Our Student Government represented SJV today at the Ronald McDonald Pull-Tab celebration! We took all of the tabs that the school raised and turned them in to help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. We also visited the Parthenon, and had an ice cream treat at McDonalds! Thank you very much to our chaperones Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Scovel!
We are excited to share the videos below from our Veteran’s Day Assembly on November 11, 2015. The choir of students in first through eighth grade, under the direction of Mr. Gregory McCord, performed the Star-Spangled Banner and Land of the Free.
Please join us as we come together as a school family to give thanks for God’s blessings on our families and school on Tuesday, November 24, 2015. Seating for Last Names A-J 11:00-11:45 — Seating for Last names K-Z 12:00-12:45. Please RSVP and let us know if you are willing to donate a Turkey and/or volunteer in Google Forms here: fill it out in Google Forms
Also, we ask each family attending to bring a covered dish to share. We are using perfectpotluck.com to coordinate dishes and you can sign up by clicking here, or by visiting PerfectPotluck.com and locating the schedule by coordinator last name (Woodfin) and password (6496).
Red Ribbon Week is October 26-30. Our theme for this year is “We Are Paws-itively Drug Free” Please refer to the following schedule for the week’s activities.
MONDAY (10/26) “Team Up Against Drugs” Students may wear their favorite team jersey with appropriate sweat pants or PE shorts.
TUESDAY (10/27) “Put A Cap On Drugs” Students may wear a hat with their regular school uniforms.
WEDNESDAY (10/28) “Shade out Drugs“ Students may wear sunglasses with their regular school uniforms.
THURSDAY (10/29) “Hugs, Not Drugs” Students in grades PK- 2nd may bring in their favorite stuffed animal. Students in grades 3-8 will receive a special “chocolate hugs” treat.
“FRIDAY (10/30) “Follow Your Dreams…Don’t Do Drugs” Students may wear pajamas to school.
Please be advised, if students do not follow the guidelines below for pajama day, parents will be called to bring their uniform to school that day.
- Pajama pants and shirts must be worn
- Shirts must have sleeves
- No shorts
- No leggings
- Tennis shoes must be worn- NO SLIPPERS
St. John Vianney has recently begun participating in Forensics competitions with the other diocesan schools, under the direction of Forensics Coach, Mrs. Roberts. At the 7th and 8th grade competition at St. Bernard School last week, one of our 7th graders, Zeyna Krampotich, earned a first place trophy for her poetry reading. Congratulations, Zeyna!