- Welcome to St. Petronille Catholic School
Welcome to the St. Petronille Day School website. Here you will begin to discover all of the wonderful things that make this School one of the finest learning institutions in the Chicago land area.
St. Petronille is a friendly and inclusive community where students, families, teachers, and staff all come together, creating an exceptional environment in which students truly thrive.
The St. Petronille School community wishes our Parish family and friends a blessed Christmas and New Year.Seussical: Jr & HatsThe St. Petronille School Musical for 2016 , was Seussical Jr., featuring the gala production, Hats. The production delighted audiences with performances on the weekends of November 4 and November 11. Students and staff had the opportunity to attend the tech productions which were held on November 3. This year's play featured vibrant songs and dances, eye catching costumes, and an impressive showcase of the gifts and talents of the students of St. Petronille School. Attending the production along with the students and staff were some friends and special guests of ours from the Autumn Leaves, a menory care facility in Glen Ellyn.Called By Name
On Thursday, November 17, our St. Petronille School seventh grade students joined with more than 700 other seventh and eight graders from 16 schools in the Diocese of Joliet to attend the Called by Name Vocations and Discipleship Conference. The all-day event was held at St. Isaac Jogues Church in Hinsdale. The day began with a keynote talk in Church about the meaning of life, and the term "vocation." This was followed by a variety of breakout sessions, including a Catholic trivia competition, Vocations Fair, Name That (Catholic) Tune, and Seminarian Basketball. The day was punctuated with music and even dance, and opportunities throughout the day to partake in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The day's events culminated with our Superintendent of Schools, Fr. John Belmonte, S.J., presiding at Eucharistic Adoration, and closed with remarks by Fr. Burke Masters, Director of the Vocations Office for the Diocese of Joliet.Giving Thanks and Creativity
On the last day of school leading up to Thanksgiving break, a glimpse inside our kindergarten classrooms revealed students who were engaged in a service project which would reach out to the wider community. The project involved making placemats and napkin holders for guests who would be sharing Thanksgiving dinner at our local PADS shelter. The paints, the scissors, cotton balls, and construction paper were all put to good use, and when all was said and done, some colorful and creative accessories to any table setting, were ready to be dropped off in time for Thanksgiving!
School tours are given every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. starting in the school office.
Request a spot now, and feel free to come early for the all-school Mass at 9:00 a.m. in the church to really get a feel for the St. Pet's community.
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