"Inspiring students to love God, their Catholic faith and learning"

Lost and Found

We have an abundance of lost and found items! Items will go on display today and will stay out until Thursday, March 7th. Please talk to your child(ren) and have them check the lost and found tables for anything they may be missing. Just a reminder, putting your child's name on the tag of their things helps us to get their belongings back to them. All items unclaimed as of March 7th will be donated.

Attached is the TENTATIVE calendar for the 2024-2025 school year. Dates are subject to change, the full calendar will come out over the summer months. It will be posted in FACTS and attached to the newsletter.

2024-2025 Tentative School Calendar

Preschool Registration 2024-2025

Registration for St. Peter Preschool 2024-2025 School Year

Registration for Preschool has begun!  Applications are now being accepted online through the St. Peter website HERE where you will click on the Application Form link. Also, fill out the form linked below and send it to Mrs. Garner. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Garner at 636-8922 ext 327 or [email protected]

If your child is already an enrolled student at St. Peter Preschool, you will not create a new application. Currently enrolled preschoolers would have received the Preschool Information Form and returned it to school.

PreSchool Information Form

Knights of Columbus Helias Council 1054

(1822 Tanner Bridge)

February 16 & 23, March 1, 8, 15 & 22

from 4:30-7:00 PM

Eat-in or carry-out

$14 All you can eat fish dinner

$14 Shrimp plate dinner

The Big Bucks committee is reaching out for donations for the event. If you would like to help or donate please let us know. You can email us at [email protected] and/or please fill out the attached form.

Donor Pledge Form Big Bucks 2024

If you are interested and available to volunteer the night of the event, please sign up HERE

What to expect?

-Registration: to purchase tickets to go to https://event.gives/bigbucks All ticket sales end March 31st, so reserve your ticket today!

-Tickets include: dinner, drinks, games of chance, silent/live auction, and chance to win $10,000.

-Attire: Date night (dress casual)

-Payment options for evening include: Venmo and cash

-Silent and Live Auction payment will be completed through online platform https://event.gives/bigbucks


Year end for fundraising will be on March 31st . I will send fundraising

statements out to families the second week of April. When you get these forms,

please fill them out and return them ASAP.

ALL the candy bars have been sold. Please return all money for the candy bars


Schoolstore.com fundraising information has been sent home with all the

students. This is a great fundraiser for our teachers to get the supplies they

need for their classrooms. Please consider participating in this fundraiser to

help the school (and your teachers) out. Plus the kids will receive a cute little

plush sea life creature when you fill out the packet and return the envelope to

school with a code.

Basketball Uniform Turn In:

Once your child's basketball season is over, please send basketball uniforms and practice jerseys back to school freshly washed. Please return them in a bag marked with the student's name and grade. There will be a tub by the gym for uniform return. 

Track information:

Practices begin Monday, March 4 and will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30PM-6:40PM at Helias. All grades practice together. Mrs. Bell will hand out track uniforms once basketball season has concluded. Some sizes are limited so we will do the best we can to get your child a uniform of his/her size. If your child wishes to wear different shorts, please indicate that on the uniform hand out sheet that Mrs. Bell will send home.


MARCH 7, 2024 at 7:00PM

The date of the winter concert for students in grades 2, 3 & 4 has been changed to Thurs., Mar. 7. With so many days off and shortened schedules,

 it became apparent that we would not have enough time to adequately prepare the students and their special parts for the winter concert.  

Meet Our Staff

Hello! My name is Brenda Raymer and I am one of the 4th grade teachers here at St. Peter. This is my 32nd year teaching and 25 of those have been at St. Peter. I earned my bachelor’s degree from (Southwest) Missouri State University and my masters degree from Lincoln University. I have been an active member of St. Peter Parish since my husband, Tim, and I moved to town in 1992. We have 2 children: Nathan and Matthew. Nathan, 27, graduated from the University of Missouri with a mechanical engineering degree and is currently working at the Callaway Nuclear Plant. This summer he married the girl of his dreams, Annie Donovan. Annie works in the parish office here at St. Peter, so now there are two “Mrs. Raymers” on campus. Matthew, 23, graduated from Missouri State University with a degree in acting. He often performs in shows for Capital City Productions and, during the day, he works at Samuel’s Fine Menswear. We also have 2 cats, Siren and Apollo, and one dog, Carly. In my spare time I love to watch the Chiefs and am usually very disappointed when football season is over. I enjoy going to garage sales to buy things for my school kids' CBG exchanges. I greatly enjoy baking and have made many wedding cakes, even my son’s. Most of all, I love spending time with family and friends. 

Registration Open for Helias Catholic Youth Summer Camps

Registration is now open for Helias Catholic High School’s summer 2024 youth camps.

This year’s Crusader Camps include archery, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, dance, football, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling.

Crusader Camps span from late May to August, serving age ranges from kindergarten through high school.

Please visit www.heliascrusadercamps.com to learn more about Helias Catholic’s summer camp opportunities and to register.

Church News

Lenten Regulations and Admonitions for 2024

To foster a greater spirit of penance, reparation for sin, and to encourage self-denial, which guide us more closely in the footsteps of Christ, the Church reminds us of the obligations of fasting and abstinence during Lent and also admonishes us all to deeper prayer and worship. Click HERE for a detailed overview of lenten regulations and admonitions.

Preparing for Lent: Liturgy Guides Now Available

The Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions has released liturgical preparation aids for Lent. Links to both the English and Spanish versions are below.

We cordially invite you to join us at St. Peter for sung Vespers at 5:00PM on the Sundays of March 3, and March 17. Vespers will be immediately followed by a small recital at around 5:35PM. Vespers alone should last around 35 minutes, with Vespers and Recital together lasting around an hour.

Sunday, March 3, 2024 nationally acclaimed speaker, Jason Evert, will be sharing not one, but TWO of his critically acclaimed talks.

Purified: A Life-Changing Event for Families (ages 13+)


The Innocence of the family is under attack like never before. Come and discover how to protect and heal yours. This chastity presentation is for teens, parents and adults.

Gender & The Theology of Your Body (Ages 13+)


What's the meaning of sex, gender, and the human body? The truth of masculinity and femininity are being questioned like never before. Discover how your body as a man or woman reveals your identity and calling.

Mass has been added to the schedule from 5:00-5:45PM. There will be a dinner break from 6:00-6:30PM, the meal is included with your ticket.

Also, to wrap up the evening, there will be the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration from 6:30-7:00PM.

Everyone will leave with free resources to continue your understanding and journey with the Chastity Project.

To see more on the event or to purchase your tickets, scan the QR code on the flyer below.

Quick Reference Guide to the Diocese of Jefferson City Stewardship Model

Catholic Stewardship Renewal/Time and Talent Form


  • To Pray: that is, attend Mass faithfully in the parish on weekends and Holy Days.
  • To Participate: that is, to use one’s time and talents to strengthen the parish community and advance the Gospel.
  • To Sacrificially Give: that is, pledge and remain current on a tithe of financial first fruits to support the life and ministries of the parish. The goal is 8% to the parish and 2% to other worthy charities.

Important Dates

Thursday, February 29, B Day Praise Assembly

Friday, March 1, C Day

Monday, March 4, A Day Uniform Orders Due

Tuesday, March 5, B Day

Wednesday, March 6, C Day

Thursday, March 7, A Day Winter Concert 7PM

Friday, March 8, NO School Diocesan PD Day


Click on the link to see the attachment:

February Menu

March Menu

Sign Up For Text Alerts

Scrip Order Form

St. Peter Catholic School Webpage

For questions, concerns or comments related to school, please see below for contact information.

If it relates to general classroom instruction, homework, schedules please talk to the classroom teacher.

If it relates to attendance: [email protected]

If it relates to general school information such as calendar items, school uniform, fees, lunch, etc: [email protected] or [email protected]

If you need the school nurse: [email protected] or [email protected]

If it relates to policy, safety, &/or discipline: [email protected]

If it relates to administration: [email protected] 

If it relates to enrollment or counseling: [email protected][email protected] or [email protected]

If it relates to athletics: [email protected]

St. Peter Catholic School

314 West High Street

Jefferson City, MO 65101