Daily Bulletin |Thursday

May 19, 2022

Green Day / Variety Day


Tomorrow is Spring Day! Chapel will begin at 8:00am on the football field for everyone! Please report directly to the football field and find your advisor to check in for attendance. Dress code for tomorrow is casual Variety Day attire, however, please remember that all clothing must be school appropriate in both style and length. 


Seniors — don’t forget to stop by the Headmaster’s Office to grab your cap and gown if you haven’t already!


Underclassmen — Check your stjlabs account to find your Student Gov ballot. Be sure to vote for a candidate for President and vote for up to 10 people for Student Gov Representative. Ballots close on Friday at the end of Advisory.


Next Tuesday and Wednesday, Brantview Drive will be closed to through traffic for paving. If you park in the Field House lot, please enter and exit using the South Main or Barker Ave gates on those two days.


Taking AP World History next year? Stop by C205 to borrow a copy of A History of the World in 6 Glasses and get information on the summer assignment. If you’re interested in learning more about the class, see Mrs. Scavitto or Mr. Eckhardt. 


Today is the last day to sign-up for Six Flags Seniors! Mr. LaCroix is ready for you to stop by Campus Life and make sure you are 1 of the 100 lucky people going. 


Are you interested in earning $50 cash while networking with alumni? Stop by Ms. Lang’s office in Campus Life to sign-up to work the Alumni Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 4, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. It will be a fun evening and you can make a little money, too. 


Attention female athletes. Better players and better athletes are made in the off-season… if you want to improve your basketball skills over the summer, come to a meeting right after Spring Day to learn more about the opportunities that will be available this summer for workouts and gym time with Coach Huntington and her staff. We will meet in the library immediately after school. If you cannot make the meeting, please contact Coach Huntington for more information. See you Friday in the Library after Spring Day!


Today, Aliza Wright will be reading from her original fantasy novel in the library at the fireside during B-block. She has worked on the novel all semester as part of the Advanced Creative Writing class. Come give her your support and listen to a great story!


Students — later today a survey will be sent to your stjlabs emails regarding Open Mic Nights. Please take a few minutes to fill out this brief survey to help planning for next year.


Writer’s Block will meet today after school in Ranger 110, Mrs. Mackenzie’s classroom. New members are very welcome! Come join with some friendly fellow writers to work on a writing prompt and/ or share your current writing ideas. There will be cookies! 


The Skills USA competitors will be selling Sushi, Whoopie Pies, Cookies, and Root Beer Floats during Spring Day. This will be a fundraising event to support those students competing at Nationals this summer. The booth with be at the Amphitheater right after Chapel on Friday. The cost will be $2.00 for all items. Please stop by our booth and support our state gold medal winners.


This year’s National Lameness Awareness Day celebration scheduled for this Friday has been postponed. We regret the inconvenience of calling off the workshops on watching paint dry, the language lessons of how to say “this is so lame” in 22 languages, and the binge watching of seasons 5 and 6 of “The Wiggles.” It was decided that with the numerous Spring Day activities that people would be so busy having fun and hanging out that it would not be a productive day to celebrate lameness. Remember: Spring Day is fun is a three letter word and three letter words are always better than words like “lame.”


The Café will be ending breakfast at 9:00am on Friday, but don’t fret!  From 9:00-11:30am, they will be selling Fried Dough, Corn Dogs, Strawberry milkshakes and soda. Items can be purchased with cash or funds on your ID cards!


Happy Birthday today to Patrick Hallett, James Wai Bong Wong, and Nathan Cushing!


VARSITY BASEBALL/SOFTBALL vs. MT. MANSFIELD 4:30, please dismiss the team at 2:10

JV BASEBALL/SOFTBALL @ MT. MANSFIELD 4:30, please dismiss the teams at 1:15

GIRLS TENNIS vs. BURLINGTON 3:30, please release the team at 2:10

BOYS TENNIS @ BURLINGTON 3:30, please release the team at 12:00

GIRLS ULTIMATE @ CVU 4:00, please release the team at 12:30

9th GRADE TRACK & FIELD @ ESSEX 2:45, please release the athletes at 11:30


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