Wednesday, May 31

posted May 30, 2017, 12:30 PM by fms announcements

If you haven't gotten your 2017 Forestview yearbook, they are still available for $40. Stop by the main office, or see Mrs. Lund in Team 8B. Hurry! Time is running out!

 

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The library is giving away hundreds and hundreds of books for FREE! All of the books are in the lower level of the library. Stop by before school this week and see if there are any books you’d like to have.

 

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The Equestrian Club will meet after school tomorrowt in the south gravel parking lot by the Tennis courts. Chase Larson will have his miniature baby foals here!

 

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Students - Last Call - please check the lost and found tables for any items you may be missing.

 

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The Forestview Future Problem Solvers team leaves for the international competition in just two week! If you would like to make a donation to support their journey to compete against FPS teams from all over the United States and world, please do so at: https://www.gofundme.com/forestview-future-problem-solvers

 

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350 library books are still checked out! Please find those books and return them to the library. Thanks for getting books back!

 

COMMUNITY ED:

 

Eighth Grade: For many of you who are busy with after school activities throughout the school year, summer may be the best time to take Driver Education. All students who are 15, or will be 15 in the next 9 months will be allowed to register for drivers education this summer through Community Education. Classes are held at the South Campus at least 6 times during the summer. Register on line at isd181.org under Community education- registration. If you have questions or can't register online call Community Ed at 464-6924.

 

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PIck up a Outdoor Education Camp flyer in the main office. The camp is being offered this summer by the Northland Arboretum for students ages 8-15.


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