Morning News, Tuesday, May 8
Posted 05/08/2018 07:34AM
May 8, 2018
Today is Day 6
The rotation for today is:
SPECIAL SBAC TESTING ROTATION SCHEDULE
Today’s lunch is:
Meat, Cheese, Rice, Corn, Beans, Salsa
Choice of Fruit
TODAY IN HISTORY
Hernando de Soto reaches in 1541 the Mississippi River and names it Río de Espíritu Santo
Pharmacist John Pemberton sells in 1886 a carbonated patent medicine called Coca Cola
Paramount Pictures is founded in 1912
The German surrender of May 7, 1945 is accepted and V-E Day is celebrated
The first steel rollercoaster with a loop opens in 1976
Father Miguel Hidalgo, Mexican revolutionary (1753)
Harry S. Truman, 33rd POTUS (1884)
Don Rickles, comedian (1926)
Ricky Nelson, musician (1940)
Toni Tennille, musician (1940)
Stephen Furst, actor (1954)
McGEE NOTABLE BIRTHS
(No McGee birthdays listed for today)
Miguel Hidalgo’s Birthday (Mexico)
Day of Remembrance for WW2
Truman Day (Missouri)
Victory in Europe Day
Red Cross / Red Crescent Day
Directed Study Chorus
Monday – 7&8 Gr. Boys
Wednesday - 8 Gr. Girls
Thursday - 7 Gr. Girls
Friday - Can't Fight This Feeling Instrumental Group
The Color Guard will practice this week:
Tuesday-6th grade during Directed Study
Wednesday- everyone 2:20-3:00pm
Please meet in the band room!
The Creative Lego Club will meet after school in the cafeteria on Wednesday.
The Card Club will meet after school in the cafeteria on Wednesday.
The Drawing Club will meet after school in the cafeteria on Wednesday.
Directed study band:
Wednesday: 8th grade band on stage
Thursday: 7th grade band on stage
**Extra help sessions after school Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Band concert is this Thursday. Report on stage at 6:00!!
The McGee Baseball team beat East Hampton by the score of 11-1. Pitching well for McGee were Ryan Hines, Garrett Fallon and Jon D'Amore. Jamie Palmese led the team on defense. Swinging the bat well for the Spartans were: Kasey Ouellette, Jon D'Amore, Michael Lukaszewski, Kyle Hyde and Garrett Fallon. Ralph went 0 for 1.
The McGee Softball Team lost to East Hampton yesterday by a score of 12-11. Kailee DeMaio led the offense with 4 hits, while Hailee Wieczorek and Rylee Cop had 3 hits apiece. Mary Cofrancesco had two doubles to go with some nice plays on defense.