The ASK students at St. Peter Catholic Academy sponsored a food drive to benefit those less fortunate. The ASK students were able to achieve their goal of collecting food items with the help of their peers from the student body. they collected for Reaching Out Community Services, a neighborhood food panty which serves our area and other adjoining neighborhoods. It takes a village to address issues such as world poverty, the students at the SPCA community heard the call. Many student found within themselves to be more motivated to undertake their own efforts to give to a great charity by exercising our Corporal Works of Mercy; feeding the hungry.
Disciples the Month
Every month we celebrate First Friday Mass as a community. Each month a student from each grade is chosen who embodies what is means to be Disciple on the Month.
A disciple is a follower, one who accepts and assists in spreading the doctrines of another. The disciple of the month a is a student who emulates and demonstrates the character of Jesus Christ. The fruits of the spirit are shown through their actions namely: chastity, faithfulness, generosity, gentleness, goodness, joy, kindness, love, modesty, patience, peace, self-control.
The Holy Spirit will prompt them to examine their thoughts, words and actions and compare them with the Word of God.
St. Peter Catholic Academy students, faculty, and staff wore orange to show their support in Unity Day. Unity Day, the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, has been recognized in the United States since 2011. To participate in Unity Day, we wear or display orange to advocate against for bullying prevention. Together against bullying; they are united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.