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March 26, 2018

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The Often-Overlooked Supporters of Student Success

By Thursday, the signs of student success were everywhere. The SJA Theatre program had successfully hosted a full house at the Regional Drama Festival over the weekend. On Sunday night, Fuller Hall was filled again as student-athletes gathered for the spring Meet the Coaches Night. An hour before that meeting, South Church was filled as the newest crop of inductees to the National Honor Society were honored. In the newspaper's sports section throughout the week, our athletes received post-season honors. On the same day that Reis Towle and Caitlin Haggett were featured on the front page for their marksmanship prowess, Jack Luna had an article in the editorial section in which he highlighted the work of the Tech Storm FIRST Robotics team. On Wednesday night (and in Chapel) our music program displayed the outstanding talents of its musicians and singers, and all of this was taking place as we welcomed 30 of the best and brightest students from Kaijo Gakuen High School as part of our annual partnership with this school, one of the best in all of Japan.


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Science Olympiad Team Wins 2nd and 3rd in Vermont

 

Our science students were awarded second and third place in the inaugural Vermont State Science Olympiad at Castleton University.

 

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2017-2018 Important Dates

 

Thursday, March 29

Day Parents' Night

Schedule conferences here.

 

Thursday, March 29, 6:00 p.m.

Fuller Hall

Fashion Show

View the Poster by Zachary Fucci


Saturday, March 31, 9:00 a.m.

RecFit

Zumba with Diego Fundraiser

Details are here.

Follow the Hilltoppers Live on NSN Sports.
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Congratulations to our students who will be competing in the upcoming musical festivals on the district, state, and New England levels in the next month. 

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Career and Technical Education students of the quarter: Devin Jaborek / Fine Woodworking, Tyler Martin / Automotive Technology I, Alexander Heywood / Electricity II, Breanna Fearon / Intro to Human Services, Alexis Jablonski / Human and Professional Services I, Simon Cerqueira / Electricity I, Addison Broome / Forestry and Natural Resources, Gage Hale / Welding, David George / Automotive Technology II, Rebecca Houde / Culinary I, Mevilyn Wilson / Business Environment, Alexis Collins / Human and Professional Services II, Missing: Emma Kinerson / Foundation in Culinary Arts, Melanie Coons / Foundations in Culinary Arts, Samuel Sylvain / Intro to Auto Technology.

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Students in Ms. Angell's class experimented with a variety of energy sources including electricity, hydro and aero thanks to a visit by the Vermont Energy Education Program. Included in the photo is one of our visiting students from Kaijo Gakuen High School, who jumped right in to help with the project.

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As part of the National Kick Butts Day Campaign, Mr. Urie's and Mr. Holden's health classes spent time with St. Johnsbury School's fifth grade classes. During their first visit with the students, they talked with them about the dangers of tobacco and its products; during the second visit, they helped each student design and make a t-shirt depicting those dangers. The shirts are on display throughout our schools and the community.

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Members of the robotics team headed to their first robotics competition in Maine with their robot in tow.

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Students from the Science Olympiad team were honored in Chapel with their coach Cristin Ashmankas.

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They were thrilled to learn that they'd be traveling to Colorado to represent the state of Vermont in the national Science Olympiad competition.

 
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