Morning Announcements – Thursday, September 21, 2017
- Seating Arrangement at 5/6 Lunch – Yesterday the behavior report from the fifth and sixth grade lunch was not good. Today and tomorrow, grade 6 will sit in the rows closest to the stage. Grade 5 will sit in the Snapple section and the Window section. The volume of your voices needs to be turned down throughout lunch and dismissal to recess will done in a more structured format.
- The next Fundraiser COOP Day is Monday – Our second COOP day for our fundraiser will be this coming Monday.
Also, for online sales, please use the online ID that is on the fall fundraiser form you received last Friday. That code is 4974671
- Activity Night Is Tomorrow – 4-6PM for grade 5 for $3. 6:30-9 for grades 6-8 for $5. Grade 7 is sponsoring the event. Funds will pay for the tent they use for the Medieval Faire in June.
- Music Honors Festival - Band and chorus students in grades 6, 7, and 8 who want to be nominated for the Honors Festival must turn in their forms by Monday, 9/25. Late forms will not be accepted.
- Soccer Team Pictures – Soccer Team pictures for all four teams will take place next Tuesday after school. Pick up for all teams is at 4:30 at Wilson Field on that day. Order forms have been handed out.
- Cross-Country Team Pictures – Cross Country team pictures will take place next Wednesday, Sept. 27, at EEMS during practice. Flyers have been handed out for ordering.
- Good luck to our two varsity soccer teams today in your games at Old Town. Departure is at 1:15. There is a dinner stop on the way home.
- Good luck to our cross-country teams as they head to Bucksport today.
- Varsity Soccer Report - The Falcon boys varsity soccer team played an impressive game yesterday against Brewer. After a slow start in which the Falcons found themselves playing chase, the boys in maroon found their strides. David Baugh opened the scoring assisted by Keegan Omlor. Miles Palmer then raced down the right sideline and rifled a shot, from at least 70 yards away, up and over the Brewer goalie for the 2-0 lead. In the second half, David took a pass from Peter Keblinsky and made the shot count. Michael Palmer scored a goal after the ball played pinball for a few moments. Great defense by Tanner Seura, Luke Perry, Hunter Curtis, Owen Frank, Liam Stephenson, Craig Burnett, and goalie Lucas Fendl. Great game overall.
Up next: The varsity boys travel to Old Town this afternoon with a food stop for dinner after the game.
- JV boys were defeated by Old Town yesterday.