St. Viator Parish School

Viator Voice: August 31, 2020

A Super Second Week
As we prepare for our third week of school, we genuinely have so much to look forward to this school year! In the past two weeks, we have adapted to our new normal with in person and distance learning as well as meet with teachers to discuss the year ahead to revisit our St. Viator Mission Statement that reads:

St. Viator School provides a quality Catholic education where the gospel message of Jesus Christ is lived, learned and shared in a safe learning environment. The administrations, faculty, staff, students, parents, clergy, and parish community collaborate to develop the whole person spiritually, morally, academically and physically.

Together, we intend to make this the best year yet!

Sincerely In Christ,
Mrs. Brunelle

What's Happening!

We are looking forward to a SPIRITED week ahead!


Monday, August 31 2020: Cozy Clothes Day!

  • Dress like your distant distance learning days - within alternative dress uniform code, of course! Wacky Mask Day!


Tuesday: September 1: Peace, Love & Kindness Day
  • Wear your tie-dye tops and socks with uniform bottoms.
  • October hot lunch going home, due Friday, September 7th

Wednesday: September 2, 2020: Cohort Colors Day!

  • We're all in this together, so wear your assigned color and see if your can get your entire cohort to match! Distance learners wear the color of the cohort you are assigned!


Thursday: September 3, 2020: Show Your Sports!

  • Wear your favorite Green Bay Packers jersey with your uniform bottoms! (or anything else you might have hanging around the house that represents your favorite team sport)


Friday, September 4, 2020: Stallion Pride Day!

  • NOON Dismissal!
  • Blue or Gold/SVS Spirit Shirts with uniform bottoms

Make Up Pictures

Picture day for Distance Learners and Make up pictures will be Friday, October 2nd at 8:30 am. You may order online at Dorian Studios

September 7th, Labor Day - No School

Labor Day is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
Source: https://www.dol.gov/general/laborday/history

Scrip Orders

Due to COVID, we are experiencing delays in receiving physical cards. Call before you come into the office to insure the shipment has arrived.

STREAM Swing Set Challenge

Each 3rd grader was asked to build a swing set for Tillie's brother, a character in their Journey's story of the week: A Fine, Fine School!
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Viatorians "r" Us Facebook Page

Parents,

Viatorians "R" Us is a closed, members only Facebook page consisting of parents/guardians of currently enrolled students. Any school questions or concerns should be emailed to the teacher or administration as faculty and staff do not monitor this page regularly. Only those individuals who are accepted into the group by the administrators may see or post on this page. It is not visible to the general Facebook population.


Any information posted and shared on this site must be of a positive or congratulatory nature.

This includes:

Congratulating students or faculty on recent achievements or participation in various events, such as awards, sporting events, science fairs, chess club competitions, First Communion, graduation, and so forth.

Sharing information that other members might find interesting or useful, such as summer camps, dance classes, tutoring classes, etc.

Soliciting volunteers to help with certain projects and school events, such as the Halloween Carnival, Magazine Drive, Back to School Social, etc.

Viatorians R Us does not tolerate derogatory or negative comments of any sort. It is not a forum to air grievances or complain. Any comments along those lines will be removed by the administrator and those members who have engaged in that sort of discussion will be deleted from the group.