Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin
Nov. 15, 2012 Thursday B Day

We want to remind students that they are to stay inside the cafeteria at lunch until they are dismissed by the teachers on duty. We have had too many students leaving the cafeteria lately and roaming the halls.
Second, a reminder that chewing gum is not allowed in the building and that it is a $5.00 fine if you are caught with it. We have had too much gum stuck to furniture and in carpets lately and this needs to stop. Teachers have been instructed to turn in names to violators to Coach Brown in the Main Office for the fine.
Finally, a reminder that students are to go to an area during Encore and stay in that place until the conclusion of Encore unless they have a note from a teacher, in advance, telling them to report at a specific time or if they are first attending Communion Service in the Marianist Lobby. We have a lot of students using Encore for making up tests and getting assistance from teachers and all the movement in the hallways is a distraction.

Holy Trinity Thanksgiving Collection: Our annual collection has begun and runs through November 20. We will be collecting money at all lunch shifts to benefit the food pantry at Holy Trinity parish in Baden. If you are interested in volunteering to collect money at lunch, see Mr. Stevison in the Library for instructions. On Thanksgiving morning (November 22) we need volunteers (families are welcome) to deliver Thanksgiving meals to families served by the food pantry. We begin with 9:00 Mass and deliver the meals between 10:30 and 12:30 that day. Everyone is welcome to join us. Please be generous -- this project helps many people have a holiday meal they might not have had otherwise.

Monday we will be conducting a food drive for the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Food Pantry. Any student who brings in 3 canned goods can take part in a dress down day.

Griffin Theatre will open its 2012-13 season this evening at 7:30 pm with the comedy thriller COUNT DRACULA. Count Dracula will be presented tonight, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm and on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm. Reserved Tickets are $5; $4 for students and senior citizen.

All Students: Please check the IOU listing on the Griffin Gear Store window and pay debts prior to Thanksgiving break. Thank you.

Monthly Class Meetings: Thursday is the Juniors and Friday is the Freshman.

Those students who are attending Cardboard Village need to stop by the Campus Ministry office to pick up information and permission forms for the retreat.

Juniors who would like to lead Kairos next year can FINALLY pick up applications in the Campus Ministry office.

The Eagle Scout group's next meeting is Thursday, Nov. 15, in the media center.

Pro Life Trip to Washington, DC: Check out the poster information in the hallway on the Pro Life trip. Your essay and down payment are due today if you are interested in applying for the trip that you will always remember. Think about standing up for your faith and for life. March with 400,000 other people from the US in January.

Thanksgiving Mass: Our next student body mass will be for Thanksgiving in another week. If you are interested in helping out, please see Fr. Tim or Mr. Remiger.

Members of Griffin LIFE should see Mr. Dailey by the end of the week to place your order for a Griffin LIFE hoodie.

Any student interested in signing up for this year's FBLA team, please come by Computer Lab Room 205 today during Encore. If you have a unique interest in business or business technology stop by to see what the Future Business Leaders is all about or see Mr. Haddock by the end of the week.
This holiday season Vianney will have a bin available for recycling Christmas lights. It seems inevitable the each year some strands of lights refuse to light. Please inform you parents that those lights can be recycled at Vianney. Last year, 64,000 pounds of lights were recycled. Please help rescue your burnt out lights from the landfill by placing them in our collection bin.
The group that recycles the lights needs volunteers to distribute the collection bins after school this week and the Sat after Thanksgiving. If you would like to volunteer see Mr. C. Walsh in room 305.
The Robotics club will have a short meeting this Friday afternoon after school in room 207 to discuss implementation of our new LabView software, and to come up with fundraising ideas for the TETRIX resource kit required to build a competitive robot. The qualification meet is coming up January 20th, so we have our work cut out for us! Be there!!
Attention Seniors--
Several new scholarships have been added to the Updates section of Naviance Family Connection including the AXA Achievement Scholarship, the BigSun Scholarship (for athletes), the Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants Scholarship and the Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship. Details for these scholarships is on Family Connection or see a counselor in the Leadership Center.
ALL LACROSSE TRYING OUT FOR VARSITY: The conditioning portion of Fall Ball training will now begin at 3:00 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays on the track. Attendance guidelines still apply. Questions: See Coach Stein.
ALL FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES who are interested in playing lacrosse in the spring: Please come to a brief meeting at 3:00 on FRIDAY November 16th in ROOM 108. Questions? See Coach Stein.

All Swimmers and Divers should see Coach Alexander some time today for information regarding the Swimming and Diving Banquet.

The following college reps will be on campus. You can sign up to visit with them online or in the Leadership Center up to a day in advance of the visit.

Nov. 15
8:40 a.m.
Benedictine -- Atchison, KS
Nov. 19 10:30 a.m. West Point (US Military Academy)
***Nov. 15 2:00 p.m. University of Missouri -- St. Louis