Daily Bulletin

Windsor Jr/Sr High School Bulletin for Monday, March 27, 2017

Prom: Everything Tuxedo, located in West Lebanon, is offering a $45.00 discount to Windsor Schools students when you rent a tux from them. Discount cards can be picked up at the attendance office.

The Calvin 2017 Writing Contest The Calvin Prize for Vermont Youth is a prize named after President Calvin Coolidge and his son, Calvin Coolidge Jr. It is for writers ages 13 to 19 (as of May 19, 2017) currently living or attending school in the state of Vermont. The first place prize of $1,500 and the runner up prize of $500 are awarded for the article, essay or poem under 800 words that best answers the prompt of this year's prize ("Could Coolidge Win Today?"). To find a copy of the contest rules and additional information, please go to the Guidance Blog (http://windsorjrsrhighguidance.blogspot.com/) or see Mrs. Brown in the Guidance Office.

Lunch: Nachos with Cheese Sauce, Bean Dip, Mexicali Corn, Fresh Fruit

Deadline for Summer Driver's Ed: There are a few openings for students to enroll in the Summer 2017 Driver's Ed course. Please be reminded that the deadline for signing up is **Monday, April 3**. Students will need to provide a copy of their VT Learners Permit at the time they sign up with Mrs. Brown in the Guidance Office.

Sports Updates: Congratulations again to all who participated in Saturday's basketball All-Star events. Individual honorees included: Ashleay Wilcox, who led the Div3/4 team with 14 pts and won the 3-pt shooting competition; Coach Bruce MacKay, named Div.3 "Coach of the Year", and Olivia Rockwood, Seth Balch, and Dakota Page all named to the Coaches' Association "Dream Dozen", representing some of the top underclassmen in the state.

Golf team members will practice today at 3:00 pm beginning in the SSS multipurpose room.

ALL high school boys basketball players should meet Tuesday at 2:45 on the walking track for uniform turn-in, including practice jerseys, to be followed by pizza party at 4:15 at the Rec.

CONGRATULATIONS to AJ Wood on his acceptance to the University of Vermont!

Seniors: Natalie Brennan, our VSAC/TRIO counselor, will be in the building on Monday (3/27), Tuesday (3/28) and Wednesday (3/29). She is available @ 2:00 on these days to work with ANY seniors who have questions related to college/tech school applications, financial aid, scholarships, etc. She will be located in the Student Services Conference Room (next to the Attendance Office). No need to make an appointment - simply stop in during PLP/Open Studio time on these days!

Seniors Reminder: If you have not done so please see Terri Hage in the principal's office about graduation. This is for diploma and cap/ gown information.

Coffee House- Wednesday, March 29: There will be a coffee house on Wednesday, March 29, from 6:30 - 7:30 in the music room. All welcome to perform or support your performing classmates. Contact Mrs. Cronce or Mr. Keeney if you are interested in performing: sing, play an instrument, recite poetry, perform a scene from a play, juggle, dance.... No charge for admission; donations requested for refreshments.

Seniors vs Faculty Basketball Game: Get pumped! On Friday March 31st, the Seniors take on the Faculty in a Basketball Game. Who will win? You will have to go to find out!!! The game starts at 6 but doors open at 5:30. Tickets are $1 for students and $2 for adults. All profit goes toward the Student Council scholarship fund. Please be there and support your Seniors!! It all happens this Friday night, March 31st!! Special update: During halftime, there will be a game of knockout for anyone who wants to participate! Only $1 per person to play and the winner gets to choose something out of a mystery prize box. Also, whoever's ticket is drawn for the 50/50 raffle gets to compete against one senior and one faculty member in a three-point challenge. Whoever wins gets to keep the 50/50 raffle money!

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