The Basketball courts will be getting refinished on August 25th and will be closed for a week after for curing time.
We are wrapping up our inventory process and will be closing for all business this Friday 6/20.
After Friday I will not be able to sell anything for the remainder of the fiscal year due to system updating and archiving.
Please let me know immediately if you have any Campus Store business to attend to.
The Campus Store will reopen on Monday 7/14.
Thanks and happy summer!
Campus Store Manager
The Campus Store will be closing for inventory and summer break today. Regular hours will start up again in mid-August. If you need something beforehand please email email@example.com.
Thank you and happy summer.
We at the Log staff are excited about this year’s yearbook, and are already well at work for the Class of 2015. If you are a senior, or the parent or guardian of a senior, here is some information you will need for the senior portrait section of the 2015 yearbook.
Option I: Be photographed on-campus.
April of April Eve photography (www.aprileve.com) will be on campus in the fall to take senior photos for a nominal $35 sitting fee. While photos will be available for purchase, there is no obligation to do so. Via April’s website, students can select the photo they want to be included in the yearbook, and that photo will be provided directly to the yearbook staff. Seniors can sign up for a photo sitting online with April Eve in September once they return to campus.
Option 2: Use an off-campus photographer
If you choose to use an outside, off-campus photographer, please be sure to adhere to the following guidelines:
-standard professional quality yearbook head shot (no do-it-yourself, passport photos, etc.)
-black and white OR color
-no “blurred” lens
-no props or accessories in the photo (soccer balls, trees, etc.)
- no profile shots
-no hands/arms (head propped on folded hands etc.)
-2.5 x 3.5 inch (wallet-size) senior portrait
-300 dpi or larger (we can easily work with files that are larger, but we cannot print files of lesser quality)
-JPEG files only, please
Please submit your off-campus photo to Editor in Chief Hannah Lee by October 15, 2014. Questions? Email Susan Michalski, faculty advisor to the Log, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Graduation to all the seniors! What a beautiful ceremony today…now that we are finished crying, let’s get back to work (but only for a few more days!).
The Writing Center will be open for study hall every night this week. During the day, we will be open by appointment only. Reply to this email if you would like to set up a time.
See you soon, but if not, have a wonderful summer vacation!
Are you missing the seniors?
Classes and dorms a little empty without them?
The Spring Williston Artwalk is the perfect antidote!
Take a break from studying and stop by the first floor hallway of Reed and the Grubbs Gallery on Tuesday, May 27 to see and celebrate the great work of the Spring Trimester Arts Intensive artists.
There will be a reception from 6-7 p.m. with great food and great art. Don’t miss it~!
We have decided to read Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen this summer! We encourage you to join our club and discuss this book with us in the fall!
Melissa Falcone & Katie Lucchesi
Boxed lunches on the Quad
Chicken breast with sage-bread stuffing, gravy, Seafood Paella, rice pilaf, Capri blend vegetable, vegetable-tofu stuffed tomatoes, pasta bar: pasta, marinara sauce, Asian or rice noodles, vegetable or chicken broth, sautéed vegetables
French toast sticks, baked apples, home fries, make your own waffle, yogurt bar, assorted eggs at the grill
Breakfast sandwiches with and without meat, hash browns, yogurt bar, rice
Clam chowder or miso soup, steamed rice, chicken stir fry, vegetarian tofu stir fry, corn Grill: Shaved steak, sautéed peppers & onions, cheese or barbeque sauce
Pasta station: Asian and rice noodles, vegetable or chicken broth, tofu and vegetables, pasta, marinara or meat sauce
London broil, baked haddock, glazed carrots, quinoa with roasted vegetables, wild rice pilaf, fresh vegetables
Grill: baked potatoes with broccoli & cheese, meat chili pasta bar-marinara or meat sauce, roasted vegetables
Panini station: grilled chicken, assorted vegetables, ciabatta bread
Baked eggs au gratin, baked eggs with ham, sausage, chef’s choice stuffed French toast, yogurt bar, assorted eggs at the grill, fruit smoothies
French onion soup or cream of mushroom soup, grilled kielbasa, sauerkraut-peppers & onions, potato pierogi, baked fish, spicy chickpeas with ginger, roasted brussel sprouts, turkey, ham and swiss on ciabatta bread, hummus wraps
Pasta station: gemelle, marinara, alfredo sauce, broccoli
Baked chicken quarters, rice pilaf, salmon fillet/burger, vegetarian stuffed peppers, brussel sprouts
Pasta station: bow tie pasta, marinara or pesto sauce
Grill: pork or tofu stir fry
Pancakes-plain or blueberry, ham, hard-boiled eggs, yogurt bar, assorted eggs at the grill
Middle School has special Closing Ceremony lunch
Minestrone soup or soup du jour, egg noodles, turkey stew, broccoli-tomato & pasta bake, fresh vegetables
Pasta station: gemelle, marinara or herb sauce
Pizza station: cheese and chef’s choice pizza
Closed—have a great summer!
Closed—have a great summer!
Just a reminder The Williston Book Club will be meeting Thursday, May 22 at 3:00. We will meet in the third floor of the Schoolhouse! There will be tons of snacks and we plan to vote on the first book that will be read over the summer. Hope to see you all there!
Katie and Melissa
A reminder that our last CID is TONIGHT at 6 p.m. in the Cox Room.
Hear the inspiring stories of
and a co-written spoken word by Brittany Collins and Ms. Evelti
See you there!