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December 12, 2022

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Tomorrow will be Ugly Holiday Sweater Day! Wear your ugliest holiday sweater and get in the spirit of the holidays!


A reminder that exams begin on Wednesday with the Humanities/History exams starting at 9:00am and the English/ESL exams starting at 1:00pm. The CTE Department will also be holding their showcase throughout the day on Wednesday.


You are cordially invited to visit Morse today to see the end-of-the-semester exhibit. Don’t miss this opportunity to support your friends in Art classes!


Attention International Students — The first TOEFL of second semester will be January 21. The registration deadline for the January TOEFL is this Friday, December 16th. A link to register for the test has been sent to your stjlabs email. See Mrs. McCaffrey with any questions.


Attention writers and artists: please submit your work to The Clear River Review, the Academy journal for the arts and literature! We are accepting poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, photographs, prints, drawings, and digital photographs of paintings. All submissions are due no later than January 30. Check out the submission guidelines and the submission link by clicking on “Quicklinks” on the Academy homepage or by finding it on the English department tab on the website. Please see Mrs. Mackenzie or Ms. Drew if you have any further questions!


Theatre I and Theatre II classes will be presenting a Semester Showcase of Scenes, Songs, Monologues, and Musical Theatre today at 4:00 pm in the Blackbox.  Admission is free of charge.


Attention writers: The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards contest in Brattleboro, Vermont is accepting submissions in many categories, ranging from short and long fiction to poetry to creative non-fiction. All entries are due by Friday, December 16. Please see Mrs. Mackenzie if you need any further information.  


Inspiring Girls is an organization that provides tuition free expeditions that interweave field science, art, and backcountry travel. Opportunities are open to all genders and 16-18 year old teens to participate in a 14-day backcountry expedition this summer. Inspiring Girls Expeditions intend to empower young women through science, art, and outdoor exploration in places like the Canadian Arctic Circle, Alaska, western US mountain ranges, and wilderness regions in Europe and New Zealand. Contact Mr. Eckel at his stjlabs email or stop by Streeter 241 for links and information.


Today is the last day to count Santa-hat-wearing squirrels! How it works: come to the library and search for pictures of squirrels. Count how many individual squirrels you can find. Bring your best count to the circulation desk. Tomorrow morning, the person with the closest count to the actual number of squirrels will win bragging rights and a very silly prize. In the case of a tie, there will be a drawing for the winner. Get in some last-minute squirrel counting today!


Happy Birthday today to Michaela Kane, Conner Descoteaux, and Katie Ann LaFountain!


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