Daily Announcements for Wednesday, February 1, 2017

General Announcements @FMHighSchool:

  • Students and teachers: please find time in your busy schedules to complete this survey sometime before March 31, 2017.  The input will help our IT department determine the effectiveness of technology in our school.  Thanks!
  • FMHS will be taking Iowa Assessments through Friday.  Testing will begin promptly at 8:15 AM.  A few things to remember:
    • Regular classes will begin at 9:15 AM today;
      • Schedule for today:
        • 8:15-9:10 AM – Iowa Assessments
        • 9:15-9:52 AM – Period 1
        • 9:56-10:33 AM – Period 2
        • 10:37-11:14 AM – Period 3
        • 11:18-11:55 AM – Period 4
        • 11:55 AM-12:20 PM – A Lunch
        • 11:59 AM-12:40 PM – B TST
        • 12:24-1:05 PM – A TST
        • 12:40-1:05 PM – B Lunch
        • 1:09-1:45 PM – Period 5
    • Regular classes will begin at 10:15 tomorrow & Friday.
      • Schedule for tomorrow & Friday:
        • 8:15-10:10 AM – Iowa Assessments
        • 10:15-10:58 – Period 1
        • 11:02-11:45 – Period 2
        • 11:45-12:10 – A Lunch
        • 11:49-12:30 – B TST
        • 12:14-12:55 – A TST
        • 12:30-12:55 – B Lunch
        • 12:59-1:42 – Period 3
        • 1:46-2:29 – Period 4
        • 2:33-3:16 – Period 5
    • Seniors should not report for classes until 9:10 today and 10:10 on Thursday & Friday.
    • If you wish to use a calculator on the math assessment on tomorrow you must provide and bring your own to the assessments.

Activities @FMHSActivities:

  • If you are a male and interested in participating in track, you may sign up in the main office at Ms. Wiseman’s desk.  There will be a meeting on Monday, 2/13/17 in the MPR at 3:30 PM.  Practice will begin on Tuesday, 2/21/17.

Happy UN-Birthday! (Celebrating Summer Birthdays):

  • Happy UN-birthday to Cade Marshall (June 1).

Lunch Menu:

  • Rib patty sandwich or spicy chicken sandwich;
  • Glazed carrots and/or baked beans;
  • Peaches and/or pineapple.

Word of the Day:  Eclipse – noun [ee-clips]

  • The obscuring of one celestial body by another.  As in:
    • A total eclipse of the sun is visible from Earth approximately every 18 months.

This Day in History:  1884 – The Oxford Dictionary, considered the most comprehensive and accurate history of the English language, is published.

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Fact of the Day:   At a whopping 20 volumes it would take one person working eight hours per day approximately 120 years to type all 59 million words in the Oxford Dictionary.

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Quote of the Day:

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Did You Know?  The next opportunity to observe a solar eclipse in the United States will be on August 21, 2017.  A total solar eclipse will be able to be seen in St. Louis, MO on that day.

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Educational Technology:

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For Parents:

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