St. Viator Parish School

Viator Voice: November 16, 2020

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We are GRATEFUL for you!

In Gratitude

Thank you, Father, for having created us and given us to each other in the human family. Thank you for being with us in all our joys and sorrows, for your comfort in our sadness, your companionship in our loneliness.


Thank you for yesterday, today, tomorrow and for the whole of our lives.


Thank you for friends, for health and for grace. May we live this and every day conscious of all that has been given to us.

KINDERGARTEN is THANKFUL!

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A Special Book of the Month "The Thankful Book" read by School Counselor, Mrs. Winterfeld

Be Thankful

What's Happening?

Monday, November 16, 2020


Tuesday, November 17, 2020

  • Campus Ministry: 8th Grade


Wednesday, November 18, 2020


Thursday, November 19, 2020


Friday, November 20, 2020

  • 1st Reconciliation for 2nd Grade


Monday, November 23 - 27, 2020: Thanksgiving Break! Classes resume November 30th.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Break, November 23-27, 2020.

Parents, we need your help!

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, and 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.


As cold/flu season is upon us, when a student is absent from school, parents should report an absence immediately to the school by leaving a message on the school's voice mail phone system (732-4477, ext 104). If sending an email to the child's teacher, please cc: tdrewes@stviator.org so we are aware.



Thank you for your continued support!

PLEASE, please, please do not medicate a fever and send child to school as they will infect their classmates.

CDC Guidelines for Gatherings

Remind guests to stay home if they are sick

  • Remind invited guests to stay home if they have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days or are showing COVID-19 symptoms. Anyone who has had close contact with a person who has COVID-19 should also stay home and monitor their health. Invited guests who live with those at higher risk should also consider the potential risk to their loved ones.
  • Consider keeping a list of guests who attended for potential future contact tracing needs.
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Encourage social distancing

  • Host your gathering outdoors, when possible. If this is not feasible, make sure the room or space is well-ventilated (for example, open a window).
  • Arrange tables and chairs to allow for social distancing. People from the same household can be in groups together and don’t need to be 6 feet apart – just 6 feet away from other families.
  • If planning activities for adults and/or kids, consider those where social distancing can be maintained, like sidewalk chalk art or frisbee.
  • When guests arrive, minimize gestures that promote close contact. For example, don’t shake hands, do elbow bumps, or give hugs. Instead wave and verbally greet them.
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Wear masks

  • Wear masks when less than 6 feet apart from people or indoors.
  • Consider providing masks for guests or asking them to bring their own.

Clean hands often

  • Consider providing hand sanitizer in addition to clearly marked hand washing areas.
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds when entering and exiting social gatherings. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
  • Make sure there is adequate soap or hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol available in the restrooms and encourage guests not to form a line at the door. Consider also providing cleaning supplies that allow guests to wipe down surfaces before they leave.
  • Remind guests to wash their hands before serving or eating food.
  • Use single-use hand towels or paper towels for drying hands so guests do not share a towel.
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Limit the number of people handling or serving food

  • Encourage guests to bring their own food and drinks.
  • Limit people going in and out of the areas where food is being prepared or handled, such as in the kitchen or around the grill, if possible.
  • If serving any food, consider identifying one person to serve all food so that multiple people are not handling the serving utensils.
  • Use single-use options or identify one person to serve sharable items, like salad dressings, food containers, and condiments, so that multiple people are not handling the items.

Limit contact with commonly touched surfaces or shared items

  • Use touchless garbage cans or pails.
  • Use gloves when removing garbage bags or handling and disposing of trash. Wash hands after removing gloves.
  • Clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces and any shared items between use when feasible.
  • If you choose to use any shared items that are reusable (e.g., seating covers, tablecloths, linen napkins), wash, clean, and sanitize them after the event.

Extended Care for Week of November 16th