Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

January 25, 2023

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Attention creative writing classes: please do not forget to report to the Mayo Center directly after Chapel. Get ready for a great day of writing!


Student Government will now meet on Friday, instead of Thursday, at 7:20 in Fuller Basement and not the Mayo Lounge. Different day, different location, but same mission of making 2023 the best Winter Carnival ever!


Sophomores, the registration link for the PSAT 10 is now active. Check your stjlabs email for a link sent by Ms. Carr. The deadline to sign up is tomorrow! Stop by the Guidance Office with any questions.


For those that took the October PSAT, please stop by the Guidance Office today to pick up your score reports.


An Army National Guard recruiter will be on campus today from 9:00-9:30 in Colby Conference Room. Be sure to check in with your teacher before you go. Attendance will be turned into the Main Office.


All students traveling to Florence next month must see Mrs. Loder in the printmaking studio after school today. We’ve got some fun topics to discuss as we make our final preparations.


The rumors are true: free drinks, free desserts, chocolate fountain, boba tea, winter dresses, sharp-dressed ladies and gentlemen. The Winter Ball Semi-Formal is getting close! From 8 to 10:30 on Saturday, January 28th in the Streeter Dining Hall. Non-SJA guests should be registered with Student Life by end of the day today. It’s $3 for an individual and $5 per couple, so find your person, dress up, and come have a great time this Saturday night!


If you are interested in becoming a lifeguard, there will be a certification class held at SJA Pool on March 3-5. Stop by the Field House front desk today for more information.


Oh… so you think you’re cute? So, you think that you’re icon? Are you a fashion fanatic? Do you like to dress up and stunt in front of the mirror? Well, you may get a chance to strut your stuff at the Saint Johnsbury Academy’s annual fashion show on April 20th! We need models of all types, shapes, sizes, heights, and genders. Models will need to be available for fittings, and 3 rehearsals in April and, of course, the big show on April 20th!  Please come to the fashion studio in Morse 201 today, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 to 4:15 if you want to participate in a fun, inclusive show that represents our fashion design students and our diverse student community! You better work and I better see you there. 


A reminder that Writers’ Block will meet tomorrow as usual in Ranger 110 for writing time, conversation and cookies. All are welcome.


This Friday the Outing Club will travel to Burlington for an incredible indoor ice-climbing competition. This competition has not been held since the before-times. At the last event, just weeks before everything shutdown, we were there at Petra Cliffs watching the best ice climbers on the East Coast work their way up a brutal indoor course. This year, it is finally back, and we will also be back! The cost for the event is $10 and includes a raffle ticket. There will be some awesome outdoor and climbing related raffle prizes. We will leave after Conference Period and return in the evening. Get your permission slips in Campus Life and drop them, signed, with Mr. Weiss in Colby 209. Spots are limited, so get ’em quick! Dare to explore!


Dance Club is taking place today and every Wednesday in the Morse Dance Studio, Room 101 starting at 3:30 PM. All are welcome. The Club is not a class. It is scheduled time for all students to explore movement at their own pace and with their own interest and explore it together. Hope to see you at 3:30 every Wednesday.


GSU will meet today after Conference Period in Colby 207.


The Maker Space will be open this afternoon for creativity and camaraderie. Join us in Streeter 141 starting at 3:45.


Knitting club will be held on Wednesdays this semester! It will start this afternoon from 3:45-4:45 in Severance 16. We have all the supplies and expertise you need to start a new project or finish an old one.


And finally — Mr. Camelio’s Joke of the week! Question: What is the hardest tea to swallow? Reality 😊


Happy Birthday today to Liam Paquette, Sofia Plankarte Pliego, and William Willson, and a special Happy Birthday to Mr. Muir!


In a tri-meet with Essex and a combined Burlington/Colchester team, the SJA gymnastics team took second place with a 120.7. Even with tough competition, Lydia Ruggles once again earned the first-place all-around title with a total score of 34.9! She is now 6 for 6 and undefeated. Ruggles placed 1st on bars with an 8.7, 1st on floor with an 8.5, 2nd on beam and vault with a 9.2 and an 8.5 respectively. With a score of 8.4 on the uneven bars, Ximena Mayorga Santana placed 2nd behind her teammate. This score helped land her in 4th place all around with a total score of 31.8. The SJA team score was also supported by Emily Counter, Aniela Thompson, and Faith Lawton. The team now has a 5 win, 2 loss record with 2 more meets left before States.


NORDIC @ CRAFTSBURY 2:30, please dismiss the team at 12:00

WRESTLING @ ESSEX 5:00, please dismiss the team at 2:30



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