Exciting News and Updates from PERCES
Welcome to Pittsburgh East Regional Catholic Elementary Schools, where we provide a superior school experience for all students in preK-8th grade through faith, service, and academics. Our mission is to empower confident, compassionate, virtuous, well-rounded individuals who make a positive impact in our communities and in the Church.
A Message from Our
Regional Superintendent

Catholic Schools Week 2024 was certainly a wonderful celebration in our PERCES Schools! The week included a wide variety of dress down days, assemblies, field trips and many fun activities. Our students participated in special liturgies and prayer services, performed acts of service and offered thanks to all those who make Catholic School Education so special. We were even blessed with seasonal temps and no snow! It was a great week!


Thank you to our amazing principals and teachers for all the planning and hard work to make it a memorable week for our students. We are blessed with tremendous PTGs in each of our school with teams of parent volunteers who helped make the week possible. Be sure to check out the socials for each of our schools to see pictures from the week!

 

Another hallmark of Catholic Schools Week is the annual Open Houses to kickoff registration for the 2024-2025 school year. Please be sure to spread the good news of PERCES and Catholic School Education to any family and friend searching for a faith-based education. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Links to Diocesan Financial Aid as well as links to all six schools can be found at www.perces.org.


May God Bless and Protect you always.

 

  

 

Jonathan Cuniak,

 

Regional Superintendent for PERCES

A Note from the PERCES Board of Directors
As we have just completed our wonderful celebration of Catholic Schools Week and move now into the season of Lent and prepare for Easter, we are so very mindful of what lies at the heart of our Catholic school ministry.  Of course academic excellence in all that we do is a priority, but always within the context of our call to become disciples of Jesus Christ with fullness of life in his Church.   As a governing board, we are always working to insure the Catholic mission of our schools and helping our children to grow more deeply in their love for God, in their faith in Jesus Christ, and in their participation in the life of the Church and in their service to others.  We must all work together to help the children and young people that we serve to become faithful, committed disciples of Jesus Christ.

  

 

Very Reverand Kris Stubna,

 

President of the PERCES Board of Directors

St. Bede Students Give Back
For the second day of Catholic Schools Week, St. Bede students kicked the day off with an outer wear clothing drive to support the Saint James Ministries. All jackets and other outer wear will be distributed to those in need to keep warm during the cold winter months.
Sacred Heart Students Get Wild for Catholic Schools Week!
The Wild World of Animals brought so many different animals to Sacred Heart to help celebrate Catholic Schools Week. They brought a snake, sloth, scorpions, a kookaburra, an alligator, and more!! As you can see, students dressed for the occasion. 
Holy Family Students Thank
Local Heroes
During Catholic Schools Week, Holy Family Catholic School invited local community helpers to join students for breakfast. This was a great way for student to learn about and engage with so many local heroes! 
Mary of Nazareth Students Visit Museum of Illusions
As a fun way to celebrate Catholic Schools Week, the Mary of Nazareth middle school students took a field trip to the Pittsburgh Museum of Illusions! This space is an immersive sensory and educational experience for people of all ages. 
Divine Mercy Academy Students Interact with the Pittsburgh Zoo
As a part of Catholic Schools Week, Divine Mercy Academy Students enjoyed a fun, interactive program put on by the Pittsburgh Zoo! The Zoo experts taught students about how to protect their environment and even brought some live animals ranging from a Barn Owl to a Python! 
St. Therese Students Enjoy Time with their Prayer Partners
St. Therese School pairs older students with younger students for a Prayer Partner Program.  In addition to sitting with their partners at school masses, the students work together to do various activities throughout the year.  Here our 8th grade students help our 1st grade students with a Catholic Schools Week Craft-Agamograph Art.
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