Daily Bulletin | Thursday

November 2, 2023

White Day


9th grade Health classes — please meet in Fuller Basement for class today.


Student Government will meet today right after school in Fuller Basement. A good time will be had by all! See Mr. Ryan with any questions.


There will be a brief meeting for all interested in trying out for Boys Basketball today in Alumni Gym at 3:30.


The knitting and crocheting and other fiber arts club will meet this afternoon for a new quarter. We will be in Severance 16 from 3:30-4:30. No experience or equipment necessary! If you are interested but cannot attend today, email Dr. Vorhies or Mrs. Breen to be added to the Canvas page to get announcements.


Topper Friends will be meeting today at 3:15 in Ranger 113 and then we’ll be heading to the St. Johnsbury House for activities with the residents there. All are welcome and if you have any questions, please see Mr. Carr, Mrs. McCaffrey, or Mr. Camelio.


The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. This award recognizes and rewards individuals with good citizenship qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. These students are selected by their teachers and peers because they demonstrate these qualities to an outstanding degree. Please give a round of applause to this year’s nominee, Kaia Anderson. Kaia, please be sure to stop by the Guidance Office today.


The days are getting cold, but Mr. Camelio’s Jokes of the week are just heating up! I searched for a lighter on Amazon, but all I could find were 6,000 matches. 😊


Happy Birthday today to Kerrick Medose!


Scholars’ Bowl traveled to Hanover High School on Saturday to participate in the GHOST Tournament which puts Vermont schools against New Hampshire schools and includes a contest for the best costumes. The Hilltopper won two matches and tied one. They lost some others. Congratulations to senior Vicky Scherer, Sophomore Aliah Hale, and Ninth Graders Jonah Raser, Aleksey Strokanov, and Grant Tucker.  


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