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Friday, December 21, 2012
RBR and SJV school officials attempt to quell rumors that some SJV students allegedly chanted "Where's Albert?" in the stands at Wednesday night's basketball game.
Saint John Vianney Principal Steven C. DiMezza said today that the school is investigating an incident that occurred Wednesday during a boy’s basketball game vs. Red Bank Regional High School in Holmdel. "Inappropriate comments were made with regards to the loss of RBR student, Albert Martin," DiMezza said in a statement posted to the school website. "False rumors about chanting began circulating on social media sites. "Matters such as this one are taken very seriously at Saint John Vianney High School," siad DiMezza. "We are in cooperation with the Holmdel Township Police Department and Red Bank Regional High School. Please be assured we will continue to work toward a resolution of this incident. DiMezza continued, "Saint John Vianney …
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Lancers return triumphant from Saturday's Shore Conference football game.
A look at Saturday’s Shore Conference football games, compiled from reports at app.com, nj.com and allshoremedia.net: St. John Vianney 27, Monmouth Regional 9: Steve Callari returned a kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown and caught a pass from Billy DeMato for a 37-yard score as the visiting Lancers (3-3) beat the Falcons (1-5). Callari’s second TD gave St. John Vianney, which initially trailed 9-0, the lead for good. Chris Colapinto ran in for a 1-yard touchdown and Ishmael Hyman ran for an 18-yard score for Vianney. Monmouth recorded a safety when Rydell Wilson and Dylan Brown sacked DeMato in the end zone. The Falcons then too the ensuing free kick and drove for a touchdown, capped by a 47-yard pass from Jeff Farrah Kenny Barrow for the …
Monday, August 1, 2011
St. John Vianney School in Holmdel offered kids ages 11-14 hands-on instruction into criminal investigation.
Ah, the idylls of summer camp: bullet casings, DNA swabs, and blood splatters. Welcome to CSI Lab & Investigation camp at St. John Vianney Institute of Learning, at St. John's High School in Holmdel, where teacher Kathleen Donohue spent a week teaching 14 campers the science and not-for-the-squeamish details of criminal detective work. Students got a good overview of the myriad disciplines that encompass criminal investigation, like human biology and the function of DNA in determining suspects, and the chemistry behind testing unknown substances. You need solid communication and meticulous observation skills to conduct proper crime scene protocol, she told them -- contaminated evidence or a shoddy police report will get your case thrown …