STONE BRIDGE. Thursday, May 10th. K9 KORNER presents:. College T-shirts $12 College Hoodies $27. Room 401 Open 8:25-8:55 daily. WALKING FOR WATER .
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Thursday, May 10th
College T-shirts $12
College Hoodies $27
Open 8:25-8:55 daily
This is the last week before the Walking for Water Event which will occur this coming Saturday morning at Morven Park in Leesburg! The T-shirts are IN. Please see Mrs. Bond in Room L512 to register and get YOURS!
Ms. Karandikar will need help setting up a lab on May 18th right after school. This is in addition to those of you that signed up to help her on May 21. Several members already signed up for help on other days. If you would like to volunteer, please see me in room 510 to sign up. Also, just a reminder that several of you have signed up for helping Dr. Cascio on May 8, 10, 14 and 16. If you have signed up, please ensure that you are there right after school to help out.Please ensure that you have all of your hours completed by the due date. Hours are to be turned in to the fume hood in my room (510) on May 18th no later than 9 AM.
Stone Bridge Athletic Department would like to let everyone know that they are now on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
18SBHS Juniors will be invited to participate in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program. With a Selection Index of 200 or above, each of these students is among the 50,000 highest scoring participants out of 1.5 program entrants. Congratulations to:
Emily Brown Andrew Bryant SourabhCheedellaTimothy FinottiChristopher WeyerEmily Wynn Yizhe Xing
RebekahRastMark TolepChristine Tran
Emily Hughes Jasmine JellaRiley Kohl Tyler LoughZoyaMahajanKelly McDanielKavi MuraleetharanRamyaNandigam
There is Spanish tutoring available every Friday morning from 8-8:45am in room L207.
There will be open gym today, May 10, after school for all girls basketball players
Congratulations to Joban Dhillon & Ben Doerflinger for placing 2nd place in the TSA State Competition for Video Game Design. Joban and Ben have earned the right to compete at Nationals.
Even though the rain kept falling, the boys JV Soccer team wouldn't let that dampen their spirits as they played to a 0-0 tie against district rival Thomas Jefferson.
There were multiple chances created by many players, including Jake Hessinger's great shot and Brendon Luong's near miss at the back post. John Haskett came up with a great one on one kick save to preserve the shutout.
The coaching staff would like to say how proud they are of the boys continued improvement throughout the season. We will meet on Friday to turn in uniforms after school.
Attention all seniors! Want to spend a day in the shoes of your favorite teacher or administrator? Well, on May 24th you'll have your chance. Organize a lesson plan and fun activities and teach for the day, by yourself or with one other person. All you have to do is pick up an application in your government class, coordinate with theteacher or administrator of your choice, and prepare for a day of fun.Applications are due by 4pm on Friday May 18th to the SCA mailbox
Attention All Students: Show your teachers just how much you care by writing them a personal message! Fill out a card during all lunch shifts and study halls this week, FREE of charge. Teacher Cadets will be delivering these messages to Stone Bridge Staff Members through Friday.
Dismissals are not permitted after any AP Exam. You are expected to stay and finish all your scheduled classes on any given day you may be taking an AP Exam.Any doctor appointments that you may have on a day you have AP exams must be approved by the Attendance Office/Administration two days prior to the exam day on which it falls.
Good luck to the boys soccer team as they take on Thomas Jefferson tonight, Thursday, May 10 at 7 PM at Stone Bridge. It’s Senior night and the game will begin at 6:30 PM Thursday night.
Several scholarships are available through the school's website, and for some, deadlines are approaching quickly. The NAFEPA scholarship is now available offering three $2500 scholarships. Applications are available in the career center.
The student directed One Acts are fast approaching and the drama department needs ushers, so sign up now! The sign up sheet is outside the Black Box! Remember, if you usher, you get to see see the one acts for free!
The Stone Bridge Rowing Club rowed in the Washington Metropolitan Area Scholastic Rowing Associations Novice Championships for first year rowers.
Both the men’s and women’s top boats came from behind to win their respective events. The men’s second eight came in a strong second and the men’s and women’s four oared shells also came in second.
All of our athletes performed well against several well established teams from the area including several well funded private schools like Gonzaga. In addition, all of our boats left no doubt that they are the fastest crews in Loudoun County beating Briar Woods in every event that we entered.
Congratulations to Amanda Scarangella, Luke Fitzgerald, Aidan Donovan, & Jonathan DeSteuben for recently being selected to represent Stone Bridge at the 2012 Girls & Boys State Programs. Girls State will be held at Longwood University and Boys State will be at Liberty University.
Congratulations to all of the SB girls' tennis team who participated in Districts on Monday. Emily Morgan & Claire Jarvie move on to today's quarterfinal round vs Fairfax at Lewinsville Park.Tennis
Robeks of Broadlands is offering a "Give Back " program to Stone Bridge High School. Beginning February 1, 2012 thru May 31, 2012 Robeks will donate $.50 to the Athletic Department for every smoothie purchased by students & faculty at Stone Bridge High School. All the student or staff member needs to do is show their school ID to validate that they attend high school at Stone Bridge High School.
If your going to Robeks, bring your school student ID....it's that simple.
SBHS Athletics thanks you for your help & support
Bulldog Brew is the highest quality Arabica Beans from Central and South America. The coffee is American Roast, medium for a bold flavor, never dark.
$15 for each 1lb bag
Pick up one in the school store located in Room 401 or see any DECA member or DECA Advisor
(Mrs. Celio,Mrs. Managano, Ms.Guerrero)
HURRY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Store Hours are 8:25-8:55 daily or by appointment
The Ashburn Ruritan Club Outstanding Student Citizen Award Application is now available in the career center. The Ruritan Club will award $2000 to a senior who possesses strong academic credentials and go out of their way to support their community; that is not to say this award is only given to an individual with the highest GPA and most volunteer hours. Stop by the career center for an application.
Senior hours are due on May 25th.All other member hours are due on June 4th. All members are welcome tocome in to help on Saturday, June 2th for the Final Exam Review day.
Seniors: New scholarships are being added daily to the "Scholarship applications - County-wide" section of our website. Be sure to check them out before it's too late!
Congratulations to the following students chosen to represent Stone Bridge at the 2012 Summer Residential Governor's School:
SourabhCheedella- Math, Science & Technology
PrecilaDessai- Math, Science & Technology
Jessica Fadullon- Visual & Performing Arts
Jonathan Horin - Math, Science & Technology
Jasmine Jella- Math, Science & Technology
Helen Luu - Agriculture
Lydia Sohn - Visual & Performing Arts
The Stone Bridge Girls Varsity Soccer finished their regular season schedule with an 8-0 win over Thomas Jefferson last night. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Ashley Herndon with a hat trick, Murielle Tiernan adding two goals, and Molly Kenny, Erin Leonard, and Carson Cyphers each adding a goal as well. Tiernan and Herndon both had three assists each, Leonard had an assist and Corinne Giroux assisted on a goal as well. Goalkeepers Natalie Grundler and Elizabeth Blanco each had two saves in goal. The Bulldogs overall record is now 10-1-2 and they went undefeated 7-0 in the district. They will host Marshall in the first round of district tournament play next week on Monday.Girls soccer
Rosters for the first week of AP testing are now posted on the bulletin board outside of the Career Center. Please make sure you know your room assignment.
Score:BULLDOGS: 6 SOUTH LAKES HIGH: 0SBHS Bulldogs put together another Liberty District win against the South Lakes Seahawks 6-0. The bats were good tonight with Ty Mocabee having two strong hits and Jake Kuzbel, Scott Doescher, and Mocabee each with 2 RBI.Ty Mocabee also pitched well with 6 shutout innings (7Ks) and received last inning help from Devon Perez who threw a 1-2-3 7th.Next week concludes the regular season with SBHS hosting Marshall HS on Tuesday and then wraps up with a away game at Fairfax HS on Friday night.
The publications students who attended the Virginia Journalism Teachers Association (VAJTA) J-Day in Harrisonburg this weekend won the following awards:Best of ShowNewspaper -- 2nd Place Best of ShowYearbook -- 3rd Place Best of Show
Emily Hughes -- 1st Place News WritingSydney Bair -- 3rd Place news WritingKatie Pesek -- 1st Place Sports WritingEmily Wynn -- 2nd Place Feature WritingSara Burkett -- 3rd Place Feature WritingSamantha Lane -- Honorable Mentions Feature WritingLauren Skelly -- 2nd Place Copy EditingErin Donovan -- 3rd Place Copy EditingAshley Truluck -- 1st Place Editorial Writing
Caitlin Boyles -- 1st Place YBK Sports WritingKaitlin Kolar -- 2nd Place YBK Sports WritingKelly Chappell -- Honorable Mentions YBK Sports WritingMegan Casey -- 1st Place YBK Copy WritingMary Deavers -- 2nd Place YBK Copy WritingAmy Alexander -- Honorable Mentions YBK Copy writingCaitlin O'Connell -- 1st Place Caption/Cutline WritingJulie Tripp -- 3rd Place Caption/Cutline Writing
Attention all students interested in running for SCA Class Office there will be a information meeting May 10th at 8:15 AM in the auditorium. All petitions packets, speeches, and teacher recommendations are due May 15. Finally, all speeches will be taped Friday May 18th.
"Amnesty International along with the Loudoun County School of Practical Nursing, will be holding a Miles for Smiles Walk-A-Thon on Saturday May 19th at Loudoun County High School. The Walk-A-Thon will support a medical mission to Zambia. All of the proceeds will go to provide for dental equipment. A donation box for school supplies and clothing will be located in 204 in lieu of donations. "
2012-2013 Stone Bridge DECA officer applications are now available for any DECA member taking a marketing class next year.
The officer application can be found on the DECA webpage under the Activities tab on the
Stone Bridge webpage
Applications and all requirements
are due to Mrs. Celio by May 11
Any senior DECA member can apply!
Applications are located on the Stone Bridge DECA webpage which is under the Activities tab on the Stone Bridge webpage.
by May 11.
Andrew Jackson’s ideal vision of an American nation composed of farmers and artisans had become increasingly ------- by the 1860s, when the new ------- economy was turning craftspersons and planters into factory laborers.
A. antiquated . . agricultural
B. feasible . . industrial
C. elusive . . artistic
D. fanciful . . manufacturing
E. progressive . . urban
Choice (D) is correct. If Jackson’s vision were of a nation peopled by farmers and artisans, it makes sense to say that that vision had become more “fanciful,” or imaginative, than practical at a time when manufacturing was drawing people to factory jobs.