Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

February 1, 2023

White Day


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!


Reminder — tomorrow is the make-up photo day. Mr. Legge will be setup on the Fuller Hall stage from 8:30-3:30pm. If you did not have your school photo taken in the fall or if you are new this semester, please stop by to have a photo taken for the yearbook. There is no charge. Please contact Mr. Legge with any questions.


Tomorrow night is Second Semester Meet the Teachers Night starting at 6:30pm in Fuller Hall! If your family plans to attend and needs a copy of your schedule, please stop by the Headmaster’s Office to grab a copy.


Seniors — time is running out! Don’t forget to submit your senior superlative nominations by Friday!


It’s time for some cozy gear! Be sure to get your 2025 Gear order into Mr. Dussault in Colby 202 by the end of the week.


Attention Seniors: The 2023 Locally Social Community Scholarship application is open. This scholarship is available to residents of St. Johnsbury, Waterford, Barnet, Peacham, Danville, or Walden and is open to graduates attending a college or university, doing a gap year, or joining the work force. Two winners will each receive $2,500. Hard copies are available for pickup at Locally Social on Portland Street. Deadline is March 1st. Apply today!


Science Olympiad meets today and Friday in Streeter 241 to prepare for February tournaments. Attendance is mandatory to complete forms and decide on event pairs. 


Knitting club will be held on Wednesdays this semester! Join us 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


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


Attention all those interested in getting out with Outing Club. Whether you are new to the club, or have been out climbing a dozen times, come hang out with the outing club this Thursday at 3:25 right after CP. We are going to meet in Ranger 215, get to know new members, and then practice winter camping and survival skills by constructing an igloo and snow kitchen on campus. Make sure to bring boots, warm gear (hats, gloves, and jacket), and a shovel if you have one! Please see Mr. Demsky in Ranger 215 with any questions.


A reminder from the Make it Better Club: If you want to make valentines to support the Valentine’s Day project for elderly community members, please see the library staff, your study hall proctors, or your dorm counselors. They have plenty of supplies available to help you make someone’s Valentine’s Day special. Just a reminder that all cards are due on Friday and should be left in the faculty room for pick up. Thank you for your support with this project that will warm hearts in mid-February’s cold weather!  SJA Rocks!


Some of you are big fans of TLC’s Real Cookie Decorators of Beverly Hills, Extreme Cookie Makeover, Law and Order: Special Cookie Decorator’s Unit, and 16 and Cookie Decorating. Next Friday you will have your chance at 9 a.m. to bring the world of reality TV to the cookie decorating event in the Dining Hall. If you are simply a cookie eater, you can purchase cookies from Amazon, any fine St. J convenience store, or in the Café.


“You Came, You Saw, You Conquered” — those are the words uttered by those who win Winter Carnival. Remember the come and conquer will not happen if you don’t saw. So, all of you are invited to come to next Thursday’s Wood Event to saw wood faster than other classes. Note: If your name is Leatherface, please consider attending an event without a saw.


Scholars’ Bowl traveled to Montpelier Saturday for a state competition and won their final match decisively.  Congrats to the team members, Captain Theodora Montague, Norah Blankenship, Olivia Blanchard, Nathan Lenzini, Nico Sipples, and Anna Casciari.


The Hilltopper Alpine team traveled to the Middlebury Snowbowl yesterday, a GS race hosted by CVU. The boys finished second to CVU, with Edwin Stephenson (4th), Zach Alamuddin (7th), and Addison Health (8th) making the podium. Yafta Larocque finished out the scoring with a strong 12th-place finish. The girls finished 3rd to CVU and MMU. Scoring for the girls were Ruby Rolfe (14th), Macy Moore (16th), Elizabeth Lopes (21st), and Alia Davis (22nd).


KINGDOM BLADES @ BRATTLEBORO 4:45, please release the team at 1:15


WRESTLING @ VERGENNES 5:30, please release the team at 1:45



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