education for next school year.
At. St. Peter’s School, our faith and values are reflected in every aspect of our school and we pride ourselves on having the components of a good school—spiritual guidance, excellent academics, a sense of service to our community and world, a wide variety of athletic and extracurricular activities and a very dedicated staff. Academic excellence, consistent discipline and Christian values that permeate our curriculum remain our focus.
- Welcome from our Pastor and Superintendent
- Sign language students sign the opening prayer
- Tuition, scholarship, tuition aid and registration information
- Interactive department and grade level activities
- Meet the entire staff, coaches, administrators
- Building tours
- Games, fun and prizes—for students and parents!
- St. Peter’s student musicians will entertain
For more information, we welcome your call! 419-524-2572
We’re loving this snow! Mrs. Hostettler had the first graders doing snow art last week and learning about “bleeding” colors with tissue paper. Thank you to her for sending these fun photos!
Our Mock Trial students are preparing for Friday’s district competition with their teacher, Mr. Darsee, and there’s no better person to help them get ready. He has a law degree!
Good luck on Friday! Thank you for representing St. Peter’s High School.
Two awesome students from San Damiano Hall started their jobs last week as servers in the cafeteria lunch line which they will do one day each week. Their teacher stands alongside to answer questions the might have and students going through the line had fun talking with them.
Meanwhile, Matt LeFebvre, maintenance supervisor in the high school, hangs various posters that have been given to the school by a gracious donor.
Great job! Go Spartans!