Headmaster’s Newsletter

Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

September 28, 2022

White Day


Seniors — please remain in Fuller after Chapel for Class Officer candidate speeches. 


Good morning from the Student Life Office — quick reminder that the parking lot behind the Field House is off limits to students during the school day unless you have a pass from a teacher or the Main Office. 


Attention Student Gov Reps. — you will meet tomorrow at 7:20 in the Mayo Lounge. Please let Mr. Ryan or Rory know if you have conflicts or questions.


Due to its overwhelming popularity, Afternoon Study is permanently moving to the Learning Center, located upstairs in the library. The advantage of this move is that the Learning Center will also be available until 4:30 every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. We look forward to seeing you!


The Intro to Baking classes will have a bake sale outside of the Library right after school on Thursday. Pumpkin whoopie pies, cookies, and apple muffins will be some of the items offered. Please stop by and see what we have.


There are still a few spots open for the Lake Tahoe trip. If you are interested, please see Ms. Dickinson in Severance 22 by Thursday afternoon. Be ready for adventure!


Hilltopper Mountain Biking meets today at 3:30 on Brantview Drive.


What’s Up Doc? The South Church is overflowing with carrots, peppers, and onions. It will take a big crew to get everything processed for the food shelves.  We will start rocking after school, tomorrow, Thursday, September 29. Come on down and feed the people!


The Maker Space will be open this afternoon for creativity and camaraderie. Join us starting at 3:45 in Streeter 141 — no experience necessary!


Hello from the Make it Better Club! This is a reminder that we’re still taking donations for the birthday bash bags for the next two weeks! Look for the posters around campus for ideas about what to bring in. Get your donations to your advisor, and we’ll do the rest. Thanks for making a kid smile!


And now, it wouldn’t be Wednesday without Mr. Camelio’s Joke of the Week: Yesterday I saw a guy spill all his scrabble letters on the road. I asked him, “So, what’s the word on the street”? 😊


Happy Birthday today to Spencer Hayes, Phoebe DeLaBruere, Hannah Powers, and a special Happy Birthday to Bri Bunnell from the Begin/Giddings Advisory!


The food drive totals are in! 


In 4th place, with 89 items — the Juniors! Congratulations to the Cattrell Advisory for bringing in the most items from the Junior Class.


In 3rd place, with 136 items — the Seniors! Congratulations to the Bentley Advisory for bringing in the most from the Senior Class! 


In 2nd place, with 227 items — the Sophomores! The winner of this class will be mentioned shortly!


And in 1st place, with 291 items — the 9th Grade Class! Congratulations to the McGarvin/Farnham advisory for bringing in 76 items! 


This brings our actual donated items to 743 total items valued at over $1,100. We also raised an additional $935.00 from our Variety Day, bringing our total contribution to the Kingdom Community Services Food Shelf to $2,035.  


A couple of special shout-outs to Mr. LaCroix for his tracking and tallying of donations, and to Mr. Roberts and Mr. Bugbee and their D and E block students for delivering the food to Kingdom Community Services.


Attention Class of 2025- In the last week’s food donation competition for the 2025 Class Crown, podium position #3 goes to the Karen Stark advisory with 45 items donated, podium position #2 goes to the Sayarath advisory with 51 items donated, and the Class Crown is retained by the Eckhardt advisory with over 84 items donated! Thank you to all Sophomore advisories for your efforts in last week’s Food Drive. You donated a lot of food that will help to support local families.


JV-B Boys Soccer tied CVU, 3-3.


GIRLS GOLF @ CVU-CEDAR KNOLL 4:00, please release the team at 12:30


VARSITY/JV BOYS SOCCER @ CVU 4:30, please release the teams at 1:00




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