Back to School Orientation

Orientation dates and times for the two campuses are as follows:

  • Preschool students are invited to attend the Popsicle Social on Wednesday, August 9th from 6:00-7:00 PM at the ECC.  Students will bring their school supplies, and will meet their teachers and new friends.  
  • Preschool Parent meeting is on Thursday, August 10th from 6:00-7:00 PM.  This meeting is for parents only.  The preschool teachers will review the expectations and goals for the year, and answer your questions.  
  • Orientation for Kindergarten-8th grade is on Monday, August 14th. Families are welcome to attend either the noon-2:00 PM or 5:00-7:00 PM session. Both sessions will start at St. Paul Church with a brief overview of the school presented by Jeanne Miller, president of SPPS, and Jamie Burch, principal of SPPS.  Families will be dismissed from the church to the school to drop off their school supplies, meet their teachers, and get settled for the year.

Middle School Summer Reading Assignment

This summer, students will be assigned one book per grade level. In addition, students are asked to read a minimum of one-hour per week throughout the summer (at or above their grade level). This reading can be done from a variety of sources: newspapers, magazine articles, novels, short stories, non-fiction, etc. Many students are on a range of reading levels, and we want your student to find books that are on his/her level, or slightly above. Before your student begins reading their book of choice, please have them go to, and type in the title of the book to find out its Lexile, or reading level. Many students are on a variety of reading levels.  We suggest your student find books that are on their level, or slightly above. 
2017-2018 Middle School Summer Reading Assignment 

School Supply Lists

We are excited to announce that our school has partnered with ClassBundl Supplies to offer 2017-2018 school supplies online! You can simply search our school (Sts. Peter & Paul), select your student’s classroom, and have their supplies bundled and shipped to your door for free. Each purchase earns 5% cash back to our school to fund projects. You can order convenient supplies online at starting June 1.

This service is offered as a courtesy to parents – you do not have to purchase supplies through ClassBundl.  Supply lists can be found in the link below if you wish to purchase the items on your own.

Please note if ordering through ClassBundl, some of the requested supplies are not available.  Be sure to check “Teacher Instructions” at the top.  If you already have some of supplies such as scissors, ruler, or calculator simply remove those items from your cart.  Middle School students, please make sure you include the general supplies and supplies for the different classroom subjects.  All orders will ship directly to your home. 

2017-2018 School Supply Lists

Summer Office Hours and Kids Mail

The office is open over the summer months Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.  We will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th.   “Kids Mail” will be sent to families on the 15th and 30th of July.  We will resume weekly publication of Kids Mail on August 10. 

End of School Year Out of Uniform Dates

As is tradition at SPPS, the last few days of school are Out of Uniform Days.  Students must adhere to the Out of Uniform policy in the Student Handbook.  Shorts must reach at least 3″ above the knee. No leggings. No bare shoulders or midriffs.  

  • Monday, May 22 – Mixed-up sock Monday – students can wear whatever color/pattern socks they want to school this day with their regular uniform.  This is not an “Out of Uniform Day” – just free choice of socks. 
  • Tuesday, May 23 – SPPS Spirit Day.  Students can wear any SPPS shirt with shorts or jeans.  8th grade students have the option of wearing a T-shirt from their new high school.  
  • Wednesday, May 24 – Students in Kindergarten – 7th grade are to wear “dressy attire” for Mass.  

SPPS Healthy Living Expo

The SPPS Healthy Living Expo will be on Friday, March 31.  Health professionals from our school and the community will be speaking to students about different health related topics. There will be displays in the theater about nutrition, infectious disease, safety, dental health, tobacco use & more. Extreme Fitness will be here to do a special training activity in the gym. It will be an exciting & fun day for learning about keeping our bodies (temples of the Holy Spirit) healthy!  If you would like to be a presenter at the Health and Wellness Fair, please contact Mrs. Schenck at
Healthy Living Expo volunteer sign-ups

Eagle Arts Spring 2017

We happy to offer another session of after school Eagle Arts classes for our students.  To register, please complete the online registration. Registration will close on March 8.  If classes do no meet the minimum enrollment required by the organization sponsoring the class, the class will be cancelled.  We will notify families via email on March 10 if a class is cancelled.  


Bricks 4 Kidz (Kindergarten – 5th grade)
Cost $75
Classes will meet on Mondays from 3:00 – 4:00 PM in the Art Room
This is a six week class meeting from March 20 – May 1 (3/20, 3/27, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1)

Your child’s learning doesn’t need to stop when the bell rings.  At Brick 4 Kidz, we believe it’s important to tap into a child’s potential by encouraging their curiosity and creativity in and out of the classroom.  Our fun-filled model plans designed by engineers and architects, teach children to learn with LEGO bricks.  Our theme based projects kids motivate children by reinforcing S.T.E.M. based principles while enhancing self-esteem, improving fine motor-skills, and teaching important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions.  All classes include a S.T.E.M. lesson, model building with instructions, and creative/free play.  All participants build and keep a mini figure after each session.  Join us Mondays, March 20 – May 1 from 3:00-4:00 in the Art Room.  

Living Arts & Science Center – Mosaic Tile Weaving: Kentucky Quilts with Victoria Gress (Grades 3-5)
Cost is $80
Classes will meet on Thursdays from 3:15-4:30 in the Art Room
This is a six week class meeting from March 16 – April 27 (3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27)

Weave up some wonderful art in this class.  We’ll learn about the history of woven textiles in our culture and about the heritage of Kentucky barn quilt paintings.  Working with yarn, cardboard, markers, paint, and glitter, together we will design and create a decorative wall hanging out of our handmade quilt squares.  

Newton’s Attic After School STEM program (Grades 4-8)
Cost $90
Classes will meet on Tuesdays from 3:15-4:30 in the Science Lab
This is a six week class meeting March 21 – May 2 (3/21, 3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2)

This is a 6-week after school program being offered to 4th-8th grade students with little or no experience using tools or building projects. This highly structured and closely supervised class introduces young minds to the engineering process and hand tool use. Students will work on a variety of simple projects such as wooden games, catapults, model rockets and elementary remote control robotic mechanisms. All the activities are designed to be fun and educational and students get to keep all the projects they make.

Notes: Safety glasses or goggles and gloves provided. Loose clothing, jewelry, and open toed shoes should not be worn. Long hair must be pulled back. When working with power tools there is always the risk of cuts, scrapes and scratches. Constant adult supervision will be provided.

Fantastic Creatures (Grades 1-5)
Cost $65
Classes will meet on Wednesdays from 3:15-4:30 in the Art Room
This is a six week class meeting March 22 – May 3 (3/22, 3/29, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3)

Let’s explore the world of crafting through animals during Cut & Paste Craft Club. We’ll tryout out mosaics, decoupage, paint mixing and more as we create our own fantastic creatures.

Please contact Connie Carr  ( if you have any questions about the classes.  Thank you for your continued support of the Arts at SPPS!


Dear Families,

I hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas and you are ready for a great new year! At SPPS, we take bullying very seriously and I am happy to say that our students are very good about reporting problems they see. However, to be sure we encourage reporting ongoing bullying issues, we will be using a new online reporting system called Sprigeo. Students will be able to report incidents online from their phone, computer, tablet, etc. This system includes a parent education module that I think would be very helpful in determining the difference between bad behavior and bullying behavior. Please take some time to review the module and talk with your children about the system and how it should be used appropriately. A link to the reporting side of the system will be posted on the SPPS website and the parent information can be viewed here:  

 We are so lucky to have your children at SPPS and appreciate the support from the families to keep everyone safe and sound while on campus. Thanks for being our partners.

Jamie Burch – principal

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