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    • 2019-2020 School Year

      Cafeteria Volunteer Responsibilities:

      1. Arrive by 11:00 am and stay until 11:45 am
      2. Head straight to cafeteria to sign in. No longer need to stop in school office.
      3. Sign in Volunteer book – currently located on ledge in corner near doorway to the kitchen area.
      4. Help Kindergartens carry hot lunch trays to table if needed.
      5. Open packages as needed if student raises hand to ask for help.
      6. Bring napkins and cutlery to students if raise hand and ask for it.
      7. Bring water to students who ask – cups provided with pitcher of water for filling.
      8. Remind kids to stay in their seats as they are not allowed to get up to throw away trash until the end of the lunch period.
      9. Alert teachers (or address yourself) of poor behavior choices such as not keeping hands to themselves.
      10. At end of first lunch period (K – 4th), slide trash cans around tables to have students deposit trash.
      11. Leave trash cans at end of tables for second lunch period (5th – 8th).
      12. Wipe down tables and benches between lunch periods.
      13. During second lunch period, walk around and be present as another set of eyes for the teachers.
      14. Leave at 11:45 or stay longer if you choose.

Congratulations Class of 2019!  Good Luck next year! 

Congratulations Mr. Eric Froese!! Mr. Froese is one of 20 educators honored with Cincy Magazine's "2018 The Best of the Best" Outstanding Educator Award!!


St. Vivian is a great place to learn! 


Come take a tour and see what St. Vivian has to offer your child! 

  • Dedicated staff: more than 50% hold Master's degrees in education
  • Religious instruction every day!
  • Dedicated to the service of others- our school children continually do service projects.
    • Make lunches for the homeless
    • Create Thanksgiving food baskets
    • Collect classroom supplies for Appalachian Schools
    • Visit nursing homes to play games, sing carols and spend time with the elderly shut-ins.
    • Work with Habitat for Humanity
    • Create Easter Baskets for underprivileged children
    • Collect money during Lent for Catholic Relief Services
    • Plus many, many ongoing activities!
  • Preschool ages 3-5
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) projects.  Our school won
  • One-to-one Chromebook program for grades 4-8
  • State of the art computer lab, laptop cart and science lab
  • Hot lunches, prepared on site, provided each day
  • Spanish instruction grades 4-8
  • Weekly Art, Music, Gym and Computer classes
  • String and band program
  • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts
  • Athletics