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March 30, 2017 - Whipple Weekly
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Four Students Advance in National History Day Competition
Congratulations to four Shattuck-St. Mary’s Middle School students who advanced to the state National History Day competition, which will take place on Saturday, April 29 at the University of Minnesota.

 As a result of their exemplary work, the following students will compete at the state competition.

  • Lily Chappell ’22- “Nellie Bly’s Undercover Investigation in a Mental Hospital” (website)
  • Aaron Sawicki ’23- “The Hormel P-9 Strike” (exhibit)
  • Adalyn Nienhaus ’22- “Alice Paul’s White House Picket” (exhibit)
  • Suzannah Sanders Burdis ’22- “Edward Coles, Anti-Slavery Advocate” (performance)
ScholarShift Stories: Electro-Voice

A group of 15 junior Shattuck-St. Mary’s juniors visited and participated in a learning session at Electro-Voice, an industry-leading audio technology company based in Burnsville, Minn. on Friday, March 24. The ScholarShift module included a tour of the Burnsville facility, including exposure to E-V’s speaker testing labs and anechoic chamber, followed by a Mediterranean lunch in the Twin Cities area. Read more...

Four Sabres Receive All-NAPHL Honors
Congratulations to Shattuck-St. Mary’s Midget AAA players Brent Schuldhaus ‘17, Jake Vaughan ‘18, Peter White ‘17 and Thomas Lalonde ‘18, who were announced as members of the 2016-17 All-NAPHL teams by the North American Prospects Hockey League. Read more...
Master Campus Plan: The Hub
SSM students, faculty, and staff members had the opportunity to meet with project architects from the Cuningham Group and contribute their feedback on the building of The Hub during an informational session on Wednesday, March 29 at The Inn at Shattuck-St. Mary's.
From The Spectator: Exploring St. Paul
By Lisa Lilyerd '19, courtesy of The Spectator

Let’s be honest, when someone says the “Twin Cities,” we immediately acknowledge Minneapolis. Minneapolis is sort of the big celebrity everyone knows, while St. Paul is the forgotten twin. But recently I had taken the opportunity to ‘discover’ this odd but charming city, and I must say that my mind had changed afterwards.  
On our trip, the first stop we made was the Securian building, which is in a financial district in the middle of St. Paul. We explored there for a bit, and then met with one of the executives who taught us about St. Paul. We discussed the Excel Center, the baseball field, and a new soccer arena that they are putting in. It was all very exciting to see the expansions they are making for St. Paul. Read more...

Jefferson Cup Results

The Shattuck-St. Mary's Girls U17 and U18 teams both enjoyed a successful week as they competed in the Jefferson Cup, one of the top youth soccer tournaments in the country, in Richmond, Va. on March 24-26.

The U17's went 2-1, falling to Penn Fusion 2-0 in their opener before defeating both the Richmond Strikers and Ohio Elite by a 3-2 tally. The U18's went 2-0-1, drawing with PA Classics Academy before claiming 3-0 victories over Arlington SA and Tampa Bay United Premier.

Jack Hickey '23 Wins State Gymnastics Championship
Congratulations to Jack Hickey '23, who recently won the Minnesota Men's Junior Olympic Gymnastics Championship in the 12+ age group! 
From The Spectator: Refugee Simulation
By Abigail Hansen '17, courtesy of The Spectator

Home: a safe, comfortable, familiar place–a place of origin. To most of us at SSM, home is something we often don’t give a second thought. Although many of us may be away from our families, we can be sure of returning home to them. We do not have to worry about our families’ safety, or if they will be there when we go back. Unfortunately to many around the world, these concerns are an everyday reality.

Forty Upper School students from SSM recently had the opportunity to partake in a Refugee Simulation, run by a 1.5-generation Cambodian refugee, Sam Ouk, Faribault Public Schools’ EL Coordinator and a member of Faribault Diversity Coalition. In the simulation, students were no longer themselves, but refugees in Cambodia. Read more...

Good Luck to Team Sabres in Kansas This Weekend!

Best of luck to members of our Figure Skating COE, as they travel to Kansas for a singles competition on March 30-April 2. Go Team Sabres!

Sabre Scores
Follow the link below to see this week's results from SSM athletics.
Sabre Scores
Shot of the Week
The SSM Boys Prep team traveled to St. Paul to watch the Minnesota Wild take on the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night. Former SSM players on the rosters included Zach Parise '02, Erik Haula, and Taylor Chorney '05.
SSM Families: The Boones
Meet the Boone family. Jamison, age 6, can tell you all about SSM's elevators and has a special affinity for the elevator just around the corner from his dad's engineering lab. Read more...
SabreSpeak
Enjoy the latest Senior Speeches and other student-centric content on our SabreSpeak blog. Click here to check it out!
Kim Hall is Live!
You can watch a live webcam of the Kim Hall project. The windows are in and things are progressing quickly!

News You Can Use

Weekend Events

 - Friday: Bingo in weCreate from 8-9:30 p.m.
 - Saturday: Minnesota United vs. Real Salt Lake, 5:30-11 p.m. Tickets are $35.
Sunday: Lakeville Theater Trip, 12-4 p.m.

Upcoming Events
3/31 - Sadie Hawkins Dance

4/6-4/10 National Hockey Tournaments
4/12 Bone Marrow Registry Drive in StuLo
4/15 - Egg Hunt
4/20-22- Spring Musical, The Sound of Music
5/1- AP exams begin
5/13 - Prom
5/15 - Poster sessions for non-senior BioScience and The Major members
5/16-17- Middle School final exams
5/18- Engineering presentations


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2017-2018 Academic Calendar
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Honors Capstones and BioScience Symposium Special Schedule

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