Daily Bulletin | Tuesday
A reminder to any returning boys basketball players or new students interested in playing basketball this winter, please attend a meeting today at 5:00pm in the Library Media Room on the second floor of the library. Please note that this meeting has moved from 3:30pm to 5:00pm. If you are a current fall athlete, you should not attend this meeting.
Mountain Bikers: our first club ride meets on Brantview Drive at 3:30 today. You will need to have both the waiver and permission forms signed by your parent or guardian to get on the bus. Check your stjlabs email for more information.
SCOPE will kick off the year with its first meeting today from 3:15 -4:15 in Ranger 212. SCOPE stands for “Students Creating Opportunities for Positive Engagement.” It’s a new club at SJA designed to encourage compassionate leadership through projects and events that you want to see happen in campus. At our first meeting, we’ll introduce the club’s mission and vision, brainstorm some ideas, and begin to pull our first projects together. We welcome new members at any time. Questions? Reach out to Mrs. Begin or Mrs. Morris. Hope to see you there!
Brain Bee meets after Conference Period in Streeter 241 today from 3:30-4:45. If you are interested in how your brain works and how to make it work better, stop by. Contact Mr. Eckel at the stjlabs email with questions.
Come join the Outing Club this Wednesday at 3:45 at the climbing wall in front of the Green Dorm and learn some vertical ballet as you attempt to climb our 35ft climbing wall. No prior experience is necessary, and everyone is welcome! If you are a day student, you must go to Campus Life and fill out a waiver.
Science Olympiad meets Wednesday and Thursday in Streeter 241 from 3:30-4:45. Interested in exploring atmospheric chemistry? Interested in building the lightest, strongest bridge? Attend at least one meeting to learn about the Science Olympiad and what we can do together. Contact Mr. Eckel at the stjlabs email with questions.
If you can still lift your arms after all that climbing the day before then come join the Outing Club again in front of the library this Thursday from 3:30-4:30 for lawn games with Mr. Moore. Bocce, bean bag toss, and the basics of frisbee golf—we have it all folks, so don’t miss out!
St J Library news: You’ll be happy to hear that poetry has its own section. Be it Tupac, Dickenson, Ovid, or Rumi, all poetry can be found on the main floor near the circulation desk. Navigating through poetry has never been simpler. The current book displays in the library are these: Trending on BookTok: the hottest books from the freshest source. Thank you, Victoria Scherer, for the heads-up on this. Literary Fiction: 15 Years of the Booker Prize. The rotating Manga display for this month is SLAM DUNK. And lastly, The Book is Always Better: Great Stories Coming to Films and TV. Don’t wait to experience these stories on a screen; read the books instead. Want to receive the weekly library book slideshow directly? Write firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the mailing list. Keep on reading!
Bowling Club will meet today. The bus will leave Brantview Drive after conference period and we will return to campus around 5pm. The price is $8.00 for two games, which includes, fashionable bowling shoes! Masks are mandatory on the bus and at the lanes. Mr. Camelio hopes to see you there! But first—the Joke of the Week: It has been said that if you are before you think, you’re putting “Descartes” before the horse. 😊
Happy Birthday today to Mia Godoy Jasso, Honora Davis, and Peyton Qualter!
JV FOOTBALL vs. HARTFORD 4:00, please release the team at 2:30
BOYS & GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY @ U-32 4:30, please release the teams at 2:00