General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- Any student wanting to audition for the marching band color guard may attend rehearsals this week from Monday to Thursday at the FMMS gym from 7:00 to 7:45 AM, and/or at the FMHS MPR from 3:20 to 4:20 PM. Please see Mr. Madsen in the band room with any questions.
- All library books and media equipment are due back by Friday. Seniors should settle all accounts as soon as possible.
- Show choir auditions will take place this week. Anyone interested in attending should contact Mr. Stoddard in person or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional audition material and information is available in the choir room. Auditions are open to anyone entering grades 9-12. The choir program would love to have you and hope you audition.
- Though it is not too late to order your yearbook for this year, it IS too late to order yearbooks with any extras, including name stamps, icons, year in review, etc. You may no longer order yearbooks online. If you need a form, please see the pocket on the bulletin board near room 303. All orders are due by 5/30/18.
FMHS Activities @FMHSActivities:
- Good luck to the boys soccer team this evening as they host the Bears of Danville at the Baxter Sports Complex. Games start at 5:30 PM.
- There will be an all-member GSA Club meeting today at 3:30 PM. Please meet in the wrestling room. Wear comfortable clothes, as the meeting will be in the form of a self-defense class.
- Congratulations to the 2018/2019 Key Club board members:
- President – Corrine Keenan
- Vice President – Taylor-Ann McGee
- Secretary – Raven Harriott
- Treasurer – Nathaniel Harter
- Editor – Zina Johnstun
- Thank you to the outgoing senior board members: Sally Johnstun, Mercedee Doty, and Maddie Sadler. You make us proud!
- Happy birthday to Justin Bowker, Dylan Estrada and Alexis Sullivan,
- Happy birthday on August 14 to Ms. Barb Peterman.
- Popcorn chicken on pizza burger;
- California-blend vegetables and/or sweet potato fries;
- Strawberries and/or blueberries.
Word of the Day:
- Fauna – verb [ed-ih-fye]
- The animals of a particular region, habitat, or geological period. As in: she was studying the flora and fauna of the Guatemalan rainforest.
This Day in History: 1904 – The Third Olympiad of the modern era, and the first Olympic Games to be held in the United States, opens in St. Louis, Missouri.
Fact of the Day: The 1904 Olympic Games were originally awarded to Chicago, Illinois, but were later given to St. Louis, Missouri to be staged in connection with the St. Louis World Exposition. Like the Second Olympiad, held in Paris in 1900, the St. Louis Games were poorly organized and managed, and were far overshadowed by the world’s fair.
#StrangeButTrue: The word gymnasium is derived from the Greek word gymnos, which actually means “naked.” Why, you ask? Competitors in ancient Olympiads competed in the nude. Their bodies were symbols of eternal beauty, manifesting the symbiosis of the body and the soul.
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For Our Parents: