SJA Summer Educational Symposium

Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

May 5, 2021

Green Cohort Day

 

All Students, Faculty, and Staff: Don’t forget to order your lunch today for next week! Please do so by clicking on the link on your Advisory Page in Canvas. The link will close tomorrow morning at 8:45 a.m.

 

Attention AP students who have an exam tomorrow: Please check your stjlabs email today for important exam day instructions.

 

The first day of the Senior Auction started with a bang! Check out the current bids on your favorite items. Some are ripe for the picking. There are also a couple of new items on the Senior Auction webpage. See if you can find them!

 

The latest edition of the Clear River Review is here! The latest edition is beautiful! Take a peek at the front desk of the library. The virtual launch and celebration will take place tomorrow, Thursday, at 7p.m. Please contact Mrs. Mackenzie or Ms. Drew if you’d like to have a Zoom link to the event or if you’d like to purchase a copy.

 

The Gay Straight Union will be meeting today at 3:30pm in Ranger 210. If you would like to attend in person or via Zoom, please email Mr. Quinn at emmet.quinn@stjalbs.com for more information.

It’s that time of year when we should all think about getting our library books returned. If you are still reading them, by all means, take the time to finish them. Otherwise, find them and drop them off at the library or to the drop box in the dining hall, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about as we wrap up the school year.

 

Did you know you can check out library books for the entire summer? Yes, you can! Freshman through Juniors who have returned all past dues can take books home for the summer—as many as you want. Not sure what to check out? Come explore the library displays and browse the shelves. In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, the display You Are Not Alone features wall-to-wall YA fiction about young people struggling with mental health issues in themselves, their friends, their family. Heart-breaking, triumphant, authentic, healing, these are just plain great stories. #Break the stigma. Also on display: Meow, Moo, Woof—The Animals You Love, Newest Fiction, Newest Non-Fiction, and the ever-popular Manga! Manga! Manga! Get ready to read! Email: library@stjlabs.com or drop by the library after school Mondays through Thursdays before 5 PM. 

 

Happy Birthday today to Ella Klein, Javier Mourey Fernandez, and Gavin Dufour.

 

Varsity Baseball lost to Essex, 6-3, and the JV team lost, 13-2.

 

Boys Tennis beat North Country, 6-1.

 

JV Softball lost to Essex, 6-2; however, the Varsity Softball team beat Essex for the first time in 11 years, 4-3.

 

The girls track and field team won the 11-school meet at North Country yesterday, 197 to 117 over runner up U-32. Lizzy Jones won the 100 hurdles and pole vault, Hanna Angell the shot put and discus, and Isabel Bostic the high jump, to lead the girls. The boys won 251 to 149 over U-32. Myles Thornton-Sherman won the pole vault and 400m, Denzel Ebohon the 100 and 200, and Evan Thornton- Sherman won the 800 and 1500 to help secure the win for the boys.

 

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