The Development Office assists alumni by providing addresses of classmates for reunions, labels for reunion mailings, e-mail addresses, and direction to internet information.
ATHLETICS – SPARTAN ATHLETIC BOOSTERS
St. Peter’s Athletic Boosters is a group of adults committed to the athletic life of all St. Peter students. This group consists of Montessori through twelfth grade parents as well as members of the parish with no children in the school system. The Athletic Boosters operate fundraisers and concessions to provide the students with uniforms, pool time, awards, dinners, equipment, and event bussing. The Boosters also help finance the operations at Spartan Fields. Spartan Athletic Boosters meet on the second Wednesday of each month except July.
This is once a week or every other week on a specific day you choose. You will choose to work on the serving line or on the floor assisting students and cleaning tables.
Our goal in Development is to build a sense of spiritual bonding, community, friendship, commitment, and an awareness of the mission and ministry of St. Peter’s Parish and St. Peter School. The generosity of our faith family will insure financial support. Primary efforts of the Development Board have included work on the Annual Tuition Drive, the enhancement of our endowment, the Monsignor Edward C. Dunn Foundation for Education, and extraordinary capital improvements.
KROGER/LANDS END/MEIJER/SCRIP PROGRAMS
Church donation/tuition earning opportunities are available for St. Peter’s families through several Scrip Programs. Kroger Community Rewards enrollment is available through the Kroger website @ www.korgercommunityrewards.com. You may register for Meijer Rewards at the local store. Land’s End certificates are sold Monday-Friday in the Tuition Office. Many other Scrip opportunities for St. Peter’s families can be obtained at the Scrip Office of Mansfield Christian School during regular school hours.
Need persons interested in serving on publicity/promotion committee for schools. People with skills in photography, communication, newspaper or radio/TV backgrounds would be welcomed.
MONSIGNOR EDWARD C. DUNN FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION
The Msgr. Dunn Foundation’s mission is to establish a substantial endowment fund through the promotion of planned giving to insure the continuity of quality Catholic education at St. Peter’s School. The Board of Trustees oversees the development and investment of its assets.
Regina’s Kids include boys and girls and young men and women of St. Peter’s Parish. The mission of the program is to engage students in the worth and work of volunteerism by giving of their own time, talent, and treasure to those in need. Regina’s Kids also helps students appreciate and understand a life built on Christian principles. Membership is open to all students in the Parish.
MONTESSORI ADVISORY COMMITTEE (MAC)
The MAC is comprised of parents of currently enrolled Montessori students and serves to assist the teachers in various school related activities throughout the year. This includes in-class parties, field trips, policy issues, fund raising efforts, and house related projects. A five-member board coordinates the MAC. The MAC meets monthly from 3:15-4:15 p.m. in the Montessori house. All parents are encouraged to attend.
PARENTS’ CLUB – SCHOOL VOLUNTEER
Parents who do many fundraisers for the school with things like the Christmas Classic, poticas, gift wrap sale. The Club helps with other events such as used uniform sale and fine arts fair. This group meets about five times a year. Check out the St. Peter’s website and the Parents’ Club link for other events and details. All parents are welcome.
Contact the elementary school at 419-525-3351 if you’re available between the hour of 12:00 pm to 1:05 pm to supervise students during recess.
SCHOOL (EDUCATION) COMMISSION
Members of this group are elected by the parish or appointed by the Pastor and serve three-year terms, advising the pastor and the principals regarding St. Peter’s School issues.
SPARTAN FIELD CONCESSIONS
Season consists of 8 weeks in spring and 8 weeks in fall; easy work; easy menu; prices posted. It’s a fun way to get to know a lot of St. Peter’s families.
St. PETER “FAMILY” PUBLICATION
This three-times-a-year publication serves to provide parish family and friends with updates on special people and events within our parish community, including the church, school and alumni. Your input is always welcome and encouraged so do not hesitate to contact the editor with your thoughts and ideas.
ST. PETER’S THEATER AND PERFORMING ARTS
We are a group of theater geeks that decided St. Peter’s needed a theater department of its own. With full involvement for acting, singing, pit orchestra, costuming, and tech support—it’s all there. From young to not so young, there’s room for you with us. Theater is so much fun that we want everyone to join us in our insanity. We offer two to three productions per year. Our season opens with a play in the fall on the VE Room Stage for a school age cast, and concludes with a large musical in the spring with casting open to the parish. Other productions might be staged as time permits. We sponsor several events throughout the year. A theater workshop trip is scheduled annually.