Daily Bulletin | Thursday

April 28, 2022

Green Day


A reminder that tomorrow is Capstone Day for Juniors and Seniors; Sophomore Stewardship day for Sophomores, and Freshmen Challenge Day for Freshmen. Chapel will begin at 8:30am. Juniors and Seniors — please report to Fuller Hall for Chapel, Sophomores report to the Alumni Gym, and Freshmen report to the South Church.  Be sure to check your stjlabs emails for more information. 


Beginning today, the Café will be closed Monday through Thursday during block C except for grab-and-go purchases. Students purchasing grab-and-go food during block C may eat in the dining hall, in block C classrooms, or outdoors.


Seniors — please check your stjlabs accounts to vote for the 2022 Class Marshals.


Red Cross Lifeguard Certification course will be happening soon! There are lots of summer lifeguard opportunities in the area, so if you are interested, please stop by the pool office for more information!


Seniors — are you the child or grandchild of a St. Johnsbury Weidmann employee or retiree? Do you plan on studying engineering, business, or a science related subject in college? If you answered yes to both questions, you are eligible to apply for the 2022 Founder’s Prize, which is a $1,000 prize awarded to a graduating senior. Please see Mrs. Cady in the Straszko Center or your Guidance Counselor for more information. The application deadline is Wednesday, May 11, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity!


Asian Cultural Club meets today! Join us for some fun with a secret board game that’s going to involve a lot of cards and strategies. It’s a promise that you will like this game after you try it. Remember, we meet in Streeter 255 at 3:45 p.m. See Ms. Davis or Eric if you have any questions. 


There will be no Writers’ Block today. Please enjoy a week of writing on your own or with like-minded friends, and come ready to share your ideas and write some more during our next club meeting, one week from today!


The Math Team would like to wish Hanson Tsai good luck as he travels to Chicago this weekend representing the Academy for the MathCon National Finals. On the preliminary exam, Hanson scored in the 99th percentile for all 11th graders, nationally. If you see him today, wish him good luck! Good luck, Hanson!


Happy Birthday today to Alex Orozco Kuri, Nolan Malloy, Javier Berenguer Puche, Da’Quan Lowery, and Addison Jensen!


VARSITY BASEBALL/SOFTBALL @ BURLINGTON 4:30, please release the teams at 12:30

JV BASEBALL vs. BURLINGTON 4:30, please release the teams at 2:10

VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE vs. BFA-FAIRFAX 4:00, please release the teams at 2:40

BOYS TENNIS vs. RICE 3:30, please release the team at 2:10

GIRLS TENNIS @ RICE 3:30, please release the team at 12:00

TRACK @ NORTH COUNTRY – 9th GRADE MEET 3:30, please release the athletes at 1:00


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