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Today is Friday, April 23, 2021. We will be on the D schedule.
Today’s weather is going to be Just Peachy with clear skies and a high of around 55 degrees. Enjoy the sunshine.
Today is National Cherry Cheesecake Day, Lost Dogs Awareness Day, Picnic Day, Talk Like Shakespeare Day and Take a Chance Day.
Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors - if you're interested in taking the ACT, SAT or PSAT next school year, please email or see Mrs. Potter.
Any student 8 to 12 years old who is interested in attending virtual AHSSUM Camp, please see Mrs. Potter.
There is an American Red Cross Babysitting Course from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on May 15 at the Andover Firehall. Must be 10 years old to sign up. There will be social distancing and you must wear a mask. You will need to bring lunch. Contact Kim Fanton to register.
Practice times for today will be:
3:15 - Tennis
4:15-5:30 - Modified Baseball and Softball
5:30-7:00 - Varsity Baseball and Softball
Today for lunch will be: Pepperoni Pizza, Carrot Sticks, Assorted Fruit and Milk
Happy Birthday to: Christopher Walker
Happy Weekend Birthday to: Rees Baker and Mrs. Kelly Clemons
On this day in history in 1597, William Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor" is first performed, with Queen Elizabeth I of England in attendance.
Here is an idea for your daily journal - Write a list of 10 things you are thankful for.
Random facts of the day - Before 1913 parents could mail their kids to Grandma’s – through the postal service.
Cans of diet soda will float in water but regular soda cans will sink.
Joke of the day - What kind of tree fits in your hand? A palm tree.
And now we leave you with the thought of the day - The secret of success is to do the common things uncommonly well. – John D. Rockefeller