Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

October 12, 2022

White Day

 

Mr. Legge will be set up on the Fuller stage for make-up photos tomorrow, Thursday, October 13. If you have not had your photo taken for the yearbook, regardless of whether you plan to purchase photos or not, please be sure to stop by Fuller Hall during your free block tomorrow!

 

Attention International Students — the registration deadline for the November 12th TOEFL is Thursday, October 20. Any student needing to take the November 12th TOEFL should stop by the Guidance Office to register with Mrs. McCaffrey.

 

Attention mountain bikers: check your stjlabs email for important information about club rides this week and registration for this weekend’s race. Today’s club ride meets at Brantview Drive at 3:30.

 

Outing Club will meet right after school today at 3:35 at the climbing wall.

 

A reminder that Writer’s Block will meet tomorrow, Thursday, at 3:30 in Ranger 110. Bring your notebook and join in for writing time, tea, and cookies!  All are welcome.

 

The Maker Space is back in action this week for creativity and camaraderie. Maybe some Spirit Week or Halloween costume accessories are on your DIY list? Join us in Streeter 141 today starting at 3:45.

 

Say yes to the Youth Environmental Summit. It’s where 9th and 10th graders learn about solutions to environmental problems.  And you can learn about organizing and empowering folks to produce positive action.  Information and sign-ups Thursday after CP in Streeter 241. Questions can be sent to Mr. Eckel or brought to any science teacher.

 

If your class is going to show the most spirit next week, it is in your control. Everything you do to show spirit will add to the spirit shown by your classmates. This starts the unstoppable chain reaction of Hilltopper pride. You have the power to make this happen, WE have the power to make this happen. Remember there is no “I” in cardboard. There is no “self” in cardboard. There is no “sus” in cardboard. But there is “rad” in cardboard, so as they would say in the 80s, be rad and collect cardboard for next week’s Bonfire. More to come about the drop-off.

 

And now — for your Wednesday Joke of the Week from Mr. Camelio… Did you hear about the person who stayed up all night to see where the sun went? It finally dawned on him.

 

Happy Birthday today to Nevaeh Manassa-Curnin!

 

This past Saturday the girl’s cross country team finished 2nd overall at the Harwood Invitational. Bennett Crance led the Hilltoppers with a 7th place finish, followed by Siri Jolliffe, 9th grader Macy Moore, Maddie Blanchard, and Ava Purdy. 

 

Yesterday the girls ran in a four-team race at Lamoille. Lead by Maddie Blanchard’s 2nd place finish, freshman Macy Moore’s 3rd place finish, and strong performances by Lilly Laskowski (5th place overall), Ivy Pavick (10th place), and Patricia Novotna (12 place), the girls edged out second place Lamoille 26-29 to win the meet.

 

The boys XC team won the 4 school meet at Lamoille yesterday. They were led by Ryan Callaghan’s individual win, with Wilder Thomas, Brennan O’Farrell, Gavin Maney and Sebastian Najri providing the scoring.

 

VARSITY/JV GIRLS SOCCER vs. BFA-ST. ALBANS 4:00, please release the teams at 2:30

JV GIRLS VOLLEYBALL @ MID-VERMONT 4:30, please release the team at 1:15

 

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