Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

April 15, 2014    Tuesday                                                                                                                                                     A  Day

 

Today is a dress up day for everyone.

 

Still looking for that Vianney hoodie?  Spanish book?  Lunchbox?  Then stop by the commons on Wednesday, April 16 during all lunch periods.  All items from the lost and found will be on display.  Come claim your lost goods before Easter break!

 

From STUCO:

1. Final Day to Sign up for Junior Ring is TOMORROW!

2. Prom Forms are now Available in the Main Office and in the Gear Store. Please fill it out and Return to Mr. Lewis in 310 by April 25th

 

There will be a spring Athletic Apostles meeting tomorrow morning at 8:00 in room 500.

 

For those juniors who are interested in taking a campus visit to Missouri S&T, please see Mr. Lantz to sign up. The trip is scheduled for April 29th. We will leave by bus around 7AM and return around 3PM. There are a limited number of seats available.

 

Attention juniors: the last ACT course of the year starts on Wednesday. If you'd like to sign up, please do it soon. Average score improvement is between 3 and 4 points.

 

The inaugural St. John Vianney Literary & Art Journal (The Mag) is now accepting submissions from now until April 21st.  Please see posted guidelines around the school or in room 302.  Or simply come talk to Mr. Sargent for more information.  We are looking for finely-crafted submissions of: short-fiction, essays, poetry, art, photography.

 

Attention juniors and sophomores and their parents:  Maryville University is hosting a college fair on Sunday, April 27 from 1-3 pm in the Simon Center.  Representatives from over 100 schools will be in attendance.  Pre-register and get a barcode at:  gotocollegefairs.com.  See your counselor for more information or check out the posters around the building.

 

Calling all Sophomores and Juniors, were you an Ambassador last year or would you like to be one? Now is the time to apply for next year, this is a wonderful opportunity to be a part of a select group of men that are proud to be Griffins. Applications are available in the Admissions office. Please see Mr. Brown if you have any questions.

 

Any National Honor Society member who has done tutoring for either of the past two semesters should get their information to Mr. Redman by today.

 

The following students need to see Mr. C. Walsh in Room 305 TODAY:  Jack RyanJacob SchneiderAaron LlewellynEric Krus, and Andrew Townsend.  Thank you!

 

Paintball Club:  There will be a brief Paintball Club Meeting after school TODAY, Tuesday, April 15th in Ms. White's Classroom (Room 106).  The meeting will last no more than 10 minutes.  Please be prompt!  Thank you!

 

Newspaper:  Writers and Editors for the Griffin newspaper should check in with Mr. Burke in room 201 for assignments by tomorrow.

 

Interested in Criminal Justice or Forensics as a career?  Lindenwood University is hosting a Criminal Justice Summer Institute June 9-11.  Cost is $175 or $275.  See a counselor in the Leadership Center for more information.

 

Alex Reyes is picking up right where he left off last season as one of the top discus throwers.  A second place finish Saturday and an event championship at yesterday's Windsor Invitational make him a hard man to defeat.  The team and especially seniors have had a good run lately.  Today the throwers compete at Lutheran South for varsity and Priory for JV, and the entire squad travels to SLUH tomorrow.

 

VARSITY LACROSSE:  For those who braved the tundra-like conditions last night got to witness a great match.  In a 33-goal, 17-16 OT firefight, the Griffins defeated the John Burroughs Bombers in the first annual HEADstrong Charity game.  The Griffin offense was running on all cylinders with scoring coming from 7 different players.  The defense play of Chad Brown, Drew Hayden, Clay Bruner, Pat McCaffrey Adam Gilmore, and Paul Catanzaro, especially in Man-Down situations, was monumental.   Tyler Skaggs dominated at the face off winning 27 of 36 match ups.  A special thank you goes out to all the fans who helped us raise over $560 for Blood Cancer research.