Daily Bulletin | Monday
The Northeast Kingdom College Fair is happening today, Monday, April 3, from 6:30-8:00pm at the Northern Vermont University Lyndon Campus. Stop by the bulletin board outside Guidance for more information.
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Suffolk University, and Husson University all have visits today in the Colby Conference Room. Details are on Naviance. Please be sure to check in with your teachers before going to the visit.
Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat cast members please check the Academy Theatre Canvas page for a detailed schedule of this week’s rehearsals. Reminder, rehearsal this week is Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school.
Please mark your calendar — the first informational meeting for the 2024 Florence trip is this Wednesday in the printmaking studio, Morse 306. The meeting will be short and will begin at 3:15.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Intro to Human Services classes are partnering with Umbrella to bring the #30DaysofSAAM campaign to campus. We are asking the SJA community to show their commitment to ending sexual violence by wearing dress code appropriate teal tomorrow, Tuesday April 4th. Your advisors have been provided with teal ribbons, as well as the campaign proclamation. We are asking folks to read it, sign it, and return them to Mrs. McGarvin or a member of the Human Services class. Please include your advisors’ name to be in the running for a wonderful gift basket. Stay tuned for more calls to action throughout the month.
On Friday, students attended the Northeast Kingdom — Northern Vermont University Science Fair. At the fair, Jasmine Engle, Ava Massoni, Dolma Sherpa, and Eric Chen presented their research projects to faculty judges and to up-and-coming elementary and middle school science students from around the NEK. The NEK fair organizers, members of the nationally known Atmospheric and Meteorological Sciences program at NVU recognized Dolma, Eric, Ava, and Jasmine as all having excellent and promising research.
On Saturday, the Science Olympiad team traveled to the University of Vermont to engage with 17 science and engineering challenges, alongside 125 students from around Vermont. All 14 students who traveled earned medals for their work in 14 of the 17 events. In recognition of their effort and preparation over the past 6 months, the team has been named the Vermont State representative to the National Science Olympiad in May. Congratulations to Seniors Lily Weber, James WaiBong Wong, Zetong Wang, Hansen Tsai, and Zhi Howes. Congratulations to Juniors Dolma Sherpa, Ava Massoni, Estelle (last name is pronounced COKE-ER-NO) Kokernot, Muzaffar Hussein, Kanan Gasimov, Maaike Dam, Uma Chirkova, and Ashley Chen. Congratulations to Sophomore Yubo Zhang!
A special Happy Birthday today to Carter Bunnell from your advisory!