Community Service

“Since the Gospel message is one of peace, love, patience and respect for others…Today’s Catholic schools must respond to these challenges by developing in its students a commitment to community and to the social skills and virtues needed to achieve it.” (To Teach As Jesus Did, A Pastoral message on Catholic Education)

St. John Vianney School instills a commitment to community in its students, beginning in Transitional Kindergarten. Throughout the lower grades, students participate in community service through class and school-wide projects.

Community service projects include:

  • Eskaton Senior Center
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Casa Coloma
  • Loaves and Fishes
  • Coats for Jesuit, Linus Blanket Donations for American Cancer Society
  • WIND
  • Childhood Cancer
  • National Lee Denim Day (Breast Cancer)
  • World Food Day
  • Canned Food Drive Kids Can
  • Parish Toy Drive
  • Prisoner Outreach
  • Gabriel Project
  • Jump Rope for Heart