St. Viator Parish School
Viator Voice: October 12, 2020
The Feast of St. Viator
In 1830, Father Louis Querbes, from the Diocese of Lyons, chose Viator as the patron saint of a parish that would focus on teaching youth and serving the Christian Faith. This group was named The Clerics of St. Viator, now known as the Viatorians. The Viatorians have always been involved with teaching and education. Over 55 years ago, while Las Vegas was still a growing town, the Catholic community asked if the Viatorians would send people to our town to help teach our Catholic youth. For many years the Viatorians were the main teachers at Bishop Gorman High School as well as St. Viator Parish school.
Next week, October 21st we celebrate the life of St. Viator and the group of faithful followers who have been inspired by this simple story. We are very blessed to have the chance to learn from this special group of priests and brothers, and to follow their path of observing the Catholic faith and love of education.
~ Mrs. Tracy Brunelle, Principal
- Call office (or email) with your reason for the absence
- Complete medical health screening form (will be sent to you by the office, if deemed necessary)
- Failure to complete the form may delay your child's return to school
Homeless Lunch ~ Food Drive
Charleston Wrap Fundraiser ~ All orders delivered directly to your home!
Extended Care Sign Up ~ Week of October 12th
Celebrate Global Handwashing Day on October 15!
Nevada Shake Out
Save the Date
PTO has exciting news for the week of October 26th. Details to follow in next week's Voice.