General Announcements @FMHighSchool:
- 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:
- No activities today.
- Robotics will be selling Homecoming Howlers at lunch this week. Send a fun joke to a friend for just $0.50 .
- Key Club will be painting faces for Spirit Day on Friday before school and during lunch in the MPR. For just $1.00 you can get a Bloodhound makeover just in time for the festivities.
- There will be a DECA meeting on Tuesday during TST B (12:15 PM) in room 402. Members will receive prep materials for districts. Please contact Ms. Weisinger at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- A representative from Iowa Wesleyan will be here tomorrow during lunch. If you would like to learn more about Tigers, please stop by their table during your lunch time.
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.
- Happy birthday to Matthew Hopper and Ms. Trisha Hager.
- Salad w/ chicken; strawberries; cheese stick; crackers; Mandarin oranges; milk.
Word of the Day:
- Wallow – verb [wall-oh]
- Indulge in something in an unrestrained way. As in: the family wallowed in the luxury of their hotel room.
This Day in History: 1960 – Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon face each other in the first nationally-televised presidential campaign debate.
Fact of the Day: During the first nationally-televised presidential debate, John F. Kennedy was well-groomed and confident in his answers. Richard Nixon, recovering from a bad knee injury and the flu, looked haggard and out of character. Kennedy clearly “won” the debate, despite politicians reporting Nixon’s answers were more substantive, meaning television viewers based their impressions of the candidates as much on how they looked as in what they said.
Strange, but True: The first nationally-televised presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon went so poorly for Nixon that for the next 16 years, general election candidates avoided televised debates.
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