DECEMBER 14, 2018

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Christmas Concert Info! 

WHO: Pre-K through 3rd Grade and Orchestra students at St. Vivian School.

WHERE: St. Vivian School Gym

WHEN: Thursday, December 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Students should arrive at 6:30 p.m. and report directly to their homeroom classroom. Orchestra students should report directly to the music room.

WHAT TO WEAR: Students should wear attire suitable for concert performance such as a button-down shirt, slacks, sweater, skirt or dress. Please do not wear jeans or t-shirts. Students can also wear Christmas attire suitable for concert performance. Again, please do not wear jeans or t-shirts.

QUESTIONS: If there are any questions, please contact Mr. Shea at joe.shea@stvivian.org.

NEWS FROM SCHOOL! 

  • Please check your child’s uniform.  All students in grades 4-8 must wear a belt and all uniform pants need to have belt loops for the belt.  If your child is not wearing uniform pants, please make sure they have proper pants after Christmas break. 
  • December 20th: Christmas Concert. See info above
  • December 21st: Last day before break.
  • January 7th: 1st day back from break
  • January 11th: End of the 2nd quarter
  • January 18th: Report Cards available online
  • January 18th: Hamilton County Bullying Program Prek-8
  • January 20th: OPEN HOUSE 12-2
  • January 21st: NO SCHOOL Martin Luther King Day
  • January 27th: OPEN HOUSE 12-2
  • January 28thFebruary 1st: Catholic’s Schools Week

NEWS FROM PTA: 

School directories have arrived! If you ordered a school directory your child should bring it home today! As in past years, our junior high was offered the chance to submit artwork to be featured on the front and back covers. This year our featured artwork comes from Lily Martin (grade 7) and Maeve Schurdak (grade 8). Congratulations, girls! 
Please give the teachers a few days to get the directories sent home. If you don’t get it by the holiday break, please contact Mandy Finamore-mando1469@yahoo.com. 

Dine to Donate Flyer: 

PTA NEWS
Candy SaleThank to all the families who have sold candy for the World’s Finest Candy Sale.  If you have not turned your money in, please do so on Monday Dec 17


DINE and  DONATE The December Dine and Donate at  is MONDAY December 17 from 11 am to 11 pm at Buffalo Wings and Rings in Finneytown.  Flyer required.  10% of sales with a flyer go to St. Vivian.  See flyer above! 


Volunteers for Catholic Schools WeekCatholic Schools Week is coming up January 27-February 2.  There will be dozens of opportunities to volunteer including Open House, Everybody Counts (January 31), and Teacher Appreciation Lunch (Feb 1).  Most of these require Virtus Training.  Please consider arranging your schedule to volunteer during that week. 

VIRTUS TRAININGThere will be a Virtus Training in English on January 23 for St. Vivian school and church families.  There will be a Virtus Class offered in Spanish on January 12.  Both these classes will have child care on request. We will also be serving pizza starting at 5:45.  Take the class before Catholic Schools week and get in a raffle for a $25 Amazon gift card.  You must register for the class.  Contact Julie Zinser if you have questions about registering julie.zinser@stvivian.org  or go to virtusonline.org  and click on first time registrant.

 Everybody CountsWe are hoping to do all of our Everybody Counts presentations on January 31 during Catholic Schools week. Students always enjoy participating in the activities and lessons learned stay with them for years.  Please consider becoming an Everybody Counts Presenter.  PTA will supply you with material, curriculum, and training.   Please contact Mr. Ed Stadnick edwardstadnick@verizon.com   All presenters must be Virtus Trained

Teacher Appreciation Lunch
Teacher Appreciation lunch  will be Feb 1.  We will need “subs” to monitor classrooms from 11 am to 1 pm while our teachers enjoy a relaxing catered meal.  Teachers will leave a very basic  plan for the “subs”.  All volunteers must be Virtus Trained.  Contact stvpta@gmail.com

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