“The mission of Stowe High School is to provide a welcoming and academically rigorous environment, where all students are encouraged to be Creative, Caring and Collaborative learners”
Fall is right around the corner….September 23rd to be exact! As the weather starts to shift to cooler temperatures, so does the pace of the school year. However, I must say that all staff and students have really settled into their routines with amazing focus and energy. It was a pleasure seeing many of you at last week’s open house and I personally thank you for being an active part of your child’s educational journey. Please see the important dates listed below. As you can see there are many opportunities to join us for programs where we focus on strengthening the school and family bond.
If you are interested in learning more about the Mastery Report changes for the 2023-2024 school year and beyond, please join us in the SMHS auditorium this Wednesday at 6:00 PM. The shift from a 5 point to 4 point scale will be discussed with myself and LSSU Director of Curriculum Toni Martindell. Please see our FAQ for more information.
Happy Almost Autumn,
September 20th- SHS College Fair @ 12:30pm-1:30pm in the gym
September 20th- Updated Mastery Report Parent night @ 6:00pm SMHS Auditorium
September 22nd- Senior Class Picture Day
September 25th – Yom Kippur (No School)
September 26th – School Picture Day (8 Block Day)
October 3rd and 5th- Vision Screenings
October 9th – Indigenous Peoples Day (No School)
October 10th- 8 Block Day
October 18th-Junior meeting @ 8am in the Auditorium (students and families)
October 27th – Early Release
November 10th – Veterans Day (No School)
November 20th – 24th – Thanksgiving Week (No School)
Some action shots from our newest elective Cultures and Cuisine with Mr. K!
This morning we welcomed Sam Prouty (Admission Director, Middlebury College). He led a fascinating conversation on the college admissions process and gave a sneak peek into what it all looks like, for both students and parents who attended!
From The Desk of Tim Albertson (AD- Athletics/Activities)
I hope you have enjoyed your weekend. This past week was an exciting one for the Raiders. Here are the recaps of the games/meets:
The Golf Team won their Match on Monday at Barre Country Club. Isaiah Thomas was the Medalist (37). On Thursday the Team finished 3rd and Rowan Turner was the Medalist (40).
Cross Country – Boys Cross Country won the Danville Meet on Thursday. Results – Enzo DeLena 2nd Place, Jack Levine 4th Place, Nico DeLena 9th Place. Girls Cross Country finished in the 3rd Place Overall. Leila Griffith 2nd Place, Lydia Matson 7th, Hattie Mitchell 9th.
Field Hockey – Finished 1-2 this week, with losses to North Country 2-1 (Goal by Gabby Doehla) and Montpelier 5-0. However, they Beat Missisquoi 2-1. Evie Song scored the game winner for her first varsity goal. Gabby Doehla scored the other goal.
Boys Soccer – Finished the week 2-0 with wins over BFA Fairfax (7-1, Goals by Aaron Lepikko (2), Cody Lilly, Hugo Jercinovic, Wyatt Lilly, Julian Roscioli-Barran, Graeme Jostrand) and North Country (3-0, Cody Lilly with 2 Goals, 1 Assist; Leo Jercinovic 1 Goal, 1 Assist; Aaron Lepikko with an Assist). JV Boys Soccer beat North Country 7-0.
Girls Soccer – Went 1-1 this week with a 2-1 loss from Colchester (Ana Ortiz Goal, Tanner Gregory with 22 Saves) and a 2-1 victory over North Country (Goals – Izzy Lovell, Mena Spaulding (First Varsity Goal); Assists – Ana Ortiz and Mena Spaulding) . JV Girls Soccer lost 1-0 against Colchester and their North Country game was postponed.
This week looks to be another busy week on the road for our sports teams. The auditions are complete and casting has been done for the High School Musical. Rehearsals are in full swing. Looking forward to the show at the beginning of December.
Here is this week’s schedule. Have a great week!!
School Counseling Corner
Mrs. Lauren Conti: All 11th and 12th grade students
Ms. Jennifer Richter: All 9th and 10th grade students
Please view the September newsletter here for important information, dates, and events!
How to Appeal your FEMA Determination Letter – If you receive a letter from FEMA that stating you are ineligible for assistance, you can appeal. Ineligible does not mean denied – just that FEMA has not received everything needed to process your application.
Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Night – family-friendly, all souls interfaith gathering
- Decorate luminaries, enjoy snacks and drinks, hear from community members
- Medical/mental health community welcome on behalf of patients
- 10/7, 5:30-7:30pm
- 291 Bostwick Farm Road, Shelburne
- RSVP by September 23 to have a personalized candle made
Planning Commission public hearing of zoning changes to support housing options in Stowe
- 9/18, 5:30pm
- Akeley Memorial Building or online
Family Law Clinic with Legal Services: for low-income Vermonters to get answers about divorce, parentage, custody, visitation, child support and more
- 9/26, 9am-12pm
- Eligibility info
- Appointment only; call 800-889-2047, mention Family Law Clinic
VOTE for Lamoille Valley Rail Trail as a finalist in the America’s Transportation Awards. LVRT is vying against 11 other organizations for:
- the Grand Prize (determined by a panel of judges)
- the People’s Choice Award (chosen by the public) – VOTE NOW (can vote once per day; please vote as often as possible)
GMTCC Free workshop on current LGBTQ+ community trends and issues: Part II to the March training but accessible regardless
- 10/3, 12-2pm
- RSVP: email@example.com
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for your Business Website: Learn how to improve search engine rankings and performance, use keywords effectively, and create a google business profile for local search results.
- 10/5, 12-1pm
Veterans Small Business Symposium for Veteran Business Owners: network with your colleagues and hear from experts in all stages of business growth and development
- 9/27, 12:30-4pm
North by Northeast: Navigating Your Small Business – funding, marketing, legal workshops
- 9/30, 8am-2:45pm
- VSU – Randolph, Judd Hall
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