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Student Bulletin for Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Student Bulletin for Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Pam Hutchison
Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Happy Birthday!  Bella Thomas!  Payton Atwood!                                    

Tiger Activities Today:

Tennis AND Soccer AND Volleyball at HOME today!  

V Lady Tiger Tennis hosts the Fort Scott Invitational this afternoon!

3 p.m. start

V/JV Tiger Soccer @ Ellis Park vs Pitt!

4:30 p.m. start

V/JV/Fr Tiger Volleyball vs Pitt, Chanute and Labette County! 

5 p.m. start

JV Golf @ Erie!

3 p.m. start

ATTENDANCE MATTERS!  Please remember to check in with your AP teacher BEFORE you attend any meeting(s) or go to another classroom.  When you don’t and your teacher doesn’t know where you are, you are marked UNVERIFIED which can result in detention.

Student Council will be meet today during AP in the Auditorium.  All members are encouraged to attend.  $10.00 dues are due by this Friday!  Please pay Ms. Lewis by then or you will not be a member. 

FCA invites all Tigers to the "See You at the Pole” event at 7 o’clock tomorrow morning at the flagpole located at the front of the high school. DOUGHNUTS will be provided!  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Coach Glades, Mrs. Michaud, or Mrs. Madeline Martin.

The FFA Chapter will be hosting a blood drive courtesy of Community Blood Center of the Ozarks on October 7th from 8:30AM-2:30PM.

Students 16 years or older can donate.  Parental Consent is required of younger students.  See Ms. Cullison for the consent form.

Link to sign up:


Breakfast today:  sausage dog, fresh fruit OR applesauce cup, juice, milk 

Lunch today:  pizza soup, bosco stick, lettuce salad, cucumber salad, applesauce, milk

Breakfast tomorrow:  muffin, flavored yogurt, fresh fruit OR applesauce cup, juice, milk

Lunch tomorrow:  macaroni & cheese, little smokies, sweet peas, baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, pears, wheat roll, milk

Breakfast Thursday:  donut, fresh fruit OR applesauce cup, juice, milk 

Lunch Thursday:  mini corndogs, Doritos, baked beans, green pepper strips, banana, milk



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH:  Visit with the Ottawa University representative who will be in the Commons during both lunch periods!

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH:  Visit with the K-State representative who will be in the Commons during both lunch periods!

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12TH:  Visit with the Labette Community College representative who will be in the Commons during both lunch periods!

FROM MR. SPORE:  Interdisciplinary Artificial Intelligence Initiative by MIT Graduate StudentsHow can Artificial Intelligence (AI) help mitigate the climate crisis, trace the spread of illness, build self-driving cars or identify bias in the criminal justice system?  How exactly does Netflix know what your next favorite TV show is BEFORE you do?!?  At the AI Scholars program, students learn to apply an AI

toolkit to tackle such real-world issues in domains they’re passionate about - no prior programming experience necessary!  Through a project-based curriculum, students work under the guidance of an AI mentor from Stanford or MIT to explore the ethics and applications of AI in healthcare, environment, law, music, astronomy and more!  At the end of the course, students gain a sophisticated understanding of AI, experience applying AI to real-world datasets and a final project to enhance your college portfolio and careers.   Applications for 2021 programs are open!  The deadline to apply is Thursday, September 30th.


Crimson yearbook staff needs to know if you have a preferred name to use in the yearbook. If so, complete this form:

Buy your 2022 Crimson Yearbook for $50 by November 28th before prices increase:

 SENIORS ONLY:  Please fill out this form for your activities to be published next to your senior portrait in the yearbook:

- Senior Portraits are due by November 23rd (or email us the date you will be able to submit).  Please have your photographer email them to Portraits must be vertical with any background but with no props/objects. Email with any questions.


- Senior Tributes in the yearbook can be purchased online at

Just click on "Get Started" at the bottom of the page to order a Senior Ad.


Teen Group

If you like chilling with other teens, making new friends, discussing books, or free food, join the library's teen program. We meet online every Wednesday from 4:30 - 5:15 for conversation, games, art, and more. Sign up here for a month's worth of free goodies and a chance to join an awesome group of teens:\


Library Discord Group

Like gaming, books, or just hanging with other teens online? Your public library invites you to join a Discord group for southeast Kansas teens. Follow this link to sign up: 


Once you join, you'll be able to chat with other teens in moderated channels about Minecraft, Among Us, Fortnite, Roblox, books, movies, and much more. Share memes or game codes, do a virtual gaming meetup, play casual chat games in our chill channels, or hang out in voice chat. Teen librarians from local libraries (including Fort Scott's Miss Valetta) lead weekly programs on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. Upcoming themes include Wits & Wagers, Avatar RPG, and Spooky Stories (virtual campfire tales). 


Mr. Amer is ready and willing to help you if you’d like to enter!