ST. PETER’S SCHOOL PARTY LIKE IT’S 1985 APRIL 20, 2018 PLAYLIST
itinerary 6:45 - 7:00 PM Registration and Class Project Gallery 7:00 PM Doors Open 7:00 - 8:15 PM Partying Like Itâ€™s 1985 and Silent Auction Bidding 8:30 PM Live Auction Begins *The Silent Auction will close 15 minutes after the close of the Live Auction 10:00 PM Checkout Begins 10:00 - 11:00 PM The Party Continues
Mobile Bidding Information For the second year, all of our Silent Auction items and Teacher Treats will be available on the mobile bidding platform. Be sure to arrive at the event with a charged mobile device, ready to bid! We will also have bid assistants at the event available to aid in your mobile bidding.
Before the Event - Pre-Registration • If you purchased your Auction tickets online, you will receive a mobile bidding pre-registration email the week of the auction.
• This email gives you a personal link through which you may register for mobile bidding.
Registration at the Event • If pre-registered, stop by the check-in table to receive your
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How Mobile Bidding Works • Search using the magnifying glass icon for packages by number or keyword, or you can browse packages by category.
• You can Quick Bid the next bidding increment, set a Max Bid, or Watch packages.
• With Max Bid, the system will automatically bid in your favor until you are outbid or the Silent Auction closes.
• Turn the Max Bid feature off in order to place a straight bid. • Select No Bid Packages in the menu to find packages with no bids.
• Click the house icon to return to the main screen. • Click My List to see all of the packages you are actively bidding on, you will receive a text message if you are out-bid on a package.
• Register your cell phone number and credit card at check-in if not pre-registered.
• You will receive a text message with a web link to follow to the bidder interface web page.
Connecting to Wifi at the Auction • Connect to the network titled “SHERATON-MEETING” • Open a new window of your preferred Internet browser, a PSAV
Meeting Room Internet Service page will direct you to enter the case sensitive Access Code.
• Click Connect Now and you will be directed to a landing page from which you can access the site of your choice.
• Event Access Code: SPS2018
Welcome! We are sincerely looking forward to welcoming you to this, St. Peter’s School’s biggest fundraising event, together. This favorite event is especially potent this year as, after six years as Headmaster, it will be Shawn Kelly’s final SPS event in that role, and at the same time it will be Matt Evans’ first event as Head of School. The Auction is so vital in its role in funding essential expenses, such as the completion of our Blum Library Renovation Project, professional development, and special programming, that are not fully financed by tuition. We both welcome you with the knowledge that funds raised tonight will continue the legacy of St. Peter’s School started at our founding in 1834. We want to give a very special thank you to our 2018 Auction Co-Chairs Beth Hollinger, Michele Jensen, Kathy Ochroch and Jen Tucker, and their wonderful committee of dedicated parent volunteers, for bringing their enthusiasm and drive to this year’s event. They have created a marvelous evening for our School community, with the support of so many generous community partners, along with the faculty and staff of SPS. It is through the generosity of many businesses, faculty, staff, and families that we are able to offer such a wonderful collection of unique items and experiences. We hope that you enjoy the event and are able to find something especially catered to you in one of our many Auction categories. Thank you for your continued support of St. Peter’s School through participation in this Auction. We hope you have a wonderful time and “Party Like It’s 1985!” Sincerely, Shawn Kelly Headmaster, 2012 - April 2018
Matt Evans Head of School, April 2018
Sponsors-in-Kind Thank you to these wonderful supporters who have generously donated goods and services to our Auction specifically to help create a magical evening and allow us to truly Party Like It’s 1985!
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Moore Brothers Wine Company Thank you to Moore Brothers Wine Company for providing a variety of premium wines for special events at St. Peter’s School for over 20 years and for donating the wonderful wine tasting for our Auction. Learn more at Store.moorebrothers.com
The Biles Family Thank you to the Biles Family (P’23’24’27) for your continued support of the St. Peter’s School Auction as a friend of the School!
Matt Tucker, Berkshire Hathaway Thank you to Realtor Matt Tucker (P’27) for generously sponsoring the bar for our Auction. We greatly appreciate your continued support of St. Peter’s School!
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“It’s like totally tubular” Welcome to the 2018 auction! We are excited to look back to the 80s - when punk rock and The Preppy Handbook coexisted. We now look back to the future for the next phase of the library renovation, benefiting all of our children and the whole St. Peter’s School community. Preparing for the auction was more than the combined effort of the four of us. We could not have done this without our wonderful Auction Committee: Erika Cardamone, Susan Eizen, Carrie Konold, Jodi Lokoff, Emily McHose, Samantha Ponns and Shabnam Sedaghat. They worked tirelessly –hitting the streets for donations, talking to friends and neighbors and brainstorming ideas, all while having a great time laughing and reminiscing about the music, movies, fashion, and hairstyles that defined the 80s. We are also very grateful for the talent and creativity of the class parents who worked with our children to create beautiful projects that will undoubtedly cause multiple bidding wars this evening; the thoughtful and generous SPS faculty and staff who agreed to donate their time with special “teacher treats;” and to Dena Hillison who was the glue who held everything together and made this evening happen. We also want to express our sincere appreciation for the donors and advertisers who answered our requests and made much of this possible. For those here tonight or bidding from afar, we hope you have a TOTALLY RAD time. Thank you for supporting the library project and all of our children in the process. Beth Hollinger Michele Jensen Kathy Ochroch Jen Tucker
School Supporters Thank you to these companies who supported the Auction with special rates that allowed us to minimize our costs and make this great event such a success.
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Ultimate Flyers Fan Package
End of Year Grade Party
Want to prove that you’re the biggest Philadelphia Flyers fan at SPS? This package includes a certificate for two tickets for a future Flyers game, with the once in a lifetime opportunity to ride the zamboni and clean up the ice for our team. You will cheer on the team in style with a hockey stick and puck autographed by #14 Sean Cotourier, who debuted in the NHL at the start of the 201112 season and quickly established himself as one of the League’s best defensive players, earning votes that season for the Selke Trophy, given to the league’s top defensive forward. Thank you to the Bozzelli family and the Philadelphia Flyers for donating this ultimate Flyers fan experience! The certificate is redeemable for one mutually agreed upon game.
This new student favorite is an amazing final chance for grade bonding before the end of the school year! Your child will have the opportunity to celebrate the end of the 2018 School Year with a party for their grade on Wiggins Field on either Wednesday, May 30 or June 6 from 3:15 - 5:30 PM. The event will include incredible donations including pizza from City Pizza, a cookie cake from Insomnia Cookies, spin art from Circus Time Amusements, carnival games from the Tucker Family, face painting by Ms. Staple and Ms. Watson, dance party with DJ Mrs. Stein, and funfilled gift bags from Five Below courtesy of Sibyl Lindsay.
Disney on Ice Experience A Week in Rome One week in bellissima Rome for an SPS family! This is a three bedroom, air-conditioned apartment in the historic center of Rome that sleeps up to six people. Satellite TV, wifi Internet, amenities and housekeeping included, near all major transportation. A ten minute walk to St. John Lateran Basilica and a fifteen minute walk to the Coliseum. Must be scheduled with the Sebring family by April 30 for the week of either July 8, August 19, or August 26. Thank you to “Nonni” Giorgio and Elena Stockel, and to the Sebring-Stockel family for donating their home for a week in the Eternal City!
Channel your inner Elsa; we promise the cold won’t bother you anyway at this special Disney on Ice, Dare to Dream experience! Join your favorite Disney characters for this spectacular show during the 2018 Disney on Ice Tour at the Wells Fargo Center. This show will allow you to celebrate what’s possible as the adventures of five daring Disney heroines spark the courage inside us all. You and 13 of your friends will have the best view of the action from the private suite, generously donated by Land Services USA, Inc. The suite includes light food and refreshments for all fourteen guests.
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Three Magical Nights in the Dominican Republic Enjoy the trip of a lifetime during your stay at the luxurious Casa Bonita Tropical Lounge! This special three night stay will take place in the former Schiffino family summer home, graced with lush tropical foliage, coconut, palm and mahogany. The site offers the most unforgettable views of the Caribbean Sea. It is part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and located off the beaten path in the luscious southwest region of the country. Thank you to the Kennedy-Schiffino family for donating this wonderful escape to our Auction! This prize is for room cost is not applicable during holidays or Easter, expiring on December 20, 2019.
School House Rocks! One lucky grade will come to St. Peter’s School for an evening of fun at the end of the school year! From 6 - 11 PM students will party on Wiggins Field and in the Alumni Theater on either Friday, May 18 or Friday, June 1; planned and chaperoned by Ms. Hillison, and two of our beloved After School staffers, Mr. Kelly and Mr. Staton. Favorite activities like balloon toss and flashlight tag are sure to make this a memorable night. Dinner, games, ice cream sundaes, and fun are included!
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Royal Boucherie Cocktail Party Host your next soiree at this lively American brasserie serving a French-inspired menu with a focus on charcuterie, shellfish and classic cocktails from celebrated chef Nicholas Elmi, of Restaurant Laurel and ITV, and his partners - local bar owners Stephen Simons, David Frank, and our wonderful donor, company head and SPS parent, Suzanne O’Brien. This special cocktail party for twenty guests will feature a two hour top shelf open bar with hand crafted cocktails, wine, and beer as well as charcuterie and cheese, and light hors d’oeuvres including trout croquettes, stuffed olives, and stuffed mushrooms. The winner may increase the number of guests or upgrade the package at their own cost, gratuity is not included, winner should be prepared to tip. This event is not valid on Friday or Saturday evenings, or during brunch hours.
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The Ultimate Exotic Sports Car Driving Experience Are you ready for the thrill of a lifetime? You will have the chance to drive six exotic sports cars during this three hour, 100+ mile, real-world driving adventure! The winner will go to Englewood, NJ to receive instruction from the professionals, then hop into your first vehicle of the day. You’ll pilot the vehicle for 15 heart-stopping miles before swapping with your fellow drivers until you’ve experienced each ride. You can even bring a friend along for the ride free of charge as your passenger! At the end of the experience, you’ll leave exhilarated with a certificate of completion and photos of your experience. Drivers must be 21 or older and have a valid driver’s license and personal auto insurance. Valid until April 20, 2019, experience must be booked with one month lead time.
silent Auction Through the donations of so many incredible families and community businesses, we have a wonderful collection of themed baskets and items as part of our Silent Auction. Items ranging from golf outings to concert tickets, fitness memberships, and restaurant gift cards can be found on our mobile bidding platform. See Page 4 of this booklet for more detailed information about mobile bidding. Pre-bidding for the Silent Auction baskets will begin April 16th and bidding will close 15 minutes after the completion of the Live Auction on April 20th.
Paddle Raise This year we are raising money for the second phase of the Blum Library Renovation Project. In order to participate in the paddle raise, simply raise your paddle at the level at which you would like to participate. Your contribution will ensure our children have a modern library that will inspire a lifelong love of learning and books, as well as keep them on the cutting edge of technology so they can grow to be tomorrow’s success stories.
CLASS PROJECTS Class Projects are a very special and unique part of our event, where our dedicated Class Parents work with students to create projects that are a representation of the class, created by each class. This year the bidding for our wonderful student made class projects will begin a week early, while they are being displayed in the lobby of the School leading up to the Auction. At the Auction, the class projects will be displayed in their own special gallery leading to the main event space. Bidding for class projects will end at 8:15 PM on April 20th.
Preschool The Class of 2028 came together to create two beautiful art pieces for the SPS Auction. The first piece available is a hand print of each of the children in the Preschool, as this year will stay with us forever, like a handprint on our hearts. The second piece that our students created is a painting of sunflowers reflecting master painter Vincent Van Gogh.
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Prekindergarten Prekindergarten has created a beautiful Philadelphia city landscape painted in 24 colors (one for each student in the grade). The city in color! A stunning framed image of the Philadelphia skyline made by the Pre-K class using sponges, paint, and their little hands.
Kindergarten The Class of 2026 is a class of fun, goofy, and uniquely individual students. For this class project, we chose to capture this special moment in time, and in our studentsâ€™ lives, with a picture of the grade in front of our historic St. Peterâ€™s School building.
First Grade The First Grade is featuring two different projects available for bidding! Each class has its own set of unique dishes. To create these beautiful sets, students drew pictures of their favorite thing about First Grade. The drawings, as unique as the students, were then put on Melamine dishware. Each class set comes with four dinner plates, four salad plates, four bowls, and a platter.
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The Second Grade’s Auction Art Project is a group assembled American flag made of fabric. In keeping with this year’s focus on Colonial America, each student decorated a portion of the 13 stripes with their words and artistic impressions of what it means to them to be an American. The stars on a blue ground were also drawn by each of the 23 second grade students. The paper stars were then converted to fabric, and each student’s name was embroidered on them so that the students could be immortalized as makers of the flag. So, rather than a representation of the 50 states, this flag represents our 23 stars in the 2nd Grade.
Third Grade Our creative Third Grade decided to take a unique approach to their class project this year. For this year’s project, individual paintings of birds, designed and created by each student, were joined together sitting on a wire to form one work of art, much as each unique student comes together to form the amazing Third Grade!
4th grade captured another fun day by drawing self-portraits of themselves on a larger drawing of the front of our historic school building. Each student’s unique personality is perfectly captured int his special illustrated snapshot of this year at SPS.
The 5th Grade came together and joined their hands to form the shape of one heart on red paper, which was photographed. An inspirational quote having to do with children was written in the center of the heart and then the photo was matted and framed.
Sixth Grade The Sixth Grade researched icons from the 80s that they related to or respected, we then had a group discussion about the time-period. Each student found a quote from the iconic figure of their choice and we put them together in a reflective piece of word-art/poetry. Our goal: to provide a snapshot of the decade of the 1980s as seen through the eyes of the class of 2020. Printed word on letterhead, framed.
Seventh Grade This year’s project is a precious snapshot of the unique 7th Grade. This class then came together and created some special words of wisdom to accompany their photo.
Eighth Grade The Class of 2018 is proud to present their one-of-a-kind SPS String Art Project. Created by the 15 students using unique shades of garnet and grey, this work illustrates how the individuals in this graduating class unite to represent their image of SPS.
Thank you so much to the St. Peter’s School faculty and staff for generously offering their time outside of the classroom for this important cause. Teacher Treats will take place before the close of the 2017-2018 School Year unless otherwise specified. We have listed the treats alphabetically in this booklet, and they can be found on our mobile bidding platform. Searching for your treat is easy on the platform, just look for the desired teacher’s photo!
A Sweet Round of Mini Golf at Franklin Square with Mrs. Andrews The lucky winner and a friend will be treated to a sweet round of mini golf at Franklin Square followed by their choice of milkshakes from SquareBurger with Mrs. Andrews. Teacher: Mrs. Andrews, First Grade Students: 2 Date: TBD
Special Afternoon with the Prekindergarten Teacher Trio The winner and two to three of their friends will venture with the Prekindergarten teacher trio on a fun afternoon trip to Seger Park, after which the group will cool off with some delicious frozen yogurt. Teachers: Mrs. Daly, Mrs. McKean, and Mrs. Moore, Prekindergarten Students: 3 - 4 Date: May 16th or 30th
Liberty Escape Room Adventure with Ms. Gibfried Dive into history with Ms. Gibfried at the Liberty Escape Room! These historical, kid-friendly escape rooms will be an exciting adventure into the past with SPS resident historian. Students will have the choice between two rooms, “Revolution: Win Your Freedom” or “Operation Blitzkrieg”.
Philly Special with Mrs. Hadden The winner and one lucky friend will join Mrs. Hadden on a special behind the scenes tour of Citizens Bank Park or Lincoln Financial Field (Upper School students’ choice) followed by lunch at a famous spot for Philly sports fans of all ages, Chickie’s & Pete’s. Teacher: Mrs. Hadden, US Math and Secondary School Placement Director
Teacher: Ms. Gibfried, US History and Humanities
Students: 2 Upper School Students
Date: Saturday in May (May 5th, 12th or 19th) or possibly on June 30th
Cookie Decorating and Movie with Ms. Grossman The winner and four friends will join Ms. Grossman in her classroom one day after school from 3:30 - 5:30 PM to enjoy a movie of their choice and decorate some delicious cookies. Teacher: Mrs. Grossman, First Grade Students: 5 Date: Mutual agreeable day after school
Enchanting Afternoon with the Preschool Teachers The lucky winner and up to three friends will join Ms. Ham and Ms. Petetti for an enchanting afternoon! First stop, the Magic Gardens to admire the the eclectic art of Isaiah Zagar with two of his biggest fans. Then off to enjoy a sweet treat together at Berry Sweet Frozen Yogurt. This special treat will occur on a mutually agreeable Thursday from 1:30 - 3:30 PM. Teachers: Ms. Ham and Ms. Petetti, Preschool Students: 1 - 4 Date: Thursday from 1:30 - 3:30 PM in May 2018
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TEACHER TREATS (Continued)
Sunny Side Up with Chef Hoffman
Film, Food, & Fun with Mr. Kerr
You and one lucky friend will join Mr. Hoffman before school and cook and eat breakfast together! From gourmet French toast to pancakes, eggs, and bacon, the possibilities are endless!! So put on your apron, bring an appetite, and let’s get ready to cook! The cooking class/breakfast will take place in the SPS kitchen during the month of April or May 2018, on a Monday-Friday from 7:15-8:15 AM. *please clearly indicate any dietary/allergy restrictions. Teacher: Mr. Hoffman, Fourth Grade Students: 2 Date: April or May 2018, on a Monday-Friday from 7:15-8:15 AM
Join Mr. Kerr in University City for a day of fun as we enjoy a movie and some delicious food in the area. Mr. Kerr will work with the winning family to plan the day for maximum enjoyment! Teacher: Mr. Kerr, Drama and SPARC Students: 2 Date: May or June 2018
Miel is French for Honey with Madame Kaplanski Meet Madame Kaplanski at Philadelphia’s premier French bakery, Patisserie Miel. You will sit down for a sweet treat, plus some French conversation practice! Teacher: Madame Kaplanski, Second, Fourth, and Fifth Grade French Students:2 Date: TBD
Snow White at the Arden with Ms. Kulick Ms. Kulick will take two students to enjoy Snow White at the Arden Theatre on Saturday, May 5th at 12:00 PM. This is Snow White as you’ve never seen it before. A world premiere production of the classic tale all brought to life by TWO ACTORS! From the writer of the Arden’s acclaimed productions of Pinocchio and The Jungle Book comes this new play that features two virtuosic performers bringing a world to life before your eyes with the vibrant creativity and thrilling theatricality you’ve come to expect from Arden Children’s Theatre. Teacher: Ms. Kulick, Second Grade Students: 2 Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 12 PM
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Hot Cocoa, Munchkins, and a Movie with Mrs. Mahon Mrs. Mahon will provide Dunkin’ Donuts hot cocoa and munchkins as a tasty treat while the students sit back, relax, and watch their favorite movie on the big Smartboard screen in her office (Room 28) after school one day this spring. Teacher: Mrs. Mahon, Learning Support Specialist Students: 2 - 5 Date: TBD
Play Day with Mr. Maxwell The winner and three lucky friends will have the opportunity to head out with Mr. Maxwell for a “play day” doing their favorite outdoor activities organized by SPS’ resident recess league organizer. Teacher: Mr. Maxwell, Second Grade Students: 4 Date: TBD
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A Trip to Headhouse Books with Ms. McCune Ms. McCune will take one student to our beloved local bookshop, Headhouse Books, where they will spend an hour reading books together. Ms. McCune will then purchase a favorite book for the student to take home. Teacher: Ms. McCune, Librarian Students: 1 Date: TBD
Trip to the Franklin Institute with Ms. McKean Enjoy a morning at Ms. McKean’s favorite local museum, the Franklin Institute! After you’ve enjoyed your fill of fun STEAM activities and learning, the group will finish their morning with astronaut ice cream from the Gift Shop. Teacher: Ms. McKean, Prekindergarten Students: 2 Date: Saturday morning this spring
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Pizzeria Stella Lunch Date with the Kindergarten Team Celebrate the end of school and the start of summer with this special lunch date with our awesome Kindergarten team, Mrs. Michiels and Mrs. Serbin! The winner and up to two friends will enjoy lunch at our favorite neighborhood spot, Pizzeria Stella. Teachers: Mrs. Michiels and Mrs. Serbin, Kindergarten Students: 3 Date: TBD, week after school ends
Popsicle Party on Wiggins Field with Ms. Miller The winner’s grade will have the chance to enjoy popsicles and an extra recess courtesy of Ms. Miller to celebrate the coming of spring! Teacher: Ms. Miller, Fifth Grade Math and Associate Director of Admissions Students: One Grade Date: May or June
Phillie Phanatic’s Birthday Party with Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Seltzer Two phanatics will join Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Seltzer, St. Peter’s School’s resident Phillies’ fans, at a home game. We will cheer on the Phillies Sunday, April 29th at 1:35 PM to celebrate the Phanatic’s birthday! Food, drinks, and lots of fun included! Teachers: Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Seltzer, ECD Students: 2 Date: Sunday, April 29th at 1:35 PM
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A Refreshing Treat with Mrs. O’Brien Mrs. O’Brien will walk two lucky students to either Rita’s Water Ice or Haagen Daz for a special frozen sweet treat to celebrate the welcome warm weather! Teacher: Mrs. O’Brien, Reading Specialist Students: 2 Date: After school on either a Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday
A Frozen Treat and Starr Garden with Ms. Orleans One student and up to 3 friends will enjoy a frozen treat of their choice from South Street (Rita’s, Haagen Dazs, Frozen Rolled Ice Cream etc.) after school followed by some free play at Starr Garden with Ms. Orleans. Teacher: Ms. Orleans, Fourth Grade Students: 1 - 4 Date: Spring 2018
Taco Tuesday with Senorita Ott The winner and a friend will join Mrs. Ott one day after school for Taco Tuesday at Nora’s to grab your favorite tacos, and then head to the park for a picnic. Teacher: Mrs. Ott, Third Grade Students: 2 Date: A Tuesday (or any day - before May 25th)
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TEACHER TREATS (Continued)
Escape the Room with Mr. Parker
Museum with Mrs. Rekstad
Mr. Parker will bring three students on an exciting trip to an escape room where they will attempt to make a great escape with the Director of Innovation. Teacher: Mr. Parker, US Science and Director of Innovation Student: 3 Date: TBD for a weekend
Join Mrs. Rekstad for a morning or afternoon at the winner’s choice of musuem (Academy of Natural Sciences, Franklin Instititute, or UPenn Museum of Archeology & Anthropology). After a morning or afternoon of fun and discovery, the museum visit will conclude with lunch or snack at the museum cafe. This treat is for two SPS students and is to be used at a mutually convenient time before the end of August. Teacher: Mrs. Rekstad, US Science and STEAM Coordinator Students: 2 Date: TBD, before the end of August
Make a Sweet Treat with Mrs. Patel! The lucky winner and one friend will spend the afternoon making a sweet treat of their choice in the SPS kitchen with one of our “Just Desserts” club founders, Mrs. Patel. Be sure to inform Mrs. Patel of any allergies or dietary restrictions! Teacher: Mrs. Patel, US Math Students: 2 Date: TBD
J’aime la Glace! With Madame Reistle Madame Reistle will treat the winner’s class to a special ice cream party during school one day! Teacher: Madame Reistle, French Students: One Class Date: Wednesday in Spring 2018
Dinner at Pizzeria Stella with Mrs. Rentschler The School Year is almost over. Let’s celebrate with St. Peter’s School’s favorite pizza! Mrs. Rentschler will treat two students to an early dinner at Pizzeria Stella. Teacher: Mrs. Rentschler, Third Grade Students: 2 Date: TBD
Special Breakfast with Mrs. Seltzer Mrs. Seltzer will take two children to a special breakfast after they arrive in the morning on a date and time that will work for all. The winner should inform Mrs. Seltzer about any food allergies. Teacher: Mrs. Seltzer, Preschool - Second Grade Director Students: 2 Date: TBD
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Stamped Metal Keychain Project with Ms. Staple Have you ever wanted to make a keychain out of metal? Learn how to use a disc cutter and stamp metal to create a unique piece of art from our SPS metalworking expert, Ms. Staple. This treat is best for students in First Grade or older and will take place for one hour after school this spring. Teacher: Ms. Staple, Preschool through Second Grade Art Students: Up to 5 students in First Grade or higher Date: TBD
Spruce Street Harbor Park with Mrs. Stein The winning student and a friend will pick a sunny afternoon to join Mrs. Stein on an adventure to Spruce Street Harbor Park. They will enjoy games, fun, and some tasty treats. Teacher: Mrs. Stein, Music Students: 2 Date: TBD
Learn to Throw (Clay) on the Wheel with Ms. Watson Ms. Watson will bring the lucky winning student and up to three friends to the Clay Studio. Students will join their art teacher in taking a wheel throwing class to make their own clay piece. Teacher: Ms. Watson, Third through Eighth Grade Art Students: 4 Date: May 2018
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