Edsel Ford High School

Daily Bulletin: February 18, 2010

EF Report

Monday February ,18 2010

ATTENTION: 9th, 10th, and 11th graders, keep your eyes on the future! There will be a FREE practice ACT at EFHS on Saturday February 20th from 9am-1am. Many of our seniors have expressed that they have gained insight and endurance after taking the Practice ACT, so please don’t pass up this phenomenal opportunity!

Tickets for the Black and White Dance will be on sale at both lunches. Tickets will be on sale for $10. The dance will be held on February 19 from 7-10 pm. ID’s required. Please do not wear jeans and/or gym shoes to the black and white dance. This is a semi-formal dance and we expect you to dress accordingly.

Men are still needed for the play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. If you are interested in auditioning, see Mrs. Hurst in A3 TODAY!

The Edsel Ford Girls Basketball program was able to raise $900 in its 3rd annual “Coaches vs. Cancer” game. Thank you to all of those who contributed.

Seniors: if you did not fill out a green diploma order slip, please stop by the office as soon as possible. This must be filled out to get your diploma!

The deadline for sales of the cheaper rate for tickets for the Senior Class party on June 4th is extended to February 19th! The Senior Party Committee will be selling Senior Party tickets in the Edsel cafeteria on February 19 for only $35! The senior Party will be held at the Dearborn Health and Racquet Club from 8:30pm to 3:00 am on June 4, following your 2010 graduation ceremony! The party will feature: dozens of games, activities, sports, swimming dancing, a hypnotist, fortunes tellers. Henna tattoos, hair stylists, manicurists, food, an ice cream sundae bar, photo, prizes, and a special video for the seniors. Seniors, plan to attend and enjoy your final event together at the discount ticket rate of $35. Tickets after February 19 will be $50, so make plans now!

Today’s lunch is:

Quesadillas, and Spanish rice

Random Fact of the Day: Henry Ford produced the model T only in black because the black paint available at the time was the fastest to dry.