On this page you will find valuable information about our daycare facility, school uniforms, and more. If you have any questions feel free to contact us today!
- Parent Handbook
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Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
The role of the PTO is to build community spirit by hosting school events and, when appropriate, supporting the school’s fund raising goals as recommended by the School Advisory Board, the Chief Administrator and the Canonical Administrator.
Membership: The membership of this organization shall be open to all families that are currently registered at St. Peter's School. Each family will have one vote on any issues requiring a vote.
|Chair||Mrs. Haralson, Mrs. Gidoni|
Fund raising activities are required to help bridge the gap of the cost of education and all PTO fund raising money directly supports student activities.
We only have 1 fund raising event for the year:
- The Race for Education on October 9, 2017
School Advisory Board
The School Advisory Board (SAB) operates under the guidance of the Archdiocese of Washington and is based on the idea of shared leadership. Parents, faculty, administration and the parish community work together to provide advice regarding school policies according to the mission of the school and policies of the Archdiocese. This advice is provided through the work of committees such as planning, policy development, finance, public relations and marketing, and fund raising. Members include the Pastor, School Principal and representatives from the faculty, parents of children in the school, the President of the Home and School Association and a parishioner without children in the school.
|PTO President||Mrs. Haralson|
|St. Peter's Parish Representative||Vacant|
|Our Lady Parish Representative||Mrs. Farrington|
|Parent Representatives||Mrs. Lester|
Box Tops For Education
We all shop for groceries, sometimes two or three times a week, or more. Now turn those shopping trips into easy cash for St. Peter's and encourage friends to do the same! Just look for the Box Tops logo on hundreds of General Mills products. Clip these Tops and either send them into school loose OR tape them on to the collection sheets that come home each month with your child. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents for St. Peter's School. Last year the School received over $1,300 from this program.
For more information, go to: http://www.boxtops4education.com/
It is a requirement of the Child Protection Policy of the Archdiocese of Washington and of St. Peter's School, that anyone wishing to volunteer at the school must complete the steps below. Please call the Admissions Director, Mrs. Richards at 301-843-1955, if you have any questions.
Register online for a Child Protection Training Session. For organization, select Washington DC (Archdiocese). Designate yourself as a volunteer at St. Peter (411) (Waldorf).
Please review the Archdiocese of Washington Child Protection Policy Compliance Checklist for Volunteers and then fill out the application form available online. Please turn the form into Mrs. Richards once it has been completed.
The Child Protection Policy was developed by the Office of Catholic Schools. Below are some valuable resources for parents.
Uniform Policy and Guidance
Day Care Program
The St. Peter's Day Care program is open to all Pre-K through 8th grade students. The program is offered from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and from 3:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m every day that school is in session. On scheduled early dismissal days, the program will commence immediately at school dismissal and will continue through the regularly scheduled time. Our program is operated by a board-certified staff member and is licensed by the State of Maryland.
Cost is $9 an hour for 1 child, $11 an hour for a family. There is a $20 registration fee per family.
All families are eligible to use the day care provided.
To register, simply complete a registration form and one emergency card for each child and submit them to the school along with your registration fee.
If you have any further questions or would like to come in for a visit, please contact the school at 301-843-1955.