Hearts to Love. Hands to Serve.


Service is a core value in the SSPP Community and the foundation of what we teach growing minds. Donate your time as a family to the next service project and help us support communities in need near and far.


Upcoming Projects

Each quarter, as a SSPP school community, we will announce a service project that provides you with the opportunity as a family to support the mission of SS Peter and Paul. The projects will incorporate our amazing students, and will teach them the value of service and support for those in need. 

Student Council, 3rd Grade

November 11, 2021

SSPP School is honored to host a Veterans Day Program. We will be recognizing those brave men and women in front of our school’s American flag. Honor a Veteran. The school will also be participating in the Pocket Flag Project.

3rd-5th Grade Service

November, 14 2021 @ 1:15pm – 2:30pm

This fall, our 3rd – 5th grade students will build Lego bags for children in the community in need. There will be the opportunity for all grades to donate Legos for the event. Bags will be stuffed at 1:30 pm in the church basement. 

PreK – 2nd Grade Service 

January 17, 2022- Postponed

Our youngest students will help to stuff backpacks with donated items for children need. This is a terrific chance to support those children in need who do not have access to the items they need to be their best in school. 

6th – 8th Grade Service

March, 28, 2022 3-5pm

This spring, our 6th-8th grade students will build Easter baskets for children in the community in need, so that they too can wake-up to an Easter treat in the morning. It’s a great opportunity to support the community.

A Message About Our Commitment to Service

Faith and Family are important to us. Receiving a Catholic education has made a lasting impact in my life and has shaped me into the man I have become today. When searching for school options we felt SSPP and its community would be a perfect option for our children to learn and become involved in programs that can better serve our community.


-Stephen DiOrio

The ability for our kids to receive a best-in-class education and strong roots in service is what drew us to the SS Peter and Paul community.


– The Zentz Family

We wanted our children’s education to be an extension of what they are being taught at home - to use your God-given knowledge and talents to serve others with a strong moral compass. We found that at Saints Peter and Paul.

– The Smith Family