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Morning News, Tuesday, June 12
Posted 06/12/2018 07:43AM

Daily Announcements

June 12, 2018

Today is Day 6


The rotation for today is:

HR-C-D-F-G-E-DS-A-B

TUESDAY – THURSDAY  DIRECTED STUDY ROTATION  SCHEDULE


Today’s lunch is:

Nachos

Meat, Cheese, Rice, Beans, Salsa

Choice of Fruit


TODAY  IN HISTORY

  • England installs in 1665 a municipal government in New York City

  • British General Thomas Gage declares Martial Law in Massachusetts in 1775

  • The Virginia Declaration of Rights is accepted in 1776

  • The Baseball Hall of Fame opens in 1939

  • Anne Frank receives in 1942 for her thirteenth birthday a diary

  • Nelson Mandela is sentenced in 1964 to life in prison

  • The human-powered airplane Gossamer Albatross  crosses the English Channel in 1979

  • President Reagan, standing at the Brandenburg Gate in 1987, publicly challenges the USSR to tear down the Berlin Wall.


NOTABLE  BIRTHS

  • Cosimo de’Medici, Duke of Tuscany    (1519)

  • John Roebling, built the Brooklyn Bridge   (1806)

  • Otto Skorzeny, the first commando    (1908)

  • George H.W. Bush, 41st POTUS   (1924)

  • Anne Frank, diarist & Holocaust victim   (1929)

  • Jim Nabors, actor   (1930)


McGEE NOTABLE  BIRTHS

  • Victoria Turcotte


TODAY’S  HOLIDAYS

  • World Day Against Child Labor


BAND

Tuesday and Wednesday after school:

Anyone playing the buckets for Junkyard jam (Berlin Fair)


Thursday's Directed Study:

All select students playing for graduation AND

all bucket players for Junkyard Jam.


CHROMEBOOKS

Please note that Chromebooks will be collected in your science classes as follows - please make sure that you have a charged Chromebook, in its case, and your charger ready to turn in to avoid a cost.

Grade 8 – 6/15/18

Grade 7 – 6/18/18

Grade 8 – 6/19/18

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