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April 10, 2023

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A reminder to all Vermont 11th Grade Students — your mandatory state testing begins on Wednesday, April 12. Your advisor will give you your test ticket in Chapel tomorrow morning. Please do not lose it. You will need it on both Wednesday and Thursday.  


A reminder to all Vermont 9th Grade Students – your mandatory state testing begins on Friday, April 14. Your advisor will give you your test ticket in Chapel tomorrow morning. Please do not lose it.  You will need in on Friday, April 14 and Monday, April 17 — Wednesday, April 19.


A reminder for those not testing — we will follow a delayed opening schedule starting on Monday, April 17 through Wednesday, April 19.  School will begin at 10:00am. Please report directly to your A block class by 9:55 each morning.


Each year, the Senior class requests a variety of senior privileges from the school administration. This year’s seniors have been granted, among other things, the exclusive right to park in the Senior parking lot, defined as spaces 120 through 150. If you are a senior who already has a parking sticker from the school, you can pick up a Senior parking pass from Mr. Reed’s office in the coming days. Underclassmen will not receive parking plaques, so please extend the courtesy of parking somewhere other than these dedicated Senior spaces. Thank you!


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat Cast — please check the Academy Theatre Canvas page for a detailed schedule of this week’s rehearsals. We will meet Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday this week after school! 


Are you feeling blue? Or perhaps a bit down? Stir crazy? Bad case of cabin fever? As the weather makes halting improvements, come relieve your mood with a bit of table-banging trivia fun! This Wednesday, April 12th, at 6pm in the library the Senior class is hosting a scholars’ bowl style trivia competition. Snacks will be sold! Gift cards can be won! Use the Google Form sent to your stjlabs account email or talk to a Senior class council member at lunch to register a team. Bring the $10 team entrance fee to the event, plus some extra for essential snacks to carry you through any heart-wrenching tournament upsets!


If you are interested in a place where you can openly speak about anything — what is on your mind, concerns, thoughts, Inner Circle is a safe place for you to share and get peer support and make new connections. This a new club run by Ms. Cote, and our first meeting is in Mr. Cattrell’s room Ranger 108. We will meet every Wednesday directly after CP and all are welcome to drop in any time.


On Saturday, the Academy hosted its annual Northeast Kingdom Model United Nations Conference. Three other schools sent delegates that joined our own in seeking international solutions to environmental and political issues. The conference was a resounding success thanks to the hard work and commitment of numerous Academy students who helped organize the conference. Those student organizers are Hannah MacDonald, Laura Ponoran, Maaike Dam, Eric Chen, Ceylin Sutcu, Carson Farnham, Aliah Hale, Daniyal Aryngazin, and Alisher Aryngazin. A special shoutout to Fernanda Bustamente who was named Best Delegate on her committee and Maya Krooth who was named best first-time delegate. 


The JV Girls Lacrosse team had an exciting home opener with a 6-5 win over CVU. Goals were scored by Meredith Rogers, Lilly Laskowski, Kelsey Greenwood, and Kaya Kendall. Rylie Johnston and Ella Blanchard split the game in goal and kept CVU to only 5 points!


UNIFIED vs OXBOW 3:30, please dismiss the team at 2:15

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