November Star Students are the following students: Alessandra Rodriguez-Pre-K, Kyleigh Coakley-Pre-K, Ryan Amour-K, Rhema Toekulah-K, Rachelle Baiden-Gr. 1, Andrew Rigber-Gr.1, Tiffany Njenga-Gr. 2, Evan Rodriguez-Gr. 2, Precious Nyutu-Gr. 3, Austin Quattrucci-Gr. 3, Grace Gray-Gr. 4, Khloe Siergie-Gr. 4, Shayna Thurman-Gr. 5, Mark El-Nemr-Gr. 5, Amelie Rodriguez-Gr.6, Samphina Zinnah-Gr. 6, Laura Martinez-Gr. 7, Kim Nguyen-Gr. 7, Francis Cardinal-Gr. 7 and Davin McGrath-Gr.8.
Congratulations and we are proud of you!
Congratulations to our October Star Students: Eleanor Anderson-Pre-K, Giovanni Jean Jacques-Pre-K, Daniel Masumbuko-Gr. K, Leo Voyer-Gr. K, Emily Lebron-Gr. 1, Nevaya Kneeland-Gr. 1, Brielle Atuquayfio-Gr. 2, Hannah McLaughlin-Gr. 2, Pya Poku-Mensah-Gr. 3, Trenaya Leshore-Gr. 3, Lila Barranco-Gr. 4, Jack Cardinal-Gr. 4, Travis Kuria-Gr. 5, Erin Gregoire-Gr. 5, Alina Rozo-Gr. 6, Owen Browne-Gr. 6, Abby Simpson-Gr. 7, Brady Coonan-Gr. 7, Miya Gardner-Gr. 8, Claire Boucher-Gr. 8. We are proud of you!
Congratulations to all of our September Star Students. We are so proud of all of you. Keep up the wonderful work.
Our September Star Student are:
Preschool: Tanner Dumas and Caroline Gemme
Kindergarten: Ellie Cavanaugh and Madison Gemme
First Grade: Maurice Fogue and Stephen Scanlon
Second Grade: Anthony Hernandez and Patrick Kelly
Third Grade: Keryn Brown and Jade Dorvilus
Fourth Grade: Jasmine Nesbit and Julia Nordahl
Fifth Grade: Adriana Barrett and Charles Zellmer
Sixth Grade: Kassidy Gibree and Colin McCarthy
Seventh Grade: Madeline Olson and Victor Wairimu
Eighth Grade: Larissa Aweh and Samara Masiki
Please be sure to check the bus schedules (AM and PM). The buses have changes as have the stops. The stops listed are for those who have already signed up for a bus stop. Please read the information on the Bus Schedule page on the website. You can access it by clicking on the link below. Thank you for your understanding.
The UPDATED 2020-2021 School Bus Schedule has been posted.
Please check the scheduled stops (AM and PM stops)
Please watch our video all about the arrival and dismissal procedures by clicking on the title below. It will help you to get to and from school. Enjoy our video.
DESE and DPH intend to collaborate throughout the school year to conduct periodic reviews of guidance. We are posting the information they have put together. Please be sure to go over the presentation. It is intended to help you as we return to school. Thank you for taking the time to review it. Please click on one of the links below to view the presentation. The first one is a slide presentation in PDF form. You can click it to read it and/or download it. The second one is the same slides presented as a video. As you are watching it, you can pause the slides to spend more time on each of the slides. Look for them white arrow in the middle of the slide to click on to begin the video.
DPH-DESE Alignment slides_v3 (002) (1) PDF file (scroll down to view each slide)
Below is a letter from Mrs.Kursonis. The reopening plans for the 2020-2021 school year, along with a letter from Superintendent Perda and Mrs. Kursonis’ letter (that is also posted below0 are available for you to download and read. Please read the plans carefully. We will keep you up to date if anything changes.
God bless you and your family members.
St. Peter Central Catholic Reopening Plans for the 2020-2021 school year – click the link below to download
A letter from Mrs. Kursonis
Please read carefully the following information describing the three proposed re-entry plans developed for the 2020-21 academic year, as required by the state. These plans, which include fully in-person, hybrid, and remote learning models, are the result of months of work and planning based on input from our school community; guidance from Dr. David Perda, Superintendent of the Diocese of Worcester Catholic Schools Office and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE); and state and federal COVID-19 health and safety recommendations.
After due consideration, we are able to offer an in-person start to our school year. This will give teachers the opportunity to get to know their new students and assess academic needs to address any gaps in learning related to the rapid COVID-19 closure last spring. I understand and am empathetic to the many concerns of our families about how to best meet the educational, social, and emotional learning needs of our students in the current context of the pandemic . Please be aware that this document is fluid: although it is posted on the website, it may change many times before our September opening, depending upon new information and guidance. Additional information about the school day, including details about designated entrance and exit doors and dismissal, and specifics regarding preschool drop-off and pickup procedures are forthcoming. We hope that changes to this document will be minimal, but as we continue to monitor changing local, state and federal guidance, it may be necessary to modify these re-entry plans.
Thank you for sharing your input and feedback over these last few months. Despite the challenges ahead, rest assured we will continue to provide the same nurturing, loving, and excellent learning environment at school this year, whether in-person, hybrid, or remote. We look forward to welcoming back all of our families in September. Enjoy the rest of the summer.
Mrs. Margaret Kursonis, Principal
St. Peter Central Catholic School
Know that the faculty and staff of St. Peter Central Catholic love and care for each and everyone one of you. Thank you to all first responders, doctors, nurses, all those who continue to work to give everyone what is needed. You are truly a blessing.
Muchas Gracias to Señora Zegarra, Rodrigo, Mateo and Luciana for decorating our fence at school to thank essential workers and celebrate our graduating 8th graders! It’s beautiful! Muy hermoso!