SHS News & Announcements

Public news and announcements from Stowe High School.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Announcements, Tuesday, January 17. 2017

Guidance Announcements


2017 – 2018 Program of Studies is now available on the website. On the HS webpage, scroll to the center on the page and click on Program of Studies. Please familiarize yourself with next year's course offerings prior to registration.


Registration for current freshman, sophomores and juniors will be on Tuesday, February 7th during TA. Please report to your TA location for the important event. There will be a senior meeting about scholarships in the lecture section of the auditorium during this time.


The Haven Scholarship Program application is now available in the high school office. This scholarship is to provide funding to allow a junior class student to work with P.J. Goldberg of CollegeFind services at no cost. Deadline for application is Friday, February 10th.


The Governor's Institutes of Vermont provides prestigious, fun accelerated learning residencies on college campuses for highly-motivated Vermont teenagers. Applications for institutes are available on line after Wednesday, February 1st. Deadline to submit is Wednesday, March 15th. Visit for information and applications.


Guidance Staff will be holding workshops for juniors' afterschool in Ms. Schnee's classroom on Tuesday, January 17th and on Tuesday, January 24th. Please bring your laptop.


Stowe High School students have the opportunity to learn more about Gap Year options at the 2017 Burlington Gap Year Fair on Thursday, January 19 from 6:00 to 8:30pm at South Burlington High School. This fair is an opportunity to connect students to volunteer, inter and travel opportunities both domestically and abroad. For more information:


Attention seniors: Deadline for Cap and Gown orders and Diploma information is Monday, February 6th.


Attention seniors: New England Red Sox Service Scholarship applications are available in the office. Deadline is Friday, February 17th.


PSAT Scores are now available, see Amy McArdle for a hard copy of your scores.

·         Stowe High School is seeking host families for next year's exchange students from China. Families may host for one semester of for the full year. Each family will attend training with Ms. Harris before hosting and will receive a monthly stipend. Contact Ms. Harris for details at

·       ·         Friday Program this week periods 1 – 4.

·         There will be NO Band or Chorus block 4 TODAY Tuesday, January 17th report to SPP in the lecture section with Ms. Schnee.

·         Jazz Band will meet TODAY, Tuesday, January 17th during block 6.

·         Mandatory Full Chorus rehearsal TODAY, Tuesday, January 17th during block 8. Bring your flashlights.

·         Clubs will meet TOMORROW, Wednesday, January 18th during TA time.

·         There will be NO Band or Chorus TOMORROW, Wednesday, January 18 during block 3 report to SPP in Roger's classroom.

·         Mandatory Full Concert Band rehearsal TOMORROW, Wednesday, January 18th during block 5.

·         Early release for all students will take place on Thursday, February 2nd. 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 1 – 4 schedule.

                        Period 1        8:00 – 8:52

                        Period 2        8:54 – 9:46

                        Break            9:47 – 9:57

                        Period 3        9:58 – 10:50

                        Period 4      10:52 – 11:44

·         Stowe Education Fund Update – please open the attached letter from Stowe Education fund on their plans and goals for the year ahead. We here at Stowe High School are grateful for the on-going support of everyone involved with SEF. Together, we work to improve our schools.

·         Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2017 – It's the time of year that the Yearbook Committee and the Class of 2017 request your contributions to this year's yearbook. Click on the attached link for the form regarding yearbook advertisement sizes and prices. We greatly appreciate your contributions. Thank you!

·         The fitness room will be chaperoned and open to all students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 5:00pm throughout the month of January. If we have enough interest we will continue to open the room for the remainder of the year.

·         Community Service:

o   Youth Basketball is looking for a few high school students to assist with the SES basketball program. Practices are afterschool from 3:00 – 4:30pm. Contact Steph Hunt

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 or call the box office at 802-760-4634.


All entrées served with milk, fruit and veggie bar

JAN 17 – steak and cheese subs, onions & peppers, French fries

JAN 18 – chicken & cheese  quesadilla, rice & salsa, roasted corn

JAN 19 – shepherd's pie, green beans, whole wheat roll

JAN 20 – hamburgers/cheeseburgers, whole wheat bun, sweet potato fries



JAN 17 – Boys' Basketball vs. Peoples Academy; JV5:30, V 7:00

JAN 18 – Girls' Basketball @ Peoples Academy; JV 5:30, V 7:00, bus leave 4:25 ES

                Boys' Ice Hockey @ Harwood; 6:00, bus leave 4:10 ES

                Girls' Ice Hockey @ Mississquoi; 6:15, bus leave 3:30 ES

JAN 19 – Boys' Basketball @ Hazen; JV 6:00, V 7:30, bus leave 4:30 ES

JAN 20 – Nordic Ski Team @ Range – Freestyle; 4:00, bus leave 1:30 HS

                Girls' Basketball vs. Hazen; JV 5:30, V 7:00

JAN 21 – Boys' Basketball @ Northfield; JV 1:00, V 2:30, bus leave 11:25 ES

                Girls' Ice Hockey @ Harwood; 5:00, bus leave 3:20 ES

                Boys' Ice Hockey @ Rutland, 7:00, bus leave 3:30 ES