Daily Bulletin | Wednesday
A reminder that Winter Carnival has been rescheduled for this Friday, March 4, 2022. Chapel will begin at 8:00, with the events starting immediately after Chapel. Friday will also be Class Color Day — Seniors: Black, Juniors: Blue, Sophomores: White, Freshmen: Green.
Hey, Seniors! Join us today and tomorrow for dance-off practice. We’ll begin today after CP in Fuller Basement. We’ve got something really great already started, and we’d love to see you there!
Sophomores Winter Carnival is still on which means it’s time to finish strong with our Banner and Dance. Come to the Dining Hall after school today from 3:30 -4:30 to learn the routine that is already Hip Hopping and rocking from 9-5, and see you in Severance 22 after school for the finishing touches to the banner! See you there, Class of 2024!
We are never gonna give this up! Dance-Off meets this afternoon from 3:30-4:30 in South Church Basement. Bring your best moves and a friend. See you there!
The Gender and Sexuality Union meets today after school in Colby 207.
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.
Welcome back Math Team! Today we are hosting MathCon in Fuller Basement at 3:30. You need to bring a computer and your graphing calculator. Math club today at 3:30 in Fuller basement. Bring a device!
Free! Free! Who doesn’t love free stuff? Swing by the Morse lobby and check out the tables of free books! There is something for everyone — take what you would like!
HOPE (Helping Other People Every day) thrift store is having their annual used prom dress sale. They are located at 136 Church Street in Lyndonville and are open 10 AM to 5 PM Tuesday to Friday and 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday. Shop early for the best selection. Anyone who is looking for a prom dress on a budget should stop in and check it out!
Happy Birthday today to Daniel Houde!
The Academy Wrestling team placed 8th as a team at the Vermont State Wrestling tournament, which was a fantastic outcome with only 7 wrestlers competing. Carbur Rousseau placed 6th in the 152-pound weight class, Austin Strang placed 5th in the 126-pound weight class, Sanat Amamtayev placed 5th in the 195-weight class, and Ozzy Alsaid placed 2nd in the 160-pound class, which qualified him for New Englands. Coach Stark, Rodrick and DJ are very proud of your accomplishments, perseverance and determination given this very challenging year. Congratulations to the team!
The SJA Gymnastics team had a fantastic season finale finishing second at the VT High school Gymnastics State Meet. The SJA team went in seeded second with a 9 win-1 loss record and knew it would be a tough competition with four other teams vying for that second-place spot as well. Glentz Brush placed 14th all around with a 33.3, Cushing earned 10th with a 34.105 and Jones closed out her high school career with her personal best all-around score and 2nd place with a 37.375. All three seniors- Jones, Cushing, and fellow captain, Sabrina Lamar along with teammates Glentz Brush, Katy Noonan, Aniela Thompson and Lydia Zetong Wang all had bright spots throughout the meet. Lamar and Thompson performed their best floor routines of the year, Noonan performed her fly away dismount for the first time in a competition, and Glentz Brush- competed all around as a freshman, and Wang entertained the crowd with her artistic floor routine that showed off her grace and flexibility. Congratulations to the entire team on a great season!