Good morning, Edsel Ford! Today is Wednesday, February 18th, and these are your daily announcements.
Spanish NHS will have a mandatory meeting today at 2:20 in E-7. The meeting is for members who signed up for the Whitmore Bolles class on Friday of next week. Also, remember that induction forms and money for cords are due by the 27th.
Attention all field hockey players: any underclassman that is interested in attending Sauk Valley field hockey camp at the end of July, please see Lauren Vallee ASAP for information.
There will be a Teens for Christ meeting today in room A2.
The First Black and White Dance will be held on Friday the 27th. Tickets will be sold at both lunches for only 7 dollars. They will only be on sale until February 25th so make sure to BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY!!
Girls soccer tryouts will be held on March 9th and a timed three mile run will be completed. In order to be prepared for tryouts and the season, conditioning will be after school Monday through Thursday. It is very important that you attend.
There will be an Islamic Club meeting today with a great guest speaker. Everyone is welcome.
Reminder to all athletes: you must have a sports physical on file to try out for spring sports.
Applications for Juniors who would like to be a member of the EF Report Crew are available in the Library Media Center throughout February.
This year’s Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7-10 pm. Guest Passes and ID’s will be required at the door. Tickets will be sold throughout the month of February at both lunches by class officers: $40 per couple and $25 for singles. Guest pass applications are now available in the student office. Your completed guest pass must be turned in to the student office no later than March 6th—NO EXCEPTIONS!
If you owe a fine or have been suspended in or out of school for any reason during the second semester, you will not be allowed to attend the Sponge Dance.
Now for today’s sports:
Boys’ wrestling will be away for districts against John Glenn at 5:30
Today’s lunch will consist of:
Spaghetti with meat sauce, hamburgers, crazy bread, cream of broccoli soup, Greek salad, spicy fries, cheese rolls, chicken wraps, Tuna subs, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, and cheese sticks
And now for today’s random fact:
Mailing an entire building has been illegal in the U.S. since 1916 when a man mailed a 40,000-ton brick house across Utah to avoid high freight rates.
Thanks for listening, Edsel Ford. Have a great day!