Daily Bulletin | Thursday

January 11, 2024

Green Day


Student Government will meet today right after school in Fuller Basement. All reps are expected to attend.


Attention upper-class students with E block free — due to the Exercise Science and PE classes, the Alumni Gym, Field House, and cardio room are closed during E block this semester. Sorry for this inconvenience.


Applications for the Governor’s Institute of Vermont are open. This is an opportunity to learn about a specific topic while living on a Vermont college campus. Topics include the Arts, Engineering, Health and Medicine, Environmental Science and Technology, and even more! Stop by Guidance and see Ms. Carr to learn more!


Looking for a fun club to join this spring semester? Look no further! Come by Ranger 108 next Wednesday to join the Inner Circle Club. This is student lead club that focuses on supporting new connections and offering a safe and non-judgmental space. Questions: reach out to Ava Massoni or Ms. Cote.


Happy Birthday today to Joshua Doyle!


Yesterday, the Girls’ Varsity Nordic team continued their winning streak, winning the Craftsbury Classic. Ninth graders Tillie Lange, Ellie Dunn, and Kate Mckenzie finished 3rd, 4th, and 8th respectively. Sophomore Anya Moriarty finished 6th overall. The girls are undefeated this season. The JV girls also remain undefeated. The team was led by ninth graders Addie Pearl and Lila Mckenzie, and seniors Zoe Buhner and Esme Kimber. Sisu Lange won the boy’s race, his second victory in 5 days.


Over break the girls track and field team won all 5 meets they attended. They were led by Brooke White, number 1 in VT in the 600m and Triple Jump. Brooke, Aven Thomas, Willa Kantrowitz, and Rylee Strohm led the state in the 4×400 relay as well.


The boys have #1 rankings with Andrew Thornton-Sherman in the 600m, Emmett Johnson in the 1500, Carson Eames in the 3000m and Defending State Champion Diego Perez in the Weight Throw. The 4×400 relay of Daniel Carter, Gideon Pearson, Dillon Chen, and Andrew and the 4×800 relay of Carson, Isaac Lenzini, Moses Andrews and Emmett lead Vermont as well. The Sprint Medley Relay of Wilder Thomas, Daniel Carter, Emmett Johnson, and Andrew Thornton-Sherman won the Boston Holiday Challenge and qualified for the NB National Championships.


Yesterday afternoon, Girls’ Hockey beat Rice, 5-0.  Brooke-Lynn Choiniere scored 2 of the 5 goals. Out of the last 8 games, the girls have only allowed 2 goals from their opponents. 


Boys Varsity Basketball made a late comeback against South Burlington last night, but unfortunately, fell short of beat them. Please come out and support the team at their next home game on Thursday night!





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