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Daily Bulletin | Monday

October 18, 2021

Hey, seniors! There is a float planning meeting today in Streeter 225 @ 3:30 pm. Come help brainstorm ideas for the best Spirit Week float of 2021. 

 

Class of 2023 Float Planning meeting tomorrow (Monday) will be in Morse 202 from 3:30-5:00.

 

Heads up Sophomores it’s time to get freaky with our Friday night Fright theme! Come to Ranger 212 for a final planning meeting for the Class of 2024 Float. See you at 3:30 today in Ranger 212.

 

Hear ye! Hear ye! 9th Graders: The Freshman Class’s Regal Float planning meeting will take place today in Streeter 255 at 3:30. We need tor imperial ideas and illustrious insights for our most magnificent mobile float. Again, please deliver your sovereign selves to Streeter 255 at 3:30 today to make plan the float.

 

Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers! The following colleges have visits today: Sacred Heart University at 10:30am via Zoom; Husson University at 11:00 am in R112; University of New England at 11:30pm in R112; Franklin Pierce University at 1pm in Colby Conf. Room; Ithaca College at 1:30pm in Colby Conf. Room; Goucher College at 2pm via Zoom. 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, attendance is turned into the main office.

 

The following colleges will have visits tomorrow: Manhattanville College, Western New England University, and Case Western Reserve University. Be sure to visit Naviance to sign up for all college visits.

 

Attention International Students – Any student wanting to take the November 13th TOEFL – the registration deadline is October 28. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at mmccaffrey@stjlabs.com to register and with any questions. Thank you.

 

Attention Academy Community: Get your tickets in advance of the 116th playing of “The Game.” The SJA-LI football game is a ticketed event for all in attendance, $5 for adults, $3 for students. While you can pay for entry at the gate on Saturday, buying your ticket in advance will save you from standing in line. Tickets go on sale this afternoon in the Field House. 

 

Are you looking for something to do on Tuesday afternoons? Why don’t you come to the pool at 3:30 pm 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 Monday. Math club meets today, at 3:30 in Fuller Hall Basement. We will be competing in the first Math League Competition today at 3:30. Bring your graphing calculator. That is today at 3:30 in Fuller Basement, Math League Competition Round 1!

 

Happy National Nutrition Awareness Week! Did you know that 20 bowls of Lucky Charms a day will help you reach the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin B, Vitamin D, magnesium, and calcium, which are all vital in promoting our daily health? Did you know that eating just one cardboard box a day will achieve those standards, yet be sugar and sodium free? If you do not care to eat cardboard, then a) You be you b) consider trying it with a little hot sauce or c) burn cardboard instead. If you chose C, keep gathering cardboard for Friday Night’s bonfire! We will have drop-off locations starting on Wednesday.

 

Happy Birthday today to Nathan Martin, Jack Coady, and Rex Hauser!

Varsity Football lost to Burlington/South Burlington, 35-14.

 

Varsity Field Hockey beat North Country, 4-0. 

 

Varsity Volleyball beat Montpelier, 3-1, and the JV team won, 2-0.

 

Boys’ Varsity soccer tied #1 Essex under the lights on Friday 1-1. Tucker Chapman scored and Murphy Young had the assist. Liam Laidlaw played a solid game in goal for the Hilltoppers. The team appreciated all the fan support.

 

The girls ran at Craftsbury on Saturday for the league championship and came in 3rd for the team. Adele Bernier placed 12th, Peyton Qualter 15th, McKenna Crance 17th, Hazel Fay 18th, and Bennett Crance 20th for the top 5 scorers.

 

On Saturday at Craftsbury, the boys XC team defended their NVAC Mountain Division team title. Evan Thornton-Sherman won his record breaking 3 consecutive individual league titles. Hale Boyden placed 4th in his return, Andrew Thornton-Sherman took 6th, and the trio of Carson Eames, Ryan Callaghan and Nathaniel Bernier placed in the top 20 to nail down the team victory.

 

JV FOOTBALL @ BFA-ST. ALBANS 6:00, please release the team at 2:30

 

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