October 14, 2013 Monday C Day
Kairos participants: All seniors attending the Kairos retreat are asked to report to the chapel after school.
There will be a brief meeting for all members of National Honor Society TODAY at the beginning of encore in room 105. See Mr. Redman if you can't be there.
Jeff Owens please see Miss Walsh in her office before the end of the day today.
There will be an Athletic Apostles meeting on Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. in the Coaches Office. Seniors are not required to attend.
Those currently working on the Literary & Art Journal need to meet in room 302 on Thursday during Encore.
The Ping Pong Club will meet today.
Room Changes TOMORROW:
The following room changes are being made tomorrow so some maintenance work can be done in 204.
Mr. Clithero’s A period will go to 108; B period to 306; C period to the Media Center
Mr. Prost’s D period will go to the Media Center
Only twelve days remain before the BIG DODGE BALL EVENT!!
Swimming & Diving: The Griffins went on the road to Cape Girardeau finishing a respectable seventh in the strong field of 17 teams. The following medaled for Vianney: 200 Medley Relay (Nick Alexander, Dave Craft, Garrett Lipic, Jeff Sandweg) 6th, Sam Trenter (4th) in Diving, and the 400 Free Relay Team (Alexander, Lipic, Jake Gauvain, Ben Dombrowski) 7th. Sophomore Nick Alexander was 1st in the 200IM and in the 100 Back and was also voted Co-MVP of the Meet by the head coaches. The team faces SLUH today at 4pm at Forest Park CC pool.
ALL members of the 2013 golf team please meet in Room 306 after school on THURSDAY October 17th for a brief IMPORTANT meeting.
A priest, a rabbi, and a robot walk into an IHOP.." If you want to hear the punchline, you must be at the Robotics meeting in room 207 on Tuesday Oct. 15th!. The equipment for our 2nd robot should arrive by then, and we will also begin construction on the simulation field, so please make every effort to be there! See Mr. Prost for questions or more information...
Congratulations to the Griffin Bowlers. Both teams won their matches. If you see Luke Tackes, give him a shout-out as he achieved his personal best at 268 scratch, which puts him among the highest scratch games of the conference.
CHESS INTRAMURALS CONTINUE THIS WEEK. NIKITA THOMPSON AND AARON REYNOLDS LEAD THE SENIORS WITH 4 1/2 POINTS, ALEX GRIFFING LEADS THE JUNIORS WITH 3 1/2 POINTS, NATHAN MITTENZWEY LEADS THE SOPHOMORES WITH 4 1/2 POINTS AND RYAN ALLGEYER LEADS THE FRESHMEN WITH 3 POINTS. CHESS TEAM PRACTICE BEGINS MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. TEAM REGISTRATION BEGINS THIS WEEK. ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS, EVEN THOSE PLAYING FALL SPORTS, SHOULD REGISTER WITH MR. PETERSEN IN ROOM 208 DURING ENCORE OR MR. BAUR AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 209.
College Reps on Campus: To schedule a visit, sign up through Family Connection in Naviance.
Tuesday, Oct. 15 10:40 Bradley U. Peoria, IL
2:10 Missouri S&T Rolla, MO
Thursday, Oct. 17 8:40 St. Louis U. St. Louis
2:10 University of Central MO Warrensburg, MO
Friday, Oct. 18 10:40 University of Oklahoma Norman, OK
2:10 Avila U. Kansas City, MO