QUE PASA--6/5/2019 (English)

Dear Parents,

       Together, we made it to the last few days of school!  Our students showed so much growth this school year. Thank you for being partners in our children’s education!

       Your child progressed and developed socially, academically, and spiritually this year at St. Peter’s.  Continue to support them over the summer.  Guide them as they work on their Summer Learning Challenge requirements.  Attend mass and pray together. Seek out fun, new, and enriching experiences as a family.  I promise to do the same with my own family!  

        I share with you this prayer to end this school year:

God of wisdom,
We thank you for all the gifts you have given us throughout this school year. We praise you for blessing us with knowledge, so that we may use this knowledge to make our world a better place—to be positive examples of love and service. 

As we come to the end of this school year, we thank you for the good things you have done in us, and we praise you for all who have shared in the work of this school. We ask you to bless them in your love and give them refreshment and peace. 

We pray that everyone has a safe summer, and for us to return to school even more ready to learn and grow.
We ask this through Jesus Christ, our Lord, who lives and reigns forever and ever. AMEN. 


And don’t forget…

Grow, Accomplish, Love, Serve, Unite!  

St. Peter’s has the KEYS to OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS!


Have a great summer! 

See you for the new school year on August 28!

--Mrs. Sandra Jimenez


Two of our teachers will be moving on from St. Peter’s School at the end of this school year.  Mr. Guzman, our middle school math teacher, and Ms. VanConas, our Mercy Corps Volunteer, have dedicated so much time and love to our students.  We are extremely grateful for their service and wish them the best on their future endeavors!



Tomorrow—Thursday, June 6 at 9:00 AM—we will have our Academic Awards Assembly for grades 1 through 7 in the church.  You are welcome to join us for this assembly. 



There will be no BVCC after school services available tomorrow, Thursday, June 6 (12:30 Dismissal) and Friday, June 7 (10:00 Dismissal).

The Computer lab is also now closed for the school year.



This Friday, June 7 at 8:30AM, we will have our final school mass for this school year.  Please join in this special celebration.  Since it is a mass day—no gray sweats or free dress passes may be used on this day.



The BVCC Summer Program will be at St. Peter’s School from June 10 – July 26.  Registration forms are available in the school office and at BVCC.  If you have further questions, please call Rochelle at 415-713-0625. 



There are still some yearbooks available for purchase in the school office.  $25 for a full-color, hardcover memory book for this school year!  Supplies are limited!



Aztecs! Do you play soccer? Are you interested in coaching?! We are very excited to announce that we will be starting a second-grade soccer team next year! The league is not part of CYO, as they do not begin team play until third grade, but we firmly believe that exposing our students to sports at an earlier age can only be beneficial! Please contact our Athletic Director Jim Sanchez at 415-722-3999 if you are interested in helping out! 



Last week, students in grades Kindergarten through 7 received information about the Summer Learning Challenge.  Completing this Summer Learning Challenge will help prevent the “summer slide,” where students can lose 2-3 months of reading and math skills every summer.  This adds up—by 5th grade summer learning loss can make a student 2.5 - 3 years behind their peers who read during the summer.

Please look over the summer learning challenge with your child, and encourage them to complete the mandatory components of the challenge by the due date.  Information about the Summer Learning Challenge is also available on the school website, www.stpterssf.org



Beginning next school year (August 2019), we will a have new uniform shoe policy to help show our UNITY as a school.  Uniform shoes will be solid black or solid white rubber-soled shoes or sneakers; no boots.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation on this matter.




1A - Thank you for a wonderful year! Your children have been a true pleasure to teach. It has been such a privilege to watch them learn and grow and I can't wait to see all of the amazing things they will go on to do. Please continue to support them over the summer by reading, visiting the library, and completing the summer learning challenge. Encourage them to go for the grand prize. Have a wonderful summer! :)   From: Ms. Rowe


2A – Each day I am just amazed at how much these students have grown. To hear them talk about proper nouns, adverbs, multiplication facts, and worm castings is like music to my ears! I hope everyone has a restful summer and you spend time with loved ones. Read, read, read! Find ways to stay busy and keep your brains growing!  From: Mrs. Schusteritsch


3A – It has been an amazing year with much growth and many accomplishments.  You are an AWESOME class.  I will truly miss each of you and I love you dearly.  I believe that you will make impressive 4th graders.  You are prepared with all of the knowledge that you have acquired.  Please do all that you can to stay prepared throughout the summer.  This means NO SUMMER SLIDE but instead working daily on your STMath lessons as well as your Summer Learning Challenge.  Stay focused on your ability to achieve and have a spectacular summer.  From: Mrs. Gonzalez


4A - Wow, I cannot believe our school year is coming to a close! It has been a privilege teaching your children this year. These 5th-Graders-in-Training are kind, hard-working and determined to succeed. We will finish out our week with a variety of fun activities, some cleaning, and of course, our mini field-trip the Precita Park. Thank you for all your help and support this year. I will miss this class so much! I really appreciate it! Please begin to work on the Summer Learning Challenge--Let's keep the learning up!  From: Ms. Watters


5A – I'm so impressed by how much the 5th graders have grown this school year! Ask your child to explain the graphs of their STAR growth they brought home over the weekend. This week, we will continue to talk more about how our soon-to-be 6th graders can continue growing their brains over this summer with some summer goal-setting activities. We’ll also celebrate the start of summer with Wednesday’s special trip to Burger Joint, care of the Ramirez-Cauich families. Thank you for sharing your children with me! It's been such an honor to spend this year with them!  From: Ms. Storms


6A  To our 6th graders: Thank you so much for such a wonderful year full of growing, accomplishing, loving, serving, and uniting! It has been such a joy to teach you and learn with you this school year! I am looking forward to seeing each of you for 7th grade Social Studies! We have a lot more to learn and explore together! I wish you and your family a very exciting and safe summer! Thank you, parents and families, for your support from home this year with our schoolwork and our class activities and fundraisers! We would not have had such a wonderful year without all of your help and support! God bless you all!  From: Ms. Land


7A   I want to thank 7A families for giving your children the love, support, and patience they needed during their 7th grade year. It was a pleasure working with them. I wish them all the best moving forward. St. Peter's School is looking forward to seeing their growth as they become next year's leaders. May God bless you.  From: Mr. Guzman 




June 6            9:00 AM, Awards Assembly in church

June 6           12:30 Dismissal

                      Computer Lab and BVCC Closed

June 7           8:30 AM, End of School Year Mass

June 7           10:00 Dismissal – Last Day of School!

                      Computer Lab and BVCC Closed


August 28     First day of the 2019-2020 School Yea