General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- The Keokuk Community Fine Art Council’s High School Art Show runs through March 25th at the Keokuk Public Library at 210 North 5th Street. FMHS is being represented by Caleb Ford, Maizzy Huebner, LilliAnna Scott, Taylor Barnes, Alyssa Fincher, Lewis Poetting, Lily Scott, Lauren King, Alonna Wilmot, and Emily Eid. Go and support your FMHS art students.
- Attention seniors: Karl from Jostens will be here tomorrow during lunch with graduation orders. A table will be set up outside of the main office.
- Attention seniors: please submit your senior quotes to Addison Klett. Senior photos were due by 3/1/18. If you have not submitted those, please do so ASAP to Gracie Gobble.
FMHS Activities @FMHSActivities:
- Good luck to the girls track team at the Iowa State Indoor Meet this afternoon. Races start at 3:00 PM.
- There will be a boys golf meeting after school today in room 314.
- Student government will be hosting the Blind Volleyball tournament tomorrow at 6:00 PM in The Hound Dome. The public is welcome to attend the event.
Service Learning Hours Available:
- Lincoln Elementary is is need of help moving chairs in and out of the building on Tuesday, 3/20/18, and Wednesday, 3/21/18. If interested, please contact the Principal, Ms. King, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy March (and June) Birthdays:
- Happy birthday to Jessa Mallory-Barnes and Mr. Joe Kamp.
- Happy belated birthdays to Ms. Carrie Burken on March 9, and Ms. Andrea Crooks on June 5. Apologies for the omissions.
- Happy birthday on June 12 to Zachariah Raines and Ms. Susan Menke.
- Chicken alfredo or hamburger;
- Broccoli and/or tomato slices;
- Tropical fruit and/or pears.
Word of the Day:
- Yearn – verb [yurn]
- To have an intense feeling of longing for something, typically something that one has lost or been separated from. As in: the granddaughter yearned for her deceased grandmother.
This Day in History: 1933 – Eight days after his inauguration, President Franklin D. Roosevelt gives his first national radio address, or “fireside chat.” It is broadcast directly from the White House.
Fact of the Day: Journalist Robert Trout coined the phrase “fireside chat” to describe President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s radio addresses, hoping to invoke an image of a president sitting by a fire in a living room, speaking earnestly to the American people about his hopes and dreams for the nation. In fact, Roosevelt took great care to make sure each address was accessible and understandable to ordinary Americans, regardless of their level of education. He used simple vocabulary and relied on folksy anecdotes or analogies to explain the often complex issues facing the country.
#StrangeButTrue: Today’s smartphones have more computing power than NASA used for the first moon landing.
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For Our Parents: