Sunday is Constitution Day across the United States. This federal holiday commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. The Constitution created the structure of our government. It is the most important document in our country’s history and one of the most significant documents in world history.
Why do we celebrate Constitution Day today? We celebrate Constitution Day because that historic document, along with its Bill of Rights, created the first government that existed to serve its people. The Constitution was created by the people for the benefit of the people. We celebrate Constitution Day not for the history behind it but for the role it serves in the lives of all Americans. The protections the Constitution upholds are just as important now as they were in 1787. Happy Constitution Day!
School Yearbooks are on sale now. The discounted price ends on Sept 30th so get yours today. Look for posters around the cafeteria or by room 670 for how to order.
Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA) is looking for new members interested in learning more about the teaching profession and leadership. See Ms. Carroll in portable 4 or Ms. Kalfa in room 370 for paperwork if you’re interested in joining. You can also get information from the front office. Regular meeting days are the 1st Thursday of each month. The First meeting is set for September 21st. You must have signed paperwork to attend. DO NOT DELAY – JOIN TODAY.