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Congratulations, SJV Alumni!

Congratulations to the following St. John Vianney alumni who made one of JPII’s two honor roll lists for the fall semester:

Headmaster’s List (A’s in all 8 classes)
Megan McCormick (Class of 2014)
Alison Gerstner (Class of 2015)
Julia Hutt (Class of 2015)
Devon LeCave (Class of 2015)

Faculty List (A’s in 7 of 8 classes)
Tyler McCormick (Class of 2012)
Noah Reamy (Class of 2012)
Stratton Clausen (Class of 2013)
Thomas Janes (Class of 2013)
Drew Janes (Class of 2015)
Mary Reamy (Class of 2015)
Karina Swauger (Class of 2015)

Way to go, Wildcats!

Second Quarter Medal of Honor Recipient

Christian Kernell Medal of Honor

Our middle school Social Studies teacher, Mrs. Casey Raybourne, recently was trained to begin using a new character education program in our middle school called the Medal of Honor.  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.  This quarter’s virtue was INTEGRITY, and students were nominated by their peers for displaying courage in our school during the second grading period.

This quarter’s recipient of the SJV Medal of Honor for Courage is sixth grader Christian Kernell.  His fellow students nominated him for “being honest, even when it wasn’t easy,” and for “owning up and admitting he did something wrong, along with facing the consequences”.  Congratulations, Christian, for earning the award for Integrity in our SJV Medal of Honor program.


Second Quarter Wheels in Motion Winner

Bailey Wheels in Motion

Congratulations to SJV first grader, Bailey Klingen, for winning this quarter’s Wheels in Motion bicycle from the Gallatin Rotary Club. Many thanks to Mr. Kemp from the Gallatin Rotary and Officer Messler from the Gallatin Police Department for joining us for today’s presentation.

Student Council Pasta Collection 2015

The SJV Student Council encouraged students to bring in boxes of pasta to support the Ladies of Charity Christmas Basket program, which provides 800 food boxes to needy families in the Nashville area. The goal was 100 boxes, but the generous spirit of SJV families prevailed and 224 boxes were collected. Students who participated also got to wear crazy socks to school yesterday as a reward. Way to go, Wildcats!

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Student Government



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!