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April 11, 2022

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Attention International Students — Any student wanting to take the May 14 TOEFL must register by this Thursday, April 14th. See Mrs. McCaffrey in the Guidance Office to register. Space is limited. Priority will be given to juniors. 


Today the Math Club will meet in Fuller basement at 3:30 for the final round of the ASMA competition. Please remember to bring your graphing calculator. All are welcome to join the Math Club today for this competition.


Don’t forget — the Cafe will be serving ultimate sundaes from 10-4pm today! Toppings galore for only $4.00. Cash or money on cards will be accepted. 


Thinking about doing a science, math, or engineering question? Thinking about a new way of doing something, an invention even? Considering doing some independent research or experiments to try out your ideas? The Science Fair is a great way to find support for research and support for getting your research into the view of experts who can help you. Come to an information session for science fair planning and research today at 3:30 in Streeter 241. Summer is the perfect time to do your research! Contact Mr. Eckel with questions and to ask about other times if you are busy today. 


Want to see examples of independent science research done by a classmate? Come to the Science Research Showcase on Thursday at 3:30 in Colby Conference Room.


Are you interested in taking a deep dive into how your brain works and interacts with the world you experience? Want to win prizes and recognition for your independent learning about neuroanatomy and physiology of the brain? Brain Bee might be the opportunity you are looking for. This is a chance to stand out in applications to your next school for anyone interested in the fields of nursing, medicine, sports injury rehabilitation, psychology, counseling, medical research, science illustration, and science journalism. Come to the Brain Bee information session in Streeter 241 Tuesday at 3:30. Contact Mr. Eckel if you are interested but cannot be at this session.    


Science Olympiad will not meet this week. 


The Bowling Club will meet on Tuesday. We hope to see you there. The bus will leave Brantview Drive at 3:45 pm.


Joke of the Week: My wife gave me an ultimatum: Her or my addiction to sweets. The decision was a piece of cake. Have yourselves a sweet day and a great Spring Break next week!


Happy Birthday today to Lola Hajek Linares, Caleb Barrett, and Noah Woodward!


BOYS TENNIS vs. MMU 3:30, please dismiss the team at 2:10


Girls Lacrosse lost to CVU, 17-4.


Girls Ultimate beat CVU, 14-3.


Congratulations to Evan Thornton-Sherman on being named the Caledonian Record Indoor Track Athlete of the Year.


Congratulations to Ozzy Alsaid Ahmed who was named the Caledonian Record Wrestler of the Year.


At Saturday’s home Track and Field meet, Jaden Thomson won the 100 and 200m, Connor Collins the 110 Hurdles and Pole Vault, Jaden Beardsley the Shot Put, Andrew Thornton-Sherman the 800 and Andrew Bugbee the long jump to lead the Hilltoppers to a 105 to 39 win over BFA-St Albans. The Girls were led by Wisteria Franklin’s wins in the 800 and 1500, Hannah Angell’s wins in the Shot Put and Discus, Desiree Mendez in the 100 and 300 hurdles, Brooke White in the 200 and 400 as well as Alexandra Mosher in the 100 and Long Jump to a 121 to 27 victory over the Comets.


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