Daily Bulletin | Thursday

October 21, 2021

A reminder that there will be no morning Chapel/Advisory meeting tomorrow morning. Please report directly to your A block class. Pep Chapel will begin on the football field starting at 11:20am!


Don’t forget – tomorrow will be a Green and White Variety Day! This means that you can dress down, but must be wearing green and white, too! There is no cost, so dress in green and white and show your school spirit!


Check your e-mail for your Spirit Squad ballot and cast your vote today! The Top 6 will be announced at tomorrow’s Pep Chapel.


Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers! The following colleges have visits today: Fisher College at 11:30am via Zoom; Champlain College at 12:30pm in Colby Conf. Room; Florida Institute of Technology at 1pm in Colby Conf. Room; Rutgers University – New Brunswick at 1:30pm in Colby Conf. Room; Hult International Business School at 2pm in Colby Conf. Room. Be sure to sign up for their visits on Naviance and to view all details. If you are scheduled to be in class during the time of the visit, please check in with your teacher before coming to the college visit.  You are also required to return to class after the completion of the visit, attendance is turned into the Main Office.


Attention International Students wanting to take the November 13th TOEFL – the registration deadline is next Thursday, October 28. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at mmccaffrey@stjlabs.com to register or with any questions. 


Academy Theatre will meet today after school from 3:30 to 4:30pm in the Black Box.


Keep the spirit alive and get your spirit pompoms today! The cheerleaders are selling spirit pompoms for $1.00 each! 


Seniors! Get a wiggle on and join us for float preparations today after Conference Period. You can find us with our wagon out on the range (SJA truck shop). You don’t think you have the skills to help us out, you say? Well, don’t worry about bitin’ off more’n you can chew; your mouth is probably a whole lot bigger’n you think, so don’t be shy! When you make your way to the range, remember to drink upstream from your herd. See ya there! 


Greetings Class of 2023! So… to be clear… let’s get ready to “Scare-ify LI”… like really. You brought a friend today… you made some things… but there is more to be done,  more to be made, more to do,… so let’s get doing! Grab that friend, and…well another one… and come help make our surreal float, really a reality. Join us in stagecraft and on the loading dock of Morse as we take our Monster concept and make it a reality from 3:30-5:30 pm. Be there and don’t be scared!  Really. 2023 Rocks!


Attention 9th Graders: Freshmen had another great day of Float work on Wednesday. We erected the castle defenses, put the finishing touches on the turf, procured a golden throne, and rolled out the red carpet. Join us in the truck shop THIS afternoon for monarch making and other fun stuff. Bring your royal selves (and a courtly friend) to the truck shop this afternoon at 3:30. Come for the float; stay for the folks.


Vermont News Inc. has just posted this weeks’ nominees for Packaging Products of the Week. Currently, Styrofoam and tin foil are edging out cardboard. Please be sure to vote on their link or simply bring any piece of carboard you have to the trailer on Brantview Drive for the bonfire. Each piece of cardboard counts as a vote and will help ensure that cardboard, like Hilltoppers, embodies what it means to be a winner!


Happy Birthday today to Christian Aldrich and Gracie Lawrence!


Congratulations to our very own Lexington Food Service Director, Josh Rollins, who competed in the “Run It You Won’t” 24-hour race at Mad River Glen last weekend. Mr. Rollins won the event with 66 miles ran in 24 hours! As part of his score, he also had a 28,000-foot (more than 5-mile) elevation score! Be sure to congratulate Mr. Rollins if you see him in the Dining Hall this week!


Varsity Girls Soccer lost to Colchester, 2-0.


Boys Varsity soccer tied Burlington 0-0 on Wednesday night. Liam Laidlaw recorded the shutout in goal.


Varsity Field Hockey lost to U-32, 1-0, and the JV team beat U-32, 3-0.


Varsity Volleyball beat Burlington, 3-0, and the JV team won, 2-0.


The boys XC team placed 4th at Tuesday’s meet hosted by Lamoille. Dominik Gray and Joe Scott led the team with 5th and 6th place finishes.


JV-B BOYS SOCCER @ CHRISTIAN COVENANT 4:00, please release the team at 1:45


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