TRIVA ANSWER Mardi Gras" actually means: "Fat Tuesday” Mardi Gras" is French for "Fat Tuesday," the day before Ash Wednesday. As the last day before the fasting season of Lent, it is the last time to feast and be merry.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUMONDAY, MARCH 7 BREAKFAST ($1.25): Flap Stick w/syrup/fruit juice/milk LUNCH TRAY( $2.25): Chicken Sandwich/French Fries/Fruit/Milk LUNCH BAR($2.50): SALAD LUNCH BASKET ($2.50): CHICKEN SANDWICH W/LETTUCE,TOMATO AND CHIPS FREE AND REDUCED STUDENTS MAY EAT FROM ANY LINE.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUTUESDAY, MARCH 8 BREAKFAST ($1.25): Breakfast Pizza/Fruit Juice/Milk LUNCH TRAY( $2.25): Pigs in a Blanket/Baked Beans/Fruit/KrispyTreat/Milk LUNCH BAR($2.50): SALAD LUNCH BASKET ($2.50): CHICKEN NUGGETS/OKRA/ROLL FREE AND REDUCED STUDENTS MAY EAT FROM ANY LINE.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUWEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 BREAKFAST ($1.25): Egg and Cheese Biscuit/Fruit Juice/Milk LUNCH TRAY( $2.25): Enchiladas/Buttered Corn/Frozen Fruit Bar/Hot Roll/Milk LUNCH BAR($2.50): Salad LUNCH BASKET ($2.50): Pizza and Salad FREE AND REDUCED STUDENTS MAY EAT FROM ANY LINE.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUTHURSDAY, MARCH 10 BREAKFAST ($1.25): Dutch Waffle w/syrup/Juice/Milk LUNCH TRAY( $2.25): Chicken Strips/Mashed Potatoes & Gravy/Fruit/Hot Roll/Milk LUNCH BAR($2.50): SALAD LUNCH BASKET ($2.50): Hot Dog and Tater Tots (every other week it will be corn dog and tater tots) FREE AND REDUCED STUDENTS MAY EAT FROM ANY LINE.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUFRIDAY, MARCH 11 BREAKFAST ($1.25): BISCUIT & GRAVY/FRUIT JUICE/MILK LUNCH TRAY( $2.25): Beefy Macaroni/Garden Salad/Chilled Peaches/Bread Stick/Milk LUNCH BAR($2.50): SALAD LUNCH BASKET ($2.50): Chicken Strips and Fries FREE AND REDUCED STUDENTS MAY EAT FROM ANY LINE.
TRIVIA New Orleans and Mardi Gras are often associated with this type of music: jazz French folk songs opera
TRIVIA ANSWER New Orleans and Mardi Gras are often associated with this type of music: jazz Around 1900 in New Orleans there was increasing interaction between poor black musicians, whose drum playing was influenced by African musical styles, and mixed-race Creoles, who were trained in European classical music. The fusion of the various traditions created jazz, which soon spread up the Mississippi River to Memphis and Chicago, and across the country to Harlem, New York. Today many marching bands play New Orleans jazz, or Dixieland, when they march through the city during Mardi Gras.
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY 1782 A peaceful settlement of Delaware Indians were massacred by militia at Gnadenhutten in Ohio. 1917 Russia's February Revolution, which eventually led to the overthrow the csarist government, began. 1945 Phyllis Mae Daley, the first African-American nurse to serve in World War II, received her U.S. Navy commission. 1948 The Supreme Court ruled that religious instruction in public schools violated the Constitution.
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY 1950 The Soviet Union claimed to be in possession of the atomic bomb. 1965 First U.S. combat troops arrived in Vietnam. 1983 President Reagan called the USSR an "Evil Empire." 1999 Baseball Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio died.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Library Open Checkout Times Tuesday: 2:30-3:00 Wednesday: 2:30-3:00 Friday: 2:30-3:00
ANNOUNCEMENTS Band Students will have Library Open Checkout on the following days: Tuesday: 12:15 – 12:30 (Gregory/Kareus/Fretheim) Wednesday: 12:15 – 12:30 (Warnock/Riggs/Ball) Friday: 12:15 – 12:30 (Goodpaster/Marion/Kneeland/Perkins)
ANNOUNCEMENTS Don’t forget to check LOST AND FOUND for coats, lunch boxes, backpacks, etc. LOST AND FOUND is located in the office.
ANNOUNCEMENTS If you have a Facebook account, you can add Northridge by searching for Northridge Middle School and selecting the page with the Highlander on it and clicking on it. This will be a great way to keep up with news and announcements!
ANNOUNCEMENTS Anyone having 3 on 3 tournament entry forms with them, please bring to the office – orders for tournament t-shirts will be made this morning!
ANNOUNCEMENTS MARCH 7 – 11 NATIONAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST WEEK BE A “BREAKFAST DETECTIVE” …..
ANNOUNCEMENTS LITTLE MISS VAN BUREN PAGEANT 2011 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2011 @ 2:00 DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS MONDAY, MARCH 14 PICK UP REGISTRATION/INFORMATION PACKETS IN LIBRARY AND OFFICE
ANNOUNCEMENTS MARCH 7 -9 WELCOME JR. HIGH COUNSELORS
ANNOUNCEMENTS MARCH 10 5TH GRADE SPRING PICTURES
ANNOUNCEMENTS MARCH 11 6TH GRADE SPRING PICTURES
ANNOUNCEMENTS MARCH 14 – MARCH 18 BRING YOUR FAMILY TO SCHOOL WEEK MARCH 14: HOT CHOCOLATE MARCH 15: 5TH GRADE BREAKFAST FAMILY GAME NIGHT 6 – 7:30 MARCH 16: 6TH GRADE BREAKFAST MARCH 18: EAT LUNCH WITH STUDENTS
WHAT DOES IT MEAN? procrastinate Which of these students had a tendency to procrastinate: Evelyn, who was first in her class. Fred, who always did his homework at the last minute. Margaret, who was allergic to chalk.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN ANSWER pro•cras•ti•natev.,-nat•ed, -nat•ing.—v.i.to defer action; delay: to procrastinate until an opportunity is lost.—v.t.to put off till another day or time; defer; delay.
WEATHER HEADLINES An EF2 tornado slammed the southwestern Louisiana town of Rayne on Saturday, March 5, killing a woman and injuring 12 other people. More than 100 homes were damaged, many of them destroyed and about 1,500 people were evacuated because of natural gas leaks. Debris was littered throughout Rayne, a town of about 8,500 people, after a line of violent thunderstorms moved through the area and left behind a swath of damage about 300 yards wide by 5 miles long. Pieces of homes were strewn about the tops of trees, and power lines were down.
TRIVIA King Cakes are a popular Mardi Gras tradition. Inside the cake is hidden a: plastic baby silver dollar treasure-hunt map
TRIVIA ANSWER King Cakes are a popular Mardi Gras tradition. Inside the cake is hidden a: plastic baby King Cakes are large, round cinnamon rolls covered with white icing and sprinkled with the Mardi Gras colors. A plastic baby the size of an almond is hidden inside. Whoever finds the baby is the next king or queen and must host the next King Cake party.
BOOK OF THE WEEKDiary of a Wimpy Kid Jeff Kinney Greg Heffley has always been in a hurry to grow up. But is getting older really all it’s cracked up to be?
Greg suddenly finds himself dealing with the pressures of boy-girl parties, increased responsibilities, and even the awkward changes that come with getting older—all without his best friend, Rowley, at his side. Can Greg make it through on his own? Or will he have to face the “ugly truth”? CHECK IT OUT IN THE NORTHRIDGE MEDIA CENTER!!!
MATH: PROBLEM OF THE WEEK Casey took a piece of paper and wrote all the numbers from 300 to 400 on it. How many times did she write the digit 3? GOOD LUCK!!!!
MATH ANSWER TURN YOUR ANSWER INTO THE OFFICE. Don’t forget… Your name HR Teacher name Show/Explain ALL of your work Submit entry by Friday @ 12 p.m. GOOD LUCK ☺
FUN SCIENCE FACTS DID YOU KNOW?????????? It takes approximately 12 hours for food to entirely digest.
ANALOGY OF THE WEEK HESITANT : UNCERTAIN :: _____ : spin positive twirl dance
ANALOGY OF THE WEEK ANSWER TWIRL The best answer is twirl. The relationship between the first pair of words, hesitant and uncertain, is that of synonyms—words that have similar meanings. Therefore, the second pair of words must also be synonyms. Twirl is a synonym for spin.
FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS Leland Stanford1824–1893, American Railroad Builder. Oliver Wendell Holmes1841–1935, American Jurist. Bobby Fischer 1943–2008, American chess player Liza Minnelli 1946 - ; ActressJames Taylor 1948 - ; MusicianShannon Miller 1977 - ;Gymnast
MARCH BIRTHDAYS!HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! Julie Bynum(1st) Kathleen Covington(30th)