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  • Extracurricular Activities

    Student Council

    St. Peter Student Council is a program in which students in grades 3-8 are given the opportunity to become leaders of the school. Led by the 7th and 8th grade officers, the classroom representatives learn to develop many important qualities including leadership, responsibility, and community service. The 5th-7th grade students are introduced to the election process by campaigning, writing speeches and electing new officers for the following school year. Each school year brings a new group of students who are excited to express the student body’s ideas and concerns to the teachers and administration. Student Council is an opportunity for the students to have their voices heard in their school.

    Officers, Activities and Fundraisers

    Student Council Officers for the 2017-2018 School Year
    Jackson DiBease, President
    Emily Kuhn, Vice President
    Taylor Megee, Secretary
    Ryan O’Callaghan, Treasurer

    Skating Parties
    Toy Drive
    Santa for Seniors
    Thanksgiving Food Drive
    Red Ribbon Week
    Clothing Drive
    Ice Cream Sundae Night
    Open House Tours

    Dress Down Day Fundraisers
    GO 4 the Goal
    Autism Speaks
    Ronald McDonald House
    American Heart Association
    Hop-a-Thon (MDA)

    Important Dates

    • 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
    • St. Peter Pastor's Hall
    Irish Festival Fundraiser

    This one is for the ADULTS! Come out for this comminity-wide event to celebrate being Irish or knowing someone who is!

    • 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    • Chipotle 818 Haddonfield Road, Cherry Hill
    Chipotle Fundraiser

    Come in to the Chipotle at 818 Haddonfield Road in Cherry Hill on Wednesday, April 5th between 4:00pm and 8:00pm.

    February Calendar

    • February 2, 11:30 Dismissal, Faculty meeting
    • February 3, First Penance, 10:30
    • February 9, Valentine’s Family Dance Party
    • February 14, Ash Wednesday
    • February 19, NO SCHOOL, Presidents’ Day