An annual fundraiser run by the St. Peter School Guild. During the day students paint pumpkins and can order apple cider doughnuts, and other treats; at night the school yard is filled with our families, music, games, food, and contests.
An annual fundraiser held by St. Peter School, and organized by the teachers. Money raised by the school community is donated the Kent Breast Health Center Women In Need (W.I.N.) Program.
The W.I.N. Program supports women by providing financial assistance for daily living costs to woman who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Family event held in the school yard where families decorate their trunk with halloween themed decorations and students dress is costume and trick-or-treat.
Organized by the St. Peter School Guild, students visit with Santa, shop for presents, and have the chance to participate in raffles. Students are able to dress down in Christmas attire.
Catholic Schools Week is jam packed with daily activities celebrating how lucky we are to be a Catholic school! From a special kick off Mass, to our Open House, to pep rallies, our geography bee, to service activities, there is not a dull moment. St. Peter School also sends representatives to the Rhode Island State House for the annual School Choice rally.
Students bring spare change to school for a week and deposit it into containers. Each grade has a container- pennies add positively to your classroom jar, "silver" coins take away from the total. The classroom with the highest net amount wins. At the end of the collection period, the change is donated toward a cause.
Each May the St. Peter School community comes together for a beloved tradition of honoring and crowning Mary. The 8th and 2nd Graders play a special role in this ceremony.
Prior to graduation, 8th graders and their families come
together for a special liturgy.