SHS News & Announcements for the week of March 25, 2019

New News:

  • Auditions for "Mamma Mia!" will be Tuesday, March 26th at 6:30 at the Stowe Community Church (yes, not the HS). Be prepared to sing, dance, and act! Auditions will end at 8:30. Callbacks will be on Wednesday the 27th, also at the church.

  • Early Release for all students will take place on Thursday, April 4th.  Students will be dismissed at 11:45. Lunch will be available. Students who take the Wolcott bus home can be dropped off between Stowe and Wolcott on RT 100 and 15. Students who go to Wolcott Elementary need to be picked up by 12:15.  We will follow an abbreviated Period 5 - 8 schedule as follows:

                    Period 5 8:00 -8:52

                    Period 6       8:54 - 9:46

                    Break 9:47 - 9:57

                    Period 7 9:58 - 10:50

                    Period 8 10:52 - 11:44

  • College Fair: Please visit U-32 for their annual College Fair on Tuesday, April 9th from 6:30pm-8:30pm.  Approximately 85 colleges/universities have been invited to present. Lists of participating colleges and agencies attending will be available in late March.  Students will get a raffle ticket for attending college sessions and students can also get additional raffle tickets for asking the college representative relevant questions.  

  • Women’s Self Defense Class: Learn simple and practical self-defense and self-awareness skills to improve your everyday safety and well-being.  Develop the confidence and tools to avoid dangerous situations and how to deal with them physically if necessary. 11+ years old please. Thursday’s April 4 - May 2, 7:00pm-8:30pm SHS Gymnasium.  To register and for more information please contact the Stowe Parks and Recreation Department www.stowerec.org .

  • ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP : Resume and essay are due Friday, April 12th by 3:00pm. For more information please visit Tarah at the front desk.  

  • Vermont Youth Dancers will be performing at MMU April 13th and 14th!  We are of course a local non-profit community dance company, offering dance, mentoring and performance opportunities for 45 elementary, middle, and high school ages kids from the local area.  Our show this year is our telling of Narnia, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, and called Turn to Stone, A Journey To Narnia. We tell stories through dance to current music. We are Pathways Vermont to honor the dedication and service of our area veterans to raise money for their Rapid Re-housing program for Vermont Veterans.  We were sold out, but are now offering tickets for an additional Saturday Matinee on Saturday April 13th! If you have questions, please email. Here is our website! vermontyouthdancers.org

  • Financial Aid and Managing College Costs: sophomore & junior students and families please join VSAC on Wednesday, April 24th from 5:30-7:00 pm in the SHS Library for a GEAR UP informational meeting.

  • College Planning & College Application Bootcamp: In Planning you will learn what colleges look for during the admission process, how an application gets reviewed, and learn tips for college visits.  Bootcamp will help rising senior jumpstart the college admission process, discuss how to stand out amongst applicants, and discuss interview preparation. July 8th-12th 4:00pm-6:30pm in the SMS Tech Lab.  For more information please contact the Stowe Parks & Recreation Department www.stowerec.org .

  • Graduation will take place on June 15th at 12:00pm.  Graduation Breakfast for seniors will be held at the Commodores Inn at 10:00am.

Old News:

  • Yearbook Advertisements:  Dear Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2019, Happy New Year! It’s the time of year when the Yearbook Committee and Class of 2019 request your contributions to this year's yearbook. The letter below gives the details regarding yearbook advertisement sizes and prices. We greatly appreciate your contributions in making the yearbook great. All ads and payments are due.  Thank you for your support! Parent Ad Form

  • Attention Club Leaders, if your club has not had a photo taken for the yearbook, please do so asap. Send any club photos to Ms.Schafer [email protected], to be included in the yearbook.

Guidance Announcements

  • The Green Mountain Technical and Career Center program in Forestry and Land Management and the University of Maine at Fort Kent’s Associate of Science in Applied Forest Management have signed an articulation agreement that provides GMTCC grads with 6 college credits in Forestry at the University of Maine at Fort Kent.  On top of that, UMFK is now offering these same students the opportunity to earn an EARLY COLLEGE CERTIFICATE IN FORESTRY while they are still in high school – FREE TUITION (some minor fees applied). All of the details are in the attached flyer.  This is a great opportunity for students interested in forestry from Craftsbury Academy, Hazen Union School, Lamoille Union High School, Peoples Academy, and Stowe High School.

  • Vermont Law Cadet Training Program: The Cadet Training Program will be held June 16-21, 2019 at the Vermont Police Academy in Pittsford, Vermont.  Any interested current High School student, with a minimum age of fourteen should contact his/her nearest American Legion Post for Sponsorship. All fully completed applications, including all required signatures and medical certificate, must be sent to The American Legion of Vermont, PO Box 396, Montpelier VT 05601 by April 1, 2019.  This application must be accompanied by the fee of $275 from The American Legion post which sponsors the student.  Stop by the front office for an application.

  • American Legion Auxiliary Green Mountain Girls State is a nonpartisan program that teaches young women responsible citizenship and civic engagement.  Nationally, since the inception of the ALA Girls State program in 1937, nearly one million young women have had the opportunity to learn firsthand how their state and local government works in a simulation of their government. High school girls, who have completed their junior year, are eligible to apply to become an ALA Girl’s State program participant. ALA Girls State participants spend an intensive week of study, working together as self-governing citizens and learning how to participate in the functioning of Vermont’s local and state government in preparation for their future roles as responsible adult citizens. Participants spend time campaigning for local and statewide office, writing bills, and passing resolutions. Girls also have other ways to be engaged and fully participating citizens of their independent “Girls State.” Then they get to put what they have learned to use when they attend a mock government session at the Vermont State House as part of their ALA Girls State experience.  Participants will look back on this week with fondness and remember their time spent in the “best State in the land.” Expenses associated with this program are paid by a sponsoring American Legion
    Auxiliary Unit, and/or local businesses, and other community-based organizations. Applications are available at the front desk and are due April 2, 2019.  Please visit  www.alagmgs.com for more information.

  • Consider Canada College Fair: An international college experience closer to home at a reasonable price! Join us for the annual Consider Canada College Fair on April 8th at South Burlington High School from 6:30-8:30 pm. Beginning with a panel discussion at 6:30 PM, the fair will include the opportunity to meet with representatives from 19 Canadian Universities. Come learn more about studying in Canada! For more information contact Patti Tomashot.

  • Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) believes young people change the world. We are looking for new 2019 Corps Members, ages 15-26, who are excited to make a difference, spend time outside and work on a small team (a crew). Corps Members complete conservation and farm projects, while growing and enhancing job and leadership skills. Over 250 young people will get paid this summer and fall to be Crew Members or Crew Leaders as part of our award winning Conservation and Farm Programs. There are a variety of short or long-term experiences on our crews including: AmeriCorps service positions, camping crews, day crews, internships, and on-going education.  Interested? Know a young person who would work this? Head to www.vycc.org/join to learn more.  Application deadlines start May 1, 2019.

  • American Legion Green Mountain Boys State is a program that teaches town and state government for rising high school senior boys.  Delegates will experience town governance and develop leadership skills through participation.  The staff is comprised of business owners, educators, and professionals, supported by state and local officials who donate their time and efforts to Boys’ State.  This program is widely recognized by the US Military Academies and college and university scholarship programs. Contact you local Post of the American Legion to secure funding support, or contact Dave Cobb, Director, for assistance [email protected] or 802-535-2716.  The cost for each delegate is $275 and must accompany each application.  Applications are available at the SHS front desk. Applications are due May 10, 2019.

  • Applications Now Open: Advanced Coder Camp:  Applications for the Advanced Coder Camp (days) July 22 to 26, 2019 at Vermont Technical College, Williston Campus for rising 7th–11th graders are now open. The camp provides an opportunity for students with some programming background to dive deeper into programming. Campers will learn to develop simple Android applications using Java and xml. Smartphone apps, robots, video games and small business - the world runs on code. Whether you dream of becoming a Google developer or want to launch your own mobile game startup, your coding path continues here. $175 (includes workbook, activities, instruction, some lunches, snacks, field trip and more) Many partial fee scholarships available. Contact: Laurel Butler at [email protected] or (802) 922-3692

  • Applications Now Open: Computer Camp: Applications for a new Computer Camp days July 29 to Aug 2, 2019 are now open. The camp will be held by Vermont Technical College on the CCV Upper Valley Campus in White River Junction for rising 7th – 10th graders. Campers will have a chance to explore/experience a wide variety of topics in computer programming, website development, networking, cybersecurity and related fields working with Vermont Tech faculty. They’ll also have an opportunity to meet with industry professionals who will share their experience on why careers in computing can be so rewarding. Learning, physical activity, and fun will be in abundance. The week will culminate with campers presenting their work to families and friends. $175 (includes all activities, instruction, some lunches, snacks, field trip and more) Many partial fee scholarships available. Contact: Steven Airoldi at: [email protected] or (802) 728-1337

 

  • 2019 TEEN  SUMMER CAMPS; for more information please call: 802.253.8358 or email: [email protected]

    • MOBILE DIGITAL ART STUDIO  July 15th - 19th.  Ages 12 - 17 | 8:30am-3:00pm $300 (member) | $325 (non-member)  Instructor: Kristina Gosh

    • CRANKIES AND ANIMATION  August 5th - 9th  Ages 10 - 14 | 8:30am-3:00pm  $350 (member) | $375 (non-member)  Instructor: Meredith Holch

    • NATURAL MATERIALS IN DRAWING & SCULPTURE  August 5th - 9th  Ages 12 - 17 | 8:30am-3:00pm  $300 (member) | $325 (non-member)  Instructor: Lisa Wolfgang

    • FASHION DESIGN  Session I: June 24th - 28th; Session II: July 15th - 19th  Ages 11-17 | 8:30am-3:00pm $300 (member) | $325 (non-member)  June Instructors: Donna Collins and Jolene Lane July Instructor: Donna Collins

    • FILMMAKERS WORKSHOP  August 12th - 16th  Ages 11 - 17 | 8:30am-3:00pm  $300 (member) | $325 (non-member)  Instructor: Joe Smith
       

   Scholarships

  • Seniors: Please do not forget to check Naviance for upcoming scholarships. The scholarship season is here and new scholarships are added weekly.

  • The Mahana Magic Scholarship: Having a parent or guardian with cancer is one of life’s most difficult ordeals. The emotional strain can be devastating to children and young adults. Mahana Magic knows that a college education is already a major financial challenge for most families.  Our annual Scholarship for college-bound high school seniors, recognizes the character and perseverance that so many young people show in the face of such adversity.For more information and to apply please visit www.mahanamagic.org/mahana-magic-scholarship.  Applications are due March 31, 2019.

  • Dr. Alice Angney Scholarship for Leadership & Service is available to a high school senior whose education is publicly funded, who is a resident of Vermont and who demonstrates a commitment to further their education after graduation.  One $2000 scholarship will be provided by the Vermont Superintendents Association. The selected student will have demonstrated initiative in overcoming a specific challenge or challenges, leadership and service to their community as well as academic achievement.  Please visit the front desk or www.vtvsa.org/scholarship  for more details and an application.  Application deadline is March 18,2019.

  • Center for Workforce Development & Diversity is offering a $5,000 scholarship for Native American and First Generation students who are entering or in a STEM major at a Vermont College or University.  Scholarships will be awarded based on: Academic Standing, Letters of Recommendation, and a written Essay Detailing Career Goals. For more information and online application please visit www.uvm.edu/~cwdd/scholarships.  Application deadline is April 1, 2019.

  • Sons of the American Legion Scholarship is available to any student who is planning to attend a trade school or technical college and whose grandfather, grandmother, step grandparents, father, step father, mother, step mother, adopted parents or grandparents and brothers or sisters are a member of the American Legion Family are welcome to apply for this scholarship.  Scholarships from $500-$1000 are available. Applications and more information are available at the front desk. Application deadline is April 15, 2019.

  • Good Neighbor Scholarship: Our community supports us and we love supporting our community. After collecting apples from our neighbors, and pressing them into cider, we are excited to return the funds to our local students. With a huge thanks to our local community and friends over at Cold Hollow for their donations, Stowe Cider is pleased to offer three “Good Neighbor” scholarships for the graduating class of 2019. These are three non-renewable scholarships valued at $1500.  Requirements:
    Must be an attendee of a Washington or Lamoille County High School, Have maintained a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75, Must be a member of the Class of 2019 planning to attend an accredited technical training program or college in 2019-20, Be an active community member! Please visit stowecider.com/goodneighbor for more information. Application deadline is April 25th.

  • Lyric Theatre Company has awarded an area high school senior with $2,000 in support of their continuing education in the performing arts with our Delano-Nulty Award for the last 45 years. Students wishing to apply for the Delano-Nulty Award must meet the following criteria:

·         Graduation from an area high school or technical school in 2019 with plans to attend college or a professional theatrical training program beginning in September of 2019;

·         Involvement in theater through Lyric Theatre Company, school productions, or other area theater companies;

·         Demonstration of continuing interest in the performing arts;

·         Education/career goals that relate to the performing arts (theater, music, dance or technical theater).  

For more information please contact [email protected].  Application as well as two letters of reference are due by April 30, 2019.

  • Drive for Excellence Scholarship-How it works: Based on academic performance.  Students may be eligible to for $1000 scholarship or win a new Subaru Impreza or Hyundai Elantra.  Students should fill out a registration form either at the Shelburne Road location or available online at burlingtoncars.com and submit their official report card. For more information please visit burlingtoncars.com or visit the front desk.  Registration deadline is April 30, 2019 & report card deadline is May 4, 2019.

  • Lamoille County Players’ Sigrid Bronner Memorial Scholarship: The Lamoille County Players are now accepting applications for our annual Scholarship Award.  The scholarship will be awarded to a student who plans to further his/her education at a formal institution.  Application requirements are: been involved in at least one LCP production, with special consideration to those who have been regular participants in our community theatre group, and plan to attend and institute of higher learning.  To apply for this scholarship, send a letter(via mail or email) describing your experience with the Lamoille County Players and stating you future plans. More information is available at the front desk or email [email protected].  Application deadline is May 1, 2019.

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