As I have been mentioning in the past few updates, this is a very busy time of year!  We have concerts, assemblies, a pep rally, prom and awards ceremonies not to mention graduation in less than four weeks.  Please remember that student attendance is essential as each of these events are building memories that will last a lifetime! 

Important Dates

May 18th- “Life Skills Day”- All day for 12th grade students only.

May 18th- Berklee India Concert @ Spruce Peak 9:30-11:30 (Grades 9-11)

May 18th- SMHS Spring Concert 7:00pm in the auditorium

May 19th- Pep Rally (9:30am to 10:15am)

May 20th- SHS Prom @ The Stowe Inn- 7:00pm to 9:30pm (Tickets currently on sale during lunch- $20)

May 24th- Chris Herren Assembly- 9:00am-10:15am (Link with details)

May 25th- Academic Awards @ 9:15AM (Invites sent to those families whose students will be recognized)

June 8th-13th- Final Exams (Make-ups on 6/14) Click here for schedule

June 9th- Senior BBQ @ 12:00PM in the Courtyard (after final rehearsal)

June 10th – Stowe High Graduation (starts at 11:00am)

June 14th – Last Day of School (anticipated)

Life Skills Day @ SHS on May 18th

This is an event for all 12th grade students, which last took place pre-pandemic. Seniors will remain on campus to take part in this worthwhile day, in place of attending the Berklee India Ensemble Concert. We are lucky enough to have a dedicated group of parents and community members who will contribute to the schedule below:

8:00AM – 8:30AM – BREAKFAST

8:30AM – 8:45AM – Principal speaks and introduces the day

8:45AM – 9:30AM – Ernie Roick – safety/self-defense

9:30AM – 10:15AM – Rick Barnett – mental health/drugs and alcohol

10:15AM – 10:30AM – BREAK

10:30AM – 10:45AM – Team card activity – build a card house

10:45AM – 11:30AM – Tom Stewart – finance/credit cards

11:30AM – 12:00PM – LUNCH – Cafeteria

12:00PM – 12:30PM – Julie Roick – Life Coach – kindness onto others…

12:30PM-1:15PM – 4 college freshmen (previous HS seniors – Isabella Mitchell, Lucy Genung, Luke Farley and Mike Pelletier or Wiley Barnett) – they will tell their story and then answer to Q&A

1:15PM – 1:30PM – BREAK (cookies)

1:30PM – 2:15PM – Chris Zimmerman – interview/social media dangers/etiquette/organization

2:15PM – 2:45PM – Thank you card signing and year book signing

SMHS Spring Concert: Thursday, May 18th, 7:00pm in the SMHS Auditorium!

Come one, come all for an evening of great jazz music from our SMHS musicians! You will hear all four ensembles (middle school band/chorus and high school band/chorus), and it sure will be a blast! Admission is certainly free, but there will be a cash bake sale.


May Newsletter

We have lots of information to share. Please peruse through all of the topics. Be sure to keep following your grade level checklists…contact us with any questions!  – Zach Falls, Lauren Conti, Patti Tomashot, Mary Rathbun

Attached is information on a local scholarship…..the deadline is coming up and has been extended to May 19th.


Hello Everyone,

Our spring sports teams are in the thick of their seasons.  Both Tennis teams have been playing well.  The Girls Lacrosse Team has won two in a row and the Boys Lacrosse Team continues to improve each day.  Our track team continues to break records and achieve new PR’s. 

Come on out and see our students play.  Here is this week’s schedule.  Don’t forget to watch the Spring Concert on Thursday starting at 7:00 PM.

Have a great week!! Go Raiders!!

Herren Talks assembly

On May 24th, former NBA player Chris Herren will visit SMHS to share his story about drug addiction and the perils of substance use.  If you would like to hear more about his journey, view this video.  

Berklee India Ensemble Concert

The Enrichment Fund is sponsoring a school wide field trip to Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center on Thursday, May 18th . Bus will leave promptly at 9:30 and return at 11:30. Below is a synopsis about the performance:

Founded in 2011 by Annette Philip, the first Indian musician appointed as a faculty member at Berklee College of Music, the Berklee Indian Ensemble is a world renowned collective, known for its global Indian sound that honors traditions while boldly experimenting with a cross pollination of genres, cultures, and multidisciplinary art forms. A viral sensation with nearly 300 million views (accounting for 70% of Berklee’s total YouTube views), the Ensemble was in such high demand globally that it organically transitioned into a professional band in 2021, marking the Ensemble’s ten year anniversary. This pro entity is led by 11 full-time members representing India, Jordan, Iraq, Israel, Nigeria, Indonesia, Norway, the USA, and other regions across the globe.

Community News

Good morning, school partners.

There are 86 households (105 adults and 42 children) were experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness in our community. 50 households are experiencing literal homelessness: general assistance program, in a tent, on the street, in a vehicle, or in temporary shelter.

Opening of Gordon Lane Apartments: 25 newly constructed affordable apartments in the heart of Morrisville by Lamoille Housing Partnership

  • Gordon Lane
  • 6/5, 2:30 PM
  • RSVP: or (802) 888-5714.
  • Catered lunch, beverages, and dessert.

Trainer Provider Grants: for employers and training providers, covering up to 50% of the training cost for pre-employment, new hire, and/or incumbent employee training.

Understanding Adolescents

  • Six week virtual course from Vermont Technical College
  • Self-paced or instructor led

Building Communities That Thrive Through Connection: Sessions will focus on substance misuse prevention, comprehensive strategies to connect authentically with all community members, and various pathways to promote mental wellness.

  • 6/22, 8AM-5:30PM
  • Burke Mountain Hotel and Conference Center


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