Ministries for Children and Youth

FIRE
Foundation for Inclusive Religious Education
Provide the opportunity for an inclusive Catholic education for children with special needs.
Carnie & Maura Nulton,  816-822-1739

School Board
Responsible for long-range planning, policy development, finances, public relations, evaluation of the administration’s relationship with the board, major curriculum changes, and facilitation of communication among school-related groups.
Janet Spallo, Principal, 363-7051, ext. 211
jspallo@stpeterskc.org
Teresa Moore, School Board Chairwoman, 816-523-2760
teresaandlee@hotmail.com

 

PTA
This organization supports activities, events and functions that benefit all students at our school. It promotes open communication between teachers and parents; provides opportunities for students and parents to grow mentally and spiritually; raises needed funds to support school and social activities; acknowledges the accomplishments of our students; recognizes the dedication of our teachers and staff; and involves the surrounding community in the life of our school.
Angie Meyer, Assistant Princpal, 363-7051, ext. 215
ameyer@stpeterskc.org
Jill Hathaway, PTA President, 816-361-0086
jill@jhathawayshoeboutique.com

Athletic Program
Students in grades 5-8 may participate in basketball, volleyball and track.  Instructional basketball is available to students in grade 4.  Soccer is sponsored through the Brookside Soccer League.
More information available on our School Athletics Website.
Katie Roder, Athletic Director, 816-333-8134
katie.roder@jocogov.org

 

School of Religion
Religious education program for children in grades K-8 who are not receiving religious education in a Catholic school.  Provides sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation and Eucharist.
Father Steve Cook, 816-363-7051, ext 112
scook@stpeterskc.org

High School Youth Group
The high school youth group meets on the first and third Sundays of the month to learn more about our Catholic Faith, share our experiences, do service and develop friendships that are positive and lifelong. Adult volunteers must complete the “Protecting God’s Children” program and have a background check. In addition to our twice-monthly meetings, we have other regularly on-going meetings for mission trip preparation, service projects, and catechesis. Adult volunteers help in one or more of the following ways:

  • Lead small group discussion sessions during the course of our meetings
  • Act as hosts for the meetings (set-up and take-down of materials and refreshments)
  • Become one of the lead teachers for our meetings

Toni Mitchum, Youth Ministry, 816-363-7051, ext. 171
tmitchum@stpeterskc.org

 

Nursery
Adults and youth care for children during the Sunday morning Masses. Adult volunteers must complete the “Protecting God’s Children” program and have a background check.
Paula Shorter, 816-444-2309
Paula.Shorter@rockhurst.edu

 

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