May 16, 2018
“Ending Well” by Sister Mary Angela at http://srmarymichael.wordpress.com
In Christ’s Love,
Sister Mary Michael, C.K.
EARLY DISMISSAL on Friday, May 18 at 1:00pm due to the Faculty Meeting.
LEAD MAINTENANCE WORKER St. Peter’s is seeking a full-time Lead Maintenance Worker. Responsible for maintaining neat, clean and safe facilities and grounds. Organizes and leads a comprehensive program of maintenance and custodial services that provide and maintain, in an efficient and economical manner the facilities, grounds, equipment, and furnishings of the parish and school.
Minimum Requirements: Any combination of education, training, and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties and responsibilities described.
Physical Requirements: Ability to lift 50 pounds; ability to work in inclement weather; ability to operate electrical and motorized equipment. Please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
CONGRATULATIONS! Our 8th graders last day is Friday. Graduation will be Tuesday, May 22 at 7:00pm. Congratulations to our St. Peter’s graduates! Finish well what you have brought this far.
REPORT CARDS for Grades K-7 will go home on the last day of school. Report Cards will be held if money is still owed to the school, and that includes school lunch (check your lunch account online), missing library books, and track uniforms. Report Cards may then be picked up during summer office hours once your account is paid in full. If you have questions, please call the school office.
ST. PETER’S ROCKS (Raising Our Catholic Kids) will meet this Friday, May 18 at 8:00pm at Tricia Walker's house (6430 Beaver Creek Ln) to plan for next year's activities. If you would like to join the group, you are welcome to attend. This last year, we put on activities such as the back-to-school swim party, bowling, rosary making, ceramics, and Easter egg hunt. Our goal is to provide Christ-based family activities for our parish. Questions? Please contact Tricia Walker at 402-890-6134.
VALERIE COLSON MEMORIALS Parents are welcome to contribute to the memorial is facilitated by SFA (please make checks payable to St. Peter SFA). The last day to donate is tomorrow, May 16. We will compile the funds and give the Colsons a list of contributors. Thank you.
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS will be Wednesday mornings from 8am-12:00pm beginning May 30.
HAVE YOU MOVED or changed your address, phone number, email? Please notify the office so that we are able to reach you in the event of an emergency. The ‘summer mailing’ is emailed to you at the end of June.
SUMMER MAILING will be sent to you via your email in late June. Your volunteerism and completion of forms by the July 27 deadline is greatly appreciated.
LAST CHANCE All items in the lost and found box not claimed by Tues. May 22 will be donated to CSS.
NOTE FROM SCHOOL NURSE If your student had medication here at school, it will be sent home next Wed. May 23. Please check your student’s backpack.
EXTENDED DAY The last day of afternoon extended day is Wed. May 23. The last day of morning extended day is Thurs. May 24. Thank you for choosing St. Peter's Extended Day.
TUITION PAYMENTS for the next academic school year begin June 1 and run from June-March. If you are interested in e-tuition, please contact the office. Your prompt payment is appreciated as is use of e-payment.
2018-19 SCHOOL CALENDAR is now available at http://saintpeterslincoln.com/school/ under “Information and Forms.” School begins with “Meet Your Teacher” on Tuesday, August 14 from 6-7:00pm. Pictures will be taken by appointment; links will be provided in the summer mailing. Our first noon dismissal day is Thursday, August 16. We will be looking forward to the new year very soon!
SCHOOL UNIFORMS The Dennis Uniform Try-on Sale will be Sun.-Mon. July 22-23 from 10-6:00pm at the John XXIII Center. Used Uniform Sale will be here in Vasa Hall on Sun. July 22 (1-5pm). Drop off for used uniforms will be July 21 from 12-3pm.
EXTENDED DAY registration packets for 2018-19 school year can be picked up in the office. Extended Day is a teacher-supervised, state-licensed child care program offered before and after school. Morning care has two options: 7:00-7:55 or 7:35-7:55am. Afternoon care also has two options: 3:20-4:00 or 3:20-6:00pm. The afternoon is structured for snack, homework/quiet time, and play (outside or in the gym).
Every BODY Matters Parents and Teachers, do you have a tough time answering your children’s questions about their bodies in light of today’s culture? Join us to hear international speaker Monica Ashour present stories, statistics, and objectives about good choices that prepare students for healthy, whole, and harmonious lives. The concepts she shares will help you form your children, grades PreK-8, in their identity and dignity as human persons as well as to successfully navigate their way in a culture that creates confusion about the body. Day and evening sessions available June 20-22 in Lincoln. Visit Every BODY Matters for a detailed flyer, and visit https://tinyurl.com/y89afpo8 for the Sign-up Genius.
TOTUS TUUS 2018 – Register Now! Reserve the week of June 3-8 for fast-paced fun for Grades 1–12! Students entering Grades 1–8 will meet Monday–Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm. High School students meet in the evenings Sunday–Thursday. Questions? Please call 402.328.2866. Additional info and registration forms are available at http://www.saintpeterslincoln.com/totus-tuus.html
Scrip News Scrip sales from May 9-15 were $7300 with a profit of $293. The school year is drawing to a close; don't forget to get your graduates and teachers Scrip gift cards! We have some special denominations ($50 and $100) for Chili's and Land's End. If you are interested in any of these cards, e-mail Christy Dickinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
E-Scrip is sent home on the 1st and 16th of the month. To sign up or make changes to your order, please contact Scrip Coordinator Christy Dickinson at 402-840-7801 or email@example.com
Scrip Volunteers for May 19/20 Masses: 4:00 Karen Post; 8:00 Margaret Aldridge; 9:30 Angela Miller; 11:00 Paula Smith
MEMORIAL CARNATIONS FOR SALE Red, white & blue carnations may be ordered for $5 each to decorate the altar May 26-28 in honor of a living loved one, military loved one, or in memory of a deceased loved one. Blue order forms are available at the Scrip counter or the school website click on Memorial Orders accepted through 9am May 21. Proceeds of the sales will be sent to the Newman Center to help retire the remaining debt from the construction of the beautiful St Thomas Aquinas Church on the UNL Campus.
---Sponsored by Jesus of Divine Mercy Group
PIUS SUMMER CAMPS A variety of camps in athletics, performing arts, and cheer are listed on the Pius website. Most of these are camps hosted by coaches at Pius X High School. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/PiusXSummerCamps (note that the golf camp has limited space and the registration deadline is May 20.)
FOOD COLLECTION Please remember to bring food items on Fridays for Catholic Social Services.