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Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

October 13, 2021

Attention 9th Graders: Display your school spirit and class unity in the form of a stylish hoodie. Get your 2025 Class sweatshirt order and $22 payment into your advisor by Thursday. 

 

Intaglio Society is cancelled for this week. See you next week!

 

The Salsa Steps group will meet today in Newell Hall 25 for some fun exercise and salsa music!

 

The Breathing Room welcomes all those interested in cultivating inner calm. We’ll meet today after school in Newell Hall 10. Beginners and experienced meditators are invited.

 

Badminton Club meets on Stowe Green today right after Conference Period. 

 

Hey, book lovers, the library skeletons need your help! Say yes to the skeletons: search the library for a book with skulls or skeletons or bones on the cover. Bring it to the circulation desk. If it fits the bill, you win a treat, no tricks. Then put that book into the Halloween book display, and never forget: your librarians adore a convincing argument. If you find a book that you feel should be included in the display, make a case for it! We’re listening. “Won’t You Be My Spooky Boo,” on display through Halloween. And if you like classic creepy poetry, the raven says, “Go Big and Go Gothic.” Enjoy a display of the scariest poems by Gothic superstar poets!

 

Happy Birthday today to Zephyr Hill Barnes, Morgan Keach, and Brooke White!

 

Boys JV-A Soccer lost to South Burlington, 8-1, but beat Brattleboro, 4-0.

 

Varsity Girls Soccer lost to South Burlington, 2-0.

 

Boys JV-B Soccer beat Spaulding, 6-1, and tied Hartford, 2-2.

 

Varsity Volleyball lost to BFA, 3-2, and the JV team lost, 2-0.

 

Boys’ Varsity Soccer lost to South Burlington, 4-2, but defeated Brattleboro on Saturday, 1-0. Jorge Trade scored, assisted by Keiya Fujiwara. Fernando Fernandez got the shutout in goal.

 

Varsity Field Hockey lost to U-32, 2-0, but beat Spaulding, 2-1.  The JV team beat Spaulding, 5-0.  Last night, Varsity Field Hockey beat Montpelier, 3-0. 

 

On Saturday at the Manhattan College Invitational, one of the largest high school meets in the Northeast, Evan Thornton-Sherman placed 5th in the Championship race. He was the top New England finisher in the meet.  Andrew Thornton-Sherman placed 20th in the Varsity C race to also medal in the event.

 

VARSITY/JV GIRLS SOCCER @ BFA-ST. ALBANS 4:00, please release the teams at 12:30

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL vs. MID VERMONT 5:15

 

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