Daily Bulletin | Wednesday
A reminder that tomorrow we will follow the Fashion Show schedule. At 8:00am, Freshmen and Sophomores should report directly to Fuller Hall, and Juniors and Seniors should report directly to their advisory room locations. At 8:40, the two groups will switch, and Juniors and Seniors will report to Fuller, and Freshmen and Sophomores will report to their advisory locations. A block will begin at 9:20am.
Good morning designers and models! The circus is coming to town! We need all models and designers to attend rehearsals on Tuesday and Wednesday. That’s today! Rehearsals will run from 3:30 to 5:30 in Fuller Hall. If you have already reached out to Ms. Darling regarding scheduling conflicts, thank you! There are a many conflicting events, but these are our only opportunities to rehearse before Thursday’s show! So, don’t be silly, and please show up!
Attention International Students — Any student wanting to take the May 14 TOEFL must register by the end of the school day tomorrow! See Mrs. McCaffrey in the Guidance Office to register. Space is limited and priority will be given to juniors.
Weather permitting, the Outing Club will meet at the SJA climbing wall tomorrow at 3:45. If you are interested, see Mr. Weiss or Mr. Holden let them know you would like to attend. If it is raining, we will not meet and will resume all climbing activities and trips after the break. Dare to explore!
GSU and Chess Club will not be meeting today. See you after break!
Interested in job opportunities in Vermont? Check in with Mr. Carr via email at email@example.com for more information on the virtual Vermont Job Fairs.
Mrs. McGarvin’s Intro to Human Services class would like to remind folks that the deadline to submit coloring contest entries is Thursday morning — preferably before A block. Coloring sheets were provided to advisories as part of our awareness campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, as a follow up to the Wear Teal Day event. Advisories are being asked to complete coloring sheets in advisory time, and within each advisory, select the best coloring sheet completed and submit it to Mrs. McGarvin’s mailbox or room S225 no later than Thursday morning April 14. Please include the student and advisors name on the back of sheets submitted for judging. Students of the Intro to Human Services class will judge the sheets during E block on Thursday April 14; The winning sheet/advisory will be announced in Chapel when we return from break and will receive a fabulous gift basket to share during advisory time later that week!
Happy Birthday today to Fabiana Tommasi Morales and Amari Trott!
GIRLS TENNIS vs. MONTPELIER 3:30, please dismiss the team at 2:10
VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE @ LAMOILLE 4:30, please dismiss the team at 1:30
Girls JV Lacrosse lost to CVU, 15-4.
Boys Varsity Tennis beat Mt. Mansfield, 7-0.
At yesterday’s track and field meet at Rutland, the boys were led by Jaden Thomson’s wins in the 200 and 400 and Connor Collin’s and Aidan Brody’s sweep of the hurdles to the win. The boys outscored the other three teams combined. The girl’s also outscored Rutland, Windsor and West Rutland combined as Desiree Mendez won the 100 and 300 hurdles, Hazel Fay won the 400 and Katie Ryan the 800.