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Daily Bulletin | Tuesday

May 3, 2022

Green Day

 

Tomorrow will be a Variety Day to benefit the Senior class. The cost is $1.00. Funds will support the end-of-year Senior activities. All are welcome to participate. Remember, attire must be school-appropriate, which means to leggings or jeans with holes in them. Thank you, from the Class of ’22! 

 

All 9th grade Health classes should report to the South Church for class today.

 

Students — please check your stjlabs email for an important survey from the Guidance Department. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey during advisory this morning.

 

National Honor Society will be running an e-waste collection event this Friday, May 6 from 1-4pm at the lower Field House parking lot just behind Morse Arts Center. We will be accepting old computers, computer hardware, monitors, printers, and televisions. E-waste is banned from Vermont landfills because it is toxic to the environment. Also, precious metals in electronics can be reclaimed and reused, so bring your old and unwanted electronics to the Field House this Friday, May 6 from 1-4. Contact Shelby Lizotte for more information.

 

The Academy Spring Concert will be this Wednesday at 7PM in the South Church Hall. Band, Jazz Band, String Ensemble, Chorus, and Hilltones will all perform an eclectic mix of selections from Mozart to Broadway and beyond. Admission is free!

 

Attention all artists, poets, filmmakers, and history buffs — don’t miss out on the Fireside Literary Series speaker event of the semester on Wednesday. Poet Shanta Lee Gander will be talking about the poetry of eighteenth-century black Vermont poet Lucy Terry Prince, and filmmaker Jay Craven will talk about his current project making a feature-length film about her eventful life. We’ll meet at 3:30 at the Library Fireside. All are welcome!

 

The latest issue of The Clear River Review, the Academy’s journal for the arts and literature, has arrived! All are welcome to come celebrate with the newly published artists and writers at launch, which will take place on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Library Fireside. Come check out the beautiful new book! Copies will be available for sale for $15. See you there!

 

Attention Spanish club members, we will meet after school today and tomorrow to finalize the details of the Hispanic Festival. See you in Profe Orozco’s classroom.

 

You’re invited to Morse to see Visual Art Capstone artwork by Rylee Johnson, Kayanna Burns, Colin White, Emma Buhner, Emma Suker, Marcella Milne, Madigan Maurer and Desiree Mendez. Most of the work is in Morse lobby, but don’t miss Colin White’s photographs across from the Photography studio, Morse 204, and Desiree Mendez’s drawings on the third floor at the top of the stairs. Please leave comments for the artists in the books provided near their artwork.

 

If you were at Res Fest, you saw Joey Zhuo’s fancy dance moves! Now, come check out his fancy badminton moves! Badminton Club meets today right after CP in the Field House. Badminton. Today. Field House. 

 

Attention mountain bikers! Hilltopper MTB will be running two club rides in May to prepare for an optional Vermont Youth Cycling scrimmage on May 22. Club rides will leave from Brantview Drive at 3:45 on Wednesday, May 11 and Wednesday, May 18. The first 12 riders that get their forms signed and back to Mr. Bentley will get on the bus.  Forms are available with Mr. LaCroix in the Campus Life Office and in Mr. Bentley’s classroom, Ranger 209.

 

Happy Birthday today to Omar Kalis Macias, Coulson Angell, Warren Kingsbury, and Charlie Hunt!

 

VARSITY BASEBALL/SOFTBALL @ BFA – ST. ALBANS 4:30, please dismiss the teams at 12:30

JV BASEBALL/SOFTBALL vs. BFA- ST. ALBANS 4:30, please dismiss baseball at 2:10 and softball at 2:30

UNIFIED BASKETBALL @ LYNDON INSTITUTE 3:30, please dismiss the team at 2:00

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

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

GIRLS ULTIMATE @ MIDDLEBURY 4:00, please dismiss the team at 12:15

 

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