We are looking for current families to mentor the new families we will soon welcome into our Class of 2024! Our Mentor Program pairs you with these incoming families to provide a friendly face and answer common questions. If you are interested in being a mentor or learning more about this program, please contact Jessie Hebrank at email@example.com by January 27.
Griffin Theatre presents "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" January 30-February 1 at 7:30 pm and February 2 at 2 pm. Charles Schulz’s beloved comic strip comes to life in this classic musical.Tickets are $4 for senior citizens and students and $5 for all others. Call 314-965-4853 ext. 763 for tickets or order them online.
Join us Friday, February 7, when our basketball team hosts its 11th Annual Paint it Pink Night with a triple header against SLUH. The event supports Hope Lodge, a "home away from home" for cancer patients undergoing treatment. Each and every one of us knows someone affected by this disease; so, let's come together to paint it pink.
The auction is our largest fundraising event and benefits ALL of our students. Please consider volunteering on Saturday, February 15. Contact Kelly Mueller at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Meet Hazel! This chocolate Labrador/mix born on October 27 is already housebroken and loves to cuddle on the couch.
The students enjoyed Hazel being at school today, she is a popular visitor! She can be part of YOUR family - be sure to attend the auction for the chance to bring her home!
Missed our donation drop off at Back to School Night? Don't worry! You can still bring your auction donations before or after school on Thursday, January 23, and be entered to win a $25 lunch credit for your student.
Seniors | College Scholarships
Seniors and their families can visit Scholarship Central to review more than 125 local and regional college scholarships. Applications are generally due January through April.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving or MADD will present to Juniors tomorrow, January 17, during Encore.
Juniors | ACT Resources
All Juniors take the ACT on campus Tuesday, February 25, with early dismissal after testing. Vianney submits the registration and payment with no action required by families. Juniors are encouraged to review the free test resources provided in preparation for the ACT.
Students are invited on Wednesdays to volunteer for Team Activities for Special Kids or TASK and provide kids with special needs athletic and social opportunities. Vianney offers volunteers transportation after school to/from TASK and up to five service hours per evening.
Our Moms Club created My Brother's Closet to provide school clothing for our students without the financial means. If you would like to make a donation of clothing or textbooks, please visit our webpage.
Please contact Janet Cochran at email@example.com if you want to schedule a private visit to the closet.
Lacrosse players and their parents have a mandatory meeting in Griffins' Cafe on Wednesday, January 22, at 7 pm. Please contact Coach Nate Stein at firstname.lastname@example.org or John Celeslie at Jpceleslie@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Always visit our Athletics Calendar for the latest information as dates and times are subject to change.
DID YOU KNOW?
We recently invested in additional seating in the Marianist Lobby for students to better connect and collaborate on campus.
“No doubt, faith must be animated by charity. Faith should not only be a light in the mind, but it should be in the heart as well. There must be in faith a disposition of the heart; love of truth. This is why you must savor what you believe.” ~ Blessed William Joseph Chaminade