For the past month, the third through eighth grade students competed to see which student could spend the most time reviewing math concepts on Khan Academy.
The winning students (who will earn a special lunch!) are:
1st Place: Joseph Collins: 769 minutes! Joseph also mastered 100% of the fourth grade material on Khan Academy!
2nd Place: Mason Campbell: 318 Minutes
3rd Place: Chloe Rausch: 290 Minutes
Best Class Average:
1st Place: Fourth Grade
2nd Place: Third Grade
Way to go, Wildcats!!
For third quarter, Jayla Ousley was awarded the SJV Medal of Honor. This quarter’s virtue was commitment. Commitment is being and staying dedicated to a cause. Jayla was nominated by her fellow classmates for showing her commitment to her education and her school. Jayla is a very hardworking student that takes the lead in a group to make sure the assignment is completed. She goes the extra mile to make sure that everyone in the group understands the information. Jayla was also nominated for all of the extra time she gives to the school through extra curricular activities, especially Student Government. Congratulations Jayla!
The Medal of Honor is a character education program utilized by our middle school Social Studies teacher, Mrs. Casey Raybourne. Using this program, Mrs. Raybourne studies actual Medal of Honor recipients with her students to discuss various attributes and virtues of someone who has been recognized with this important distinction.
Please join us for performances of our school play, “Blather, Blarney, and Balderdash: Folk & Fairy Tales from the Emerald Isle,” this weekend. We will have two performances – Friday, April 8 at 6:00 pm and Saturday, April 9 at 1:00 pm – in the school gym. Admission is free, but donations to support the drama program at our school are appreciated.
St. John Vianney School is closed for Spring Break starting at 11:30 am on Thursday, March 24. The school and office will not be open during break.
We return to school on Monday, April 4, 2016, and the school office will re-open at 7:30 am. To contact us during the break, please leave a message on our voice mail at 615-230-7048, or email us. We will respond to messages and emails as soon as possible on April 4.
Have a wonderful break!