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Christmas Program YouTube Link

Hello All!

Your Child should have brought home a letter this past Wednesday along with some lyric sheets.  Here is a link to a playlist that has all of the songs that will be sung at our Christmas Program on next Thursday, December 17 at 6 pm at the Church.  Please encourage your children to practice over the upcoming days so that we can be prepared!

Gregory McCord

“Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more.” – The Grinch

Christmas Angel

Every year, here at Saint John Vianney, we adopt a child from the Gallatin Child Care Center as our classroom Christmas Angel. The children we adopt are those that come from less fortunate families, than ourselves, and could use a little extra Christmas cheer this time of year. The gifts brought in for our angel do not have to be new. Anything like new, or gently used, is also always appreciated. However, you may also hit the stores during your holiday shopping! We ask that all gifts be brought in by Tuesday, December 15th. Please wrap your gifts, and I will label them, before delivery to the school library for pick up. Below you will find the information for our classroom angel. Thank you so much for you participation in this Social Justice project, and remember to always count your blessings! God Bless!

 

Age 1 Year
 

Gender

Boy
 

Shoe Size

5 wide (babies)
 

Diaper Size

6
 

Sock Size

3 – 4
 

Coat Size

4
 

Pant Size

4 regular
 

Shirt Size

4 regular
 

Favorite Color

Orange
 

Favorite Sport

Football
Favorite Cartoon Sponge Bob

Blaze and the Monster Machines

 

Favorite Toys

 

Blocks, Play Phones, Toys that make noise

 

Family Needs:

Cleaning Supplies

 

El día de los Muertos

Many thanks to the middle school students who helped decorate for El día de los Muertos!

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Thank you notes…

thank you notes 2 thank you notes 3 Saint John Vianney Students (from Pre-K to 8th grade) wanted to show their appreciation to all of the golfers and sponsors of the 3rd Annual “Tee off for Technology” golf tournament.  Students not only decorated boxes for the golfers’ boxed lunches, but they also took the time to write and address Thank You notes to each golfer and sponsor.  The students are very excited to be a part of the event, and they understand that they are the ones who will benefit from the funds raised.  All funds raised will go to upgrade technology to SJV.D82_7868_sthank you notes

Celebrating Red Ribbon Week

We are off to a great start with red ribbon week! Yesterday we celebrated teaming up against drugs, by wearing our favorite sports shirts! Today we are celebrating by putting a cap on drugs and sporting some cool and crazy hats! If you’ve misplaced, or forgot the rest of the themes for the week, here is a quick reference…

Red Ribbon Week

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.

  1.  Pajama pants and shirts must be worn
  2. Shirts must have sleeves
  3. No shorts
  4. No leggings
  5. Tennis shoes must be worn- NO SLIPPERS

 

This years Red Ribbon Week Theme!

This years Red Ribbon Week Theme!

 

Here you'll see some familiar faces!!!

Here you’ll see some familiar faces!!!

 

We also signed our names to the pledge, so we can keep our bodies safe and healthy!

We also signed our names to the pledge, so we can keep our bodies safe and healthy!