Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin
Jan. 30, 2013 Wednesday C Day

Juniors: Balfour reps will be here today at all lunch shifts to take your ring orders.

Anyone interested in trying out for volleyball should come to a meeting on Thursday in the Cafe at 3:00.

Spirit Socks are BACK from STUCO! Version 2.0 can be purchased in room 310 today after school and throughout the week. These go Fast so pick them up now. Cost is $10.

On Thursday ALL students will be attending the High School Shootout game. Food will NOT be provided for students BUT do not worry! If you are hungry after the game STUCO will be selling Pizza at Vianney (2 slices for $3). Far Cheaper than food at the game.

Griffin Theatre Presents All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten this weekend. Show times are 7:30 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 2:00 Sunday. This is a cabaret show -- the audience will be seated at tables around the stage. It is a theatrical revue format with monologues, dialogues and multiple voice narrations -- stories being told about life which range from the whimsical to the profound. Seating is reserved--$5 for adults and $4 for students and senior citizens. See Mr. Book to reserve tickets.

Attention Distance team for track, the mile time trial scheduled for Thursday will begin at about 1:30 pm; please be on time. If you are running distance (800m or more) in the spring, you should attend this glorious event.

Congratulations to the Vianney Mock Trial Defense Team in defeating Ladue last night 3-0. The prosecutions will compete in February in the second round.

The following students need to see Coach Stein in ROOM 204 TODAY: Kyle Bottchen, Ford Brauer, Nick Curran,
Ben & Nate Ebert, Dave Eilermann, Connor Eskridge, Tyler Flieg, Alan & Alex Foley, Jake Frankiewicz,
Nick Freund, Matt Mueller, Brian Nguyen, Josh Peterson, Andrew Regan, Ethan Steele, Jake Walden & Chaice Wilson.

Attention juniors and seniors: the next ACT course starts in one month. If you want to take it, you may sign up at any time. No matter what your score is, you can improve it by taking this course. Someone's score went from 18 to 23; someone else's went from 32 to 35. Mr. Meyer in the counseling office has the registration forms if you're interested.