We have reached the end of the 2021-22 school year!  It has been a year filled with a few challenges but ultimately, many more victories and reasons to celebrate.  This week is mainly focused on final exams (click here for the schedule) and wrapping up any loose ends.  I do want to take a moment and thank all of the amazing teachers, students, and parents who have worked so hard to make this school year a success!  It is truly an honor to be the Principal of Stowe High School and I look forward to many more years of Raider Pride. 

This Saturday June 11th is our graduation ceremony here on campus and the commencement will begin promptly at 11:00 am (click here for additional information about the day).  For those family/community members who can not be here in person, please join us virtually for a Live Stream of the ceremony at the following LINK.  Additionally, the ceremony will be recorded and can be viewed at the link I have included.

I hope all of our families have a great summer break and find time to do the things that make them happy. 

David Greenfield
Proud Principal of SHS

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This week’s athletics scheduleClick here

Community News and Events
Looking for a Juneteenth event?

Listening Session: BIPOC Workforce Development in Lamoille & Washington

Juneteenth: A Love Story: music, food, education, love

  • June 17-19
  • Multiple venues and events

Including: The Black Experience (with Dr. Angela Davis)

  • June 18
  • Battery Park, Burlington
  • 4-7 PM

Juneteenth 2022: Building Legacies that Matter

  • June 18-9
  • Clemmons Family Farm

Juneteenth Winooski: music and food

  • Sunday, June 19
  • 3-8 Rotary Park, Winooksi

Do you need…?

Free eyeglasses. New Eyes: bring clearer vision to people in need.

Repair Your Home: low-cost loans that make home repairs possible. Learn more. (Downstreet)

Lots of books, and more than books
Story Stroll: The Bench 

This story captures the beautiful and special relationships between fathers and sons. In time for Father’s Day on 6/9.

Please supervise children, pick up after dogs, social distance, sign in, and be courteous of the land by taking out what you bring in.

Oceans of Possibilities: Morristown Centennial Library summer reading program Programs all summer and for all ages.

  • Kickoff: June 17, 11 AM

If you come back the next day at 11 AM, you’ll be there for Bees Besieged.

Library of Things at Morristown Centennial Library

  • Birding backpacks, a metal detector, a CD player, musical instruments and more.
  • State Parks, VINS and ECHO passes.

All of these things are free, and library cards are for anyone in Vermont – not just residents of Morrisville.

Youth

Ask the Expert — Blueprint for Youth Suicide Prevention: Opportunities to Support Youth and Families

Youth Environmental Summit (YES): annual event for students in grades 6-12 who want to learn about environmental issues and find ways to take action.

  • October 28
  • Youth presenters submit your workshop idea. Deadline June 15 (ask if you need more time).
  • Students entering grades 9-12: serve as YES Teen Leaders. Learn more here. Deadline June 15. Apply.
  • Contact: 4-H Teen & Leadership Program Coordinator, (802) 888-4972 x 402

Upcoming
Equity and Substance Prevention: June Coalition Meeting

How substance industry tactics increase inequality, and how risk factors, such as stigma, discrimination, and life stressors, lead to disproportionate use. Community partners come share about equity work in the community

  • 6/9, 3:30-4:45 PM
  • Virtual

River Bend Apartments Grand Opening

  • 6/14
  • 11AM-noon (new time)
  • 605 Maple Street, Stowe VT 05672
  • kerrie@lamoillehousing.org or (802) 888-5714

Coping and Regulation for Early Childhood Educators: free training

  • June 20, 6-7:30 PM

Healthy Wealthy, & Wise: Understanding Balance Sheets, Budgets, and Board Responsibilities. For board members and nonprofits.

Vermont Community Leadership Summit: skills workshops, networking opportunities, community project panels, and forum discussions. 8/10

Job openings
Director of Youth Ministry @Stowe Community Church: bring new life to the growing ministries of SCC. Experience in education or leading a youth-based program is preferred, but a passion for our faith and youth group is a must. Duties include developing an inspiring and engaging ministry for students 6th grades and up; including curriculum, programs, music and maybe a trip to the mountain every once in a while.  Send resume or letter of interest to Marylou Durett at info@stowechurch.org.

Nursery Coordinator @ Stowe Community Church: teen or adult who will provide a dependable, safe, nurturing environment to infants and toddlers, ages three and under. Duties include being silly, giving big hugs, reading stories, cuddling and a diaper change or two. Send resume or letter of interest to Marylou Durett at info@stowechurch.org.

AmeriCorps VISTA: United Way of Lamoille County (two positions). VISTAs will promote UWLC’s mission and vision while working on some of the most pressing issues in rural communities today: housing, poverty, mental health, and more. Upon hiring, service descriptions will be revised to fit the VISTA’s unique skill set, interests, and career goals. Housing can be provided.

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