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Flathead High School Bulletin for Monday, November 6, 2017

Lunch Choices Beef Broccoli over rice, Grilled Ham and Cheese, or Breaded Chicken patty & veggie Side Salad, Chicken Quesadilla or Crunch Hawaiian, Chicken Wrap, Caesar Salad with Chicken

Early Out Block Schedule There will be no Block Schedule on Tuesday Nov 7 and Wednesday Nov 8. We will follow the Early Out schedule on Wednesday Nov 8 due to Parent Teacher Conferences on Wednesday. Parent Teacher Conferences times are 1:30-3:45pm and 4-7PM.

BPA Students there will be a meeting Tuesday Nov. 7th at your lunch on the 2nd floor of the library. Food will be provided. Please be there.

Boys Basketball - There will be a mandatory informational meeting for all boys interested in trying out to play basketball on Tuesday Nov 7th at 3:20 in Coach Gustafson's room, H201. Requirements and expectations for trying out will be covered. The meeting should take about 15 minutes. If you can not make the meeting, you need to contact Coach Gustafson prior to Nov 7th.

Girls Basketball Players: There will be a mandatory tryout information meeting on Thursday, November 9th, at 3:20 in Coach Dean's classroom (Rm H-101). The meeting will last about 10 minutes with open gym to follow. Any questions? See Coach Dean.

National Honor Society members, we will have a meeting on Wednesday in the SSRC during your lunch. Many of you have not made the first two meetings, you need to attend to keep your status in the society.

Softball meeting There will be a softball meeting Tuesday during lunch in the conference room.

?Early Grad Seniors, if you have a one semester schedule this year, and are on track to graduate early, please stop by the Counseling Office and pick up an Early Graduation Form. This needs to be filled out and signed by you and a parent/guardian. Questions? See Mrs. Cattelino or Mrs. Wolfe. This form is due by the end of November.?

Bi-annual Cross Town Guitar Show The bi-annual Cross Town Guitar Show will be Tuesday, November 7 at the Flathead High School Auditorium at 7:00. There is no admission charge. The evening will feature teenage guitar students performing selections that reflect their interests and current youth culture. Following the student performances, there will be a special appearance by Rhaannon, a distinguished alumnus from School District #5 guitar program. Rheannon attended guitar classes from 2004-2006 when she graduated from Flathead High School. This is a family friendly event.

College Application Day Tuesday all seniors should be taking advantage of the Career Center and College Application Day, applying to colleges for the Montana free or deferred application opportunity this week! Come down--work on your college applications and that process, get 1 on 1 assistance by the counselors and get your questions answered about college! That's all happening TUESDAY, Nov. 7th!

College Day College Day in part of "College Application Day" is TUESDAY! Another fun day to dress-up, but this time dress up in your favorite College or College Sports attire! Yes, teachers will be joining in this event and wearing their College Alum Colors and Attire too, telling you a snipit (of important facts about their college years!)

Navigate YOUR road to College or LIFE beyond High School Seminar Navigate YOUR road to COLLEGE or LIFE beyond High School seminars will be offered in the Career Center during both lunches on Monday. General College & Life information will be given and then a time for Q & A's. If you're not sure where to start or what to do when you leave the walls of Flathead High School, this would be a good bit of information to digest during your lunch time! (bring your lunch with you)

Parking Permits are required for all FHS Parking Lots. Please bring your vehicle registration to the main office to obtain your parking permit. Permits are nontransferable (singular vehicle use only).Students are not allowed to park in front of the main office. Temporary Permits are available in the main office for when you are driving a replacement car for a short period of time. Street Parking permits are available from the city of Kalispell.

Pledge of Allegiance I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands one nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for All.

Winter Parking Lot Guidelines If you are parking in any of the school parking lots, particularly on the south side of the building in the large lot?,? you will be ticketed if you are parking in the hash mark areas. These areas are important to keep clear if we have an emergency or large vehicles need to enter the parking lots. How do you know where the hash marks are? The hash marks are the area outside of the light poles on the end of each row of stalls. All vehicles are to be parked INSIDE of the light poles including when the lot is snow covered. Also, there is no parking on any of the snow piles that occur from plowing of the parking lots. Trucks parking around the perimeter of the large south lot - it is REQUIRED that you pull straight into the stall, no backing in until spring time please. The sidewalks have to be plowed on any given day and it is not possible when the back of trucks hang over the sidewalks. If you are backed in to the parking stall, you will be ticketed and repeat offenses may get you banned from the parking lot.

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