April 6, 2021
Congratulations to senior Polly Currier (l) and freshman Hayden Wilkins. They both received Honorable Mention recognition for the 2020-2021 All-Metro Girls Hoops Team.
Congratulations to seniors (clockwise; upper left) Maggie Anderson and Tommy Zschau on their selection to the VT 2020-2021 All-State Alpine Ski Team. Cody Van Dine earned Honorable Mention recognition.
39% of high school students who drive admitted to texting or emailing while behind the wheel in the past 30 days. Every day about eight people in the United States are killed by crashes that involve a distracted driver. Senior Bella Canete has created a video, "A text that can wait," as part of the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance's #802phonesdown!headsup! contest. As part of the People's Choice award, the public is encouraged to vote for their favorite. Voting closes on 4/11. View them and vote here: https://woobox.com/xd4gs6
Spring Meet the Coaches

The St. Johnsbury Academy athletic department held their Spring Meet the Coaches event last week. For students and parents who were unable to attend, the video has been posted to our website and can be viewed at Spring Meet the Coaches.

Friday, APRIL 9
Smarter Balance Assessments (SBAC), 8:00-11:30 AM
Testing for Vermont Freshman.

Tuesday, APRIL 13
School Testing Day
The Juniors will be taking the SAT and the Sophomores will be taking the PSAT10.

Friday, APRIL 16
Smarter Balance Assessments (SBAC), 8:00-11:30 AM
Testing for Vermont Freshman.

Last week was all about the dough at The Hilltopper. The students worked with pasta and pizza dough. They also made assorted pasta dishes, and of course, pizza!
Seniors Sequoia Simonds (l) and Patrick Stowell (r), in Mr. Bugbee’s Construction Technology Class, have been doing a paid internship with Bread Loaf, the construction company restoring the Depot Square Apartments, in St. Johnsbury. Joining the students are Aaron Carr, Work-Based Learning Coordinator at SJA and Ryan Ahern, the Director of Safety and Training for Bread Loaf.
Mr. Bugbee's students have also been busy on campus this week as they wrap up the garage project they started in the fall.
Students in Mr. Jones' class spent time outside in the park computing the amount of carbon trapped in a variety of trees by recording the type of tree and their circumference at chest height.