Wednesday, March 8
Breakfast: Breakfast On a Stick
Lunch: Salsbury Steak & Mashed Potatoes
END OF 3RD QUARTER
No school on Thursday, Friday and Monday for Spring Break! Enjoy your time away from school!
Don’t forget to take your Dr. Seuss picture from the wall today. Thank you!
There is an assembly called Value Up, Raising the Value of Human Life TODAY. The times are:
9:00-10:00 7-12 grades (GO TO GYM DIRECTLY FROM 1ST PERIOD)
10:05-10:20 PK-3 grades
10:25-10:55 4-6 grades
Fast Fact: FALL back, SPRING forward. Daylight Savings Time is this Sunday, March 12 so don't forget to change your clocks. It is also a great time to change the batteries in your smoke alarms in your home!!
Daylight Saving Time has been widely accepted across the country, but it’s still not mandated by federal law. United States residents resistant to springing forward and falling back each year might consider moving to Arizona. The state isn’t exactly desperate for extra sunlight, so every spring they skip the time jump. This leaves the Navajo Nation, which does observe the change, in a peculiar situation. The reservation is fully located within Arizona, and the smaller Hopi reservation is fully located within the Navajo Nation. The Hopi ignores daylight savings time like the rest of Arizona, making the Navajo Nation a Daylight Saving donut of sorts suspended one hour in the future for half the year.
Thought for the Day: "Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory." Dr. Seuss
Moments are always coming and going, so it’s sometimes hard to tell how important a moment is until it has past. They say hindsight is 20/20 and that’s because as you go through life it becomes clear which moments shape your life and which ones don’t. Some big moments are easy to see the value, while others might not seem important at the time, but later you’ll find out that’s when everything changed.
MAKE TODAY YOUR MASTERPIECE!