Next Week at SBHS
June 4th, 2021
This Week's Events
Here are the upcoming events for this week. Our sports teams are continuing in Regional competition, so game details are subject to change. Please check stonebridgesports.org next week for the most updated information.
Monday, June 7th
- Senior Drive Thru, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
- Track Region Championship, Rock Ridge HS, 10:00 AM
- Yearbook Pickup, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
- Lacrosse Region Quarterfinals, 6:00 PM (Girls Home, Boys at Freedom)
- Baseball and Softball Region Quarterfinals, 6:00 PM (Locations TBD)
- Women in STEM Panel, 6:00 PM
Tuesday, June 8th
- Senior Elementary Walks, 8:15 AM
- Soccer Region Quarterfinals, 6:00 PM (Boys Home, Girls at Thomas Jefferson)
Thursday, June 10th
- Graduation Practice, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Senior Picnic / Project Graduation Celebration, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- Parent volunteers needed! Sign up here.
Friday, June 11th
- Graduation for the Class of 2021, 7:00 PM
Congratulations to our Students!
Congrats to our Unified Sports Team!
Governor's Schools, Boys State, and Girls State Students
Virginia Governor’s Schools provide some of the state’s most able students academically and artistically challenging programs beyond those offered in their home schools. With the support of the Virginia Board of Education and the General Assembly, the Governor’s Schools presently include summer residential, summer regional, and academic-year programs serving more than 7,500 gifted students from all parts of the commonwealth. The following Stone Bridge students were accepted into the 2021 Summer Residential Governor's School:
- For Math, Science, and Technology (MST) – Brett Wilson
- Alternate for Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) – Rachel Emch
The Ashburn Leonard W Kidd American Legion Post 2001 will again sponsor both girls and boys to attend Boys State and Girls State activities this year. The program is quite prestigious but more importantly, allows students to learn and live in an environment that stresses Civic Mindedness/American Citizenship. Attendees learn about our democratic government and actually run their city and state governments. Boys State will be held at Radford University and Girls State will be held at Longwood University.
- For Boys State - Brandon Fobes
- For Girls State - Kyra Campbell and Kyra Padam
Congratulations to all!
Athletics Updates from our Coaches
The boys soccer team finishes the regular season on Friday night, June 4, at Riverside. To date, the team has 6 wins and 2 losses, and has conceded the fewest goals (8) of any team in the region. The team begins regional play on Tuesday, June 8 against Potomac Falls at home.
The team also celebrated 17 seniors as part of Senior Night on June 2 against Potomac Falls. The coaching staff is grateful for their contributions these last few years, and wishes them the best in their future plans!
Our Varsity & JV Girls Soccer Teams have ended their regular seasons with hard-fought and well played games against Potomac Falls and Riverside this week. We are very happy and excited with their performance and look forward to seeing the new friendships made this year bloom and grow. We look forward to travelling to TJ next Tuesday 6/8 to play in the regional quarterfinals. If our Lady Bulldogs grab the win they will face either Potomac Falls or Woodgrove in the next round of competition.
Varsity Softball won 4-0 this week. Kayla Fekel had all the right stuff on Tuesday for SB allowing zero runs and striking out 15. Veronica Kidwell started the scoring by knocking in Olivia Smith, who started the inning with a leadoff triple. SB notched three runs in the seventh inning behind hits by Fekel, Mairin McCarthy and Olivia Smith. Fekel and Smith accounted for the 3 RBIs in the 7th. JV softball lost to Briar Woods and beat Rock Ridge.
The baseball team lost to Briar Woods 3-2. Zach Mazur hit his first home run and Mikey Hafer struck out 9 Falcon hitters while scattering 3 hits.
The track team was off this week due to inclement weather. The Bulldogs will compete again next week at the region championship on Monday 6/7 at Rock Ridge High School.
Boys' Lacrosse celebrated their seniors this week before a tough match against Potomac Falls. Our three-game win streak came to an end after a 21-13 loss. The boys are looking to bounce back for a first-round playoff win against Freedom this Monday. The program would like to thank all of its seniors again for the hard work they have put into this team.
Last Friday 5/28 the girls varsity lacrosse team lost a hard-fought game in overtime 19-18 to Freedom High School, one of the best games they have played all season. Working as a team to play outstanding lacrosse, freshman Allyson Ryan lead the team with an impressive 7 goals, closely followed by Senior Erica Lawernce adding 5 goals and sophomore Avery Moon adding 4 goals. Bulldogs followed with a win on the road vs Potomac Falls this past Tuesday 6/1. Goals were scored by Allyson Ryan (7), Avery Moon (4), Lauren Cole (2), Beca Rosales (1) and Erica Lawernce (1). The girls will face Woodgrove in the regional quarterfinals Monday June 7th at home!
Stone Bridge Rowing battled the elements to ‘Protect the House' this week. The team endured 50 degree temperatures, driving rain, and intense winds at the Darrell Winslow regatta at Sandy Run Regional Park on the Occoquan Reservoir on May 29, 2021. SBHS competed in 8 races against 190 other boats from a myriad of schools across the Northern Virginia region.
The Men’s Junior Varsity 4 and Women’s Novice 4 boats took 1st place; the Men's Junior Varsity 4x and Women’s Novice 8 boats took 2nd place; and the Junior Varsity 8 boat took 3rd place out of all competitors in their classes. SB Rowing's next event is the Ted Phoenix regatta at Sandy Run Regional Park on June 5, 2021. More information about the team, details about upcoming regattas, and photos are available on the team’s website.
End of the Year Plans
Medication Pickup from the Nurse
If you're leaving LCPS, review this Student Guide to learn how to save your files before they are deleted over the summer.
Students who are continuing in LCPS next year will keep their device over the summer, even if they are transferring to another LCPS school.
Senior Walk Celebrations
Stone Bridge Seniors are invited to walk through the halls of our elementary schools - Belmont Station, Cedar Lane, Newton-Lee, and Sanders Corner. The walk at all four schools will be on Tuesday, June 8th, at 8:15 AM. Participating Seniors should wear their cap, gown, cords, and other graduation regalia. Please RSVP by Monday, June 7th, for planning purposes.
The Belmont community is hosting a Senior Parade on Sunday, June 13th. Seniors should line up at the club at 12:00 for the 1:00 parade.
Volunteers Needed for Senior Picnic
The Project Graduation team still needs volunteers to help run the games and other activities at the Senior Picnic on Thursday, June 10, from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Traditionally we rely on underclass parents to "Pay it Forward" so that senior parents don't have to volunteer for their own graduates. We will need a lot of volunteers to deliver an amazing event for the Class of 2021. Please consider helping for a shift or even all day if you can. Sign up today!
Our yearbooks have been delivered and will be ready for pickup soon! We are so proud of our students for putting together a beautiful and comprehensive yearbook even in such a difficult year as this was. Most of their deadlines were before students were allowed back in person, but they persevered and put together a beautiful design we are all proud of. They can be picked up on the days below:
- Seniors - June 7th, 9 AM - 1 PM
- Grades 9-11 - June 7th, 2 - 4 PM
- Makeup Day - June 14th, 10 AM - 12 PM
Didn't order your yearbook yet? A few are still available for purchase on our website. Please direct any questions to Ms. Sholl at email@example.com.
Unified PE Information
Please watch the video below to learn about our awesome Unified Sports and PE programs at Stone Bridge. Unified Sports is an inclusive sports program through the Special Olympicsthat unites individuals with and without intellectual disabilities as teammates for training and competition.If you are interested in signing up for next school year, please contact Ms. Lauer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. Zielinski at email@example.com.
Please return all library materials by the end of the school year. For your convenience, we have three ways to return books, calculators and other items checked out from the library.
Library materials may be returned to the Meal Service buses on Monday, June 7 and Monday, June 14. Drop them into the book bins when you meet the buses for meal pickup.
Library materials may be dropped off to the main foyer; there is a bin on the auditorium side of the hallway labeled for library returns.
Hybrid students may drop off materials in the library.
Summer checkout will be available for current students in grades 9-11. Use this link to request summer materials to be ready at the end-of the year drop-off/pickup.
The Library also encourages our students and families to participate in the Loudoun County Public Library Summer Reading Program. The program opens June 16 and you will be able to signup online at library.loudoun.gov.