Daily Bulletin | Tuesday

February 7, 2023

Green/White/SJA Gear Variety Day


A reminder that tomorrow is “Anything but a Backpack Variety Day.” Dress down and bring anything but your backpack to carry all of your everyday school needs! Thursday will be Class Theme Day and Friday is Class Color Day! 


Applications for the Governors Institute of Vermont are open for all 9th Graders through Juniors from Vermont! The Governor’s institute is an intensive learning summer program hosted at college campuses all over the state. This year they are offering programs in art, astronomy, engineering, entrepreneurship, environmental science and technology, global issues and youth action, health and medicine, mathematical sciences, and technology and design. For more information you can check out their website at giv.org or stop by the Guidance Office. The application deadline is April 3rd.


The Baking and Pastry class will have a Bake Sale after Winter Carnival Pep Chapel on Thursday on the Library steps. Items for sale will include chocolate chip cookies, pumpkin and chocolate whoopie pies, and cinnamon rolls. Cash sales only!


Greetings Seniors! Thank you all for being here, and congratulations to all of you that have passed capstone-this past semester! Also, thank you for being here and embracing our final semester together. It is now the time to rock! Like you do and have done. It’s time to rise up and find your internal spirit, a spirit that has risen above all else, above the Kardashians, above world politics, above social and capstone stress, a world of survivors. Personal strength and alliances will get us through. So, survive and know our theme is Survivor! Congratulations, your theme has spoken! Find a friend, make new alliances and come to the skit in Res life, the Banner in Morse 202, and the dance in the dance studio. Make a new friend, a new alliance, and arrive also with and old one. Let’s do this people. 2023 Rocks! 


Gordon Ramsey is inviting all juniors to show up, to turn up the heat in the kitchen to crush it for Winter Carnival. Not sure where to go? “Well don’t get your knickers in a twist.” The Banner is smokin’ hot already in SV 22, the pot has been stirred up with the skit in SV 23 and the Dance in Fuller Basement is ready to be topped off. See you today after school starting at 3:30 to help make the magic happen on the second floor of Severance or in Fuller Basement. Come check out what’s cookin’. Class of 2024 rules!


Attention Sophomores: The Skit, Banner, and Dance-Off meetings continue this afternoon. Skit will be in SV15, like yesterday; Dance-Off will meet in the Black Box, like yesterday; and the banner is moving to Mr. Bugbee’s room, Streeter 146, starting today.  We’ll see you this afternoon!


Clarification about Friday’s Foul Shot Competition, “Foul” is spelled F-O-U-L and involves basketball free throws. It is not spelled F-O-W-L, so we want to make sure that you all know that no chickens will be hurt in this event. We regret any outrage this caused.


Speaking of regret and outrage, if you don’t show up to Thursday’s Paper Airplane Throwing Contest, you will most likely regret that decision for many years to come.


Happy Birthday today to Shane Hunsicker, and a special Happy Birthday to Brody Ryan from Mr. Ryan, and to Ivy Pavick from the Levesque advisory!


On Saturday at UVM, the girls had their best meet of the season to place 3rd at the Vermont State Championships. Brooke White won the individual championship in the 600m to lead the team. Brooke also placed 2nd in triple jump and 4th in the 300. Willa Kantrowitz took 3rd in the 600 and 4th in the 55 Hurdles. Wisteria Franklin added a 4th in the 1000 and 5th in the 3000m to add team points.


The boys had a great day, winning the State Championship! Along with a great team effort throughout the meet, Andrew Bugbee, Andrew Thornton- Sherman, and Jaden Beardsley joined Deigo Perez as individual state champions.  The 4×200, 4×400 and 4×800 relays teams also added event championships to the team victory.


Boys Varsity Basketball beat Burlington, 61- 44.  Kerrick Medose scored 15 points, Rex Hauser & Harry Geng scored 14 points, and Aidan Brody scored 11 points. Last week, the team beat Colchester, 54-48. 


Kingdom Blades beat Harwood, 12-0, with 6 different players making goals for the team!


Congratulations to the STJ Cheer team for their 3rd place finish in the NVAC competition on Saturday! vGoing against 5 out of 7 teams in their division, they scored 132.5 points competing in level 7 out of 10 skills. They compete again this Saturday at Mill River High School for the VCCA Competition!





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