SJA students display their virtue
Published 12:04 am Saturday, April 14, 2018
St. Joan of Arc Catholic School students receive “Viking Virtue” cards for showing Christian virtue and for acts worthy of recognition.
They place their cards in one of three boxes on campus. Each week Principal Jeffrey Montz pulls three cards out of a box.
Those students’ names are placed on the “Viking Virtue Wall” in the school’s cafeteria, and the students’ parents are contacted to make them aware of their children’s achievements.
Each receives special privileges, like dressing in jeans one day during the week, going to the front of the lunch line with a friend for three days and receiving a treat at recess.