On Friday, December 21st, the SPCC Chorus put on a concert for family members, friends and the SPCC community. Click on the link below to watch a video of some of the concert. Sit back and enjoy. Thank you Ms. Kontulis for creating the video and posting it on the SPCC Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/stpetercentralcatholic/videos/542787092904480/
SPCC presented it’s Annual Christmas Pageant on Friday, December 21st at 1;30pm in the Shelia Gadoua Memorial Gym. Everyone who came experienced the true meaning of Christmas – the birth of Jesus.
The SPCC Chorus will be presenting the Annual Christmas Concert on Friday, December 21st at 10;30 AM in the Shelia Gadoua Memorial Gym. You are invited to attend and enjoy the music of the Christmas season.
The Eighth Grade elves will be holding the Annual Elf Shop on Tuesday, December 18th and Wednesday, December 19th. They will help the children to shop for gifts for the whole family. Be sure to send in a list of who the children are buying, how much you wish them to spend, and money in an envelope marked with their name and labeled Elf Shop. Thank you to all who helped the “elves” get ready.
The Kindergarten had fun learning about St. Michael, St. Raphael, and St. Gabriel. We learned that St. Michael protected the Kingdom of God by defeating evil and banishing Satan from Heaven. Our Kindergarten friends made sheilds and invited some Police Officer friends to our classroom. We shared the story “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” by, Carol McCloud because we protect each other from bucket dippers, just like our Police Officers do. Our guests then “knighted” the children so that they may go out into the world to continue St. Michael’s work. The children sang a prayer to St. Michael and then raised their hands in prayer over our Officer friends so that they may stay safe while they continue doing St. Michael’s work in the world.
STREAM Problem of the Month
October Pumpkin Stand
Whole School via Intercom: 10/12 2:00
Whole School in the Gym: 10/23
Challenge: Create a base for a pumpkin to sit on.
The stand must be 6 inches in the air.
(Can be modified higher or lower by grade level)
4 feet of tape
1 foot of String
On Friday, October 12, the children will be trying out their engineering skills for the first time this school year. They will be creating a base for a pumpkin to sit on. First, students will have time (with a time limit) to discuss, sketch, and plan how their group will create the base for their pumpkin to sit on. Then, after the plan has been created, they will have to create and test their base (to check to see if their base holds their pumpkin up). This step also has a time limit. Each group will have time to redesign their base as needed to hold the pumpkin and test their redesigns before everyone meets in the gym on October 23 to show everyone their designs.
Check back to see the results of our STREAM Problem of the Month.
Thank you to all of our Hot Dog Day helpers. Watch for our next Hot Dog Day.
The Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year were installed on Friday, September 8 at the Opening of School Mass held in the Shelia Gadoua Memorial Gym. Monsignor Scollen celebrated Mass for Grades Preschool – Eighth. The Student Council was installed. They received their pins from Mrs. Kursonis and then took their oath.
Student Council 2018-2019
8th Grade Officers:
President: Gwen Marcotte
Vice President: Michael Klofft
Secretary: Janelle Mensah
Treasurer: James Hoban
Student Ambassador: Patrick Hoban
Gr. 7 Mia Zoghbi (Mr. Coonan)
Gr. 6 Olivia Hernandez (Ms. Slavinskas)
Gr. 6 Francis Cardinal (Mrs. Crosby)
Gr. 5 Cameron Joinville (Ms. Kontulis)
Gr. 5 Laurie Marcotte (Mrs. Pepin)
Gr. 4 Alexis Gemme (Mrs. Racine)
Gr. 4 Kassidy Gibree (Ms. Caissie)