3rd Girls — beat Evergreen, 5-0
4th Boys — beat St Matthew, 1-0
5th Girls — beat Holy Family-Kirkland, 4-1
5th Boys — tied Assumption-St Bridget, 2-2
6th Girls — beat Lakeside, 3-0
7th Girls — beat St Matthew, 1-0
7th Boys — beat Sacred Heart, 6-1
8th Boys — lost to St Anne, 3-1
6th grade Girls defeated Sacred Heart at Miller Playfield, 3-0
7th grade Girls defeated St Joseph-Seattle(W), 1-1 (3-2 on penalty kicks)
7th/6th grade Boys defeated St Catherine, 1-1 (3-0 on penalty kicks)
A SUPER weekend for Villa Academy soccer, onto the next round of the playoffs!
Congratulations to all the Villa soccer teams on a fine, productive season!
Soccer season officially ends for all Villa teams on November 5. Soccer jerseys should be returned to the bin provided in the foyer of the gymnasium by Wednesday November 30 to avoid the non-return of jersey fee of $30 that will be charged to your account. Please remember to bag and label your jersey to be properly credited for the
John Widzgowski, Villa A.D.
At the CYO cross country championships held on Sunday Oct 16th Smith H. finished in 1st place in the 4th grade girls championship!
Cooper C. finished 14th in the 6th grade boys championship.
Good job, Vikings!!!
Soccer scores reported for Oct 22nd:
3rd Boys – lost to St Joseph-Seattle, 6-4
4th Girls – beat Our Lady of Fatima, 6-4
4th Boys – lost to Christ the King/St Benedict, 6-1
5th Girls – beat St Brendan, 5-1
5th Boys – beat Evergreen, 5-0
6th Girls – beat St Alphonsus-St John, 1-0
7th Boys – beat St Bernadette, 3-1
8th Girls – lost to Christ the King/St Benedict, 3-2
The Villa community is invited to visit the Fall Book Fair, in the Rainbow Theatre between October 31st and November 4th. The purpose of this event is to provide an opportunity for students to be exposed to some new literature, generate excitement for reading, as well as generate funds for the Villa Library.
In addition to Conference Days, students will visit the Book Fair with their class on Thursday or Friday. Please see the class schedule.
We have been working with the University Bookstore to offer books that will appeal to all Villa students. We will feature new releases, classics, and student favorites.
This is a fundraiser for our library so please take advantage of this great opportunity to purchase wonderful books, encourage reading, and support the Villa Library.
We hope to see you at the fair!
October 31st through November 4th
Monday – Thursday: 8:20 – 3:30
Friday: 8:30 – 1:15
Checks Preferred: Make payable to “University Bookstore.” You may wish to specify a “not to exceed” amount on your check. Allow for 9.8% sales tax.
Class Visits to Book Fair
Thursday, Nov. 3rd
8:20 – 8:30 Open before school
8:45 – 9:05 – KB Rutledge / 8A
10:20 – 10:50 – Advisory 6
10:50 – 11:20 – 2A Purn
11:20 – 11:50 – 1A Fisher
12:50 – 1:10 – 5B Kessler
1:20 – 1:40 – KC Simons + KA Raymaker/ 8B
1:45 – 2:15 – 4A Southern
2:20 – 2:40 – 3A Furman
3:00 – 3:40 Open after school
Friday, Nov. 4th
8:20 – 8:30 Open before school
8:45 – 9:05 – 2B Downey
9:10 – 9:30 – 4B Cassarino
10:05 – 10:20 – Recess
10:20 – 10:50 – Advisory 7
10:50 – 11:20 – 3B Nichols
11:20 – 11:50 – 1B McFarland
12:50 – 1:10 – 5A Jones
1:15 Book Fair Closes
Resisting Raising Children Who Feel Entitled
Monday, October 24,
7pm – 9pm
In affluent communities, it is easy for children to acquire an attitude of entitlement. How do parents teach responsibility and accountability instead? Itʼs tough but worthwhile because the children will learn to delay gratification and have better long-term outcomes. Jan Faull, the well-known educator, author and Seattle Times columnist, will help us avoid the pitfalls of entitlement. This event is free, open to the public and for parents with children of all ages. Childcare will not be provided.