Frank H. Harrison Middle School Bulletin for Thursday, January 18, 2018
The Circus is coming!!!! On Friday, 1/26 at 6pm, your PTO is bringing Circus Maine back to Yarmouth! This year, Circus Maine will be presenting their Winter Solstice performance. A true celebration of celebrations. This is a fastpaced and electrifying cabaret celebrating the evolution of circus arts through the ages. If you thought last years performance was magical, you will be blown away with what Circus Maine is bringing to town! Tickets are $12/pp and are on sale starting 1/4 for Yarmouth families only! Starting on 1/15, this event will be open to the public. Tickets sold out quickly last year, so don't delay and purchase your tickets in advance at https://circusmaineyarmouthpto.brownpapertickets.com If you are interested in volunteering please visit http://signup.com/go/kBPfLkK. We need many sets of hands to make this event happen!! Event volunteers will receive free admission to the show. For more information on this event please visit our website at >http://www.yarmouthpto.org. We look forward to seeing you at YHS on Friday, 1/26 for this spectacular evening filled with family fun and entertainment!
Birding Club HMS is starting a BIRDING CLUB! Are you intrigued with birds? Do you enjoy watching the birds outside the library window? Want to spend time with guest (expert) birders as we learn to identify and gather information about our feathered friends? Interested in taking photographs or videos of our local birds? If you answered YES to any of the above, we invite you to join us for our FIRST meeting on Thursday, January 25th, from 2:45-3:45 in the HMS Library! Please sign up in the library if you plan to attend. (If you cannot make the first meeting, it's okay. We will have a sign-up sheet ahead of each meeting.) All are welcome to attend, from beginning birders to advanced! See Ms. Stuhr if you have questions.
Wash your hands!!! "Cold and flu season is upon us so this is a good time to emphasize with our students the importance of respiratory hygiene. The single most important thing we can all do is wash our hands frequently. This can not be overemphasized! Also coughing and sneezing into our elbows is helpful to prevent the spread of germs. When you blow your nose, dispose of the tissue and wash your hands with soap and water. These simple steps will keep us healthy throughout the season of increased respiratory illness."
Happy Birthday to Zach Kelly!