Daily Bulletin


Daily Bulletin

September 6, 2013    Friday                                                                                                                                        C Day


Eucharistic Adoration/Prayer for Peace:  We invite faculty and students to make a special effort to visit the chapel today to pray in a special way for peace in the Middle East and an end to the growing conflict in Syria. Eucharistic Adoration will take place from 7:45 until 2:45pm.


Juniors and Seniors NOT registered for a retreat:  All Juniors and Seniors were asked to register for a retreat on line by Sept. 4th. As of this morning the lists are posted of who has not registered. We ask that this be taken care of by the end of your lunch period today. Lists are posted on the campus ministry bulletin board and the campus ministry office window.


Pro Life Club:  The Pro Life Club will meet Tuesday during Encore. All students are invited to join in our efforts to promote life during this coming year. 


Need tutoring?  Having trouble with math?  Science?  Need help writing a paper?  Our tutor, Ms. Jean Kilper, will begin her after school help on Monday, September 9.  She will be here every Monday and Wednesday after school for an hour.  See your counselor if you are interested in accessing her assistance.


RACQUETBALL: Racquetball is BACK!!!! The Griffins return to the courts for the 2013-2014 season. All New and returning players need to attend an informational meeting today at 2:45 in room 310 with Mr. Lewis#Rollout


Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors and their parents:  Join Lane Ramey from Rockhurst University on Wednesday, September 11 at 7 pm in the Vianney media center as he talks about the college search process, the college application process and financial aid for college.  It's not too early nor too late to talk about college planning!


Need an ark to save two of every animal?  I  Noah guy. And I know a guy who says Ping Pong Club is awesome. It starts today, right after school in the 200 hallway. You can’t miss us; we’ll be the guys playing ping pong in the hall, yelling “Boom Slang!”


Close Up:  For close to 40 years, Vianney students have enjoyed going on a week-long trip to Washington, D.C. to participate in a program called Close Up.  This year will be no different.  On February 10th, a plane will take this year’s participants to the capital to interface with students from all over the country, and with members of our federal government, in a week-long study of our government in action.    There will be a meeting for any Sophomore, Junior or Senior who is interested in going to Washington, D.C. for this experience on Tuesday  during Encore in Room 102.   The cost of the program will be discussed at this meeting.


JUNIORS & SENIORS: If you are interested in reaching out to Alumni and Friends of Vianney join Student Foundation. This is a new organization that will feature a select group of students who will play an important role in aiding the Vianney Advancement efforts. This includes phone-a-thon and thank-a-thons. Selection is based on an application, faculty recommendation and an interview. Applications are outside Ms. Walsh's room at the end of the 100 hallway.


The following Colleges will have reps on campus in September.  Sign up on Family Connection to schedule yourself to meet with them.

Friday, September 13, 2013

2:10 PM



Cape Girardeau, MO

Monday, September 16, 2013

8:40 AM


Bellarmine University

Louisville, KY

Monday, September 16, 2013

10:40 AM


St. Louis College of Pharmacy

St. Louis, MO

Monday, September 16, 2013

2:10 PM


Knox College


Galesburg, IL



Homecoming forms are available in the Main Office and Gear Store.  Forms must be completed before tickets can be purchased.


All Athletic Apostles should meet in the coaches’ office on Wednesday, September 11 at 8:00 a.m.


The freshman football team lost a close one yesterday 20-17 to Francis Howell North. A 60 yard TD run by James Schueler, a 70 yard interception return for a TD by Evan Lawson along with a 38 yard field goal by Kevin Reilly were the highlights for the Griffins. Next up @DeSmet next Thursday at 4:30.


The B-team soccer Griffs notched a victory yesterday afternoon against Oakville 2-0 with goals from Mark Pelizzaro and Cameron Haegele. Tom Marshall and Jiggy Giegling teamed up in the shutout. 


Anyone interested in working on Mock Trial this year needs to see Mr. Shannon as soon as possible.

Anyone interested in playing tennis in the spring should see Mr. Shannon.


The Varsity cross country team was once again paced by Jimmy Broyles as five runners medaled in the Webster Invitational yesterday.  Sophomore was the top JV runner while Alex Canupp was the top Freshman harrier.  Congrats to everyone on the first invitational of the year.


Got Robot?  You will if you come to The Robotics Club meeting next TUESDAY, Sept. 10th in room 204 for an update on equipment purchases AND a video preview of this year's FTC game objective.  The FTC Kick-Off celebration is this Saturday, Sept. 7th at the Science Center, anyone interested in attending needs to see Mr. Prost ASAP for program details.  We have 2 teams this year, so there's plenty of jobs for programmers, assemblers, and designers.  Come join us!!