Stowe High School Family Update

November 14, 2023

“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”

Kudos to our amazing  school nurse Mrs. Elise Rozendaal!  Check out the spotlight article from Healthy Lamoille Valley “HLV Coalition Spotlight!”

Important Dates

November 16th – SHS Fall Concert @ 7:30PM in the Auditorium

November 17th- She’s the First Spikeball Tournament after school

November 20-21st – No School/Professional Development

November 22-24th – Thanksgiving Break

Nov 26 – Northern Vermont Scholastic Chess Tournament- Click here for details!

November 27th – Winter Sports Begin

December 8th- No School-Teacher/Family Conferences

December 14th- 10th Grade field trip to GMTCC

December 25-Jan. 1- December Break

January 2nd- 8 Block day

January 8-12 – Mid Term Exams- Click here for daily schedule

January 15th- No School (Martin Luther King Jr. day)

January 19th- Friday Program Starts for SHS

January 26th- Friday Program

February 2nd- No School/ Professional Development

February 7th- 10th Grade Meeting @ 8am in the Auditorium

From The Desk of Tim Albertson (AD- Athletics/Activities)

Winter Sports Meetings – Coaches will be providing program information that includes practice times and locations at these meetings. A guardian and the athlete should attend the meeting.  Winter Sports Start on November 27th.

November 14th – High School & Middle School Nordic Skiing 5:00 PM – Stowe High School

November 14th – High School Boys Basketball 6:00 PM – Stowe High School

November 14th – Indoor Track Meeting 6:00 PM – Peoples Academy

November 15th – Middle School Winter Sports Meeting 6:00 PM – Stowe Auditorium

Signing up for Winter Sports

High School Winter Sports Sign Up Information for Parents

High School Athlete Sign Up Form

Middle School Winter Sports Sign Up Information for Parents

Middle School Athlete Sign up Form

Once the athlete is signed up, a Sportsyou link will be sent through email to athletes and their caregivers.  The link will allow you to receive information regarding your athletes team and schedule all season from the coaches.

Finally, Please make sure to return your uniforms before Thanksgiving Vacation or you will not be able to participate in Winter Sports on November 27th.

SHS Yearbook Info!!

Yearbooks are on sale and can be ordered through this link- Yearbook24

Families of Seniors! Can you send a photo of your graduate when they were a baby? All photos should be JPEG format and sent to Thank you!”

School Counseling Corner

Mrs. Lauren Conti: All 11th and 12th grade students

Ms. Jennifer Richter: All 9th and 10th grade students

October/November Newsletter from Lauren and Jenn CLICK HERE

AP Registration (October 23, 2023 – November 13, 2023, 8:30am) 

Students must register for the AP exams at the main office with Anna Vasseur. November 13th at 8:30am is the deadline for registrations. At the time of registration, students must know which exams they plan to take and submit a non-refundable payment of $98.00 for each exam. The College Board does offer the possibility of a fee reduction; for information about qualifying for a fee reduction see your school counselor. If there are students who have been approved for testing accommodations (through the College Board), they must notify the main office at the time of registration. Late order fee – $40

Please make checks payable to Stowe High School and note on the check which exams you plan to take. Attach the check to the completed SHS AP Registration Form. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED

Students will receive registration forms through their AP classes and they are available at the front office with Anna Vasseur.

The October FAFSA and Financial Aid event co-sponsored by Vermont Student Assistance Corporation and SHS will be postponed until December. With changes in the FAFSA and the timeline in which families are able to access the FAFSA, hosting the event in December will allow families to have more support with FAFSA completion. Once we have new event details confirmed that will be shared with families. In the meantime if you have questions about setting up your FSA ID please sign up for a virtual help session with VSAC (scroll to the bottom to see upcoming events). To learn more about the changes to the FAFSA please read these 2 articles:

Calendar of Events

The calendar of events provides a brief overview of upcoming events please read below for additional information and details.

November Events

  • November AP test registration

December Events

  • 12/13/23 5:30-7:00pm VIRTUAL FAFSA completion workshop with VSAC
  • 12/14/23 10th Grade visit to GMTCC

Community News

Sharing priority

Accessible Vaccine Services 

  • FREE clinic at NCVRC, 11/15/23, 12-2pm (flu and COVID)
  • In-Home Vaccination – for those with transportation barriers, 65+, or for whom other options do not work. VCIL’s Vaccine Portal for scheduling 
  • Drive Through Clinics: 6 months-64 years of age
  • Waterbury Ambulance website. – dates and locations, vaccines available, and scheduling


FEMA Support in Johnson: FEMA Individual Assistance Specialist available to help people impacted by the flood check their file with FEMA, answer questions, and assist with the appeal process  

  • United Church of Johnson, 100 Main Street
  • Mondays & Fridays, 9am-4pm
  • Representatives from local organizations, including the United Way of Lamoille County and Lamoille County Mental Health Services, will also be available at various times those days
  • Questions: Greg Stefanski, (802) 730-2720

LEARN Door-to-Door Visits: Volunteers from the Lamoille Area Recovery Network (LEARN) will be visiting homes impacted by the flood in Cambridge, Johnson and Wolcott to check on neighbors, identify unmet needs related to the flood, and help with access to resources

  • Questions: Greg Stefanski, (802) 730-2720
  • Wolcott – 11/14, 1-3pm
  • Cambridge – 11/16, 1-3pm

Grant Funding

Technical & Professional Assistance for Small and Medium Sized Business Grant Applications Open: to fund special, one-time projects for Vermont-based small businesses that may not be able to access such services otherwise. 

  • Up to $4,000 in technical assistance projects (16 in Lamoille)
  • Apply

2024 Switzer Fellowships: designed to support graduate students in New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI) and California who are dedicated to making positive environmental change.

2023 VOREC Community Grant Program: Up to $6 million  to communities around the state across four tracks –Implementation, Project Development, Outdoor Equity and Flood Recovery.


Stowe Land Trust hiring: Application review begins in December

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