May 27th 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:
John Guadiana Estey and Tyler Reilly
TODAY MAY 27th IS: NATIONAL GRAPE POPSICLE DAY (this day is for Ms Thomas)
Since summer is just around the corner, May 27th calls for warm weather, sunshine, and National Grape Popsicle Day.
In San Francisco, California, in 1905, 11-yr-old Frank Epperson was outside on his porch, mixing water with a white powdered flavoring to make soda. Upon going inside, he left it there on the porch with the stirring stick still in it. That night the temperature reached a record low and the following morning, Frank discovered the drink had frozen to the stick.
Years later, in 1922, Epperson introduced his treat at a fireman’s ball where it was a huge success. Then in 1923, he made and sold his frozen treat-on-a-stick at an amusement park in Alameda, California. Epperson applied for a patent in 1924 for his frozen confectionery, which he called “Epsicle” ice pop. He then renamed it “Popsicle“.
Popsicles are one of summertime’s favorite treats for kids of all ages. National Grape Popsicle Day honors one of the most popular flavors!