Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

October 5, 2022

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All Juniors and any senior who has not submitted a senior photo — please stop by Fuller Hall today or tomorrow during your free block to have your photo taken for the yearbook!


Science Olympiad meets today and Thursday after CP in Streeter 241 to work on Disease Detectives and Forensics events.


Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers! The following colleges have visits today: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at Daytona, Paul Smith’s College, Salve Regina University, and University of Southern Maine. The following college has a visit tomorrow: St. Lawrence University. Please be sure to check Naviance for all details. 


We have an Army National Guard recruiter on campus today for a visit at 9am in Colby Conference Room. Please check in with your teachers before the visit if you plan to attend.


Anyone interested in the Upward Bound program, Rick Williams, the Director, will be on campus tomorrow during C-block in the Colby Conference Room. Please stop by during your lunch period if you would like to learn more.


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


The Academy Historical Society will not meet today due to a scheduling conflict. We will see you next Wednesday in the archives!


Unfortunately, the Maker Space will not be available this afternoon. Please stop by to see Dr. Desjardins in Streeter 222 if you are waiting for a 3D print, or to arrange an alternate time to access the tools! We look forward to seeing you again next week.


Happy Birthday today to Gloria Dai, Victoria Scherer, and a special Happy Birthday to Melissa Kopelman Valverde from Ms. Greenstone’s D and E Block classes!


Yesterday, the girls cross county team won the NVAC Mountain Division League meet, beating teams from sixteen other schools. Bennett Crance finished 1st, Siri Jolliffe 3rd, and Jasmine Engle, Peyton Qualter, freshman Macy Moore, and Maddie Blanchard finished 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th respectively. Each Hilltopper girl claimed a PR, shaving in some cases over 2 1/2 minutes from their past times on the challenging course.


For the Boys team, Andrew Thornton-Sherman, Carson Eames, and Charlie Krebs placed 1-3 with Nathaniel Bernier 5th and Ari Levin 8th to provide the scoring for the Toppers as they remain undefeated in VT competition. Thanks to all who helped put the meet on and came to cheer the teams on. 


BOYS GOLF — D1 QUARTERFINALS, please dismiss the team at 12:45

VARSITY/JV BOYS SOCCER vs. SOUTH BURLINGTON 4:30, please dismiss the teams at 2:30


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