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January 30, 2023

White Day


Please check your stjlabs accounts today to vote on a theme for Winter Carnival 2023. Student Government has taken your ideas and narrowed them down to six choices which will appear on the ballot. When voting, be thinking of the subtheme your class will choose and how this might relate to your Class Skit and Class Banner. The voting will close before Chapel tomorrow.


Make-up photos will be taken in Fuller Hall this Thursday, February 2 from 8:30 to 3:30. If you did not have your school photo taken in the fall or if you are new this semester, please stop by to have a photo taken for the yearbook. There is no charge to have your photo taken.  Please contact Mr. Legge with any questions.


Attention Sophomores — Sweatpants are a casual variety of soft trousers intended for comfort or athletic purposes, although they are now worn in many different situations. You have an opportunity to get some sweatpants designed just for you! Be sure to get your 2025 gear order into Mr. Dussault in Colby 202 by the end of the week.


Seniors — don’t forget to submit your nominations for Senior Superlatives before Friday!


Attention all Athletes: If you are not currently in a sport and want to get faster and stronger, as well as prepare for your next upcoming season, off-season weight training will be held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting on February 6th.  Coach Becker will train with Boys’ from 3:30-4:15 and Girls’ from 4:15-5:00. On Wednesdays, all genders are welcomed from 5:00-6:00. See you there!


Attention students: If you are interested in learning more about weightlifting or how to better your form and technique, there will be a Weightlifting Club every Wednesday from 3:45-5:00 starting on February 8th. All are welcome!


A reminder from the Make it Better Club: If you want to make valentines to support the Valentine’s Day project for elderly community members, please see the library staff, your study hall proctors. or your dorm counselors. They have plenty of supplies available to help you make someone’s Valentine’s Day special. Thank you for your support — SJA rocks!


Congratulations to Greer Kennedy, our school champion of the Poetry Out Loud competition! Greer will go on to compete at the state semi-final level on March 9 at the Barre Opera House. Marcus Burns, who came in second, will serve as an alternate. Thank you to all four finalists for delivering such wonderful poems in chapel over the last two months. Good luck in Barre, Greer!


If you lost your coat at the dance on Saturday night, please stop by the Main Office to claim it.


Boys Hockey beat Brattleboro, 4-1, on Saturday night. 


The Academy Wrestling team competed at the Capital City Classic in Concord, NH on Saturday. This event is also known as New England’s toughest 1-day wrestling tournament. The Academy placed 16th out of 29 teams with only 5 wrestlers scoring for the team. Sanat Amantayev placed 6th and Ozzy Alsaid placed 2nd in their respective weight classes. Freshman Jackson Ladd gave an outstanding performance at the tournament. Congratulations to the entire team!


On Saturday the Hilltoppers hosted the Vermont State Championships in the Throws. Diego Perez won the boys weight throw with a PR of over 2 meters! Brooke White placed 2nd in the girls weight. Gideon Pearson also had a big PR to place 4th in weight as did Fernanda Bustamante, with a PR by over 2.5 m!  Jaden Beardsley placed 5th in shot put and Diego 6th to score for the boys. The boys head into Saturday’s track and jumps portion of the championships with a 1 point lead over Burlington and 2 points over rival Essex. The girls are currently in 2nd place behind Essex. The team would like to thank all who came to watch and cheer them on. A very special thanks to Mr. Badgley, Mr. Eckel, Mrs. Dedam, Mr. Cattrell, and Mr. Urie who officiated at the meet.


Happy Birthday today to Elsie Prince and Denis Royer!



KINGDOM BLADES vs STOWE 5:00, please dismiss the team at 3:15


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