Parents

Parents' Club/Montessori Advisory Committee

Spartan Athletic Boosters

Theater & Performing Arts

Parents’ Club is a campus-wide group of school parents from Montessori to 12th grade that sponsors fundraisers for the school such as the Christmas Classic, recycling, and granting requests from St. Peter’s teachers to enhance learning in and out of the classroom. The Club helps with other events such as the Used Uniform Sale.

This group meets August through May on the FIRST WEDNESDAY of each month at 5:30 via Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Athletic Boosters is a group of school parents that been actively involved in the school’s athletic programs for well over 50 years. The sole purpose of this club, as stated in their Constitution, is “to financially assist and support the development and improvement of all athletic programs at Mansfield St. Peter’s grade and high schools.”

The Spartan Athletic Boosters provide St. Peter’s School with team uniforms, sports equipment, awards, award banquets, as well as financial support for the school’s athletic facilities. The Spartan Athletic Boosters have helped keep the school from a pay to play athletic model.

Athletic Boosters also sponsor the Blue & White and Twelve Season Blanket Awards and the William R. Smith Memorial Award. The Spartan Boosters run the basketball and soccer concessions, Spartan Boosters Golf Scramble, 50/50 drawings.

St. Peter’s Theatre & Performing Arts Booster Club supports its student thespians by assisting with production needs, volunteering at events, and helping to raise funds to offset the costs of our annual musical production. New members are always welcome!

School Closing Information

If severe weather or other emergencies necessitate school closing, announcements will be made through the following platforms:

  • Spartan Alert! – Text and Email
  • Alma School Notification – Text, Phone & Email
  • Richland Source
  • Mid-State Media (WVNO Mix 106.1 FM, WRGM ESPN 97.3 FM, 99.3 The Light and WMFD-TV)
  • iHeart Media (WMAN 1400AM/98.3 FM, WNCO 101.3, 102.3 The Fox, Y-105, My100.1, 107.7 The Breeze)

Delayed Start or Early Dismissal – When there is a threat of severe weather or when there is a special emergency, it may be necessary to begin school late or dismiss school early. This will be announced through the same platforms. Parents/Guardians should have made arrangements with their children about where to go in case of an early dismissal.

VIRTUS Training

For the safety and well-being of all students, the Diocese of Toledo has instituted safety protocols by which all employees and volunteers of its Catholic schools must abide. Any adult who would like to volunteer at St. Peter’s at an activity where students are present must complete the VIRTUS training and background check before volunteering.

HAVE YOU COMPLETED VIRTUS AT YOUR PARISH?

If you have completed this program at your parish, you don’t need to complete it again.

START THE PROGRAM

This program is online, taking about 45 minutes to complete. You can register and take the certification test at VIRTUS Online.

Questions?

If you have questions about this program, please contact Paula Nestor.

Cafeteria Information

Children need healthy meals to learn. St. Peter’s School offers healthy meals each school day. Lunch costs $2.75 (K-6) and $3.50 (7-12). Parents need to pre-fund their child’s meal account using MySchoolBucks.

Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced-price meals. The reduced price is .40¢(K-12) for lunch. More information on the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program and application is available for download.