Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during all lunches.
Tech Center applications are due in Guidance by 3/9 for CTE & 3/16 for BTC.
Last call for seniors to see Mrs. Nerber in the Main Office to get their Cap & Gown ordered! Those seniors who do not order one will have one ordered for them, by us guessing at your height and weight!!!
Do you know where your library books are? If they are overdue, they should be on the way back to the library! After break, bills are going out to parents & will include a service charge of $2 for each book, as well as the cost of the book. If you still need them, you may come in & renew them.
The UVM Science Dept. is starting a “Girls Who Code” club. The goal of Girls Who Code is to introduce 6th-12th grade girls to programming to help shrink the gender gap in Computer Science & STEM fields in general. This club will take place on Saturdays 10am-12pm on the UVM campus starting March 4 running for 10 weeks & is free of charge. Please contact Dion@uvm.edu for more info.
For girls entering 9th & 10th grades in the fall of 2017 – Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Camp, @ Vermont Tech, Randolph Center Campus, 6/19-6/23 or 7/10-7/14. Modeled after Rosie’s Girls Day Camps by Vermont Works for Women, these residential camps help build strong, powerful confident young women through hands-on exploration of STEM programs & skilled trades. Program offerings may include: Computer Information Technology; Civil/Environmental & Architectural Engineering Technology; Construction Management; Science, Agriculture, Welding; Fire Science; Mechanical & Advanced Manufacturing Engineering, plus loads of activities, arts, career exploration, & more!! Low cost - some scholarships.Learn more and apply online through Vermont Technical College. Applications accepted through 4/12.