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Daily Bulletin | Tuesday

March 16, 2021

White Cohort Day

 

Are you a Sophomore or Junior who is interested in taking the Field Semester course but are hesitant to sign up for 5 full blocks? Well, now you can take Field Semester AND still enjoy another course or two. The Field Semester is now being offered as a 3-block program this fall. See your guidance counselor this week if you are interested in signing up.

 

The Gay Straight Union will meet tomorrow 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 in the library today at 3:10. Members are reminded to check Canvas for an important announcement about the agenda for Wednesday’s virtual meeting.

 

College Bound Seniors and Juniors—a friendly reminder that there will be a virtual college visit today at 3:30pm with Lasell University. Visit your Naviance account for the virtual link.

 

College Bound Seniors—a reminder that the NVRH Auxiliary Scholarships deadline for submission is this Thursday, March 18th.

 

Happy Birthday today to Evan Thornton Sherman and Max Holt.

 

VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT PLAYDOWN vs. BURLINGTON 6:00pm

 

VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT PLAYDOWN @ SOUTH BURLINGTON 6:00pm,

            please release the team at 2:30

 

#4 KINGDOM BLADES vs. #5 RICE 5:00pm, please release the team at 2:20pm

 

Congratulations to Gavin Ghafoori for coming in second at the Vermont Poetry Out Loud State Finals last night!

 

The Alpine team traveled to Cochran’s ski area on a windy and cold morning for the first part of the Alpine State Championships. The boys team placed all six racers in the top 25 in a field of 83 and they finished 4th in the team scoring for the day. Wyatt Knaus led the team with his 10th place finish. Maggie Anderson lead the way for the girls with her 10th place finish. Both teams look to improve their standing tomorrow during the giant slalom race at Smuggler’s Notch.

 

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