Edsel Ford High School

Daily Bulletin: May 18, 2010

EF Report

Tuesday May 18, 2010

Students who did NOT receive their scores from the Plan or Explorer need to come to the Main Office to pick them up.

Yearbooks will be distributed as follows:

            Seniors – May 24th

            Juniors – May 25th

            Sophomores – May 26th

            Freshman – May 27th

Underclassmen books can be picked up after school only. Seniors may come before or after school. Your ID’s are required.

Teens for Christ will have a meeting on Thursday, May 20th, in Room A2. We will be doing elections, so make sure you’re there!

This Thursday the 20th the Islamic Club will be meeting for the last time in A1 after school.

There will be a Spanish NHS meeting Tuesday, May18th after school. We will vote and check in Whitmore Bolles lesson plans. This meeting will be mandatory for all members.

There will be a meeting for newly elected officers for the Class of 2012 in C-3 immediately after school this Thursday.

Do you like Rihanna and Kesha? The Freshman Student Council is having a raffle and the prize is a trip for you and a friend to see “The Last Girl on Earth Tour” starring Rihanna and Kesha! Raffle tickets are $2.00 each and will be sold at BOTH lunches. Also see class officers Gregory Samuel or Jeff Williams for tickets!

Students of Class of 2011 senior shirts will now be sold at both A & B lunches, until Wednesday May 19th. The costs of shirts are $10. 


Girls Varsity tennis is away at WWAC Division meet

Girls Varsity Track is away at Fordson at 3:30

Boys Varsity Track is away at Fordson at 3:30

Congratulations to the class of 2012 election winners: President Alyssa Eizak, V.P. Taylor Kerrigan, Secretary Katie Bejster, Treasurer Meaghan Sample, and for Representatives Jerre Spicer & Taylor Rios. Also congrats to the student council winners: President Malek Hammoud, V.P. Fatima Hamadi, Secretary Alyssa Girardi, and Treasurer Chelsea Ravasani.

Today’s lunch is spicy chicken patties, chicken patties, mashed potatoes and gravy, and vanilla pudding.

Today’s random fact is only one person in two billion will live to be 116 or older.