Daily Bulletin | Monday

October 31, 2022

White Day


Students — please be sure to have your ID cards every single day. The number of students not carrying their cards has increased substantially and is not only holding up the lunch line but is pulling faculty and staff away from their positions to let you into buildings. If you are in need of a new card or your card is not working, please see Ms. Lang in the Student Life Office today. 


Seniors — please be sure to vote on your choice for the DAR nominee. Voting closes today at 3pm.


The following colleges have a visit today Salem State University and Ithaca College. The following college has a visit tomorrow, Merrimack College. Please see Naviance for all details.


The Intro to Baking classes will have a bake sale Tuesday after school in front of the Library. Maple Glazed Donuts will be one of the items for sale.


Attention all new, returning, or curious Nordic Racers: there will be an information meeting today in Ranger 117 to discuss equipment needs, practice schedules, and plans for the 2022-23 Nordic season. If you cannot attend, please reach out to Coach Jolliffe via email or stop by Ranger 117. Think Snow!


All 2023 India trip participants — there will be a meeting on Wednesday at 3:30pm in the Tinker House. If you are unable to attend, please see Ms. Garey in the Nurses’ Office.


Attention SJA students — The dean team has hidden many Halloween trinkets in the hallways of Severance, Colby, Ranger, Newell, and Streeter. As you walk to class, keep your eyes peeled for Halloween pencils, eyeballs, bats, and other spooky trinkets. When you find one, collect it, and then visit your nearest dean’s office to trade your trinket for a treat! Happy hunting! 


On Saturday at the Vermont State Cross Country Championship in Thetford, the girls cross country team accomplished their season goal and earned a coveted spot to represent Vermont in New Englands. All seven members of the team ran their fastest time on Thetford’s challenging course and each was instrumental in securing a spot at New Englands. The girls were lead by Bennett Crance, Siri Jolliffe, Ava Purdy, Peyton Qualter, and Jasmine Engle. Macy Moore and Lily Laskowski were also instrumental in the team’s performance. Rhode Island here we come.


Congratulations to the Boys Cross Country Team for bringing home the Vermont State Championship on Saturday! 


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