Participation Information

 

Dear Colleague,

 

We are pleased that you have chosen St. Johnsbury Academy for your studies during the summer of 2022. Despite the events surrounding COVID-19, our consultants and staff members have planned a challenging and fun-filled week for you whether you attend online or onsite. We are ready to help you meet your professional development goals.

 

In Person Schedule, Programming, and Activities

Essential information about the daily schedule, programming, and afternoon and evening activities, as well as a camper’s checklist and directions to our campus can be found on our website. Check out the “Camp St. J” menu for more detailed information. Be sure to check out the links to our afternoon and evening destinations! Please note, there is a modest charge for some of our activities.

 

In Person Registration Sunday

Institute Registration will take place in the Mayo Center (our library) from 2:00.-5:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 26; Sunday, July 10 and Sunday, July 17. 

 

Late registration is from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Streeter Cafeteria.

 

A social hour at 5:00 p.m., special buffet at 6:00 p.m., and opening general session at 7:00 p.m. will complete the evening. There will be a short, initial session of each workshop on Sunday evening.

 

One of the most productive parts of any workshop is the sharing of ideas that takes place. Please bring copies of syllabi, problems, labs, or exercises for your session to share with fellow participants.

 

Final Payment and School Purchase Orders

If there is a balance due on your registration, final payments can be made at registration. We accept all major credit cards (Visa, MC, Amex, and Discover). If your school is paying by purchase order, please have your school email the purchase order to Stacie Ruggles at sruggles@stjacademy.org or fax to (802) 751-2127.

 

We understand that some schools may be paying for the workshop during the next fiscal cycle. If so, please have them forward the purchase order after July 1.

 

Airport Shuttles to Onsite Workshops

We have tentatively scheduled two shuttle pick ups (11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.) at Burlington International Airport and at the Manchester, NH Airport. Cost is $150 round trip. You can pay us on arrival at check in. Please email Buffie Hegarty at bhegarty@stjacademy.org as soon as possible to confirm flight arrival and departure times (or if you would like to use this service). The Burlington airport is a 1.5 hour drive from St. Johnsbury, and the Manchester Airport is about 2.5 hours from St. Johnsbury. The shuttle will take you directly to registration.

 

Graduate Credit and Continuing Education Units

As we are co-sponsored by the College Board, we will be awarding Certificates of Program Completion indicating 30-contact hours at the Institute. You must attend ALL sessions to be eligible for a certificate or graduate credit.

 

Three (3) graduate credits may be earned through Southern NH University ($375). The fee for these credits will be payable to St. Johnsbury Academy.

 

Lodging On-Campus

Our dorm rooms are not air-conditioned (except Brantview and the Maple Center), so it is highly recommended that you bring a window fan for your comfort (our library and classrooms are air-conditioned). Additionally, you may want to also bring your own pillow and a small desk lamp (all rooms have overhead, LED or florescent lighting). Please note, we DO provide sheets and linens for your stay. Each dormitory has a laundry facility.

 

Lodging Off-Campus

If a dorm room does fit your needs, there are several local hotels and retail options.

The Comfort Inn is a very close to our campus. If you reserve a room at the Comfort Inn, tell them that you are attending the St. Johnsbury APSI and receive a discounted rate of $139/night. Consider buying a commuter meal plan so that you can enjoy our delicious evening meals!

 

Other options include The Burke Mountain Hotel and rentals in VRBO or Airbnb

 

Recreational Facilities and Yoga

Our Field House facility will be open throughout the week for swimming, running, tennis, or the use of the exercise equipment. There is no extra charge for the use of the Field House and pool.

 

We will have many activities available in the afternoons and evenings for those staying on campus (and those with commuter meal plans). We offer such activities as kayaking, hiking, biking, bocce, yoga, dance, and other recreational options such as swimming, cardio workout, weight workouts, pick-up basketball, etc.  

 

Camp Essentials

To enjoy the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont you might also consider bringing the following:

Swimwear
Beach Towel
Sport Clothing (Suitable for Northern New England)
Tennis Racquet and Balls
Golf Clubs
Hiking Boots and Sturdy Footwear
Running or Walking Shoes
Bikes
Camera
Writing Journal
Sunscreen

 

We look forward to welcoming you for a stimulating and productive week.

 

Very sincerely yours,

Angela Drew
Director