St. Viator Parish School

Viator Voice: February 4, 2019

Thank you to our parents, students, and faculty for a wonderful celebration for Catholic Schools Week!

Black History month

The month of February was established in 1926 as an annual observance and remembrance of key people and events in our history. Classrooms will celebrate these inspirational heroes throughout this month. For more information:

Scout Sunday Mass

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Training for NEW Altar Servers

Boys and Girls 4th Grade and older can be an

Altar Server. You and a parent must attend

an orientation meeting in the church.

You will return to be tested.

Training will take place in the church

Wednesday, February 13

at 3:00 PM OR 4:00 PM


Saturday, February 16

at 11:00 AM


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Join us to celebrate our 5th Annual Booster Golf Tournament!

St. Viator School will host its 5th Annual Boosters Golf Tournament on March 3rd, 2019 at Stallion Mountain Golf Club. This course is within close proximity of the Saint Viator Catholic Community, it has a 7,351-yard layout that was designed by PGA Tour legend Jim Colbert and golf architect Jeff Brauer.

This is a fundraising and alumni social event where all proceeds will be used to continue the work of our Booster Club supporting the Athletic Program and Clubs at our school. Support has included uniforms, registration fees, and equipment. The cost per golfer is $150 (or $600 per foursome), which includes a tasty lunch, a gift bag, a ton of fun and some great Las Vegas sunshine! We will also have some exciting golf skill-based contests and a raffle. Whether you are a golfer or not, we invite you to consider a sponsorship opportunity. We have three levels of event sponsorships available along with opportunities to purchase tee signs with your name or company logo to be placed on the course. We are also looking for donations of raffle items that will entice the golfers to purchase tickets in order to support our students. St. Viator School is an established 501(c)3 so all donations and a portion of sponsorships and play are tax deductible!

Like many things in recent years, the cost to operate the athletics program and clubs at the school has increased particularly in the areas of insurance and equipment. In our 50 years, thousands of kids have participated in these programs. Team sports and clubs encourage and develop teamwork, respect, self-esteem, working toward a shared goal and friendship. These programs are an important complement to our academics and help our students to be well-rounded individuals.

For details on sponsorship and registration, please click on the form below or visit our website under Parent Life. If you have donation items or any questions please contact Jennifer Jones at (702) 480-4304 or the school office with any questions.

Your support in any manner will make a difference and is greatly appreciated!

Students Safe Voice App

Please check your children's yellow communication folder for a Diocesan letter launching our SafeVoice app. Students will be trained this week on how to use the app.

Junior High Class Field Trips

For Washington DC trip: Please make sure your balance is paid to World Strides by due date of 2/25/19. If you have fallen behind you may be in jeopardy of being cancelled from the trip. Also, a reminder that all financial obligations must be met for school before your child will be allowed on trip. Any questions please call Mrs. Daly.

A parent and chaperone meeting for Carson City and Washington DC trips has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 10th

Carson City 5:30 pm and Washington D.C. 6:15 pm in Library. Mark your calendars, please.

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 24 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.

Flu Season

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.

What's Happening!

Monday: February 4, 2019

  • Girl's Basketball SEAS@SVS, Varsity 3:30 pm, JV 4:30 pm

Tuesday: February 5, 2019

  • Homeless Lunch, 3B
  • Campus Ministry, 6th Grade

Wednesday: February 6, 2019

  • School Mass (Grades 5-8), full dress uniform
  • Girl's Basketball SFDS@SVS, Varsity 3:30 pm, JV 4:30 pm

Thursday: February 7, 2019
  • Disney Day! Please dress for the Happiest Place on Earth!
  • Permission slips for Valentine's Day Dance due by 8 am.
  • Volleyball Varsity Tryouts 3:00 - 4:30 pm.

Friday: February 8, 2019
  • Hot lunch cards are due today!
  • Spring Pictures (optional)
  • Volleyball Varsity Tryouts 3 - 4:30 pm
  • Valentine's Day Dance @ OLLV, Grades 7-8

Registration for the 2019-2020 school year is due this Friday!

Registration packets for 2019-2020 went home the week of January 21st. Please check the yellow communication folder.

ReRegistration for our current student is due Friday, February 8th. 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 i

Gentle Reminder

All tuition and fees must be current prior to re-registration. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Alex at or Mrs. Brunelle.

All candy funds were due by Wednesday, January 31st.

Final Orders for Scrip

Scrip FINAL orders for the 18-19 school year will be Feb 25th with pick up March 1. Parents please check your balance to see if you are near the $200 required as there is still time to place those scrip orders. Invoices for those families who did not meet the $200 rebate requirement will go out by March 2nd.