May 22nd Daily Bulletin
“Early Bird” checkout for seniors who are working ahead of schedule and are prepared to return textbooks and borrowed technology. At this time, seniors will also clear all balances and return any other borrowed items, including uniforms.
Important upcoming dates
May 27th – 29th
SENIOR CHECKOUT AND STUDENT TEXTBOOK RETURN
|May 27th||Senior Check-out||9 - 11 am||A-Z||Textbook/materials return|
|May 27th||9-11||12-2 pm||Last Name A-F||Textbook/materials return|
|May 28th||9-11||9 - 11 am||Last Name G-L||Textbook/materials return|
|May 28th||9-11||12-2 pm||Last Name M-R||Textbook/materials return|
|May 29th||9-11||9 - 11 am||Last Name T-Z||Textbook/materials return|
|May 29th||9-12||12 - 2 pm||Any remaining students||Textbook/materials return|
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY THIS WEEKEND TO:
May 23th: Katelyn Francesconi and Cade White
May 24th: Megan Lynch
May 25th: Isiah Akers, Michael Cornelius and Dylan Sauseda
TODAY MAY 22nd IS: NATIONAL SOLITAIRE DAY
On May 22, National Solitaire Day recognizes a card game that has been around for more than 200 years.
Also known as Klondike, the classic version of the game uses a standard deck of 52 playing cards. The object of the game is to clear the board by creating a stack of cards from low to high in each suit. If the player completes each suit, the player wins the game of Solitaire.
It wasn’t until 1990 when Microsoft included Solitaire in Windows 3.0 that the game truly went viral. Microsoft Solitaire successfully helped teach computer users how to use a mouse and, in the process, ended up becoming one of the most played video games in history.
“…For the past 30 years, Microsoft Solitaire has been providing great entertainment to hundreds of millions of players in every corner of the world, and we’re happy to announce that May 22 of each calendar year will officially be designated as National Solitaire Day, recognizing the day Microsoft first included Solitaire in Windows,” says Paul Jensen, Studio Manager for Microsoft Casual Games.
In 2012, Microsoft evolved Solitaire into the Microsoft Solitaire Collection. These changes feature five of the top Solitaire games in one app. Since then, the game has been played by over 242 million people.