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END OF YEAR

  • Seniors!  Please return laptops to the Auditorium as soon as possible or after your final CAP activity on Wednesday.  All laptops must be turned in to eligible for graduation.  Please remember to keep your receipt when you turn in a laptop Thank you!
  •  Students in grades 9-11 must turn in laptops after their last CAP activity, or by Wednesday, June 13th at 1:00.  Those with PLP conferences or make up activities may turn laptops in by 3:20 on Thursday.  Please remember to keep your receipt when you turn in a laptop. 
  •  Students who turned in a permission slip to use a laptop during the summer will be notified by reporting to the Help Desk with their laptops beginning today.  Laptops must be turned and loaners will be issued for summer use.  If you do not receive a loaner today, one will be available for you on July 9th
  •  Locker cleanouts are scheduled at the end of each CAP activity all this week.  Recycling bins and trash cans will be placed in locker hallways.  Please clean out your locker, recycle materials and discard items that cannot be recycled.  Leave your locker open once you have removed all items.  Thank you for your help with this!
  •  PE lockers must be cleaned out ASAP.  Please remove locks and all items from your PE lockers. 

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

  • There will be a girl’s cross country meeting for all interested and returning runners Wed., 6/6 @ 3:30 pm under the gazebo near the track. All are welcome!
  • Thursday, June 7 is the LAST day there will be a late Islands Activity Bus!
  • Spring Sport photos are in for those who ordered them.  See Mrs. Kynoch in the Student Activities office to pick them up.
  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook. Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

  • Thursday, June 7 is the LAST day there will be a late Islands Activity Bus!
  • Spring Sport photos are in for those who ordered them.  See Mrs. Kynoch in the Student Activities office to pick them up.
  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook. Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • There will be a brief mandatory meeting for all students taking AP science classes next year on Tues., 6/5 during FACE time: AP Physics-Room 235, AP Bio-Room 236, AP Env. Sci.-Room 212.
  • There is a mandatory meeting for any student who has signed up for AP Literature next year: Tues., 6/5 @ 10:05am in Rm 207. Please see Ms. Sheehey or Ms. West if you are unable to attend in order to get the necessary information. 
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Monday, June 4, 2018

  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook. Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • The Senior Banquet is Mon., 6/4, 6:30-8:30pm @ Sunset Ballroom Tickets on sale for $5 each all week during lunches (12-2pm). Cash or Check made out to: SBHS Senior Class. This event is for seniors only. 
  • There will be a brief mandatory meeting for all students taking AP science classes next year on Tues., 6/5 during FACE time: AP Physics-Room 235, AP Bio-Room 236, AP Env. Sci.-Room 212.
  • There is a mandatory meeting for any student who has signed up for AP Literature next year: Tues., 6/5 @ 10:05am in Rm 207. Please see Ms. Sheehey or Ms. West if you are unable to attend in order to get the necessary information. 
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd.  The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit www.flyvfa.org.

Friday, June 1, 2018

  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • Yearbook distribution for seniors only, is Thurs., 5/31 & Fri., 6/1 during lunches (12-2pm). If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook.  Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • The Gender & Sexuality Alliance Club will be hosting Pride Day this Fri., 6/1. People are encouraged to dress up in their most colorful clothes to show their pride. See the NEO homepage for more info.
  • Friday, 6/1 during FACE time a few UVM admissions representatives will be giving a presentation in the auditorium including how they review transcripts & applications, tips & tricks for the application process & information about the Coalition Application (an alternative to the Common App) as well as Q&A.
  • The “Lost & Found” is full! All unclaimed items will be donated to charity Fri., June 1st by the end of the day.  Please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin if you are missing any items.
  • The Senior Banquet is Mon., 6/4, 6:30-8:30pm @ Sunset Ballroom Tickets on sale for $5 each all week during lunches (12-2pm). Cash or Check made out to: SBHS Senior Class. This event is for seniors only. 
  • There will be a brief mandatory meeting for all students taking AP science classes next year on Tues., 6/5 during FACE time: AP Physics-Room 235, AP Bio-Room 236, AP Env. Sci.-Room 212.
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • Big Picture & the Green Team are creating a plastic recycling system within the school. Please, put your bottle caps in the labeled bins in the cafeteria, & join us on Thurs., 5/31 after school in the library for sorting & free pizza! For more information email PreciousPlasticSBHS@gmail.com.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • Yearbook distribution for seniors only, is Thurs., 5/31 & Fri., 6/1 during lunches (12-2pm). If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook.  Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • The Gender & Sexuality Alliance Club will be hosting Pride Day this Fri., 6/1. People are encouraged to dress up in their most colorful clothes to show their pride. See the NEO homepage for more info.
  • Friday, 6/1 during FACE time a few UVM admissions representatives will be giving a presentation in the auditorium including how they review transcripts & applications, tips & tricks for the application process & information about the Coalition Application (an alternative to the Common App) as well as Q&A.
  • The “Lost & Found” is full! All unclaimed items will be donated to charity Fri., June 1st by the end of the day.  Please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin if you are missing any items.
  • The Senior Banquet is Mon., 6/4, 6:30-8:30pm @ Sunset Ballroom Tickets on sale for $5 each all week during lunches (12-2pm). Cash or Check made out to: SBHS Senior Class. This event is for seniors only. 
  • There will be a brief mandatory meeting for all students taking AP science classes next year on Tues., 6/5 during FACE time: AP Physics-Room 235, AP Bio-Room 236, AP Env. Sci.-Room 212.
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • Big Picture & the Green Team are creating a plastic recycling system within the school. Please, put your bottle caps in the labeled bins in the cafeteria, & join us on Thurs., 5/31 after school in the library for sorting & free pizza! For more information email PreciousPlasticSBHS@gmail.com.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • Yearbook distribution for seniors only, is Thurs., 5/31 & Fri., 6/1 during lunches (12-2pm). If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook.  Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • The Gender & Sexuality Alliance Club will be hosting Pride Day this Fri., 6/1. People are encouraged to dress up in their most colorful clothes to show their pride. See the NEO homepage for more info.
  • Friday, 6/1 during FACE time a few UVM admissions representatives will be giving a presentation in the auditorium including how they review transcripts & applications, tips & tricks for the application process & information about the Coalition Application (an alternative to the Common App) as well as Q&A.
  • The “Lost & Found” is full! All unclaimed items will be donated to charity Fri., June 1st by the end of the day.  Please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin if you are missing any items.
  • The Senior Banquet is Mon., 6/4, 6:30-8:30pm @ Sunset Ballroom Tickets on sale for $5 each all week during lunches (12-2pm). Cash or Check made out to: SBHS Senior Class. This event is for seniors only. 
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • Big Picture & the Green Team are creating a plastic recycling system within the school. Please, put your bottle caps in the labeled bins in the cafeteria, & join us on Thurs., 5/31 after school in the library for sorting & free pizza! For more information email PreciousPlasticSBHS@gmail.com.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • The Senior Banquet is Mon., 6/4, 6:30-8:30pm @ Sunset Ballroom Tickets on sale for $5 each all week during lunches (12-2pm). Cash or Check made out to: SBHS Senior Class. This event is for seniors only. 
  • Yearbook distribution for seniors only, is Thurs., 5/31 & Fri., 6/1 during lunches (12-2pm). If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook.  Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • The “Lost & Found” is full! All unclaimed items will be donated to charity Fri., June 1st by the end of the day.  Please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin if you are missing any items.
  • Friday, 6/1 during FACE time a few UVM admissions representatives will be giving a presentation in the auditorium including: 1) How they review transcripts & applications 2) Tips and tricks for the application process 3) Information about the Coalition Application (an alternative to the Common App) 4) Q&A.
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • Big Picture & the Green Team are creating a plastic recycling system within the school. Please, put your bottle caps in the labeled bins in the cafeteria, & join us on Thurs., 5/31 after school in the library for sorting & free pizza! For more information email PreciousPlasticSBHS@gmail.com.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Friday, May 25, 2018

  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.
  • The Senior Banquet is Mon., 6/4, 6:30-8:30pm @ Sunset Ballroom Tickets on sale for $5 each all week during lunches (12-2pm). Cash or Check made out to: SBHS Senior Class. This event is for seniors only. 
  • Yearbook distribution for seniors only, is Thurs., 5/31 & Fri., 6/1 during lunches (12-2pm). If you did not order a yearbook there are some extras for sale, cost is $65 cash or check made out to SBHS Yearbook.  Yearbook distribution for underclassmen will take place the week of 6/4.  
  • The “Lost & Found” is full! All unclaimed items will be donated to charity Fri., June 1st by the end of the day.  Please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin if you are missing any items.
  • Friday, 6/1 during FACE time a few UVM admissions representatives will be giving a presentation in the auditorium including: 1) How they review transcripts & applications 2) Tips and tricks for the application process 3) Information about the Coalition Application (an alternative to the Common App) 4) Q&A.
  • If you are 16 yrs. old and interested in cybersecurity, Champlain College is offering a free 2-week summer exchange, all expenses paid. (8) US students will learn alongside students from the UK, spending a few days in Boston, followed by (8) days @ Champlain College & a few days in Washington DC.  All travel, food, lodging & other costs are covered. See Mr. Barner if you are interested. 
  • Big Picture & the Green Team are creating a plastic recycling system within the school. Please, put your bottle caps in the labeled bins in the cafeteria, & join us on Thurs., 5/31 after school in the library for sorting & free pizza! For more information email PreciousPlasticSBHS@gmail.com.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

  • There will be a mtg. of the Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 5/24 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The mandatory senior class meeting has been moved to Friday., 5/25 @ 10am in the Aud to discuss important Graduation & end of year information. Please bring your laptops.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.
  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

  • The mandatory senior class meeting has been moved to Friday., 5/25 @ 10am in the Aud to discuss important Graduation & end of year information. Please bring your laptops.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • There will be a mtg. of the Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 5/24 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.
  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events? Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

  • The mandatory senior class meeting has been moved to Friday., 5/25 @ 10am in the Aud to discuss important Graduation & end of year information. Please bring your laptops.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • There will be a mtg. of the Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 5/24 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.
  • Questions about end of year/Graduation events?  Please check the “Class of 2018 Graduation Info” link on the SBHS homepage.

Monday, May 21, 2018

  • There is a mandatory senior class meeting on Tues., 5/22 @ 10am in the Aud to discuss important Graduation & end of year information.  Please bring your laptops.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • There will be a mtg. of the Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 5/24 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

  • Prom Tickets are for sale during lunches (12-2pm) thru Wed., 5/16. Tickets will not be for sale on 5/17 or 5/18!  Tickets are $30 per person, cash or check made out to “SBHS Prom”.  Prom is Sat., 5/19 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, VT from 7-11pm. REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm.  Forms are available in the main office.
  • The Howling Herald is hosting a Staff Superlatives poll.  Honor your favorite counselor, admin, janitor, bus driver or teacher (or any staff member) with one of our creative titles.  Voting begins today & will continue through this Fri., 5/18.  You can vote online @ http://www.thehowlingherald.com & select the staff superlatives tab or stop by a table in the lobby during lunches but, be sure to vote!
  • Looking for Prom clothing and accessories? Check out the Prom Clothing Drive from 5/10-5/16, 7:30am-4pm in the Attendance Office. Prom dresses, suits and accessories are available at no cost!  We are still accepting donations as well.  See Ms. Weaver if you have questions.
  • There is a mandatory senior class meeting on Tues., 5/22 @ 10am in the Aud to discuss important Graduation & end of year information.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle & refreshments.  Students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist & businesses.  For more info visit flyvfa.org.
  • The National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) is a residential science education program. Scientists from across the nation present lectures & hands-on science seminars & interact informally with student delegates. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, & cultural facilities. The NYSCamp experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, & kayaking opportunities. Delegates are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety. Only two students from each state & Washington, DC are selected each year, based on merit, to attend this almost month-long program at no charge to them, including travel. The NYSCamp will be held 6/27-7/18. Applicants must be high school seniors graduating no later than 6/30/18.   More info is available @ nysc.org  Application must be received by 5/18.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

  • Prom Tickets are for sale during lunches (12-2pm) thru Wed., 5/16. Tickets will not be for sale on 5/17 or 5/18!  Tickets are $30 per person, cash or check made out to “SBHS Prom”.  Prom is Sat., 5/19 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, VT from 7-11pm. REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm.  Forms are available in the main office.
  • The Howling Herald is hosting a Staff Superlatives poll.  Honor your favorite counselor, admin, janitor, bus driver or teacher (or any staff member) with one of our creative titles.  Voting begins today & will continue through this Fri., 5/18.  You can vote online @ http://www.thehowlingherald.com & select the staff superlatives tab or stop by a table in the lobby during lunches but, be sure to vote!
  • Looking for Prom clothing and accessories? Check out the Prom Clothing Drive from 5/10-5/16, 7:30am-4pm in the Attendance Office. Prom dresses, suits and accessories are available at no cost!  We are still accepting donations as well.  See Ms. Weaver if you have questions.
  • The CDC is organizing a tour of the Air National Guard Base for interested students.  Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes on at the base.  The visit will be from 12-3 on Tues., 5/22. Sign up in the CDC in the Library by 5/15 if you are interested in attending.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • The 2018 Vermont Aviation Expo will be held on 6/9, 12:30-4pm @ Vermont Flight Academy, 3060 Williston Rd, SB. The event includes technical exhibits, flight simulators, airplane rides, unique aircraft displays, mini classes, raffle and refreshments.  VT students will have an opportunity to explore aviation careers, meet VT pilots, aircraft mechanics, aviation specialist and businesses.  For more information about this free event, visit flyvfa.org.
  • Juniors: The annual College Counseling workshop sponsored by the Middlebury College Admissions Office is scheduled for Fri., 6/8. Preference is given to juniors in high school. This program gives an overview of the general selective college application process & does not focus on Middlebury College. It runs from 9am-12:30pm with registration beginning @ 8:15am. The workshop for students covers 1) The admissions process:  The student’s responsibilities in owning & directing the admissions process, 2) An admissions office’s responsibility in owning & directing the admissions process. The workshop for parents addresses 1) How to be a supportive & effective parent throughout the admissions process, 2) a presentation & discussion of case studies of college applications. The student/parent workshops will run simultaneously. In separate sessions there will be a financial aid overview as well as a hands-on session reviewing the Common Application process. Following the final presentation, individual afternoon appointments can be scheduled with Student Financial Services. In addition, students specifically interested in Middlebury are welcome to register to attend the afternoon info session & campus tour. The required registration deadline is Tues., 6/5.
  • The National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) is a residential science education program. Scientists from across the nation present lectures & hands-on science seminars & interact informally with student delegates. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, & cultural facilities. The NYSCamp experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, & kayaking opportunities. Delegates are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety. Only two students from each state & Washington, DC are selected each year, based on merit, to attend this almost month-long program at no charge to them, including travel. The NYSCamp will be held 6/27-7/18. Appplicants must be high school seniors graduating no later than 6/30/18.   More info is available @ nysc.org  Application must be received by 5/18.

Monday, May 14, 2018

  • Prom Tickets are on sale during lunches (12-2pm) from now until Wed., 5/16. Tickets will not be for sale on 5/17 or 5/18.  Tickets are $30 per person, cash or check made out to “SBHS Prom”.  Prom is Sat., 5/19 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, VT from 7-11pm.  
  • REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm. Forms are available in the main office.
  • Looking for Prom clothing and accessories? Check out the Prom Clothing Drive from 5/10-5/16, 7:30am-4pm in the Attendance Office. Prom dresses, suits and accessories are available at no cost!  We are still accepting donations as well.  See Ms. Weaver if you have questions.
  • There is a Medical Club meeting Mon., 5/14 @ 3:30 in the library conference room-all are welcome! UVM medical students will be attending to speak with the students.
  • Semester 2 & year-long CDC paperwork is due to be submitted no later than , 5/14 @ 3:30.  See or email Ms. Lundie if you have any questions.
  • The CDC is organizing a tour of the Air National Guard Base for interested students.  Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes on at the base.  The visit will be from 12-3 on Tues., 5/22. Sign up in the CDC in the Library by 5/15 if you are interested in attending.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • Juniors: The annual College Counseling workshop sponsored by the Middlebury College Admissions Office is scheduled for Fri., 6/8. Preference is given to juniors in high school. This program gives an overview of the general selective college application process & does not focus on Middlebury College. It runs from 9am-12:30pm with registration beginning @ 8:15am. The workshop for students covers 1) The admissions process:  The student’s responsibilities in owning & directing the admissions process, 2) An admissions office’s responsibility in owning & directing the admissions process. The workshop for parents addresses 1) How to be a supportive & effective parent throughout the admissions process, 2) a presentation & discussion of case studies of college applications. The student/parent workshops will run simultaneously. In separate sessions there will be a financial aid overview as well as a hands-on session reviewing the Common Application process. Following the final presentation, individual afternoon appointments can be scheduled with Student Financial Services. In addition, students specifically interested in Middlebury are welcome to register to attend the afternoon info session & campus tour. The required registration deadline is Tues., 6/5.

  

  • The National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) is a residential science education program. Scientists from across the nation present lectures & hands-on science seminars & interact informally with student delegates. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, & cultural facilities. The NYSCamp experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, & kayaking opportunities. Delegates are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety. Only two students from each state & Washington, DC are selected each year, based on merit, to attend this almost month-long program at no charge to them, including travel. The NYSCamp will be held 6/27-7/18. Appplicants must be high school seniors graduating no later than 6/30/18.   More info is available @ nysc.org  Application must be received by 5/18.

 

 

 

Friday, May 11, 2018

  • Prom Tickets are on sale during lunches (12-2pm) from now until Wed., 5/16. Tickets will not be for sale on 5/17 or 5/18.  Tickets are $30 per person, cash or check made out to “SBHS Prom”.  Prom is Sat., 5/19 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, VT from 7-11pm.  
  • REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm. Forms are available in the main office.
  • Looking for Prom clothing and accessories? Check out the Prom Clothing Drive from 5/10-5/16, 7:30am-4pm in the Attendance Office. Prom dresses, suits and accessories are available at no cost!  We are still accepting donations as well.  See Ms. Weaver if you have questions.
  • There is a Medical Club meeting Mon., 5/14 @ 3:30 in the library conference room-all are welcome! UVM medical students will be attending to speak with the students.
  • Semester 2 & year-long CDC paperwork is due to be submitted no later than , 5/14 @ 3:30.  See or email Ms. Lundie if you have any questions.
  • The CDC is organizing a tour of the Air National Guard Base for interested students.  Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes on at the base.  The visit will be from 12-3 on Tues., 5/22. Sign up in the CDC in the Library by 5/15 if you are interested in attending.
  • Attn: Juniors: UVM is offering a College Planning Program, 5/23 @ 8:45-11:30am at the Admissions Visitors Center. It will include: a welcome form the Director of Admissions, Ryan Hargraves, an introduction to the MyCoalition platform, Tips & Tricks and an explanation of the college process, and a student panel and campus tour. Please see your guidance counselor by 5/18 if you are interested in attending. 
  • Juniors: The annual College Counseling workshop sponsored by the Middlebury College Admissions Office is scheduled for Fri., 6/8. Preference is given to juniors in high school. This program gives an overview of the general selective college application process & does not focus on Middlebury College. It runs from 9am-12:30pm with registration beginning @ 8:15am. The workshop for students covers 1) The admissions process:  The student’s responsibilities in owning & directing the admissions process, 2) An admissions office’s responsibility in owning & directing the admissions process. The workshop for parents addresses 1) How to be a supportive & effective parent throughout the admissions process, 2) a presentation & discussion of case studies of college applications. The student/parent workshops will run simultaneously. In separate sessions there will be a financial aid overview as well as a hands-on session reviewing the Common Application process. Following the final presentation, individual afternoon appointments can be scheduled with Student Financial Services. In addition, students specifically interested in Middlebury are welcome to register to attend the afternoon info session & campus tour. The required registration deadline is Tues., 6/5.

  

  • The National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) is a residential science education program. Scientists from across the nation present lectures & hands-on science seminars & interact informally with student delegates. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, & cultural facilities. The NYSCamp experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, & kayaking opportunities. Delegates are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety. Only two students from each state & Washington, DC are selected each year, based on merit, to attend this almost month-long program at no charge to them, including travel. The NYSCamp will be held 6/27-7/18. Appplicants must be high school seniors graduating no later than 6/30/18.   More info is available @ nysc.org  Application must be received by 5/18.

 

Thursday, May 10, 2018

  • Prom Tickets are on sale during lunches (12-2pm) from now until Wed., 5/16. Tickets will not be for sale on 5/17 or 5/18.  Tickets are $30 per person, cash or check made out to “SBHS Prom”.  Prom is Sat., 5/19 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, VT from 7-11pm.  
  • REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm. Forms are available in the main office.
  • Looking for Prom clothing and accessories? Check out the Prom Clothing Drive from 5/10-5/16, 7:30am-4pm in the Attendance Office. Prom dresses, suits and accessories are available at no cost!  We are still accepting donations as well.  See Ms. Weaver if you have questions.
  • There is a Medical Club meeting Mon., 5/14 @ 3:30 in the library conference room-all are welcome! UVM medical students will be attending to speak with the students.
  • There is a Girls Ice Hockey meeting Thurs. 5/10 @ 3:25 in the Athletic Office.
  • Semester 2 & year-long CDC paperwork is due to be submitted no later than , 5/14 @ 3:30.  See or email Ms. Lundie if you have any questions.
  • If you are interested in taking either Creative Writing or Nutrition @ the Community College of VT next Fall (Semester 1), please let your Guidance counselor know as soon as possible!  CCV has designed these dual enrollment courses to fit with our schedule.  Transportation will be provided.  Further steps to enroll will be required, but for now, all you need to do is let Guidance know you are interested!
  • The CDC is organizing a tour of the Air National Guard Base for interested students.  Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes on at the base.  The visit will be from 12-3 on Tues., 5/22. Sign up in the CDC in the Library by 5/15 if you are interested in attending.
  • Juniors: The annual College Counseling workshop sponsored by the Middlebury College Admissions Office is scheduled for Fri., 6/8. Preference is given to juniors in high school. This program gives an overview of the general selective college application process & does not focus on Middlebury College. It runs from 9am-12:30pm with registration beginning @ 8:15am. The workshop for students covers 1) The admissions process:  The student’s responsibilities in owning & directing the admissions process, 2) An admissions office’s responsibility in owning & directing the admissions process. The workshop for parents addresses 1) How to be a supportive & effective parent throughout the admissions process, 2) a presentation & discussion of case studies of college applications. The student/parent workshops will run simultaneously. In separate sessions there will be a financial aid overview as well as a hands-on session reviewing the Common Application process. Following the final presentation, individual afternoon appointments can be scheduled with Student Financial Services. In addition, students specifically interested in Middlebury are welcome to register to attend the afternoon info session & campus tour. The required registration deadline is Tues., 6/5.

  

  • The National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) is a residential science education program. Scientists from across the nation present lectures & hands-on science seminars & interact informally with student delegates. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, & cultural facilities. The NYSCamp experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, & kayaking opportunities. Delegates are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety. Only two students from each state & Washington, DC are selected each year, based on merit, to attend this almost month-long program at no charge to them, including travel. The NYSCamp will be held 6/27-7/18. Appplicants must be high school seniors graduating no later than 6/30/18.   More info is available @ nysc.org  Application must be received by 5/18.

 

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

  • There is a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 5/10 @ 8am in room 202.
  • REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm. Forms are available in the main office.
  • There is a Medical Club meeting Mon., 5/14 @ 3:30 in the library conference room-all are welcome!
  • Semester 2 & year-long CDC paperwork is due to be submitted no later than , 5/14 @ 3:30.  See or email Ms. Lundie if you have any questions.
  • If you are interested in taking either Creative Writing or Nutrition @ the Community College of VT next Fall (Semester 1), please let your Guidance counselor know as soon as possible!  CCV has designed these dual enrollment courses to fit with our schedule.  Transportation will be provided.  Further steps to enroll will be required, but for now, all you need to do is let Guidance know you are interested!
  • The CDC is organizing a tour of the Air National Guard Base for interested students.  Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes on at the base.  The visit will be from 12-3 on Tues., 5/22. Sign up in the CDC in the Library by 5/15 if you are interested in attending.
  • Juniors: The annual College Counseling workshop sponsored by the Middlebury College Admissions Office is scheduled for Fri., 6/8. Preference is given to juniors in high school. This program gives an overview of the general selective college application process & does not focus on Middlebury College. It runs from 9am-12:30pm with registration beginning @ 8:15am. The workshop for students covers 1) The admissions process:  The student’s responsibilities in owning & directing the admissions process, 2) An admissions office’s responsibility in owning & directing the admissions process. The workshop for parents addresses 1) How to be a supportive & effective parent throughout the admissions process, 2) a presentation & discussion of case studies of college applications. The student/parent workshops will run simultaneously. In separate sessions there will be a financial aid overview as well as a hands-on session reviewing the Common Application process. Following the final presentation, individual afternoon appointments can be scheduled with Student Financial Services. In addition, students specifically interested in Middlebury are welcome to register to attend the afternoon info session & campus tour. The required registration deadline is Tues., 6/5.
  • The National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) is a residential science education program. Scientists from across the nation present lectures & hands-on science seminars & interact informally with student delegates. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, & cultural facilities. The NYSCamp experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, & kayaking opportunities. Delegates are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety. Only two students from each state & Washington, DC are selected each year, based on merit, to attend this almost month-long program at no charge to them, including travel. The NYSCamp will be held 6/27-7/18. Appplicants must be high school seniors graduating no later than 6/30/18.   More info is available @ nysc.org  Application must be received by 5/18.

 

 

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.    Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • There is a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 5/10 @ 8am in room 202.
  • REMINDER; SBHS students planning to bring a guest to the SBHS prom must have a guest form fully completed & turned into the Main Office by Wed., 5/16 @ 3:30pm. Forms are available in the main office.
  • Semester 2 & year-long CDC paperwork is due to be submitted no later than , 5/14 @ 3:30.  See or email Ms. Lundie if you have any questions.
  • If you are interested in taking either Creative Writing or Nutrition @ the Community College of VT next Fall (Semester 1), please let your Guidance counselor know as soon as possible!  CCV has designed these dual enrollment courses to fit with our schedule.  Transportation will be provided.  Further steps to enroll will be required, but for now, all you need to do is let Guidance know you are interested!
  • The CDC is organizing a tour of the Air National Guard Base for interested students.  Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes on at the base.  The visit will be from 12-3 on Tues., 5/22. Sign up in the CDC in the Library by 5/15 if you are interested in attending.
  • Juniors: The annual College Counseling workshop sponsored by the Middlebury College Admissions Office is scheduled for Fri., 6/8. Preference is given to juniors in high school. This program gives an overview of the general selective college application process & does not focus on Middlebury College. It runs from 9am-12:30pm with registration beginning @ 8:15am. The workshop for students covers 1) The admissions process:  The student’s responsibilities in owning & directing the admissions process, 2) An admissions office’s responsibility in owning & directing the admissions process. The workshop for parents addresses 1) How to be a supportive & effective parent throughout the admissions process, 2) a presentation & discussion of case studies of college applications. The student/parent workshops will run simultaneously. In separate sessions there will be a financial aid overview as well as a hands-on session reviewing the Common Application process. Following the final presentation, individual afternoon appointments can be scheduled with Student Financial Services. In addition, students specifically interested in Middlebury are welcome to register to attend the afternoon info session & campus tour. The required registration deadline is Tues., 6/5.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.

Monday, May 7, 2018

  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.    Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • Interested in being an ambassador for Step-Up Night on 5/15? The guidance office is still looking for volunteers! The time commitment will be 6-8pm.   The evening is an opportunity for incoming students to receive a sample schedule, talk with current students, & tour the school.  If interested or would like more info, please stop by Guidance.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.

Friday, May 4, 2018

  • All juniors are asked to report to advisories on Fri., 5/4 during FACETime to prepare for the Vermont Science assessment.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.    Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • Interested in being an ambassador for Step-Up Night on 5/15? The guidance office is still looking for volunteers! The time commitment will be 6-8pm.   The evening is an opportunity for incoming students to receive a sample schedule, talk with current students, & tour the school.  If interested or would like more info, please stop by Guidance.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

  • On Thurs., May 3, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for seniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 5/3 @ 8am in room 202.
  • All juniors are asked to report to advisories on Fri., 5/4 during FACETime to prepare for the Vermont Science assessment.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.    Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • Interested in being an ambassador for Step-Up Night on 5/15? The guidance office is still looking for volunteers! The time commitment will be 6-8pm.   The evening is an opportunity for incoming students to receive a sample schedule, talk with current students, & tour the school.  If interested or would like more info, please stop by Guidance.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

  • On Wednesday, May 2, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for freshman, sophomores & juniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • On Thurs., May 3, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for seniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 5/3 @ 8am in room 202.
  • All juniors are asked to report to advisories on Fri., 5/4 during FACETime to prepare for the Vermont Science assessment.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.    Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • Interested in being an ambassador for Step-Up Night on 5/15? The guidance office is still looking for volunteers! The time commitment will be 6-8pm.   The evening is an opportunity for incoming students to receive a sample schedule, talk with current students, & tour the school.  If interested or would like more info, please stop by Guidance.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

  • Students who have signed up for AP Exams are required to attend an AP Information Meeting on Tuesday, May 1 during FACETime in the Auditorium.
  • On Wednesday, May 2, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for freshman, sophomores & juniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • On Thurs., May 3, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for seniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 5/3 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.     Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.

Monday, April 30, 2018

  • Students who have signed up for AP Exams are required to attend an AP Information Meeting on Tuesday, May 1 during FACETime in the Auditorium.
  • On Wednesday, May 2, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for freshman, sophomores & juniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • On Thurs., May 3, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting for seniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.  Please meet in Café 2 during FACETime.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 5/3 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Wed., 5/9 from 12:30-2pm, in room #124.     Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

Friday, April 20, 2018

  • On Wed., 5/2, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting in Caf 2 during FACETime for freshman, sophomores & juniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.
  • On Thurs., 5/3, there is a mandatory pre-registration meeting in Caf 2 during FACETime for seniors who have signed up to take an AP exam.
  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

Thursday, April 19, 2018

  • AP Exam Pre-Registration: To ensure all students are able to participate in Speak Week activities during FACETime, the information & pre-registration meetings for AP exams have been rescheduled.  If you have signed up to take an AP exam in May, mark your calendars to attend the mandatory information session on May 1, and one of the pre-registration meetings in Café 2 during FACETime on May 2 & May 3.
  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

  • A reminder from the Visual & Performing Arts Department: Today is the Annual Fine Arts Festival.  Please stop by the Art Studios for the Opening from 12pm-2pm. Enjoy refreshments & check out all of the fabulous work on display!  The evening event is 5:30-8:30. Bring your friends & family to the Art Exhibition & enjoy all of the musical performances.  Face Painting, Hands-on Clay & a paper craft will be available for the younger guests.  Come & Celebrate the Arts!
  • AP Exam Pre-Registration: To ensure all students are able to participate in Speak Week activities during FACETime, the information & pre-registration meetings for AP exams have been rescheduled.  If you have signed up to take an AP exam in May, mark your calendars to attend the mandatory information session on May 1, and one of the pre-registration meetings in Café 2 during FACETime on May 2 & May 3.
  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

  • The meeting of the Howling Herald Staff will be Tuesday morning at 8am in room 202.
  • AP Exam Pre-Registration: To ensure all students are able to participate in Speak Week activities during FACETime, the information & pre-registration meetings for AP exams have been rescheduled.  If you have signed up to take an AP exam in May, mark your calendars to attend the mandatory information session on May 1, and one of the pre-registration meetings in Café 2 during FACETime on May 2 & May 3.
  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • Attn. Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

Monday, April 16, 2018

  • AP Exam Pre-Registration: To ensure all students are able to participate in Speak Week activities during FACETime, the information & pre-registration meetings for AP exams have been rescheduled.  If you have signed up to take an AP exam in May, mark your calendars to attend the mandatory information session on May 1, and one of the pre-registration meetings in Café 2 during FACETime on May 2 & May 3.
  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

 

Friday, April 13, 2018

  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

  • Registration for the Fall online (VTVLC) courses will open on Mon., 4/16. Some classes are very popular and will fill up quickly, so please register early. If you have any questions or need help, contact Kathie Borrazzo in the guidance office or at kborrazzo@sbschools.net
  • Are you interested in an international college experience close to home at a reasonable price?  Come join us for the annual Consider Canada College Fair on Thurs., 4/12 from 6:30-8:30!  Beginning with a panel discussion @ 6:30, the fair will include the opportunity to meet with representatives from 12 Canadian Universities. Come & learn more about studying in Canada!  For more info, contact Kathie Borrazzo @ 652-7064 or kborrazzo@sbschools.net.
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

   Wednesday, April 11, 2018

  • The Library Advisory board will have its 1st meeting Thurs., 4/12 @ 7:45am in the Library Conference room. If you can't make it, but are still interested in participating, please see Mrs. Gallagher.
  • Are you interested in an international college experience close to home at a reasonable price?  Come join us for the annual Consider Canada College Fair on Thurs., 4/12 from 6:30-8:30!  Beginning with a panel discussion @ 6:30, the fair will include the opportunity to meet with representatives from 12 Canadian Universities. Come & learn more about studying in Canada!  For more info, contact Kathie Borrazzo @ 652-7064 or kborrazzo@sbschools.net.
  • There is a meeting of The Howling Herald staff Thurs., 4/12 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

  Monday, April 9, 2018

  • Tues, 4/10 is a SBHS testing day for students in grades 9, 10 & 11.  These students should arrive @ SBHS for 8:40am.  Seniors only will arrive for a later start.  Following testing, gray block 1 & 2 classes will begin for all students at 1:15. Busses will run on a 4-hour delay for those seniors who need bus transportation to SBHS.  Students will arrive at approximately 12:45 & may eat lunch before class.  See the website for a complete listing of bus routes.
  • There is a meeting of The Howling Herald staff Thurs., 4/12 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

Friday, April 6, 2018

  • Tues, 4/10 is a SBHS testing day for students in grades 9, 10 & 11.  These students should arrive @ SBHS for 8:40am.  Seniors only will arrive for a later start.  Following testing, gray block 1 & 2 classes will begin for all students at 1:15. Busses will run on a 4-hour delay for those seniors who need bus transportation to SBHS.  Students will arrive at approximately 12:45 & may eat lunch before class.  See the website for a complete listing of bus routes.
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

  • There will be a meeting of the journalism club Thurs., 4/5 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Tues, 4/10 is a SBHS testing day for students in grades 9, 10 & 11.  These students should arrive @ SBHS for 8:40am.  Seniors only will arrive for a later start.  Following testing, gray block 1 & 2 classes will begin for all students at 1:15. Busses will run on a 4-hour delay for those seniors who need bus transportation to SBHS.  Students will arrive at approximately 12:45 & may eat lunch before class.  See the website for a complete listing of bus routes.
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

  • Juniors who intend to take the school based SAT on Tues., 4/10 will be completing pre-registration in Caf 2 during advisory time on either Wed., 4/4 or Thurs., 4/5. Your advisor will let you know which day to report to Caf 2 for that activity.
  • Students: An Online PE class is being offered in Quarter 4. This class fits the needs of those students who don’t have the availability to fit Physical Education into their normal scheduled day.  This class will allow students to use activities from outside the classroom to demonstrate proficiency in PE as defined by SBHS & national standards.  Activities will include logging fitness tests, research & opinion papers, interviews, & observation activities.  Students will be required to accurately record participation hours & demonstrate self-direction, discipline & motivation. See your counselor in Guidance to sign up. Last day to add is 4/13.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit www.machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

  • The 19th Annual Career/Job Expo is Tues., 4/3 from 10-2pm in the Gym.  Come visit with professionals from over 70 different companies.  There are awesome raffle prizes including an IPad, a Dell Tablet, Gift Certificates & Wolf Pack Points! 
  • Juniors who intend to take the school-based SAT on Tues., 4/10 will be completing pre-registration in Caf 2 during advisory time on either Wed., 4/4 or Thurs., 4/5. Your advisor will let you know which day to report to Caf 2 for that activity.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • The Coolidge Foundation announces the 6th annual Calvin Writing Prize for VT students. The 1st place prize is a $1500 scholarship & the runner-up award is a $500 scholarship. The contest is open to all VT students age 13-19. This year’s prompt is: Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized. Write a speech you would deliver as President urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details/resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/   5/11 deadline.
  • Looking for a summer camp experience? Visit machiacamp.org for more info about Machia Wilderness Camp for students 11-18 years old. Earn state hunter, bow, fishing certification & trapping training. Classes in Ethics, Habitat, Orienteering & Wilderness Survival, Firearm Safety & Training, & Fish & Wildlife Conservation taught by Certified VT Hunter Educators. The day camp is held 7/9-7/14 @ the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, VT.

Monday, April 2, 2018

  • The 19th Annual Career/Job Expo is Tues., 4/3 from 10-2pm in the Gym.  Come visit with professionals from over 70 different companies.  There are awesome raffle prizes including an IPad, a Dell Tablet, Gift Certificates & Wolf Pack Points! 
  • Juniors who intend to take the school based SAT on Tues., 4/10 will be completing pre-registration in Caf 2 during advisory time on either Wed., 4/4 or Thurs., 4/5.  Your advisor will let you know which day to report to Caf 2 for that activity.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

Friday, March 30, 2018

  • The Lost & Found is FULL! Please stop by the attendance office and look for any of the items you may be missing.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, 3/30 @ at the end of the school day!
  • The 19th Annual Career/Job Expo is Tues., 4/3 from 10-2pm in the Gym.  Come visit with professionals from over 70 different companies.  There are awesome raffle prizes including an IPad, a Dell Tablet, Gift Certificates & Wolf Pack Points! 
  • Juniors who intend to take the school based SAT on Tues., 4/10 will be completing pre-registration in Caf 2 during advisory time on either Wed., 4/4 or Thurs., 4/5.  Your advisor will let you know which day to report to Caf 2 for that activity.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • Attn. JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

  • There is a meeting of the The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 3/29 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The Lost & Found is FULL! Please stop by the attendance office and look for any of the items you may be missing.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, 3/30 @ at the end of the school day!
  • The 19th Annual Career/Job Expo is Tues., 4/3 from 10-2pm in the Gym.  Come visit with professionals from over 70 different companies.  There are awesome raffle prizes including an IPad, a Dell Tablet, Gift Certificates & Wolf Pack Points! 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

  • There is a meeting of the The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 3/29 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The Lost & Found is FULL! Please stop by the attendance office and look for any of the items you may be missing.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, 3/30 @ at the end of the school day!
  • The 19th Annual Career/Job Expo is Tues., 4/3 from 10-2pm in the Gym.  Come visit with professionals from over 70 different companies.  There are awesome raffle prizes including an IPad, a Dell Tablet, Gift Certificates & Wolf Pack Points! 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

  • A representative from the Navy, (Theo Gonyaw, SB class of 2015), will be at a table in the lobby on 3/27 from 12-2 to speak with interested students.
  • There is a meeting of the The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 3/29 @ 8am in room 202.
  • The Lost & Found is FULL! Please stop by the attendance office and look for any of the items you may be missing.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, 3/30 @ at the end of the school day!
  • The 19th Annual Career/Job Expo is Tues., 4/3 from 10-2pm in the Gym.  Come visit with professionals from over 70 different companies.  There are awesome raffle prizes including an IPad, a Dell Tablet, Gift Certificates & Wolf Pack Points! 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

Monday, March 26, 2018

  • A representative from the Navy, (Theo Gonyaw, SB class of 2015), will be at a table in the lobby on 3/27 from 12-2 to speak with interested students.
  • The Lost & Found is FULL! Please stop by the attendance office and look for any of the items you may be missing.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, 3/30 @ at the end of the school day!
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1. 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • Attn. JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

Friday, March 23, 2018

  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Fri., 3/23 from 12-1:30pm, in room #124. Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1. 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.
  • Attn. JUNIORS: CVU is sponsoring a spring college fair on 4/2. Over 100 college admissions reps. will be available to talk with students. SBHS will be providing bus transportation for 45 students. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. The sign-up sheet is in the Guidance Office. A list of colleges that will be attending, & examples of questions one can ask admissions counselors are located near the sign-up sheet, can be found on the guidance webpage calendar & were emailed via Naviance. The bus will be leaving SBHS @ 11:10 & returning by 1pm for B lunch. THERE IS NO PARKING AVAILABLE @ CVU, so if you plan to attend you MUST travel on an SBHS bus. Parents/guardians-if you do not want your student to attend, please email Peg @ padams@sbschools.net by 3/30.

 

Thursday, March 22, 2018

  • Please join us tonight at FREE PACT Dinner, 5:30-7:00 p.m. in Caf. 2, where Lydia and Rachel Ambaye will present their inspirational vision for honoring students in rural Ethiopia. All are welcome!
  • There will be a meeting of the Journalism Club Thurs., 3/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Fri., 3/23 from 12-1:30pm, in room #124. Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 www.vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day  for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

  • There will be a meeting of the Journalism Club Thurs., 3/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Fri., 3/23 from 12-1:30pm, in room #124. Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1.
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 www.vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day  for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

  • Have a voice in the Library! Tues., 3/20 please come by the Library during FaceTime, or during your lunch & have a voice in the future of the SBHS Library!  Mrs. Gallagher will be in the Old Children's Room to discuss proposals & encourage feedback from students.  If you are interested, we are also forming a Library Advisory Board to focus on the Library policies/expectations. Please use this link to indicate your interest. https://goo.gl/forms/RRYsTUoqetxWqa0o1
  • There will be a meeting of the Journalism Club Thurs., 3/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Fri., 3/23 from 12-1:30pm, in room #124. Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • 19th Annual SB Career/Job Expo, Tues., 4/3. We need YOU-student ambassadors to host our guests (65 companies) for the day. You will receive 10 hours of community service, will network with professionals in careers that interest you and find out what opportunities exist post high school.  Pick up an application packet in the lobby, or outside the CDC office. There is a mandatory Expo Ambassador mtg. on 3/20 with two time options; 7:50-8:30am or 3:30-4:00pm in the Library Conference room. Contact Christine Lundie in the CDC with further questions.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1. 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.

Monday, March 19, 2018

  • Have a voice in the Library! Tues., 3/20 please come by the Library during FaceTime, or during your lunch & have a voice in the future of the SBHS Library!  Mrs. Gallagher will be in the Old Children's Room to discuss proposals & encourage feedback from students.  If you are interested, we are also forming a Library Advisory Board to focus on the Library policies/expectations. Please use this link to indicate your interest. https://goo.gl/forms/RRYsTUoqetxWqa0o1
  • There will be a meeting of the Journalism Club Thurs., 3/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents on Fri., 3/23 from 12-1:30pm, in room #124. Students should sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.
  • 19th Annual SB Career/Job Expo, Tues., 4/3. We need YOU-student ambassadors to host our guests (65 companies) for the day. You will receive 10 hours of community service, will network with professionals in careers that interest you and find out what opportunities exist post high school.  Pick up an application packet in the lobby, or outside the CDC office. There is a mandatory Expo Ambassador mtg. on 3/20 with two time options; 7:50-8:30am or 3:30-4:00pm in the Library Conference room. Contact Christine Lundie in the CDC with further questions.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1. 
  • Check out the following opportunities @ Vermont Technical College (VTC): Bridge Building Competition-3/23 vtc.edu/bridge, Try a Major Day for students in grades 10 thru 12-5/4 www.vtc.edu/tamd or email tamd@vtc.edu, Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Overnight Camp for girls entering grades 9 thru 10 7/8-7/12 www.vtc.edu/rosies, National Summer Transportation Institute 7/13-7/20 www.vtc.edu/nsti, Coder Camp for Girls for girls ages 12 thru 16, 7/16-20 www.vtc.edu/coder , AeroCamp for youths ages 12 thru 18, 7/30-8/3 www.vtc.edu/aerocamp , Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) for high school seniors, students receive a high school diploma & complete a year of college @ the same time www.vtc.edu/vast.

 Thursday, March 15, 2018

  • “Beware the Ides of March”
  • Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during lunches from 12-2pm. Cost is $10 each.  Talent Night performances are March 15, 16 & 17th @ 7pm.
  • Spring Sports Registration is open for all interested in playing a spring sport. Please follow all the steps on the www.sbwolves.com website to register:  http://www.sbwolves.com/page/show/1527949-sbhs-registration
  • March Madness DECA Fundraiser is back; Brackets are on sale in the lobby 12-2pm Tues., 3/13 & Wed., 3/14.  $5 per bracket.  Brackets due to Ms. Abate in the Main Office by Thurs., 3/15.  40% to the winner, 40% to DECA & 20% to the George Cannon Memorial Scholarship.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism staff Thurs., 3/15 @ 8 in room 202.
  • Any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring should attend a meeting Thurs., 3/15 in Room 108-109 @ 3:20.
  • Anyone interested in playing girls' tennis this spring should attend an informational mtg. Thurs., 3/15 @ 3:20 in Caf 1. Contact Sophie or Helen Bujold with questions! 
  • All boys’ lacrosse players should report to lacrosse/football locker room after school Thurs., 3/15 for locker & equipment assignment.
  • AP students:  The deadline for ordering AP exams is Fri., 3/17.  If you plan to take an AP exam in May, please place your order by the end of the week.  See Mrs. McDonald with questions.
  • 19th Annual SB Career/Job Expo, Tues., 4/3. We need YOU-student ambassadors to host our guests (65 companies) for the day. You will receive 10 hours of community service, will network with professionals in careers that interest you and find out what opportunities exist post high school.  Pick up an application packet in the lobby, or outside the CDC office. There is a mandatory Expo Ambassador mtg. on 3/20 with two time options; 7:50-8:30am or 3:30-4:00pm in the Library Conference room. Contact Christine Lundie in the CDC with further questions.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1. 
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV.

 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

  • Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during lunches from 12-2pm. Cost is $10 each.  Talent Night performances are March 15, 16 & 17th @ 7pm.
  • Spring Sports Registration is open for all interested in playing a spring sport. Please follow all the steps on the www.sbwolves.com website to register:  http://www.sbwolves.com/page/show/1527949-sbhs-registration
  • March Madness DECA Fundraiser is back; Brackets are on sale in the lobby 12-2pm Tues., 3/13 & Wed., 3/14.  $5 per bracket.  Brackets due to Ms. Abate in the Main Office by Thurs., 3/15.  40% to the winner, 40% to DECA & 20% to the George Cannon Memorial Scholarship.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism staff Thurs., 3/15 @ 8 in room 202.
  • Anyone interested in playing girls' tennis this spring should attend an informational mtg. Thurs., 3/15 @ 3:20 in Caf 1. Contact Sophie or Helen Bujold with questions! 
  • All boys’ lacrosse players should report to lacrosse/football locker room after school Thurs., 3/15 for locker & equipment assignment.
  • AP students:  The deadline for ordering AP exams is Fri., 3/17.  If you plan to take an AP exam in May, please place your order by the end of the week.  See Mrs. McDonald with questions.
  • 19th Annual SB Career/Job Expo, Tues., 4/3. We need YOU-student ambassadors to host our guests (65 companies) for the day. You will receive 10 hours of community service, will network with professionals in careers that interest you and find out what opportunities exist post high school.  Pick up an application packet in the lobby, or outside the CDC office. There is a mandatory Expo Ambassador mtg. on 3/20 with two time options; 7:50-8:30am or 3:30-4:00pm in the Library Conference room. Contact Christine Lundie in the CDC with further questions.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1. 
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV.

Monday, March 12, 2018

  • Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during lunches from 12-2pm. Cost is $10 each.  Talent Night performances are March 15, 16 & 17th @ 7pm.
  • Spring Sports Registration is open for all interested in playing a spring sport. Please follow all the steps on the www.sbwolves.com website to register:  http://www.sbwolves.com/page/show/1527949-sbhs-registration
  • March Madness DECA Fundraiser is back; Brackets are on sale in the lobby 12-2pm Tues., 3/13 & Wed., 3/14.  $5 per bracket.  Brackets due to Ms. Abate in the Main Office by Thurs., 3/15.  40% to the winner, 40% to DECA & 20% to the George Cannon Memorial Scholarship.
  • There will be a meeting of the journalism staff Thurs., 3/15 @ 8 in room 202.
  • Anyone interested in playing girls' tennis this spring should attend an informational mtg. Thurs., 3/15 @ 3:20 in Caf 1. Contact Sophie or Helen Bujold with questions! 
  • AP students:  The deadline for ordering AP exams is Fri., 3/17.  If you plan to take an AP exam in May, please place your order by the end of the week.  See Mrs. McDonald with questions.
  • 19th Annual SB Career/Job Expo, Tues., 4/3. We need YOU-student ambassadors to host our guests (65 companies) for the day. You will receive 10 hours of community service, will network with professionals in careers that interest you and find out what opportunities exist post high school.  Pick up an application packet in the lobby, or outside the CDC office. There is a mandatory Expo Ambassador mtg. on 3/20 with two time options; 7:50-8:30am or 3:30-4:00pm in the Library Conference room. Contact Christine Lundie in the CDC with further questions.
  • The American Legion is sponsoring the VT Law Cadet Training Program to be held 6/17-6/22 at the Police Academy in Pittsford, VT. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age & a current junior or senior.  The purpose of the Cadet Training Program is to help young people gain knowledge regarding training & responsibilities of Law Enforcement Officers.  For more information, see Peg in Guidance or call 802-223-7131 or email alvthq@myfairpoint.net.  Deadline to apply is 4/1.
  • Attn. grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college.  New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include: admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.

Friday, March 9, 2018

  • Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during lunches from 12-2pm. Cost is $10 each.  Talent Night performances are March 15, 16 & 17th at 7pm.
  • Spring Sports Registration is open for all interested in playing a spring sport. Please follow all the steps on the www.sbwolves.com website:  http://www.sbwolves.com/page/show/1527949-sbhs-registration
  • Baseball informational meeting Fri., 3/9 at 3:20-3:45 in Café 1; pitchers and catchers begin the week of 3/12; for further info see Coach Goyette.
  • Boys Lacrosse informational meeting Fri., 3/9 during Facetime in the Weight Room, see Coach Gar for further information.
  • 19th Annual SB Career/Job Expo, Tues., 4/3. We need YOU-student ambassadors to host our guests (65 companies) for the day. You will receive 10 hours of community service, will network with professionals in careers that interest you and find out what opportunities exist post high school.  Pick up an application packet in the lobby, or outside the CDC office. There is a mandatory Expo Ambassador mtg. on 3/20 with two time options; 7:50-8:30am or 3:30-4:00pm in the Library Conference room. Contact Christine Lundie in the CDC with further questions.
  • The Coolidge Foundation is pleased to announce the sixth annual Calvin Writing Prize for Vermont Students. The first place prize is a $1500 scholarship, runner-up award is a $500 scholarship.  The contest is open to all VT students ages 13-19.  This year’s prompt is:  Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized.  Write a speech you would deliver as president urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details and resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/.  The deadline is 5/11.
  • grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college. New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include: admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.

 

Thursday, March 8, 2018

  • Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during lunches from 12-2pm. Cost is $10 each.  Talent Night performances are March 15, 16 & 17th at 7pm.
  • Debate Team Mtg. Thurs., 3/8 at 3:30 in room 203-204.
  • Baseball informational meeting Fri., 3/9 at 3:20-3:45 in Café 1; pitchers and catchers begin the week of 3/12; for further info see Coach Goyette.
  • The Coolidge Foundation is pleased to announce the sixth annual Calvin Writing Prize for Vermont Students. The first place prize is a $1500 scholarship, runner-up award is a $500 scholarship.  The contest is open to all VT students ages 13-19.  This year’s prompt is:  Pick one issue today where you believe America’s founding principles guaranteeing equal rights for all citizens are not being fully realized.  Write a speech you would deliver as president urging Americans to correct the injustice.  For details and resources, please visit https://coolidgefoundation.org/the-calvin-writing-prize/.  The deadline is 5/11.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Burlington Subaru, Burlington Hyundai, WCAX, WJOY, KOOL 105.1, The Buzz 99.9, WOKO 98.9, WIZN 106.7, NBT Bank, Milne Travel, Angolano & Company will once again award one lucky junior or senior a brand new car @ the end of the school year. "Drive for Excellence" will reward students based on their academic performance. Students will earn 2 entries into the contest for each "A" they receive & 1 for each "B". Deadline to register all entries is 11:59pm on 4/30/18. All report cards must be received by the close of business day (6pm) 5/5/18. The Grand Prize Giveaway for the new car & three $1000 scholarships from NBT Bank is scheduled for 10am, Sat., 5/19/18.  Contest info & registration can be found @ www.burlingtoncars.com/drive-for-excellence-register.htm

 

Thursday, February 23, 2018

  • There is a meeting of The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 2/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • There is a Debate Team meeting Thurs., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • Reminder to juniors & their parents/guardians: The SBHS Guidance Dept. will be hosting a Junior Guidance Post-Secondary Information Session on, 2/22 from 7:30-8:30AM (yes, morning) in the auditorium. The focus will be on the college planning process & the importance of exploration.  Specific information about testing & college visits will be covered. There will also be a panel of seniors to share their wisdom & expertise.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • CTE/Pre-Tech visit day is scheduled for, 3/8.  Please sign up in Guidance.
  • grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college. New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include: admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.
  • Attn. 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

 

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

  • A rep from the US Army will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Wed., 2/21 from 12-2.
  • There is a Speech Team meeting Wed., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • There is a meeting of The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 2/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • There is a Debate Team meeting Thurs., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • Reminder to juniors & their parents/guardians: The SBHS Guidance Dept. will be hosting a Junior Guidance Post-Secondary Information Session on, 2/22 from 7:30-8:30AM (yes, morning) in the auditorium. The focus will be on the college planning process & the importance of exploration.  Specific information about testing & college visits will be covered. There will also be a panel of seniors to share their wisdom & expertise.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • CTE/Pre-Tech visit day is scheduled for, 3/8.  Please sign up in Guidance.
  • grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college. New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include: admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.
  • Attn. 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

 

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20 See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • A rep from the US Army will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Wed., 2/21 from 12-2.
  • There is a Speech Team meeting Wed., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • There is a meeting of The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 2/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • There is a Debate Team meeting Thurs., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • Reminder to juniors & their parents/guardians: The SBHS Guidance Dept. will be hosting a Junior Guidance Post-Secondary Information Session on, 2/22 from 7:30-8:30AM (yes, morning) in the auditorium. The focus will be on the college planning process & the importance of exploration.  Specific information about testing & college visits will be covered. There will also be a panel of seniors to share their wisdom & expertise.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • CTE/Pre-Tech visit day is scheduled for, 3/8.  Please sign up in Guidance.
  • grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college. New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include: admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.
  • Attn. 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

Monday, February 19, 2018

  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20 See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • There is a Speech Team meeting Wed., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • There is a meeting of The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 2/22 @ 8am in room 202.
  • There is a Debate Team meeting Thurs., 2/21 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • A rep from the US Army will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Wed., 2/21 from 12-2.
  • grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college. New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include: admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: at Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

Friday, February 16, 2018

  • All interested sophomores & juniors: The Peer Leadership 1 and Peer Leadership 2 applications are due Fri., 2/16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Randall-Mullins or Hannah Dransfield.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents Fri., 2/16 from 11:30-1:30pm in room #124. Students need to sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.  Other dates are 3/23 & 4/13.
  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • A rep from the US Army will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Wed., 2/21 from 12-2.
  • grades 10, 11, 12 & parents/guardians: VSAC's free college planning workshops, "College & Career Pathways 2018", is being held @ St. Michael's College on Sat., 3/17. This is a free half-day conference to introduce & guide you through all things college. New this year—pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships & great careers without college. New workshop paths allow high school families to focus on the topics that matter most to them, with 15 different college & career workshops to choose from led by experts in the field. Topics include admissions process & college search, how to pay—applying for financial aid, scholarships & grants, campus life, internships, co-ops & study abroad, skilled trades, apprenticeships, certificate programs & more.  For more info & to register visit http://www.vsac.org/plan/college-career-pathways Register early as this event fills quickly. If you are unable to attend the event at Saint Michael's College, there are two more "College and Career Pathways" events coming up: at Castleton University on 4/7 & @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson on 3/24.
  • Attn. 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more info & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

  • All interested sophomores & juniors: The Peer Leadership 1 and Peer Leadership 2 applications are due Fri., 2/16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Randall-Mullins or Hannah Dransfield.
  • There is a meeting for The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 2/15 @8am in room 202.
  • There is a meeting of the Debate Team Thurs., 2/15 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents Fri., 2/16 from 11:30-1:30pm in room #124. Students need to sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.  Other dates are 3/23 & 4/13.
  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net

 Wednesday, February 14, 2018

  • All interested sophomores & juniors: The Peer Leadership 1 and Peer Leadership 2 applications are due Fri., 2/16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Randall-Mullins or Hannah Dransfield.
  • There is a meeting for The Howling Herald Staff Thurs., 2/15 @8am in room 202.
  • There is a meeting of the Debate Team Thurs., 2/15 @ 3:30 in rooms 203-204.
  • Big Picture will host an Open House for prospective students/parents Fri., 2/16 from 11:30-1:30pm in room #124. Students need to sign-up via our website to attend:  https://bigpicturesb.org/schedule-a-visit/.  Other dates are 3/23 & 4/13.
  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

  • The SBHS Chorus is offering Singing Valentines during the day on Wed., 2/14. Consider chipping in with members of your class to purchase the best part of valentine-themed songs to be performed especially for your class!!! $5 will get you one performance- you can choose up to 3!  Plenty of titles to choose from- be sure to check with your teacher for the best time to be serenaded!  Staff- feel free to send some levity to colleagues- this is a great way to add a little sunshine to your day!!!!  Questions? Contact Aimee Bushey, Faith Leduc, Hunter Delaney, or Savana Goslovich.
  • Paula Ralston, SB School District School Psychologist, will present “Understanding & Caring for the Adolescent Brain”, a talk for Middle & High School parents/guardians. She will share what’s been learned from the field of neuropsychology as it relates to the adolescent brain/development on Thurs., 2/15 @ 6:30-8pm in the FHTMS library.
  • to all interested sophomores: The Peer Leadership 1 Application is now open. Interested students should join the NEO class "FY 2018 Peer Leadership 1 Application."  After joining, students will be able to access the application. Applications are due by February 16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Mrs. Erin Randall - Mullins or Mrs. Hannah Dransfield.
  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • seniors: Information on scholarships that are sent to Guidance can be found in Naviance (document library, & “colleges I’m applying to” tab, “scholarships & money” links) & on the SBHS guidance website. Information is updated regularly throughout the school year. The first page of the document has links to general scholarship websites. Also, be sure to pay attention to financial aid deadlines for the college(s) to which you are applying. The VSAC assisted scholarships booklet is now available in Guidance. The submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is February 16, 2018.
  • Attn. 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more details & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions. 

Monday, February 12, 2018

  • The SBHS Chorus is offering Singing Valentines during the day on Wed., 2/14. Consider chipping in with members of your class to purchase the best part of valentine-themed songs to be performed especially for your class!!! $5 will get you one performance- you can choose up to 3!  Plenty of titles to choose from- be sure to check with your teacher for the best time to be serenaded!  Staff- feel free to send some levity to colleagues- this is a great way to add a little sunshine to your day!!!!  Questions? Contact Aimee Bushey, Faith Leduc, Hunter Delaney, or Savana Goslovich.
  • Paula Ralston, SB School District School Psychologist, will present “Understanding & Caring for the Adolescent Brain”, a talk for Middle & High School parents/guardians. She will share what’s been learned from the field of neuropsychology as it relates to the adolescent brain/development on Thurs., 2/15 @ 6:30-8pm in the FHTMS library.
  • to all interested sophomores: The Peer Leadership 1 Application is now open. Interested students should join the NEO class "FY 2018 Peer Leadership 1 Application."  After joining, students will be able to access the application. Applications are due by February 16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Mrs. Erin Randall - Mullins or Mrs. Hannah Dransfield.
  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • seniors: Information on scholarships that are sent to Guidance can be found in Naviance (document library, & “colleges I’m applying to” tab, “scholarships & money” links) & on the SBHS guidance website. Information is updated regularly throughout the school year. The first page of the document has links to general scholarship websites. Also, be sure to pay attention to financial aid deadlines for the college(s) to which you are applying. The VSAC assisted scholarships booklet is now available in Guidance. The submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is February 16, 2018.
  • Attn. 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more details & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

Friday, February 9, 2018

  • The clothing “Lost & Found” is full! If you are missing any clothing items, please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin before Fri., 2/9.  All items will be donated to charity by the end of the day Fri., 2/9!
  • SB's POETRY OUTLOUD competition is Mon., 2/12 @ 3:30 in Room 204!  Bring copies of your poems & be prepared to stand & deliver to the judges.   See Ms. Sheehey if you have any questions before the event begins. 
  • South Burlington Student Diversity Union is participating in a coordinated statewide “black-out” to stand in solidarity with victims lost to police brutality and racialized violence. If you would like to participate wear all black to school on Tues., 2/13.
  • The SBHS Chorus is offering Singing Valentines during the day on Wed., 2/14. Consider chipping in with members of your class to purchase the best part of valentine-themed songs to be performed especially for your class!!! $5 will get you one performance- you can choose up to 3!  Plenty of titles to choose from- be sure to check with your teacher for the best time to be serenaded!  Staff- feel free to send some levity to colleagues- this is a great way to add a little sunshine to your day!!!!  Questions? Contact Aimee Bushey, Faith Leduc, Hunter Delaney, or Savana Goslovich.
  • Paula Ralston, SB School District School Psychologist, will present “Understanding & Caring for the Adolescent Brain”, a talk for Middle & High School parents/guardians. She will share what’s been learned from the field of neuropsychology as it relates to the adolescent brain/development on Thurs., 2/15 @ 6:30-8pm in the FHTMS library.
  • to all interested sophomores: The Peer Leadership 1 Application is now open. Interested students should join the NEO class "FY 2018 Peer Leadership 1 Application."  After joining, students will be able to access the application. Applications are due by February 16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Mrs. Erin Randall - Mullins or Mrs. Hannah Dransfield.
  • The Burlington Tech Center site visit has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 20See Gayle in Guidance with any questions.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • seniors: Information on scholarships that are sent to Guidance can be found in Naviance (document library, & “colleges I’m applying to” tab, “scholarships & money” links) & on the SBHS guidance website. Information is updated regularly throughout the school year. The first page of the document has links to general scholarship websites. Also, be sure to pay attention to financial aid deadlines for the college(s) to which you are applying. The VSAC assisted scholarships booklet is now available in Guidance. The submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is February 16, 2018.
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more details & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

 

Thursday, February 8, 2018

  • Freshmen will be choosing classes for next year on , 2/7 & Thurs., 2/8.  Bring your completed (pink) course request form on those days. Students interested in learning more about the Center for Technology-Essex & Burlington Technical Center can sign up in Guidance for a site visit.  BTC is scheduled for Wed., 2/7 & CTE for Tues., 2/13.
  • A rep from the Marines will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Thurs., 2/8 from 12-2.
  • The clothing “lost & Found” is full! If you are missing any clothing items, please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin before Fri., 2/9.  All items will be donated to charity by the end of the day Fri., 2/9!
  • The SBHS Chorus is offering Singing Valentines during the day on Wed., 2/14. Consider chipping in with members of your class to purchase the best part of valentine-themed songs to be performed specially for your class!!! $5 will get you one performance- you can choose up to 3!  Plenty of titles to choose from- be sure to check with your teacher for the best time to be serenaded!  Staff- feel free to send some levity to colleagues- this is a great way to add a little sunshine to your day!!!!  Questions? Contact Aimee Bushey, Faith Leduc, Hunter Delaney, or Savana Goslovich.
  • to all interested sophomores: The Peer Leadership 1 Application is now open. Interested students should join the NEO class "FY 2018 Peer Leadership 1 Application."  After joining, students will be able to access the application. Applications are due by February 16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Mrs. Erin Randall - Mullins or Mrs. Hannah Dransfield.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • Paula Ralston, SB School District School Psychologist, will present “Understanding & Caring for the Adolescent Brain”, a talk for Middle & High School parents/guardians. She will share what’s been learned from the field of neuropsychology as it relates to the adolescent brain/development on Thurs., 2/15 @ 6:30-8pm in the FHTMS library.
  • seniors: Information on scholarships that are sent to Guidance can be found in Naviance (document library, & “colleges I’m applying to” tab, “scholarships & money” links) & on the SBHS guidance website. Information is updated regularly throughout the school year. The first page of the document has links to general scholarship websites. Also, be sure to pay attention to financial aid deadlines for the college(s) to which you are applying. The VSAC assisted scholarships booklet is now available in Guidance. The submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is February 16, 2018.
  • Champlain College Young Writers' Conference, May 25-27. Open to high school students who wish to share their passion for story, drama, & song with other students & celebrated New England authors. There are 3 days of readings, improv, Moth storytelling, poetry slams, & literary jazz/blues fusion on the campus of Champlain College. The 2018 Keynote Speaker,award-winning poet Gennarose Nethercott, is the author The Lumberjack’s Dove (Ecco/HarperCollins, 2018), selected by Louise Glück as a winner of the National Poetry Series. Her other recent projects include A Ghost of Water (an ekphrastic collaboration with printmaker Susan Osgood) & the narrative song collection Modern Ballads. She tours nationally & internationally composing poems-to-order for strangers on a 1952 Hermes Rocket typewriter, and is one third of The Traveling Poetry Emporium, a team of poets/educators who bring poems-to-order events to museums, universities, & libraries.  Postmark deadline is 2/23.  Please visit http://www.champlain.edu/write for more info.
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more details & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

  • Sophomores will be choosing classes for next year on , 2/5 & Tues., 2/6.  Bring your completed (purple) course request form on those days.
  • The deadline for semester one CDC paperwork is 2/6 by 3:30. Make sure you get credit for your hard work.  See Mrs. Lundie in the CDC with questions.
  • Freshmen will be choosing classes for next year on , 2/7 & Thurs., 2/8.  Bring your completed (pink) course request form on those days. Students interested in learning more about the Center for Technology-Essex & Burlington Technical Center can sign up in Guidance for a site visit.  BTC is scheduled for Wed., 2/7 & CTE for Tues., 2/13.
  • A rep from the Marines will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Thurs., 2/8 from 12-2.
  • The clothing “lost & Found” is full! If you are missing any clothing items, please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin before Fri., 2/9.  All items will be donated to charity by the end of the day Fri., 2/9!
  • to all interested sophomores: The Peer Leadership 1 Application is now open. Interested students should join the NEO class "FY 2018 Peer Leadership 1 Application."  After joining, students will be able to access the application. Applications are due by February 16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Mrs. Erin Randall - Mullins or Mrs. Hannah Dransfield.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • Paula Ralston, SB School District School Psychologist, will present “Understanding & Caring for the Adolescent Brain”, a talk for Middle & High School parents/guardians. She will share what’s been learned from the field of neuropsychology as it relates to the adolescent brain/development on Thurs., 2/15 @ 6:30-8pm in the FHTMS library.
  • seniors: Information on scholarships that are sent to Guidance can be found in Naviance (document library, & “colleges I’m applying to” tab, “scholarships & money” links) & on the SBHS guidance website. Information is updated regularly throughout the school year. The first page of the document has links to general scholarship websites. Also, be sure to pay attention to financial aid deadlines for the college(s) to which you are applying. The VSAC assisted scholarships booklet is now available in Guidance. The submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is February 16, 2018.
  • Champlain College Young Writers' Conference, May 25-27. Open to high school students who wish to share their passion for story, drama, & song with other students & celebrated New England authors. There are 3 days of readings, improv, Moth storytelling, poetry slams, & literary jazz/blues fusion on the campus of Champlain College. The 2018 Keynote Speaker,award-winning poet Gennarose Nethercott, is the author The Lumberjack’s Dove (Ecco/HarperCollins, 2018), selected by Louise Glück as a winner of the National Poetry Series. Her other recent projects include A Ghost of Water (an ekphrastic collaboration with printmaker Susan Osgood) & the narrative song collection Modern Ballads. She tours nationally & internationally composing poems-to-order for strangers on a 1952 Hermes Rocket typewriter, and is one third of The Traveling Poetry Emporium, a team of poets/educators who bring poems-to-order events to museums, universities, & libraries.  Postmark deadline is 2/23.  Please visit http://www.champlain.edu/write for more info.
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more details & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.

Monday, February 5, 2018

  • Sophomores will be choosing classes for next year on, 2/5 & Tues., 2/6.  Bring your completed (purple) course request form on those days.
  • The deadline for semester one CDC paperwork is 2/6 by 3:30. Make sure you get credit for your hard work.  See Mrs. Lundie in the CDC with questions.
  • Freshmen will be choosing classes for next year on, 2/7 & Thurs., 2/8.  Bring your completed (pink) course request form on those days. Students interested in learning more about the Center for Technology-Essex & Burlington Technical Center can sign up in Guidance for a site visit.  BTC is scheduled for Wed., 2/7 & CTE for Tues., 2/13.
  • A rep from the Marines will be in the lobby to speak with interested students on Thurs., 2/8 from 12-2.
  • The clothing “Lost & Found” is full! If you are missing any clothing items, please stop down to the Attendance Office to look through the bin before Fri., 2/9.  All items will be donated to charity by the end of the day Fri., 2/9!
  • to all interested sophomores: The Peer Leadership 1 Application is now open. Interested students should join the NEO class "FY 2018 Peer Leadership 1 Application."  After joining, students will be able to access the application. Applications are due by February 16 @ 3:30pm. Please direct any questions to Erin Mrs. Erin Randall - Mullins or Mrs. Hannah Dransfield.
  • The Med Mentor SIG @ the Larner College of Medicine wishes to extend an invitation to SBHS students for Sat., 2/24 @ 8:30am-3pm for students wishing to learn more about the healthcare field as a whole.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please see or email the CDC Coordinator, Ms. Lundie @ clundie@sbschools.net
  • Paula Ralston, SB School District School Psychologist, will present “Understanding & Care for the Adolescent Brain”, a talk for Middle & High School parents/guardians. She will share what’s been learned from the field of neuropsychology as it relates to the adolescent brain/development on Thurs., 2/15 @ 6:30-8pm in the FHTMS library.
  • seniors: Information on scholarships that are sent to Guidance can be found in Naviance (document library, & “colleges I’m applying to” tab, “scholarships & money” links) & on the SBHS guidance website. Information is updated regularly throughout the school year. The first page of the document has links to general scholarship websites. Also, be sure to pay attention to financial aid deadlines for the college(s) to which you are applying. The VSAC assisted scholarships booklet is now available in Guidance. The submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is February 16, 2018.
  • Champlain College Young Writers' Conference, May 25-27. Open to high school students who wish to share their passion for story, drama, & song with other students & celebrated New England authors. There are 3 days of readings, improv, Moth storytelling, poetry slams, & literary jazz/blues fusion on the campus of Champlain College. The 2018 Keynote Speaker, award-winning poet Gennarose Nethercott, is the author The Lumberjack’s Dove (Ecco/HarperCollins, 2018), selected by Louise Glück as a winner of the National Poetry Series. Her other recent projects include A Ghost of Water (an ekphrastic collaboration with printmaker Susan Osgood) & the narrative song collection Modern Ballads. She tours nationally & internationally composing poems-to-order for strangers on a 1952 Hermes Rocket typewriter, and is one-third of The Traveling Poetry Emporium, a team of poets/educators who bring poems-to-order events to museums, universities, & libraries.  Postmark deadline is 2/23.  Please visit http://www.champlain.edu/write for more info.
  • 9, 10 & 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on VT college campuses in the summer. This year's Institutes are as follows:  Arts, 6/24-7/8; Environmental Science & Technology*, 7/22-7/28; Engineering, 7/8-7/14; Mathematical Sciences, 6/25-6/30; Current Issues & Youth Activism, 7/1-7/10; Information Technology & Digital Media, 6/22-7/1; Entrepreneurship*, 7/5-7/12; Young Writers, 6/18-6/24; Astronomy, 7/15-7/21; Architecture, Design & Building 7/15-7/21; Health & Medicine, 7/22-7/28.  *College credit available.  Visit www.giv.org for more details & an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm 3/22 (so we can do our paperwork & submit names to GIV by their 4/1 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10 & 11th graders, depending on space. See Peg in Guidance with questions.