Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

April 6, 2022

White Day


Mr. Despins’ Sports Medicine II classes are to meet in Ms. McGarvin’s classroom, Streeter 225, for class today.


Attention all National Honor Society Members and Incoming Inductees: the ceremony rehearsal has been rescheduled from Friday afternoon to Sunday at 1:45pm. Check your STJlabs email for additional information about Sunday’s ceremony and see Mrs. Reed in Guidance with any questions.


Attention International Students — any student wanting to take the May 14 TOEFL must register by April 14. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at mmccaffrey@stjlabs.com or stop by the Guidance Office to register. Space is limited and priority will be given to juniors.


Due to some unforeseen circumstances, the Outing Club will not meet this week. Look for announcements next week when we will resume our indoor climbing.


Students interested in applying to Upward Bound, please stop by the Guidance Office today.


Badminton Club meets in the Field House today right after CP. Badminton. Today. Field House.


Science Olympiad will meet today, Wednesday April 6 this week from 3:30-4:30 in Streeter 241. If you are in sports and cannot meet, contact Mr. Eckel about how you can participate during April and May. 


Are you ready to try out Science Fair? Do you have a question that is crying out for evidence from experiments you want to do? Maybe have something you want to observe carefully over a period of time to better understand? Interested in maybe even winning recognition and prizes floating your boat in the pool of wonder? Then join us at Science Fair to learn about how to develop and conduct a research plan on Monday, April 11. Meet in Streeter 241 with Mr. Eckel 3:30-4:30.  


Happy Belated Birthday yesterday to Colton Masure and Dominic Warren. Happy Birthday today to Oliver Huntington, Madalyn Atkinson, and Grace Hagler-Ellis!


Girls Ultimate Frisbee beat BFA-St. Albans, 15-2. 


Boys Varsity Ultimate beat BFA-St. Albans, 15-11.


In the 10 team track and field meet at Burlington yesterday, Ozzy Alsaid Ahmed won the pole vault and triple jump for the boys. Connor Collins won the 110 hurdles, Hale Boyden the 1500, Nathaniel Bernier the 3000 and Andrew Thornton-Sherman the 300 hurdles. The boys also won all three relays to win the meet 250 to 182 for runner up Essex. The Girls were led by Lizzy Jones as she won the long jump, triple jump and pole vault to a second place finish. Other event winners were Brooke White in the shot put, Hazel Fay in the 300 hurdles and the 4×400 relay of Brooke, Hazel, Franny Cozzens and Desiree Mendez.


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