Daily Bulletin | Monday

October 4, 2021
White Day


Students — now that cold weather is upon us, your C-block classroom will be open as an indoor dining option. You will still need to go to the dining hall to get your food, but you are able to bring it back to the classroom to eat inside if you wish.


Jenks Studio has decided to return today and tomorrow, as there are several students who have not had their photo taken. If you are an underclassman, and have not had your photo taken, please stop by Fuller Hall during your study hall or free block today! As a reminder — even if you do not plan to place an order with Jenks, we still need your photo for the yearbook.


Are you taking English second semester? Would you still like help and support to participate in the Poetry Out Loud competition? All students are welcome to take part and have a chance of competing to take part in the annual Graham S. Newell Declamation. If you’d like help choosing a poem or practicing reciting, please come see Mrs. Mackenzie in Ranger 110 any day after school this week.


Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers! The following colleges have visits today: Brandeis University at 10 a.m. — Colby Conference Room; Tufts University at 10:30 a.m. via Zoom in Colby Conf. Room; University of Rhode Island at 11 a.m. via Zoom in R112; Babson College at 11:30 a.m. via Zoom in R112; University of California — Irvine at 2 p.m. via Zoom in Colby Conference Room. Be sure to sign up for their visits on Naviance and to view all details. If you are scheduled to be in class during the time of the visit, please check in with your teacher before coming to the college visit. You are also required to return to class after the completion of the visit, and attendance will be turned into the Main Office.


The following colleges will have visits tomorrow: Bates College, St. Lawrence University, Suffolk University, The Landing School, Washington and Lee University, and Emerson College. Be sure to visit Naviance to sign up for all college visits.


Today the Boro Bag display comes down!  Don’t forget to check out this unique project created by the Introduction to Fashion Design classes. Thank you for looking!


SCOPE will meet tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in Mrs. Morris’s room. We’ll be working on several projects, including Reading Buddies, where we will record books for elementary school children, organizing “Birthday Boxes” for local families in need, coordinating middle school mentoring, and pushing forward with some kindness campaigns on campus. Come see what SCOPE is all about. We meet in Ranger, Room 212 right after Conference Period at 3:30 p.m. Please see Mrs. Begin or Mrs. Morris with any questions. See you there!


Good morning, Math people! Math club meets Mondays, that is today, at 3:30 p.m. in Fuller Hall Basement. Please, bring your graphing calculator.


Are you looking for something to do on Tuesday afternoons? Why don’t you come to the pool at 3:30 p.m. and join our Pool Games club? Bring a bathing suit, a towel, and desire to play! Questions: see Ms. Meranze in Colby 206 or Mr. Mesics in Newell Hall.


Happy Birthday to Victoria Rodriguez Ortiz and a special Happy Birthday to Joe Robertson from his advisory!


Happy Belated Birthday to Emma Proia who celebrated her birthday on Friday.


Congratulations to Hannah Angell, Ashley Fox, Maddie Hurlbert, and Silas Pearson for their participation in the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference (RYLA) this past June, held virtually over 3 days. These four students were selected by St. Johnsbury Rotary for this honor based on their experiences with leadership and interest in the program. RYLA brought together youth from VT, NH, and Quebec to share, evolve, and learn to be more effective and self-confident leaders in their schools, teams, communities, and everyday life. Congratulations to Hannah, Ashley, Maddie, and Silas. You may pick up your certificates from RYLA at the Headmaster’s Office.


Varsity Volleyball beat Colchester, 3-0.  The Hilltoppers won the match in 3 sets out of 5.  The JV Volleyball team also beat Colchester, 2-0. 


Varsity Boys soccer lost to BFA-St. Albans, 1-0 on Friday, and the JV-A boys tied BFA-St. Albans, 2-2.


Varsity Football beat Essex, 35-28 on Friday night.


On Saturday at the Woods Trail Run hosted by Thetford Academy, Evan Thornton-Sherman captured the individual victory in one of the fastest times ever run on the course. Despite the wet and greasy conditions, Andrew Thornton-Sherman and Carson Eames stepped up to help the team place 10th out of 55 teams from across New England. The Girls Cross Country came in 28th out of 53 teams and 599 runners. Congratulations to both teams!


JV FOOTBALL vs. CVU 4:00 p.m., please release the team at 2:30 p.m.

VARSITY/JV-A BOYS SOCCER vs. COLCHESTER 4:00 p.m., please release the teams at 2:30 p.m.

JV/VARSITY VOLLEYBALL @ LYNDON 4:30 p.m., please release the teams at 2:45 p.m.


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