Second Quarter Honor Roll


St. Peter’s School released this week the names of the students who achieved honor roll status for the second quarter of the 2020-21 school year. Students with an asterisk after their name achieved straight “As.” Students who achieved a 4.0-grade point average are also noted in the list. Overall, 59% of St. Peter’s School students in Grades 5-12 achieved academic honors.

Class of 2021 – Twelfth Grade

First Honors
Cecelia Baldasare*
Caden Brubaker* (4.0)
Cara Brubaker* (4.0)
Charles Couch* (4.0)
Donavon Duncan
Katherine Elliott
Grant Farragher* (4.0)
Gavin Foltz*
Albree Grose*
Kennedy Hatfield
Isabella Kern* (4.0)
Mackenzie Montanez
Zachary Newton
Alayna Rickly
Julia Rizzo
Celeigh Roberts
Teaira Ross
Katherine Schonhardt
Izabella Smith
Emily Tanchevski*
Audrey VanDyne

Second Honors
Emilee Bodnar
Molly Vitcusky
Madalynn Yeager

Class of 2022 – Eleventh Grade

First Honors
Madison Bays* (4.0)
Lamaiya Boswell
Jacob Culp
Makayla Hall*
John Harris
Elijah Jensen
Zachary Keffalas
Ahmani Mitchell
Alana Mitchell
Kendall Nolen* (4.0)
Bryan Phillips
Danielle Powell*
Ross Pruettmiller
Corey Schenkelberg
Isaac Stampfli
Malaki Stanfield
Natalie Tanchevski*
Nakyrah Williams
Kellen Young* (4.0)

Second Honors
Elizabeth Dauterman
Emma Fesler
Alexander Garcia
Charles Schonhardt
James Williams

Class of 2023 – Tenth Grade

First Honors
Adrian Allen* (4.0)
Erin Belmer
Payton Bodnar
Gianni Bonham
Mahala Boothe
Alyssa Carroll* (4.0)
Audrey Couch* (4.0)
Griffin Cruthchfield
Grace Dix* (4.0)
My’kia Letlow* (4.0)
Kiersten Pitcher
Sean Putt
Logan Rhodes
Elijah Selser* (4.0)
Natalie VanDyne
Andrew Wendt
Dominic Wendt

Second Honors
MaKenna Coontz
Terrie Feagin
Angelo Gasper
Kanija Green
Mik’a Letlow
Makenzie Hardin
Paige Richardson
Kiyah Wentz

Class of 2024 – Ninth Grade

First Honors
Camryn Beauford
Caelyn Brubaker* (4.0)
Katherine Bryant* (4.0)
James Jerger
Tamera Lindsay
Analina McCabe* (4.0)
Zora Mills* (4.0)
Josephine Reef* (4.0)
Gisele Ward* (4.0)
Trinity Withrow-Gremling* (4.0)

Second Honors
Elijah Evage
Shariya Owens

Class of 2025 – Eighth Grade

First Honors
Magnolia Chamberlin* (4.0)
Callina Francis* (4.0)
Blade Hedrick*
Sania Jefferson
Joshua Laux* (4.0)
Madison Osborne*
Nicholas Osborne
Sydney Phillips
Sydney Rizzo* (4.0)
Kelly Wolboldt (4.0)

Second Honors
Rayden Baltazar
Kaylee Bond
Lilian Colarosa
Carter Fesler
Lamy’yah Lindsay

Class of 2026 – Seventh Grade

First Honors
Tiffany Clemons
Conner Fournier* (4.0)
Olivia Laux

Second Honors
Brooklyn Jackson
Braylon Patterson
Heaven Taylor
Chelsea Williams

Class of 2027 – Sixth Grade

First Honors
Meredith Rizzo*
Abigail Farragher
Kendyll Renz
Callahan Cavanaugh

Second Honors
Madelyn Yoha
Brayden Madden
Ta’Neyah Hammock

Class of 2028 – Fifth Grade

First Honors
Madeline Levron*
Remington Hedrick
David Crundwell
Dominic Stoner

Second Honors
Quinn Chamberlin
Andrew Meade

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, St. Peter’s School is currently offering prospective families the opportunity to visit the school through individualized private tours. If you would like to learn how your child can become a member of St. Peter’s School community for the 2021-22 school year, please contact Jason Crundwell, 419-524-2572 x2125 or email [email protected]

2021 Homecoming & Rose Arc Announcement


Despite COVID-19, St. Peter’s continues to do its best in keeping traditions alive.  This week the high school announced the members of the 2021 Homecoming and Rose Arc Courts.  Watch the video above to meet this year’s court.

The high school students are currently in the process of voting for St. Peter’s 62nd Homecoming Queen.  That announcement will be made in the coming weeks. 

COVID-19 – Parent Update #12


SAINT PETER'S PARISH & SCHOOL

December 10, 2020

 

Dear St. Peter’s Family,

Thank you for all your efforts this week as we shifted to full-time remote learning. We know that remote learning cannot replace the classroom environment. However, we believe that this is the safest course of action to ensure a healthy environment for everyone in our school community, students and staff alike.

This week, Richland County remained at Level 4 or “purple”. Therefore, next week we will continue to be in remote learning through Thursday, December 16. Christmas break will also occur as scheduled from Friday, December 18 through Sunday, January 3. Starting Monday, January 4, 2021, ALL students will continue to REMOTE LEARNING for one week (January 4-January 8). We will provide more information for the week of January 11, 2021, at a later date.

Remote Learning

Students will continue to attend school remotely following the remote learning guidelines and schedules distributed last week. Montessori/Elementary parents (Preschool-6) will be able to pick up their student’s remote learning packets on Monday, December 14, from 7-10 AM at their student’s designated building. As a reminder, attendance in virtual sessions will be taken and is required unless the school has been notified regarding your student’s absence.

Remote Lunch Pick Up

St. Peter’s School is providing a week’s worth of bagged lunches free to any currently enrolled student. Pick up is available every Monday from 10-11 AM or 3-5 PM at the door behind the cafeteria. To order, simply email Brenda Schuck on Sunday before 8 PM at [email protected] with your student’s name(s), grade level(s), and the time you will pick up. If you cannot pick up at your scheduled time, please email Brenda and let her know. Ring the bell and your child’s lunches will be brought out to you.

Technology Support

Tutorials for remote learning software are available at https://sites.google.com/myspartans.org/parent-guardian-technology/home If you have any technology issues, if your student’s iPad is not functioning correctly, or if you are in need of a wifi hotspot, please contact our Director of Technology, Sam Chamberlin at [email protected]

Mass

During these challenging times, our school continues to support the growth of our students’ faith through their theology classes and our televised weekly Masses which you can access on our YouTube Page: https://www.youtube.com/c/mansfieldstpeters

Financial Assistance

Should the pandemic find you in need of financial assistance, we encourage you to reach out to Paula Nestor, [email protected]

Revisions to the Restart Smart Plan

Thank you to everyone who responded to our most recent parent information. The Restart Smart Committee will be meeting this evening to review the results of the survey and look for ways on how to return to in-person learning in January if Richland County continues to be under the purple designation.

Our goal continues to be to provide our students with the best educational experience possible during the pandemic. If Richland County continues to be under the “purple” designation as we enter 2021, the administration and Restart Smart committee will reassess our ability to return to in-person learning.

Please continue to be vigilant about following current health guidance, including social distancing, wearing masks, and hand-washing. Following these protocols is essential to reducing the level of spread in the community and allowing us to get back to school in-person. Also, please notify the school as soon as possible if anyone in your family tests positive for COVID or needs to quarantine so we can take appropriate precautions.

We ask that you continue to pray for all those who have been impacted by this pandemic and for our school community.

Sincerely yours in Christ,


Very Rev. Gregory R. Hite, V.F.,
Pastor/Local Superintendent

Ashley Rastorfer

Ashley Rastorfer Montessori Director, Elementary Principal

Jon Cuttitta

Jonathan Cuttitta Junior High/ High School Principal

COVID-19 – Parent Update #11


SAINT PETER'S PARISH & SCHOOL

December 3, 2020

Dear St. Peter’s Family,

In the midst of this pandemic, we thank you for entrusting us with your students’ academic, social, spiritual, and physical development. We are proud that our Restart Smart Plan has enabled students to receive in-person learning for the majority of our first quarter.

According to the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, however, spread in Richland County is at the highest level. Richland County will move to Level 4 or ”purple”, effective tomorrow, Friday, December 4. Per our Restart Smart plan, this will result in the continued use of remote learning for next week. Therefore, please plan on continuing with remote learning through Friday, December 11. We believe that this is the safest course of action at this time to ensure the health of our students and staff.

Remote Learning

Students will continue to attend school remotely following the remote learning guidelines and schedules distributed last week. Montessori/Elementary parents (Preschool-6) will be able to pick up their student’s remote learning packets on Monday, December 7 from 7:00-10:00 AM at their student’s designated building. As a reminder, attendance in virtual sessions will be taken and is required unless the school has been notified regarding your student’s absence.

Return to In-Person Learning

If our county status changes from purple to red and our campus indicators as outlined in the Restart Smart Plan are not met, students will return to in-person learning Monday, December 14.

Remote Lunch Pick Up

St. Peter’s School is providing a week’s worth of bagged lunches free to any currently enrolled student. Pick up is available every Monday from 10-11 AM or 3-5 PM at the door behind the cafeteria. To order, simply email Brenda Schuck on Sunday before 8 p.m. at [email protected] with your student’s name(s), grade level(s), and the time you will pick up. If you cannot pick up at your scheduled time, please email Brenda and let her know. Ring the bell and your child’s lunches will be brought out to you.

Technology Support

Tutorials for remote learning software are available at https://sites.google.com/myspartans.org/parent-guardian-technology/home If you have any technology issues, if your student’s iPad is not functioning correctly, or if you are in need of a wifi hotspot, please contact our Director of Technology, Sam Chamberlin at [email protected]

Mass

During these challenging times, our school continues to support the growth of our students’ faith through their theology classes and our televised weekly Masses which you can access on our YouTube Page: https://www.youtube.com/c/mansfieldstpeters

Financial Assistance

Should the pandemic find you in need of financial assistance, we encourage you to reach out to Paula Nestor, [email protected]

Revisions to the Restart Smart Plan

We recognize the burden this transition places upon families and assure you these decisions are made after careful consideration of many factors impacting our campus community. To better understand our students’ and families’ needs and concerns, we invite you to provide us feedback by completing this survey by December 9th: https://bit.ly/2JwJnNf.

We thank you for your patience as the administration and Restart Smart Committee continue to refine to provide the best opportunities for our students’ academic growth. Our goal continues to be to provide our students with the best educational experience possible during the pandemic. If Richland County continues to be under the “purple” designation as we enter 2021, the administration and Restart Smart committee will reassess our ability to return to in-person learning.

Going forward, please be vigilant about following current health guidance including social distancing, wearing masks, and hand-washing. Following these protocols is essential to reducing the level of spread in the community and allowing us to get back to school in-person. Also, please notify the school as soon as possible if anyone in your family tests positive for COVID or needs to quarantine so we can take appropriate precautions.

This week, we begin the season of Advent, a time of hope for the coming of the Christ child. We ask that you continue to pray for all those who have been impacted by this pandemic, and for our school community. May this also be a season of hope that an end to this health crisis is near at hand.

Sincerely yours in Christ,


Very Rev. Gregory R. Hite, V.F.,
Pastor/Local Superintendent

Ashley Rastorfer

Ashley Rastorfer Montessori Director, Elementary Principal

Jon Cuttitta

Jonathan Cuttitta Junior High/ High School Principal

 

COVID-19 — Parent Update #10


SAINT PETER'S PARISH & SCHOOL

Richland County continues to see a rise in COVID-19 cases that with the upcoming holidays will likely intensify. In order to provide the safest learning environment for our students, we have made some minor adjustments to our holiday schedule. Our goal, as has been consistently stated, is to provide our students with as much in-person learning as possible during the pandemic. We, as such, encourage all families to follow the protocols outlined by the CDC and Governor DeWine to keep our campus community as healthy and safe as possible. Please note that the following adjustments are subject to change as the situation with COVID-19 develops.

Thanksgiving break will occur as scheduled from Wednesday, November 25 through Friday, November 27. Starting on Monday, November 30, ALL students will transition to REMOTE LEARNING for one week (November 30-December 4). On Monday, December 7, in-person learning will resume.

Christmas break will also occur as scheduled from Friday, December 18 through Sunday, January 3. Starting Monday, January 4, 2021, ALL students will transition to REMOTE LEARNING for one week (January 4-January 8). On Monday, January 11, in-person learning will resume.

As of now, there are no planned changes to athletics or extracurricular activities, however, we will continue to monitor that situation and all related health orders and recommendations.

The cafeteria will be providing packed lunches free of charge during both remote learning weeks. Families may pick up lunches in the parking lot behind the high school on Monday, November 30, and Monday, January 4 between 10:00-11:00. Families MUST email [email protected] by Sunday evening so that she can get lunches prepared for pick up.

By providing a week of remote learning after both the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, both faculty and families will be able to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and minimize the chance of an infected faculty member or student returning to school. We will continue to monitor the numbers and the situation on our campus daily and adjust this plan as deemed necessary to keep our staff and students safe.

Sincerely yours in Christ,


Very Rev. Gregory R. Hite, V.F.,
Pastor/Local Superintendent

Ashley Rastorfer
Ashley Rastorfer
Montessori Director, Elementary Principal

Jon Cuttitta
Jonathan Cuttitta
Junior High/ High School Principal