General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- The homecoming parade is Thursday. 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 tomorrow.
- Homecoming tickets are on sale from 7:30 to 8:00 AM, and during lunch. The cost per ticket is $10.00.
- Pack in Pink (FMHS support for the fight against breast cancer) is coming on Friday, 10/12/18. Shirt order forms have been distributed to all period 2 classrooms, but if you still need a form, please stop in the band room or print a form from this link. Shirts are $10.00 with all profits being donated for research. T-shirt order forms will be due on Monday, 10/1/18. Please turn them into Mr. Madsen or an NHS member.
FMHS Activities @Bloodhounds_AD:
- Good luck to the JV football team this evening at West Hancock. Game time is 6:00 PM.
- GSA will have an all-member meeting today in room 202 at 3:30 PM to paint mason jars. Please bring any supplies with you to help in this adventure.
Volunteer Hours Available:
- Fort Madison Middle School is in need of individuals who would be willing to assist younger students in their academic needs. You can receive service hours, or credits if the assistance fits into your schedule without affecting your graduation requirements. Please contact Mr. Dirth at email@example.com with any questions.
- A representative from Iowa State University will be here today during lunch. If you’d like to learn more about the Cyclones, please visit their table during your lunch time.
- Happy birthday from Saturday to Kyndon Boatman, Makenzy Gilpin, and David Greenwald.
- Happy birthday from Sunday to Aysia Franck.
- Happy birthday to Roger Jones and Shyann Jones.
- Omelet, pancakes; potato wedges; milk.
Word of the Day:
- Ulterior – adjective [ull-tear-ee-ur]
- Existing beyond what is obvious or admitted; intentionally hidden. As in: there was an ulterior motive behind the man’s request.
This Day in History: 1789 – The Judiciary Act is passed by Congress and signed by George Washington, establishing the Supreme Court of the United States.
Fact of the Day: The U.S. Supreme Court was established by Article 3 of the US Constitution. The Constitution granted the Supreme Court ultimate jurisdiction over all laws, especially those in which their constitutionality was at issue. On February 1, 1790, the first session of the Supreme Court was held in New York City’s Royal Exchange Building.
Strange, but True: Despite being the highest-ranking court in the United States’ legal system, the Supreme Court did not have its own building until 1935, a full 146 years after it was formed!
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