Daily Bulletin | Thursday

May 2, 2024

White Day


All International Seniors need to remain after Chapel for a brief meeting with Ms. Bissonnette to explain the I-20 transfer process. 


Attention Seniors — all seniors need to be present for Chapel tomorrow, Friday, May 3. Tomorrow is not a senior privilege day for no chapel.


Barcelona trip meetings today — Student info session @ 2:45pm after school in Colby 302 and parent info session @ 6:00pm in Colwell Center in the library basement! Please reach out to Mr. Cushman or Ms. Sandvil if you cannot attend or with any questions.


This is a reminder that Trivia Night will return to SJA from 6 to 8pm in the library next Thursday. Teams and individuals can sign up using the QR code on the posters around campus or by stopping by Mr. O’Brien’s office in Streeter 266. Snacks and drinks will be available for sale. Come have fun and flex those trivia muscles! 


The Student Athletic Advisory Council encourages you to vote for this week’s Caledonian Record Athlete of the Week nominee: Rex Hauser from St. Johnsbury Baseball. 


And now — Mr. Camelio’s Joke of the Week: What is made of leather and sounds like a sneeze?  A shoe…😊


Happy Birthday today to Sofia Bustos Armendariz, Sophia Deschamps, and Ailee Stratton!


This March, St. Johnsbury Academy Latin students participated in the annual National Latin Exam competition and seven of those students won awards! In Latin I, Willow Deem and Ruby Tillotson both earned Cum Laude certificates for their papers; and Orleans Germond won a Magna Cum Laude certificate. Medalists from the Latin I contestants: Nathalia Martinez Sanchez won a Maxima Cum Laude certificate and a silver medal; and Ivy Pavic​k won a Summa Cum Laude certificate and a gold medal for her nearly perfect paper. From the Latin Prose contestants, Lennon Daffinrud earned a Magna Cum Laude certificate and Sophia Montague won a silver medal for her Maxima Cum Laude contest paper. The winning contestants should please go to C309 immediately after Chapel to receive their prizes and have their photo taken. Congratulations, Latin students! 


Girls Lacrosse had a tough loss against Colchester on Tuesday night, losing 17-15 in the last two minutes. Meredith Rogers scored 5 goals, Devlin Murphy — 4 goals, and Bennet Crance — 3 goals. 


Boys Ultimate lost to Montpelier, 15-1. The goal for the Hilltoppers was scored by Dylan Lacasse, assisted by Linden Van der Linde. The JV team was also defeated by Montpelier, 12-7.


The boys’ varsity tennis team secured a fantastic victory against South Burlington with a score of 4-3. Andres Barrios Sobrino, the #1 player, led the charge with a strong win in both sets. Raphael Link at #2 showcased resilience with a thrilling tiebreaker victory.


The Unified Basketball team played their best game of the season on Tuesday. They traveled and played the defending state champions, Burlington High School, and won 36-33 ending their regular season campaign with a 4-3-1 record. Justin Langmaid led the rebounding effort and scored 12 points, Hannah Albright had 8 points and 3 steals, Aaron Sol Cruz scored a bucket and Matt Calcagni had a career high 14 points.  


VARSITY/JV GIRLS LACROSSE @ BURLINGTON 4:00/5:30, please release the teams at 12:45

VARSITY BASEBALL @ RICE 4:30, please dismiss the team at 12:45

VARSITY SOFTBALL @ MISSISQUOI 4:30, please dismiss the team at 12:45



TRACK @ ESSEX 3:15, please dismiss the team at 11:45


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