St. Viator Parish School

Viator Voice: October 26, 2020

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On October 21st we recognized our diversity, but celebrated our unity on national unity day!

Together Make it Orange and Make it End!

What are your true colors when it comes to showing that you believe that all youth should be safe from bullying? We came together on Wednesday in one giant ORANGE message of hope and support, to WEAR AND SHARE ORANGE to color our nation, and even the world, visibly showing that our society believes that no child should ever experience bullying.

Fourth Grade Invasion from Mars

The Fourth graders’ Journeys story was Invasion from Mars. After reading the story, they created their own UFO’s. Thanks for your STEM donations.... it really helps!

SPOOKTACULAR SPIRIT WEEK AHEAD!

We are Ready for A Spooktacular Spirit Week

Thank you!

A HUGE thank you to everyone who helped with the candy collection this week and decorating these past two Saturdays. We can't wait for everyone to see how SPOOKTACULAR the campus looks!

St. Viator Pumpkin Patch

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What's Happening!

Monday, October 26, 2020 Western Day in honor of Nevada Day!

  • Dress as cowboys, cowgirls, plaid shirt with jeans, hats, etc.


Tuesday, October 27, 2020 Fifties Day

  • Wear your favorite 50’s outfit
  • Campus Ministry Grade 8

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 Heroes Day

  • Nurses, Doctors, Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Wonder Woman, Superman, etc., or a hero character t-shirt with jeans.
  • Induction of Student Government Officers for 2020-21

Thursday, October 29, 2020 Celebrate Halloween

  • PK – Gr. 4: Halloween costumes
  • Gr. 5-8: Black and Orange Day, Halloween themed, plain black or orange shirts, accessories and jeans.

Friday, October 30, 2020 Nevada Day


  • No School


Saturday, October 31, 2020

  • Happy Halloween!

Sunday, November 1, 2020 ~ All Saints Day

  • Fall back ~ daylight savings, remember to turn your clocks back

Student Government Induction: Wednesday, October 28th

Student Government Candidates 2020-2021

President: Lucia M


Vice President: Romeo P


Secretary: Sophia C


Treasurer: Addison H


Commissioner of Athletics: Sophia D


Commissioner of Ecology: Gabriel L


Commissioner of Public Affairs: Sienna W


Commissioner of Religious Affairs: Bridget K


Commissioner of School Spirit: Elena C
Here is a sneak peek of Gabe Clemente, Student Government President 2019-20 addressing the new officers and 8th grade.
Former Student Government President, Gabe Clemente address New Officers and 8th Grade

Pandemic Fatigue and Staying Safe

As the pandemic enters its ninth month, we’re all suffering from pandemic fatigue. To protect our loved ones, our students, and ourselves, we must continue to stay focused. In this video, Dr. Lisa Maragakis and Dean Paul Rothman discuss 4 keys to staying safe.

Fighting Pandemic Fatigue and Staying Safe: A Conversation with Paul Rothman and Lisa Maragakis

Thank you for your commitment to the health and safety of our entire school community...

The safety of our students, families, faculty, and staff remain our top priority. Last week, the Southern Nevada Health District completed a COVID compliance inspection. We were highly commended on our safe return to school plan, social distancing compliance, disinfecting/sanitation/hygiene practices, temperature checks, face covering mandates, parent screening tool, and adherence to Diocesan protocols.


We continue to follow all protocols from the CDC, the Southern Nevada Health District, and the Diocesan Restoration Council, including strict adherence to social distancing, hygiene, sanitizing, temperature checks, and the wearing of masks.


While pandemic fatigue tries to encourage us to go back to normal routines, we also urge our families to be vigilant regarding all health recommendations at home and particularly with respect to social gatherings. Thank you for your continued support!

A Gentle Reminder From our Bookkeeper

Report cards go out on Friday, November 13th. If your school account is not current, your child’s report card will be held until such time as it is caught up.

Common Sense Media review of HOOP App

Parents need to know that Hoop. is an app that connects with Snapchat to allow users to "make new connections" -- in other words, meet strangers. Teens link their Snap profiles and enter personal details (age and gender) and choose a few pictures to feature. Then they review images of other users, choosing to "X" those they are not interested in or requesting Snap info for those they are. On the flip side, others are reviewing their profile and sending requests to add them on Snap as well. Just as with Snapchat streaks, users earn points and gems for activity, like giving out their Snap and logging in daily or viewing videos or taking surveys. The profiles shown are a mix of genders and close in age to that entered when creating a profile, but there's no birth date verification. There's no specific privacy policy, though it seems to be rolled into the terms of service. Read the developer's policy for details on how your (or your kids') information is collected, used, and shared and any choices you may have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about safe ways to meet new people other than apps like Hoop.

  • What are your family's expectations about adding followers on social media? Do you have to have mutual friends? Should you have met in person?

  • What are your family's expectations for sharing personal information or photos with unknown followers?

Good Samaritans


1st Michelle B.

2nd Dani D.

3rd Raquel B.

4th Nicolas B.

5th Connor M.

6th Preston S.and Simon B.

7th Cebastian S.

8th Sienna W. and Madilyn C.


You can see how much this student wants to learn by how well she listens and follows directions. She participates often and tries really hard. There has already been a lot of growth in a short amount of time. SLE 4a and 2c


This student is always eager to learn, is conscientious, and a hard-working student. SLE 2. Lifelong Learners who: love to learn

This student enhances group discussion through insightful comments. She also can be depended on to do what she is asked to do. SLE 3. Effective Communicators


This student is an active faith filled Catholic because she tries to live each day as Jesus did. She cares about her fellow classmates and makes sure that they get a chance to participate in recess activities, among other things.


This student is a peacemaker, because he is very kind to everyone in class. He is also very helpful. He plays well at recess and always includes others. He works hard and always tries his best. (Peacemaker SLE - 5C)


This student tries hard in school and is very helpful with electronics and to the teachers in his class; he has the most Good Sam slips in our jar; He is a faith-filled Catholic and has a good sense of humor.


This student is always helpful without being asked.


This student is a faith-filled Catholic who truly tries to live each day as Jesus did, as he continuously demonstrates a spirit of service, especially as it relates to our special Micah students. He also loves to learn, which is obvious in his participation in all of his classes. He adds so much to class discussions, and he is quite thoughtful and introspective in the way that he responds! He has tremendous respect for others and is a peacemaker in our recreational activities; always making sure that everyone has had a turn.


This student is our Good Samaritan because she shows that she is aware of those around her and their feelings. She takes responsibility for her actions and will step up in a difficult situation. She cares for all God's creation and we see the holiness within her through her actions.

Red Ribbon Campaign

The Red Ribbon Campaign® is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week®, October 23rd - October 31st each year.


This year’s theme is Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.™ Visit www.redribbon.org to learn more about Red Ribbon Week® and get tips for talking to your kids about drugs. The life you save may be that of your own child or a dear friend.


Thank you Mrs. Gallegos for our Junior High duffel bags and goodies!

Extended Care Sign Up

Oh, Holiness keep haunting me! Mercy Me - Ghost

MercyMe - Ghost (Official Lyric Video)
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