General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- If you were sent a calendar invite for a makeup MAP test you are expected in the LMC for the test on the date and period you were assigned. Please be sure to have a charged chromebook for the test(s). Monday’s makeup tests have been moved to Thursday.
- Homecoming dress-up days are as follows:
- Tuesday – beach day
- Wednesday – cancer awareness day
- Thursday – American day
- Friday – spirit day
- DECA will have a meeting Thursday at 7:00 AM in room 205. All DECA members are encouraged to attend and find out the great things going on with DECA. Anyone interested in DECA or who have a question should see Ms. Weisinger.
- Sophomores – your class is struggling to find the twenty chaperones that will be necessary for the Homecoming dance to occur. You are encouraged to kindly ask your parents or family members to help your cause and volunteer as a chaperone. If chaperones cannot be found, the homecoming dance may be cancelled.
- Photo retakes have been scheduled for Wednesday, October 19th.
College Visit Opportunities:
Kirkwood Community College will have a representative at lunch tomorrow. If you would like to learn more about KCC please stop by their table and chat with them.
- Monmouth College will have a representative here tomorrow at 1:45 PM in the guidance office. If you’d like to hear more about Monmouth College, stop by guidance to make an appointment.
FMHS Activities @FMHSActivities
- Good luck to the cross country team as they travel to Washington this afternoon to partake in the Washington Invitational.
- Best of luck to the volleyball teams as they trek north to take on the Bulldogs of Mediapolis this evening.
- Happy birthday to Blake Schrepfer.
- Chicken nuggets or salisbury steak;
- Mashed potatoes or winter vegetable blend;
- Mandarin oranges or peaches;
- Dinner roll.
This Day in History (TDIH): 1920 – Eight Chicago White Sox players, infamously known as “The Black Sox” are charged with fixing the 1919 World Series.
Fact of the Day (FOTD): “Shoeless Joe” Jackson was one of the eight White Sox players alleged to have fixed the 1919 World Series. He maintained his innocence until his death. He currently has the third highest batting average in MLB history at .356. He is not in the hall of fame due to his alleged involvement in the scandal.
Quote of the Day (QOTD):
Digital Citizenship of The Day: Are you a 21st Century learner?