· The Global Children's Club is collecting clothing for children in need. There will be a box in the high school lobby the clothing. Donations can be shirts, pants, sweatshirts, winter wear and shoes.
· Attention seniors – VSAC Scholarships for Vermonters booklets are in the guidance office. Starting TODAY, Thursday, December 1st students can apply for VSAC scholarships for which they meet all eligibility requirements. Application deadline in Friday, March 3rd. If student applications ae submitted/postmarked by Friday, February 3rd they will be entered in a drawing for one of three $1,000 scholarships. Booklets are available in guidance and in the high school office.
· Music Lessons – TOMORROW, Friday, December 2nd E. Arczynski period 2, L. Keller period 8.
· Holiday Open House to benefit Stowe Education Fund will take place on Tuesday, November 6th from 5:00 – 9:00pm at the Mountain Road Market Place.
· A representative from the US Marine Corp. will be in the cafeteria on Thursday, December 15th during both lunches.
· Nurse Janet Godin will be conducting Eye Exams for grades 9 and 11. If you have a free period, stop by and see Janet.
· Community Service:
o A Traditional Christmas in Stowe – Stowe Vibrancy is looking for volunteers on Saturday, December 3rd, setting up the Alpine Market at SES, decorating Santa's sleigh, meeting and greeting at Stowe Area Association. See Charlene for more details and to sign up.
o Kid's Night Out, Friday, December 9th; 5:30 – 10:30pm, contact Stowe Rec. 253-6138
o The Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center is looking for student volunteers. We look for positive and engaging people to help with putting up poster in our area, usher events, act as lobby greeters and more. For more information contact Derek Pedersen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the box office at 802-760-4634.
· HELP NEEDED WITH THE FRIDAY SKI & SNOWBOARD PROGRAM – Looking for more volunteers to help with the Friday Afternoon Ski and Snowboard Program groups. Whether you can commit to certain days or can be on the substitute list, we need more volunteers to keep the group sizes small (4 – 6 kids per group). Requirements – Attend a mandatory 1-day safety clinic on either December 17th or 18th. You will receive a day pass validated on the Fridays that you attend and a 1-day lift ticket voucher that can be used Sunday – Friday with the exception of some blackout dates and is transferable for family and friends. Program dates are January 6, 13, 20, 27, February 10, 17, and March 10, 17. Please email or call Dot at 253-4154 email@example.com to receive more information.
· Refugee Outreach Club is hosting a winter clothing drive through the month of November until Friday, December 16th. Please donate new or gently used winter coats, hats mittens, boots and any other warm clothing. Donation bins are located in the HS lobby as well as the SES lobby. All donations will be going to the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program and other organizations with a mission to provide for local New American communities in Vermont.
· The 2017 Ella Skye Art Calendar is here! There are so many ways to grab one before they sell out…on the web at www.ellaskyeart.com, Black Cap Coffee or Bear Pond Books in Stowe. You can also email Ella's mom at firstname.lastname@example.org and have it delivered right to the high school. Calendars are $15.95 ($16.60 w/tax) 10% of all calendars sold support Heartbeet Lifesharing in Hardwick. Support local art, autism awareness and Heartbeet all at the same time!
· Attention students: Friday Program registration forms and applicable waivers must be signed by a parent and returned with any fees in the high school office as soon as possible!
· HUNO Club is collecting non-perishable food for the local Food Shelf. The goal is 50 items per TA. This food drive will run the month of November. The TA in each grade that brings in the most items will be rewarded a Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream party!
· The Ultimate Frisbee Club is now selling Stowe Raider Frisbee's for $15. See Roger to purchase.
· Students can now upload photos from their mobile devices to be put into the yearbook through an app called "Replay It". It is available for free online. Yearbook club is looking for sports pictures, homecoming pictures, spirit week pictures and any candid's you wish to be seen in the yearbook.
All entrées served with milk, fruit and veggie bar
DEC 1 – meatball subs, spinach salad, French fries
DEC 2 – Shepherd's pie, green beans, whole wheat roll
DEC 5 – whole wheat spaghetti, red or meat sauce, ratatouille
DEC 6 – chicken tenders, French fries
DEC 7 – turkey tacos, rice, salsa, sour cream, black bean & corn salad
DEC 8 – Italian dunkers, meat or marinara sauce, Caesar salad
DEC 9 – Cabot grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup
DEC 1 – Boys' Ice Hockey @ Colchester – Scrimmage; 4:40, bus leave 2:45 from the HS
DEC 2 – Boys' Basketball @ Lamoille – Scrimmage JV 5:30, V 7:00
Girls' Basketball vs. Lamoille – Scrimmage; JV 5:30, V 7:00
DEC 3 – Girls' Ice Hockey vs. Woodstock; 6:30
DEC 5 – Boys' Varsity Basketball vs. Websterville Baptist; 6:00
DEC 7 – Boys' Ice Hockey vs. Lyndon – Scrimmage; 4:30
Girls' Basketball @ Cabot – Scrimmage; 5:30, bus leave 3:45 ES
Girls' Ice Hockey @ NCU; 6:00 – Jay Peak, bus leave 3:35 ES
Boys' Basketball @ Cabot – Scrimmage; 7:00, bus leave 3:45 ES
DEC 10 – Nordic Team @ Stratford – Skate; 10:00
Girls' Ice Hockey vs. U-32; 6:30
DEC 14 – Girls' Ice Hockey vs. Hartford; 5:00
Boys' Ice Hockey vs. Milton; 7:00
DEC 15 – Boys' Basketball vs. Craftsbury; JV 5:30, V 7:00
DEC 16 – Girls' Basketball vs. Harwood; JV 5:30, V 7:00
DEC 17 – Boys' Basketball vs. Montpelier; JV 1:00, V 2:30
Girls' Ice Hockey vs. Spaulding; 4:30
Boys' Ice Hockey vs. U-32; 6:30