Daily Bulletin | Thursday
White Day / Variety Day
Tomorrow we will host our annual Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. For Ugly Sweater Day, Variety Day appropriate bottoms are acceptable!
A reminder that next week is exam week. Please be sure to check your stjlabs email for important updates! Dress Code for exam week will be Variety Day appropriate attire.
Jenks Photos are in! Please stop by the Headmaster’s Office today to pick up your photos! Any photos not picked up by the end of the day today will be placed in advisors’ mailboxes to be distributed on Friday morning.
Attention Class of 2025: Freshman Class Council will meet in Colby 204 at 12:30 on Friday. All 9th graders are welcome.
There is still plenty of time to register your Volleyball team for the tournament this Friday! Stop by the Campus Life office and see Mr. LaCroix. Half of the money to goes to the winners and half to the local food shelf. So far, we have donated over $150! Sign up today!
Attention International Students wanting to take the January 29th TOEFL – the registration deadline is Thursday, December 16. See Mrs. McCaffrey in the Guidance Office to register and with any questions.
Writer’s Block will meet after school today in Ranger 110 for a fun holiday writing activity as well as tea and a treat. Please bring a piece of writing to share. See you there!
Tech Storm, SJA’s Robotics Club, will be meeting today in Streeter 230 starting at 3:45. Feel free to stop by to see the robot and learn how to build another.
The school would like to thank a special group of students who have chosen to volunteer one block per week to tutor a peer. This is emblematic of the Academy’s mission, to give of oneself to help others. The following students have done an excellent job of modeling our mission and our hope for the future; when someone has asked for help, we go out of our way to assist them, giving of ourselves and our time. We would like to thank Madi Downer, Madigan Mauer, Rose Sullivan, Laura Ponoran, Dylan Wilcox, Will Kimber, Tyler Holm, Aidan Brody, Erin Langlais, Peyton Qualter, Willem Barnhardt, Kadynce DeWeese Crane, and Ella Switser. Your dedication to your peers has had a considerable impact and has been greatly appreciated. Thank you all!
Imagine having some spare time, a mug of something warm, a cozy blanket, a quiet corner, and a book in hand that you’ve always wanted to read. Maybe even a big pile of books to explore. Now’s the time to put the wheels in motion and make that dream a reality. The library is brimming with extraordinary books—love stories, manga, graphic novels, fantasy, scifi, poetry, memoirs, non-fiction and more—both on shelves and in big, messy displays disarranged for your browsing pleasure. Books checked out now are not due back until after break, so make your dream of pleasure reading a reality. Plus—if you would like to receive the weekly library slideshows of new books, themes, author spotlights and more, email library@stjlabs to be added to the mailing list.
Don’t miss out on this once in a generation opportunity to climb ice with St. Johnsbury Academy in December! We still have a few spots left for Sunday’s ice climbing trip to Kinsman Notch. You must get a permission slip and see Mr. Weiss in Colby 209 to get fit for your boots. We will leave at 9AM from Brantview Drive.
The Debate and Discussion will meet for the last time this semester today in Colby 209 after Conference Period. We will discuss feminism. All are welcome.
Happy Birthday today to Biset Zellinger!