Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

September 17, 2013    Tuesday                                                                                                                                        B Day


STUCO Spirit Week: Vianney GET EXCITED!!! THIS Week is Spirit Week. Here is the list of events for you to participate in:
Tuesday: dress up day + ice cream offered at lunch
Wednesday: Floatation Device Day + Suburbs tenders offered
Thursday: Tacky Tourist Day + Ted Drewe's ice cream offered at lunch
Friday: Black and Gold Day + Jack in the Box tacos offered at lunch


Attention seniors, juniors and sophomores---mark your calendars for the Vianney College Fair on Thursday from 7-8:30 pm.  Visit with over 130 college representatives.  Preregister at:  www.gotocollegefairs.com and print out your personal bar code to make your time at the fair more efficient!  See you there!


ANYONE interested in starting Vianney's first LITERARY & ART JOURNAL should attend an informational meeting Thursday during Encore in Room 302.  This is a great opportunity to place your creative stamp on the history of this school!


Griffin LIFE leaders there will be a meeting during encore in the Campus Ministry office. 

Roses are red, violets are blue, I don't like writing poems...Griffin LIFE tonight at 5:30 in the Marianist Lobby. 


The Scramblers will have meetings all week during Encore in Room 110 beginning Monday, September 16th through Friday, September 20th to plan for the Spirit Week Pep Rally.  Thank you!


Only 3 more periods until Vianney’s Varsity AP Honors Bocce Club meets in 209 after school today.


Students who ordered pictures to be picked up at school can pick them up after school in the Main Office.  Students who only had pictures taken for the yearbook can also pick up their ID cards in the Main Office after school.


Season athletic passes are on sale in the Griffin Gear Store for $25.00. 


Attention juniors and seniors:  Washington University is hosting Mini-Medical Schoo, an evening programl for students considering medicine as a profession.  The first session begins next week. See your counselor in the Leadership Center for more details.


The Freshman soccer team improved their record to 5 - 2 yesterday by defeating Eureka 2 - 1. The goals were scored by Andrew Poelzl and Nick Kellar.  


Senior Kairos Lists:  The Kairos retreat lists are now posted on the Campus Ministry Bulletin Board. If your name is not on the list or you have a particular concern, please see Fr. Tim.





College Reps on Campus:  To schedule a visit, sign up through Family Connection in Naviance.

Thursday,  Sept. 19             8:40        University of Evansville                      Evansville, IN

                                                10:40      Northeastern University                     Boston, MA

                                                2:10        Spalding University                             Louisville, KY

Friday, Sept. 20                    8:40        St. Benedict/St. John                           St. Joseph, MN

                                                10:40      McKendree University                        Lebanon, IL