Good morning. Here are your morning announcements for Monday, November 25, 2014.
The high school winter sports pictures are this week. The high school girls basketball team will be photographed at 2:15 today. The high school cheerleaders will be photographed tomorrow morning at 9:30 and the high school boys basketball team will be photographed at 10:00.
The office is selling the orange Fisher stadium chairs for $45.00 each. Stop by the office if you are interested. They would make great gifts.
The office has left over volley for the cure pink t-shirts and 2011 playoff t-shirts for sale at the reduced price of $5.00 each. There are some of all sizes left.
Attention All Students: The lost and found is still over flowing with numerous items. We do not have room to store all of these items so pick them up or they will be disposed of.
Anyone with a negative lunch balance needs to get it paid. There will be NO EXTRAS for anyone who owes lunch money.
The Jr. high boys basketball team will play GCMS at home at 5:30 today.
The high school wrestlers will compete at Clifton Central at 5:30 today. The bus will leave at 2:30.
The high school boys basketball team will play PBL in the PBL/Manteno Tournament this evening. The JV team will play at 6:00 and the varsity at 7:30. The bus will leave at 4:40.
Deli turkey sandwiches will be served in the cafeteria today.
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ORANGE OUT FOR MS NIGHT!
Wear orange to the boys basketball game on Friday, December 5th (vs El Paso-Gridley) to support MS awareness! The High School volunteer club is organizing a week long event (12/1 - 12/5) to raise awareness and help find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. We are ending the week at the boys basketball game where we will have a 50/50 drawing and an informational table where you can learn more about MS. Don't forget to wear orange!
The Fisher CUSD #1 FITNESS CENTER is open to all adult residents of the School District.
Users must agree to adhere to the following policies.You may register electronically here.
NEW HOURS (Effective 3/18/2014):
Monday 7:00-9:00 PM
Wednesday 5:30-7:00 AM 7:00-9:00 PM
Friday 5:30-7:00 AM
(Additional hours will be added as more volunteers are trained & available. If you are interested
in helping, please contact the Fisher District office.)
WELCOME TO THE VILLAGE OF FISHER
I think you will find that the Village of Fisher is small enough to provide the personal touches like having local merchants know you by name, but also large enough to provide you with the things you need for life in the 21st Century. Our school system is truly among the finest in Central Illinois with a long list of successful graduates who have made their mark in their chosen professions and in the communities in which they live. We have a variety of recreational opportunities nearby and opportunities for employment here or in neighboring towns. Our proximity to the University of Illinois and Parkland College also makes Fisher an ideal spot for family life.
Here in Fisher you will find a good climate for business and industry. Local business people are always there to provide that extra service that is often missing in larger cities. Our business people have a reputation for working together to help the community as a whole.
Recent development in and near our village has provided new housing and building sites that will meet the needs of most anyone who would like to call Fisher their hometown. For folks desiring a safe and nurturing environment in which to live and raise a family, we have the welcome mat out at all times.
Again welcome to Fisher. We hope the time you spend here will be most rewarding and that you will be as pleased to call Fisher your hometown as we are. For lots more information please visit our website at fisher.il.us.
Milt Kelly, Mayor
"The mission of the Fisher Jr./Sr. High School community is to provide a safe and supportive environment with educational opportunities that inspire students to become responsible and productive citizens.”