General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- Congratulations to Bryanna Swyter. She has won the IHSBA Reading promotion in the library this week.
- Burlington High School is holding their 29th Annual Dragon Boat Races in May. The team deadline for registration is this Friday. Students and staff who might be interested in this event can stop by the guidance office for more information.
- Student government will be selling gold coins during lunch today through Thursday for St. Patrick’s Day. Delivery will occur on Friday. Gold coins can be purchased in the MPR during lunch.
- The Keokuk Fine Arts Council is hosting their annual high school art show in the Round Room at the Keokuk Library. Congratulations to the following FMHS students, who were awarded 3rd place in the following categories:
- Watercolor: Johnny Specht.
- 3-Dimensional: Olivia Williams.
- Drawing: Chyanne Loffler.
- Other FMHS students exhibiting work in the Round Room are: Cortnee LeMoyne; Kaela Baker; Alexis Sommers; Cameron Kempker; Jillian Wiseman, Carlee Keenan; and Catarina Rogers.
- Applications have been opened for the construction, welding, and 12 Plus programs for next school year. Students should check their emails or pick up an application in the counseling office if you are interested. Applications are due in the counseling office by Monday, 4/3/17 if a student will be considered for one of these programs.
- Student government will be hosting the 2nd annual blind volleyball tournament today at 6:00 PM. The cost to participate is $30.00 per team. Students in grades 7-12 and adults are welcome to play. Get your team together and come out for some fun. A prize will be awarded to the 1st place team. Sign-up sheets are available in the guidance office through Ms. Harter or in the main office through Ms. Jones.
- Karl Stern from Jostens will be here today during lunch to pass out graduation materials to senior students.
- Students and teachers: please find time in your busy schedules to complete this survey sometime before 3/31/17. The input will help our IT department determine the effectiveness of technology in our school. Thanks!
- Spring sports are getting underway. It’s not too late to get involved. Contact Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Wiseman in the office if you are interested in participating in a spring sport and need contact information.
Volunteer Hours Available:
- Student volunteers are needed for the elementary school carnival on Saturday, 4/8/17. Please email Ms. Shelly Hoenig at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping out.
- Happy birthday to Amber Dilsaver.
Happy UN-Birthday! (Celebrating Summer Birthdays)
- Happy un-birthday to Evyn Gully (July 14).
- Corn and/or celery sticks;
- Pears and/or fruit cocktail;
Word of the Day: Plagiarism – noun [play-juh-rism]
- Taking credit for something that isn’t yours . As in:
- The student was accused of plagiarism on her research paper.
This Day in History: 1879 – Albert Enistein is born in Ulm, Germany. Einstein’s theories would alter man’s view of the universe and his work in particle and energy theory would ultimately make possible the atomic bomb.
Fact of the Day: Einstein used his fame to speak out against militarism and war in the early 1930s. This would make him an unpopular figure in his native Germany. When Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, Einstein renounced his German citizenship and he fled to the United States, becoming a citizen in 1940.
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Did You Know? In England, the Speaker of the House is not allowed to speak.