Friday March 26th, 2010
The Sponge pictures are in! If you would like to get your pictures then see Scott Werth ASAP.
Report cards will be distributed in your 6th hr today. If you do not have a 6th hr class, please stop by the main office to pick yours up.
Link Crew applications are now available in the main office, counseling office, and from Mrs. McAuliff. They are due NO LATER then April 23rd. If you are a current Link Crew leader you must reapply.
There will be a mandatory meeting for all present 10th &11th graders who are duel enrolling next fall. The meeting will be held on Tuesday march 30th at 6:30pm after parent conferences.
All seniors in French NHS must turn in their cord money to Mrs. Katzman by April 1st. Cords are $13.
The class of 2013 is having a Guest Griller fundraiser at Mongolian BBQ Thursday April 1st, from 5-9pm tickets are $25 sold at both lunches.
If you turned in pictures for baby or buddy ads, you may pick them up in room E-12 anytime between classes or before school. This year’s yearbook is completed, but it is not too late to order your copy. There are not many more available. In fact, there are no blue covers left to order. Don’t wait until the price goes up to $85 when the books come in, order yours TODAY!
To All Juniors:
The University of Michigan – Dearborn is offering an entrepreneurship academy for three juniors from Edsel Ford. Edsel Academy is a two week competition that promotes entrepreneurship, while enhancing teamwork, and financial literacy. Students will be brought together for a chance to compete for various scholarship prizes. Each student will walk away with at least a $500 scholarship, among completion of the program, to any college of their choice. Competition winners can earn up to $1500 each in scholarships. Edsel Ford students won the competition two years ago. If any juniors are interested, please see Mr. Baydoun in the counseling office.
To All Seniors:
Henry Ford Community College is offering 12 $1,000 scholarships to seniors from Edsel Ford who will be attending HFCC next year. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA to be eligible. Also, HFCC is offering two Board of Trustees’ Scholarships to two seniors who possess outstanding academic records and are not receiving the Michigan Competitive Scholarship. These scholarships cover the cost of tuition and are available for four semesters, or 62 hours.
Today’s lunch is grilled cheese, tomato soup, and sliced potatoes.
Random Fact of the Day: The most dangerous animal in the world is the mosquito—killing an estimated 2 to 3 million people each year mainly from the viruses they spread. So remember to wear your bug repellent this summer!