Our SJV Forensics team had a great showing at last Saturday’s tournament at St. Joseph School. In the One Act Play category, one SJV group earned 1st place for “Tale of the Dog,” and Scarlett Beasley earned “Best Actress.” A second SJV group placed 3rd for their one act play, “Party Girls,” and Lydia Uhl earned “Best Actress” for her role. Scarlett Beasley also placed 1st in the Poetry category, and Delaney Bilbrey placed 4th in the Audition category. With over 200 performers from schools across the diocese, we are very proud of our team for earning so many awards. Go Wildcats!
Absolutely, Paws-itively Drug Free
MONDAY – “Wear Red Day” Let’s kick off Red Ribbon Week by wearing red. We will be creating a large banner entitled “SJV Was Born To Be Drug Free”. Please send in a baby picture of your child to hang on the banner. Please put your child’s name on the back of the picture so it can be returned to you.
TUESDAY – “Hats Off To Being Drug Free” All students may wear their favorite cap/hat along with their regular school uniform.
WEDNESDAY – “Sock It To Drugs” Students may wear crazy socks with their regular school uniform.
THURSDAY – “Hugs Not Drugs” Students in grade Prek-2 may bring in their favorite stuffed animal to hug doing the day. Students in Grade 3-8 will be receiving a special “chocolate hug” treat.
FRIDAY – “I’m Too Bright For That” Students may wear sunglasses.