Saints Peter and Paul School

Announcements: Thursday, December 13, 2018

C.A.R.E.S. Phone Number: 484-354-5501

If you have any CYO team group photos, please email them to yearbook@sspeterandpaulrc.org. We will need a photo of each team with all team members present. We need a photo of each Girl Scout, Cub Scout, or Boy Scout group as well. Thank you!

Service Projects and Christmas asks are on my Handouts Page. No stress!

I am selling extra Rosetta Stone licenses for $16.00 each for anyone. Send me what language, a user name, password, email address, and a check for $16.00 made out to SSPP School.

All 6th, 7th and 8th Graders are invited to our Middle School Youth Group! Dates: 6:30-8 PM on Jan. 6th, Feb. 10th, March 3rd, April 7th, May 5th and June 11th from 12:30 -3 PM. Sunday youth group also includes pizza and drinks!

RSVP to mdalessandro@sspeterandpaulrc.org

Thursday, December 13th-Science Fair is today. School Safety Meeting is today from 9 to 1 p.m. at Chester County Training Campus.

Friday, December 14th-Report Cards go home today.

Saturday, December 15th-Happy Saturday!

Sunday, December 16th-Today is the Third Sunday of Advent

Monday, December 17th-Happy birthday to eighth grade students, Alexa Callahan and Avery West, and second grade student, Nate Mink.

Tuesday, December 18th-Grades 1 to 4 Christmas Show is at 1 and 7 p.m.

Wednesday, December 19th-Happy birthday to fourth grade student, James Kyle, and PreK 4 student, Bridget Doherty. Today is "Walking Wednesday." Grades 5 to 8 Christmas Show is at 1 and 7 p.m.

Thursday, December 20th-Christmas Parties are in the afternoon. Christmas Band Concert is at 7 p.m.

Friday, December 21st-Today is the first day of winter. Prayer Service is at 2:15 p.m. Christmas Vacation begins at dismissal today and classes do not resume until Thursday, January 3rd.

Saturday, December 22nd-Happy birthday to Anthony Alianiello.

Sunday, December 23rd-Today is the Fourth Sunday of Advent.

Monday, December 24th-Happy Christmas Eve

Tuesday, December 25th-Merry Christmas

Wednesday, December 26th-Today is the feast of St. Stephen, first martyr.

Thursday, December 27th-Happy birthday to seventh grade twins, Joseph and Luke Devine.

Friday, December 28th-Today is the east of the Holy Innocents, martyrs.

Saturday, December 29th-Happy birthday to eighth grade student, Christian Ottesen, and seventh grade student, Chase Boyle.

Sunday, December 30th-Today is the feast of the Holy Family.

Monday, December 31st-Happy birthday to fifth grade student, Stephen Land, and Kindergarten student, Vivienne Burrell.

Tuesday, January 1st-New Year's Day'-Happy birthday to PreK 4 teacher assistant, Mrs. Halvorsen.

Wednesday, January 2nd-NO SCHOOL

Thursday, January 3rd- Classes Resume.

Friday, January 4th-Happy birthday to fifth grade student, Olivia Hall, and eighth grade student, Roman Slachta. First Friday Mass begins at 10:00 a.m.

Saturday, January 5th-Happy Saturday!

Sunday, January 6th-Epiphany of the Lord

Monday, January 7th-Faculty Meeting after school.

Tuesday, January 8th-Irish Dance begins after school today.





Tuition Assistance

FACTS Grant and Aid

· Applications open on November 1, 2018

Here is the link for FACTS Grant and Aid:

https://online.factsmgt.com/aid

· Priority Application Deadline is March 30, 2019

· Cost to apply is $30


Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone will begin on Monday, September 24th.

I have spoken to the students about the goals for Rosetta Stone. Rosetta Stone Foreign Language based learning provides 2 essential needs for our students as we look to see them prepared for 21st century: Students receive practice in "Distance Learning." They get to see what it is like to learn using a computer program. (High Schools are doing that now for various college courses.) The second is to immerse the students in a foreign language and culture. We do not expect the students to master the language--just get a feel for the language and culture. They will have that opportunity for at least 40 minutes each week. They can use the computer lab, before school, after school, or at lunch time. We just need to know ahead of time if they need to use the lab. Be sure they have the head set with microphone with them. Five Below sells headsets w/microphone. The system recommends Microsoft LifeChat LX-3000 (more expensive). They are sold on amazon.com

The students are NOT supposed to skip around. They begin on Level 1 and proceed through each Unit and lesson. A score of 90 or above should be reached before going to the next lesson. Hours are required to reach a 4, 3, 2, or 1 on the Report Card in World Language. The requirements for the First Trimester are:

  • 4 on the Report Card--4 hours or above
  • 3 on the Report Card--3 to 3.9 hours
  • 2 on the Report Card--2 to 2.9 hours
  • 1 on the Report Card--0 to 1.9 hours
  • N/A--did not participate

All students of Grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 are set up for Rosetta Stone for the 2018-2019 school year. This will happen starting Sept. 24th. The student has the user name and password. User Name: Firstname_Lastname Password: Student ID.

The website is: https://stbasilgcs.rosettastoneclassroom.com/en-US


C.A.R.E.S. Phone Number: 484-354-5501