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

The school office will be closed as of May 19, 2023 until August 1, 2023. You may call the school (573-636-8922) and leave a message on ext. 327 or 244 if any questions. We will periodically check voicemail. Newsletters will continue throughout the summer months, but will be twice a month instead of weekly until August. We wish everyone a happy, fun-filled, safe summer vacation!! God Bless!

Attached is the tentative school calendar for the 2023-2024 school year. The detailed calendar on our website will be updated throughout the summer months.

23-24 Tentative School Calendar

The office will no longer be collecting Mosers receipts or Best Choice labels. We also will no longer be taking Coke UPC codes, for that program is ending in June. Boxtops for Education is electronic only now. Thank you to those who participate.

HERE is the 2023-2024 School Supply List for PreK through 8th grade.

The first Big Bucks meeting went great! The next meeting will be Monday, June 5th @ 5:30. If you are interested in helping out in any way, please contact Abby Borberg ([email protected]) or Brad Shimmens ([email protected]). Mark your calendars:

Big Bucks; A Night at the Bluffs on

April 12, 2024 at Capital Bluffs

School Uniforms

School uniform tops can be ordered at anytime through our website HERE. In order to insure uniforms before the start of school in August, you must place orders by the July 12, 2023 deadline. Watch the newsletter for a pickup date/time for orders placed before the July 12 deadline. The Home and School Uniform Re-Sale will be at Open House, August 14, 2023.

Nurse's Notes:

As a reminder: students must provide a Doctor's note for any restrictions with an injury and/or a release of an injury. Also we have a 24 hour return policy after fever, diarrhea, or vomiting, and strep throat diagnosis.

Please remember to submit updated immunization records to the school office. Your child must be in compliance before he/she can start the 2023-2024 school year. 

Students entering Kindergarten will be required to have the following: 

  • 4 DTaP, DTP, or DT’s—Diptheria, Tetanus and Pertussis. (DTaP,DTP,DT are all commonly known as “tetanus shots”; the difference is the amount of diphtheria, and the presence or absence of pertussis vaccine). 
  • 3 Polio immunizations are required.
  • 2MMR's - Measles, Mumps and Rubella 
  • 3 Hepatitis B’s are required.
  • 2 doses of Varicella (chicken pox vaccine) 

 8th grade students will be required to have all the following in addition to the above:

  • 1 T-dap 
  • 1 Meningococcal

If you have any questions, please contact the school nurse. Liz [email protected].


Scrip News:

I will run scrip again this summer every other week. Orders need to be placed

by Monday at 10:30AM (by email or electronically on the app). I will deliver the orders on Thursday afternoons on the big flat.

Order June 5th - delivery June 8th

Order June 19th - delivery June 21st

Order July 10th - delivery July 13th

Order July 24th - delivery July 27th

Order August 7th - delivery August 10th

Other Fundraisers:

Yearly statements went home with your youngest student and were due back to the school office by May 8th. Any forms not received by May 8th were automatically donated to the school's general fund to be used for school needs determined by the Principal/School Board.

St. Peter Home & School Committee News:

THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who helped at Summer Blast Off this year! We appreciate your support in making the event another success! And a BIG shout out to these St. Peter parents and local businesses who donated prize items to the event as well: Strikers, Yo Yums, McDonalds, Jennifer Enloe, TJ Ralston, Jefferson Bank, Coca Cola Bottling Co., Sno Biz, Missouri River Regional Library, Small Cakes, SK8 Zone LLC, Central Dairy, and JC Parks.

DID YOU KNOW…the St. Peter Home & School Committee provides the students, teachers, and faculty with their Spirit Shirts for the school year, AND also organizes various events throughout the school year for them? These events include, but are not limited to, the Back-to-School Swim event, Uniform Resale(s), Teacher/Staff First Day of School Lunch, Donuts with Dad, Morning with Mom, Teacher/Staff Christmas Party, Catholic Schools Week Teacher/Staff Lunch/Activities, Administrative Professionals Day, Teacher Appreciation Week Lunch/Activities, and Summer Blast Off. As you can probably guess, the Spirit Shirts and planning these events take, not only the Committee members volunteered time, but also quite a bit of money. Therefore, please know that due to inflation, we will be increasing the Home & School Annual Fee from $45 to $55 per family to help cover the costs. This $10 increase per family will begin with the 2023-2024 school year. 

We appreciate your continued support and are grateful for our amazing St. Peter families - Thank you!

-Leah Norment, Home & School Committee President ([email protected], 573-821-2059)

Church News

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.

Dance hosted by 8th Grade Parents.

Registration is now open for Helias Catholic High School’s

summer 2023 youth camps.

This year’s Crusader Camps include archery, baseball, basketball, 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.

Visit www.heliascrusaderscamps.com to learn more about Helias Catholic’s summer camp opportunities and to register.

It's Almost Camp Time: 

Registration for Diocesan Summer Camps is in full swing! Youth Camps provide overnight experiences where young people can grow in the community through activities that inspire a deeper relationship with Jesus.

For more information on Diocesan Summer Camps and to register click here: https://diojeffcity.org/youth-camps/

For Camps to be a success, we need help from others:

For High Schoolers interested in Volunteering:


For Parishioners and Parents interested in Volunteering:


Important Dates

Friday, August 11, Block Party 5-9PM

Monday, August 14, Open House 4:30-6:30PM

Wednesday, August 16, First Day of School


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Sign Up For Text Alerts

Scrip/Fundraising Packet

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]

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Jefferson City, MO 65101

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