For additional information on tick-borne disease in Kentucky, go to https://ky-dph.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html…
Wednesday Feb. 13th: Cancer is Wack - Wear Wacky Clothes
Thursday Feb. 14th: Everybody Matters Day! - Wear Red to Support Survivors and Victims of Cancer
Friday Feb. 15th: White Out Cancer - Wear White (Lung Cancer Color); Pep Rally; School dance
Baseball Tryouts 2019
Monday Feb 11th from 6-8pm @FCHS Batting Cages
Wednesday Feb 13th from 6-8pm @FCHS Batting Cages
Roster will be posted at EMS Friday morning.
Monday 2/11 4 pm start
Tuesday 2/12 4 pm start
Wednesday 2/13 5 pm start
Track tryouts will start Feb. 11th and end on the 15th. If the weather is above 40 degrees we will be on the track after school. If not then practice will be in the gym at our scheduled time. All runners need to make sure they bring a copy of their physical and participation form.
10-noon on Saturday, Feb 16 @ FC field house.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) is inviting school-age children across the Commonwealth to create and submit original artwork for a chance to win cash prizes in a tick-borne disease prevention poster contest sponsored by the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
-Submissions must be from a Kentucky resident enrolled in Kindergarten through 8thgrade.
-Posters must include at least one of the following prevention methods:
-Be aware of ticks when in or near wooded and brushy areas
-Check yourself for ticks at least once a day
-Remove ticks as soon as possible
-Use an EPA-approved repellent (DEET, permethrin, picardin or lemon eucalyptus)
-Posters can be no larger than 8 ½” x 11”
-Submissions for the poster can include any of the following: crayon, marker, watercolor, tempera, acrylic, collage or original photograph
-Poster must be postmarked by March 15, 2019
-Entry form must be completed (taped or glued to the back of the poster if mailed) or included in the email if scanned.
For more information and submission form (also attached), go to https://chfs.ky.gov/agenci…/…/dehp/idb/Pages/tick-borne.aspx and click on “2019 Tick-borne Disease Prevention Poster Contest Entry Form” or contact Tori Amburgey, Poster Contest Coordinator, at (502) 564-4478, Ext. 4270 orTori.Amburgey@ky.gov.