SHS News & Announcements for the week of May 28, 2019

New News:

  • SHS Musical “Mamma Mia” will be performing at Stowe High School this Thursday, May 30th at 7:00pm, Saturday June 1st at 2:00pm & 7:00pm and on Sunday, June 2nd at 2:00pm. Tickets will be available at the door.

  • Seniors: Class of 2019 LifeSkills for Seniors Retreat is Tuesday, June 4th and Wednesday, June 5th at Town and Country.  Seniors please get your permission slips signed and submitted by Friday, May 31st for LifeSkills which will include option to swim.  Bus departs sharply at 8:30am and returns to school at 2:30pm and lunch is provided through generosity of SEF.  Parents:  We are looking for 5 parent volunteers each day from 1pm-2pm at Town & Country pool to chaperone swimming in addition to two lifeguards that will be on duty.  Please email Doren Dolan at [email protected] or call 802-585-5090 to volunteer for one or both days...it'll be a fun way to participate as your senior counts down their days at SHS.

  • Community Service Opportunity: SPPAC is recruiting help for their May Mop from 1-5 on May 30th.  Great opportunity for students needing community hours. Student and faculty can contact Rebecca Vaus for details at https://sprucepeaksarts.org

  • Final Exam Schedule: Seniors will take Final Exams Monday, June 10th.  Grades 9-11 will take Final Exams Monday, June 10th-Thursday, June 13th.  Make-Up Day for grades 9-11 for Final Exams is Friday, June 14th, the last day of school.  

Lecture Section-Seniors ONLY  

    Monday June 10        Periods 1-4    8:10-10:10

                Periods 5-8    11:15-1:15

Exams Grades 9-11

        Monday 6/10    Tuesday 6/11    Wednesday 6/12        Thursday 6/13        Friday 6/14

8:10-10:10    period 6        period 5        period 3/Music Theory    period 2            Make-Up Day

10:10-11:15    Lunch Served

11:15-1:15        period 7        period 8        period 1            period 4/Band Exam    

  • Students who are not having exam are not allowed upstairs.  If you are in the building with no exam you must stay in the cafeteria or common area.

  • The library is closed during exams. Students will not be able to access their individual folders not the group folder during exams.

  • There will be a designated classroom for Quiet Study during exams, check the easel in the lobby for the location everyday.

  • If you are sick the day of an exam you MUST notify the school. Make-up exams will be held at the earliest convenience of teacher and student or if necessary on the designated Make-Up Day, Friday, June 14th.  If a student needs to reschedule an exam they must pick up a Final Exam Rescheduling Form from the office with Tarah. Once the teacher has approved the rescheduled date, the form must be returned to the office.  

  • Class of 2019- Congratulations! Your yearbooks are free! You will receive your yearbook during Senior Life Skills on June 4th. There is no need to order a yearbook. Thanks!

  • Last Day of School: We anticipate that the last day of school for students will be Friday, June 14.  In the unlikely event of additional school closures, this date could change.

  • SHS Class of 2019 Baccalaureate will be held at the Stowe Community Church at 5:00pm on Friday, June 14th.   

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

  • SHS Alumni Banquet will be held on June, 15th, 5:45pm at The Trapp Family Lodge.  Please send your reservation and check, payable to Stowe Alumni Association, to Barbara Allaire, 175 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT 05672.  Questions please call 802-253-7727.

Old News:

  • The Students For Community Change Club will be selling coffee in the commons area, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays throughout the end of the school year. The coffee will be sold from 7:15 to 8:00. Hot coffee is 2$ and iced is 3$. All proceeds will be going to the Clarina Howard Nichols center.

  • OUTSIDE RULES: As the weather gets nicer, if you have a free period you may go to the outside common areas, such as the courtyard and the lawn in front of the auditorium. You may NOT use the fields, be in the parking lot, or be out back on the tennis courts.

  • There is a new schedule for teacher coverage of classes when no sub is available. Students ARE EXPECTED to attend class when the teacher is absent. Maryanne will make an announcement when there is no sub, and students will be responsible for checking the schedule to see where they should meet for class. The schedule will be posted in classrooms, the library, and the main office. A copy has been sent to all students via email.

  • 38th Annual Student Art Show: Please come to the 38th year of celebrating spectacular artwork from area students, exhibiting their skill in multiple media and showcasing their expressive voice at the Helen Day Art Center.  Artwork will be available for viewing May 1st-June 1st.

  • SEF Families to Faculty: Thanks and Appreciation Donation Program  What: Make a donation in honor of a faculty member and support our schools and students.  When:  May 6th- June 12th. Looking for a unique way to say “Thank you” to that special faculty member who has made a difference or for an end of the school year special gift of appreciation? SEF will send a card to faculty members for ALL donations of any size made through this program.  You may also personalize the card and send it yourself. To participate: Online at www.stoweeducationfund.org select the “Teacher Appreciation” tab, call SEF at 730-2255 or mail a check to PO Box 820.

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Guidance Announcements

  • CSI-Forensics day Program: Due to popular demand, Curry College has added a second week to its Summer CSI-Forensics day program, an ideal course for students interested in pursuing a career in forensic science. Now for two weeks in July, 7/8-12 and 7/15-19, Curry College is offering a CSI - Forensics program for rising sophomores through seniors. Students will have the opportunity to learn the role of a crime scene investigator from an expert CSI and forensic analyst!  Registered students will put their problem solving skills to the test, while discover the science behind crime scene and evidence analysis. More information can be found at www.curry.edu/summerCSI, where students can also register for the program. If you know of any students who would be interested, we would really appreciate you passing this information along! Both courses are expected to sell out soon.

  • Saint Michael’s College VTVLC Opportunity: The State of Vermont's Dual Enrollment Program enables rising high school juniors and seniors to take one summer college course through Saint Michael’s Accelerated Summer College, with tuition paid for by a state-funded program. With two summer sessions featuring a diverse course catalog and 29+ online and on-campus courses, your students will be able to get ahead and earn college credits with no tuition expense. Students will only be responsible for course material fees, estimated to be $75 - $100 per course.

    • Summer Session 2: July 1st  – August 9th; online courses, including:  Personal Financial Planning, Concepts in Chemistry, History of Rock,  International Relations, General Psychology.

  • 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. $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.

Applications Now Open: Advanced Coder Camp:  Applications for the Advanced Coder Camp (days) July 22 to 26, 2019 at











 

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