In the classroom, on the playground, at the park, in the grocery store, at Mass, or anywhere, St. John Vianney School students work to make known the Gospel with their lives through prayers, study, and service. Community service is helping others as Jesus did. Providing community service is a way of life. St. John Vianney School students strive to live out the Student Learning Expectations in everything they do. Community service is one way to preach the Gospel.
St. John Vianney School students will complete community service hours each trimester. Homeroom teachers will help students brainstorm ways to make a difference in their communities. Students will complete a community service proposal that needs to be signed off on by the student, their parent, and their teacher prior to beginning their project. Students will complete a community service reflection assignment near the end of each trimester to assist them in measuring progress toward the Student Learning Expectations of: Pray. Study. Love. Serve. Community service proposals and reflections will count toward students’ trimester religion grades.