Students in the NOVUS World of Work class would like to say thank you to all of those who donated dog and cat food, paper towels and plastic bags to Franklin County Animal Rescue through our service learning project. Your donations were delivered Thursday, March 9th and were very much appreciated.
** Tickets for the Girls’ Semi-Final Basketball game at UVM on Tuesday will go on sale in the Upper Gym Lobby at 10:00 a.m. today. Tickets are $8/Adults, $5/Students & Seniors.
GLOW will be meeting from 3:00-4:00 today in Room B-107. All are welcome. We have a guest coming today from Outright, to speak about sharing our voices and experiences with the educators in the district.
There will be a MANDATORY NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY meeting on Tuesday, March 14th @ 7:30 in the Art Room. Be on time…
Attention Sophomores and Juniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.50 and above: Check your school email account for important information from Mrs. Leet regarding National Honor Society eligibility. Please read both emails carefully and contact Mrs. Leet with any questions.
There will be an Interact Club meeting on Wednesday, March 15th, immediately after school in Room A-203.
** ANYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING A SPRING SPORT MUST SIGN-UP ONLINE PRIOR TO THE END OF THE DAY ON THIS THURSDAY, MARCH 16TH. THE ONLINE REGISTRATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE BFA ATHLETIC WEBPAGE UNDER ATHLETIC LINKS ON THE LEFT HAND COLUMN. PLEASE SEE MR. MARLOW IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
The Computer Apps Exemption Test will be held on March 22nd during Enrichment for students wanting to try to test out of Computer Applications class. Please sign up with Ms. Brouillette in the Buisness Department. It will take two Enrichment periods to complete the test.
** NOTE: Beginning next year no seniors will be able to take the Exemption Test in the Spring. Your only opportunity is now or next Fall otherwise you will need to take Computer Applications class.
Bobwhite/Comet Competition Informational Meeting: It’s that time again to begin preparing for the Bobwhite/Comet Competition. The date of the competition is May 12th, the evening before the prom. There will be an informational meeting and sign ups on Thursday, March 16th after school at 3:00 p.m. in Room W-115. All interested seniors are welcome.
Attention students: This Wednesday and Thursday there will be no tennis courts available for basketball. Friday there is no open gym at the Complex.
Please come check out the Drama Department’s One Act Festival performance of Stained Glass. This play deals with a group of teens working through a traumatic event with a twist. The show is this Thursday, March 16th at 7 p.m. in the PAC. Admission is free.
The 19th Annual Franklin County Career & Job Expo will be held on Thursday, March 30th at Collins-Perley from 10:00-11:30 a.m. Over 80 businesses, industries, agencies and colleges are invited to participate. The objective of this event is to link students, educators and employers. Students and educators will be introduced to opportunities in post-secondary education and regional industry and business. Employers look forward to meeting with you well prepared students.
- Properly prepared students are expected to be dressed as professionally as they can be. If a student is concerned about their attire and needs support, please contact Mrs. Chesser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Cash prizes will be issued to some students who most impress exhibitors with their attitude, presentation, politeness and proactive engagement.
- Cash prizes will also be issued to students who submit creative and professional resumes. Students should make sure their resumes reflect a career path or job intention. If students need help with their resumes, please contact Mrs. Chesser, Work-based Learning Coordinator at email@example.com.
If you are interested in attending, please email Mrs. Chesser at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a reply back with an attached permission slip. You can also pick up a permission slip at the Guidance Office. All permission slips need to be returned to Room W-106 by Friday, March 17th.
Attention all students: Vermont State Scholastic Chess Championships are Saturday, April 8th. All Vermont students grades K-12 are eligible to compete. Please see Mr. Lyons for more information including registering for the event.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY: If you’re looking for a place to fulfill your community service hours, or just enjoy volunteering, The St. Albans Free Library has a couple of opportunities in April. They are looking to fill 1-2 hour slots on Saturday, April 22nd, and 29th. For more information or to get on their teen email list and receive emails with volunteer opportunities, email email@example.com.
During the week of April 3rd Math will be giving the SBAC exams in their dedicated math classes. Please keep this in mind with your 11th grade students. Goal is to be done by Thursday. They may be late to some classes in the afternoon if they are finishing in the library.
- Monday April 3: Wednesday Schedule
- Tuesday, April 4: Tuesday Schedule
- Wednesday, April 5: Wednesday Schedule
- Thursday, April 6: Tuesday schedule
- Friday, April 7: Friday Schedule
The English SBAC exams will be held as follows:
|Tuesday, April 11||Wednesday, April 12|
|Modified Schedule||TUESDAY SCHEDULE|
|7:30-8:10||Collaboration / Free Breakfast for Grade 11 Students||Collaboration
|8:10-11:20||Exams in Assigned Classrooms with Assigned Proctors
Juniors are dismissed from school at conclusion of exam
|1:02-1:52||Period 2||Period 1
|1:57-2:47||Period 4||Period 5