Edsel Ford High School

Daily Bulletin: October 30, 2009

Today is October 30th, 2009 and these are your daily announcements.


Edsel will host the first round of football playoffs today against Inkster at 7 PM. Tickets will be sold during your lunch period. Tickets are $5. No passes will be accepted.


STATE CHAMPS! High School Sport Show will be at the Edsel Ford vs. Inkster-Division 2 Pre-District football game at Edsel Ford today! Highlights of the game will be on Saturday, October 31st at 11:30am on MY TV20 Detroit. The show will re-air throughout the week on Comcast Television (channel digital 900) starting Monday, November 2nd at 6:30pm.


Anyone interested in playing Ice Hockey will need to attend an informational meeting on Monday, Nov. 2nd at 6pm in the Edsel Ford cafeteria. You will need a completed physical form on file before try outs. Try outs will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd from 1 to 2:30pm. If you have and questions, please see Mr. Picano.


9th and 10th grade girls looking to try out for the JV Basketball competitive cheer; the tryouts will be held on the following dates:

            Monday, Nov. 2nd 2:30-5:30pm

            Tuesday, Nov. 3rd 2:30-5:30pm

            Wednesday, Nov. 4th 6:30-7:30pm

            Friday, Nov. 6th (final tryout) 7:00pm

All tryouts will be held in the cafeteria.


Attention all field hockey players! Uniform collection will be held after school on Wednesday, November 4th in the cafeteria.


Today’s T-Bird sports are:

Boys Varsity Football home against Inkster @ 7pm

Saturdays T-Bird sports are:

            Boys Varsity Cross Country away for regionals (time TBA)

            Girls Varsity Cross Country away for regionals (time TBA)

            Girls Varsity Volleyball away for WWAC Tournament (time TBA)


Today’s lunch is: fish sandwich, au gratin potatoes, cinnamon bread, peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate and caramel apples.


The Random fact of the day: The blue whale can produce sounds up to 188 decibels. This is the loudest sound produced by a living animal and has been detected as far away as 530 miles.


Thanks for listening Edsel Ford and have a great day!