Thursday, May 23, 2019
Ben Franklin's Daily Announcements
Today is Thursday, May 23rd– it is a “C” day. Friday will be a “D” day.
Remember Wildcats: Tomorrow night is our last SkateCity Spotlight Skate night of the year. It’s from 8-11pm and coupons are in the team centers or in the main office.
Attention all students: All FPS Middle School Students are invited to MIDDLE SCHOOL TECH CAMP. The camp is June 11th and 12th at CBE. See the posters around the school or stop in the main office for more information.
Attention runners: There are signs around the school with information about summer running. Running is a great way to stay in shape for fall sports and all are welcome to come when you can.
Girls basketball and volleyball players: We have information in the main office about summer camp opportunities for North High. Stop in the main office if you are interested.
Congratulations to all of this week’s Student of the Week nominees! The winners were drawn and they are: Grayce Anderson for 6th grade, Daniel Groves for 7th grade, and Ashley Gabbert for 8th grade. Congratulations to you three and all those nominated! Please stop in the main office to collect your prizes.
Ralph Ellison was the African-American novelist who wrote the book Invisible Man. Listen to his words: America is woven of many strands . . . Our fate is to become one and yet many. That's an interesting phrase: "one and yet many." Let's think about that. We live in one nation, yet we have many states. We have one student body here at school, yet we have many different kinds of students. The Yugoslavians once said: Even the fingers on one's hands are not alike. Today, focus on what we have in common while honoring what's different! With something to think about, this is Mr. Martin Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.