FMHS Daily Student Announcements For Monday, April 11th, 2016
If you are interested in running for an office for your class please stop in the office and pick up application. Make a difference, run for an office. Applications due back by April 21, 2016.
Students there will be a movie night on Friday, April 15th in the MPR to help raise money towards a service dog for a fellow classmate. The movie will be Grown Ups and the cost is only $3.00 with snacks available. Hope to see you all come and support a fellow Bloodhound! If you would like to make a donation to the cause you can see Mrs. Jones in the front office.
Lost and Found: We have an abundance of lost items that have been turned into the office. We have a lot of jewelry, keys, and other miscellaneous items. If you have misplaced something, please stop by office 101 to identify and claim.
Western Illinois University will have a representative here during B lunch on Thursday, April 14th. If you would like to learn more about Western Illinois University stop by their table and speak with them.
The Fort Madison Pool is looking for summer lifeguards and swimming instructors. If you are a certified life guard with CPR, 16 years of age and live within a 10 mile radius of Fort Madison you can apply. Applications can be picked up at the city offices and are due by May 6th.
Attention seniors: if you if you want to attend SCC in the fall, you may be interested in attending SCC’s Sneak Peek day! The date is April 20th and there will be many opportunities available to you such as sitting in on a class or speaking with SCC students of faculty. This event includes a free lunch and the chance to win $500 worth of tuition to be used at SCC. If you are interested in attending, please go to http://www.scciowa.edu/scripts/forms/sneakpeekwb.asp to register for the event.
Lunch Menu: BBQ Chicken or Loaded Baked Potato; Green Beans or Salad; Applesauce or Fresh Oranges
Quote of the Day
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
Francis of Assisi