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Daily Bulletin | Friday

November 5, 2021

Students who drive to school – a reminder that you should be parking in only the student assigned parking spaces.  Please do not park in those assigned to faculty and staff.

 

Student Government will meet today at 1pm in Fuller Basement. All members should plan on attending.

 

Attention all students taking this Saturday’s SAT exam. There are certain items you must have with you in order to be admitted. You must have a valid photo ID issued either by the school or your home state. You may also use your passport. You must have a printed version of the official College Board admission ticket (It may not simply be saved on a smartphone or an iPad — it must be a hard copy). That ticket must also have your photo on it. In addition to bringing those essential items, you will want to bring the following: a scientific calculator with extra batteries, number two pencils (mechanical pencils are not allowed), and some snacks to eat during your breaks. Cell phones will be collected in all testing rooms. If you can do without your phone, it might be better not to bring it. Please dress comfortably. If it’s raining in the morning or if it’s especially cold, be sure to dress accordingly for the wait outdoors. The doors to Colby Hall will open at 7:45. The doors will lock at 8:00. We look forward to greeting you there. 

 

Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers! The following colleges have virtual visits today: Hofstra University at 1pm via Zoom; St. Francis Xavier University at 1:30pm via Zoom; University of Colorado – Boulder at 2pm via Zoom; Rivier University at 2:30pm via Zoom. 

 

There’s still time to sign-up for the 3v3 basketball tournament today to benefit the local food shelf! Come to Campus Life to sign up!

 

Friday, 11/12, there will be an indoor soccer tournament to benefit the local food shelf! Sign up your team of 5 players in Campus Life today!

 

Hey, Hilltoppers! Don’t forget to drop off birthday party donations in either of the two “Birthday Bash” boxes — located in front of Mrs. Angell’s classroom, Streeter 240, and outside of Campus Life in Colby Hall. All donations — big and small — are welcome! Together, we can make every child’s birthday special!

 

Next week on Monday, November 8th, the Math Club will host contest 2 of the New England Math League in Fuller Basement at 3:30. See you there for round 2! Also, on Wednesday next week, November 10th we will host the American Math Competition in Fuller Basement at 3:45. 

 

Hi, Hilltoppers! Do you like to read? Do you have a burning desire to act out your favorite children’s books? Are you looking for some volunteer opportunities? Well, we have just the thing for you. Little kids love to have books read to them, and SCOPE is now partnering with the St J School to create audio and video recordings of children’s books that teachers can use in their classrooms. If you’d like to join us, all you need is a desire to read a short children’s book with “sass and panache!” Please email Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Begin for more details, or stop into Ranger 212 for a book and more information. Thanks, St J – we know it takes a village, and you play an important role in making our community better and stronger! 

 

Happy Birthday today to Justin Rosbash, Helin Wang, Adrian Owens, and a special Happy Birthday today to Maren MacQueen from the Shea advisory! Happy Birthday tomorrow to Madilyn Downer, Brandon Liddick, and Zoe Leach, and on Sunday to Ari Leven!

 

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