Spring Break Reminder:

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There will be No School from Monday, March 26-Monday, April 2nd.  Our students and staff will be enjoying Spring and Easter Break. School will resume on Tuesday, April 3rd.


posted by Gary Clayton

Roundup is next Friday, March 23rd from 1-3 p.m.  We will start out in the school gym.  Students will also visit the kindergarten room for an activity, and will even take a brief bus ride around the neighborhood.  If you and your child will be attending, please call the school office (224-0041) to let us know in order to help with our planning and to have a name tag ready for your child.  We look forward to meeting our prospective kindergarteners for next school year.


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The deadline to complete and submit the online FACTS application is April 6th.  Online FACTS Application Link.   The 2017 Tax Return will be the required tax return for the 2018-2019 FACTS Application.


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Our School Annual Fund Drive continues.  Our goal is to reach $50,000, as well as to have 100% from our school parents and staff.  To date, we have received $27,250.00 in financial gifts, as well as several gifts of prayer.  Just 13% of our school families have responded so far.  Thanks you so much to those families.  For those who have not yet done so, please take time to think and pray what you and your family may be able to give to this year’s drive; then fill out the gift card and return it to the school office.  No gift is too small! If you are unable to give a financial gift at this time, please give a a gift of prayer and pray for the success of our drive and our school. Thank you very much!


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This year, our 6th grade class will participate in an amazing Junior Achievement program called JA BizTown.  

JA BizTown encompasses important elements of community and economy, work readiness, financial literacy, and business management.  As part of this Junior Achievement program, they will spend the day at the JA BizTown site in Chesterfield, Missouri (near Boone’s Crossing), on Tuesday, April 10.  This on-site visit will provide the students with an opportunity to apply what they have learned in a realistic setting.  Each student will assume a job, produce and/or sell products, receive a paycheck, work on a business team, repay business loans, shop, and manage a personal bank account.  It is sure to be a great experience!

The class will be traveling to Chesterfield by bus with the 6th grades from St. Peter and St. Francis Schools. Our portion of the cost is $540.  We are seeking sponsors or donations to help us pay for the bus.  So far, we have received $100.  If anyone would like to help sponsor the trip or give a donation toward the cost of the busing, please contact Jamie Parrott, the 6th grade teacher, or Sue Kelley, principal. Thank you!


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The QND music students will present their annual Spring Show, Cinemania tonight and tomorrow.  All five QND Choirs, Jazz Band, Comedy Ensemble, “Mixed Nuts”, and student specialty acts will be highlighted.   Saturday’s performances are at 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. in the Orr Auditorium at JWCC. Ticket prices are $18.00 at the door.  Student tickets are $6.


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April 14 in St. Peter’s cafeteria, and open to all K-8 students in our Quincy Catholic Schools.   The tournament will be divided in 3 age groups: Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd – 5th grade, and 6th – 8th grade.  Registration is at 8 a.m., and games begin at 8:30 a.m.  The tournament should end by 12:00 or 12:30 p.m. Cost is $5 per child. Registration and payment are due at St. Peter School deadline is April 6th.  We can email registration forms or you may get a copy in our school office.  For more information, contact Chris Gill at 217-228-3278 or cgill@culver.edu.


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The Golden K Kiwanis and JWCC are sponsoring a Stars of Tomorrow Talent Contest

for Quincy area youth at John Wood Community College on May 6th.  There are 2 divisions.  One is for students in grades 6-9 and the other is for students in grades 10-college.  There is an entry fee of $10. Applications are due by April 28. Winners receive a cash prize.  Interested students may pick up an application in our school office.


posted Mar 12, 2018, 7:42 AM by Gary Clayton

  • Mega Raffle Family Packets coming home – Monday, March 19th.

  • Parent Informational Meetings for the FACTS Tuition Management System

  • Monday, March 19 at St. Peter gym, beginning at 6:00 p.m.

  • Tuesday, March 20 at Blessed Sacrament School, beginning at 6:00 p.m.

  • Kindergarten Round-Up, 1:00-3:00 p.m. – Friday, March 23rd.

  • Spring Break - Monday, March 26th – Monday, April 2nd, School Resumes Tuesday, April 3rd.

  • Confirmation – Monday, April 9th.  Confirmation Practice will be Wednesday, April 4th.

REGISTRATION FOR 2018-2019 continues.

posted Mar 12, 2018, 7:41 AM by Gary Clayton

  • Preschool enrollment and registration forms are available in the school office.  We have spots available in all classes.

  • Enrollment packets for grades K-8 were sent home and emailed to families last Friday.  Completed forms and fees are due by May 1st.

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