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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.