General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- The homecoming parade is fast approaching. If you would like to enter a float in the parade, please fill out this form and return it to Ms. Harter or Ms. Jones in the main office by Tuesday, 9/25/18.
- Homecoming tickets will be on sale starting today from 7:30 to 8:00 AM, and during lunch. The cost per ticket is $10.00.
FMHS Activities @Bloodhounds_AD:
- No activities today.
- There is a sophomore meeting today at 1:45 PM in the MPR. This is for all sophomores. Please plan to attend.
- GSA will have an all-member meeting on Monday in room 202 at 3:30 PM to paint mason jars. Please bring any supplies with you to hel in this adventure.
Volunteer Hours Available:
- The Salvation Army Thrift Store in Ft. Madison is looking for volunteers to help sort and hang clothing, and to do some general cleaning. They need volunteers anytime between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Please contact Kelsey Hardy at (319) 372-1613 for more information.
- A representative from the University of Iowa will be here on Friday during lunch. If you would like to learn more about the Hawkeyes, please stop by their table during your lunch time.
- A representative from Iowa State University will be here on Friday during lunch. If you’d like to learn more about the Cyclones, please visit their table during your lunch time.
- Happy birthday to Daniel Anderson, Alexis Pfeiff, and Aniah Ross.
- Chicken tetrazzini; breadstick; broccoli; watermelon; milk.
- A la Carte line: breakfast bar.
Word of the Day:
- Rudimentary – adjective [roo-duh-men-tuh-ree]
- Involving or limited to basic principles or form. As in: Mr. Kobelt helps students with rudimentary carpentry skills to become expert craftsmen.
This Day in History: 1893 – With the signing of the Electoral Bill by Governor Lord Glasgow, New Zealand becomes the first country in the world to grant national voting rights to women.
Fact of the Day: Passed by Congress in 1919, and ratified in 1920, the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution granted women the right to vote in the United States.
Strange, but True: Edith Wilson was President Wilson’s wife, and his most important ally. When President Wilson was campaigning for the United States to join the League of Nations, he suffered a stroke which left him bedridden. Edith Wilson spent the next year and a half hiding the extent of her husband’s incapacity while basically acting as President when papers and matters came before her.
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For Our Parents: