Tigers Earn Their Paws
Since the beginning of the school year, Vis students have been earning Tiger Paws for acts of compassion. We are proud of the generous and kind spirits of our students and so proud that just before Thanksgiving break they earned their 150th Tiger Paw!
The final Paw was awarded to the 7th & 8th-grade class for s donation of 198 canned goods to the Student Leader canned food drive.
As a reward for their continued compassion, Da Pizza Dude paid it forward with is own Act of Compassion. As a reward for their hard work, two pizza trucks visited the school! Each student got their own personal pizza. What a great way to start Thanksgiving break!
Graduates of both Visitation Grade School and High School, the Lennon’s have been a part of the Visitation family from an early age. Pictured here are three of the ten Lennon siblings with Sr. Jean and Sr. Diane, back to visit the school and their old neighborhood.
Growing up in the St. Basil/Visitation Parish, the Lennon’s were heavily involved in the faith community; today they continue to contribute believing that our faith makes us stronger and together we can build a better world. Their continued dedication, compassion, and generosity create an environment where students are supported and empowered, growing in education and in faith.
Because of donors like the Lennon's, our students go on to excel in high school and college. Leaving our school with faith, family, and an education that provides a foundation for success.
To the Lennon Family: Thank you for all you do!