Daily Bulletin | Tuesday
Today, St. Johnsbury Academy will be host an NVAC league cross country meet after school. The entrances and exits to South Main Street and Barker Avenue will be closed. All traffic must exit on Brantview Drive. Please exit slowly and safely as there will be many visitors on campus. Thank you from the Athletics Department and SJA’s cross country athletes.
A point of clarification so that we are all on the same page: earbuds are not allowed in the lunchroom. This is a safety concern as earbuds may prevent you from hearing directions/alerts in an emergency situation.
Auditions for Academy Theatre’s fall production of CLUE will be Thursday and Friday this week after school from 3:30-5:30pm. The Audition Sign Up Sheet will be available starting at 3:00pm on Thursday and Friday. Please note: you do not have to attend both days of auditions. Callbacks will be scheduled next week. Actors-please prepare a short comedic monologue which does not have to be memorized. More audition info is posted on the Canvas page. Please email Mr. Walker with any questions.
Attention all former and current Japanese language students: Don’t forget our informational meeting today in Newell Hall 24 after conference period. This will be a great opportunity to find out more details about the April 2023 trip and to ask questions. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Mr. Mesics.
Tenth and Eleventh graders that are interested in the summer 2023 exchange program in Germany should plan to attend tomorrow’s meeting with Mr. Ehrean. You will find him in the Colwell Center in the basement of the library at 3:30.
The Chess Club will meet today in the beach area on the second floor of Streeter. Come check it out at 3:45.
Science Olympiad meets this week in Streeter 241 with purpose!! Wednesday to complete Bridge Construction and talk about Waves, Thursday to work on Fermi Estimations and Waves, and Friday to Break Bridges and practice Fermi Estimations and Waves.
Have you ever wondered how a society of nearly 124 million people can peacefully co-exist in a space smaller than California (population 40 million) without significant wildfires, drought, or crime, then come to our first Japan Club meeting of 2022. We have a strong group of student leaders, and we are excited about upcoming Japan Club activities. Who knows, you might make a new friend from another part of the world. We will meet today in Newell Hall 24 at 3:35pm. We are looking for enthusiastic, eager students who want to expand their knowledge of Japan. We hope you can attend!
Interested in making a difference in your community with a group of like-minded students? If so, come to the Make it Better Club today at 3:35. We will meet in R208. This is a student led club so come with your ideas! See Ms. Anson, Mrs. Begin, or Mrs. Morris with any questions.
If you’re interested in international affairs, public speaking, and problem solving, the Model UN club is for you. We are always looking for new members, both for our weekly meetings and for conferences that we plan to attend. This week’s meeting will be held today in the Colwell Center (in the basement of the library) at 3:35. We look forward to seeing you there!
Do you like shopping? Do you like to spend time analyzing the stock market? Do you like the idea of finding probabilities in Casino-type games? Do you like sports statistics? What do these all have in common? Numbers!
Attention mountain bikers: check your stjlabs email today for important information regarding registration for this Saturday’s race and Wednesday’s club ride. Email Mr. Bentley before 3pm today to reserve your spot on the bus Wednesday.
We love numbers too! Come join Math Club today after school in Severance 15, that’s a new location, Severance 15 (the old ResLife lounge) from 3:40pm-4:45pm. Contact Mr. Kinsella or Mr. Stapleford if you have any questions. Be there or be squared!
Outing Club will meet today at 3:35 at the rock-climbing wall in front of the Green Dorm.
Happy Birthday today to Hannah Keith and Lexi Guibord!
JV Football beat Mt. Mansfield, 46-12.
Varsity Girls Soccer hosted Lake Region yesterday afternoon and won 4-2. Hannah Amadon had 2 Goals, and 2 assists in the game. Sophia Shippee and Margaret Zschau also scored a goal. Kaylee McCaffrey and Maren Nitsche both added an assist. JV Girls Soccer beat Lake Region 6-0.
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY @ NORTH COUNTRY 4:30, please release the team at 2:15
VARSITY/JV BOYS SOCCER @ BRATTLEBORO 4:00, please release the teams at 1:00
VARSITY/JV VOLLEYBALL vs. ENOSBURG 4:30/6:00
BOYS & GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY MEET 3:30, please release the teams at 3:00