Daily Bulletin | Monday

May 8, 2023

Green Day


All International Seniors — please stay immediately after Chapel today to meet with Ms. Reed and Ms. Bissonnette to discuss the I-20 transfer process.


All 9th grade Health Classes will meet upstairs in the South Church today for class.  


Mr. Legge would like to meet the three one-act play winners on Fuller steps immediately after Chapel today — Norah, Jupiter, and Hayden, please be sure to see Mr. Legge after Chapel.


Student Government petitions can be found in Mr. Ryan’s hands or with your Class Dean. If you want to be a candidate for the position of Student Gov Rep, please pick one up today!


This Friday, May 12th, the 9th graders are hosting a spring dance in the Amphitheatre from 8pm to 10pm. Guests from other schools are welcome but must be registered in Student Life by 3pm on Wednesday. The cost is $3 per person or $5 per couple. Join us for the Spring Fling! 


May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In honor of the month, our Health and Wellness Tinker Team will be sharing some facts and hosting events about Mental Health for the rest of the month. Mental Health Awareness month was first recognized and celebrated in 1949. Since then, each year has focused on a specific theme as it relates to Mental Health. The theme for this year is More than Enough. According to the CDC, Mental illness impacts more than 50 million people in the US. One way that you can take action during this month is by talking about mental health. The more we have conversations with our peers, the more it will be normalized. If you or a peer are struggling during this month, feel free to stop by Tinker Health Services to connect with one of our mental health counselors.


Do you have questions about healthy relationships (red flag/green flags), concerns around dating violence, conversations around relationships in general, boundaries, self-care, etc. We are happy to announce that an Umbrella advocate will be on campus monthly at Tinker House for anyone who would like to stop in.  Their first visit will be May 15 from 9-3.


Mrs. Prevost’s Photography II classes invite you to take a look at the work hanging on the first floor of Ranger. It will be coming down soon, so don’t miss your chance! 


The Fine Arts Department would like to congratulate Ella Switzer, Gabby Anzalone, and Jasmine Engle for being selected to participate in the Congressional Art Awards. 


Congratulations to Ella Switzer, whose hard work and dedication in Advanced Art Photography has resulted in a Solo Exhibit at NVRH. Ella’s show will be up until May 22. It’s free and open to the public. Stop by and check it out. 


Happy Birthday today to Emilia Santiago, Trinity Kidder, Max Zhang, and Cathy Zhang! 


Congratulations to all of the dancers who performed in the Dance Class Open House last night!  Your hard work and your love for dance was shown in each dance you performed! Thanks to all for a wonderful show!


Right before spring break, we had a guest speaker after Chapel for the juniors and sophomores. Dr. Bryan Duff from the St. J School got up here and showed a Harry Potter mash-up made by kids. You might remember that a mad cow was the villain and that Baby Yoda got vaporized by the cow’s extra-spicy milk. Dr. B’s point was that kids are hilarious and fun. In the next breath, Dr. B said that lots of kids down the hill need serious help with their reading and writing. Next year’s juniors and seniors can provide that help by signing up for a new fall course — a course about literacy and mentoring — that will include afterschool meetings with the kids. If you’re interested, please see Mr. Eaton this week.


On Friday, April 21st, Vermont Fish and Game announced that 9th grader Hannah White received an award for her entry into the Vermont Student Fish Art Contest. With over 300 pieces submitted for her age category, she was named as the 1st place artist for her drawing of a Brown Bullhead. Congratulations to Hannah!


Varsity Baseball beat Rice, 6-2, and beat BFA-St. Albans, 14-4.


Girls Varsity Tennis beat Essex, 6-1, and the Boys Varsity Tennis beat Essex, 7-0.


JV Girls Lacrosse beat Colchester, 10-2. 


JV Girls Softball beat Danville/Twinfield, 21-7.


On Saturday at the South Burlington Twilight Invitational, the girls Track and Field Team placed 6th out of 23 teams, Brooke White won the triple jump and Peggy Fischer scored in the 1500, 800 and the 4×400 relay to lead the team. The boys had a big day, more than doubling 2nd place South Burlington in team points. Gerardo Fernandez won the 200 and anchored both the 4×100 and 4×400 relays to victory. Gerardo also led a 1-2 in the 400 with Andrew Bugbee, and broke the 39-year-old school record in the event. Andrew Thornton-Sherman won a thrilling 800m to break the school record and just miss the state record. Diego Perez won the shot put and Jaden Beardsley won the 100m and was part of the winning relays as well.


GIRLS ULTIMATE @ LYNDON INSTITUTE 4:00, please dismiss the team at 2:45

VARSITY BOYS ULTIMATE @ RICE 4:00, please dismiss the team at 1:15

VARSITY BASEBALL vs. COLCHESTER 4:30, please dismiss at 2:15

VARSITY SOFTBALL vs COLCHESTER 4:30, please dismiss at 2:30


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