General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- Anyone interested in a court reporting career is invited to attend a Real Time Reporting Careers informational session this Saturday, 2/17/18 at the DMAAC Newton Campus. To register, please contact Ms. Weisinger at email@example.com
- The Lee County Fair is looking for queen candidates. The 2018 Queen Competition will take place between 7/11/18 and 7/16/18. The queen will be awarded a $500 scholarship. First runner-up and second runner-up will each receive $200 scholarships. If you are interested, please stop by the guidance office for an entry form.
- If you know of someone who is need of an eye exam and/or eye glasses, please direct that individual to Ms. Arnold in the nurse’s office.
- Send a can of “Crush” to your crush all this week for $1. Cans are on sale in the Coffee House before school, and during lunch at he Vice Versa ticket table
FMHS Activities @FMHSActivities:
- Good luck to the girls basketball team this evening in their regional qualifying game. The game will take place in Washington and will start at 7:00 PM.
- Tickets for the Vice Versa Valentine Dance will be on sale before school in the Coffee House, and during lunch at the Vice Versa ticket table.
- The Drama Club will be meeting tomorrow at 3:30 PM in the Little Theatre.
- Happy birthday to Asya Kettle and Madeline Sadler.
- Taco or baked ham w/ dinner roll;
- Black bean & corn salsa and/or sweet potatoes;
- Orange half and/or peaches.
Word of the Day:
- Pique – verb [peak]
- To stimulate interest or curiosity. As in: the scheduling process should pique student interest in courses offered at FMHS.
This Day in History: 1929 – Sir Alexander Fleming, a young bacteriologist, accidentally discovers penicillin, forever changing modern medicine.
Fact of the Day: Penicillin is an antibiotic which fights bacteria in your body. It is used to treat numerous bacterial infections and is on most lists of essential medications.
Black History Month: The hair brush, lawnmower, cellphone, refrigerator, and air conditioner are all products created in part, or whole by African-American inventors.
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For Our Parents: