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Daily Bulletin | Monday

May 2, 2022

White Day

 

All 9th grade Health classes should report to the South Church for class today.

 

Congratulations to the 2022 Senior Class Marshals — Nathan Lenzini and Rory Higgs!

 

Seniors — if you are interested in giving the Invocation or Benediction at graduation, please see Mrs. Legendre in the Headmaster’s Office. 

 

Seniors — are you the child or grandchild of a St. Johnsbury Weidmann employee or retiree? Do you plan on studying engineering, business, or a science related subject in college? If you answered yes to both questions, you are eligible to apply for the 2022 Founder’s Prize, which is a $1,000 prize awarded to a graduating senior. Please see Mrs. Cady in the Straszko Center or your Guidance Counselor for more information. The application deadline is Wednesday, May 11, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

 

Attention all artists, poets, filmmakers, and history buffs — don’t miss out on the Fireside Literary Series speaker event of the semester on Wednesday. Poet Shanta Lee Gander will be talking about the poetry of eighteenth-century black Vermont poet Lucy Terry Prince, and filmmaker Jay Craven will talk about his current project making a feature-length film about her eventful life. We’ll meet at 3:30 at the Library Fireside. All are welcome!

 

Calling all aspiring filmmakers — Catamount Arts & SOCAPA invite YOU to compete in this year’s 72 Hour Film Slam. Whether you are new or experienced, join us this Thursday, May 5 to write, film & edit a short film in just 72 hours for your chance to win CASH prizes! For more information & to register your team, visit Socapa.org/TapIntoFilm or see Mr. Shea in Morse 301.

 

Mental Health Month is May! Mental Health Awareness Month (or Mental Health Month) is recognized in the United States each May and has been observed every year since 1949. Most recently, the burden of isolation, fear and disconnection has increased many mental health stressors both in our community and throughout the world. The purposes of Mental Health Month is to help eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness by raising awareness, providing support, educating the public and advocating for policies that support people struggling with mental health. Mental health support is available here at STJ. The wellness office has school nurses and counselors on staff that are trained to provide support and advocacy for those who may be struggling. Self-referrals can be made along with referrals from teachers, advisors or family. You can contact the Wellness Office or stop-in. The Wellness Office will be hosting a gathering on Wednesday, May 4, afterschool to create posters and flyers recognizing mental health month, for those interested. In addition to individual supports, Ms. Weikel and Mr. Railla, both licensed professional counselors, facilitate a time to Relax Group on Mondays at 3:30pm in the Library 2nd floor Conference Room.

 

Happy Birthday today to Brittin Ward and Sophia Deschamps!

 

VARSITY/JV BOYS LACROSSE @ MILTON 4:30/6:00, please dismiss the team at 1:00

VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE vs. GMVS 4:30

VARSITY BOYS ULTIMATE @ COLCHESTER 4:00, please dismiss the team at 12:30

 

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