St. Viator Parish School

Viator Voice: March 15, 2021

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Note: important Calendar Update!

The Bishop's Restoration Advisory Council has required that all Diocesan Catholic Schools PK-Grade 12 convert to Distance Learning for the week following Easter Break: Tuesday, April 6th through Friday, April 9th.

Teachers will post the Zoom code in Google Classroom beginning Tuesday, April 6th.

What's Happening!

Monday: March 15, 2021

  • APEX teacher huddle - all teachers, 7am via Zoom

Tuesday: March 16, 2021

Wednesday: March 17, 2021: Happy St. Patrick's Day!

  • Liturgy, Grades 5-8 (volunteers needed ~ see notice below)
  • Green or White Tops and Socks

Thursday: March 18, 2021

Friday: March 19, 2021: Happy St. Joseph's Day!

  • Red or White Tops and Socks

PTO Volunteers Needed

We are so happy our children can now experience Mass on Wednesday mornings. After Mass we need volunteers to help sanitize and clean the church. If you are available to help any Wednesday morning, please email Jenaya Lisowski at to be put on the volunteer schedule.

Remember to advance clocks forward one hour this weekend!

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March Good Samaritans

1st grade is Anna C.

2nd grade is Angela L.

3rd grade is Nicole M.

4th grade is Kyle C.

5th grade is Jude L.

6A is Brandon P.

6B is Nathaniel L.

7th grade is Rosalin M.

8A is Addison H.

8B is Bridget K.

What does it take to be a Good Samaritan?

She has really grown into a good role model of good student behaviors and choices in the classroom. She listens and follows directions quickly and does what is asked of her. She has shown consistent ability to be an independent learner and worker.

SLE 4 a, e and SLE 2c

She is responsible and always prepared for class. She is also very organized. She makes good choices and leads by example. Most of all, she is kind and caring with her classmates and teachers.

SLE 1e He understands and participates in the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church. He participates and is very interested in religion class. He is a leader in class discussions. His Catholic faith is very important to him. His enthusiasm and interest is helpful to the other students.

He is polite and helpful; fulfills our SLE of being a peacemaker, following the golden rule and showing respect to all, especially adults; he volunteers to help in the classroom.

He showed maturity during a stressful time in math class…maintained composure and didn't give up.

She is an active, Faith-filled Catholic who clearly understands the teachings and traditions of the Catholic church. This is demonstrated in her kindness, patience and her excellent grasp of all areas of Religion that we study in class.

She is a student that exemplifies all the SLE’s through her good work ethic, to her Catholic values, to her awareness of the world around her. She is tuned into the needs of others and at a young age has a great deal of empathy for others.

Yearbook Orders

Yearbooks for this school year are still available. Yearbooks are $45 and can be ordered through the school office.

March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day SVS celebrates on March 22nd!

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SVS Pot of Gold

Extended Care Sign Up

Box tops for Education! Online Shoppers Earn with Digital Receipts

How to submit digital receipts to earn Box Tops

Keep Our School Safe

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Diocese Parent Screening Tool

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