Daily Announcements –February 23, 2017


Thought of the day: “A problem is a chance for you to do your best” -Duke Ellington


General announcements

8th graders and high school students, for those interested in cheerleading next year, there will be a meeting today at 3:30 pm in the commons. A sign-up sheet and cheer packets will be available in the office.


Track and Field apparel is now available on the Team Shop. If you plan on competing in Track and Field this season be sure to order early. The team shop closes on March 7. Items are available for both High School and Middle School athletes as well as the public. A link can be found on the front of the school website.

The Softball Team Shop is also open through Khaos.  Anyone wanting softball apparel can place an order. Orders are due March 12.


6-8 announcements


Ag fact: What is the average age of farmers?

-The answer to yesterday’s question is a Drove. The winners for yesterday are Meisha Roebuck and Elijah Schumacher. Please see Mrs. Roberts for your prize.


Middle school students, you are invited to the Middle School Dance called "Neon Night" tonight from 7-8:30. Admission is 1 canned food or non-perishable food item for Main Street Ministries.

-6th graders, please bring a 2 liter of soda

-7th graders, please bring a package of cookies

-8th graders, please bring a bag of chips.

9-12 announcements

Ag fact: How many feathers does a mature turkey have?

-The answer to yesterday’s question is a farmer grows crops and a rancher raises livestock.  Yesterday’s winners are Darian Ratzlaff, Alykah Dewees, and Heidi Ryder.  Be sure to see Mrs. Roberts for your prize .


Anyone planning to participate in golf this spring, please sign up on the sheet outside Coach O'Hare's room this week.  He will be making plans for a preseason team meeting sometime next week. Listen for future announcements for details.

State Wrestling at FHSU tomorrow and Saturday. Wrestlers and managers are dismissed today after 8th hour. Bus leaves at 3:15 pm




Today’s Lunch: Hamburger, baked beans, carrots, fresh fruit bar, and milk

Monday’s Breakfast: Blueberry waffle, cereal choice, fresh fruit bar, juice, and milk

Monday’s Lunch: Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, applesauce, and milk

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