For Tuesday, February 21st      



High School Yearbooks are on sale now for $50 until Feb. 24th!  After that date the price will go up!  See Ms. Thacker to order one.

Spring sports pictures will be on March 10.  Times are :

3:30 G Track at practice field

3:50 B Track at practice field

4:10 softball: at softball field

4:40 baseball: at South Park

There will be a bass fishing meeting with coach Williamson on Tuesday, Feb. 21st at lunch for anyone that is interested. If you are wanting to be certified for lifeguarding or need re-certification to be a lifeguard, please call the City of Farmer City office for more information at 928-3412.


Congrats to the varsity scholastic bowl team for placing 4th in a tough Masonic Sectional this past Saturday at Dwight.  The Knights went 4-1 in pool play defeating Indian Creek, Tri-Point, Gardner South Wilmington then losing a close match to Elgin Academy but rebounded to defeat Newark.  In the afternoon the knights lost to eventual champions Cornerstone Christian Academy and by only 30 pts to Fisher to round out the day.  Leading the (31-14) varsity scholastic bowl team in toss-ups was AJ Johnson with 27 followed by Alexis Wike with 13, Addison Warsaw with 6 and Savannah Coffin and Brodie Soliday with 2 each.  Go knights! 

This Friday, back by popular demand this year, is Tractor Day where students can drive a tractor to school. Any student wanting to drive a tractor to school needs to pick up a permission form from Ms. Meisner and have them turned in to Ms. Meisner no later than 8:15 am on Thursday, February 23rd. Late permission forms will NOT be allowed. There is a $10 entry fee for Students not currently in an Ag Class that must be paid when turning in the permission slip. Students must be 16 to drive their tractors to school or be accompanied by an adult. See Ms. Meisner in the Ag Room for any questions. 


This week is National FFA Week where we celebrate and educate about the National FFA Organization. There will be Trivia each morning during announcements and different activities and dress-up days throughout the week for ALL high schoolers to participate in.

Today is Anything But a Backpack day along with the Pep Assembly. All non-backpacks must be able to easily get up and down the stairs, must not cause distractions in class, and be school appropriate.  

 Those planning on bringing items into Anything But A Backpack Day - Remember that you are setting the precedence of if we can do this again in the future. Be smart with what you are bringing and remember it cannot be a distraction, cannot be in the way in classrooms, and needs be easily handled so you are not late to class.    Anyone wanting to participate in the pep assembly needs to see an FFA Officer to sign up. Tuesday is also our FFA Lunch- All FFA members need to be signed up in the Ag Room by Thursday the 16th. 

Wednesday is Country vs Country Club day with the FFA Officers going to the Jr High for 8th-grade workshops.

Thursday: Dress up is College and Career with the College and Career Fair going on in the Gym from 9 am-1 pm. There is a wide range of Colleges and Careers and all are welcome to attend. New this year, in order to come to the FFA Barnyard on Friday students coming not part of a class will need a pass that they can only receive from attending the College and Career Fair. 

Friday Blue and Gold Day and the FFA Barnyard. Teachers will get a chance to bring students to the barnyard as a class, any student wanting to come down during study hall will need to have a pass from attending the College and Career Fair.


Today’s lunch menu is :Italian beef sandwich, roasted squash, French fires,  Fruit, Milk and Juice.