Sts. Peter and Paul School information for our current families is located on School Speak. If you have forgotten your login information, please contact the school office at (740)384-6354 or email Mrs. Staten.
Our school PTA is known as the Home & School Association. The HSA meets the first Tuesday of each month in the Parish Hall at 6:00 p.m.
Protecting God’s Children
School volunteers must attend a Protecting God’s Children awareness session. More information here.
Sts. Peter & Paul Students in grades six through eight are eligible to join our MathCounts program. Our program is coached by Joe Essman and meets every Friday after school.
The MATHCOUNTS Competition is a national middle school coaching and competitive mathematics program that promotes mathematics achievement through a series of fun and engaging “bee” style contests. The program exists in all 50 states plus U.S. territories and the Department of Defense and State Department schools and is supported by the National Society of Professional Engineers at the state and local levels. Public, private, religious and home schools alike are eligible to participate, as long as students are in the sixth, seventh and/or eighth grade.
For more information on the Sts. Peter & Paul School program, please contact Mr. Anderson. For more information on the MATHCOUNTS Competition, please visit their website.
Power of the Pen
The Sts. Peter & Paul School Power of the Pen Program is open to students in grades six through eight, though only seventh and eighth graders are able to officially compete. Michael Brame and Mark Anderson are the official coaches of our school program.
Power of the Pen (POP) is the leading interscholastic program in written expression. Originally designed for writers at the 7th and 8th grade levels, POP:
  • Delivers interscholastic tournament competitions for young writers throughout Ohio.
  • Assists teachers in the ongoing task of facilitating better student writing by providing quality tools and resources to identify, challenge, and reward excellence.
  • Provides teachers with an educational network that shares ideas and instructional materials to improve students’ expressive writing skills.

The program’s aim is to exact a positive impact upon academic achievement overall. POP does so by providing in-class instructional aids that will serve more than 120,000 students in Ohio this year. More than 7,500 of these students will compete directly in a Power of the Pen tournament.

For more information on our school program, please contact Mr. Anderson. For more information on the state program, please visit their website.