Happy Fall, Raiders!  The autumn weather is upon us and how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place this time of year. I hope all of our students and families are finding time to enjoy the cooler temperatures and some scenic hiking.  The event calendar has been a busy place this month and more events are on the way. This past Friday, the SHS chapter of She’s The First hosted our first ever drive-in movie.  The turnout was great and everyone had fun.  By the end of the evening, over $500 was raised for local women’s charities and causes. 

Music Department Events/NewsPumpkin Spice Coffee House: The music department is excited to announce our first performance of the year: the Pumpkin Spice Coffee House!  As the name implies, this event will be very autumnal, featuring live, in-person performances in the rustic outdoor setting of Vermont in fall! 

Here are some details:
When: Friday, October 22, from 4:00-6:00pm
Where: At SMHS on the green behind the middle school garden
Who can come to watch the Coffee House? Anyone! Bring friends and family! We will be spacing out seating to follow COVID safety protocols, but anyone is welcome to attend!
Have any more questions? Reach out to Ms. Chris (grace.chris@lsuu.org,) or Mr. Gagnon (andy.gagnon@lsuu.org)

Lead Set Builder for HS Musical Needed – Stowe High School’s production of Little Shop of Horrors is in need of a Lead Set Builder. This person would work closely with our set designer, John Derienzo, and would be available to work on sets Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 6:30-9:30pm at the Stowe Middle High School auditorium. If this is something you would be interested in helping with or you know of someone who might be interested please contact Grace Chris (grace.chris@lsuu.org) ASAP! Thank you!

Community Service Opportunity – Here is an opportunity to earn community service hours and see the show Rhyme and Unreason a HipHop Comedy show at Spruce Peak Arts on Saturday Oct 23 at 7:30 PM. Volunteers need to be at the theater at 6:30 pm, they will help usher patrons into the theater. They will get to enjoy the show and help with post show clean up. Usher dress is dark pants and white shirt. The show is about an hour and half long and will feature Hip Hop artists, Comedians and DJ. The show is rated PG-13.  Interested students can email Info@sprucepeakarts.org.

Final Reminder: Wheels for Warmth
What: Wheels for Warmth* annual fundraiser sponsored by Stowe Rotary at the Stowe events field parking lot on Week’s Hill Rd.
When: Friday, October 29 (early release day for SHS)–shifts are 1-3 and 3-5. Wear gloves, old clothes, and a mask.  People needed especially for the 3-5 shift.
Who: Sign up with Ms. Hoffmann as soon as possible.  See her with any questions. 

 *Wheels for Warmth collects used tires.  Those with good tread are sold at reasonable prices.  Those that are not usable are recycled rather than dumped in landfills or at the sides of Vermont’s roadways. All the proceeds from sales and recycling fees go toward home heating assistance to low-income Vermonters.  The program is in its 15th year and has raised well over $500,000 for home heating assistance.

Mastery Report Information – During e-registration we asked families if they would like to continue receiving paper copies of the mastery report for the 2021-2022 school year. Based on the high number of families requesting a paper copy of the report, we will be issuing all families a paper mastery report this school year. Mastery Reports, current and past, will continue to be available electronically via PowerSchool parent portal.   

Best,
David Greenfield, Principal

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