Good morning, Edsel Ford! Today is St. Patrick’s Day, or Tuesday, March 17th, and these are your daily announcements.
Students: Remember that Wednesday, March 18th is a late start morning. Students who arrive early on the bus will go directly to the cafeteria. The tardy bell for first hour is 8:25.
There will be a GSA meeting on Thursday, March 19th. Remember that T-shirt money is due! You do not need a t-shirt to participate in Day of Silence. Everyone is welcome.
There will be a Interact Club meeting on Thursday after school in Herr Sedore’s room. Anyone interested in Relay for Life needs to attend this meeting.
The EF Book Club will meet Friday March 20th at 2:25 in the LMC. This month’s book is The Brief History of the Dead. Students involved in vocal/musical competitions – we will see you NEXT month. New members are always welcome!
Thornley Court Club is having a St. Patrick’s Day Bake Sale today by the cafeteria and band hall. Come on down and buy a treat—maybe it will bring you the luck of the Irish!!
Collection of both JV and Varsity Cheer Uniforms and warm-ups will take place tomorrow, March 18th at 2:30 in the cafeteria.
Spanish Honor Society will have a mandatory meeting for all members tomorrow, March 18th at 2:20 in E-7. If you are planning on being inducted in April, you must attend this meeting.
Girls varsity basketball players- uniforms, including all reversible jerseys, will be collected today in the cafeteria right after school.
Attention French NHS Members: There will be a very important meeting today, March 17th in Madame’s room to schedule our visits to Snow school. Please be there.
Senior Party tickets will be on sale during lunch every Wednesday and Friday through March. Get your tickets early!
Today’s lunch will consist of:
Chicken patties on a bun, spicy chicken patties, mashed potatoes and gravy, hamburgers, chicken noodle soup, chicken wrap sandwiches, Caesar salad, Arnold Palmer, Arizona Iced Tea, and cookies.
Now for today’s random fact:
One estimate suggests that there are about ten thousand regular three-leaf clovers for every lucky four-leaf clover. Legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and the fourth for luck.
Thanks for listening, Edsel Ford. Have a happy St. Patrick’s Day!!