January 25, 2022
Congratulations to Madison Wilson (lower right) on her selection as the school champion in the annual Poetry Out Loud competition. Madison will represent the school at the state finals in Barre on March 14. Videos of each of the finalists can be watched here.

Are you interested in starting your own home childcare or working in a childcare program? Students in this program will prepare to enter the field as a Teacher Assistant and have the opportunity to earn at least $500 in paid internships at St. Johnsbury School District, Kingdom East School District, Little Dippers Doodle, or Cherry Street Playcare. This program includes CPR/first aid certification, Vermont Online Mandated Reporter Training, the online Vermont Orientation Training, the Primed for Success professional skills curriculum, and the 45 hour Fundamentals for Early Childhood Professionals all in one tuition. This program is made possible through the collaboration of NEKLS, NCCC, Northern Lights, and CCV.
Orientation: Tuesday, February 8 — Sign Up Today!
Tuition: $1,200 - Tuition support may be available through VSAC or DOL grants and scholarships.

For additional information on this course, or any through the St. Johnsbury Academy Adult Education Program: https://stjacademy.org/adult-education/
Vermont Symphony Orchestra Jukebox Quartet

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO) Jukebox Quartet will team up with the string quartet players from St. Johnsbury Academy for an exciting evening of music-making on Saturday, March 12 at 7:30 in the Stuart Black Box Theater. Curated by VSO Special Projects Chair Matt LaRocca, a Jukebox concert is an innovative and singular experience which the VSO is proud to count as one of its core offerings.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Thursday, January 27
Make-Up Photo Day. Jenks Studio will be in Fuller Hall for make-up photos. New students and students who did not have their photos taken in the fall are asked to stop in for a yearbook photo. There is no charge.

Thursday, February 17
Winter Carnival

Friday, February 18
Winter Carnival

Saturday, February 19
Vacation Begins

Wednesday, March 2
Classes Resume

For the most up-to-date listing of games, streaming options, and spectator guidelines, click here.
Mr. Rowe and the band are getting ready for spring performances.
Physical Education students have been busy with their fitness assessments. Students must participate in nine events that include the 40 yd. dash, mile run, vertical leap, and broad jump.
Students in Mr. Reis’ Watercolor class are working on techniques like blending, masking, pigment to water ratio, and layering of color. Each student selected a nebula that they found to be visually interesting. This project was inspired by the recent successful launch of the Web Telescope. 
Photos from last week's Nordic ski race can be viewed here.
Photos from the Varsity Basketball team's win over Rutland on Saturday can be viewed here.
Photos from the JV Basketball team's game against Rutland can be viewed here.