Daily Bulletin | Monday
A reminder that the exam schedule starts tomorrow. There will not be regular classes Tuesday-Friday this week or Tuesday, May 31 next week. Morning exams will begin at 9:00am and the afternoon exams will begin at 12:30pm. The last day of classes will be on Wednesday, June 1, followed by Last Chapel beginning at 1:00pm.
All 9th-grade health classes need to report to your regular classrooms, instead of the South Church, for class today.
A reminder that the paving on Brantview Drive will continue tomorrow. If you park in the Field House lot, please enter and exit using the South Main or Barker Ave gates.
Are you interested in earning $50 cash while networking with alumni? Stop by Ms. Lang’s office in Campus Life to sign-up to work the Alumni Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 4, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. It will be a fun evening and you can make a little money, too.
Taking AP World History next year? Stop by C205 to borrow a copy of A History of the World in 6 Glasses and get information on the summer assignment. If you’re interested in learning more about the class, see Mrs. Scavitto or Mr. Eckhardt.
Attention to all students who are enrolled in next year’s AP Literature and AP Research classes: please be sure that you read a book assigned for summer reading! You have four choices: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, and How Much of These Hills is Gold, by C. Pam Zhang. Please read your book before the first day of class in August. Check your local library for a copy. Please contact Mrs. Mackenzie or Ms. Hibbert with any questions. Thank you!
Attention all thespians and theater lovers: during B and C blocks today, the acting classes will be performing a selection of original one-act plays written by members of the creative writing classes. Don’t miss out on the entertainment! Performances will begin at 9:45 and 11:30 in the Black Box. Hope to see you there!
Library books: don’t forget about ’em! If you are not returning to SJA next year you must bring back all your library books before graduation or your last day! If you are returning you still need to bring your library books back before school ends, unless you have already spoken with a librarian and made arrangements. Want summer reading? Returning students can borrow books for the entire summer—yes, you can! The library is piled up with great reading—manga, thrillers, DC and Marvel, love stories, history, sci-fi, fantasy. Books on tractors, on animals, on health, on the environment and so much more. Come create your very own pile of summer reading adventure!
Anyone planning to participate in Brain Bee, Science Fair, or Science Olympiad next fall should visit for 10 minutes with Mr. Eckel in Streeter 241 today between 3:30-5:00. Topics: What are you thinking of doing, how can that doing be supported, and how do we stay in contact about it over the summer? If you cannot get to Streeter, get to email and let Mr. Eckel know about your interests and contact information. Remember its Streeter 241 after 3:30 today!
Thank you to all those who participated in the Senior Auction. It was very successful, and it couldn’t have been done without you. The class of ’22 appreciates your kindness and support. Thank you!
Did you hear that there are still a limited number of tickets to Six Flags? That’s right, and it is now open to everyone! You heard it right anyone at SJA May attended the trip of the year. Stop by Campus Life to sign up!
Congratulations to the Spring Day Scavenger Hunt Winners: Danielle Locklin, Sophia Deschamps, Addy Hetzel, and Julia Legendre.
Happy Birthday today to Kayden Rowell, Tiffanie Wright, and Calvin Lewis! Happy Birthday to all who will celebrate over the summer break!
Dress Code for exams will be school-appropriate Variety Day attire. That means, no rips, holes, leggings, or yoga pants. Dress code for Wednesday, June 1 will be normal dress code.
Congratulations to the following boarding students who were recognized at the Last Dorm Chapel last night:
Nakia Butterfield Community Spirit Award — Jonathan Kalach
Chris Acton Personal Growth Award — Ozzie Alsaid
SJA Boarding Program Leadership Awards: Lydia Wang and Riku Momozowa
Congratulations to the 2022-23 Student Government Representatives: For the Class of 2023: Nathan Lenzini, Theodora Montague, Eric Chen, Olivia Blanchard, Genevieve Hatch, Elmore Dickstein, Abigail Aiken, Alicia Li, Ruby Rolfe, Riad Hasanov, and Alternate: Margaret Fischer.
For the Class of 2024: Laura Ponoran, Dolma Sherpa, Maddie Blanchard, Siri Jolliffe, Peyton Qualter, Greer Kennedy, Georgia Stephenson, Konosuke Oi, Victoria Scherer, Selic Kilic, and Maggie Howell.
And for the Class of 2025: Andrew Thornton-Sherman, Ari Leven, Kaya Kendall, Kevin Zhang, Zoe Buhner, Rylee Strohm, Brennan O’Farrell, Meredith Rogers, Derek Stratton, Julia Legendre, and William Eaton.
Congratulations to the 2022-23 Student Government President — Rory Higgs!
Girls Tennis lost to Burlington, 6-1, but beat Hartford, 7-0.
JV Boys Ultimate lost to Burlington, 15-7.
Girls Ultimate beat Middlebury, 15-1.
Varsity Softball lost to South Burlington, 8-2, but the JV team won, 17-11.
Boys Varsity Tennis beat Hartford, 7-0.
Varsity Baseball lost to South Burlington, 2-0, but the JV team won, 4-3.
On Saturday at the BFA/ SB Relays: The boys won 7 relays and the girls captured 2 event wins. Patrick Keenan, Franny Cozzens, Brooke White and Jaden Thomson set a state record in the Coed 4×400 relay.
GIRLS TENNIS vs. COLCHESTER 3:30, please release the team at 2:10
VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE vs. MT. ANTHONY 4:30
VARSITY/JV BOYS ULTIMATE vs. MILTON 4:00, please dismiss the team at 2:40
BOYS TENNIS @ COLCHESTER 3:30, please dismiss the team at 12:00
VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE @ STOWE 4:30, please release the team at 1:15
GIRLS ULTIMATE vs. SOUTH BURILNGTON 6:00