Announcements 12-13-19

Last Updated: 12/12/2019 12:35 PM

Good Morning Moon Area Middle School.  Today is Friday, December 13, 2019. We will be having (   ) in the cafeteria today. Weather for partly cloudy with a high of 37.

 

Today is day A or B

 

 

Gettysburg permissions and deposits are due to Mrs. Joyce in room B206 by Friday.  Please pay by check made payable to Metro Tours.  Candy orders for the Gettysburg fundraiser will be in on Tuesday.  Orders may be picked up at the end of the day in room B206.  Please make necessary arrangements ahead of time.

 

(Show Pic ) The tech ed department is once again offering laser engraved gifts for the holidays. Our newest offering laser engraved stainless steel water bottles.  These 24oz Vacuum Insulated bottles keep your drinks warm or cold for hours.  We will continue to offer our popular Tiger Trays as well.  Tiger trays are 9x13 glass baking dishes with snap on lids.  Both items can be personalized with your choice of letters and numbers.  Bottles are $20 and Tiger Trays are $25.   Stop by the main office, the TV studio, or go to tinyurl.com/tigertrays2 to pick up an order form.  Products will be offered on a first come- first served basis.  See Mr. Finn or Mr. Hilpert with any questions. 

 

Anyone staying for Mathcounts afterschool needs to have a ride home.  There are no late busses this week or next week.

 

Attention all 5th thru 8th grade boys interested in playing lacrosse in the spring. Coach Mckee is holding pre-season workouts starting in January. Get signed up on the moon lacrosse website to join him at www.moonarealax.com

 

Middle School Softball sign ups for 7-8 grade players is in the office. Any interested players should sign up today

 

 

Sports Report:

 

The boys 7th & 8th grade basketball teams picked up two road victories yesterday at Hopewell. The 7th graders cruised to a 62-34 win, while the 8th graders downed the Vikings by a score of 37-19. Both teams hope to continue their success tonight & tomorrow as they head to Seneca Valley’s holiday tournament.

 

Pens hosted the Blue Jackets last night at PPG paints arena.  Evgeni Malkin was scheduled to play but had to go home due to illness so there was not much offense to go around.  The teams skated to a a 0-0 tie at the end of regulation. Bryan Rust picked up the game winner  3 minutes into the overtime period.  Tristan Jarry picked up his 3rd shutout in 4 games in net.  Up next is a matchup on Saturday night against the LA Kings at home.  Puck drop is scheduled for 7:00.  Lets go Pens.  

 

Last night in Thursday night football action, Lamar Jackson threw for 5 touchdowns as the Ravens beat the Jets 42-21.  The Ravens clinched the AFC North for the second year in a row with the win.

 

Now to this day in history….

 

On this day in history:

Now to this day in history….

On this day in 2000, Vice President Al Gore reluctantly concedes defeat to Texas Governor George W. Bush in his bid for the presidency, following weeks of legal battles over the recounting of votes in Florida. Gore had won the national popular vote by more than 500,000 votes, but narrowly lost Florida, giving the Electoral College to Bush 271 to 266. Bush and his running mate, Dick Cheney, took office on January 20, 2001. Gore however, had the last laugh as he went on to invent the internet.

 

Early Dismissals:              

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Quote of the Day: From Al Gore………… If we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure.

 

Have a Great Day Tigers and Remember…..Be Safe… Be Kind… and Own Your Actions.