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Morning Announcements 4-16-18

posted Apr 16, 2018, 4:34 AM by Deborah Roberts   [ updated Apr 16, 2018, 4:35 AM ]

April 16, 2018

On this day in 1940, the Cleveland Indians’ Bob Feller pitches his first no-hitter. He went on to throw two more no-hitters in his career; only two other pitchers in baseball history have recorded more no-hitters: Nolan Ryan (7) and Sandy Koufax (4).  Feller, who grew up playing catch with his father on his family’s farm in Iowa, made his major league debut at just 17 years old with the Cleveland Indians on July 19, 1936. His overpowering fastball quickly established him as a strikeout king. In September of his rookie year, in a game against the Philadelphia Athletics, he struck out 17 batters. On October 2, 1938, in a game against the Detroit Tigers, the “Heater from Van Meter” struck out 18 players and set a major league record for strikeouts in a single, nine-inning game.  How will you contribute to history? Make it a great day… or not. The choice is yours.



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Today’s MM is 1

Tomorrow will be 2O

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Prom tickets are now on sale during ALL lunches! Prom Tickets are $40.00 and will be sold separately from POST PROM tickets. Please make sure you do not have a check written with funds that have Prom and Post Prom together otherwise it will not be accepted!

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Attention Seniors who are going to Prom and have not received your ticket in Government classes: Your free Prom Ticket will be ready for pick up TODAY AFTER SCHOOL outside room 101. If you are unable to pick up your ticket then, stop by Tuesday-Friday during Midlo Morning in room 101. You will not be given your Prom Ticket if you have not paid your SENIOR DUES.

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Spirit Night @ Chick-fil-A Westchester

Tuesday April 17th   5-8pm

Support Midlothian HS - Bring Cash for the Spin

Wheel. Mention "Midlothian" to the Cashier. Dine-in,

Carryout and Drive-thru orders apply.


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Today is the last day for Trojan Nations applications.  Pick up an application in the main office.

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Our girls' lacrosse teams are hosting a Which Wich night at Westchester tomorrow, April 17th from 5-8pm.  A portion of all proceeds will go to support the Midlothian HS girls' lacrosse teams. So join us for a night of wicked good sandwiches, shakes and more.  Remember to tell them you’re there to support our girls' lacrosse teams.

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(Niko) Salvete Omnes!  It’s Latin Week and to celebrate we will be sharing a bit of classical humor with you each day.  Hey Alex, how did Constantine split the Roman Empire?

(Alex)  I don’t know, Niko, how did Constantine split the Roman Empire?

(Niko)  With a pair of Caesars!  

(Alex)  Speaking of Caesars, every day this week a cartoon picture of Julius Caesar will be hidden around the school.  If you can find him and return him to Ms. Petersen in Room 127, you will get a prize. Bonam Fortunam!

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The first Earth Day saw 20 million Americans take to the streets. Protests, demonstrations, fundraisers, nature walks, speeches, concerts, and every sort of civic gathering imaginable took place at colleges, VFW halls, public squares, and parks across the United States on April 22, 1970.


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This is senior spirit week!  Tomorrow’s theme is … Tourist Tuesday!

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Junior class officers: please stop by Mrs. Smith's room 101 immediately after school today for a quick announcement. Thank you!

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Attention Juniors and Seniors:

Want someplace to go after the Prom?  Come to Candy Land! From 11:30 to 2:30 you can enjoy fabulous prizes, exciting games, and food from your favorite places.  Tickets are on sale this week during lunch for $10.00. It’s sure to be a sweet time!

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