St. John Vianney’s

Kainoa, Saint John Vianney Kindergartener, Talks Taekwondo and Family

Kainoa is the youngest of six children and lives with his mom and dad, four sisters and brother. He is a very kind and respectful young boy. He loves to spend time with his family, especially Grandma Gloria and Grandpa Sammy! Kainoa loves sports- his favorite football team is the SJV Eagles, and can’t wait to play for them in …

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Seventh grader represents AZ at National Volleyball Tournament

Joanna is an honor roll student, and always tries her best to succeed in school. She is very polite and is always willing to help her fellow classmates. She loves helping her younger brother, Adrian, with homework. She enjoys bike rides and baking desserts. Joanna started playing volleyball when she was eight years old. This spring she was invited by …

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New To Arizona, Alex, Talks About His New Home Here

  Alex is an outgoing, ambitious 9-year-old at St. John Vianney. He loves to help others and is close to his faith. A hardworking, high- achieving student, Alex has managed to adapt well since his move from Iowa three years ago. He is close with his cousins, brothers and his dog, Mickey. He likes turtles, dogs, and playing his Nintendo …

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Joanna Talks Girl Scouts and How SJV Helps her Succeed

Joanna is an honor roll student and an active student on campus at St. John Vianney. From a young age, both volleyball and Girl Scouts have taken center stage in her life. Joanna also enjoys bike rides, watching movies and baking. She is very polite and is always willing to help her fellow classmates and her younger brother. Q. Can you tell us …

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SJV Seventh Grader Talks About His Service to his Church

Aaron has shown his interest of life through school, athletics and spirituality by applying himself as an Altar Server, Catechist Assistance and Sacristan. He loves football, basketball, and track and field. Aaron shows hard work in all that he does, as well as constantly looking to enhance his spiritual growth. He consistently thinks of others’ needs, is always thankful and …

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Carlos is part of NJHS, Plays Flag Football and Basketball, and Maintains a 3.8 GPA

  Carlos Ramirez attends St. John Vianney. He is part of NJHS, plays flag football and basketball, and maintains a 3.8 GPA. He is a frequent recipient of student of the month, honor roll and principal list. He loves to read, help other students and be involved in all school activities. He is an Altar server and is involved in …

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Third Grader, Rianna, Talks About Receiving Eagle of The Month

Rianna is a great kid all of her teachers have said she’s a joy to have in their classes. At one point Rianna was known as the “momma bear” of the classroom in Pre K. She cares for everyone unconditionally and wears her heart on her sleeve.  Q. You are often picked as Saint John’s “Eagle of the Month” how do you get …

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Jazlynn Talks Soccer, Eagle of The Month and Honor Roll

Jazlynn has been attending Saint John Vianney since she started kindergarten. She is a very loving and caring young girl and she knows how to bring a smile to everyone’s face. Q. You play soccer, what position do you play?  A. The team that I play for, our coach would put us in different positions, so that we could learn …

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Sixth Grader Sophia is Eagle of the Month and Makes Principals List

Q. You have been eagle of the month several times and on principal list tell us more about that? A. Being eagle of the month is probably one of the best events that I like. The key in being on the principal’s list is just to pay attention in class because it does affect your grade as well as homework …

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Cristina Talks Student Council and National Junior Honor Society

Cristina excels academically she has received Eagle of the Month and Principal’s List. She has been a part of the student council since fourth grade and all around awesome student! Q. You are apart of student council and National Junior Honor Society what does this entail? A. Being part of student council and National Junior Honor Society I feel that …

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