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March 29, 2023

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Student Government will meet on Thursday at 7:30 in Fuller Basement. Please see Mr. Ryan or Rory with any questions or conflicts.


If you want to be considered for the free Driver’s Education through the Guidance Office next year, the sign-ups close this Friday. If you do not sign up by this Friday, you will be automatically at the end of the waitlist. Please see your Guidance Counselor to sign up.


An Army National Guard recruiter will be on campus today at 12:30 in the Colby conference room. Please be sure to check in with your teacher before attending.


There is something for everyone at tonight’s Spring Concert at 7PM in the South Church Hall. Music from rock legends Peter Gabriel, The Eagles, and Journey; traditional band music and jazz standards; a Scottish classic and the theme from Mario Kart 8 round out this eclectic program. Come support your talented classmates, and dance in the aisles if you like! Tonight…7pm…South Church!


If you are competing for SkillsUSA and need help with your resume, Mrs. McGarvin will be available today during CP, in Streeter 225. Students should come with a complete draft of their resume, not to exceed one page, preferably done using a Google Template. 


There will be a quick India trip participant meeting today at 3:15 in the Tinker House.


Talent show sign-ups continue this week. Auditions will be held next week Monday through Friday. Please see Mr. Lovett in Colby 201 to sign up.


Join us for Knitting Club 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.


Let’s go climbing! Do you love to climb things? Are you not playing a spring sport and want to stay strong? Are you bored and need something to do? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are a great candidate to join the Outing Club this Thursday as we travel to the North Country Climbing Center. Anyone is welcome and those that have never climbed are encouraged to come to try something new! The bus will leave Brantview Drive at 3:35 and return by 6pm. See Mr. Holden or Mr. Weiss for details.


Attention Writers’ Block: we will not meet on Thursday, due to Parents’ Night. We’ll be back next week! 


Tickets have been punched for the NCAA Final Fours, and March Madness has lived up to its name with upsets galore! Currently, on the SJA Bracket Challenge leaderboard, the women’s side is topped by Meredith Rogers in first place, followed closely by Hayden Wilkins in second place, and Emily Lumbra in third – all of whom predict South Carolina to be the final victor. On the men’s side, Mrs. Cobb sits in first place, while Adrianna Hever and Ms. Lang are not far behind, holding second and third place respectively. Remember: a Dunkin’ gift card for your advisory and a chance to support a charity of your choice are the prizes on the line. As teams head into the Final Four games, upsets could still shake things up. Stay tuned next week to hear who will be crowned the Champions.


Now, Mr. Camelio’s Joke of the Week: A strange thing happened to me this morning. I woke up laughing. I must have slept funny. 


The All-Metro teams have been selected for boys basketball. Rex Hauser earned honorable mention honors. Harry Geng was selected to the first team all-metro.  


Happy Birthday today to Connor Decker!


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