Daily Bulletin | Monday

May 10, 2021

Green Cohort Day


Mr. Eckhardt’s A and E block classes—you will be meeting in Ranger 117 on Monday and Tuesday. Please do not go to the South Church—go directly to R117.


A reminder to Mr. Despins’ Sports Medicine II classes that you are to report to Streeter 225 for CPR/AED certification with Ms. McGarvin today and tomorrow!


Attention AP students who have an exam tomorrow: Please check your stjlabs email today for important exam day instructions.


Seniors—a reminder that applications for the Founder’s Prize are due to the Alumni Office today! This is a great opportunity for a child or grandchild of a St. Johnsbury Weidmann employee or retiree. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Cady in the Alumni Office.


Happy Monday Senior Auction Participants! Check out the Senior Auction webpage for some new offerings from Headmaster Howell and Mrs. Priest. Each has cooked up something special for the auction. But don’t stop there! There are still deals to be found, especially on bike or ski tune ups. Also check out the bidding war on the Academy toaster; it’s getting heated!


Happy Birthday today to Ellis Heaton, Kyle Jones, Lyn Kawano, and a special Happy Birthday to Mr. Callanan!


Sports Announcements:


JV Baseball lost to Rice, 16-2, and lost to Brattleboro, 10-3.


Varsity Baseball lost to Brattleboro, 8-2, but beat Rice, 3-1.


Varsity Softball beat MVU, 6-5.


Boys Varsity Tennis lost to CVU, 6-1, but beat Brattleboro, 6-1.


Girls Varsity Tennis lost to CVU, 6-1, but beat Brattleboro, 7-0.


Boys Varsity Ultimate lost to South Burlington, 15-4.


Varsity Girls Ultimate lost to Montpelier, 15-8, but beat Middlebury, 10-4.


Boys Varsity Lacrosse lost to Stowe, 14-8.


Varsity Girls Lacrosse lost to St. Albans, 14-7, but the JV team beat BFA, 9-2.


On Saturday at the Burlington Invitational, the girls track and field team placed 2nd to MMU at the 22-school meet. Hannah Angell won the shot put and discus, and Lizzy Jones won the triple jump and pole vault to lead the girls. The boys nearly doubled second place CVU to win the meet. Carson Smires won both hurdles and ran on the winning 4×400 relay. Braden Anthes, T’syi Showers, Patrick Keenan, and Gabe Hatch won the 4×800 relay to start the meet. Evan Thornton-Sherman won the 1500m in a new school record and then completed the distance double, winning the 3000m in a new Division 1 state record time.


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