Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

March 8, 2023

White Day


Student Government will meet directly after school on Friday in Fuller Basement. Please see Mr. Ryan with any questions.


The fan bus to Barre to watch the Poetry Out Loud semi-final competition is headed out tomorrow, Thursday, at 8:00a.m. If you haven’t signed up yet, you must do so by the end of Conference Period today, and you must have a signed permission slip to come on the bus. Stop by Ranger 110 to pick one up from Mrs. Mackenzie. Good luck tomorrow, Greer!


The Meditation Club will meet at 3:30 on Thursday this week in NH 10. We hope to see you there!


There will be no Writers’ Block tomorrow, as many of us will be on the bus to Barre to support Greer at the Poetry Out Loud semi-finals. Writers’ Block will meet next Thursday and all are welcome!


MathCon is a computer based National Mathematics Competition that is open to all students from 5th to 12th grade. Students who perform at a high-level will be invited to the national finals in Chicago, at the beginning of May. Each grade level is graded separately, so 9th graders are competing against other 9th graders from around the country. 4 years ago, St. Johnsbury had the 12th grade National MathCon champion! Tomorrow the Math Club will be hosting the first round of MathCon in Severance 15 and Severance 19. Testing will begin at 3:45pm and run until approximately 5:00pm. Bring your Chromebooks, laptops, or tablets as this is a computer-based exam. Mr. Kinsella and Mr. Stapleford look forward to seeing you all for MathCon 2023, tomorrow in Severance at 3:45pm.


Science Olympiad meets today in Streeter 241. Bring your event preparation materials.


Anyone planning on entering the Science Fair: The Fair is in two weeks and entries are due this Friday, March 10. Email questions to Mr. Eckel or stop by Streeter 241 today. 


Winter Carnival may have come and gone, but there’s another chance for you to redeem yourself on the floor hockey court. This Friday after school there will be a Floor Hockey tournament in the Field House. With 5 players and $10, your team will be ready for the puck to drop. Sign up in Student Life today!


Happy Birthday today to Evan Daniell, Lynn Li, Andrew North, and Aiden Thomas, and a special Happy Birthday to Leila Jackson from her advisory! A late Happy Birthday to Keagan Norrie from his advisory!


Dr. Montague’s A-Block, South Church, study hall report to the library balcony. 


Kingdom Blades beat Burr and Burton Academy 6-1 to advance to the DII Championship game on Thursday and they need your support! We will be providing a fan bus to the game. For more information and to sign up, stop by Student Life in Colby Hall. 


Over break the indoor track and field teams stayed busy as the boys competed at the Ocean Breeze Elite Invitational on Staten Island, NY. Andrew Thornton-Sherman placed 2nd in the 800m, The 4×200 relay of Andrew Bugbee, Jaden Beardsley, Andrew and Wilder Thomas placed 9th and the 4×400 with Ryan Callaghan placed 7th. At the New England Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, Willa Kantrowitz placed 22nd in the 600 and Wisteria Franklin placed 26th in the 1000m. The 4×400 relay of Willa, Wisteria, Peyton Qualter and Addisyn Greenwood placed 22nd.  Andrew Thornton-Sherman placed 4th in the 600 with a new school record, Jaden Beardsley was the top VT finisher in the 55m, Andrew Bugbee ran to a personal best in the 300 and all three relay teams were the top Vermont finishers in the competition.


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