February 9, 2022
Senior Evan Thornton-Sherman had a big week starting with being named Gatorade's 2021-2022 Boys Vermont Cross Country Player of the year and ending with state titles on Sunday in the 1,500 and 3,000 and the 4x400. In the 1,500 Evan became the first Vermont high school boy to run under 4:00 (3:58.89) indoors. The 4x400 team also included Andrew Thornton-Sherman '25, Wilder Thomas '25, and Jaden Thomson '22.

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Thursday, February 17
Winter Carnival

Friday, February 18
Winter Carnival

Saturday, February 19
Vacation Begins

Wednesday, March 2
Classes Resume

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Senior Kayanna Burns applies tissue paper to a wire frame she created in the shape of the wings of a Polyphemus Moth. This project is part of Kayanna's Capstone in which she explores the idea of nature overtaking abandoned places or objects.
Students Creating Opportunities for Positive Engagement (SCOPE) partnered with the NEK Council on Aging to create a "Valentine's Day Card Advisory Drive." Hilltopper advisory groups have been busy making cards with messages of love and warmth that will be delivered to local elderly community members living in retirement and nursing homes, those who are in the hospital, and those who can't leave their homes due to the pandemic.
Mr. Weiss and members of the Outing Club recently traveled to Barnet Falls for ice climbing.
Senior Payton Molleur spoke in Chapel this morning as part of the school's celebration of Black History Month. Payton introduced us to W.E.B. Dubois, an author, and civil rights activist, and reminded us that "Black History is American History."
Senior Logan Baker qualified in the 50 Freestyle for the New England USA Swim Regionals to be held next month. Logan currently swims with the Northeast Kingdom Aquatics team.
SJA students competing with the St. Johnsbury Swim Club recently competed in the Connecticut Valley Invitational at Upper Valley Aquatic Center. Tyler Demas raced his personal best in the 100-yard breaststroke, Tristan Plante hit 28.20 in the 50-yard freestyle, and Mckenna Crance dropped time in all four of her events. Cameron McGregor dropped time in his 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke, Kaiya Billig requalified for Silvers Championships with a personal best time of 26.63 in the 50-yard freestyle, and Maddie Woodson qualified for Regional Championships in the 50-yard freestyle and the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 1:11.31. Ella White qualified for Regional Championships in the 50-yard freestyle. Additionally, Ella dropped 6.48 seconds in the 100-yard butterfly- a huge success. 

Congratulations swimmers! If you are interested in competitive swimming, find Coach Maura in the pool after school if you have any questions!
Seniors Sam Begin (80) and Jacob Silver (41) have been selected to represent Vermont in the 69th Shrine Game. The game will be played at Castleton University on August 6, 2022.
Photos from Sunday's Track and Field Indoor State Championships can be viewed here. Both teams finished in fourth place.
Photos from Saturday's JV-B Boys' Basketball game vs Woodsville can be viewed here.