May 26th Daily Bulletin
Time to finish-up those last minute assignments you put off, return you textbooks, and/or Chromebooks and enjoy summer
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:
Kimberlee Littlejohn and Sybil Salke
TODAY MAY 26th IS: NATIONAL PAPER AIRPLANE DAY
On May 26th each year, National Paper Airplane Day commemorates the simple aeronautical toy that’s been around for thousands of years.
Flying paper planes is an inexpensive, healthy, and stimulating form of entertainment. So, put down your smartphones and get outside for some primitive fun – even if for only a few hours one day of the year.
The use of paper airplanes is believed to have originated 2,000 years ago in China. The earliest known date of the creation of modern paper planes was said to have been in 1909.
Did you know?
The largest paper aircraft had a wingspan of 59.74 ft. Students and employees made it in Germany on 28th September 2013.
The distance record (226 feet, 10 inches) was set by Joe Ayoob, with a plane in February 2012.
The record time for the longest-lasting paper airplane flight is 29.2 seconds.
There’s more than one way to fold paper for a test flight. Find tips for designs at www.foldnfly.com