Daily Bulletin | Thursday

March 10, 2022

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A reminder that tomorrow will be a Variety Day to support Ukraine. The cost is $1.00. Please dress down and support this important cause!


Seniors, please check your stjlabs account for an important email regarding the yearbook dedication and the Senior Bequeaths. For the dedication, please choose one current faculty or staff member that you feel has been especially important to you and your classmates and should be honored with the yearbook dedication. For the bequeaths, please chose one item to leave to an underclassmen. Some ideas of bequeaths are “Jane Smith leaves her soccer skills to her younger brother Joe Smith” or “Amanda Martin leaves her Café debt to Bill Russell.” Dedications are due by Thursday, March 17 and the bequeaths are due by Wednesday, March 23!


Attention International Students — Any student wanting to take the April 9th TOEFL — must register by March 17. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at mmccaffrey@stjlabs.com or stop by the Guidance Office to register.


Academy Theatre will be holding open auditions for Mamma Mia! Today 4:00pm in the Blackbox. Sign up-starts at 3:30pm. Check the Academy Theatre Canvas page, stop by the Blackbox, or email Mr. Walker for more information.


Have you gotten your team together for the Dodgeball Tournament tomorrow? If not, grab some friends and sign-up in the Campus Life Office. It’s $10 for a team of 6. Have fun some fun while knocking out Alzheimer’s. 


Congratulations to Jenny Li and Hanson Tsai! Both have qualified for the MathCON finals in Chicago, Illinois on April 30, 2022. Great job to all that competed in this challenging competition!


Starting this week Chef B’s Culinary Arts classes will be selling baked goods in the Cafe on Wednesday and Thursday each week. Stop in see what your friends in Culinary Arts have made for you to treat yourself.


For everyone that is going ice climbing this Sunday, there is a mandatory meeting in Mr. Weiss’ room right after school on Friday at 12:10. If you have not picked up a liability form from Mr. Weiss, you should do that after school today!


This week, you’ve already heard about the many reasons to buy a SJA March Madness bracket: the chance to win Dunkin for your advisory, donate money to a charity of your choice, as well as achieve the legacy of being the Academy’s first-ever March Madness bracket champion. Well, we have one more for you! The UVM Men’s catamounts are on their way to representing Vermont in the tournament. According to NBC, “They just have to avoid an upset before they square off.” In March Madness of 2005, our very own Vermont team led by Academy Alum Taylor Coppenrath upset Syracuse, one of the best teams on the East coast at that time. Join in on the fun and maybe get a chance to root for Vermont again by choosing them on your bracket! A reminder that brackets are $3 each or $5 for two. See you in the dining hall at your lunch block. 


Due to a Faculty meeting, the debate and discussion club will not meet today. We will meet again next week!


There will be no pom dance club meeting today. Ms. Carr will see everyone next Thursday!


Attention Hispanic students — Spanish Club will meet next Tuesday, March 15 at 3:30 in Prof. Orozco’s classroom NH 21 to prepare for the Hispanic festival.  


Writers’ Block will not meet today.  See you all next week!


Happy Birthday today to Bryan Isham and Chloe Ohlschwager! 



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