Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

October 26, 2022

Green Day


Attention Student Government Representatives — we will not meet this week. Check your stjlabs accounts on Friday to see some prompts to respond to before next week’s meeting. See Mr. Ryan or Rory with any questions.


The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good
citizenship. This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess good citizenship qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. These students are selected by their teachers and peers because they demonstrate these qualities to an outstanding degree. Please give a round of applause to our three nominees — Jonathan Kalach, Nathan Lenzini, and Lydia Wang. Seniors, a link has been sent to your stjlabs account. Please take a moment to vote on the Class of 2023’s nominees. Voting will end on October 31st at 3pm and the winner will be announced on November 1st. 


The following colleges have visits today: Husson University, George Washington University, Colby-Sawyer College, and Endicott College. The following colleges have visits on tomorrow: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and Southern New Hampshire University. Please see Naviance for details.


Mountain Bike Club meets today at 3:30 on Brantview Drive.


The Maker Space will be open for creativity and camaraderie this afternoon starting at 3:45. See you there!


Attention all new, returning, or curious Nordic Racers: there will be an information meeting next Monday in Ranger 117 to discuss equipment needs, practice schedules, and plans for the 2022-23 Nordic season. If you cannot attend, please reach out to Coach Jolliffe via email or stop by Ranger 117. Think Snow!


Robotics club will meet Friday this week after school until 4:30. This change is due to parent teacher conferences on Thursday. Next week we will resume our normal Thursday meetings. See you all there!


Without wasting another moment — here is Mr. Camelio’s Joke of the Week: Do you know why computers will never completely replace humans? They may become capable of artificial intelligence, but they will never master real stupidity!


GSU will not meet today. If you are interested in going on Tuesday’s trip to the Outright GSA conference, please email Mr. Quinn by the end of the day. 


Happy Birthday today to Garett Demers, Zhi Howes, and Andrew Thornton-Sherman!


Varsity Volleyball beat Lyndon Institute in the first round of playoffs, 3-0. They move on to play Essex on Saturday. 




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