Morning News, Wednesday, November 15
Posted 11/15/2017 07:45AM
November 15, 2017
Today is Day 3
The rotation for today is:
NORMAL ROTATION EARLY DISMISSAL SCHEDULE
Today’s lunch is:
Breakfast will be served at the usual time.
HR 7:35 - 7:40
A 7:43 - 8:14
B 8:17 - 8:48
C 8:51 - 9:22
D 9:25 – 9:56
E 9:59 - 10:30
F 10:33 – 11:04
G 11:07 - 11:40
TODAY IN HISTORY
The Continental Congress approves the Articles of Confederation in 1777
Georgetown University opens in 1791
In 1806, Lieutenant Zebulon Pike sights what will later be named Pike’s Peak.
The NBC Radio Network opens in 1926
Franklin Delano Roosevelt lays the cornerstone of the Jefferson Memorial in 1939
In 1969, Dave Thomas opens the first Wendy’s restaurant
In 1971, Intel released the first single-chip microprocessor
Space Shuttle Atlantis launches in 1990
McGEE NOTABLE BIRTHS
William Pitt, Prime Minister of England (1708)
William Herschel, astronomer (1738)
Justice Felix Frankfurter, USSC Justice (1882)
Averell Harriman, diplomat & Cabinet Secretary (1891)
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, German general (1891)
Mantovanni, composer (1905)
Curtis LeMay, USAF General (1906)
Claus von Stauffenberg, German hero (1907)
Judge Joe Wapner, jurist (1919)
Howard Baker, Presidential advisor (1925)
C.W. McCall, musician (1928)
Ed Asner, actor (1929)
J.G. Ballard, author [Empire of the Sun] (1930)
Yaphet Kotto, actor (1937)
Sam Watterston, actor (1940)
America Recycles Day (US)
King’s Feast (Belgium)
Shichi Go San (Japan)
Attention Northern Region Choral Students, pick up you informational packets in the choral room. Bring your registration form and money to Mrs. Terlecky by November 17th.
All students that were absent for the mile run need to do the make up THURSDAY during directed study. Please speak with a physical education teacher for a pass.
All students with a Samsung Chromebook will be getting a new device. Please bring Mrs. Kulpa your Samsung Chromebook, charger, and case to exchange it for your new device.
Tuesday; 7th & 8th Grade Girls in the Auditorium
Thursday: 7th & 8th Grade Boys in the Auditorium
Winter Concert Chimers will practice after school on Tuesday and Thursday until late bus
Minecraft GREEN will meet after school on Thursday. Please make sure you know how you are getting home.
The Library Volunteer Club will meet Thursday after school until the late bus.
Rubik's Cube Club will meet tomorrow after school until late bus in room 122.
School Store will be open This Friday during all lunch waves. You can use cash or gotcha tickets.
If you have not turned in your Cross Country Uniform or Warm Ups, please turn them in by Friday to Mr. Dix in 114.
Student Council will be hosting a sock drive for homeless shelters. We will be collecting socks of all sizes each morning beginning today, November 15th through next Wednesday, November 22nd. If you can, please help those that are less fortunate as the weather gets colder! We'll be collecting in the first floor lobby each morning during homeroom. Thank you!
Did you know?? Cancer treatment may last years and can cost millions of dollar per patient.
Support children with cancer by donating to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital on Tuesday November 21st! Wear a hat/bring a dollar/get a stamp. On November 21st, come to the table by the elevator on the first floor to make your donation to Hat Day for St.Jude’s!
BAND / CHORUS
This weeks music directed studies:
TUESDAY: BAND~ 7th grade band
CHORUS~ 7th & 8th grade Girls (auditorium)
THURSDAY: BAND~ 8th grade band
CHORUS~ 7th & 8th grade Boys (auditorium)
After school Band Buddies:
TUESDAY & THURSDAY only this week.
Any Band kids that need extra help, and ALL regional students.
Girls interested in trying out for basketball MUST sign up and have ALL required paperwork completed prior to Nov 27. Try-outs will begin on Monday, 11/27 from 2:30-4:00PM, and continue on Thursday, 11/30 and Friday, 12/1 from 2:30-4:00. No student may try out without required forms completed AND an up to date physical.
Please speak with Ms. Cooper in room 215 should you have any questions.
Thank you to all of those faculty, staff, and students who participated in "Operation Bundle Up," our annual coat drive this season. Tomorrow is your last chance to donate your gently used or new coats to Mrs. Botticello's room 122.
Our annual infant supply and toy drive to support the Connecticut Children's Medical Center begins tomorrow. New unwrapped toys and supplies for infants through teenagers are being collected in Mrs. Botticello's room. The toy drive will run from now through mid December.