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School Spotlight

Whether you're on your way to the library or stopping by City Hall, chances are you're driving by St. John Vianney School, located in the heart of Brookfield. This blog will provide insight into life and education at SJV, a 4K-8 educational anchor in Brookfield since 1957.

New Year's Resolution

The New Year brings changes and new resolutions for many.  If your resolution is to explore better educational opportunities for your child/children, take a look at St. John Vianney School .  St. John Vianney offers a great academic education in an environment which fosters responsibility, spirituality and respect.  For the 2010 - 2011 academic year, the school has the following openings:

 
Eighth Grade – 0

Seventh Grade – 5

Sixth Grade – 0

Fifth Grade – 1

Fourth Grade – 3

Third Grade – 2

Second Grade – 11

First Grade – 0

Kindergarten – 0

4K - registration begins soon, call today
 

Please call our Principal, Jayme Hartmann (262-796-3942) if you would like to schedule a school tour or if you have questions.

St. John Vianney School Celebrates Catholic School Week (January 31- February 6)


For the second year in a row the Quad parishes; SJV, St. Dominic, St.
Joseph and St. Mary Visitation, have coordinated a special event for all of
our students during Catholic Schools Week. On Monday, February 1, the
students will be gathering together for age appropriate activities and presentation
available to us by sharing resources. There is no cost to these
events, but please be sure you have signed and returned a permission
slip for each child in grades K5-8. Below are the details for each group:
Students in grades K5-2 will be going to St. Joseph’s in Wauwatosa to
participate in an assembly by Ms. Crazy Quilt. Ms. Crazy Quilt presents a
“patchwork of tales” while performing and transforming into various story
characters. By combining the live-theater experience with audience participation
she makes stories such as Amelia Bedelia and Chicka Chicka
Boom Boom come alive.

Students in grades 3-5 are going to St. Mary Visitation in Elm Grove to
see a magician. The magician delivers a message that is both religious
and faith-filled while entertaining the students with tricks and fun for all.
Middle School Students will be staying here at SJV. Father Philip and
Mrs. Fischer have prepared a Prayer Service and then small group activities
that will mix the students from the four schools in classrooms. The
small group activities will focus on the Beatitudes. After the small group
activities, the students will gather in the church for a final blessing.

We look forward to these experiences with our fellow Quad parishes. Being
able to celebrate our Catholic Identity as a large group enhances our
Catholic Schools Week pride.

Daily activities for SJV School Catholic School Week are:


Open House: Sunday, January 31 from 12:00-1:30
Students wear your uniform to Mass. Then stop by your classroom to show your parents around the school. Each classroom will be showcasing the smart boards. Stop by the cafeteria for light refreshments. The SJV band and strings students will be providing entertainment, student art work is on display, and Spirit Wear is for sale. Students will be reading Catholic Schools Week Essays at all the masses. Parishioners and guests are welcome too!
Each day SJV Students will be celebrating dividends; the things that make our school exceptional all week long.

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