Dear Fellow Guardians,
Throughout my years at St. Peter-Marian, I grew spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually. I learned from my teachers in the classroom, from my coaches on the field, and from my classmates in all of our shared experiences. Throughout my 4 years I was taught the importance of compassion, humility, service, hard work, commitment, and dedication, and that is why I chose to return to my alma mater for my professional career.
St. Peter- Marian remains this place of growth. Our students learn humility and service through the many community service opportunities and school-wide liturgy; they learn compassion through their experiences with classmates and faculty; they learn the value of hard work through our rigorous academic curriculum; they learn commitment through their teams, clubs, and friendships; and they learn dedication through their acknowledgement and choice of a Catholic school education.
I have been a Guardian for almost half of my life and I couldn’t be more proud. I am confident that you feel the same way. We want you to know that the important things, the real traditions, still exist today. No matter how long you have been away, know that you are always a Guardian.
Our hope in the Advancement Office at SPM is that we continue to bridge the gap between our alumni and our current students. We believe wholeheartedly that all of you have so much to teach our students. We invite you to rekindle your Guardian Spirit as we move into 2016.
With Guardian Pride,
Julie Kursonis Kreuz, ’97
Director of Advancement and Admissions
Class Agent Program
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