Daily Bulletin | Monday
Tomorrow, and every Tuesday in May, we will have advisory meetings on Tuesdays, instead of Chapel. Please report directly to your advisory location each Tuesday by 7:55am.
Sophomores — Tomorrow, instead of advisory meetings, we will have a short class meeting in Fuller Hall at 8:00am to discuss Sophomore Stewardship Day. Please sit in the Senior section and make sure to check in with your advisor. This would also be a great time to turn in your Sophomore Stewardship permission slips. See you tomorrow morning in Fuller Hall!
Capstone Day is almost here! Juniors and Seniors should check their stjlabs accounts later today for an email with their Capstone venue assignment for this Friday, May 5th.
Seniors — if you are interested in giving the Invocation or Benediction speech at Graduation, please stop by the Headmaster’s Office and see Mrs. Legendre.
A reminder to any senior that is a child or grandchild of a St. Johnsbury Weidmann employee or retiree and are planning to study engineering, business, or a science related subject in college. You are eligible to apply for the 2023 Founder’s Prize, which is a $600 prize that is awarded to a graduating senior during the commencement exercises. Applications are due no later than this Wednesday, May 3, 2023. Stop by the Guidance Office or the Alumni Office for more information.
Hilltopper Mountain Biking will run club rides on Wednesdays this spring starting this week. We are looking to recruit female riders of all skill levels and those new to mountain biking who would like to try it out. We have brand new mountain bikes to lend! You will need signed permission forms to participate, and you can get them from Mr. Bentley’s classroom in Ranger 209. If you need a bike, you will need to get fitted prior to your first ride. See Mr. Bentley in Ranger 209 for details.
Happy Birthday today to Landen Emmons and Dunia Perez Gudino! Happy Belated Birthday to Molly Kimber from her advisory!
Boys Tennis beak Rutland, 7-0, beat North Country, 7-0, and beat Brattleboro, 6-1.
Girls Varsity Tennis beat Rutland, 4-3, and beat Hartford, 5-2.
JV Girls Lacrosse beat Essex, 7-6.
Varsity Baseball beat Burlington, 5-0.
Varsity Softball beat Brattleboro, 22-2.
Over break the Track and Field teams competed at North Country, the boys handily won the meet with wins in all the track races and Quinn Murphy in the Discus, Coulson Angels in the Javelin, Alex Orozco-Kuri in the Triple Jump and Andrew Bugbee in the long jump. Despite wins in the 800 by Will Kantrowitz, the 3000 by Wisteria Franklin and 300 Hurdles by Rylee Strohm the girls took 2nd in the 5 team meet. On Saturday at the STJ Relays, the boys dominated the competition and the Distance Medley team of Gerardo Fernandez, Andrew Bugbee, Andrew Thornton-Sherman and Carson Eames qualified for NB Nationals with the win. The girls DMR of Rylee Strohm, Brooke White, Peggy Fischer and Wisteria ran to a convincing win as did the shuttle hurdle team of Rylee, Lexie Mosher, Willa and Peyton Qualter.
UNIFIED BASKETBALL vs Oxbow 3:30, please dismiss the team at 2:15
VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE @ GMVS 4:30, please dismiss the team at 12:30
VARSITY BOYS ULTIMATE vs. COLCHESTER 4:00
VARSITY/JV BOYS LACROSSE vs MILTON 4:30/6:00, please dismiss the teams at 3:00