Daily Bulletin


Daily Bulletin
April 25, 2013 Thursday C Day

All: Please remind your parents about tonight's Parents' Club meeting at 7:00 in the Café. We have a guest speaker from CHADS Coalition.

Junior & Sophomore Drivers: On Friday, please leave the senior parking lot open for junior parents to use when they come for the Ring Mass. Thank you.

Juniors & Seniors: Tuesday is the last day to turn in all library materials. All books must be returned and all fines paid before grades will be released.

Seniors: Please make sure to turn in the copies of your scholarship awards or we will not be able to include these in the graduation booklet. We also need your final transcript requests. We need both of these forms by TUESDAY. See your counselor if you have any questions.

Service hours opportunity: Katie's Sports Acrobatics Team has a local competition coming up on April 27-28th. There will be many sports acro athletes competing here locally at Oakville High School. Our head coach, Marcia DeGuire will certify their service hours. Here are the details/needs: 15-20 guys; 9 pm on Friday evening for unloading the truck and setting it up - (probably 2 hours of work) Location: Oakville High School Time TBD on Sunday afternoon/early evening as soon as the meet is over for tear down and load. To get on the list of volunteers, please see Mr. Matreci in the Main Office.

The final edition of this year's Griffin newspaper will be put together next week. All writers and editors should check in with Mr. Burke as soon as possible.

All member of Mu Alpha Theta will meet in the Field House immediately following the speeches today. Mr. Burke will also be there to take the group yearbook photo.

Juniors: A representative from St. Louis Community College at Meramec will be here onTuesday, April 30 at 9am in the Leadership Center to explain options for dual enrollment for next year. Sign up on Naviance Family Connection by next Monday just like a regular college rep visit. See your counselor if you have questions. See you there!

The volleyball teams will be playing their Paint It Pink Games on Friday, May 3rd v. Kirkwood with games at 4:00 & 5:00.
Starting Monday, there will be dri-fit shirts for sale for $13 in the Griffin Gear Store with the logo "Vianney Griffins Attacking Cancer One Swing At a Time". Bracelets are also on sale in the Griffin Gear store for $2.
At the games on Friday, there will be raffle items, 50/50 and t-shirts sales, all of which will benefit the Bob Costas Cancer Center at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. Come support the volleyball team and raise some money for our fight against cancer!

Yearbook Pictures Thursday: Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook Club, Newspaper Staff and Photo Club. Meet Thursday after the StuCo speeches in Fieldhouse.

A national college fair will be held at Maryville University on Sunday, April 28 from 1-3 in the Simon Recreation Center. Representatives from over 100 regional and national schools will be present. Preregister at: www.gotocollegefairs.com/missouri so that you don't have to fill out a card at every table! Find more information on the Updates section of Family Connection or see your counselor in the Leadership Center.

The varsity tennis team defeated Mehlville 9-0 yesterday. Singles winners were Giel Vandeborne, Kevin Henschel, Anthony Price, Alex Feicht, Sean Meyer, and Max Mangum. Doubles winners were the teams of Vandeborne and Henschel, Price and Feicht, and Meyer and Joe LaMartina. They will play Kirkwood tomorrow at Kirkwood Park.

The Jim Farrell Invitational had much better weather yesterday and the performances showed it. The Griffins were led by event champions Alex Reyes in the discus and Eddie Albarran in the 3200m. Congratulations to all athletes who competed or helped make the meet run so smoothly.
Today seven team converge on the track for a JV and freshman extravaganza.

The following college reps will be on campus. You can sign up to visit them online but please do so at least a day in advance.
Tues 4/30 2:00pm Kansas State U. Manhattan, KS