Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go, for to you I lift up my soul. – Psalm 143:8
Lunch Today – Teriyaki Chicken
Supper – Enchilada Casserole
Lunch Tomorrow – Lasagna
~Watch today’s Chapel Address
Weekly Winter Workout: March is here, spring is just around the corner. Join us for a fun workout! Today in AC121 at 4:00. Bring a towel if you can.
Girls Basketball Open Gyms: This week from 3:00-4:00 pm.
Dear ILHS parents,
After helping serve food for many years and then coordinating the After Banquet party for a few years, I am no longer volunteering to coordinate the party. If you, or a few of you, are interested in taking over the organizing/planning/
Thanks, Kristi Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It’s March—Happy New Year, ancient Romans!
Welcome to the third month of the year—or, if you were born before 150 B.C., the first! According to the oldest Roman calendars, one year was ten months long, beginning in March and ending in December. It may sound crazy, but you can still see traces of this old system in our modern calendar: because December was the tenth month, it was named for the number ten in Latin (decem), just like September was named for seven (septem). So, what about January and February? They were just two nameless months called “winter,” proving that winter is literally so awful it doesn’t even deserve a spot on the calendar. ? -www.rd.com