Parent Information

At St. Peter’s we strive to be effective communicators. Most of the information parents will need on a daily or weekly basis can be found either on this website or through our school management system, FACTS Family Portal. Parents can check students’ progress and homework, tuition and lunch balances, and find other important school information through FACTS. Please contact the school office for questions relating to FACTS.

The principal of St. Peter’s also publishes a weekly newsletter, “Pieces of the Rock”. This newsletter is emailed to each family on Friday afternoon. It is important that parents look for and read this newsletter as it contains important dated information. Some of the specific information includes: lunch menu for the next week, prayer requests, upcoming events, and calendar information. 


Minds in Motion

At St. Peter’s Lutheran School, grades K – 1 participate in Minds-In-Motion three days each week for 15 minutes each day. The Minds-in-Motion Maze activities have been designed to develop and challenge a student’s balance and learning capabilities. The more the sensory system works together, the more a student can learn, and the easier it …

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Worship is an important part of our school week – a part that the entire school community anticipates each week. All parents are welcome to attend any and all chapel services! We begin school each year by worshipping our Lord in the church sanctuary on the first day of school. This particular service begins at 9:00am. We have chapel services …

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Established in 2007 as an alternative to school bus transportation, Clubhouse is a safe and fun environment providing before and after school care for the students of St. Peter’s Lutheran School. Operating in the day school cafeteria, Clubhouse is flexible to meet your childcare needs whether it is before school only, an hour on certain …

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St. Peter’s Lutheran School sponsors a Scrip program which allows you to purchase gift cards. The scrip you purchase through our program generates rebates from the participating retailers. 50% of the rebate is retained by St. Peter’s to support our day school and other ministries including our preschool. The other 50% of the rebate belongs …

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Car Line Procedures

Students are dropped off and picked up at the front of the school. To help maintain safety for our children we ask that the following procedures be followed when dropping off or picking up children. Please form two lines on the west side of the school building. Cars will then alternate into one line once …

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Dress Code

Students at St. Peter’s Lutheran School are expected to dress neatly, modestly and in good taste. Student dress should reflect the fact that you and your family take education seriously. Sometimes the current fads and trends are in conflict with what is appropriate for school. If the principal and teacher agree, the student will be …

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Events & Awards

ATHLETIC AWARDS  After the last spring sport has ended, all 8th grade athletes are recognized for their participation in athletics during the past year at a ceremony. Each athlete is presented with a certificate that indicates the sport(s) he/she participated in during the year. In addition the ‘All-Sport’ award is given to those 8th graders who were in …

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St. Peter’s strives to serve well-balanced meals at a resonable cost and to promote healthy eating habits involving nutritious food. All lunches are prepared in our school kitchen. St. Peter’s does not serve ‘satellite lunches’. Students have the option of bringing a lunch from home, purchasing a sack lunch, or purchasing a hot lunch. A …

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Throughout the school year, the Parent Teacher League is busy at St. Peter’s. Activities and fundraisers cannot be possible without the volunteer hours of the school parents. These volunteer hours are a vital part of our St. Peter’s family. We encourage the parents to be willing to help out. Prayerfully consider where you can help. …

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