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Welcome new and prospective families!

We, the faculty of Saint Peter Catholic School, are committed to providing our students with an education that reflects our values as Christians. Recognizing the uniqueness of each person, we believe a child is spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially endowed with the ability to reason and reflect upon himself or herself.

Each child is encouraged to involve himself or herself in the learning process that will foster individual growth in these areas. Because we believe this, we, as a dedicated faculty, will strive to create an atmosphere for learning.

Our parents and guardians are the primary educators of our students, and we recognize the importance of a mutual working relationship among parents, guardians, faculty and administration.

 

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Newsletters 2018-2019
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALUMNI 2018 (pdf)
What I like about St. Peter School (pdf)

News and Events

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Classroom Pages

Throughout the school year our students participate in a variety of contests.  This year our fifth grade students participated in the “Be a Voice for the Voiceless” Pro-life Poster Contest, sponsored by the Van Tassel Funeral Home of Bloomfield.  Congratulations to three of our students – Breetzy Cuenca who won second place and to Alianna Vasquez and Ashley Diaz who were awarded Honorable Mention.  Thank you to Izabela Van Tassel, manager of the Van Tassel Funeral Home who presented the awards to our students.  Thank you also to Carin Bartels 4th and 5th grade teacher who supervised the contest.  The posters were created to “raise pro-life awareness” and for “promoting a culture of life”.

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MAY

5/1
Happy May Day
 
5/3
7th Grade Ring Ceremiony
8:30 am Mass
12:30 Dismissal
Faculty Meeting
No Aftercare, No Lunch
5/6
Professional Day
No School
 
5/9
Progress Reports
 
5/10
Field Day
 
5/15
Spring Concert And
Disney Presents Cinderella
No Aftercare - 3:00 pm Dismissal
 
5/24
Stepping Up Barbeque @ 10:15
 
5/27
School Closed
Memorial Day
 
5/27 - 5/31
Exam
 
5/30
Ascension Thursday
8:30 am Mass
 
5/31
Tag Day - Wear 
Red, White and Blue
Newsletter
 
 
                              
 
 
 
 
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THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR INNER CITY CHILDREN

The Scholarship Fund for Inner – City Children invites you to apply for a partial-tuition scholarship for your child for the 2019 - 2020 School Year. Applications are available by visiting their website at www.sficnj.org.

Partial-tuition scholarship are awarded based on financial need without regard to race, religion or ethnicity.THE APPLICATION LINK IS STILL OPEN FOR NEW APPLICANTS ONLY VIA THIS LINK - https://sficnj.civicore.com/familyLogin/index.php?action=newApplication  THE LINK WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MONDAY, ,MAY 13TH.

Being a current scholarship recipient does not guarantee an automatic scholarship award for the 2019-2020 School Year. Current recipients as well as all new applicants, must submit a completed application every year along with $30 application fee and the required financial documentation.  All applicants will be notified of their decision

 

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NJ NETWORK OF
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NETWORK NEWS - May 2019
 
 
ARCHDIOCESE OF NEWARK

WE NEED YOUR HELP THIS BUDGET SEASON!
 
 
CALL TO ACTION! #2

Why the State Budget Matters to Our Families
 
The Governor's Fiscal Year 2019 Budget does not increase funding for nonpublic school programs.  This stagnation impacts the health and safety of our students in these areas:
  • Nonpublic School Transportation
  • Nursing Services
  • Compensatory Education (Basic skills instruction special services for students at academic risk)
 
 
 
Click the link below to Contact Your Legislators Now:
 
 
 
 
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP
 
Your voice can and will make a difference in the budget!
 
Use the Voter Voice system of the NJ Catholic Conference to tell Trenton to increase nonpublic school funding. Click the link below:
 
 
 
 
Flat funding directly affects our children and means that we will have to do even more with less or go without next year. Please keep in mind:
  • We are still trying to recover from the 17 year freeze in transportation aid and the hardships that has caused families in getting their children to school.
  • Nurses are first responders for emergencies. Their duties have increased especially for dispensing life saving medications to students.
  • Aid for compensatory education (basic skills for children at academic risk) has not been increased in 10 years, leading to cuts in instructional time and larger groups.
 
Click the link below:
 
 
Mary McElroy, Esq., Director
NJ Network of Catholic School Families & Government Programs
Archdiocese of Newark
P.O. Box 9500 Newark, NJ 07104
973-497-4260
 

 

Our Mission
We, who serve as educators at Saint Peter School, celebrate the diversity, value and goodness of all we serve.  We are called to be followers of Jesus, our Teacher and Servant, and challenged to continue His mission using the Gospel values as our lesson plans for life.  We strive to accomplish this by ensuring an atmosphere of loving care and fostering an 
understanding of our Christian faith to assist all in recognizing their gifts for service to the Church, the family and the community.  Proclaiming and fostering the Gospel values in all academic, social and athletic activities will prepare all to become productive members of our community.