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7th Grade Science

One of our parents, Mrs. Cernich, presented to the 7th grade class the latest advancements in bionics and prosthetics. Students were able to control Mrs. Cernich’s arm remotely with theirs and to observe the electrical signals given off by their muscles using EMGs.
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Career Day

St. Peter School Career Day 2018 was a huge success. All morning, students in grades 1-8 learned about the worlds of graphic design, comic book design, aviation, dentistry and the FBI. We are immensely grateful to our parent volunteers who shared their time and talents with our students.
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Author visit: Gary Karton

During Catholic Schools Week, we were fortunate to have the award-winning author, Gary Karton, visit with our students in second grade through sixth grade. Mr. Karton spoke to students about his Brody Boondoggle spirit animal adventures series and his experiences growing up with dyslexia. It was a magical hour. The students really connected with Mr. Karton.

“I want kids to know three things,” Mr. Karton says. “First, that every kid has special powers. Second, that being different is good. And third, if I can do this, then anyone can do or become whatever they can imagine.”

Gary Karton currently has two books published, The Last Akaway and The Rock of Sarraka.
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Science Fair

Grades 4-7 participated in the annual SPS Science Fair. Students put a lot of hard work and presented on projects that were of interest to them. The judges were very impressed with the quality of their work and how creatively they documented it. Congratulations to all the students and to the winners in each class!
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Fourth Graders are Doctors!

Fourth graders arrived at school this morning to find that their classroom had transformed into St. Peter’s Hospital and doctors were desperately needed for a special operation! Students evaluated numerical expressions using the order of operations and created their own expressions for their peers to evaluate.
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