Daily Bulletin | Wednesday
Attention Sophomores and Juniors interested in applying for membership to the National Honor Society. The NHS application can be found at bit.ly/SJANHS22. The application deadline is this Friday, January 14. Please direct any questions to Mrs. Reed at email@example.com or by stopping into the Guidance office.
Senior Class! Naviance is constantly being updated with new scholarship opportunities and deadlines are approaching! Take a peek to make sure you are taking advantage of all the opportunities available to you!
Good morning, Class of 2023 — it is that time of year! On April 13, there will be a school day SAT offered for those who are interested. You should have received a google form in your stjlabs email. Please make sure you fill out this form by February 9! Please email Ms. Carr (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!
Good morning, Class of 2024, it is that time of year for you all as well! On April 13, there will be a school day PSAT10 offered for those who are interested! You should have received a google form in your stjlabs email. Please make sure you fill out this form by February 9th! Please email Ms. Carr (email@example.com) with any questions!
The Gender and Sexuality Union meets today after school in Colby 207.
The Breathing Room will start up meditation next week. We hope you had a relaxing break and are maintaining your inner calm this first week of the new semester. See you next Wednesday in NH 10!
Interested in job opportunities in Vermont? Check in with Mr. Carr via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the virtual Vermont Job Fairs.
Science Olympiad will meet today and tomorrow in Streeter 241 after school from 3:30-4:30. Please let Mr. Eckel know if you have a conflict.
SCOPE will hold its first meeting of the new year next Tuesday, January 17, at 3:30 in Ranger 212. For those of you who don’t know, the acronym SCOPE stands for “Students Creating Opportunities for Positive Engagement.” The club is student-driven, research-based, and dedicated to providing students from all backgrounds the opportunity to promote grass-roots leadership initiatives on campus and in their local or global community. We always welcome new members, so please stop by and check us out. You can also see Mrs. Begin in Ranger 208 or Mrs. Morris in Ranger 212 with any questions. Hope to see you there!
Join the Outing Club for our first ice climbing trip of 2022! No experience? No worries — we have highly trained staff that will teach you the techniques needed to scale frozen waterfalls. Step outside your comfort zone and start the semester out right by joining us this Sunday, January 16th. The trip will depart from Brantview Drive at 9:30 and will be back around 3pm. If you are interested, you must see Mr. Weiss for a boot fitting and get a permission slip from Campus Life. See Mr. Weiss or Mr. Bowen for details about the trip.
Happy Birthday today to Emily Counter, Sophie Roush, and Cole Walton!
Over the holiday break, the Academy Nordic team braved cold temperatures and sketchy trail conditions to compete in three meets. Both boys and girls finished in third place at the Craftsbury Freestyle Competition on December 21. The Hilltoppers Boys were paced by Sisu Lange and Nathan Lenzini, who finished in 16th and 18th place respectively. The girls were led by Siri Jolliffe, Mary Fowler, and Maren Giese who finished in 18th, 19th, and 20th respectively in a large, competitive field.
At the Hilltopper’s home meet on January 4 , youth ruled the day as freshman Sisu Lange and sophomore Nick Reed led the Hilltoppers boys with their 7th and 11th place finishes. The boys finished in third place overall. The Hilltopper girls were again led by strong races from Siri Jolliffe and Mary Fowler for their third-place overall finish.
Finally, on January 7, the Hilltoppers competed at Kingdom Trails against LI and BFA Fairfax. The girls finished first with Aliza Wright’s impressive first place finish, followed by Siri Jolliffe in 3rd, Maddy Blanchard in 7th, and Delaney Rankin in 8th. The boys finished in 2nd place overall behind a strong BFA Fairfax team. Sisu Lange finished in 2nd place followed by a Nathan Lenzini in 7th. The Hilltopper Nordic team races today at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center.
Over break the indoor track team competed in 4 meets at UVM. Evan Thornton-Sherman leads the state in the 1,000m, 1500m and 3000m runs. Brooke White is second in the shot put and weight throw, and Andrew Thornton-Sherman is 3rd in the 600m rankings. The team placed 3rd out of 15 competing schools at last weekend’s meet.
WRESTLING vs. CVU 5:00
NORDIC @ CRAFTSBURY CLASSICAL RACE 2:00, please dismiss the teams at 11:30