Why do parents and students love St. Peter Catholic School?
We love St. Peter Catholic School. It is faith based learning at its best! St. Peter School has a wonderful staff, who provide individual attention to students' skills & levels of learning. Spanish, music and computer classes are a welcome and added bonus. We are happy we made the choice to enroll our kids here.
-Jenny Zuern, Parent
"I enjoy attending SPCS because I love the movie nights when we go see a movie in the Gym. I also love field day where we go outside and have different activities. Field trips are very fun because we get to see lots of cool things like Madison, plays and the pumpkin farm. Serving is fun too, because you get to be so close to God and you get to help Father. That's why I love SPCS."
- Nicholas, 4th Grade Student
"I know that my son will be in an environment where he can thrive, be cared for, and respected."
- Parent of a Kindergartener
I attended SPCS from 5K through 5th grade with fond memories of the Science Fairs, sledding down the big hill, Santa shopping, kindergarten buddies, reading at Mass, becoming an altar server, Secret Angels, and the exciting new playground equipment. I continued my schooling at Slinger Middle and High School. After high school, I attended St. Norbert College to become a teacher. I worked at SPCS as a Summer Childcare Teacher throughout my college career. It felt like going back home, and the staff felt like family!
Since my mom currently works as the fourth grade teacher, I get to visit SPCS often. I married my husband, C.J. Guzan, in April 2015. I started working at St. Clare Catholic School in the Green Bay Diocese in August 2015 as a 6th, 7th and 8th grade science and social studies teacher. When I was looking for work in a school, I could not deny the fact that I wanted to work at a Catholic school. I know that the parents care a lot about Catholic education and the students are just wonderful! I teach and live my faith every day and share it with others. I truly enjoyed my time at St. Peter Catholic School, and I hope to create a similar environment in my own classroom.
-Allyson (Bills) Guzan, SPCS Alumna