Daily Bulletin | Monday
School photos will be taken for the yearbook in Fuller Basement tomorrow from 8:30–3:00pm. If you did not have your photo taken in September, please stop by. Seniors, this is your last chance to have a photo taken for the yearbook. After Tuesday, we will submit the most recent school photo we have, including badge photos, to the yearbook company for the senior section. Please contact Mr. Legge with any questions.
Juniors and Seniors, if you haven’t already submitted your Capstone survey, please be sure to get it in before the end of the day!
Attention Class of 2027 — Please remember that today is your last chance to pick up Student Gov petitions from Mr. Ryan. Completed petitions are due on Tuesday morning.
Congratulations to the Kendall and Scavitto advisories for winning last week’s wreath lottery. Each Junior advisory that sold 10 or more wreaths was entered into the lottery. The Kendall and Scavitto advisories will enjoy some sweet, sweet Dunkin’ this week for their efforts! Remember Juniors, wreath sales end and payments are due to Ms. Holcombe on Wednesday. If you haven’t yet, be sure to sell a wreath today!
Attention tennis club members: tomorrow will be our last meet this quarter. Please arrive in the Field House by 3:30 to help set up the nets, warm-up, and get started. We will have final challenge games to see who will end up being the champs! Any questions, please contact Dr. Sayarath in the Science Department.
Fall athletes, today is your last chance to fill out the Coach Evaluation Survey, which will close at 5pm today. This is an important way for the Athletic Department and Student Athletic Advisory Council to gather anonymous information that celebrates the successes that teams had and addresses the concerns that you had with your fall coaches.
Math Team will be meeting twice this week, Tuesday and Thursday, to complete two competitions before the Thanksgiving Break. This week we will be competing in Round 2 of the New England Math League and Round 1 of the American Scholastic Mathematics Competition. See you all in Severance 15 from 3:30-4:30 on Tuesday and Thursday.
Don’t forget to honor the legacy of Shondelle Paynter today by heading over to the front of Sheepcote and leaving a message in the basket that could be a pledge to be kind and positive, a funny story or memory of Shondie, or your favorite “Shondie-ism.” Pens and paper will be provided. Let’s all remember to be kind, be positive, and find our Happy Place today.
Happy Birthday today to Elana Kosmas, Paulina Menasche, Collin Pelletier, Mattie Royer, and Evan Taylor! A Happy Belated Birthday to Mr. Hartshorn from his advisory and Christensen Dorm!