Daily Bulletin | Monday

May 6, 2024

Green Day


All 9th grade health classes this semester will meet in South Church for Health Class today and tomorrow. 


All Scholastic Art medalists need to meet Mr. Legge on the front steps of Fuller immediately after Chapel for a photo!


Seniors — graduation tickets are in! If you have paid your $50.00 graduation fee, please stop by the Headmaster’s office to grab your tickets. For those who haven’t yet paid — no worries! You have until May 24th to get that in, but tickets cannot be picked up until you have paid. Any questions — see Mrs. Legendre in the Headmaster’s Office. Prom tickets will be available to be picked up in the Student Life office starting May 13th in the Student Life Office.


Student Government elections will take place on Friday, May 17th. Mr. Ryan has petitions available for current representatives who want to run again. Tomorrow, anybody who is not currently in Student Government can pick up a petition from their Class Dean. Please see Mr. Ryan with any questions.


Capstone Day has come to a close and it was remarkable! But the seniors are not done offering up greatness yet. Starting today in the dining hall during C block you will find the highly acclaimed Senior Auction. We have a huge variety of items to offer you, from wonderful works of artistry and skill by our Seniors, to Chef B’s famous donuts, parking spots, gift cards, an Airbnb stay in Maine, and more! We’re ready for you to begin the battle of the highest bidder taking home the prize. All proceeds will benefit the senior class fund, so stop by and check out the Senior Auction starting today in the dining hall. We will take bids up until Thursday afternoon, so make sure you keep your eye on your prize until then!


This is a reminder that Trivia Night will return to SJA from 6 to 8 PM in the Library next Thursday. Teams and individuals can sign up using the QR code on the posters around campus or by stopping by Mr. O’Brien’s office in Streeter 266. Snacks and drinks will be available for sale. Come have fun and flex those trivia muscles! 


On Wednesday May 1st, members of Math Club and other students took part in the annual TrigStar competition. Coming out in 1st place was Dillon Chen. Dillon will move on to represent Vermont for the National competition this month, with a chance to win up to $2000 for 1st place. Nice Job Dillon!


Ultimate Frisbee lost to Mt. Mansfield, 15-3 on Friday. Charlie Vaal, AJ Deem, and Linden Van der Linde scored for the team. The JV team was also defeated by a tough Mt. Mansfield team, 15-2.


Varsity Girls Lacrosse lost to Spaulding, 11-9, despite dominating draws, handling the ball nicely on offense and playing strong defense. Amelia Clark had 18 saves in goal during the game. The JV team beat Spaulding, 11-4, which means they remain undefeated. 


Boys Varsity Tennis secured a comprehensive 7-0 victory, winning all matches in straight sets. Standout performances included Andres Barrios Sobrino’s commanding win at #1 singles, Raphael Link’s thrilling tiebreaker victory at #2 singles, and strong victories from Pablo Gutierrez Gonzalez, Nicholas Wright, and Jose Levy in their respective singles matches.


Girls Tennis was defeated by Mt. Mansfield, 6-1. Sofia Limoges won her matches 6-3, and 6-3, and has jumped four positions since the start of the season.


Varsity Softball beat Spaulding, 13-8, on Saturday. Kyra Nelson had a homerun and scored 3 runs for the team, Emerson Mitchell and Hayden Wilkins both hit doubles, and Emily Clark hit a triple for the team.


The Varsity Baseball team beat Spaulding, 11-0. Carson Finn hit a homerun for the team, and Will Eaton, Rex Hauser, Cam Dwyer, and Jason Mitchell, Jr. all hit doubles. Nate Cushing had 2 hits and one run. The JV team also beat Spaulding, 12-3. The team had a total of 14 stolen bases, with 4 of those stealing home for a run.




BOYS TENNIS @ BURLINGTON 3:30, please release the team at 12:15

ULTIMATE FRISBEE @ COLCHESTER 4:00, please release the team at 12:15


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