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.
Congratulations to five students representing St. John Vianney School in the 2009 Math/Algebra Contest at Marquette University High School this past Sunday, October 11th. There were over three hundred students who attended the contest this year. The SJV team consisted of four 8th graders, Alyssa Frelka, Maddie Keyes, Mary Kim, and Danielle Kulpins and a 7th student, Daniel Siy. Each student did an excellent job and is commended for their effort and talent. Danielle Kulpins placed 3rd in the contest and received a medal for her outstanding academic accomplishment.
The MUHS Math Meet was fun, too. The day consisted of an individual contest and a team contest. After the competitions, there were cookies and drinks and a short presentation on fun probability problems. The event concluded with an awards ceremony. It was a great day and everyone had a lot of fun.
The Fine Arts program is one of the many reasons why we believe St. John Vianney School stands out among other schools. SJV school has been buzzing with activities these past several weeks.
Last week, the St. John Vianney and St. Dominic’s Advanced String Orchestra was invited to record a Christmas music track for the charity CD “Sing For Supper” benefiting the Agape Community program. Agape feeds the hungry and provides many great services to those less fortunate. The Advanced String Orchestra was the only elementary school group invited to the recording. Others performing for the CD were the Marquette University High School Choir, DSHA Choir and Milwaukee Police Band and Heritage Chorale.