There is a strong school culture at St. Peter's with a variety of events and activities that are popular with students and parents. At the annual Halloween Carnival, each class manages a booth, and there are specialty baskets put together by each class that are raffled off as part of the evening highlights for the carnival.
St. Peter’s has its own version of Fiesta called Dayosa, and Diogras is a unique Irish tradition that recognizes students on the basis of peer nominations and evaluations.
The purpose of the Community Service mirrors the mission of the school itself. It is to prepare you to become a responsible, active citizen. To that end, the program strives to instill in you an awareness of the multiple needs of the community, a sense of moral obligation to help those less fortunate and the desire to make your community a better place in which to live. Community service is performed as a service EXTERNAL to the school.
Students in grades 4-8 are responsible for their own service hours and give a minimum of 55 service hours to meet graduation requirements for St. Peter Prince School. Ms. Sarah McCafferty, the Religious Studies teacher, monitors and approves Service Hours and collects all forms.
The following are required but not limited to:
Grade 4: Five Hours
Grade 5: Five Hours
Grade 6: 10 Hours
Grade 7: 15 Hours
Grade 8: 20 Hours
*PLEASE NOTE: THIS FORM IS FOR STUDENT SERVICE HOURS ONLY! Please check under the "Volunteer" tab for family service hours.