Daily Bulletin | Thursday
White Cohort Day / Variety Day
Tomorrow is Capstone Day! All underclassmen—you will have a normal Friday remote day schedule, including advisory. Seniors—if you are unsure of your location for tomorrow, please see Ms. Ely in the Capstone Office.
All Students, Faculty, and Staff: Don’t forget to order your lunch today for next week by 8:45am today!
Attention AP Students: A reminder that an email was sent to you on Monday regarding steps you must take prior to the beginning of your AP exam. Failure to follow these steps ahead of time may result in you not being able to take your exam. Please contact Mrs. Pierce if you have any questions or problems with the instructions.
If you are a leader and you know it, clap your hands, pat yourself on the back, and consider running for Student Government for the 2021-2022 school year. If you want to know more about what this entails, please see Mr. Ryan or contact him via e-mail at: email@example.com . To pick up a petition to run for Student Government, please see your Class Dean or Mr. Ryan. Petitions need to be completed and turned into the Campus Life Office by the end of the day on Monday, May 3. Elections will take place during the week of May 10th.
The French Club will meet today in NH 12. If you would like to join on Zoom, just email Madame Meranze for the link at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Social Studies Department is pleased to announce that the Boys and Girls State programs will run this summer. If you have an interest in politics, leadership, and public policy, this is a phenomenal opportunity. Four boys and four girls will be chosen to represent the Academy at this week-long conference over the summer. While learning about state and local government, delegates will run campaigns, serve in a mock government, and set policy for the great state of Vermont. The girls will meet virtually from June 20th through June 24th, and the program is now open to rising seniors, as well as current seniors. The boys will meet in person from June 20th through June 25th at NVU – Lyndon, and the program will only accept rising seniors. If you have any interest or questions, email Mr. Mantius at email@example.com or stop by his classroom during Conference Period in Ranger 211 to pick up an application. All costs will be taken care of by sponsors and the Social Studies Department.
Mr. Camelio’s Joke of the Week: Do you know why I went to KFC yesterday and ate 5 pieces of chicken?…It’s on my bucket list!
Happy Birthday today to Tyler Demas, Angela Steele, and Alisa Martin!
JV SOFTBALL/BASEBALL @ NORTH COUNTRY 4:30, please release the teams at 1:45
VARSITY SOFTBALL/BASEBALL vs. NORTH COUNTRY 4:30, please release the teams at 2:00
GIRLS TENNIS vs. U-32 3:30, please release the team at 2:10
BOYS TENNIS @ U-32 3:30, please release the team at 1:00
GIRLS ULTIMATE vs. MIDDLEBURY 4:00
VARSITY/JV BOYS LACROSSE vs. GMVS 4:30/5:45
Varsity Boys Ultimate lost to Mt. Mansfield, 15-4.
Varsity Girls Lacrosse beat Woodstock, 6-4, and the JV team tied, 4-4.
Varsity Girls Ultimate lost to BFA-Fairfax, 15-5.
Girls Tennis lost to South Burlington, 5-1.
At yesterday’s home track and field meet, the girls were led by Lizzy Jones’ victories in the High Jump, Triple Jump, and 100 hurdles. Isabel Bostic won the long jump and 300 hurdles, and Hannah Angell won the discus and shot as they rolled to the win in the 4-team meet. The boys outscored runner up Lake Region by 170 points as they secured the victory behind Carson Smires wins in the 110 and 300 hurdles, Denzel Ebohon’s wins in the 100 and 200, and Hale Boyden taking the 800 and 1500m runs. The boys won 15 of 18 events. Evan Thornton-Sherman continued his record-setting spring, lowering his own 3000m school record!