Daily Bulletin | Monday
Mr. Despins’ B and C blocks need to meet him in the Field House outside his office for class today.
Congratulations to all four of the Poetry Out Loud contestants on their terrific performances in chapel. Our school champion this year is Greer Kennedy, who will be representing SJA at the State Semi-Finals in Barre in March. Marcus Burns is the runner up, and he is the standby for the event in Barre. Congratulations to all!
Book Club has its first official meeting of the semester this Wednesday at the Library Fireside from 5:30-7 pm. If you have not come to a meeting before, now is your chance! Cheese and tea know no strangers, only friends. Swing by the Humanities Office on the second floor of the Ranger breezeway during CP to pick up a copy of the book.
You are invited to the Morse Art Center to view the A.P. Studio art classes exhibit. The exhibit showcases a full semester of work for these artists. Each artist had to explore a topic and do a sustained investigation of that topic through a visual representation of their ideas. Each work is unique to the artist and their artistic voice. The exhibit is open for your viewing until this Friday. Please stop by and celebrate their hard work.
Students — please remember that the only time your phone should be out of your bag is in the dining hall or amphitheater during your lunch block. AirPods and headphones should not be out of your bag at all during the school day. Please remember that this is an expectation during the school day for all students. If you are caught with your phone out or your AirPods/headphones in, you risk losing them for the remainder of the school day.
Kingdom Blades Hockey beat Hartford, 4-0, to improve to 10 and 0!
The JV Girls Basketball team held on down the stretch to top CVU, 39-32. The Toppers were paced by Izzy Simone with 13 points, followed by Emily Clark with 9, and Brooke Bogle with 7.
Congratulations to Alaiza Roth, who won 3 golds and 1 silver in four snowboarding races at the Giant Slalom season opener at Bromley on Friday!
The Girls Varsity Basketball team improved to 8 and 2 with a road win beating South Burlington, 74-28. Cassidy Kittredge carried the night with 16 points, while Kyra Nelson added 14, and Kaia Anderson added 9.
On Saturday, the Academy hosted the Throws portion of the Vermont State championships for Indoor Track. Diego Perez led the Toppers with a runner up finish in weigh throw and a 4th in shot put. Jack Roberts placed 3rd in weight and 6th in shot and Gideon Pearson added a 6th, Addison Jensen placed 2nd in weight throw, and Sophia Rizzo 4th to score for the girls. The 20 points the boys earned and 12 for the girls will carry over to the track and jumps portion of the meet on Saturday at UVM.
Happy Belated Birthday on Friday to Ethan Spence, and on Sunday to Madisson Colby, Koji Ebbett, Mathias Leafe, and Lillionna Sholan! Happy Birthday today to Meadow Schneider, Mitchell Will, and Jameson Willard!
JV/VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL vs. RUTLAND 5:30/7:00
JV-B GIRLS BASKETBALL @ BELLOWS FALLS 5:30, please release the team at 2:30