Kalispell Public Schools
Kalispell, Montana

Flathead High School Bulletin for Friday, May 17, 2019

Lunch Choices Cheeseburger Wrap, Grilled Cheese, Pizza Burger & Pasta Salad with Seasonal Veggies, Sausage or Mini Pita Pizza, Pita Hummus Plate Taco Salad with WG Chips, Clam Chowder or Chicken with Wild Rice

2019 Yearbooks HEYYYYOOOO, FLATHEAD STUDENTS! Your 2019 yearbooks will be ready to distribute to ya'll sometime around Memorial Day. The cost is $60. Pay at the front office ASAP prior to picking it up. The 2018 yearbook will be on sale for $50, while the 2017 and 2016 yearbooks will be on sale for $40 apiece. Pay at the front office and save your receipt. Then pick them up in the Commons after Memorial Day weekend before school, after school, and during both lunches. Pay attention to the FHS intercom announcement for when the yearbook staff will begin distribution in the Commons.

Senior Party Crosstown Craze will be on Saturday June 1 from 9PM to 3AM at the Summit. Games and Activities with lots of prizes. Get your tickets at the Main Office. Tickets are $35.

Class Elections: Leadership opportunity for the 2019-20 school year. Now accepting petitions for Class Officers for current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: ? President ? Vice President ? Secretary ? Second place in each of the above categories will become a Representative ? Petitions are in the main office; they are due back by Wednesday, May 22. ? Campaigns will run May 23 th through May 30 th . ? Videos are due to Ms. Phillips Tuesday, May 28, 8:15 AM. Class Elections will be held on May 30 th

Junior Police Academy The Kalispell Police Department will be hosting a Junior Police academy June 21st -25th. The academy is open to anyone between the ages of 15 and 20, and is designed to educate young adults on a career in law enforcement. The Junior Police Academy is free of charge and will expose participants to police emergency vehicle operations, motor vehicle collision investigations, crime scene investigations, arrest and control tactics, health and fitness, firearms, and more. Anyone who is interested in the law enforcement profession is encouraged to see your SRO for further information.

Running Start Those who are planning to take a Running Start class this summer or next fall need to meet with the Running Start advisor as soon as possible. He is only at FHS two more Mondays before the end of school. Sign-up for an appointment in the career center.

Scholarship Invitation Seniors – If you have applied for scholarships promoted through the Career Center and have not received an invitation through the mail for the FHS Scholarship Awards Event on May 22nd , please stop in and see Mr. Kelly. He will review the information he has to make sure there’s no error.

Letters from Mr. Couser's JUNIORS - Last chance to pick up your letters from Mr. Cousers 8th grade class. Come to the Activities Office to get yours.

French Club Members Calling all French Club Members- Our final meeting of the year is Thursday, May 23rd! We will meet right after school in Room 143 to celebrate an awesome year with treats AND an edible monument building competition. Graham crackers, chocolate, toothpicks, marshmallows etc will be provided but please bring any additional decorations you want to set your monument apart! See you there!

Summer Employment All Students – if you are looking for summer employment, check out the Career Center Employment Board in the hallway just outside of the Center. There are several postings for employment opportunities ranging from being a camp counselor, wilderness restoration, photography with a raft company, working with the elderly, renting cars at the airport, completing research in an agricultural center, working at a resort, completing graphic design – all kinds of different summer jobs. And they all pay competitive wages! Some positions are part time and some are full time, and they will be filled fast. Check out the Employment Board and begin making applications. Summer is only weeks away, and Valley employers want you on board!

Lost and Found Students if you have lost items this semester, stop by the main office to look in the lost and found. All unclaimed items will be donated to a local charity on May 24.

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