I think SPRING is here! Hurray!
Thank you to all who participated in the Dimes for Diapers campaign. The students (especially the younger ones) are all excited to see who collected the most to 'help the babies.' They are feeling good because they chose to help those who are less fortunate in our community. Even if they are not one of the top three schools and get a visit from Channel 12 TV, they are blessed for showing their mercy.
If you have questions regarding your tuition, those accounts are handled by Tom Pastula at the church office. The phone is 810-235-1812 (ask for Tom Pastula) and the email is email@example.com.
He can answer all of your questions.
Thanks to all who have turned in their registration papers for the 2018-19 school year. We love sharing our lives with your children.
Our second grade students will receive the Sacrament of First Eucharist this Sunday at the 11:00 Mass. This is the second sacrament they have received this year, and we are proud of, and happy for, them!
Please remember to bring your child to the front door if s/he is late for school. The doors close to the parking lot are locked at 8:20, so they need to come to the office to be let in by Mrs. Deitering, and to get a late slip. Thank you!
We had a former student stop in this week, a student who struggled in school and in life for several years. The student came to share with us his success of completing school and entering the Michigan State Police Academy, and to thank us for caring about him. Life's little moments....... Thank you, God, for sending us the blessing of this child this week!
The 7th and 8th grade students return to school on Monday. I'm excited to hear the stories and see the photos of Washington, D.C.! What a great opportunity they have experienced.
Our new principal, Ms. Theresa Marshall, is coming to meet the staff tomorrow after school. She was here two weeks ago and we talked about your wonderful children and our wonderful school. She is going to come to our Spring Concert on May 30th, and I will introduce her to all of you. She is very excited about her new position at SJV!
Please complete the survey that I sent to you earlier today -- it is very important to our GCCS Schools. Thank you!
Please, God, take care of all of the people in our world.
Some reminders from the Powers Catholic AD:
Powers Catholic is hosting our lacrosse Catholic Schools Night in our games against Grand Blanc on Friday, May 11th
at Atwood Stadium. Students wearing GCCS school shirts or jerseys get in for free. It is also our annual ‘Lax for Luke Night’ which is geared toward raising awareness about bullying, depression and suicide prevention. It’s a special night between schools remembering former Grand Blanc student, Luke Duncanson.
JV Boys @ 4:00
Varsity Girls @ 5:30
Varsity Boys @ 7:15
The 2nd Annual GCCS Track Meet
is on Saturday, May 5, 2018 will be starting at 10am. 4th
graders are welcome to attend. Here is a link to the online registration: https://goo.gl/forms/iumsTjp04DkkqIE73
You can register now for Powers Catholic’s Camp of Champions
! Last year we hosted over 400+ students at our summer camps. Join the fun! Check it out!!
· Online Registration Form
· Printable Registration Form
Remember, you can always check the More
tab on the Powers Catholic athletics homepage (powerscatholicathletics.org
) for all athletic related forms and information.
For more information or if you have any questions, contact the Athletic Office.
Linda Warner, Principal
St. John Vianney Catholic School
2319 Bagley Street
Flint, MI 48504
The purpose of St. John Vianney Catholic School is to be a faith-filled community
that assists families in raising Christian students who, guided by the Holy Spirit,
make a difference in our world as caring and educated people
with the knowledge and strength to make responsible decisions.