Friday, August 26, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Student Announcements   




Fresh Apple

Diced Pears

Snicker Doodle Cookie


Lunch Workers for August 24-26: Nathan Hankins, Ava Pullins, Abigail Doepken, Marty Fink


X-Country Running starts August 30th! Please stop by the FRONT office counter to get your registration packet to take home.  If you circle all sports you might be interested in participating in, you will only have to submit this form once all year.  The season runs until to Sept. 28th, 3:15-4:15, Tues, Wed. & Thurs. and have your ride pre-arranged.  Please pay your fee no later than the first practice. See you there!


Parents!  (you will be able to do so in a few days) To check balance on your child’s food service account:

Log into Powerschool

Click on lunch and fees

Click on Lunch planner

WORD OF THE DAY:   camouflage n., v. Definition: 1. a. the act or technique of disguising elements of a military installation so as not to be detectable, esp. by enemy aircraft. b. the constructing of decoy objects that from a distance give the appearance of a military installation. 2. concealment by some means that alters or obscures the appearance. 3. a device or stratagem used for concealment. 4. clothing made of fabric with a mottled design, usu. green and brown, like that of military camouflage materials. Example: The hunters must camouflage themselves so that the animals will not recognize them. Synonyms: cover, disguise

INTERESTING FACT:   The pupils of cats’ eyes change to control the amount of light that enters the eye. They narrow to tiny slits in bright sunlight, but widen to large orbs when it is dark. That is why cats see so well in the dark. In addition, there is an area behind the retina that reflects light and that is why cats’ eyes appear to glow in the dark. What you are seeing is merely a reflection of what light there is and not the cat’s eyes glowing. A cat’s eyes will not glow in total darkness because there is no light for them to reflect.


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