Vianney Daily Bulletin

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12

One last call for seniors who are the last of your brothers going through Vianney.  Come down at the start of Encore to have your family honored in the Father/Son Banquet Program whether you are attending or not.

Big shout out to seniors Joe Beck and Jake Billhartz who both obtained the rank of Eagle Scout over the weekend.  This is a great honor and one that few obtain. We would like to have Joe and Jake and ALL others who have obtained their rank of Eagle Scout to come down to the Main Office at the start of Encore so that we may get a picture of the group.  Also, if you will potentially get your Eagle Scout during this school year please let me know that as well, ASAP

Attention juniors:  The ACT Prep Course D, which is the one that goes from 3:15-5:45 beginning on January 3, is now full.  If you’d like to be on the waitlist, please email Mrs. Kheriaty. There is still room in the ACT Prep Course E, which is the one that goes from 6-8:30pm beginning on January 3.  Both of these courses will help you prepare for your February ACT that all Vianney juniors will take.

Swimmers- please turn in your bags to room 308 by Friday.

You can play chess today in room 209 at encore.  Chess team tryouts continue this week. Registration is required.  See Mr. Matreci in the leadership center or Mr. Baur in room 209 for details.

This Friday (the 16th) is a Dress-Down Day for the National Honor Society Canned-Food Drive.  On Friday, please bring in 5 non-perishable food items from the following list of food items in order to participate: Canned soups, canned meats, canned spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables, boxed dinners, such as mac & cheese and hamburger helper, and other boxed items, such as cake mix and corn bread mix.  NHS members will be collecting in the Commons starting at 7am.

Griffin Theatre’s production of 1776 opens this Thursday and runs thru Sunday. 1776 is based on the events surrounding the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It dramatizes the efforts of John Adams to persuade his colleagues to vote for American independence. John Adams and the other founding fathers are not treated as gods or cardboard characters, but rather as real men struggling with starting a new nation against great odds.

Finally, happy birthday today to seniors Rick Liu, Jake Luthy & John Martin along with junior, John Mossinghoff and sophomore, Kyle Stotler.  We hope that you all have a great day on your special day. Those are your Monday morning announcements. Make it a great day to be a Griffin.  You may now proceed to Encore.