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Daily Bulletin | Monday

November 2, 2020

Green Cohort Day

 

November begins the month of giving! The student body wants to help our local food shelf by collecting items for those in need as it begins to get darker and colder. In order to kick off the week, tomorrow will be a Gear Day — a way of bringing us all together on Election Day as one community. Wednesday will be twin day, Thursday will be Throwback Thursday where we would like everyone to dress in your favorite decade, and Friday will be flannel Friday. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to bring in non-perishable food items to their advisory locations. The advisory who brings in the most, wins a week of Chef B’s goodies!!!

 

A reminder that SCOPE will hold its first official planning meeting today from 3:15–4:15 in Ranger 212. Please check your email for a link to Zoom in if you can’t make it in person! You can always contact Mrs. Morris for more information at cmorris@stjacademy.org.

 

Are you a bit of a science geek, interested in ornithology, and pretty okay with learning to identify of 60 different bird calls using 10 notes or less? Maybe you think identifying a dinosaur from a partial footprint, a fossilized ankle bone, and a tooth WAY outclasses Soduko for quality puzzles? Then let’s co-populate and socially distance at the Science Olympiad meeting on Tuesday (for White Cohort) and Wednesday (Green Cohort) in Streeter 241. We will work together on these and 25 other topical science challenges. Meetings are 3:30–4:30 Tuesday and Wednesday. If you are interested, please email Mr. Eckel at edwin.eckel@stjlabs.com so we can plan our use of space.

 

Happy Birthday today to Simeon Anair, Caleb Pontti, and Mrs. Breen. A special Happy Birthday today to Nathan Lenzini from your dad!

 

Varsity Volleyball lost to Mid–Vermont, 3–1.

 

Varsity Football beat U–32, 66–22.

 

Congratulations to the 3rd place finish of the girls XC team at the Division 1 State Championships on Saturday. The girls reduced there previous year score by 40 points, leaving them just 1 point away from 2nd place. Merrick Hemond placed 4th, Isabella Bostic was 9th, Peggy Fischer was 20th, Aine Fannon was 22nd, and Siri Jolliffe 26th, and Adele Bernier 34th.

 

On Saturday at the Vermont State XC Championships, hosted by Thetford Academy; the boys were led by Evan Thornton-Sherman in 2nd and Hale Boyden in 5th to a Runner up finish in Division 1. Braden Anthes, Nathan Lenzini and Luke Chadderdon provided the scoring.

 

Boys’ Varsity Soccer advances to the DI Vermont Semifinals with a 3–2 win over South Burlington on Friday. Rob Wood, Gardner Auchincloss, and Denzel Ebohon scored for the Hilltoppers. Denzel scored the game-winner with 18 minutes to play. Savino Argutto was credited with the win in goal. The Hilltoppers will host Burlington on Tuesday at 2pm. 

 

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