SHS News & Announcements for the week of May 6, 2019

New 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.

  • Sophomores - The class needs to raise a lot MORE money! You have until MONDAY, May 6th to turn in forms to Mrs. Horton or Isla Saylor directly.

  • All students who drive to school- You MUST park in designated parking spots. Parking in the handicap spots and the dirt/grass is not permitted. The police department has been informed and they will be ticketing and towing if this continues.

  • STUDENTS: 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.

  • Get your 2019 Yearbook by Friday May 17th! You can order here or complete and submit an order form with cash or check (made to Stowe High School) for $55 to Tarah or Ms. Schafer.

  • 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!

  • NCAA NIGHT-DATE CHANGE: The college search process and intercollegiate athletics: Finding the right fit, for the right reasons.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 8th: 6:30PM at RICE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL, CAFE.  Panelists will include Tacy Lincoln, Associate Director of Athletics, local coaches, and local college student/athletes. Learn more about:  Recruiting, Scholarships, NCAA Divisions, Eligibility, NCAA requirements, Campus Visits. Open to the public- no registration needed. Contact Patti with any questions.

  • Uncle George’s Flowers would like to offer SHS students the same quality service that they always have by allowing orders for corsages & boutonnieres to be taken right here at SHS. Corsages will have small white roses, greenery & matching ribbon; $25 each and Boutonnieres will have small white roses, greenery & matching ribbon; $10 each.  All orders will be due by May 13th and will arrive here at the school on May 17th. Payment will be taken when the order is placed, cash only please. For more information please see or email Tarah at the front desk [email protected].  

  • Youth Mental Health-Ending the Silence: Join presenters on Tuesday, May 14th, 6:00pm-7:30pm in the SHS cafeteria.Lamoille County Mental Health Services will speak about what to look for and how to talk to your child about mental health.  Stowe High School students will also present. Community members, parents & youth invited. Free childcare & pizza provided. All students who attend will receive 3 hours community service. RSVP at https://stowe-youth-mental-health-discussion.eventbrite.com  

  • A Night at the Movies: Prom 2019 will be held on May 18th at Stoweflake from 7:00-10:00 pm. For tickets please reach out to a member of the prom committee, names available at the front office, and are $25 for a single or $40 for a couple.  IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON INVITING A NON-SHS STUDENT PLEASE SIGN THEM UP AT THE FRONT OFFICE. You will need an emergency contact for them when signing up.

  • 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.

  • Are you looking for opportunities to visit college campuses? On May 23rd, the School Counseling Department is hosting a field trip to meet with admissions representatives and to tour the University of Vermont and Champlain College. This is a great opportunity to experience visiting both a big and small school to see what style of campus might be the right fit for you.  Details: On May 23rd, students will depart from school at 8:15am and return to school at 2:00pm. This trip is open to students in grades 8-11 and there are a limited number of spaces available. 8th grade students should sign up with Ms. Nicole. High school students should sign up with Tarah. ** IMPORTANT: Students will need to bring a bag lunch due to the limited dining hall options at both schools. Unfortunately, we will not be able to leave the group to seek out lunch food if you forget to bring your own lunch.**If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email Lauren Conti (SMS) at [email protected] or Patti Tomashot (SHS) at [email protected].

  • SPPAC Spring Concert: Stowe MS & HS will be having it's spring concert at SPPAC on the evening of Friday, May 24th.  Along with showcasing the work of our current students, it will also be an alumni concert, featuring a multi-generational cast of Stowe grads.  This is also Jane Lambert’s final concert as a member of the Stowe music faculty. So...a big night in Stowe music history! With so many people involved, SPPAC has requested that we ticket the event.  Tickets will be free for all; just used to manage capacity issues and make sure families of our current students are guaranteed seating for the event. The MS Concert will start at 7:00pm and the HS/Alumni Concert will begin at 8:30pm.

  • 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.

  • 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.   

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

Community Service Opportunities:

  • Help Out at TEDx Stowe: Need community service hours? TEDx Stowe is looking for volunteers on Thursday, May 9th from 5:30-10 pm. Tasks include: being a runner, setting up/ taking down tables for intermission, backstage help,  etc. And you can watch about 2/3s of the show! Please contact [email protected] ASAP for more information.
     

 

Guidance Announcements

AP Exam Information and Schedule

  • Students please remember to arrive ON TIME (or you will not be able to sit for the test) and with the necessary permitted supplies:

  • Several sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing answer sheets

  • Pen, with black or dark blue ink only, for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams

  • Stowe School Code: 460435

  • A watch

  • Up to two calculators with the necessary capabilities -- visit apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse and click on the link for their course for the specific calculator policy

  • A ruler or straightedge if taking an AP Physics exam (protractors are not allowed)

  • Your CollegeBoard SSD Accommodations Letter if taking an exam with approved accommodations

  • You cannot bring the following items:

  • Electronic equipment (cell phone, smartphone, other wearable technology, laptop, tablet computer, etc.), cameras

  • Books, compasses, mechanical pencils, correction fluid, highlighters, notes or colored pencils

  • Rulers, straightedges and protractors (except as previously noted)

  • Scratch paper

  • Computers or calculators (except as previously  noted)

  • Reference guides, keyboard maps

  • Food or drink

  • Clothing or shoes with subject-related information

  • Ear plugs

  • Clipboards

Monday, May 6 - Gov/Politics/Gym 7:30 AM

Monday, May 6 - Noon - Env Sci/Gym 11:45 AM

Tuesday, May 7 - Spanish/Gym 7:30 AM

Tuesday, May 7 - Phys 1 Alg/Gym 11:45 AM

Wednesday, May 8 - Eng Lit Comp/Gym 7:30 AM

Wednesday, May 8 - Euro Hx/H.S. Conf. Room 11:30 AM

Thursday, May 9 - Psych/H.S. Conf. Room 11:30 AM

Friday, May 10 - US Hx/Gym 7:30 AM

Friday, May 10 - Phys 2 Alg/H.S. Conf. Room 11:30 AM

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Tuesday, May 14 - Calc AB/Gym 7:30 AM

Tuesday, May 14 - Calc BC/H.S. Conf. Room 7:30 AM

Wednesday, May 15 - Macro/H.S. Conf. Room 11:30 AM

Thursday, May 16 - World Hx/Gym 7:30 AM

Thursday, May 16 - Stats/Gym 11:45 AM

Friday, May 17 - Micro/H.S. Conf. Room 7:45 AM

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Late Testing:

5/23 US Hx, H.S. Conf. Room 7:45 AM

5/23 World Hx, Main Office Small Office 7:45 AM


 

  • 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. $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

  • Alchemist Opportunity Fund Scholarship-Details: Scholarships can be as much as $1,500 per year, renewable for up to 4 years (you must maintain a 2.5 GPA each semester). The awarded scholarship may vary depending on the type and cost of your program.  Criteria: This scholarship is only for current seniors, graduating in June, 2019, who are: Graduating from one of our schools; Planning to attend an accredited 2- or 4-year college or technical training or certificate program in 2019; and, Can demonstrate their financial need.*  Students attending colleges or programs in Vermont will be given special consideration. Please visit https://alchemistopportunityfund.org/application/ for more information. Application Deadline is May 10th, 2019.

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