Daily Bulletin | Thursday

April 7, 2022

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Mr. Despins’ Sports Medicine II class will meet in Ms. McGarvin’s classroom Streeter 225 today.


Attention all National Honor Society Members and Incoming Inductees: the ceremony rehearsal has been rescheduled from Friday afternoon to Sunday at 1:45pm. Check your stjlabs email for additional information about Sunday’s ceremony and see Mrs. Reed in Guidance with any questions.


Attention International Students — Any student wanting to take the May 14 TOEFL — must register by April 14. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at mmccaffrey@stjlabs.com or stop by the Guidance Office to register. Space is limited. Priority will be given to juniors.


Writers’ Block will meet this afternoon after school in Ranger 110. Cookies will be provided! Please join with some like-minded writers to work on an online prompt and to share your ideas! New members are always welcome!


Science Fair interest meeting Monday Apr 11, in Streeter 241. Interested in maybe even winning recognition and prizes floating your boat in the pool of wonder? Then join us at Science Fair to learn about how to develop and conduct a research plan on Monday, April 11. Meet in Streeter 241 with Mr. Eckel 3:30-4:30. Contact Mr. Eckel with interest and questions.    


Thank you to all the juniors who picked up applications for the Boys and Girls State programs. If you have not yet picked up an application, there is still time. The deadline to submit the applications is Tuesday, April 12 for Girls State and Tuesday, May 10 for Boys State. Please return completed applications to Mr. Mantius in Ranger 211.


It’s National Poetry Month, and St. Johnsbury is celebrating in usual style through PoemTown. Check out the broadsides hanging in shops on Main Street, Eastern Avenue, and Railroad Street, many of which feature poems by students in the creative writing classes. Happy poetry-crawling!


Ever wondered what treasures are stored in the Academy’s archives? Stop by today in the basement of the library, across from the Colwell Center, to check out some artifacts from the Academy’s past with the history club! See you at 3:30 on Monday in the archives!


If you already know how to knit or if you’ve always wanted to learn, come join us for knitting club after school today in Severance 16. We have all the yarn, needles, and expertise you need to start a new project or finish an old one.


Is the way your brain works and interacts with your intentions and your body something you want to explore? Do you want to dive into how brain differences like ADHD or PTSD or diseases like Parkinson’s or ALS develop and progress? Are you interested in winning a $500 prize next February based on your learning about neuroanatomy? The Brain Bee Team (can’t BBEET this!) will begin the learning journey Tuesday, April 12. Join us in Streeter 241. Contact Mr. Eckel with questions and interest. 


Thursday, April 14 from 3:30-4:30  p.m., representatives of the Northeast Kingdom — Northern Vermont University Science Fair will visit campus to evaluate and score science fair projects prepared by Hilltoppers. Everyone is invited to stop by the Colby Conference Room Thursday April 14, between 3:30-4:30 p.m., to be part of the celebration of the excellent science work by members of our great community of learners and leaders. 


The Debate and Discussion club will meet in the Mayo Center today after school to join the screening and discussion of the documentary Putin’s Road to War. Please join us!


Happy Birthday today to Camryn Bunnell, Harper Rutledge, Laura Ponoran, and Mark Thompson. A special Happy Birthday to Ms. Laverty!




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