FMHS Daily Student Announcements For Monday, May 2nd, 2016
Are you ready to get excited about your future? Have you considered the automobile industry? There will be a career fair held at Deery Brothers in West Burlington on May 12th 2016, from 6-8 PM. They will have appetizers, you will learn about training programs, network with local technicians & service managers, see new equipment gadgets & gear, explore career opportunities, and tour their state-of-the-art- facility. You can call them at (319) 752-6000 with any questions. Make sure to RSVP with your counselor by May 5th.
Post Prom will be held from 11:00pm-2:30am at the new Middle School. Join us for Food, Prizes, and Laser Tag. There is a signup sheet in the guidance office.
Support our FMHS athletes from the best seats in the house – Try-out for Bloodhound Cheerleading. Try-out practices begin today. See Mrs. Kruse for your try-out packet.
Senior class please check email so you can vote for Prom King/Queen. There is also a sheet on Ms. Kruse desk to vote for Senior Most Awards, as well as, a form to sign up for Senior luncheon. Please remember to vary your votes as there will be one male and one female winner for each of the 29 listings. No one will win more than one category.
Prom tickets will be available soon and at that time you can sign up for the photographer. Tickets will be $15 for a single and $20 for a couple. Remember that if your guest is from another School there is a form to fill out.
Candy bars are here and ready to be sold! Sales go to help support Special Olympic athletes go to state competition in May. Come to room 109 or find a Special Olympic athlete to buy your candy bars.
Students The Daily Democrat is now accepting nominations for the Teacher of the Year Award. Forms are available in the guidance office. Nomination forms must be returned to the guidance office by Friday, May 13th.
Lunch Menu: Cheese Omelet or French Toast; Spinach or Cooks Choice; Mixed Fruit or Apple Slices and Biscuit
Quote of the Day
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
William Butler Yeats