St. Viator Parish School
Viator Voice: February 8, 2021
Thank you to our parents, students, and faculty for a wonderful celebration for Catholic Schools Week!
WSJ: Catholic Schools are Beating Covid!
A COHORTs won the relay - free dress on Tuesday!
4th grade is studying rocks and minerals in Science right now. Check out their sedimentary rock creations!
Black History month
Daily Book Readings:
Prayers and love are going out to all those who have lost someone they love recently. It is truly heartbreaking. Thankfully, we are very blessed with a very strong, supportive community.
Each day, we are given a gift of 86,400 seconds -- imagine what we could do if only we had in $$?! This week and always, let us *spend* our days in kindness, forgiveness, and love. May we all be grateful for what we have and bring hope and healing to those in need. May we go forth in peace as we never know what day may be our last.
Spend those seconds wisely this week!
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. 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, & the wearing of masks. 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!
Extended Care Sign Up
Notice for Parents and Guardians
Please do not medicate your child before school to lower his/her fever and then send him to school.
A fever is the body's response to fighting infection, and your child needs time to rest and recuperate. It is important to keep your child home when sick for 72 hours after they no longer have a fever or signs of a fever (chills, feeling very warm, flushed appearance, or sweating) without the use of fever-reducing medicine.
While the timing of flu season is unpredictable, seasonal flu activity can begin as early as October and last as late as May. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people get vaccinated by the end of October, if possible. As you know, the flu vaccine can reduce flu illnesses, doctor's visits, missed work and school days, and prevent flu-related hospitalizations and deaths in children.
Thank you for leading by example by getting your child and your flu vaccine.
COVID 19 Parent Screening Tools
Keep our School Safe
Catholic Working is requesting:
jelly, tuna, lunch kits,cereal, chips (snack size), granola bars, trail mix, cookie snack bags, fruit snacks, fruit cups, crackers with cheese or peanut butter
Drive date: February 13, 2021
Safe Nest is looking for sweatshirts and flip flops
Drive date: February 20, 2021
You may drop items off on the schedule days in our school loop, or bring them to school the week before and we will deliver them to the parish.
Registration for the 2021-2022 school year is due this Tuesday!
ReRegistration for your current student is due Tuesday, February 9th. New Students for PreKindergarten, Kindergarten and First Grade need to make appointments for testing. If you have any questions, please email Mary Jane Marlow at email@example.com