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GolgothaLenten and Holy Week Schedule at Saint Peter

Click HERE to view the Lenten and Holy Week schedule.

stmoreReligious Freedom

We must continue our prayers for our nation and become educated, articulate, and active supporters of our religious freedom.  St. Thomas More, Patron of Religious Freedom, Pray for Us. To voice your opinion in the public square, you can contact your elected representatives as follows reference religious liberty in America:

Charitable Needs

  • March Tri-Lakes Cares Requests: Fruit cups, Applesauce cups, Small single serve cereal boxes, 
    100% juice boxes or pouches.

Science FairRegional Science Fair Results

The following St. Peter students received awards at the recent (February 21) Pikes Peak Regional Science Fair at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (all three are seventh grade students):

  • Brennan Belei – “Super Cool Keels” (how low bilge keels enhance ship stability) 5th place (very narrowly missed an invitation to the state fair) in the 7th grade Physical Science Division and special corporate award from BSCS – Biological Sciences Curriculum Study;
  • Ronni Cox  – “Are your Teeth Rotting?” – enamel preservation, and Jack Snyder -“Preventing Woodstove Downdraft” – chimney design – special corporate awards from Louie’s Pizza;  (Brennan’s placing in arguably the toughest fair category is a significant accomplishment! The Pikes Peak Regional Science Fair is by far the most competitive in the state of Colorado and one of the best in the nation).

The other St. Peter students who participated in the regional fair were eighth graders Lexie Friend and Sarah Shoulders, and seventh graders Elizabeth Guagenti and Lauren Sauley – Lauren won an award last year for her project on wingless fruit flies.

Also – for the second year in a row, St. Peter parents ran the customer service headquarters at the fair.  They were Steve and Jackie Snyder, Sheila Guagenti, Bethany Sauley, Carla Stephany, Robin Shoulders  and Maribeth Friend.

free throwOther Saint Peter School Results in the Knights of Columbus Basketball Free Throw Shooting Competition and D-38 Chess Tournament

Eighth graders Joseph Reininger and Paul Elstad successfully qualified in the basketball free throw contest at the districts held at St. Peter gym on Saturday.  They are now headed to the state competition.  Many thanks to Rob Hoette, Ed Paulovich and the Knights for sponsoring the contest.

Also, Joseph also placed at the recent District 38 Chess tournament, as did fourth grader Caleb Pepper.  Congratulations to all the contestants.

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