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St. Peter Alumni at St. Viator
Spring Semester 2017

Saint Viator High School wishes to recognize the wonderful education provided to the students at St. Peter Lutheran School,  who chose to continue their education at Saint Viator High School.  Congratulations to the following former St. Peter Lutheran students on their Spring Semester achievements.

Principal Honor Roll
 Zoya Boskovic '18
Cody Braun '18
Rachel Varvara '17

High Honor Roll
Katarina Boskovic '20
Miriam Varvara '17

B Honor Roll
Andrew Bartuskek '20
Daniel Isufi '18
Olivia Isufi '18
Cody Weigand '18




   

Alumni Weddings

 Congratulations to the following alumni who
are celebrating  their marriages during this spring/summer/fall of 2016Bates Wedding 1

Allison Grandt* & James Gill, April 16, 2016

Andre Coleman & David Moe*, June 11, 2016

Kristy Madson & Arthur Treutler*, July 30, 2016

Elizabeth Bates* & Christopher Stevens, August 5, 2016

Jacqueline Hoeft & Scott Paczosa*, August 6, 2016

Alicia Witte* & Aaron Genderich, August 13, 2016

Emily Steinbeck* & Jason Ganek, August 13, 2016

Julie Block* & Drew Langlie, August 18, 2016

Stephanie Martino & Daniel Block*, October 22, 2016

Erin Berg & Nicholas Kautz*, November 12, 2016

Are we missing your wedding information?  We'd love to share this information about your new spouse and your special day with others.   Please email your 2016 alumni wedding info to Julie Klopke at jklopke@FullLifeInChrist.org
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How did we get where we are today?
A Historical Timeline

Fall 1884  
•  St. Peter Lutheran School opens
•  1st teacher: Henry Knickriem, a carpenter
•  16 pupils
•  Classes are held in rear of his shop at 11 So. State Rd. (now Arlington Heights Rd.) 

Fall 1885
•  School is transferred to a vacant home at the southwest corner of Vail and Sigwalt

June 1886
•  A graduate teacher is assigned - Gottlieb Kienzle
1922
August 1873

•  Teacher Friedrich Militzer accepts call to serve at St. Peter - Served 56 years
•  1st class is 110 pupils

Fall 1882
•  New brick church is dedicated

1884

147 pupils 
•  2 teachers - Mr. F. Militzer and Miss Weinrich

September 3, 18991899
•  2 story, 4 room new brick school building dedicated
•  Located directly across N. Highland from the church
•  175 pupils

1925
•  School is enlarged, to double the original size, and includes a small auditorium on 2nd floor

September 1928
•  Enrollment is 240 pupils in grades 1-8

September 1942

•  Kindergarten opens at St. Peter

October 1952

•  Activity Center is dedicated
•  Connected to the school and includes stage, cafeteria, offices, and classroom
•  Building is located at Highland & Eastman and remains remodeled as an office building today

May 7, 1961
New church and school are dedicated at 111 W. Olive Street

September 1964
•  Chapel and west wing are dedicatedMAC
•  The west wing was used for the junior high, music room, kindergarten, and faculty room

May 1976

•  Bartz Hall, MAC, classrooms, nursery, and band room addition dedicated 

Fall 2012
•  Life Center and additional preschool wing are dedicated 

2013Blue Ribbon
•  St. Peter receives the National Blue Ribbon Award of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education

2013
•  Comfort Dog program begins

2014 
•  Church basement remodeled to include classrooms and an office suite

2015
•  St. Peter is recognized as a National Lutheran Exemplary School by the National Lutheran School Accreditation organization

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