Daily Bulletin | Thursday
The weather man said that January 2024 was the grayest January since 1951. In celebration of starting a new month, tomorrow will be a free Variety Day for everyone! Please be sure to remember to follow the Variety Day dress code rules, so your Friday doesn’t turn gray, too!
Student Government will meet today directly after school in Fuller Basement. Please contact Mr. Ryan or Laura with any questions.
Hey Hilltoppers — don’t forget to stop by the library during your free block or after school today to make some Valentines for our local elderly community members. There will be a table set up with all the supplies you’ll need. Knowing that someone cares really makes the day brighter for many people in our St. J community. Thanks for helping to make Valentine’s Day a little more special!
Last Call! Tickets for next Wednesday’s Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra concert at L.I. are free and still available, but you will need a signed permission slip to reserve your ticket and a seat on the bus. Stop by the Learning Center to grab one from Mr. Mackenzie. Please note: Mr. Mackenzie needs your signed permission slip by tomorrow!
Are you tired of flexing your Jenga skills to friends, but nobody cares? They will care when you win Winter Carnival for your class when by showing up to the Stacking Something Event next Friday. The game is simple…each class picks something to stack and the class with the highest stack wins!
Some talk about the belief that the NFL referees fix the outcome of playoff games. That is totally false, but it is true that the Winter Carnival results are fixed. The class that will win the most events and destroy the other classes with their participation is…(drum roll please)…the Class of 2023!
Remember: Recycling is the best gift you can give the world, so don’t forget to recycle paper, plastic, and last year’s Winter Carnival results announcements!
Varsity Girls Basketball improved to 11-2 overall with a win on the road at MMU. The Toppers were led by Anna Ebert with 12 points, Cassidy Kittredge with 10, and Hayden Wilkins with 9.
The Gymnastics team earned their 4th win of the season against Burr & Burton Academy. Lydia Ruggles once again led the team in the win and added one more notch to her undefeated all-around record. Lydia placed first all around Siri Jolliffe had a solid meet earning 4th on bars, and 5th all around. Beam was the team’s event of the night with Lydia, Ailee Stratton, and Siri Jolliffe placing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, respectively.
Edwin Stephenson led the boys Alpine Skiing team with a 3rd place podium finish at Stowe on Wednesday. Raphael Link came in 8th and Yofta Larocque 11th to put three racers in the top 15. The girls were led by Macy Moore (14th), and Ace Irwin (15th).
Kingdom Blades fought hard to beat South Burlington, but fell short, with a 2-1 loss. Izzy Butler scored for the Blades.
Congratulations to the following Indoor Track athletes who have qualified for the New England Championships: Carson Eames, Brooke White, Andrew Thornton-Sherman, Lola Ide, Emmett Johnson, Rylee Strohm, Diego Perez, Willa Kantrowitz, Isaac Lenzini, Peyton Qualter, James Hatch, Seda Boles, Gideon Pearson, Zoey Cusac, Daniel Carter, Aven Thomas, Wilder Thomas, Maggie Langlais, and Foster Rousseau!
Happy Birthday today to Luis Garnier Issa!
JV/VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL @ RICE MEMORIAL 5:30/7:00, please release the teams at 2:30
MEET THE TEACHERS OPEN HOUSE 6:30