Daily Bulletin | Tuesday
Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. Blood is essential to help patients survive surgeries, cancer treatment, chronic illnesses, and traumatic injuries. This lifesaving care starts with one person making a generous donation. The need for blood is constant and current supplies are low. You can help the American Red Cross make sure that supply meets demand. On Thursday, March 17th, St. Johnsbury Academy will be hosting a Blood Drive. Sign-ups will be in the cafeteria during C block, beginning tomorrow March 9th, and will run through next Wednesday, March 16th. Students 16 years of age may donate with parental consent. Students 17 years and older can donate without the consent form. Stop by the table in the cafeteria or see Mrs. McCaffrey in the Guidance Office with any questions and to schedule your appointment. Give the gift of life. Donate Blood.
Attention International Students — Any student wanting to take the April 9th TOEFL must register by March 17th. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Guidance Office to register.
A US Coast Guard recruiter will be on campus tomorrow at 10am in Colby conference room. You can sign up for this visit on Naviance. Please check in with your B-Block teacher before attending the visit. You will be required to return to class following the visit and attendance will be turned into the Main Office.
Final call to sign up for Driver’s Education for the 2022-2023 school year. If you did not talk to your guidance counselor during your scheduling meeting, please make sure to reach out to them if you are interested in signing up. Signups will close tomorrow, March 9. After this deadline you will be automatically added to the waitlist regardless of your class standing and birthday.
Academy Theatre will be holding open auditions for Mamma Mia! on Thursday at 4:00pm in the Blackbox. Sign up-starts at 3:30pm. Check the Academy Theatre Canvas page, stop by the Blackbox, or email Mr. Walker for more information.
Attention current National Honor Society Members and Future Inductees: Our Mandatory Chapter Meeting has been moved to Tuesday 3/15 at 3:15pm. Current members will begin meeting in Fuller Hall and Inductees should report to Fuller Basement. See Mrs. Reed in the Guidance Office with any questions or concerns!
The Math team will compete in the UVM contest today in Fuller Basement at 3:30. Cash prizes are awarded for the top 8 scores in the state as well as regional prizes! All are welcome to join us for the UVM contest in Fuller Basement from 3:30-5:30.
Interested in Cheer and being a student Spirit Leader. Please come to an informational meeting Wednesday at 3:30 in Fuller Basement. Please email email@example.com, if you are unable to attend.
Channel your inner spider monkey and come join the Outing Club this Wednesday as we go to North Country Climbing Center! The bus will leave Brantview Drive at 3:35 and return by 5:30. Sign up in Campus Life and see Mr. Holden or Mr. Weiss for details.
Tech Storm, SJA’s Robotics Club, will be meeting today in Streeter 230 starting at 3:45. Feel free to stop by to see the robot and learn how to build another.
A reminder that SCOPE will meet today at 3:30 in Ranger 212. Current members should check your emails for the agenda. New members are always welcome!
Ok, so you think you have this climbing thing figured out from all the trips to the indoor gym on Wednesdays, well then come test your skills on a vertical sheet of ice this Sunday at Kinsman Notch! This may be the last opportunity we have this year to climb ice so go sign up in Campus Life now! You also must see Mr. Weiss to get fitted for ice climbing boots as well! Dare to explore!
This week, Salsa Steps will meet after conference period on Wednesday in Newell Hall 25. Please join us as we practice more salsa and bachata steps. Come get a little exercise and have fun dancing!
Help knock out Alzheimer’s by competing in the Dodgeball Tournament, Friday, March 11th at 1:00 PM in the Alumni Gym. The cost is $10 for a team of 6. Sign-ups are in Campus Life. All proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association as a part of Jill Carr’s Capstone. Check out posters around campus for details. If you have any questions, email Jillian.Carr@stjlabs.com. Please wear purple to show support!
Ever heard the phrases… Journey to the Tourney! Welcome to the Big Dance Baby! or Let the Madness Begin!… Well, it’s that time of year where you will hear these and many, many more crazy slogans all around the Madness of College Basketball in March. Come to the dining hall to join in the fun of Bracketology — no it is not a science class — it is even better! It is all about picking the winning team for the NCAA Men’s and Women’s College Basketball National Championship. Whether you fill out a bracket every year or this is your first time ever, it is always interesting and always fun to see who comes out on top in the end. Will it be a Cinderella year with upsets from underdogs or will the studs and stars prevail. Check out Bracketology 101 in the dining hall every day this week. Support the Class of 2024 by joining in the Madness and purchasing a bracket any day this week in the dining hall, $3.00 for one bracket $5.00 for two. The winning bracket wins a Dunkin Donuts party for their advisory and gets to pick a charity of their choice to donate a cash prize amount. We want to see Faculty, staff, and students alike all playing… Welcome to the Madness of March! See if you can survive to the end and be a part of the one shining moment!
In case you’ve forgotten, the Bowling Club meets today. The bus leaves Brantview Drive at 3:45 pm. See you there! Joke of the Week: Do you know why you should always be kind to your dentists? Answer: Because they have fillings too, you know.
Happy Birthday today to Ari Bernstein Saadia, Evan Daniell, Leila Jackson, and Lynn Li!