Daily Bulletin | Tuesday

February 9, 2021

White Cohort Day


The National Honor Society invites you to make Valentines for elderly members of the St. Johnsbury community. Check out the displays in the library and dining hall for ideas and material. Take some time during your study hall this week to make a card or two to brighten someone’s day. 


Thank you to all who put in submissions for the Academy’s Got Talent Competition. Special Congratulations to Hannah Keith as she is the winner of the competition. Hannah, please come to the Campus Life Office to claim your prize.


The Gay Straight Union will be meeting on Wednesday at 3:30pm in Ranger 210. If you would like to attend in person or via Zoom, please email Mr. Quinn at emmet.quinn@stjalbs.com for more information.


SCOPE will meet today at 3:10 in Mrs. Morris’ room. Members are encouraged to attend in-person or via Zoom.


Catamount Arts is working hard to provide local teens with events that can take place this spring, but they need your help. If you have an hour and a half to spare this Friday evening, please join our online focus group, where we will share and brainstorm ideas about how Catamount can provide arts programming to you in the coming months. You will be paid to participate, but you’ll need a signed permission slip to be part of the focus group. If interested, see or email Mrs. Morris for a permission slip today. Permission slips must be turned in no later than Thursday.


Happy Birthday today to Eduardo Moussali Mustri, Haley Mattei, Hannah MacDonald, and Shane Thresher. A special Happy Belated Birthday to Mr. Bugbee from your CTE family!


The Hilltoppers hosted a race for five other NVAC teams at Burke yesterday. Both teams had good results. The girls team finished in 3rd out of 6 teams, just 5 points outside of second place. Maggie Anderson led the way for the girls’ team with her 3rd place finish, she was followed by Keating Maurer’s 7th place result. Ruby Rolfe finished in 13th and the team scoring was rounded out by Madigan Maurer. The boys team finished first out of five team and were paced by Thomas Zschau’s 3rd place. The Hilltoppers placed four in the top 10 – with Cody Van Dine in 5th, Cam Clark in 6th, and Wyatt Knaus in 7th. Forster Goodrich and Edwin Stephenson also finished in the top 20 in 13th and 19th places. Many skiers raced for the first time and are eager for our next race. A huge thanks to all on the team for their help in hosting a safe and successful race.


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